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Title: The address and petition of Mr. George Seton the delegate of the jurant Episcopal clergy in the north: with some reflection on the same, by a person qualified according to law, and sincerely weell [sic] affected to this church. Unto His Grace John Earl of Tullibardine, His Majesties High Commissioner.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The address and petition of Mr. George Seton the delegate of the jurant Episcopal clergy in the north: with some reflection on the same, by a person qualified according to law, and sincerely weell [sic] affected to this church. Unto His Grace John Earl of Tullibardine, His Majesties High Commissioner.
Seaton, George, d. 1704.

[Edinburgh?: s.n., 1695]
Subject terms:
Scotland -- History
Seaton, George, -- d. 1704
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A75876.0001.001

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THE Address And Petition OF MR GEORGE SETON The Delegate of the Jurant Episcopal Clergy in the North, with some Reflection on the same, By a Person qualified according to Law, and sincerely weell affected to this Church.