... for why should I be as one that turneth aside by the flocks of thy companions?—Canticles 1.7.
Reprinted from the Original Editions, with Explanatory and
The Preface to the Reader
An Encomium on the Martyrs
Mr. Donald Cargill, Hist Last Speech & Testimony, Four Letters.
Mr. Walter Smith, His Testimony and Last Words.
Mr. James Skene, His Interrogations, Letter to Professors in the shire of Aberdeen, Letters to his Friend N., and his Testimony.
Isabel Alison, Her Last Speech & Testimony, Interrogations, etc.
Marion Harvie, Her Last Speech & Testimony, Answers, etc.
David Farrie, His Last Testimony, 1681.
Mr. James Renwick, His Testimony, A Letter to his Christian Friends, His Last Words upon the Scaffold.
The Appendix -
A Relation concerning Mr. Richard Cameron.
The Bond of Mutual Defence found at Airsmoss.
Mr. Donald Cargill, A Relation of some Remarkable Passages in his Life.