The life of Edward Irving, minister of the
National Scotch church, London.
Oliphant, Mrs. (Margaret), 1828-1897.
"Whether I live, I live unto the Lord; and whether I
die, I die unto the Lord: living or dying, I am the Lord's." Amen.
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Case of Miss Fancourt, as described by herself in a Letter to a Friend.
Extracts from Mr. Baxter's "Narrative of Facts" in respect to the
so-called miraculous gifts.
Speeches of Irving before the Presbytery of London, March, 1832.