The Register of the Privy Council of Scotland, Volume 7

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H.M. General Register House, 1906 - Scotland
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Page 68 - God's law, our justification by faith only, our imperfect sanctification and obedience to the law, the nature, number, and use of the holy sacraments ; his five bastard sacraments, with all his rites, ceremonies, and false doctrine, added to the ministration of the true sacraments, without the Word of God ; his...
Page 68 - God, and doctrine of this true reformed kirk; to the which we join ourselves willingly, in doctrine, faith, religion, discipline, and use of the holy sacraments, as lively members of the same in Christ our head : promising and swearing, by the great name of the LORD our GOD, that we shall continue in the obedience of the doctrine and discipline of this kirk,* and shall defend the same, according to our vocation and power, all the days of our lives ; under the pains contained in the law, and danger...
Page 552 - ... interfui. Eaque omnia et singula sic fieri vidi scivi et audivi ac in notam cepi Ideoque hoc presens publicum instrumentum manu mae fidr.
Page 95 - Eighth, by the Grace of God, King of Scotland, England, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c.
Page 432 - That the votes of popish lords in the house of peers may be taken away, so long as they continue papists : and that your majesty will consent to such a bill as shall be drawn, for the education of the children of papists by protestants in the protestant religion.
Page 68 - God's good creatures, with the superstitious opinion joined therewith ; his worldly monarchy and wicked hierarchy ; his three solemn vows, with all his shavelings of sundry sorts ; his erroneous and bloody decrees made at Trent, with all the subscribers and approvers of that cruel and bloody band conjured against the Kirk of God.
Page viii - minde in the cheefest bussines whiche is to be intreated [by the privy council], which I assure myselfe will be the mynd of all good clergie men : that is to lay aside the booke and not to presse the subjects with it anie more'.-* 1 Laud to Traquair, 11 September 1637, in Rushworth, Historical collections, ii, 306.
Page 363 - ... declaration, when it was so evidently provided for by that act, that as the kingdom of England should not war against the kingdom of Scotland without consent of the parliament of England, so the kingdom of Scotland...
Page 69 - Kirk, and ministration of justice among- us, we protest and promise with our hearts under the same oath, handWrit, and pains, that we shall defend his person and authority with our goods, bodies, and lives, in the defence of Christ His evangel, liberties of our country, ministration of justice, and punishment of iniquity, against all enemies within this realm or without, as we desire our God to be a strong...
Page 69 - His evangel, liberties of our country, ministration of justice, and punishment of iniquity, against all enemies within this realm or without, as we desire our God to be a strong and merciful defender to us in the day of our death...

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