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a Scottish advocate, judge and commissioner to parliament. He is author of a little volume entitled ‘Lord Dun's Friendly and Familiar Advices adapted to the various Stations and Conditions of Life,’ 12mo, Edinburgh, 1754. His arguments on the doctrine of passive obedience were assailed the same year by Dr. Robert Wallace, minister at Moffat, who characterises Erskine as ‘a venerable old man, of very great experience, and greatly distinguished for piety.’
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