The Scotch-mist cleared up :
to prevent Englishmen from being wet to the skin. Being a true account of the proceedings against Archibald Earl of Argyle, for high-treason. Wherein are contained eight reasons of several conformable ministers in Scotland against the Test: 1. The confession of faith. 2. The test. 3. The Earl of Argyles explanation. 4. The explanation of the secret council. 5. The charge against the said Earl. 6. His trial. 7. The act concerning the Test. With animadversions on the whole affair.
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[London? : s.n., 1681]
An attack on the Test act of 1681.
Imprint from Wing.
Physical description: 45, , p. 46,  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), S957
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