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A continuation of the Answer to The Scots Presbyterian eloquence, dedicated to the Parliament of Scotland. Being a vindication of the acts of that august assembly, from the clamours and aspersions of the Scots prelatical clergy, in their libels printed in England. With a confutation of Dr. M-----'s postscript, in answer to the former, proving, that it's not the Church of England's interest, to countenance the Scots outed clergy. As also reflections on Sir Geo. Mackenzy's defence of Charles the Second's government in Scotland. And instances on record of Sir George's subornation against Sir Hugh and Sir George Campbel, and the Laird of Blackwood, Presbyterian gentlemen. Together with the acts of the Scots General assembly and present Parliament; compared with the acts of Parliament in the two last reigns against the Presbyterians. Preview this item
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A continuation of the Answer to The Scots Presbyterian eloquence, dedicated to the Parliament of Scotland. Being a vindication of the acts of that august assembly, from the clamours and aspersions of the Scots prelatical clergy, in their libels printed in England. With a confutation of Dr. M-----'s postscript, in answer to the former, proving, that it's not the Church of England's interest, to countenance the Scots outed clergy. As also reflections on Sir Geo. Mackenzy's defence of Charles the Second's government in Scotland. And instances on record of Sir George's subornation against Sir Hugh and Sir George Campbel, and the Laird of Blackwood, Presbyterian gentlemen. Together with the acts of the Scots General assembly and present Parliament; compared with the acts of Parliament in the two last reigns against the Presbyterians.

Author: George Ridpath
Publisher: London, Printed in the year 1693.
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Named Person: Gilbert Crokatt; Alexander Monro; George Mackenzie
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Ridpath
OCLC Number: 54171054
Credits: "Will. Laick" = George Ridpath. "Dr. M--" = Alexander Monro.
Description: xv, [1], 52 20 cm
Responsibility: By Will. Laick.

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