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Opinion of the Bishop of Brechin, in the appeal of the Rev. P. Cheyne

Forbes, A. P.

Opinion of the Bishop of Brechin, in the appeal of the Rev. P. Cheyne

against the sentence of the Bishop of Aberdeen, at Aberdeen, 5th August 1858. With an appendix containing the presentment of the Rev. Gilbert Rorison, &c. ; and the judgement of the Bishop of Aberdeen.

by Forbes, A. P.

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Published by R. Lendrum in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cheyne, P.,
  • Lord"s Supper -- Real presence,
  • Lord"s Supper -- Episcopal Church in Scotland,
  • Lord"s Supper -- Church of England

  • Edition Notes

    No. 7 in a vol. with binder"s title: Tracts : Holy Eucharist.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX5149 C5T73
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p.
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15107065M

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Alexander Penrose Forbes (16 June – 8 October ), was a Scottish Episcopalian divine, born at Edinburgh. A leading cleric in the Scottish Episcopal Church, he was Bishop of Brechin from until his death in Church: Scottish Episcopal Church.

The Rt Rev Dr Nigel Peyton retires as Bishop of Brechin this week, and recently reflected on his time as Bishop in an interview with The Courier newspaper which you can read here. You can read the sermon Bishop Nigel preached at his Farewell Eucharist here.

A Parliamentary Motion recognising the retirement of Bishop Nigel was lodged today (27 June) in Scottish Parliament by Liam Kerr MSP. The Rt Rev Dr Nigel Peyton was consecrated and installed as the Bishop of Brechin in a special service at pm on Saturday 8 October in the Cathedral Church of St Paul, Dundee.

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Rattray was consecrated at Edinburgh on 4 June by Millar, Gadderar, and Cant, and took the title of bishop of Brechin. On 18 June he joined Millar and Gadderar in consecrating William Dunbar (d.

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The Right Rev Dr Nigel Peyton has announced that he will retire as Bishop of Brechin on 31 July Bishop Nigel was consecrated Bishop of Brechin in St Paul’s Cathedral Dundee inreturning to the Diocese and city where his ministry began in   The trial took place in February and Marchand Wordsworth delivered an ‘opinion’ which had previously been approved by George Forbes, the bishop's brother.

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