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A friendly answer of a letter, written by a Presbyterian to his friend, touching presbytery. In which Answer and Postscript, is plainly and fairly made appear, how justly the horrid Sin of Schism, and sundry other gross Errors, are chargeable upon the Presbyterians in Scotland. Here also is offered, A reasonable Answer to the Papists, who charge all the Reform'd, without Distinction, with Heresy and Schism. Reasonable Satisfaction is here likewise given to those, who charge the present Suffering Church of Scotland with Innovations; such as, Praying for the Dead, Anointing the Sick with Oyl, &c. And lastly, The Divine Right of Episcopacy, is here fairly established; and the True Church described. By a suffering member of the afflicted Church of Scotland.

  • Suffering member of the afflicted Church of Scotland.
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Printed in the Year M.DCC.XXVI. [1726]
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Edinburgh : [s.n.], Printed in the Year M.DCC.XXVI. [1726]

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64p. ; 80.

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ESTC T137173

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