by printed by Joseph Galbraith, and sold at his printing-office in Glasgow .
Written in English
|Contributions||Kenmure, John Gordon, Viscount, 1599 or 1600-1634.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||25|
Get this from a library! The last and heavenly speeches, and glorious departure of John Viscount Kenmuir. The last and heavenly speeches, and glorious departure of John Viscount Kenmuir: To which is added, The happy man and true gentleman. Author: John Gordon Kenmure, Viscount. The last and heavenly speeches, and glorious departure of John Viscount Kenmuir. By. Abstract , 30 ect: stained, print show-through with loss of uction of original in: Universität Göttingen Bibliothek Topics: Kenmure, John Gordon, -- Viscount, or -- Death and burial., Last words -- Scotland -- Early. Get this from a library! The last and heavenly speech and glorious departure of John Viscount Kenmuir.. [John Gordon Kenmure, Viscount].
Samuel Rutherford attended Kenmure on his deathbed and later wrote a tract entitled The last and heavenly Speeches and glorious Departure of John, Viscount Kenmure, printed in Edinburgh in , by Evan Tyler, His Majesty's Printer. It was reprinted in John Gordon married Lady Jane Campbell, sister of Archibald Campbell, 1st Marquess of. Rev Prof Samuel Rutherford (c. – ) Scottish Presbyterian pastor, theologian and author, attended John Gordon 1st Viscount Kenmure on his deathbed and later wrote a tract entitled "The last and heavenly Speeches and glorious Departure of John, Viscount Kenmure", printed in Edinburgh in , by Evan Tyler, His Majesty's Printer. It was reprinted in JOHN , 2 CORINTHIANS , 1 PETER While God doesn’t tell us everything about heaven in Scripture, He gives us enough glimpse into heaven, paradise, and the New Jerusalem to whet our appetite and to create in our hearts comfort during those times of loss. While Scripture makes it clear. Rutherford S (ed. Murray T.): The Last and Heavenly Speeches and Glorious Departure of John Gordon, Viscount Kenmuir (London and Edinburgh, ) S Sankey M: Jacobite Prisoners of the Rebellion: Preventing and Punishing Insurrection in Early Hanoverian Britain (Aldershot, ).
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