(CHURCH OF SCOTLAND). LEE, Robert. ~ The reform of the Church of Scotland in Worship, Government, & Doctrine. Part I.-Worship. pp. x, , 182,  (advert). Edinburgh: Edmonstone and Douglas, 1866.
[bound with:] - The clerical Profession some of its Difficulties and Hindrances an Address delivered at the opening of the Theological Classes in the University of Edinburgh, November 8, 1866. Edinburgh: Edmonstone & Douglas, 1866. Pp. 32.
[and:] -. Thou art Peter. A Discourse on Papal Infallibility and the causes of the late Conversions to Romanism. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1851. Pp. vi, , 118.
[and:] ERSKINE, Thomas. The Purpose of God in the Creation of man. Edinburgh: Edmonstone and Douglas, 1870. Pp. 15.
Four works bound together, 8vo (165 × 105 mm.). Half calf, spine gilt, red morocco label. Sprinkled edges. Bookplate, neat later inscription. Rubbed, minor wear to corners, upper joint cracked but firm. Good.
A collection of nineteenth century Scottish ecclesiastical pamphlets, principally by Robert Lee, the reforming Church of Scotland minister. Lee’s contribution was primarily in the reform of worship rather than theological debate, believing that worship should comprise three elements: word, prayer and praise. His controversial stance on a variety of topics led him to frequent clashes with conservative clergy and in 1859 he was unsuccessfully charged with unlawful innovations in worship.