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Cam`e*ro"ni*an (?), n. A
follower of the Rev. Richard Cameron, a Scotch Covenanter
of the time of Charles II.
Cameron and others refused to accept the "indulgence" offered
the Presbyterian clergy, insisted on the Solemn league and
Covenant, and in 1680 declared Charles II. deposed for tyranny,
breach of faith, etc. Cameron was killed at the battle of
Airdmoss, but his followers became a denomination (afterwards
called Reformed Presbyterians) who refused to recognize laws or
institutions which they believed contrary to the kingdom of
Christ, but who now avail themselves of political rights.
- Webster's Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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