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" The people contrasted the harsh treatment of their ministers with the suspicious lenity shown to Roman Catholics. It was observed, that, at this very time, Gilbert Brown, abbot of Newabbey, who had for many years been a busy trafficker for Rome and Spain,... "
The New Statistical Account of Scotland: Dumfries, Kirkcudbright, Wigton - Page 326
1845
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The Life of Andrew Melville: Containing Illustrations of the ..., Volume 2

Thomas M'Crie - Scotland - 1819
...was observed, that, at this very time, Gilbert Brown, abbot of Newabbey, who had for many years been a busy trafficker for Rome and Spain, and a chief...south of Scotland under ignorance and superstition, was released from the castle of Edinburgh, where he had been liberally entertained at the public expence,...
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The Literary History of Galloway, from the Earliest Period to the Present ...

Thomas Murray - Authors, Scottish - 1822 - 373 pages
...that period, as it is inferior in every useful quality to the elaborate production of Welch. — Welch wished for a verbal and public disputation on the...south of Scotland under ignorance and superstition." t Accordingly, the commissioners of the Assembly, in a list of grievances, which, in 1596, they submitted...
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Lives of the Scottish Reformers

Thomas M'Crie - Bothwell Bridge, Battle of, Scotland, 1679 - 1846 - 502 pages
...was observed, that, at this very time, Gilbert Brown, abbot of Newabbey, who had for many years been a busy trafficker for Rome and Spain, and a chief...south of Scotland under ignorance and superstition, was released from the castle of Edinburgh, where he had been liberally entertained at the public expense,...
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Works, Volume 2

Thomas M'Crie - Reformation - 1856
...was observed that, at this very time, Gilbert Brown, abbot of Newabbey, who had for many years been a busy trafficker for Rome and Spain, and a chief...south of Scotland under ignorance and superstition, was released from the castle of Edinburgh, where he had been liberally entertained at the public expense,...
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History of the Lands and Their Owners in Galloway: With a ..., Volume 5

Peter Handyside M'Kerlie - Galloway (Scotland) - 1879
...Ayr, on the subject of Popery. The abbot continued in the country. He is described by Dr M'Crie as "a busy trafficker for Rome and Spain, and a chief...South of Scotland under ignorance and superstition." It is also gathered that he was considered superior to other of his brethren in learning, but inferior...
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Scotland, historic and romantic, Volume 1

Maria Hornor Lansdale - Scotland - 1902
...Irongray, in defence of the Church of Rome. " A busy trafficker for Rome and Spain," he has been called, and " a chief instrument of keeping the south of Scotland under ignorance and superstition." Whether this were so or not, he seems to have been able to win and hold the affection of his people...
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Scotland historic and romantic

maria Hornor Lansdale - 1901
...Irongray, in defence of the Church of Rome. " A busy trafficker for Rome and Spain," he has been called, and " a chief instrument of keeping the south of Scotland under ignorance and superstition." Whether this were so or not, he seems to have been able to win and hold the affection of his people...
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