The History of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland: Comprising the Civil History of the Province of Ulster, from the Accession of James the First; with a Preliminary Sketch of the Progress of the Reformed Religion in Ireland During the Sixteenth Century. And an Appendix Consisting of Original Papers, Volume 2
Waugh and Innes, 1838
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Page 185 - in the kingdoms, not being swayed by any national respect, remembering that part of the covenant, ' that we shall not suffer ourselves, directly or indirectly, by whatsoever combination, persuasion, or terror, to be divided or withdrawn from this blessed union and conjunction.
Page 7 - Also, by the same Author, A POPULAR GUIDE to the OBSERVATION of NATURE; or Hints of Inducement to the Study of Natural Productions and Appearances in their Connexions and Relations; showing the great extent of knowledge attainable by
Page 184 - all these things can be no work of the civil sword, but of the spiritual, which is the word of God. No man well in his wits, endeavour ing to root up weeds out of his ground, instead of using the spade, will take a mallet or a beetle. Nor doth the covenant any way engage
Page i - prepare thyself to the search of their fatheis:— shall not they teach thee, and tell thee, and utter words out of their heart? VOL. II. BOOK
Page 184 - join with them ; and moreover not tolerate the free exercise of any religion which shall be found absolutely contrary to sound doctrine or the power of godliness ; for the conscience, we must have patience till it be within our verge ; and thus doing we shall believe to have kept exactly all that
Page 16 - plan, that this will be the only English edition sanctioned by him. Mr. Ollendorff has been many months preparing it, as he deems a mere translation of his German work totally inadequate for the purposes of English instruction, and for the elucidation of the method so strongly recommended by Captain Basil Hall, and other eminent writers. WHITTAKER & Co.
Page 2 - Vol. X. — The BRITISH POSSESSIONS in the INDIAN and ATLANTIC OCEANS, viz. Ceylon, Penang, Malacca, Singapore, Sierra Leone, the Gambia, Cape Coast Castle, Accra, the Falkland Islands, St. Helena, and Ascension. " This valuable work is now complete ; the two concluding volumes,
Page 116 - a supplication from the country for new supplies of ministers, there being as yet but two in each county settled in parishes. small pamphlet entitled, " The lord marques of Argyle's speech to a grand committee of both houses of parliament," &c. &c. London, June 27, 1646, pp. 16. It also contains Monro's letter from
Page xvi - shall hold and enjoy all the churches and church-livings, in as large and ample a manner as the late protestant clergy respectively enjoyed the same on the first day of October, 1641, together with all the profits, emoluments, perquisites, liberties, and rights to their respective sees and churches. (4)" The assembly continued its sittings until the