|Description||Volume title on spine, 'MSS. REV THOMAS BOSTON OF ETTERICK'. The volume is annotated throughout with many references to Boston's Memoirs (Stirling, 1776). Previously listed as containing:|
Notes of sermons by various ministers, including John Dysert (of Coldingham); Gilbert Laing (of Hilton); Henry Erskine (1624-1696, of Cheepside, ref. DNB); Thomas Thomson (of Southdean); Gabriel Semple (of Jedburgh); Alexander Colden (Duns); Archibald Borthwick; Andrew Guthrie (of Edrom); James Murray.
1695 - 1700 (pages undated)
Sermon outlines, entered under different dates [by Thomas Boston]
'Cases on conscience discoursed on at ye weekly meeting for prayer.' Participants include John Boston ('My father', Alexander Cockburn, William Middlemist, Alexander Cockburn (younger), Archibald Cockburn, Robert Aitchison, and George Chisholm,
Notes of various texts and outlines of sermons under different dates and places.
1699 - 1700
Weekly sermons preached at Simprin [Berwickshire] by Thomas Boston,
14 December 1699 - 2 April 1702
'A soliloquie on the Art of Man-fishing', [by Thomas Boston],
pp. 1-54 paginated from the back of the volume.
Ref.: Complete works, vol. 5, and The distinguishing characters of believers (Edinburgh, 1773).