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A speech, delivered at the visitation of Downe and Conner, held in Lisnegarvy the 26th of September, 1638. Wherein, for the convincing of the nonconformists, there is a full confutation of the covenant lately sworne and subscribed by many in Scotland. [bound with another, as below]
London: Pr. by John Raworth, for George Thomason & Octavian Pullen, 1639. Small 4to.  f., 20 [i.e., 38] pp. [also bound in] Church of Scotland. General Assembly. An act published by the General Assembly of Scotland, being a forme of examination at the speciall desire of the Kirke; by them thought to be so needfull, that every pastor exhort his flocke to buy the said booke, and reade the same in their families; whereby they may be better instructed.... [London]: First printed at Edinburgh by R.W. And now reprinted at London by B. Alsop, and are to be sold by Henry Walker, 1641. Small 4to.  ff. Leslie (15801661) was the bishop of Down and Connor. The book of concern in the second publication was in fact the Act of the General Assembly, which was in essence a catechism. This second publication is very scarce. I: STC (2nd ed.) 15496; ESTC S108505. II: Wing (rev. ed.) C4196B; ESTC R29653. 20th-century cloth; all margins chipped. Lower margin of second work closely cropped with loss of one line of text and cutting into imprint, and also into one catchword. Age-toning.
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