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Author: Lindsay, David, d. 1641?
Title: A treatise of the ceremonies of the church vvherein the points in question concerning baptisme, kneeling, at the sacrament, confirmation, festiuities, &c. are plainly handled and manifested to be lawfull, as they are now vsed in the Church of England : whereunto is added a sermon preached by a reuerend bishop.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A treatise of the ceremonies of the church vvherein the points in question concerning baptisme, kneeling, at the sacrament, confirmation, festiuities, &c. are plainly handled and manifested to be lawfull, as they are now vsed in the Church of England : whereunto is added a sermon preached by a reuerend bishop.
Lindsay, David, d. 1641?

London: Printed for Ralphe Rounthwaite, and are to be solde at his shop, at the signe of the Golden Lyon in Paules Church-yard, 1625.
Notes:
Another issue (with cancelled t.p.) of "A true narration of all the passages of the proceedings in the generall assembly of the Church of Scotland, holden at Perth the 25 of August, 1618"--Cf. NUC pre-1956 imprints.
Dedication signed: Dauid Brechen.
Signatures: A-C4 D-L8 M6 2A-2I8 2K4 3A-3G8 3H7.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University. Library.
Subject terms:
Church of Scotland -- Doctrines.
Great Britain -- Church history -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A05534.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE REVEREND AND GODLY BRETHREN, The PASTORS, and MINI∣STERS of the Church of SCOTLAND.
To the Reader.
AN ANSWER TO THE PREFACE DIRECTED TO THE READER.
A TRVE NARRATION OF THE PROCEEDINGS of the generall Assembly hol∣den at Perth, and begun the 25. day of August 1618. Opposed to the Libeller his Discourse there∣of, in the Pamphlet lately Published.
The second Session of the Assembly was differred to the morrow after, and the Conference warned to meet at three of the clocke in the afternoone.
Wednesday the 26. of August.
Wednesday at after-noone.
Thursday the 27. of August.
Answers to the Exceptions made a∣gainst the Assembly of PERTH, whereby the LIBELLER would inferre the nullitie thereof.
An answere to the Articles presented to the Assembly, AVGVST 27. and quotations added by the Pamphleter for confirmation.
The first Article.
The second Article.
The third Article.
The fourth Article.
The fift Article.
The sixt Article.
The seuenth Article.
The eighth Article.
The ninth Article.
The tenth Article.
The eleuenth Article.
The twelfth Atticle.
The thirteenth Article.
The fourteenth Article.
The fifteenth Article.
The Examination of the Oath discussed.
The names of the places of residence, and seueral Diocesses of the Superintendents.
The function and power of the Superintendents.
An answere to the arguments brought against kneeling in the act of receiuing of the holy Communion.
An answere to the second head, wherein kneeling is con∣sidered, as a breach of the second Com∣mandement.
The Doctrine of Papists, touching the honour of Images.
An Answere to the Section, entituled, Kneeling not practised in the ancient Church.
An answere to the last Section, entituled Kneeling, not practised in the Reformed Churches.
Confessio Bohemia, &c. Regi, Ʋiennae Austria, Anno Domini 1535. oblata.
Sententia Petricouiensis Synodi generalis, Anno Dom. 1578. Conclus. 4. sub finem.
Wlodislauiensis Synodi generalis, Auno. 1583. Iunij 19. Conclus. 6.
Paraeus 1. Cor. 11. Controuersia 2. De fractione panis in sacra Eucharistia.
Caluinus Instit. Lib. 4. Cap. 17. Sect. 37.
Beza Epist. 12. pag. 100.
Petrus Martyr, Class. 4. locus 10. Sect. 49. & 50.
Iewell in the 8. Art. of Adoration.
An Answere to the reasons vsed by the penner of the Pamphlet, against the Festiuall DAYES.
The Act about Festiuities.
The iudgement of the Reformed Churches of Holy-daies.
The consent of the Reformed Churches and Diuines for keeping the fiue Holy Dayes.
Heluetica Confessio de Ferijs, Art. 24.
CALVIN. Col. 2.16.
ZANCHIVS in the Confession which hee made to be published, when he was seuentie yeares of age, in name of himselfe, and his Family.
CHEMNITIVS de diebus Festis in examine Concilij Tridentini.
BVLLINGERVS ad Rom. 14.
PARAEVS cap. 14. ad Rom. hyp. 4.
TILENVS Praecep. 4. Th. 17.
PERKINS on the fourth Chapter to the Galatians.
WILLET in his six-fold Commentarie vpon the fourteenth to the ROMANS.
An answere to the dispute, intituled, OF CONFIRMATION, and of Bishopping.
An answer to the last head, intituled, Of the Administration of the Sa∣craments in priuate places.
The Acts concluded at Perth, touching priuate Baptisme, and Communion.
CALVINE