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Cover of: The Scottish paraphrases by collected and prepared by a committee of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in order to be sung in churches; an account of their history, authors, and sources, together with the minutes of the General Assembly and extracts from Presbytery records relative thereto; reprints of the editions of 1745, 1751, and 1781; information regarding hymns contemporary with the paraphrases, and some account of the Scripture Songs of 1706, by Douglas J. MacLagan.

The Scottish paraphrases
being translations and paraphrases in verse of several passages of Sacred Scripture
collected and prepared by a committee of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in order to be sung in churches; an account of their history, authors, and sources, together with the minutes of the General Assembly and extracts from Presbytery records relative thereto; reprints of the editions of 1745, 1751, and 1781; information regarding hymns contemporary with the paraphrases, and some account of the Scripture Songs of 1706, by Douglas J. MacLagan.

Published by A. Elliot in Edinburgh .

The Physical Object

Pagination viii, 196 p. facs.

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Open Library OL7085517M
Internet Archive scottishparaphra00churuoft

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