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100 1 MacBride, Robert
245 14 The overtures transmitted by the General Synod, 1725, set
in a fair light: in answer to Mr. Higginbothom's late
print, entituled, reasons against the overtures
|h[electronic resource] :|bWherein a letter in M.S.
subscribed J. Boyse, coppy'd and spread by Mr.
Higginbothom, is also consider'd. The General Synod's
principles and practice, vindicated. Mr. Nevin's exclusion,
and Mr. Elder's suspension, defended, and the non-
confessing controversy laid open. The whole dedicated to
the presbytery of Rout. By Robert M"Bride, minister of the
Gospel. To which is added, a letter from a worthy minister
in the same presbytery, known for modesty and moderation
260 Belfast :|bPrinted by Robert Gardner,|cAnno Dom M.DCCXXVI.
300 71,18,p. ;|c4⁰
500 A reply to the work by Robert Higinbothom
500 With a final errata leaf
500 Reproduction of original from National Library of Scotland
509 The "ac" of "Mac" is printed by using (erroneously?)
opening inverted commas
510 English Short Title Catalog,|cT203254
533 Electronic reproduction.|bFarmington Hills, Mich. :
|cCengage Gale,|d2009.|nAvailable via the World Wide Web.
|nAccess limited by licensing agreements.|7s2009 miunns
610 20 General Synod of Ulster|vEarly works to 1800
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