An account of lay-patronages in Scotland, and of the fatal differences they have occasion'd betwixt the Church and lay-patrons [by sir D. Dalrymple].

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Page 12 - OTHER ACTS OF PARLIAMENT RELATING THERETO, IN PROSECUTION OF THE DECLARATION OF THE ESTATES
Page 13 - Living, nor will at any time hereafter perform or ' fatisfy any fuch kind of Payment, Contract or
Page 11 - and contrary to the Inclination of the generality of the People ever
Page 16 - of a Delicacy in point of Property, rob the Church of her Tithes, which is her Patrimony, without allowing the Calling and ordaining of
Page 20 - when they are for breaking in thus upon the Rights and Privileges of the Church of Scotland^ which are made a Fundamental and
Page 15 - as we have heard already, is by Law, accounted the Patrimony of the Church, and Churches are appointed to be built and
Page 14 - of the Benefit intended for the Quiet and Satisfaction, as well as for the Security -of the Church of Scotland. No Man,
Page 3 - they would make but a very indifferent Plea of it ; for nothing is plainer in our Law, than that the
Page 3 - far in Scotland as to be much regarded. This is evident from many of our Laws, which forbid our being
Page 13 - more than the Church of England, from whom in this Matter we don't differ in Principle, as may

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