Title: Britannia libera. A true narrative of the antiquity, independency, purity, and uniformity of the British churches: Wherein from Unquestionable, Authentick History, and Matter of Fact, these following Heads are clearly Demonstrated: I. That the Christian Faith was Preached and Planted in Great-Britain, in the Days of the Holy Apostles, by St. Paul in Person, and others of our Blessed Saviour's Immediate Disciples and Hearers. II. That the British Churches in the First Six Ages after our Saviour's Passion, continued Distinct and Independent from that of Rome, and ever after vigorously opposed the Tyrannical Usurpations and Anti-Scriptural Innovations of the same. III. That the Ancient Britains preserved the Faith in its Greatest Purity, by the Light of the Holy Scriptures and Apostolick Tradition. IV. That the Doctrine and Discipline of the British Churches was from the Beginning Uniform. That they always held Diocesan Episcopacy, both in Name and Authority, as now Legally Established, and Gloriously Flourishing in England and Ireland. The Original, Progress, and Decay of Episcopacy in Scotland. Original of the Scotch League with France, and Remarks upon the same. A Short View of the most Material Affairs of Church and State, in the Reigns of the several British Princes, during the Two last Centuries. Evident Proof, That the Church of Scotland Reformed from Romish Superstitions by the Assistance of England, and upon the same Bottom with her, both as to Doctrine, Government and Ceremonies. The Characters of the chief Persons concerned in the Scottish Reformation, and their Conformity to the Church of England. Probability of Restoring Episcopacy in North-Britain. By Ninian Wallis, M. A. Author Britannia Concors.