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A proclamation for citing ministers vvho have not prayed for Their Majesties
Scotland. Privy Council
by Printed by the heir of Andrew Anderson, by the order of His Majesties Privy Council in Edinburgh
Written in English
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 848:55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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(marc) (stc) Steele III, (stc) Wing S (stc) Aldis, H.G. Scotland (vid). A proclamation for citing ministers vvho have not prayed for Their Majesties. By Scotland. Privy Council. Abstract. 1 sheet ( p.)"Edingburgh, Aug "Reproduction of original in Huntington Library Topics: Church and state -- Scotland -- Early works toAuthor: Scotland.
Privy Council. To have and to hold [microform] / by Mary Johnston; Having heard that some have wronged my words which I spoke before the committee of Parliament, concernin A proclamation for citing ministers vvho have not prayed for Their Majesties [microform].
Which being now done, and established anew after so serious a deliberation; Although We doubt not, but all our Subjects, both Ministers and others will receive the same with such reverence as appertaineth, and conform themselves thereunto every man in that which him concerneth: Yet have We thought it necessary, to make known by Proclamation Our authorizing of the same.
Close section The Proclamations of King Charles I – 1 A Proclamation of the Accession of Charles I. [London 27 March ]. James' Proclamation for the Use of the Book of Common Prayer () Gee, Henry, and William John Hardy, ed., Documents Illustrative of English Church History (New York: Macmillan, ), Hanover Historical Texts Project Scanned and proofread by Heather Haralson, May Posted by Raluca Preotu, July “Mission,” writes Pope John Paul II in Redemptoris Missio, “is a single but complex reality and it develops in various n is a multifaceted, complex reality.
In our book, Constants in Context, Roger Schroeder and I talk about mission as having six elements: (1) witness and proclamation; (2) liturgy, prayer, and contemplation; (3) justice, peace, and the Author: Stephen Bevans. For the directive that this be read by the minister and not an inferior official, see TNA, SP16// Bulstrode Whitlocke recalled the proclamation and prayer as part of the same propaganda initiative: Memorials of the English affairs (4 vols., Oxford, ), i, p.
Cited by: 5. Mr Patrick Galloway, as Moderatour of the last Assembly, was desired to have preached on the morne. He refused, alledging he knew nothing of that meeting, and was not provided. It was ansuered, that the meeting should be prorogued to the 22 of that instant, and so he should have time to be provided.
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let me not be humiliated, nor let my enemies triumph over me. 2 Let none who look to you be put to shame; * let the treacherous be disappointed in their schemes.
3 Show me your ways, O LORD, * and teach me your paths. 4 Lead me in your truth and teach me, * for you are the God of my salvation; in you have I trusted all the day long. And ordains the Sheriffs and their Deputs, Stewards, Baillies, and other Magistrates, within their respective Bounds, to give their Assistance for making the Premisses effectual; As also, that such Ministers who have not read the Proclamation, and prayed for King William and Queen Mary, according to the Tenor thereof, may be deprived of their Benefice, and restrained to.
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Together with his last prayer a little before his death. VVho died at Westminster the third of September.