The History of the Kirk of Scotland, Volume 5

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Contents

King James embarks for Norway
67
Suspicion of an attempt to surprise the Castle of Edinburgh
70
A letter to Bancroft intercepted
77
Letter from Chancellor Maitland to the same
83
Letter from the King to Mr Bruce
91
Pageants on the occasion
97
Bothwell and several persons warded
111
An affray in the Kings presence and his consternation
117
He recants his errors
124
Bruces advice to the King in sermon
130
Graham of Halyards submits
138
Conference of John Davidson with the King
140
His mothers indignation at the Kings refusal of justice
146
GENERAL ASSEMBLY
156
Debate between him and the King in consequence
162
Answer to the letter by Colonel Stewart
168
Attempt to assassinate Lord Hamilton
169
Premonition of a massacre by an anonymous letter
175
Commissioners nominated to watch and report their proceedings
182
Balcanquall preaches against Arrans being received
188
From the Earl of Angus
194
From the same to William Heriot
201
From John Chisholm to the Bishop of Vaizon
208
1593
214
Hume and Maxwell appear before the Presbytery
221
Designs of the Popish Lords and their party in Scotland
228
Advertisement supposed to be from Bothwell to the Ministers
232
Davidsons farewell to Edinburgh
238
Answers of the Assembly to his Articles
244
Advice to the King respecting the Popish Lords c
250
Davidsons rebuke of this Parliament from the pulpit
256
They excommunicate the Popish Lords
263
He promises to the Ministers to have no dealings with the Popish
269
The King discharges the barons from repairing to the trial
275
Interview between the King and some Ministers
282
Mr A Melvill rebukes the King for favouring the Papists
288
Murray of Powmais apprehended
294
Rosss examination before the King and Council
300
A Moravian apprehended
306
The superstition of the Goodmans Croft
326
Commission for visitation of Colleges
371
A fast appointed
376
Letter of Bothwell to the Ministers of Edinburgh
377
Death of Chancellor Maitland
383
Royal proclamation for resisting the Spaniards
389
Proposal made there to call home the Popish Lords
438
A convention at Cupar opposes the return of the Popish Lords
439
Their Circular to the presbyteries on the occasion
446
Birth of Princess Elizabeth
449
The Kings answers to these grievances
452
Ministers sent to deal with the Queen
459
The Commissioners of the Assembly justify Blacks Declinature
465
A new Declinature to be given in by D Black
475
The King and Council hurry on the trial
481
He requires Blacks submission
487
Act of the Commissioners sent to the King
493
Form of the charge
499
The tumult in Edinburgh upon the 17th of December
510
The letter altered and sent to the King
516
Two proclamations against certain ministers
520
Reasons for refusing to subscribe
529
Some of the citizens of Edinburgh imprisoned
535
Proclamation against all communing with the four ministers
551
Bruce and Balcanqualls reply and apology
560
No conspiracy or forethought malice in the riot
575
Form of commission to the Commissioners of the Presbytery
581
The Kings complaints of the Kirk
591
Commission of the Assembly to try the Popish Lords
616
Mr R Wallace Minister at St Andrews suspended
618
Mr R Ponts rebuke of the nations lukewarmness in the care
620
Declinature of this sentence of suspension
649
The Popish Earls relaxed from the horn
655
A Parliament held
668
Robertson and Hewat proposed as Ministers for Edinburgh
674
A conference between the King and John Davidson
680
Davidsons opposition to the proceedings of the Assembly
697
Davidson prosecuted before the Presbytery of Haddington
709
His elders acknowledge him as their lawful Pastor
715
Meeting of the Provincial Synod of Fife
737

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