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An obscure 450th anniversary for Glasgow: recrimination, reconciliation, and the gestation of children in the womb

Four hundred and fifty years ago this month, on 6 August 1563, a Scottish Protestant radical called John Willock sat in judgement as Superintendent of Glasgow and ‘the West’, and pronounced a sentence of the newly introduced Protestant divorce on … Continue reading

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