The life and prophecies, of that faithful minister of God's word, Mr Daniel Cargill. [electronic resource] : Sometime minister of the barony parish of Glasgow, who suffered martyrdom for the Lord's cause, with four others, at the cross of Edinburgh, the 27th of July, 1681, and their heads put upon the ports. Being singular for piety, zeal, and faithfulness; but especially for his foretelling future events that was to befal Scotland in general, and private families in particular: such as his foretelling the untimely and fearful deaths of those cruel prosecutors, whom he had excommunicated at the Torwood. Likewise, an account of his indictment, trial, sentence, and behaviour at the place of execution; with his last words upon the Scaffold before he suffered. To which is added, a part of the life and untimely death of Argyle, who gave his casting vote against Mr Cargill. Also, the life and behaviour of David Hackstourn of Rathillet, Esq; who commanded the persecuted party at Airdsmoss, who were both executed at the cross of Edinburgh. By Peter Walker, who was himself a sufferer in those days.
- Glasgow : [s.n.], Printed in the year MDCCLXXXIII. 
52p. ; 12⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 2: New editions
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