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The Humble Petition of The Commissioners of The Generall Assembly To The Kings Majesty

Their Declaration sent to the Parliament of England. Their Letter to some Brethren of the Ministery there. And their Commission to their Brother Master Alexander Henderson, January 1643
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Printed by Evan Tyler , Edinburgh
Other titlesThomas F. Torrance Collection.
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Their Letter to some Brethren of the Ministery there. And their Commission to their Brother Master Get this from a library. To the King's most Excellent Maiesty. The humble petition of the commissionerrs [sic] of the Generall Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, met at Edenborough, Ianuary, 4.

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To the KINGS Most Excellent MAJESTY. The humble petition of George Carew Esqr. Admi­nistrator of the Goods and Chattels of S r. William Courten and S r. Paul Pyndar Knights deceased. Assigneé of S r. Edward Littleton Baronet, Pro­curator & Assigneé of the Commissioners appointed to Execute a Commission under the great Seal of England Church of Scotland.

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Commission. / [] Reformation of church-government in Scotland cleared from some mistakes and prejudices by the commissioners of the Generall Assembly of the Church of Scotland, now at London / published by especiall command.

Perkins, William, / ?key=title;page=browse;value=re. A Sermon Preached To the Honorable House of Commons, At their late solemn Fast, Wednesday, December Ap James Dodson. Alexander Henderson.-A sermon detailing the great need and method of reforming both the church and the nation together with a dire warning to magistrates that will not be ://+Assembly.

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This collection of Leveller Tracts contains the main "Agreements of the People", Petitions, Remonstrances (or Complaints), and Declarations which were drawn up by Levellers between and in which they stated what they believed in, what changes they wanted Parliament to make, and declarations of what principles lay behind these :// 1.

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Introduction. All authors of Bermuda books and publications shown can be found via a website ?CachedSimilarSetBermuda. Bot the Ministers charged did appear in Counsell the 23 August following, wher they gave in a Supplicatione to the Lords of Counsell for a suspensione; becaus this said book wanted the warrand of the Generall Assemblie, the representative Kirk of this kingdome, which hath onlie power, and was ever in use to give directione in maters of Gods And though well it might have seem'd in vaine to write at all; considering the envy and almost infinite prejudice likely to be stirr'd up among the Common sort, against what ever can be writt'n or gainsaid to the Kings book, so advantageous to a book it is, only to be a Kings, and though it be an irksom labour to write with industrie and ~milton/reading_room/eikonoklastes/