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Author: Baillie, Robert, 1599-1662.
Title: An historicall vindication of the government of the Church of Scotland: from the manifold base calumnies which the most malignant of the prelats did invent of old, and now lately have been published with great industry in two pamphlets at London. The one intituled Issachars burden, &c. written and published at Oxford by John Maxwell, a Scottish prelate, excommunicate by the Church of Scotland, and declared an unpardonable incendiary by the parliaments of both kingdoms. The other falsly intituled A declaration made by King James in Scotland, concerning church-government and presbyteries; but indeed written by Patrick Adamson, pretended Archbishop of St. Andrews, contrary to his own conscience, as himselfe on his death-bed did confesse and subscribe before many witneses in a write hereunto annexed. By Robert Baylie minister at Glasgow. Published according to order.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An historicall vindication of the government of the Church of Scotland: from the manifold base calumnies which the most malignant of the prelats did invent of old, and now lately have been published with great industry in two pamphlets at London. The one intituled Issachars burden, &c. written and published at Oxford by John Maxwell, a Scottish prelate, excommunicate by the Church of Scotland, and declared an unpardonable incendiary by the parliaments of both kingdoms. The other falsly intituled A declaration made by King James in Scotland, concerning church-government and presbyteries; but indeed written by Patrick Adamson, pretended Archbishop of St. Andrews, contrary to his own conscience, as himselfe on his death-bed did confesse and subscribe before many witneses in a write hereunto annexed. By Robert Baylie minister at Glasgow. Published according to order.
Baillie, Robert, 1599-1662., Adamson, Patrick, 1537-1592. Recantation of Maister Patrik Adamsone, sometime archbishop of Saint-Androwes in Scotlande., Welch, John, 1568?-1622.

London: printed for Samuel Gellibrand at the Brasen-Serpent in Pauls-Churchyard, 1646.
Subject terms:
Presbyterianism
Maxwell, John, -- 1590?-1647. -- Presbytery display'd
Adamson, Patrick, -- 1537-1592. -- Declaratioun of the Kings Majesties intentioun and meaning toward the lait actis of Parliament
Church of Scotland -- Government -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A77444.0001.001

Contents
title page
For his Reverend and wel beloved Brother Master ROBERT BLAIRE, Minister of St. Andrewes.
table of contents
THE UNLOADING OF ISSACHARS BURTHEN.
to the reader
An ANSWER to the DECLARATION.
part
part
Two pious and Propheticall LETTERS of Master Jo. Welch, which he wrote out of his Prison, after the sentence of Death was pronounced against him; onely for his testimony against Erastianisme and Prelacy.
The first to the Lady Flemming .
This second Letter was written before the first to Sir William Levinstone of Kilsyth, one of the Lords of the Colledge of Iustice.