John G. Lorimer: The promotion of Sabbath observance by the Scottish Reformers

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[T]he Reformers laboured unweariedly for the education of the people by a suitable gradation of schools, and for a Sabbath-day well guarded against business encroachments, and that these lie at the root of all true social advancement, and the comfort of life.

John G. Lorimer, ‘The Errors of the Age of the Reformation and the Light in which they should be regarded by the men of the Present Day’ in J. A. Wylie (ed.), Ter-Centenary of the Scottish Reformation, as Commemorated at Edinburgh, August 1860 (Edinburgh: John MacLaren, 1860), p. 171.
 
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