|Author:||Reid, Robert, fl. 1689.|
|Title:||The account of the Popes procession at Aberdene the 11th. of January, 1689. which was delivered to the new elected magistrats and council thereof, by the students of Marishal-Colledge. With the students letter to the saids magistrats thereanent.|
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The account of the Popes procession at Aberdene the 11th. of January, 1689. which was delivered to the new elected magistrats and council thereof, by the students of Marishal-Colledge. With the students letter to the saids magistrats thereanent.
Reid, Robert, fl. 1689.
[Aberdeen: J. Forbes], Printed in the year 1689.
Place of publication and publisher from Wing.
This is a 19th century reprint.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Catholic Church. -- Pope (1676-1689 : Innocent XI)
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
To the Right Honourable the Provost, Baillies, and new Elected Council of Aberdene.
A true Account of His Holiness Procession at Aberdene, January 11. 1689. Which was supposed to have been performed by His Holiness in the greatest Splendor, having come on purpose to Congratulat the good Success the Roman-Catholicks had in this Kingdom, & more particularly in Aberdene: In order to which His Holiness being Seated on a Chair of State with His Crown on His Head, His Keys on His Arm, and Clothed with Scarlet Robes Lined with Ermine; Began His Procession from the Col∣ledge-Gate, about four a-Clock in the Afternoon, and was ac∣companied as follows.