Acts of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland 1638-1842. Originally published by Edinburgh Printing & Publishing Co, Edinburgh, 1843.
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The principal acts of the general assembly, convened at Edinburgh, May 20, 1773.
I. Sess. 1, May 20, 1773.—The King's Commission to Charles Lord Cathcart produced, and ordered to be recorded.
II. Sess. 1, May 20, 1773.—The King's most gracious Letter to the General Assembly,presented to them by his Majesty's Commissioner. presented to them by his Majesty's Commissioner.
III. Sess. 3, May 22, 1773.—The General Assembly's Answer to the King's most gracious Letter.
IV. Sess. 4, May 24, 1773.—The General Assembly's Congratulatory Address to the King on the happy event of the Birth of a Prince.
V. Sess. 9, May 29, 1773.—Commission to some Ministers and Ruling Elders for Re-formation of the Highlands and Islands, and for managing his Majesty's Royal Bounty for that end. formation of the Highlands and Islands, and for managing his Majesty's Royal Bounty for that end.
VI. Sess. 9, May 29, 1773.—Commission to some Ministers and Ruling Elders for discussing Affairs referred to them.
VII. Sess. ult. May 31, 1773.—Act anent the neglect of Kirk-Sessions to purchase the Acts of Assembly.
The General Assembly did, and hereby do, revive the enactments of Assembly, 1645, p. 30, Assembly, 1700, Act 16, and Assembly, 1705, Act 18, recommending to all Kirk-Sessions to buy the printed Acts of Assembly, and enjoining Presbyteries and Synods to make inquiry at privy censures how far this recommendation is observed by the Sessions within their bounds.