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Ο Ν Τ Η Ε

FOEDERAL TRANSACTIONS

B E T W EEN

GOD AND HIS CHURCH,

BOTH BEFORE AND SINCE

THE CANON OF SCRIPTURE

WAS COMPLETED.

BY JOHN MUIR H E A D,

MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL, KELSO.

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- Κρατώμες της ΟΜΟΛΟΓΙ'ΑΣ.” Ηeb. iv. Ι4.

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PRINTED BY: JAMES PALMER.

MDCCLXXXII,

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THEN the following DISSER

TATIONS were composed, the author had not refolved whether he should submit them to the review of the public or not. Several divines had already written on the subject of Covenanting, with distinguished fuccess. Scarce any thing could be said, in the form of Sermons, but what they had observed. He did not choose to repeat to a Congregation what every one might read in the closet. These things determined him to confine his attention to what may be called the HistoRY OF FOEDERAL TRANSACTIONS, that he might illustrate the argument deduced, from the example of the Saints in

every age. It immediately occ ed to him, that this province had been less occupied than others; and that two advantages might accrue from this plan: It would appear, in the first place, That, though Covenanters have few,

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