... for why should I be as one that turneth aside by the flocks of thy companions?—Canticles 1.7.
A Most Wholesome Counsel... touching the Daily Exercise of God's Most Holy and Sacred Word, by John Knox.
A Pastoral Letter to the Old Dissenters concerning Family & Social Duties, by The Reformed Presbytery of Scotland, 1808.
A Letter to Janet Fimerton with some edifying answers to her question about Assurance, by Walter Smith.
The Poor Man's Cup of Cold Water Ministered to the Saints & Sufferers for Christ in Scotland, by Robert McWard.
A Letter from John Bugenhagen of Pomerania (Pomeranus) to the Protestants of England, 1536.
Desertions, Their Use. Prayers of Reprobates, and How the Gospel Affects their Responsibility (Saving Faith a Duty of Reprobates.) By Samuel Rutherford.
A Letter Addressed to The Rev. Messrs. John Belfrage, &c. &c. concerning Civil Government and Political Dissent by John McMillan, Junior.
A Letter from the Synod of Zeeland to the Commissioners of the General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland concerning the Reformation of England & Ireland, 1643.07.18.
Historical & Apologetical
Two Letters Concerning Mr. Patrick Walker, and his Many Lies Spoken since his Apostacy from the Reformation, by William Wilson and Andrew Harley.
A Letter to the Author of Vindiciæ Magistratus vindicating John McMillan Senior & The Reformed Presbytery, by John McMillan Junior.
A Letter from Andrew Gray to Lord Warriston when he was on his death-bed.
A Collection of missive Letters written by Sir Robert Hamilton.
A Letter from a Father to his Children, by Robert Traill, Sr. 1665.