The Wheat and the Chaff Gathered Into Bundles; A Statistical Contribution Towards the History of the Recent Disruption of the Scottish Ecclesiastical Establishment

The Wheat and the Chaff Gathered Into Bundles; A Statistical Contribution Towards the History of the Recent Disruption of the Scottish Ecclesiastical Establishment

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1843 edition. Excerpt: ...7 Kirkaldy, .... 9 Cupar, ... 9 St Andrews, ....5 Total Free Church ministers in Synod, . 30 The above total comprises--1. Ministers of endowed parishes, ... 23 2. Ministers of unendowed do., .... 7 Total of adhering ministers, The above number comprises--1. Ministers of endowed parishes, Professors, &c, Class 1, 33 Class 2, 16--49 2. of unendowed parishes, Professors, &c, Class 1, 1 Class 2, 3--4 Vacant ParisJteS. Presbytery of Kirkaldy, ..... 1 " St Andrews, .., . i XLVI.--PRESBYTERY OF MEIGLE. 1. FREE CHURCH. David White, Airlie, 1833 Robert Macdonald, Blairgowrie, 1837 2. RESIDUARY ESTABLISHMENT. Class Firtt. James Mitchell, D.D., Meigle, 1808 William Ramsay, Alyth, 1817 Patrick Barty, Ruthven, I823 John Moon, Newtyle, 1825 Patrick J. Stevenson, Coupar-Angus, 1828 James Flowerdew, Essie, 1828 James Watt, G Ion i si a, 1828 James S. Barty, Bendochy, I829 Francis Carman, Lintrathen, I831 James Haldane, Kingoldrum, 1838 J. M'Duff, Kettins, 1842 Clott First. None. XLVII.--PRESBYTERY OF FORFAR. 1. FREE CHURCH. William Clugston, Forfar, 1817 Donald Fergusson, Dunnichen, I837 Daniel Cormick, South Church, Kirriemuir, 183g 2. RESIDUARY ESTABLISHMENT. Class First. John Buist, Tannadice, 17QR Robert Lunan, Kinnettles, ig0- John Crombie, D.D., Aberlemno, I819 William Ogilvy, Cortachy, 182g T. J. Crawford, Glammis, I834 Class Second. Thomas Easton, D.D., Kirriemuir, 18io Long a professor of very high Evangelical and popular principles Was a candidate for the Greek Professorship at Glasgow when the late Sir Daniel K. Sandford was elected to the chair, and obtained his Doctorship from the Faculty immediately after his defeat. Was the author of a very singular and very vehement...show more

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  • Paperback | 54 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 113g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236553306
  • 9781236553300