3 edition of The speech of Mr. John Glas before the commission of the general assembly, March 11. 1730 found in the catalog.
The speech of Mr. John Glas before the commission of the general assembly, March 11. 1730
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 5238, no. 21.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
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Get this from a library. The speech of Mr. John Glas before the commission of the general assembly, March [John Glas]. On appeal to the assembly, great efforts were made in his favour by influential elders, including Duncan Forbes (–) [q.
v.] then lord advocate, who pleaded for indulgence to the speculative opinions of a man of high character and usefulness. The speech of Mr. John Glas before the commission of the general assembly At length, on 12 Marchthe commission of assembly affirmed the deposition.
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