Glimpses of pastoral work in the Covenanting times a record of the labours of Andrew Donaldson, minister at Dalgety, Fifeshire, 1644-1662 by Ross, William of Aberdour.

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Published by James Nisbet & Co. in London .

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  • Donaldson, Andrew, fl. 17th century,
  • Covenanters,
  • Dalgety (Fifeshire, Scotland)

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Statementby William Ross.
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Paginationxvi, 240 p. ;
Number of Pages240
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Open LibraryOL23301779M

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