Acts and Proceedings of the General Assemblies of the Kirk of Scotland, from the Year M.D.LX: Collected from the Most Authentic Manuscripts

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Maitland Club, 1839
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Page 90 - Scotland, approving the fame, providing a note be put in the margin, where mention is made of the remembrance of fome holy days.
Page 84 - To all and fundrie faithful brethren to whofe knowledge thir prefents fall come, wifcheth grace, mercie and peace from God the Father, and from our Lord Jefus Chryft.
Page 20 - Grace and Peace from God the Father of our Lord Jefus Chrift, with the Spirit of righteous judgment.
Page 166 - Seffione, which he accepted, with advice of godly and learned men, compting it not repugnant or...
Page 166 - Intter part of the second article, he answered thus, with pardon and reverence • of the Assembly, I may declare I never delighted in such a stile, nor desired any such arrogant title, for I acknowledge myself to be a worm of the earth, not worthy any reverence, giving and attributing to my God only all honour, glory and reverence, with all humble submission.
Page 60 - That fick horrible crymes as now abounds in the realme, without any correction, to the great contempt of God and his...
Page 34 - That when anie benefice fall vaike, qualified perfons may be prelented to the Superintendent of the province, where the benefice vaiketh, that they may be admitted in the places deftitute. Item, That where two or three kirks ar diftant two or three miles, they may be united, and the inhabitants caufed to refort to the faid kirks, to heare the word, and receave the...

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