The History Of The Church And State Of Scotland; From The Accession of K. Charles I. To The Restoration of K. Charles II. In Four Volumes Volume 2

 
9781236482389: The History Of The Church And State Of Scotland; From The Accession of K. Charles I. To The Restoration of K. Charles II. In Four Volumes Volume 2

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1754 edition. Excerpt: ...wrath. The number of opponents being so small, A comthis gave great pleasure to the asiembly, espe namea daily considering with what number of pro-to bring tests they had been often threatened, and find-fwers" ing, as it was late, that they could not make to the answers to these several papers that night, they t„re'na" recommended to a committee to bring in an-»TM4 fwers against next sederunt; and, in the meanfo " time, as lay-elders were so much harped on, 64, the moderator caused read some papers, in support of their sitting in assemblies, of a piece with that formerly inferred, said to have been 1638 been drawn up by Mr. David Calder-wood the v historian, who, tho' he was no member of the assembly, having had no charge for the time, lodged in a room adjoining to the moderator's, and promoted by his studies the proceedings of the assembly. SESSION vn. The »r-This day the assembly met pretty early, as approve indeed the proceedings at that sederunt shew the regi-there was need for doing so. And the first jwnai, business which came to hand was the approbaaniBdi-tion of the five new discovered registers as aut'of.' thentick. The moderator did often require, that, if any had ought to object why these should not be taken for authentick registers, and make faith in judgment, they might now but the propone the fame. Upon this the lord comJ£ner mimoner profesied his earnest desire of seeing protests the church restored to her registers, but that them" be was laid under the necessity, much against ibid, his inclination, to protest against acknowledging these books for sufficient registers, and that neither his royal master, nor the lords of the clergy, should lusser prejudice by any thing in them. Notwithstanding...

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