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Thomas Rattray


A Poem to the Memory of the Right Reverend Father in God, Dr. Thomas Rattray of Craighall.
By Thomas Drummond.
Edinburgh: Printed in the year, 1743.

Liturgy and Loyalty Asserted and Recommended, in Two Sermons Preach'd the 13th Day of May. A.D. 1711.
No place: Printed in the year, 1711.

An Essay on the Nature of the Church, and a Review of the Elections of Bishops in the Primitive Church, together with Some Annexed Dissertations.
Edinburgh: John Catanch, 1728.

The Ancient Liturgy of the Church of Jerusalem, Being the Liturgy of St. James, Freed from All Latter Additions and Interpolations and So Restored to Its Original Purity.
London: J. Bettenham, 1744. [External link]

Some Particular Instructions Concerning the Christian Covenant and the Mysteries by Which It Is Transacted and Maintained, Collected from the Sacred Scriptures and Earliest Writers of the Christian Church and from Approved Divines of the Church of England.
London: Printed by James Bettenham and sold by George Strahan, 1748.

The Works of the Right Reverend Father in God, Thomas Rattray of Craighall, Sometime Bishop of Dunkeld and Primus of the Church of Scotland. Containing, Instructions Concerning the Christian Covenant; A Question Concerning such as Have Communicated without Being Confirmed; An Essay on the Nature of Man; A Letter on the Intermediate State.
Burntisland: Pitsligo Press, 1854.

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