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Whereas some have given out that by the Act of Councell, which explaineth the Confession of Faith lately commanded to be sworn by his Majestie, to be understood of the Confession of Faith, as it was then professed and received ...
Explanation of the meaning of the Oath and the Covenant Hamilton, James Hamilton, Duke of, 1606-1649.
Signed on B3r: Hammiltoun, i.e. James Hamilton, Duke of Hamilton.
Concerning the continuance of episcopal government in Scotland.
Title from opening words of text, A2r; imprint from A1r.
The last leaf is blank.
Later published with other works as: An explanation of the meaning of the Oath and the Covenant.
With: An answer to the profession and declaration made by Iames Marques of Hammilton ... imprinted at Edinburgh anno 1638, in December. Edinburgh: Printed by Iames Bryson, 1639.
, 19,  p.
[Imprinted at Edinburgh : By Robert Young, printer to the Kings most excellent Majestie. Cum privilegio, Anno 1638]
STC (2nd ed.) / 12728
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