An apology for mr. Thomas Rhind [by himself] or An account of the reasons for which he separated from the Presbyterian party and embraced the communion of the Church

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1712
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Page 108 - For the chief priest has his proper services, and to the priests their proper place is appointed, and to the Levites appertain their proper ministries, and the layman is confined within the bounds of what is commanded to laymen.
Page 92 - Wherefore it will become you to run together according to the will of your bishop, as also ye do. For your famous presbytery, worthy of God, is fitted as exactly to the bishop, as the strings are to the harp.
Page 93 - Reference to him, according to the power of God the Father', as I alfo perceive that your holy Prtslyters do.
Page 184 - Cap, for this is my Blood: do this, as oft as ye drink it in...

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