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      DYING THOUGHTS,

                         IN

              THREE PARTS.

   PART I. A MEMORANDUM, in order to a
       ſerious Preparation for DYING.

   PART II. The BELIEVER'S PLEASANT
  PROSPECT through the Valley of DEATH.

   PART III. A CONTEMPLATION of HEA-
  VEN, or the BELIEVER'S PISGAH-SIGHT
         of the HEAVENLY CANAAN.

                 TOGETHER WITH

A CONCLUSION, ſhewing what will make the
 Heaven-born Soul to be often groaning and pant-
 ing for the Glory that is to be revealed.

By the late Reverend MR. WILLIAM CRAWFORD
            Miniſter of the Goſpel at Wilton.

                The FIFTH EDITION.

                       PAISLEY,

        Printed by A. WEIR and A. M'LEAN:
    For A. WEIR Bookſeller at the Croſs. 1769

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Dying thoughts in three parts
DescriptionA product of the first printing press set up in Paisley.
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