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2 edition of treatise of church-lands & tithes, in two parts. found in the catalog.

treatise of church-lands & tithes, in two parts.

Forbes, William advocate

treatise of church-lands & tithes, in two parts.

Containing, an historical account of ecclesiastical revenues, churches, church-yards, church-offices, benefices, glebes, manses, patronage, monachism, religious, and some military-orders, with a particular history of tithes: and a clear and full discusion of points of right and controversy, relating to these matters; and shewing how far the Scots and canon laws do agree, and differ; a distinct explanation of actions before the commission, concerning ministers stipends; tithes; erectin or transplanting churches, and the inlarging or restricting parishes; and of actions about ministers stipends, tithes, &c., falling under the cognisance of the Lords of Session.

by Forbes, William advocate

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Published by Printed by the heirs and successors of A. Anderson, Printer to the Queen; and to be sold at J. Vallange"s shop in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ecclesiastical law -- Scotland,
  • Church lands -- Scotland,
  • Tithes -- Scotland

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination[16], 450, [23] p.
    Number of Pages450
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19790320M

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A treatise of church-lands & tithes: in two parts. Containing an historical account of ecclesiastical revenues, churches, church-yards, church-offices, benefices, glebes, manses, patronage.

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