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James Stevenson in Thornyeat John Stevenion in Whitelee James Sim in Coldhome David Smith, shoemaker in Stewarton Robert Shaw, jun. in Cornbill Hugh Smilie, tailor in Bankhead Jolin Suirling in Fairwalls David. Samson, dyer in Hawgh James Shirrila, farmer in St. Quivox Robert Smith, merchant in Mauchlan John Semple, portioner of Chapleton Andrew Semple, shoemaker there James Stobo, lhoemaker there John Stobo, malon there , ; ." Thomas Semple, wright there John Smith in Tarbolton Andrew Strehorn in Millburn there Mary Smith in Shawnook there George Scot, Skinner in Lanark Andrew Smith in Liberton John Scot, farmer there John Somervei, farmer there James Smith, in Hogs.castle there ;'. George Snap, in Airtberihield there i s Robert Stewart, wright in Dalry. Robert Stewart in Kilbarchan Robert Stewart, coal--hewer there. James Spirling in Mickleston William Stewart, overseer to the Honourable Earl of

Eglinton's coal-work James Steel in Millburn

James Steel in Kilbucha · George Storie there

John Smith in Dykehead
John Sinclar in Kirk bride
Robert Sırong, tailor in Mickle-Ernocko,
Anne Stirling in Hamilton
Margaret Smillie there
William Sieel, Itaymaker in Saltcoats . ; .
James Sheerer, Carier in Ayr
David Sloan, in the parish of Kells

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James Sloan, in Largicery, Kell parish
James Smith, farmer in Sorn
Thomas Speer, in Buigend there

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Nathaniel Scot in Douglas
George Samson, miller in Auchenleck
James Strang of Westhouse
Juhn Smith, weaver in Strathaven
William Semple, shoemaker there
William Stevenson, weaver in Kilmarnock
Marion Small in Strathaven
James Sutherland there
Thomas Semple, wright in Audstonehead
William Stevenson in Muirkirk
Agnes Steel in Conelbush
Agnes Sawer in Barnwel
John Shaw, farmer
John Stewart in Kirkmichael
John Steel of Waterhead
John Semple in Bank head
William Struthers, baker in Kilinarnock
John Sheerer in Waiston
John Stevenson, in Barr parish
Alexander Swanson, lint-drcsser in Glasgow

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Adam Thomlison, Natter in Dalzell
John Telfer in Stration
James Telfer there,
John Tweldale in Coalburn.
John Tod, schoolmaster in Stewarton
William Thomson, tailor in Sanquhar
William Teller in Strointian,
Andrew Tait, miner in Sanquhar
Robert Tait, waher in Wanlock head. i
Alexander Telfer,' miner there in
John Telfer, inn keeper there.
Janet Tweedie, in Harlton, Tweedsmuir
Jarnes Thomson, farmer in Gilbank
James Torrance in Tweediehall,
John Tailor, tailor in Ayr
John Templeton in Hapland .,,..
William Train, finith in Sorn

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William Thomson, weaver in Sorn
Thomas Tenent in Carnwath
Thomas Tunahill, weaker in Paisley
John Tailor, in Borland of Walfton
Janet Thomson, Teacher in Saltcoats
Hugh Templeton in Mickleston
John Tenent, in Cotton of Ayr
James Tod in Baigmuirs
David Tait in Brandlees
Alexander Trefel, in Boigend, Newland parill

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The reverend Mr. John Walker, minister of the

Affociate Congregation at Denny
Mr. James Whyte of Stockbrigs, baillie in Douglas
Mr. Peter Watson, overseer of the rope-work at Irven
George Watson in Shillhill-mains
William Wright, weaver in Paisley
James Whyte in Liberton parish
Thomas Wilson in Jameston
William Whiteford, weaver
John Wilson, weaver in Irven
John Wallace in Littleston
Baillie John Williainfon in Sanquhat
Hugh Wallace in Slathole, Ochletree
David Weir, farrner of Ochle-tree
Adam Wilson, Thoemaker in Kilmarnock
John Wright, maltiter
John Weir in Whinmuir
Charles Wilson, gardener in Ayt
John Wood in Biggarshields
William Wilson, attendant to his grace the duke of

Douglas Janet Wilson in Sorn Joseph Watt, smith in Fordmouth there Baillie John Wilson, merchant in Kilmarnock James Watson, smith there Robert Walker in Raith William Wartlaw, in Newland parish George Waker there Thomas Wyllie in Stoniepath. William Wilson in Saltcoats John Wyllie, wright in Saltcoats ' James

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James Watson in Bagmuirs George Wallace in Mauchlan Alexander Wyllie, smith in Milton Robert Witherspoon, hammerman in Glasgow, 6 cop. Samuel Watson in Muirburn Alexander Watson in Blackburn John Waut in Arpockhill John Workman in West-Killbride G. W. of C. a fine Copy Thomas Watson, in Millhill of Wandle George White in Millrige Thomas Weir, maltiter in Strathaven John Williamson, smith in Gatesde George Whiggams, shoemaker in Sanquhar James Withrington, weaver there Mr. David Williamson, storemaster in Burnfit.. . Alexander Wood, wather in Wantockhead Thomas Williamson, storekeeper there John Wallat in Dalmelington Margaret Wallet there James Wellh, smith there George Wood, in Kern, Kirkconel parish David Welfh, fmith in Dalmelington Robert Watson in Lons. John Wyllie, portioner of Moss-Side John Wyllie in Chapleton John Walker in Aachentiber William Wright, weaver in Richerton David Wyllie, mafon in Clowmouth John Wallace in Netherland Hugh Wallace, servant Elizabeth Wallace in Hawgh Robert Wilson in Gib's-yard Archibald Walker, in the parish of Miniegaff j e Robert Wafon in Burnton John Wight in Daley parish George Weis, in Woodhead of Blackwood James Weir of Hill Thomas Whyre in Craighead George Weir, maltster in Rodgerhill William Wallace, wright in Stair Williz.n Whyte, weaver in Kilmarnock

Thomas Willie in Bank house there
Mrs. Wight in Portmark
John Wason in Whiielees i n
John Wallace in Auchnerwince.. '
Hugh Wate in Cranberry-mots :
George Weir in Warriston
Patrick Urie, fariner in Hill
James Vallance, storemaltur in Withehawgh ,

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Thomas Young, merchant in Lanark
John Young in Cross-hill-head, furmer
Robert Young, smith in Newbigging
John Young flaxer in Sorn
Hugh Young, in Burnside of Muirkirk
James Young, tailor in Carmichael
Thomas Young, tailor there

In a few Days will be published, by the Publisher hereof, PROPOS ALS

§ . FO'R PRINTING by SUBSCRIPTION,

CHRISTIAN'S DEFENCE

AGAINST THE .. FEARS of DEA T H. With seasonable Directions how to prepare ourselves

to die well. Written originally in French, By the reverend, pious, and learned Divine of the Protestant

Chureh of Paris, Mr. CHARLES DRE LANGOURT. With an Account of the Author's Life and his last Minutes.

About twenty editions of the said book bave been printed in France, and one at Avignon in the Pope's dominions : bow many impreffions bave been published in Holland, Germany, and elfewbere, I cannot determine. Seventeen impreffions bave been printed at London, at a very bigb price, but never were there any of tbem proposed to be printed in Scotland, till now; so it is hoped it will meet wiib good encouragement from tke public, as it is intended to be but the one balf, or lisele more, of tbe price of the former impressions.

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