The history of the Kirk of Scotland, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Contents

Petition of the Protestants to the Queen
417
Manifesto of the blind crooked lame widows orphans c to
423
His letter to Mrs A Locke on the corruptions of the English
431
Mary Stewart claims the title of Queen of England
437
The Queen Regents indignation in consequence 442 Letter of the Congregation to the Queen upon the subject
444
The Protestants of the west resolve to assist their brethren 451 Warning of the Reformers to the Popish clergy 452 Commencement of the war of the ...
454
The Queen occupies Perth with her French soldiers
460
They are reinforced on Cupar Muir
466
Burning of Scone
472
The Congregation clear themselves
478
Useless conference held at Preston
481
Heads of the proclamation
487
His apology to Queen Elizabeth for his First Blast of the Trumpet 492 Ambiguous letter from Cecil to John Knox
494
The Earl of Arran escapes death or imprisonment in France 497 Forged letters from the King and Queen of France to Lord James 498 Lord Jamess a...
500
Answer to the same by the Congregation
507
Another answer to the Queens manifesto
514
The Queen Regents instructions to her messenger sent to Lord
521
Answer by the Lords of the Congregation
525
Lockharts negotiations between the Queen Regent and the Con
532
His letter of credit
539
Proclamation of the Queens suspension from the government
545
First defeat of the Congregation in the siege of Leith
551
The Lords divide themselves into two companies
560
Arrival of the English fleet in the Frith of Forth
566
Commissioners sent from the Lords to meet the Duke of Norfolk at Berwick
572
Contract between the Commissioners and the Duke at Berwick 573 Copy of the instructions given to the Commissioners
579
The Queen Regents late repentance
586

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Internet Archive: Details: The history of the Kirk of Scotland
The history of the Kirk of Scotland (Volume 1) (1842-1849). The history of the Kirk of Scotland (1842-1849). Author: Calderwood, David, 1575-1650 ...
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Bishops in the kirk: William Cowper of Galloway and the puritan ...
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Scotland - Scotish History
Title The history of the Kirk of Scotland / by Mr. David Calderwood ; edited from the original manuscript preserved in the British Museum by the Rev. ...
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good of this service consists in absolute secrecy: The Earl of ...
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David Calderwood, The History of the Kirk of Scotland, ed. Thomas Thomson, 8 vols. (Edinburgh, 1842–9), i, 303–4. I am grateful to Laura Stewart for ...
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Congregations, Conventicles and the Nature of Early Scottish ...
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King James VI and the Demonic Conspiracy: Witch-hunting and anti ...
J. Rowe, The History of the Kirk of Scotland, from the year 1558 to August 1637, with a Continuation. to July 1639, by his son, John Rowe (Edinburgh, ...
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The Scottish Reformation
Calderwood, David, The History of the Kirk of Scotland by Mr. David Calderwood, ed. T. Thomson (8 vols, Edinburgh, 1842–9). ...
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