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Alexander, Joseph Addison. “1. Presbytery and not Prelacy the Scriptural and Primitive Polity, proved from the testimonies of Scripture, the Fathers, the Schoolmen, the Reformers, and the English and Oriental Churches. Also, the Antiquity of Presbytery, including an account of the ancient Culdees and of St. Patrick. 2. Ecclessiastical Republicanism, or the Republicanism, Liberality and Catholicity of Presbytery, in contrast with Prelacy and Popery.” The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 15, no. 4 (1843): 550-561. http://journals.ptsem.edu/id/BR1843154/dmd005
1. Presbytery and not Prelacy the Scriptural and Primitive Polity, proved from the testimonies of Scripture, the Fathers, the Schoolmen, the Reformers, and the English and Oriental Churches. Also, the Antiquity of Presbytery, including an account of the ancient Culdees and of St. Patrick. 2. Ecclessiastical Republicanism, or the Republicanism, Liberality and Catholicity of Presbytery, in contrast with Prelacy and Popery (Page 550)
Joseph Addison Alexander
The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review, 1843

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