A memorial for His Highness the Prince of Orange, in relation to the affairs of Scotland
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A memorial for His Highness the Prince of Orange, in relation to the affairs of Scotland together with the Address of the Presbyterian Party in that Kingdom to His Highness; and some observations on that address. by George Mackenzie Earl of Cromarty

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Published by R. Taylor in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • William -- III, -- King of England, -- 1650-1702.,
  • Scotland -- Church history -- 17th century

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementBy two persons of quality.
ContributionsMackenzie, George, Sir, 1636-1691,, Church of Scotland. General Assembly.
The Physical Object
Pagination30 p.
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18880520M

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A selection of Episcopalian arguments and Presbyterian responses at the revolution can be found in the following, An Apologie for Presbyterie, for removing Prejudices (); A Memorial for his Highness the Prince of Orange in Relation to the affairs of Scotland, together with the Address of the Presbyterian party in that kingdom to his. 58 A true list of the Knights, Citizens and Burgesses, Summoned by the letter of His Highness the Prince of Orange, To Meet at Westminster the 22th [sic] of January, /9. As they have been returned to the Office of the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery (London, ). 24 [Sage, John], The Case of the Present Afflicted Clergy in Scotland Truly Represented (London, ), pp. 5 – 6; [Leslie], An Answer to a Book, sig. b2; [Sir Mackenzie, George], A Memorial for His Highness the Prince of Orange, in Relation to the Affairs of Scotland (London, ) (hereafter cited as Memorial), p. - a prince cannot maintain his state without a degree of skill when the actions of a prince are marked by it he may easily "capture" the attention of his soldiers and citizens - if met with bad fortune or the wrong set of circumstances, may lose his state.

'Memorial for his Highness the Prince of Orange in relation to the Affairs of Scotland, together with the Address of the Presbyterian party in that Kingdom to his Highness, and some Observations on that Address by two Persons of Quality,' published anonymously, London, Brief view and survey of the dangerous and pernicious errors to church and state, in Mr. Hobbes’s book, entitled Leviathan. Edward Hyde Clarendon. Prince of Orange is a title of nobility.. The title is used by members of the House of Orange-Nassau, as heirs to the crown of the also used by members of the House of the moment, the title is used by Prince Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands (Orange-Nassau), Georg Friedrich, Prince of Prussia (Hohenzollern) and Guy, Marquis de Mailly-Neslé, Prince d'Orange. Martis, 22 die Januarii, Meeting of Convention. Mr. Powle chosen Speaker. HIS Highness the Prince of Orange having, at the Desire of divers of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and of the Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses, of the Parliaments in the Reign of the late King Charles the Second, assembled at Westminster on the Twenty-sixth Day of December , issued out his Letters for.