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" I taking occasion to uait on duke Hamilton, his grace told us, a day or two before the sitting down of the convention, that he had it in special charge from king William, that nothing should be done to the prejudice of episcopacy in Scotland, in case... "
An historical catalogue of the Scottish bishops: down to the year 1688 - Pagina 493
di Robert Keith, John Spotiswood, Michael Russel (Bp. of Glasgow and Galloway), Walter Goodall - 1824 - 576 pagine
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A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 1

John Walker - 1811
...convention, that he had it in special charge from king William, that nothing should be done to the prejudice of episcopacy in Scotland, in case the bishops could...example of the church of England ; to which my lord St. Andrew replied, that both by natural allegiance, the laws, and the most solemn oaths, we were engaged...
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A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 1

John Walker - 1811
...convention, that be had it in special charge from king William, that nothing should be done to the prejudice of episcopacy in Scotland, in case the bishops could...and prayed us most pathetically for our own sake to follovy the example of the church of England ; to which inv lord St. Andrew replied, that both by natural...
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A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 1

John Walker - 1811
...convention, that he had it in special charge from king William, that nothing should be done to the prejudice of episcopacy in Scotland, in case the bishops could by any means be Drought to befriend his interest, and prayed us most pathetically for our own sake to follow the example...
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The Quarterly Theological Review and Ecclesiastical Record, Volume 2

1825
...done to the prejudice of Episcopacy in Scotland, in case the Bishops could be brought by any means to befriend his interest ; and prayed us most pathetically for our own sake to follow the example of the Churdi of England. To which my Lord St. Andrews replied, that both by natural allegiance, the laws,...
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Recollections of Royalty: From the Death of William Rufus, in 1100 ..., Volume 2

Charles Chadwicke Jones - 1828
...charge from King William, that nothing should be done to the prejudice of Episcopacy, in case the Bishop could by any means be brought to befriend his interest;...example of the Church of England. To which my Lord St. Andrew replied., that both by natural allegiance, the laws, and the most solemn oaths, we were engaged...
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Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country, Volume 10

1834
...William, that nothing should be done to the prejudice of episcopacy in Scotland, in case the hishops could, by any means, be brought to befriend his interest;...sake, to follow the example of the Church of England." But the Scottish prelates were not to be moved ; they replied — " By natural allegiance, the laws,...
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The Episcopal magazine, and Church of England warder [formerly Stephen's ...

...convention, that tie had it in special charge from King William, that NOTHING should be done to the PREJUDICE of episcopacy in Scotland, in case the bishops could...interest, and prayed us most pathetically, for our own sakes, to follow the example of the Church of England. To which my lord St. Andrews replied, ' that...
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The English Review, Volume 10

1848
...Convention, that he had it in special charge from king William, that nothing should be done to the prejudice of episcopacy in Scotland, in case the bishops could...brought to befriend his interest ; and prayed us most emphatically, for our own sakes, to follow the example of the Church of England. To which my lord St....
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A history of Scottish ecclesiastical and civil affairs, from the ...

John Marshall (minister of the Scottish episc. church.) - 1859
...Convention, that he had it in special charge from King William, that nothing should be done to the prejudice of Episcopacy in Scotland, in case the bishops could, by any means, be brought to defend his interest ; and prayed us, most pathetically, for our own sake, to follow the example of...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 33

1871
...should be " done to the prejudice of Episcopacy in Scotland, in " case the bishops by any means could be brought to " befriend his interest, and prayed...the example of the Church '-' of England. To which my'Lord St. Andrews replied ' that both by natural allegiance, the laws, and the ' most solemn oaths,...
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