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Correspondence between Joseph Hood Stott, one of the magistrates of Edinburgh, and the Rev. Dr Hunter, one of the city ministers, in regard to imprisonment of the former for non-payment of annuity-tax: also A letter addressed by Bailie Stott to all the city ministers.

Joseph Hood Stott
Cowen Tracts
1848
Contributed by: Newcastle University
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/60201421
Page Count: 16

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Topics: Churches, Christianity, Magistrates, Taxes, Clergy, Prisons, Pastors, Jails, Criminal punishment, Prisoners
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Correspondence between Joseph Hood Stott, one of the magistrates of Edinburgh, and the Rev. Dr Hunter, one of the city ministers, in regard to imprisonment of the former for non-payment of annuity-tax: also A letter addressed by Bailie Stott to all the city ministers.
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