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ix. Scots Old Independents.
Founded in 1768 by Rev. James Smith and Rev. Robert Ferrier, ministers of the adjacent parishes of Newburn and Largo in Fife; and by David Dale and others, in Glasgow. In 1814 there were 12 churches in Scotland, of which only 3 now remain.
*-JuScHyhix1. Alexander Pirie, The Psalms of Isaiah, Paul, Peter, &c, paraphrased
in Metre, or, Hymns founded on some important Passages of Holy Scripture, and
adapted to many occasions of Christian Life Edinburgh 1777 D. Paterson and W.
*-JuScHyhix2. Anon., Hymns and Spiritual Songs, Glasgow 1781 Mrs.Orr, 77 hymns.
JuScHyhix2. Anon., Hymns and Spiritual Songs, collected for the Christian congregation which meets in the Grammar School Wynd, Glasgow Glasgow 1788 D. Niven, A. Orr, &c "100 hymns. The sixth ed., 1794, was enlarged to 118 hymns, many being Glassite ; and a seventh ed. appeared unaltered in 1798."
*-JuScHyhix3. Anon., Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs, collected for a Christian Church in Paisley Glasgow 1797 D. Niven. In Three Books-i. with Hymns 1-101, ii. H. 102-226, iii. II. 227-285. From the Baptist Hymn Book of 1786, omitting those specifically Baptist, and adding 65 from various sources.
*-JuScHyhix4. by the late James McGavin, of Paisley, A Selection of Hymns adapted to Christian Worship Glasgow, 1819. J. Graham & Co. 362 hymns in alphabetical order, a number being Glassite.
*-JuScHyhix4a. by the late James McGavin, of Paisley, A Selection of Hymns adapted to Christian Worship Glasgow 1832, 365 hymns.
*-JuScHyhix4. two of the Glasgow elders, a Supplement Glasgow 1858