An historical catalogue of the Scottish bishops, down to the year 1688

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Printed for Bell & Bradfurt; [etc., etc. ], 1824 - 110 pagine
 

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Pagina 486 - ... thou shalt not consent unto him, nor hearken unto him ; neither shall thine eye pity him, neither shalt thou spare, neither shalt thou conceal him ; but thou shalt surely kill him; thine hand shall be first upon him to put him to death, and afterwards the hand of all the people.
Pagina 486 - If thy brother, the son of thy mother, or thy son, or thy daughter, or the wife of thy bosom, or thy friend, which is as thine own soul, entice thee secretly, saying, Let us go and serve other gods...
Pagina 69 - Presbyterian, but now he sees that the great body of the nobility and gentry are for Episcopacy, and it is the trading and inferior sort that are for Presbytery: wherefore he bids me tell you that if you will undertake to serve him to the purpose that he is served here in England, he will take you by the hand, support the Church and order and throw off the Presbyterians.
Pagina 72 - 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 the bishops could by any means be brought to befriend his interest, and prayed us most pathetically, for our own sake, to follow the example of the Church of England.
Pagina 69 - ... the king's answer was, that he would not allow us to come to him in a body, lest that might give jealousy and umbrage to the Presbyterians, neither would he permit them (for the same reason) to come to him in numbers ; and that he would not allow above two of either party at a time to speak to him on church matters. Then the bishop directing his discourse to me, said, My lord, you see that the king, having thrown himself upon the water, must keep himself a swimming with one hand.
Pagina 70 - I take it, to make him their king, nor give their suffrage for his being king ; and though as to this matter, I can say nothing in their name, and as from them, yet for myself I must say, that, rather than do so, I will abandon all the interest that either I have, or may expect to have, in Britain.
Pagina 537 - The Ancient Liturgy of the Church of Jerusalem, being the Liturgy of St. James, freed from all latter additions and interpolations of whatever kind, and so restored to its original purity : by comparing it with the account given, in 347 AD, of that liturgy by St.
Pagina 62 - Doctiloque rapiens pectora dura modis. Ternus ut Antistes Wiseheart, ita ternus Edinen. Candoris columen nobile, semper idem. Plus octogenis hinc gens Sophocardia lustris, Summis hie mitris claruit, atque tholis ; Dum cancellarius regni Sophocardius, idem Praesul erat Fani, Regulse Sanctse, tui.
Pagina 504 - King, as de Facto, that is, in the Possession and Exercise of the Government. And therefore I do promise and swear, That I will with Heart and Hand, Life and Goods, maintain and defend...
Pagina 70 - Lord, there is now no farther place for application in our church matters, and this opportunity of taking leave of the prince is lost ; wherefore I beg that your Lordship would introduce me for that effect, if you can, next day about ten or eleven in the forenoon; which his Lordship both promised and performed.

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