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Author: Guthrie, James, 1612?-1661.
Title: The nullity of the pretended-assembly at Saint Andrews & Dundee:: wherein are contained, the representation for adjournment, the protestation & reasons therof. Together with a review and examination of the Vindication of the said p. assembly. Hereunto is subjoyned the solemn acknowledgment of sins, and engagement to duties, made and taken by the nobility, gentry, burroughs, ministry, and commonalty, in the year 1648. when the Covenant was renewed. With sundry other papers, related unto in the foresaid review.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The nullity of the pretended-assembly at Saint Andrews & Dundee:: wherein are contained, the representation for adjournment, the protestation & reasons therof. Together with a review and examination of the Vindication of the said p. assembly. Hereunto is subjoyned the solemn acknowledgment of sins, and engagement to duties, made and taken by the nobility, gentry, burroughs, ministry, and commonalty, in the year 1648. when the Covenant was renewed. With sundry other papers, related unto in the foresaid review.
Guthrie, James, 1612?-1661., Wood, James, 1608-1664.

[Leith]: Printed [by E. Tyler], in the yeer, 1652.
Subject terms:
Wood, James, -- 1608-1664. -- Vindication of the freedom & lawfulnes of the Generall Assembly begun at St. Andrews and continued at Dundee
Church of Scotland. -- General Assembly -- Controversial literature
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A85789.0001.001

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ERRATA:
TO THE CHRISTIAN-READER
UNTO THE MODERATOR & BRETHREN Assembled at St. Andrews. The humble Representation and Desire of the Ministers of the Gospel, under subscribed.
St. Andrews,July 18. 1651.
This following Paper was inclosed in a Letter from the Lord Wa∣riston, to the Meeting at S. Andrews; which Letter, although it could not be gotten printed, yet we have published the in∣closed; both, because it tendeth very much to clear, That the way of protesting against every encroachment upon the liber∣ties of this Church, is no new thing, but hath been the con∣stant practice of our faithful Predecessors, from the beginning of the work of Reformation: And also, because it doth con∣tain a particular Testimony against the Ratification of the Pa∣per, given by the Commission of the Kirk, to the Parliament, anent the confinement of the Ministers of Sterline, and of all other Papers prejudicial to the Covenant and Cause of Jesus Christ.
REASONS PROVING, That the late Meeting at St. Andrews is not a Lawful Free GENERAL-ASSEMBLY Of the KIRK of SCOTLAND, With ANSWERS to the OBjECTIONS on the contrary
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The Inscription of the Vindication.
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INSTANCES of the Influence that the Letter and Act of the Commission of the Gen. Assembly 1650. had upon several Pres∣byteries and Synods, and upon several persons therein, in the Election of Commissioners to the Assembly 1651. and in the Citing of these of their Number who were dis-satisfied with the Publick Resolutions as they are attested out of the Registers, or by Members of these Presbyteries and Synods, who were Witnesses to their Proceedings in these things.
1. Instance in the Presbytery of Jedburgh.
2. Instance in the Presbyterie of Dunkel.
3. Instance in the Synod of Perth.
4. Instance in the Presbytery of Kirkaldie.
5. Instance in the Presbytery of Glasgow.
6. Instance in the Presbitery of Biggar.
7. Instance in the Presbytery of the Merns.
PAPERS betwixt the ASSEMBLY and COMMITTEE.
PAPER sent into the ASSEMBLY.
Reasons why these who dis-approved the Publick Resolutions and Acts at Dundee, Ratifying the same, and ordaining censures to passe upon the opposers and unsatisfied, cannot keep the Assembly now indicted, nor be consenting unto the Election of Commissioners for that effect.
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A Solemn Acknowledgement of publick Sins and Breaches of the Covenant; And a solemn Engagement to all the Duties contained therin, namely those which do in a more special way relate unto the Dangers of these Times.