Dickson David 1583 1663 : Reasons vvhy the ministers, elders, and professors, who protested against the pretended assemblies at St, Andrews, Dundee, and Edinburgh, cannot agree to the overtures made unto them at the conference upon the 28 and 29 of July, 1652 : together with the instructions given by them to such of the number as were sent to the said conference : and the letter directed to Mr. David Dickson, for communicating their papers.
Dictionaries Hebrew Early Works To 1800 : Shaʻar HaShini ʼo Petach Taphnimu ʼel LeShon HaKodesh The second gate, or The inner door to the holy tongue. : Being a compendious Hebrew lexicon or dictionary; in which all the roots and primitive words in the Bible, both Hebrew and Chaldee, are orderly set down, and numbred, and their significations expressed, in each several conjugation, wherein they are found extant in the Bible; with all the derivative nouns, and their significations taken from the roots; together with so much praxis, or so many places of the Hebrew text, so easily resolved in English, and with such easie directions for learning the language, as that any knowing Christian, man or woman, of ordinary capacity, making use of the former grammar, and this dictionary, with the praxis joined to both, may learn to read and understand the Hebrew Bible; and that without a teacher see what is in the book more fully in the following page. / By William Robertson, Master of Arts, from the University at Edenburgh, and now residing at London.; Robertson, William,