Act, declaration, and testimony, for the whole of our convenanted reformation, as attained to, and established in Britain and Ireland; particularly, betwixt the years 1638 and 1649, inclusive: as also, against all the steps of defection from said reformation ... By the Reformed Presbytery. The third edition, with several additions
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