Livingstone, John 1603-1672
John Livingstone, minister at Ancrum, Scotland, and subsequently pastor of the Scots congregation at Rotterdam.
Dictionary of National Biography, Volume 11 - 1909 (see page 1280)
Biographical Sketch: Scottish Preachers' Hall of Fame
Writings: Scottish Preachers' Hall of Fame
Web Site Devoted to John Livingstone: The Man from Ancrum
A Brief Historical Relation of Mr. John Livingston, minister of the Gospel ... written by himself in Holland, during his banishment. 1727.
John Livingstone by Rev. John MacLeod at Reformation Scotland Web Site
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1. Letters from Leith, to his Parishioners, 1633, 4to; 1673, 4to.
2. His Life, by himself, Glasgow, 1754, 12mo.
3. Lives of Eminent Scottish Divines, 1754, 8vo.
See Biog. Scotiana; Chambers and Thomson's Biog. Dict. of Eminent Scotsmen, 1855, iii. 464-471.
A Brief Historical Relation of the Life of Mr John Livingstone, Minister of the Gospel. Containing Several Observations of the Divine Goodness Manifested to Him in the Several Occurrencies Thereof. Written by Himself, During His Banishment in Holland, For the Cause of Christ (See page 127 of Select Biographies, Volume 1 - 1845 - by W. K. Tweedie)
The Substance of a Discourse had by Mr John Livingstone, to His Paroch at Ancrum, Foreseeing His Separation from It, as It was Taken from His Mouth by the Pen of a Hearer, on the 13th of October 1662, Being the Munday after the Communion, and After Another Minister Had Preached (see page 199 of Select Biographies, Volume 1 - 1845 - W. K. Tweedie)
Ane Accompt of What Past When Mr John Livingstone Appeared Before the Councill in the Lower Council-House at Edinburgh, December 11, 1662, At Which Time They Banished Him. (see page 213 of Select Biographies, Volume 1 - 1845 - W. K. Tweedie)
A Letter from Mr John Livingstone to His Paroch, Before His Departure Forth of the Kingdom, When Permission to Visit it After His Sentence was Refused. (see page 223 of Select Biographies, Volume 1 - 1845 - W. K. Tweedie)
A Letter Written by That Famous and Faithfull Minister of Christ, Mr John Livingstone, Unto His Parishoners of Ancrum, in Scotland, Dated Rotterdam, October 7, 1671. (see page 231 of Select Biographies, Volume 1 - 1845 - W. K. Tweedie)
Letters of Mr John Livingstone Relating to the Public Events of His Time. (see page 255 of Select Biographies, Volume 1 - 1845 - W. K. Tweedie)
Sayings and Observations of Mr John Livingstone, Late Minister of the Gospell at Ancram. Collected from His Own Manuscript. To Which are Added, Remarks at Two Communions, December 1634. (see page 277 of Select Biographies, Volume 1 - 1845 - W. K. Tweedie)
Memorable Characteristics, and Remarkable Passages of Divine Providence, Exemplified in the Lives of Some of the Most Eminent Ministers and Professors in the Church of Scotland. Collected by Mr John Livingstone, Late Minister at Ancrum. (see page 293 of Select Biographies, Volume 1 - 1845 - W. K. Tweedie)
Letters from Elizabeth, Daughter of Sir James Melvill of Halhill, and Wife of John, Lord Colvill of Culross, to Mr John Livingstone. (see page 349 of Select Biographies, volume 1 - 1845 - W. K. Tweedie)