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History of Scots Affairs, from M Dc Xxxvii to M Dc Xli (167-1641)
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Page 6 - Curse ye Meroz, said the angel of the LORD, curse ye bitterly the inhabitants thereof ; because they came not to 1 Or, tramplinos, or, phutgutga. the help of the LORD, to the help of the LORD against the mighty.
Page 83 - Yet thence fordwards, to his last hower, his obtruding himself (') [Bailie calls him "a stirring and pragmatic bold man." — Letters, vol. ip 109. It is believed that he was the editor of the " Funeralls of a Right Reverend Father in God Patrick Forbes of Corse, Bishop of Aberdene. Aberdene, Imprinted by Edward Raban, 1635.
Page 6 - See, I have this day set thee over the nations and over the kingdoms, to root out, and to pull down, and to destroy, and to throw down, to build, and to plant.
Page 7 - DEMANDS concerning the late Covenant : propounded by the Ministers and Professors of Divinity in Aberdene, to some Reverend Brethren, who came thither to recommend the late Covenant to them, and to those who are committed to their Charge.
Page 8 - ... appoint Local Secretaries in such places, and with such authorities as to them shall seem expedient ; every Local Secretary being a Member of the Society. XXI. That no alteration shall be made in these Laws, except at a General Meeting, nor then, unless One Month's notice of any alteration intended to be proposed at such Meeting shall have been given in writing to the Secretary.
Page 6 - A large Declaration Concerning The Late Tumults in Scotland, From Their first originalls: Together With A Particular Deduction Of the seditious Practices of the prime Leaders of the Covenanters: Collected Out Of Their owne foule Acts and Writings: By which it doth plainly appeare, that Religion was onely pretended by those Leaders, but nothing lesse intended by them.
Page 93 - Scottland, holden at Perth, the 25 of August, Anno Dom. 1618. Wherein is set downe the Copy of his Maiesties Letters to the said Assembly : Together with a iust defence of the Articles therein concluded, against a seditious Pamphlet. By Dr. Lyndesay, Bishop of Brechen. London, 1621.
Page xxvii - James, although stiff and old, stooped down, and gave him his glove again, saying, " My predecessor, Queen Elizabeth, thought she did a favour to any man who was speaking to her when she let her glove fall, that he might take it up and give it to her again ; but, Sir, you may say a king lifted up your glove.
Page 43 - 24 of August, 1638. Printed at Edinburgh, in King James his College, by George Anderson, 1638." In this tract, as well as in another inserted by Wodrow in his History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland, Abernethy states that he lived in Caithness " more as an yeare, Chamerlaneand Baillie to my Lord of Berriedail.