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Author: Durham, James, 1622-1658.
Title: The dying man's testament to the Church of Scotland, or, A treatise concerning scandal divided into four parts ... : in each of which there are not a few choice and useful questions, very shortly and satisfyingly discussed and cleared / by ... Mr. James Durham ... who being dead (by this) yet speaketh ; and published by John Carstares ... ; to which is prefixed an excellent preface of famous Mr. Blair ... ; together with a table of the contents of the several chapters of each part.
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Print source: The dying man's testament to the Church of Scotland, or, A treatise concerning scandal divided into four parts ... : in each of which there are not a few choice and useful questions, very shortly and satisfyingly discussed and cleared / by ... Mr. James Durham ... who being dead (by this) yet speaketh ; and published by John Carstares ... ; to which is prefixed an excellent preface of famous Mr. Blair ... ; together with a table of the contents of the several chapters of each part.
Durham, James, 1622-1658., Blair, Robert, 1593-1666.

Edinburgh: Printed by Christopher Higgins ..., 1659.
Subject terms:
Church of Scotland.
Church polity -- Early works to 1800.
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Contents
PART III. Concerning Doctrinall Scandals, or Scan∣dalous Errours.
PART IIII. Concerning Scandalous Divisions.