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The Resource A collection of the laws in favours of the Reformation in Scotland, : in three parts. Part I. Containing the principal acts and statutes made by the Parliaments of Scotland, in favours of the true religion, betwixt our Reformation from Popery (1560.) and the year 1640. With an abridgment of the other laws respecting religion, made during that period. Part II. Containing an exact collection of the laws made in favours of the Church and religion in Scotland, betwixt the years 1640 and 1650. to which are subjoined three Acts of the Parliament 1661. rescinding the same. Part III. Containing the principal acts and statutes made by the Parliaments of Scotland, in favours of the true protestant religion and presbyterial Church-government, from the Revolution (1690.) to the incorporating union with England (1707.) With an abridgment of the other laws respecting religion, from the Restoration (1660.) to the present time. To all which is subjoined an index of the principal contents of these collections. The whole making up a genuine history of the legal establishment of religion in Scotland, from the Reformation (1560.) to the present year 1749. and wherein care is taken to distinguish the laws which were rescinded, from the laws that were never declared to be so, (electronic resource)

A collection of the laws in favours of the Reformation in Scotland, : in three parts. Part I. Containing the principal acts and statutes made by the Parliaments of Scotland, in favours of the true religion, betwixt our Reformation from Popery (1560.) and the year 1640. With an abridgment of the other laws respecting religion, made during that period. Part II. Containing an exact collection of the laws made in favours of the Church and religion in Scotland, betwixt the years 1640 and 1650. to which are subjoined three Acts of the Parliament 1661. rescinding the same. Part III. Containing the principal acts and statutes made by the Parliaments of Scotland, in favours of the true protestant religion and presbyterial Church-government, from the Revolution (1690.) to the incorporating union with England (1707.) With an abridgment of the other laws respecting religion, from the Restoration (1660.) to the present time. To all which is subjoined an index of the principal contents of these collections. The whole making up a genuine history of the legal establishment of religion in Scotland, from the Reformation (1560.) to the present year 1749. and wherein care is taken to distinguish the laws which were rescinded, from the laws that were never declared to be so, (electronic resource)

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A collection of the laws in favours of the Reformation in Scotland, : in three parts. Part I. Containing the principal acts and statutes made by the Parliaments of Scotland, in favours of the true religion, betwixt our Reformation from Popery (1560.) and the year 1640. With an abridgment of the other laws respecting religion, made during that period. Part II. Containing an exact collection of the laws made in favours of the Church and religion in Scotland, betwixt the years 1640 and 1650. to which are subjoined three Acts of the Parliament 1661. rescinding the same. Part III. Containing the principal acts and statutes made by the Parliaments of Scotland, in favours of the true protestant religion and presbyterial Church-government, from the Revolution (1690.) to the incorporating union with England (1707.) With an abridgment of the other laws respecting religion, from the Restoration (1660.) to the present time. To all which is subjoined an index of the principal contents of these collections. The whole making up a genuine history of the legal establishment of religion in Scotland, from the Reformation (1560.) to the present year 1749. and wherein care is taken to distinguish the laws which were rescinded, from the laws that were never declared to be so
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A collection of the laws in favours of the Reformation in Scotland,
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in three parts. Part I. Containing the principal acts and statutes made by the Parliaments of Scotland, in favours of the true religion, betwixt our Reformation from Popery (1560.) and the year 1640. With an abridgment of the other laws respecting religion, made during that period. Part II. Containing an exact collection of the laws made in favours of the Church and religion in Scotland, betwixt the years 1640 and 1650. to which are subjoined three Acts of the Parliament 1661. rescinding the same. Part III. Containing the principal acts and statutes made by the Parliaments of Scotland, in favours of the true protestant religion and presbyterial Church-government, from the Revolution (1690.) to the incorporating union with England (1707.) With an abridgment of the other laws respecting religion, from the Restoration (1660.) to the present time. To all which is subjoined an index of the principal contents of these collections. The whole making up a genuine history of the legal establishment of religion in Scotland, from the Reformation (1560.) to the present year 1749. and wherein care is taken to distinguish the laws which were rescinded, from the laws that were never declared to be so
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A collection of the laws in favours of the Reformation in Scotland, : in three parts. Part I. Containing the principal acts and statutes made by the Parliaments of Scotland, in favours of the true religion, betwixt our Reformation from Popery (1560.) and the year 1640. With an abridgment of the other laws respecting religion, made during that period. Part II. Containing an exact collection of the laws made in favours of the Church and religion in Scotland, betwixt the years 1640 and 1650. to which are subjoined three Acts of the Parliament 1661. rescinding the same. Part III. Containing the principal acts and statutes made by the Parliaments of Scotland, in favours of the true protestant religion and presbyterial Church-government, from the Revolution (1690.) to the incorporating union with England (1707.) With an abridgment of the other laws respecting religion, from the Restoration (1660.) to the present time. To all which is subjoined an index of the principal contents of these collections. The whole making up a genuine history of the legal establishment of religion in Scotland, from the Reformation (1560.) to the present year 1749. and wherein care is taken to distinguish the laws which were rescinded, from the laws that were never declared to be so, (electronic resource)
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  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Price below imprint: Price one shilling and six pence
  • The three parts each have a separate titlepage, but pagination and register is continuous
  • Includes index
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
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A collection of the laws in favours of the Reformation in Scotland, : in three parts. Part I. Containing the principal acts and statutes made by the Parliaments of Scotland, in favours of the true religion, betwixt our Reformation from Popery (1560.) and the year 1640. With an abridgment of the other laws respecting religion, made during that period. Part II. Containing an exact collection of the laws made in favours of the Church and religion in Scotland, betwixt the years 1640 and 1650. to which are subjoined three Acts of the Parliament 1661. rescinding the same. Part III. Containing the principal acts and statutes made by the Parliaments of Scotland, in favours of the true protestant religion and presbyterial Church-government, from the Revolution (1690.) to the incorporating union with England (1707.) With an abridgment of the other laws respecting religion, from the Restoration (1660.) to the present time. To all which is subjoined an index of the principal contents of these collections. The whole making up a genuine history of the legal establishment of religion in Scotland, from the Reformation (1560.) to the present year 1749. and wherein care is taken to distinguish the laws which were rescinded, from the laws that were never declared to be so, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Price below imprint: Price one shilling and six pence
  • The three parts each have a separate titlepage, but pagination and register is continuous
  • Includes index
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT78133
Dimensions
80
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
254,[2]p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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