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" The General Assembly declare, That it is a fundamental law of this Church, that no pastor shall be intruded on any congregation contrary to the will of the people... "
Middle Temple Records: 1501-1603 - Page 11
by Middle Temple (London, England), John Hutchinson - 1917
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The Yorkshireman, a religious and literary journal, by a Friend [L. Howard ...

Luke Howard - 1834
...of the Church of Scotland came to the important decision, by a majority of 184 to 138, 'That it is a fundamental law of the Church, that no pastor shall...intruded on any congregation contrary to the will of the people.' By this decision, the right of patronage in that conntry is virtually abolished. The patron...
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The Orthodox Presbyterian, Volume 6

Presbyterians - 1835
...seconded That the General Assembly having maturely considered the overtures, do declare that it is a fundamental law of the church, that no pastor shall...intruded on any congregation contrary to the will of the people ; and that in order to carry this principle into full effect, the Presbyteries of this church...
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The Book of the Constitution of Great Britain

Thomas Stephen - Constitutional history - 1835 - 788 pages
...motion was as follows : " That tiie General Assembly do declare, that it is a fundamental Liv of this church, that no pastor shall be intruded on any congregation contrary to the will of the people and that, in order to carry this principle into full effect, the presbj teries of the church...
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The Book of the Constitution of Great Britain

Thomas Stephen - Constitutional history - 1835 - 788 pages
...motion was as follows : " That thaGeneral Assembly do declare, that it is a fundament:.! i < of this church, that no pastor shall be intruded on any congregation contrary to the nil. u the people ; and that, in order to carry 'his principle into full elFect, the presbyteries of...
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Report of the Auchterarder Case: The Earl of Kinnoull, and the Rev. R. Young ...

Thomas Robert Hay-Drummond Kinnoull (10th Earl of), Robert Young, Charles Robertson - Church and state - 1838
...them, and therefore the ordering of church matters was fully in their own power : and if it had been a fundamental law of the Church that no pastor shall...intruded on any congregation contrary to the will of the people, and if the meaning of this was, that the people should have a direct vote, or even a veto upon...
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The British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and ..., Volume 13

Hugh James Rose, Samuel Roffey Maitland - Theology - 1838
...case turns. This document, entitled, " Overture and Interim Act on Calls," declares, that it is the fundamental law of the church that no pastor shall be intruded on any congregation, and proceeds to ordain, that if the major part of the heads of families in full communion with the...
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A Letter to the Lord Chancellor: On the Claims of the Church of Scotland in ...

John Hope - Church and state - 1839 - 315 pages
...is in the following terms.* ' Edinburgh, May 31, 1H34. The General Assembly ' declare that it is a fundamental law of 'the Church, that no pastor '...intruded on any congregation, contrary to the will of the ' people ; and in order that this principle may be carried into full effect, ' the General Assembly,...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 6; Volume 70

William Hendry Stowell - 1839
...on the public mind. In the act of Assembly in 1834, it is declared to be ' a fundamental law of this church that ' no pastor shall be intruded on any congregation contrary to the ' will of the people.' NOMT, it will not be difficult to show that this ' fundamental principle ' is no better than...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1839
...on the public mind. In the act of Assembly in 1834, it is declared to be ' a fundamental law of this church that ' no pastor shall be intruded on any congregation contrary to the ' will of the people.' Now, it will not be difficult to show that this ' fundamental principle ' is no better than...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 9

Labor unions - 1839
...General Assembly declare, that it is a fundamental law of this Church, (ie of the Church of Scotland,) that no pastor shall be intruded on any congregation contrary to the will of the people." This is at once the inductive cause and the justification of the , enactment which follows....
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