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                               THE
                 PROTESTATION
               OF THE GENERALL
              ASSEMBLIE OF THE
    CHURCH OF SCOTLAND, AND OF
          THE NOBLEMEN, BARONS,
      GENTLEMEN, BORROWES, MI-
         NISTERS AND COMMONS;

     Subscribers of the Covenant, lately
renewed, made in the high Kirk, and at the
 Mercate Crosse of Glasgow, the 28, and 29.
                   of November
1638.

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  Printed at Glasgow by George Anderson,
           in the Yeare of Grace,
1638.

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Protestation of the Generall Assemblie of the Church of Scotland, and of the noblemen, barons, gentlemen, borrowes, ministers and commons; subscribers of the Covenant, lately renewed, made in the high Kirk, and at the Mercate Crosse of Glasgow, the 28, an
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