Rescissory Act

Rescissory Act an act of the Scottish Parliament passed on the restoration of Charles II, annulling all acts passed between 1638 and 1650 for religion and the Reformation; denouncing the Solemn League and Covenant and the Glasgow Assembly of 1638, and declaring that the government of the Church, as an essential royal prerogative, belongs alone to the crown.

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