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James Hog (c.1658-1734)
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Aenmerking over de werking des H. Geestes, en het onderscheyd tusschen de wet en 't Evangelium, sijnde het korte sommier van sommige huys-oeffeningen over Gal. 3:2 (Utrecht : Justus van Stuyvesant, ca. 1710)
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A letter to a gentleman detecting the gangrene of some errors vented at this time (in the year 1716. And to be sold by John Martin, William Brown and William Dicky booksellers there, 1716)
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A letter, wherein the scriptural grounds and warrants for the reformation of churches by way of covenant, are succinctly considered and cleared. ... By a welwisher to a covenanted reformation (Edinburgh : in the year, 1727)
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Otia Christiana: or Christian recreations, being a conference betwixt Nicon and Philotheus, in which divers important concerns of the doctrine and practice of religion, are fairly and familiarly discoursed, divided into several dialogues (Aberdeen : Chalmers, 1776)
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