The national convenant, or The confession of faith of the Kirk of Scotland. Subscribed at first by the King's Majesty and his Houshold, in the year 1580. Thereafter by persons of all ranks, in the year 1581, by ordinance of the Lords of the Secret Council, and acts of the General Assembly. Subscribed again by all sorts of persons in the year 1590, by a new ordinance of council, at the desire of the General Assembly; with a general bond for maintainance of the true religion, and the Kings person. And now subscribed in the year 1638, by us, noblemen, barons, gentlemen, burgesses, ministers and commons, then under-subscribing: together, with our resolution and promises for the causes after specified, to mantain [sic] the said true religion, ... Subscribed again in the year 1639, by ordinance of Council, and act of General Assembly. The tenor whereof here followeth.
Re-printed in the year. [sic, i.e. 1680?]
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