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Boston, Thomas (1676-1732)
A general account of my life (Edinburgh, London : Hodder and Stoughton, 1908)
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An Illustration of the doctrines of the Christian religion, with respect to faith and practice, upon the plan of the Assembly's Shorter Catechism, comprehending a complete body of divinity (Edinburgh : Schaw and Pillans for Joseph Johnston)
Vol. 1 (1796)
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Vol. 2 (1796) IA 
Vol. 3 (1796) IA 
An Illustration of the Doctrines of the Christian Religion: With Respect to Faith and Practice, Upon the Plan of the Assembly's Shorter Catechism. Comprehending a Complete Body of Divinity (Edinburgh : John Reid)
Vol. 2 (1773)
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Vol. 3 (1773) GB 
The marrow of modern divinity; the first part, touching both the covenant of works, and the covenant of grace: with their use and end, both in the time of the Old Testament, and in the time of the New; clearly describing the way to eternal life, by Jesus Christ; in a dialogue betwixt Evangelista, a minister of the gospel, Nomista, a legalist, Antinomista, an antinomian, and Neophytus, a young Christian (Edinburgh : R. Drummond for W. Gray, 1745) / added author(s): Edward Fisher
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Memoirs of the life, time and writings of Thomas Boston (Edinburgh, 1776)
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Memoirs of the Life, Time, and Writings, of the Reverend and Learned Thomas Boston (Edinburgh : A. Murray and J. Cochran, 1776)
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Memoirs of the life, time, and writings, of the reverend and learned Thomas Boston, A.M. : Divided into twelve periods, to which are added some original papers, and letters to and from the author
Edinburgh : Oliphant Anderson & Ferrier, 1899IA 
Mystery of Christ in the form of a servant ... (Edinburgh : David Paterson, 1755)
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Nadur an duine 'na staid cheithir-fillte : no staid ceud ionracais, staid truaillidheachd iomlan : staid saorsa air toiseachadh; agus, staid sonais no truaighe iomlan ([Edinburgh, 1858)
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Nadur an duine 'na staid cheithir-fillte : no staid ceud ionracais, staid truaillidheachd iomlan, staid saorsa air toiseachadh, agus staid sonais no truaighe iomlan ([Edinburgh, 1825)
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Nadur an duine 'na staid cheithir-fillte; no staid ceud ionracais; staid truaillidheachd iomlan; staid saorsa air toiseachadh; staid sonais no truaighe iomlan; ann an cinn theagaisg f'a leth (Edinburgh : Grant, 1894)
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Primitiae et ultima, or, The early labours and last remains that will meet the public eye : in several practical discourses, eminently calculated for alarming sinners and hypocrites in Zion, and affording instruction, correction, and consolation, to genuine believers (Edinburgh : and for J. Pillans & Sons)
Vol. 2 (1800)
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Vol. 3 (1800) IA 
Select sermons, vol. 2 (Edinburgh : A. Fullarton, 1850)
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The straying state and condition of mankind sinners : together with the care of the chief shepherd in returning them; and curing their straying disposition. In two sermons, From I Pet. ii. 25. : Preached at Gallashiels, on a sacramental occasion, in the year 1720 (Edinburgh : David Paterson, 1761)
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A view of the covenant of grace from the sacred records : wherein the parties in that covenant, the making of it, its parts conditionary and promissory, and the administration thereof, are distinctly considered : together with the trial of a personal inbeing in it, and the way of enstating sinners therein unto their eternal salvation : to which is subjoin'd, a memorial concerning personal and family fasting and humiliation, presented to saints and sinners (Edinburgh : R. Fleming and Co., and sold at the shops of Mr. James Davidson and John Paton Booksellers, 1734)
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