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Author: Stockdale, William, d. 1693.
Title: The doctrines and principles: the persecution, imprisonment, banishment, excommunicating of the saints of God, by the priests and magistrates of Scotland, contrary to the doctrine of Christ and the Apostles ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The doctrines and principles: the persecution, imprisonment, banishment, excommunicating of the saints of God, by the priests and magistrates of Scotland, contrary to the doctrine of Christ and the Apostles ...
Stockdale, William, d. 1693.

London: Printed for Robert Wilson ..., 1659.
Subject terms:
Quakers -- Persecutions -- England
Society of Friends -- Doctrines -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93918.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE DOCTRINES AND PRINCIPLES Of the Priests of Scotland, &c.
A short Relation of the Ʋnjust sufferings of the People of God, called Quakers, by those un∣reasonable cursing Priests, who covet after in∣nocent blood, as the Reader may finde in this ensuing Treatise.
Hugh Archballs Doctrine and Principles, Priest of Stravan in Evendale, These are his Prin∣ciples as follow.
John Hume, Priests of Lesmahagow, His Prin∣ciples as followes, who got into a Steeple∣house, and shut the door upon him; thus he taught the people.
Henry Foreside, Priest of the Parish of Lingee in Dunbarton-shire, said in his Preach∣ing to the People.
James Dorram, called Minister of Glascow, his Principles.
Lodowick Simerell, Priest of the new parish of Munckland, his Principles and Doctrines.
John Castaires, called Minister of Glascow, his Principles.
The Priests first Curse that all the people were to say Amen to.
The Priests second Curse, which all the People were to say Amen to.
The Priests third Curse, to which all the people were to say Amen.
The Priests fourth Curse, to which all the people were to say Amen.
The Priests fifth Curse, to which all the people were to say Amen.
John Humes, Priest of Lismahagow, his Principles.
James Nesmith Priest of Hambleton, his Principles.
Henry Foreside Priest of Lingiah in Dunbarton shire, His Doctrine and PRINCIPLES.
Thomas Garwine, Priest of Edenborough, his Doctrine and PRINCIPLES.
Lodowick Semerell, Priest of the new Steeple-house of Monkeland, his proceedings towards Margaret Hambleton.
The Causes laid down by the Priests why they excommunicated Friends.
The grosse Scottish Doctrines of the Scottish Priests Reproved, That all may see, whe∣ther those be worthy to suffer, which re∣prove such Doctrines.
A Relation of some of the Sufferings of Friends to the Truth in Scotland.
The Heads of that which past in Discourse betwixt the People called Quakers, and the two Priests of Hambleton, in the Priests house: The Names of the Priests are, Jam. Nesmith, and John English; in which Discourse they have ma∣nifested themselves, and all the rest of their Generation to be none of the Ministers of Christ, but the Ministers of Anti-christ, who preaches another Gospel then the Apostles did; as in the Discourse following you may plainly see. And also some Reasons why we deny them.
The second Priest, John English.
Reasons why we deny them, and the Priests of their Generation.