Scottish Presbyterianism Re-Established: The Case of Stirling and Dublane, 1687-1710

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A local history of Presbyterianism as the new governance of the Church of Scotland

In 1690, the Church of Scotland rejected episcopal authority and settled as Presbyterian. The adjacent Presbyteries of Stirling and Dunblane covered an area that included both lowland and highland communities, speaking both English and Gaelic and supporting both the new government and the old - thus forming a fairly representative picture of the nation as a whole.

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