The Miscellany of the Wodrow Society: Containing Tracts and Original Letters, Chiefly Relating to the Ecclesiastical Affairs of Scotland During the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries: Vol 1

By: Laing, David (editor)

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. xiii + 615 pages, plus 16 page list of the Society's members; professionally rebacked in charcoal cloth with embossed bands and gilt lettering. Contains: Confession of Faith of the Churches of Switzerland (translated by Wishart); Latin material on contest with Lutherans (James Melvill); Compendious Tractive (pro-RC, by Quintine Kennedy; with answer by John Davidson; and Kennedy's letter to the Archbishop of Glasgow); Letters to John Campbell of Kinyeancleuch; Form and Manner of Burial at Montrose; Robert Pont's catechism (in Latin); Register of Ministers and Readers in different parts of Scotland (1574); Assembly's Supplication to Regent Morton; Haddington Presbytery's Subscription to 2nd Book of Discipline; Act of Presbytery appointing to ministers to the Lords at Falkirk; Letters & Papers of James Carmichael; Death and Funeral of James Lawson; Visitations of Kirk of Holyroodhouse; Vindication of Church of Scotland in reply to Bancroft; Form of Sundry Matters to be used in the Eldership; Forms of Morning Evening and Mealtime Prayers for the Unlearned (John Davidson); 10 Letters of John Welsh; Admonition to the Ministry (Alexander Hume); Form and Manner of Ordaining Ministers and Consecrating Archbishops and Bishops.

Title: The Miscellany of the Wodrow Society: Containing Tracts and Original Letters, Chiefly Relating to the Ecclesiastical Affairs of Scotland During the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries: Vol 1

Author Name: Laing, David (editor)

Categories: Scottish, Church History, Roman Catholicism & Protestantism,

Publisher: Edinburgh, Wodrow Society: 1844

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 423721

Keywords: Scottish Reformation, Church History, Christianity,