The History of the Kirk of Scotland, Volume 5 (Google eBook)

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Wodrow Society, 1844 - Scotland
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Contents

Unsatisfactory offers made to Bruce by the King and Commis
88
General Assemsly 86 The Assembly petitioned in behalf of the Laird of Fintry ib General acts concluded in this Assembly ib Commission given to W...
95
General Assemsly 100 James Melvills sermon at the opening of the Assembly ib The Moderators assessors appointed 104 Enquiry concerning executi...
107
Bothwell and several persons warded
111
He confesses rashness and is set at liberty
118
He recants his errors ib Copy of his recantation ib His refutation of the work called the Kings Declaration
124
Trial and punishment of witches 128 Accomplices of the Papists accused by the Ministers 129 Bruces advice to the King in sermon ib John Davidson...
130
Graham of Halyards submits 138 Proclamations against Bothwell ib Walter Baleanquall justifies the character of John Knox
139
Conference of John Davidson with the King 140 Bothwell besets the Palace of Holyrood
141
The Kings friendly letter to Huntley
147
General Assemsly
156
Debate between him and the King in consequence
162
Answer to the letter by Colonel Stewart
168
Attempt to assassinate Lord Hamilton
169
Captain Hackerston and the Laird of Airdrie warded for aiding Bothwell
177
Articles upon this subject to be transmitted to the King and Council
193
Recommendation of Ker in Latin by Robert Abercrombie 209 Recommendation by James Gordon 210 Letter from James Gordon to Fran Antonio 2...
216
Resolutions agreed on by the King and nobility ib Hume and Maxwell appear before the Presbytery 221 They raise a tumult in the church
222
A false alarm of Bothwells coming
228
Advertisement supposed to be from Bothwell to the Ministers
232
Davidsons farewell to Edinburgh
238
A convention of the nobility
249
Ministers displeased with its dilatoriness in proceeding against the Papists
255
Bruces letter to the Presbytery of Dunfermline on the agreement
261
They excommunicate the Popish Lords 263 Proceedings of the synod ib The King tries Lord Hamilton in behalf of the Papists
268
Trial of the Popish Lords to be held at Linlithgow 274 Circular from the ministers to the barons on the occasion ib The King discharges the barons fr...
288
Murray of Powmais apprehended
294
Refuses to acknowledge an offence and is warded
300
A Moravian apprehended
306
The Kings complaints of the Kirk
328
The King angry at Mr Robert Bruce
438
A convention at Cupar opposes the return of the Popish Lords 439 The King angry at the remonstrance of its commissioners ib
446
Proposals to the Commissioners of the Kirk about restoring the Popish Lords 449 The proposals refused
455
He agrees
466
Form of the Proclamation
480
The King and Council hurry on the trial 481 Account of proceedings
482
The King consents to them 485 His purpose afterwards altered 486 He requires Blacks submission ib Black refuses
488
Act of the Commissioners sent to the King 493 Their forms of Proclamations 494 The Kings answers 496 He requires Black to be tried and punished ...
499
Those who refuse ordered to leave the town 501 Declaration of the Commissioners on their proceedings concerning the Popish Lords 502 The tumul...
515
Two proclamations against certain ministers 520 Charge to the magistrates to apprehend the ministers ib Bruce and other ministers leave Edinburgh 5...
538
Anonymous letter addressed to the King on his oppressing the Kirk 539 Proclamation against all communing with the four ministers of Edinburgh c ...
576
The Kings intentions declared in his Preface to the Questions 583 Questions propounded by him to the Convention with their answers
585
Other Answers to the Questions
597
The Extraordinary General Assembly at Perth 506
608
The Courtiers endeavour to produce dissensions among the Mini
623
Answers to the rest of the Kings Questions by this
642
Mr R Wallace Minister at St Andrews suspended 648 Declinature of this sentence of suspension ib Black and Wallace removed from the ministry of S...
649
1598
673
Frenzy of Thomas Foullis on account of his debts 673 Robertson and Hewat proposed as Ministers for Edinburgh 674 Opposition of the Edinburgh ...
681
Mr John Davidson opposes it 694 The votes in the affirmative prevail 695 The Act confirming it
697
Davidson prosecuted before the Presbytery of Haddington
709
His elders acknowledge him as their lawful Pastor
715
Terms upon which he submits
723
The four Ministers of Edinburgh required by the King to subscribe to certain Acts
729
Meeting of the Provincial Synod of Fife
737
Copy of the letter and articles
748
Discussion whether Ministers having vote in Parliament should bear office for life 755 And by what title they should be distinguished 758 Result of t...
761
The Ministers ordered to rescind their act
767
The King breaks his promises to Bruce ib APPENDIX Names of those who subscribe the Band at Aberdeen in 1592 for defence of religion
774

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