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A defence of the reformation-principles of the Church of Scotland : wherein the exceptions that are laid against the conduct of the Associate Presbytery, as also against their judicial Act and Testimony, by the Reverend Mr. Currie in his Essay on Separation, are examined : and the injurious reflections cast upon our reforming period from 1638 to 1650, in the foresaid Essay, are discovered
AuthorWilson, William, 1690–1741
Description339 pages
PublisherEdinburgh: Printed by T. Lumisden and F. Robertson, for J. Jaffrat, Book-seller in Stirling
TopicsChurch of Scotland — Controversial literature
CollectionT.F. Torrance Collection of Antiquarian Books
ContributorPrinceton Theological Seminary
RightsNo Known CopyrightNo Known CopyrightDigitized collections are made accessible for purposes of education and research. More...
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