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" Church ;— and further declare that no person shall be held to be entitled to disapprove, as aforesaid, who shall refuse, if required, solemnly to declare, in presence of the Presbytery, that he is actuated by no factious or malicious motive, but solely... "
Tracts - Page 5
by British anti-state-church assoc - 1850
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The Christian Teacher, 5. köide

1843
...aforesaid, who shall refuse, if required, solemnly to declare, in presence of the Presbytery, that he is actuated by no factious or malicious motive, but solely by a conscientious regard to the spiritual interest of himself or the congregation." These are the words of what is now better known under . the...
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History of the Church of Scotland: From the Introduction of Christianity to ...

William Maxwell Hetherington - 1843 - 304 lehte
...aforesaid, who shall refuse, if required, solemnly to declare, in presence of the Presbytery, that he is actuated by no factious or malicious motive, but solely by a conscientious regard to the spiritual interest of himself or the congregation." it may be expedient to transcribe the usual form of a Call....
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Brief Notes on the Church of Scotland from 1555 to 1842

Edward Charles Harington - 1843 - 117 lehte
...so by the patron and presentee, or any member of the Presbytery, shall solemnly declare " that he is actuated by no factious or malicious motive, but solely by a conscientious regard to the spiritual * See a « Letter to the Lord Chancellor," by the Dean of Faculty. interests* of himself and the congregation."...
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The Exodus of the Church of Scotland: And the Claims of the Free Church of ...

Thomas Smyth - 1844 - 146 lehte
...to declare, in presence of the presbytery, that he is actuated by no factious or malicious mo^live, but solely by a conscientious regard to the spiritual interests of himself or congregation; and resolve that a committee be appointed to report to an interim diet of the Assembly...
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The Scottish Church Question

Adolphus Sydow - 1845 - 201 lehte
...aforesaid, who shall refuse, if required, solemnly to declare in presence of the Pres\ bytery, that he is actuated by no factious or malicious / motive, but...spiritual interests of himself or the congregation." In the few lines of this enactment, reasonable as it seems, and unpregnant of any violent consequences,...
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Scotland, Its Faith and Its Features: Or, A Visit to Blair Athol

Francis Trench - 1846
...aforesaid, who shall refuse, if required, solemnly to declare in presence of the Presbytery, that he is actuated by no factious or malicious motive, but solely...conscientious regard to the spiritual interests of himself and the congregation." Now the first question of any one interested in the subject will be, why was...
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History of the Church of Scotland, from the Introduction of ..., 1. köide

William Maxwell Hetherington - 1848
...aforesaid, who shall refuse, if required, solemnly to declare, in presence of the Presbytery, that he is actuated by no factious or malicious motive, but solely by a conscientious regard to the spiritual interest of himself or the congregation." It may be expedient to transcribe the usual form of a Call....
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Germany, England, and Scotland: Or, Recollections of a Swiss Minister

Jean Henri Merle d'Aubigné - 1848 - 371 lehte
...aforesaid, who shall refuse, if required, solemnly to declare, in presence of the Presbytery, that he is actuated by no factious or malicious motive, but solely, by a conscientious regard to the spiritual interest of himself or the congregation." This important act became, if not the cause, at least the...
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The Ten Years' Conflict: Being the History of the Disruption of ..., 1. köide

Robert Buchanan - 1849
...declaration which the very fact of their dissenting implied their readiness to take, that they were actuated "by no factious or malicious motive, but...conscientious regard to the spiritual interests of themselves or the congregation." In these circumstances the course of the presbytery could not be otherwise...
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The Ten Years' Conflict: Being the History of the Disruption of ..., 1. köide

Robert Buchanan - 1849
...declaratiou which the very fact CHA?.VHI. of their dissenting implied their readiness to take, that they were actuated "by no factious or malicious motive, but...conscientious regard to the spiritual interests of themselves or the congregation." In these circumstances the course of the presbytery ^p1^,,0/. could...
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