A covenant for religion, king & countrey. : Made by the lords, knights, gentlemen, burgesses, ministers, and Commons of the Kingdome of Scotland. VVherein they declare how they are bound in conscience to defend the true Protestant religion, and the kings person, with the laws of the kingdome. Wherunto is annexed, His Maties [sic] entertainment at Hereford on Saterday last, being the first of October. With a worthy speech spoken to his Majesty by the recorder of Hereford. Wherein is manifested to His Majesty the lamentable condition that this kingdome will be in, if war should continue. Withall declaring the resolution of that city, to stand for the king and Parliament.
- London : Printed for Henry Hutton, Oct. 7. 1642.
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- Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.
Covenants (Church polity) -- Early works to 1800.
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