Four new songs, and a prophecy. I. A song for joy of our ancient race of Stewarts. II. The battle of Preston, that was fought by his Royal Highness Prince Charles, the 21st of September 1745. III. On an honourable atcheivement of Sir William Wallace, near Falkirk. IV. A song, call'd, The rebellious crew. V. A prophecy by Mr. Beakenhead.
An essay towards ascertaining the sense of the much-controverted passage, in St. Peter's second epistle, from the 16th verse to the end of the first chapter, by a critical discussion of the whole; In a letter to a Man of Quality: In the Course of which the Lord Bishop of London's Comparison of the more sure Word of Prophecy, &c. is defended, against the Objections made to it by Reverend Messieurs Ashton and Cooke, Fellows of Eton College; and their several Solutions are examin'd: with An appendix, relating to the Difference between Moses and other Prophets in the xiith Chapter of the Book of Numbers; the Gradus Mosaicus of the Jews; and the Prophecy concerning another Prophet, in the xviiith Chapter of Deuteronomy. By a late fellow-commoner of St. John's College, Cambridge.
- Late Fellow-Commoner of St. John's College, Cambridge.
- M.DCC.LI.