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Patronage anatomized and detected, Or, The rise, reign, nature, tendency, effects and evil consequences of patronage laid open; some objections noticed; and popular election in a few particulars vindicated. : In a letter from John Howie to the Eldership and congregation of the parish of Finwick. To which is prefixed, by way of introduction, a short historical narrative of the whole process betwixt the people of Finwick and the judicatories of the established church, setting forth what treatment they have received from said judicatories anent their consent or choice in calling their own minister. Published at the desire of the said parish of Finwick