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" Church, the 24 of August, 1638. Printed at Edinburgh, in King James his College, by George Anderson, 1638." In this tract, as well as in another inserted by Wodrow in his History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland, Abernethy states that he lived... "
History of Scots Affairs, from 1637 to 1641 - Page 45
by James Gordon - 1841
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A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ..., Volume 10

Trials - 1816
...Merc;it-cross reversed, with this inscription; The arms of Mr. Robert BaiUie, late of Jerviswood, Traytor. Wodrow, in his History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland, gives the following particulars respecting this Trial : " Mr. Robert Daily of Jerviswood, with whose...
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History of Scots Affairs, from M DC XXXVII to M DC XLI (1637-1641).

James Gordon - Scotland - 1841 - 329 pages
...an unworthie Member of the true Reformed Church of God in Scotland, at Edinburgh, in the Grayfrier Church, the 24 of August, 1638. Printed at Edinburgh,...believed, was descended from the family of Mayen in Rothicmay. This may, perhaps, help to explain the reference to that parish in the text, which has here...
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Publications, Issue 1

Spalding Club, Aberdeen - Scotland - 1841
...an unworthie Member of the true Reformed Church of God in Scotland, at Edinburgh, in the Grayfrier Church, the '24 of August, 1638. Printed at Edinburgh,...Abernethy states that he lived in Caithness " more as an y eare, Chamerlane and Baillie to my Lord of Berriedail." — p. 9. Abernethy, it is believed, was...
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History of the county of Ayr, Volume 2

James Paterson - 1852
...Hamilton, Lanark, and the adjacent districts, to hear Mr Guthrie's sermons, so popular did he become. Wodrow, in his History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland, has preserved the following commission to Rowallan " to bear down vice," as illustrative of the mode...
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The Ayrshire wreath, a collection of prose and verse relating to Ayrshire ...

1855
...particular period at which the old Townhouse was erected, but it appears to have existed in 1667; for Wodrow, in his " History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland," informs us that the Thieves' Hole — a name which part of the building bore — was the place in which...
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The Gospel advocate, for promoting spiritual unity, ed. by A.J. Baxter, Volume 6

Andrew Joseph Baxter - 1874
...for Mr. Cunningham got a charge that same week not to enter his meeting upon pain of death. Robert Wodrow, in his " History of the sufferings of the Church of Scotland," maintains that if the integrity and righteousness of Mr. Peden's character as a sincere Christian,...
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Rambles in Galloway

Malcolm M'Lachlan Harper - Galloway (Scotland) - 1876 - 272 pages
...journeyed for forty miles on a winter's night." His parishioners were also such notable Covenanters that Wodrow, in his History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland, records of them — "The first open opposition to the settlement of the curates I have heard, was at...
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review, Volume 32

Theology - 1883
...Edinburgh, and for this we are indebted to the painstaking accumulation of material furnished by Robert Wodrow in his History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland. In 1684 a Commission of Justiciary, with Council power, after getting through some work of fining....
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A Historical Account of the Belief in Witchcraft in Scotland

Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe - Witchcraft - 1884 - 268 pages
...recorded that she also, not long after her marriage, had some such warning of her approaching dissolution. Wodrow, in his History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland, mentions two remarkables, as he terms them, which took place in Scotland on the restoratian of King...
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The Parish of Strathblane and Its Inhabitants from Early Times: A Chapter in ...

John Guthrie Smith - Epitaphs - 1886 - 394 pages
...of them and naturally invited his colleagues to Mugdock, and no doubt hospitably entertained them. Wodrow, in His History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland, says — " They came to ( Glasgow, September 26th, and were regaled and royally treated at Hamilton,...
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