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The late proceedings and votes of the Parliament of Scotland

Ferguson, Robert

The late proceedings and votes of the Parliament of Scotland

contained in an address delivered to the King, signed by the plurality of the members thereof, stated and vindicated

by Ferguson, Robert

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Published by Printed by Andrew Hepburn in Glasgow .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Scotland. -- Parliament,
  • Scotland -- Politics and government -- 1689-1745

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1615:19
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination42 p
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15016673M

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The late proceedings and votes of the Parliament of Scotland: contained in an address delivered to the King, signed by the plurality of the members thereof, stated and vindicated. The late proceedings and votes of the Parliament of Scotland contained in an address delivered to the King / signed by the plurality of the members thereof, stated and : d.

Robert Ferguson. THE LATE Proceedings and VOTES OF THE PARLIAMENT OF SCOTLAND, &c. TO remain silent under the Aspersions which some busy, but either weak or ill Men, are endeavouring to fasten, not only upon the Proceedings, but upon divers of the most Honourable and Loyal Members of Parliament, were to be no less treacherous to his Majesty.

It is too evident, either to be denied or Apologized for, that all the Laws, Priviledges, and Rights of the Kingdom of Scotland, have under the Late Reigns, been not only Usurped upon and Invaded, but Subverted and Overthrown.

For by gradual Inlargements of the Prero&rehy;gative, beyond what was allowed by the Rules of the Con&rehy;stitution, and the Statutes of the. The Late Proceedings and Votes of the Parliament of Scotland Contained in an Address Delivered to the King, Signed by the Plurality of the Members Thereof, Stated and Vindicated Author: Robert Ferguson.

The late proceedings and votes of the Parliament of Scotland contained in an address delivered to the King, signed by the plurality of the members thereof, stated and vindicated.

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