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NARRATIVES

OF THE

EXTRAORDINARY WORK

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S P ERIT OF GOD,

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BY MINISTERS, PREACHERS, &C.

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í E T T E R FROM A GENTLEMAN IN EDINBURGH,

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rative; lately translated into Dutch, and printed in Holland.

Opober 2d, 1742.

My Dear Friend, Î Had yesterday, a Letter from Mr. Kennedy at

Rotterdam, of the 4th past, old stile, who writes me, he got by accident a Narrative of the work at Cambuslang with the Attestation; which is printed in Dutch, and the enclosed is a copy of the Preface he wrote to it, and which was also printed in Dutch; I am persuaded it will be agreeable to you and your brethren, to know that we have the united prayers, on our behalf, of all the Lord's people in the United Provinces. I hope you have already had much of the Lord's countenance in what is past of the folema nity with you, and he will eminently own his own work and ordinance to morrow and next day, to the bringing in many sinners, and building up many of his own children; may the stately steps of our King, our God, be seen in his sanctuary with you. I will be glad to hear that he has eminently visited you at this time, and that the work is going on and increar ing in many other places, &c.

Ι Ε Τ Τ Ε R
FROM A GENTLEMAN IN EDINBURGH,

IN KHsITH

Covering the following race roshe Tambujang -Nar

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Otober 2d, 1742. My Dear Friend, T Had yesterday, a Letter from Mr. Kennedy at

Rotterdam, of the 4th past, old stile, who writes me, he got by accident a Narrative of the work at Cambuslang with the Attestation; which is printed in Dutch, and the enclosed is a copy of the Preface he wrote to it, and which was also printed in Dutch; I am persuaded it will bé, agreeable to you and your brethren, to know that we have the united prayers, on our behalf, of all the Lord's people in the United Provinces. I hope you have already had much of the Lord's countenance in what is past of the folema nity with you, and he will eminently own his own work and ordinance to morrow and next day, to the bringing in many finners, and building up many of his own children; may the stately steps of our King, our God, be seen in his fanctuary with you. I will be glad to hear that he has eminently visited you at this time, and that the work is going on and increaling in many other places, &c.

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