The History of the Kirk of Scotland, Volume 6

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Wodrow Society, 1845 - Presbyterianism
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Contents

The Earl of Mars answer
94
Mr R Bruces letter to the king
97
A meeting of ministers of both parties
103
Accident to the king on returning from the Assembly
106
Mr John Davidson warded
126
Mr W Balcangual returns to his ministry
135
Mr R Bruces answer
141
Mr J Melvills letter to the Synod of Fife
149
Mr A Melvill confined
157
Mr R Bruce urged to conform to the act
188
1603
194
Mr R Bruces answer
200
Their declaration against Mr It Bruce
205
The Presbytery of Edinburghs letter to Mr J Davidson
211
rapists Formalists and sincere Professors have good hopes
220
The kings answer to M de la Font
228
A conspiracy discovered
234
1604
241
Mr J Melvills articles to the Presbytery of Edinburgh
247
Mr W Balcanqual accused
257
The advice of the Synod of Fife given to the commissioners of
259
The Synod of Aberdeen
268
1605
274
Mr J Forbes chosen moderator
280
Documents taken of obedience to the charge
286
The warded brethren cited before the council
292
Mr J Melvills apology for the warded ministers
297
Their warrant from the laws of the realm
304
Their warrant from the custom and constitution of our kirk
311
The warded ministers apology
322
The councils letter to the Presbytery of St Andrews
333
The warded ministers summoned before the council
342
Their answer to the libel
354
The kings speech in the parliament of England
367
1606
374
The trial of the assise
387
Mr J Melvills letter to the Synod of Fife
393
A letter from the imprisoned to their brethren
401
A declaration of the council
419
A faithful report of proceedings concerning the Assembly at Aber
437
The proceedings against the prisoners in Blackness as penned
452
Another conference 57 1
571
Mr J Melvill urged to subscribe the information of the imprisoned
578
A proclamation against Papists
585
The pestilence spreading
591
Three of them called before the council of England
597
A faithful report of the proceedings of the convention at Linlith
604
Another report
610
The forgeries and mysteries of this act
624
Christmas kept by Dunbar and the Chancellor
630
The councils letter to the Bishop of Durham
636
A conference between the Archbishop of Canterbury Mr J Mel
641
The commissioner quarrels with the ministers of the synod
647
They protest and dissolve the meeting
653
The Presbytery of Perth accept their moderator
659
Mr J Dykes letter to Mr J Melvill
666
The fifth of August kept
672
The Synod of Fife
674
A priest made a spectacle
680
Maxwell and Makoneill break ward
686
His answer
700
The craft and violence of the visitors
706
They are put to the horn
712
Their reasons
718
Mr J Melvills letter to the conference
720
Humes letter to Mr James Law
726
Mr J Melvill refuses conference with the Bishop of Glasgow
732
Instructions to the commissioners of the ensuing General Assembly 73
739
A confutation of it by Mr A Melvill
745
The General Assembly held at Linlithgow
751
Huntlys offer rejected
759
Overtures for remedying them
765
Acts for reconciliation
772
Mr J Melvills judgment of the Assembly
778
Mr W Scotts letter to Mr J Melvill
785
Secretary Elphinstons trial in England
789
Another letter
795
The sum of the council of Englands proceedings
803
His justification
811
The sum of the declaration subscribed by him
817
Secretary Elphinston warded in Falkland
825

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