Memoirs of his own Life (Hardcover)
James Melville's Memoirs of His Own Life is a fascinating account of the life of a Scottish minister during the 16th century. Melville was a key figure in the Scottish Reformation, and his memoirs provide valuable insights into the religious and political issues of the time. This book is an important historical document that sheds light on an important period in Scottish history.
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