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" First, the precentor about half an hour before the preacher comes, reads two or three chapters to the congregation of what part of scripture he pleases, or as the minister gives him directions. As soon as the preacher gets into the pulpit the precentor... "
Culross and Tulliallan: Or, Perthshire on Forth - Sivu 382
tekijä(t) David Beveridge - 1885 - 7 sivua
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Selections from the Records of the Kirk Session, Presbytery, and Synod of ...

Church of Scotland. Synod of Aberdeen, Spalding Club (Aberdeen, Scotland) - 1846 - 353 sivua
...psalm, singing with the people till the minister, by some sign, orders him to give over. The psalm over, the preacher begins, confessing sins and begging pardon,...delivered always by heart, and therefore sometimes spoiled by battologies, little impertinences, and incoherence in their discourses. The sermon finished, he...

Publications, Numero 15

Spalding Club, Aberdeen - 1846
...psalm, singing with the people till the minister, by some sign, orders him to give over. The psalm over, the preacher begins, confessing sins and begging pardon,...delivered always by heart, and therefore sometimes spoiled by battologies, little impertinences, and incoherence in their discourses. The sermon finished, he...

Culross and Tulliallan: Or, Perthshire on Forth, Nide 1

David Beveridge - 1885 - 7 sivua
...depends on these par-ticulars. First, the precentor, about half an hour before the preacher conies, reads two or three chapters to the congregation, of...their discourses. The sermon finished, he returns to prayer,—thanks God for that oppor-tunity to deliver His Word, prays for all mankind, for all Christians,...

Old Church Life in Scotland: Lectures on Kirk-session and Presbytery Records

Andrew Edgar - 1885 - 367 sivua
...orders him to give over. The Psalm over, the preacher begins confessing sins and begging pardon. . . . Then he goes to sermon, delivered always by heart, and therefore sometimes spoiled by battologies, little impertinences and incoherence." Strange to say the only references to a reader...

Bygone Church Life in Scotland

William Andrews - 1899 - 269 sivua
...orders him to give over. The psalm over, the preacher begins confessing sins and begging pardon .... then he goes to sermon, delivered always by heart, and, therefore, sometimes spoiled by battologies, little impertinences, and incoherence." The reader was usually also precentor, and...

The Session Book of Bunkle and Preston, 1665-1690

Bunkle and Preston, Scot. (Parish) - 1900 - 173 sivua
...recollections of the country when he was serving there as chaplain to an English regiment in 1689: — "First, the precentor, about half an hour before the...delivered always by heart, and, therefore, sometimes spoilt with battologies, little impertinencies, and incoherence in their discourses. The sermon finished,...

The Early History of Stichill: Stichill During the Commonwealth. The Church ...

George Gunn - 1901 - 184 sivua
...him to give over. The Psalm ended, the preacher begins confessing sins and begging pardon, exhalting the holiness and majesty of God, and setting before...delivered always by heart, and, therefore, sometimes spoilt with battologies, little impertinencies, and incoherence in their discourses. The sermon finished,...




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