A Treatie diplayeing the Chiefe Curioities
as they are in Ue among divere of the
People of Scotland to this Day;
SINGULARITIES for the
mot Part peculiar to
A Subject not heretofore dicoured of by any of our
Writters; and yet ventured on in an Eay
to uppres the impudent and growing
Atheime of this Age, and to
atifie the deire of ome
Then a Spirit paed before my Face, the Hair of my Fleh tood up; it tood till, but I could not dicerne the Forme thereof; ane Image was before mine Eyes.--Job, 4. 15, 16.
This is a REBELLIOUS PEOPLE, which ay to the Siers, ie not; and to the Prophets, propheie not unto us right Things, bot peak unto us moothe Things.--Iaiah, 30. 9, 10.
And the Man whoe Eyes were open hath aid.--Numbers, 24. 15.
For now we ie thorough a Glas darkly, but then Face to Face.--1 Corinth. 13. 12.
It doth not yet appear what we hall be; but we hall be lyke God, and ie him as he is.--1 John, 3. 2.
Μη γιγιαντες μαιωδησονται ὑποκατωδεν ὑδατος και των γειτονων αυτον;--Job, 26. 5 (Septuag.).
By MR ROBERT KIRK, Miniter at Aberfoill.