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Page xv - God, endeavour in our several places and callings, the preservation of the reformed religion in the church of Scotland, in doctrine, worship, discipline, and government, against our common enemies; the reformation of religion in the kingdoms of England and Ireland, in doctrine, worship, discipline, and government, according to the Word of God, and the example of the best reformed churches...
Page vi - ... loan of monies, or otherwise at their " charge, have assisted the commonwealth, or shall " in like manner hereafter assist the commonwealth " in time of extreme danger, may be repaid all
Page xiii - The First Two Stuarts and the Puritan Revolution (Epochs of Modern History Series...
Page xvi - I do likewise swear, that my coming and submitting myself under the power and protection of the parliament, is without any manner of design whatsoever, to the prejudice of the proceedings of this present parliament, and without- the direction, privity, or advice of the king, or any of his council or officers, other than what I have now made known. So help me God, and the contents of this book.
Page xv - I also believe that Salvation cannot be merited by Works, and all doctrines in affirmation of the said points I do abjure and renounce without any equivocation, mental reservation or secret evasion whatsoever, taking the words by me spoken according to the common and usual meaning of them. So help me God.
Page vii - Power to levy the same, shall be forthwith seized and sequestered into the hands of the Sequestrators and Committees hereafter in this Ordinance named : And of such other Persons as shall at any other time hereafter be appointed and nominated by Both Houses of Parliament for any County, City, or Place within the Realm of England or Dominion of Wales...
Page 183 - Bispham, then deceased; she therefore prayed that she might be admitted to contract for the same (13 January, 1653[-4]). Referred to Mr. Reading.
Page vii - ... Arms against the Parliament, or have been, are or shall be in actual War against the same, or have voluntarily contributed, or shall voluntarily contribute, not being under the power of any part of the King's Army at the time of such contributing, any Money, Horse, Plate, Arms. Munition. or other Aid or Assistance, for or towards the maintenance of any Forces raised against the Parliament, or for the opposing of any Force or Power raised by Authority of Both Houses of Parliament...
Page 257 - ... 316. fo. 289. Letter dated Preston, 21 September, 1654. fo. 291. Letter dated 26 January, 1653[-4], at Ormskirk. This shows Mr. Dunn's account. (First Series, Vol. xxi., No. 613, fols. 339, &c.) fo. 339. Printed certificate, signed by John Nye, registrar, dated 12 May, 1654, shewing that petitioner was a person qualified to preach the Gospel, and therefore fit to receive the augmentation which had formerly settled upon him or the place where he preached.
Page 71 - Communication dated at Preston 6 September, 1652, signed by Robert Cunliffe and G. Pigott, mentioning...

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