|Author:||True son of the church.|
|Title:||The danger of the Church of England: from a general assembly of Covenanters in Scotland. Represented from their principles in oaths, and late acts of assemblies; compar'd with their practices in these last two years. Written in the year 1690. By a true son of the Church.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The danger of the Church of England: from a general assembly of Covenanters in Scotland. Represented from their principles in oaths, and late acts of assemblies; compar'd with their practices in these last two years. Written in the year 1690. By a true son of the Church.
True son of the church.
London: printed for A. Baldwin in Warwick-Lane, 1690 [i.e. 1698]
Covenanters -- Scotland
Church of England -- History -- Early works to 1800.
THE DANGER OF THE Church of England. From a General Assembly of COVENANTERS IN Scotland, &c.
To the King's most Excellent Ma∣jesty: The Hearty Thanks∣giving, and Humble Petition of the General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland.
A Commission for those that repair to the Kingdom of Eng∣land.
Right Reverend and Beloved in the Lord Jesus.
Act for remembring in Publick Prayers the desires of the As∣sembly to the King and Parlia∣ment, and induction of a Pub∣lick Fast.
Sess. 6. August 8. 1642. Acts for Subscribing the Cove∣nant.
Against secret Disaffecters of the Covenant.
Solemn and Seasonable Warning to the Noblemen, Barons, Gen∣tlemen, Burroughs, Ministers and Commons of Scotland; as also to their Armies without, and within the Kingdom.
Act for Censuring Ministers for their Silence, and not speaking against the Corruptions of the Time.
A Brotherly Exhortation from the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, to their Brethren in England.