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Letters of consequence from Scotland

Letters of consequence from Scotland

the first from the Commissioners of the General Assembly there, to the Scots Commissioners here in England. The second from His Maiestie to the Assembly, and their answer to it. The third to a private friend here in England, dated the 19. of October, 1643. As also two ordinances for swearing and subscribing the late covenant, the one by the Committee of the Estates there, the other by the Commission of the General Assembly, with a proclamation lately published by the Committee of Estates. Likewise a petition from the distressed Protestant subjects in Ireland, to the Assembly and their answer. Together with the propositions made by the English Commissioners to the Convention of Estates and General Assembly there.

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Published by R. Bostock in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Solemn league and covenant,
  • Great Britain -- History -- Charles I, 1625-1649 -- Sources

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsScotland. Parliament, Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Commission
    The Physical Object
    Pagination30 (i.e. 32) p.
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21805308M

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I AGREE with Irene Conway (Letters, August 15) and her respondents (Letters, Aug 18 & 19) about the casual use of English. I I arrived at Eastwood Senior Secondary School and to the. The following list of books set in Scotland features novels in chronological order, including bestselling books such as Sunset Song, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie and Docherty.

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Driver Brett McCullough,   The joint letter, coordinated by Humanist Society Scotland, warned that the “unintended consequences” of the new law could be used to criminalise behaviour that.

Get this from a library. Letters of consequence from Scotland: the first from here in England: the second from His Maiestie to the assembly and their answer to it: third to a private friend here in England dated the 19 of October, as also.

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