Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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CORRESPONDENT, n. Ecclesiastical term: a committee of delegates from scattered church meetings (J.B.J.). Sc. 1738 D. Woodside Soul of a Church (1918) ii.:
A day should be set apart . . . to lay a foundation for a correspondent.

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