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A fair and impartial testimony, essayed in name of a number of ministers, elders, and Christian people of the Church of Scotland unto the laudable principles, wrestlings & attainments of that church ; and against the backslidings, corruptions, divisions, and prevailing evils, both of former & present times : And namely the defections of the established church ; of the nobility, gentry, commons, seceders, Episcopalians, &c. Containing a brief historical deduction of the chief occurrences in this church from her beginning to the year 1744, with remarks: and humble pleadings with our mother church, to exert herself to stop defection, and promote reformation. Attested & adhered unto by sundry ministers Preview this item
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A fair and impartial testimony, essayed in name of a number of ministers, elders, and Christian people of the Church of Scotland unto the laudable principles, wrestlings & attainments of that church ; and against the backslidings, corruptions, divisions, and prevailing evils, both of former & present times : And namely the defections of the established church ; of the nobility, gentry, commons, seceders, Episcopalians, &c. Containing a brief historical deduction of the chief occurrences in this church from her beginning to the year 1744, with remarks: and humble pleadings with our mother church, to exert herself to stop defection, and promote reformation. Attested & adhered unto by sundry ministers

Author: John Willison
Publisher: Pittsburgh : Zadok Cramer, 1808
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Willison, John, 1680-1750.
Fair and impartial testimony, essayed in name of a number of ministers, elders, and Christian people of the Church of Scotland unto the laudable principles, wrestlings & attainments of that church; and against the backslidings, corruptions, divisions, and prevailing evils, both of former & present times.
Pittsburgh : Zadok Cramer, 1808 ([Pittsburgh] : From the press of Cramer and Spear)
(OCoLC)798546761
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Willison
OCLC Number: 2918251
Notes: "Subscriber's names": [6] p. at end.
Description: 234 pages ; 18 cm
Other Titles: Impartial testimony
Responsibility: by the Rev. Johh[sic] Willison ...

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