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The impostors detected: or, the life of a Portuguese. In which the artifices and intrigues of Romish priests are humorously displayed. The whole Interspersed with several curious and entertaining Anecdotes, relating to some of the principal Personages of the Kingdom of Portugal. In two volumes. ...
- MDCCLX. 
The life and prophecies, of that faithful minister of God's word, Mr Daniel Cargill, Some time minister in the barony parish of Glasgow, who suffered martyrdom for the lord's cause with four others, at the cross of Edinburgh the 27th July, 1681, and their heads put upon the ports. Being singular for piety, zeal, and faithfulness, but especially for his fortelling future events that was to befall Scotland in general, and private families in particular. Such as his fortelling, the untimely and fearful deaths of these cruel persecutors, whom he had excommunicated at the Torwood, viz. K. Charles II. Lord Rothes, Duke of Lauderdale, Bloody Sir George Mackenzie, and Thomas Dalziel of Binns, &c. &c. Likewise, an account of his indictment, trial, sentence, and behaviour at the place of execution; with his last words upon the scaffold before he suffered. To which is added, a part of the life and untimely death of Argyle, who gave his casting vote against Mr Gargill, who was afterwards executed at the cross of Edinburgh himself, &c. By Peter Walker, who was himself a sufferor in those days.
- Walker, Patrick, 1666?-1745?.