The History of the Kirk of Scotland, Volume 5

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Wodrow Society, 1844 - Scotland
 

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Contents

GENERAL ASSEMBLY
133
Attempt to assassinate Lord Hamilton
170
Anonymous verses on the occasion abusing the Clergy
178
Captain Stewart Earl of Arran sent for to court
186
The King offended with
192
From James Christison to Thomas Anderson
200
From David Forster to a friend
206
From the same to P Jacob Anelianodus
212
Their proposals to the King for the punishment of the conspirators
218
Graham of Halyards slain in a scuffle
224
Graham of Fintrys letter to the King
230
Proceedings of the King at the Raid of Aberdeen
233
English ambassadors commission to the King
239
Commission for visitation
246
A Lady torn from her fathers house
252
Bothwell begins to occasion fresh troubles
258
They excommunicate the Popish Lords
263
He promises to the Ministers to have no dealings with the Popish
269
Circular from the ministers to the barons on the occasion
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
Refuses to acknowledge an offence and is warded
300
A Moravian apprehended
306
The Kings complaints of the Kirk
328
Fray between the citizens and the Kings guard
329
The Ministers consult upon the execution of the sentence
336
His application to the Ministers in behalf of the ambassadors 312
346
The Kings Raid in the North
353
His lenity overruled by Andrew Melvill
358
A GENERAL ASSEMBLY
367
Acts
369
Other acts
373
James Melvill mediates between the King and Black
379
Graham of Halyards submits
382
The Kings licence to admit the Earl to a conference
385
J Davidsons proposals
399
The King enraged at the Circular and Declinature
462
Andrew Melvills opposition to the measure
465
Form of the Proclamation
468
A new Declinature to be given in by D Black
475
Articles between the King and Commissioners of the Assembly
484
Their duties
486
The King consents to them except in the case of David Black
490
The Kings answers
496
The King requires submission from the ministers
500
The tumult in Edinburgh upon the 17th of December
510
Two proclamations against certain ministers
520
Letter of Bothwell to the Ministers of Edinburgh
522
Mr P Galloways answer to the Kings Band
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
A GENERAL ASSEMBLY
582
Other Answers to the Questions
597
Answers of another person to the Questions 590
606
Mr R Wallace Minister at St Andrews suspended
618
The Courtiers endeavour to produce dissensions among the Mini
623
sembly
642
Declinature of this sentence of suspension
649
Bruces letter to Lord Hamilton requesting his good offices in
651
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
Their purpose defeated
682
The general commission renewed
691
The Act confirming
697
Acts
706
Governors appointed in his absence
711
The brethren break their promise made to him
712
Meeting of the Provincial Synod of Fife
737

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