The survey, of the friendly conference: Or The discourse between the counirie man and his nephew: breiflie examined, wherein, the countrie-man assertions, and ... are confirmed the vindicat, the ... lyes, slanders, willful misrepresenasions [sic], and inconsequentiall reasoniugs [sic] are detected, his pretended reconcilation of the countrie-mans, ... fold difference betwixt Mr. Renvick with rhe [sic] worthies who went before, and Mr. M'millan is refused, and rejected; and the lamenose of his answers to the countrie-mans quires clearly discovered, &c. In a letter from the countrie-man's his surveyer.
An authentic account of the important battle of the Nile, fought on the 1st and 2d of August, 1798. Between the British fleet, commanded by Rear Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson, K. [B]. and the French fleet, commanded by Vice-Admiral Brueys, in Bequires Bay, on the coast of Egypt. This account was sent by a young man who was on board the majestic of 74 guns, to his mother in whitehaven with the particulars of the cruzie, presious to their fa[ll]ing in with the enemy.
- Young Man.
Edinburgh's true almanack, or, A new prognostication for the year of our Lord, 1698 : Being the second after bissextile or leap year; and from the creation of the world, 5647. Exactly calculated for the good of the whole kingdom of ancient Scotland, but more especially for the city of Edinburgh, the metropolitan of the Kingdom. Whose latitude is 55d. 54m.¹/₂ Longitude is 11d. 37m. from Pico Tenereff. / By John Man, Philomat.
- Man, John.
A defence of the lay-man's Vindication, &c. Containing, I. A full answer to what is offer'd against it in a late pamphlet, entituled, A defence of the vindication of Presbyterian ordination, &c. II. An Answer to what Mr. Shaw offers against it in his Appendix, as far as the Divine Right of Episcopacy or Validity of Presbyterian Ordination are concerned. III. A Proof of the Invalidity of Presbyterian Ordination; which may serve for an Answer to all they have offer'd on that Head. And, Lastly, Some Reflexions on the whole Controversy, with an Application to those Gentlemen, Mr. Tong, Mr. Robinson, Dr. Oldfield, and the Reader. By a lay-man.
- MDCCXVI.