The Free Church case [electronic resource] : containing 1. What the pursuers asked. 2. Their statement of the grounds of their claim. 3. The answers of the defenders. 4. A verbatim report of the opinions of the judges in the Court of Session and House of Lords / edited by Allan M'Neil
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- [Buffalo, NY] : William S. Hein & Co., 
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1 electronic text (viii, 231 p.) : PDF fil
- Free Church of Scotland -- Trials, litigation, etc.
United Free Church of Scotland -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Church and state -- Scotland -- History -- 19th century.
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- Mode of access: World Wide Web.
- Print version published: Glasgow : William Hodge & Company, 1904
"A minority of the Free Church [of Scotland] disapproved of the union [of the Free Church of Scotland with the United Free Church of Scotland] of 1900, and their claim to retain the property of the church was upheld, on appeal, by the House of Lords in 1904"--cf. Encyclopedia Britannica. 14th ed. v. 20
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- McNeil, Allan
United Free Church of Scotland, defendant
Scotland. Court of Session
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords
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