Yet the church at Hobart Town, founded by a seceder, was under his care.
This was, in effect, his break with the Seceder Presbyterian Church.
The minister was proud of being not only a “Seceder” but a “Burgher.”
He was engaged afterwards in controversy with George Keith, a seceder from the Friends.
Mr. Bisset is neither a Seceder, nor quite a Kirkman, having great fault to find with both.
He was already known to certain circles as a seceder from the Church who was likely to become both powerful and popular.
Peter Cartwright speaks of his school teacher as a Seceder minister who would get drunk at times.
But Henderson and Dickson did not speak to one another, having quarrelled about the singing of paraphrases in the Seceder kirk.
In any case, the term implies secession (khurúj) from the Moslem community, and may be rendered by 'Seceder' or 'Nonconformist.'
They had asked Stuart where they should go to church; he said he would take them to a Seceder minister at Inverkeithing.