Mephibosheth; or The lively picture of a loyal subject [microform] : As it was delineated in a sermon, preached at Sterling on the 19. of June, 1660. Being a day set a part, for publick and solemn rejoycing and thanksgiving; for the happy restauration of the King's most Excellent Majesty to the exercise of his royal power. By Matthias Symson, minister at Sterling.
- Edinburgh : printed by Ch. Higgins, anno Dom. 1660.
- Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 2065:8.