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Monro Alexander D 1715
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An Account of the present persecution of the Church in Scotland in several letters

London : Printed for S. Cook, 1690

 
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An apology for the clergy of Scotland chiefly oppos'd to the censures, calumnies, and accusations of a late Presbyterian vindicator, in a letter to a friend : wherein his vanity, partiality and sophistry are modestly reproved, and the legal establishment of episcopacy in that kingdom, from the beginning of the Reformation, is made evident from history and the records of Parliament : together with a postscript, relating to a scandalous pamphlet intituled, An answer to The Scotch Presbyterian eloquence
Monro, Alexander, d. 1715?
London : Printed for Jos. Hindmarsh ..., 1693

 
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The hierarchical bishops claim to a divine right, tried at the scripture-bar, or, A consideration of the pleadings for prelacy from pretended Scriptural arguments, presented and offered by Dr. Scott, in his book intituled, The Christian life, part II, A.M., D.D. in his Enquiry into the New Opinions, &c., and by the author of the second part of the Survey of Naphtali ...
Forrester, Thomas, 1635?-1706
Edinburgh : Printed by James Watson ..., 1699

 
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An enquiry into the new opinions, chiefly propagated by the Presbyterians of Scotland together with some animadversions on a late book, entitled, A defence of The vindication of the kirk : in a letter to a friend at Edinburgh
Monro, Alexander, d. 1715?
London : Printed for Walter Kettilby, 1696

 
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A letter to a friend giving an account of all the treatises that have been publish'd with relation to the present persecution against the Church of Scotland
Monro, Alexander, d. 1715?
London : Printed for Joseph Hindmarsh ..., 1692

 
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A letter to the Honourable Sir Robert Howard, occasioned by a late book entituled, A two-fold vindication of the late Archbishop of Canterbury, and of the author of The history of religion
Monro, Alexander, d. 1715?
London : Printed for E. Whitlock ..., 1696

 
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Presbyterian inquisition as it was lately practised against the professors of the Colledge of Edinburgh, August and September, 1690 in which the spirit of Presbytery and their present method of procedure is plainly discovered, matter of fact by undeniable instances cleared, and libels against particular persons discussed
Monro, Alexander, d. 1715?
London : Printed for J. Hindmarsh ..., 1691

 
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A short account of the reformation in which, ... it is plainly proven, that episcopacy was the first legaly [sic] established church government in Scotland. In which also the first rise of Presbytery is accounted for. Written by the late Reverend ... Dr. Alexander Monro.
Monro, Alexander, d. 1715?.
Edinburgh : printed for John Ramsay, and are to be sold at his house, 1719.

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The spirit of calumny and slander, examin'd, chastis'd, and expos'd, in a letter to a malicious libeller more particularly address'd to Mr. George Ridpath, newsmonger, near St. Martins in the Fields : containing some animadversions on his scurrilous pamphlets, published by him against the kings, Parliaments, laws, nobility and clergy of Scotland : together with a short account of Presbyterian principles and consequential practices
Monro, Alexander, d. 1715?
London : Printed for Joseph Hindmarsh ..., 1693

 
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