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A collection of testimonies in favor of religious liberty in the case of the Dissenters, Catholics and Jews

Author: Christian politician.
Publisher: London : C. Dilly, 1790.
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Christian politician.
Collection of testimonies in favor of religious liberty in the case of the Dissenters, Catholics and Jews.
London : C. Dilly, 1790
(OCoLC)647470954
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christian politician.
OCLC Number: 5291459
Description: [4], 119, xx pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The Freeholder no. 21 and 47 / written by Mr. Addison --
Remarks on the debate in the House of Commons in 1787, on the subject of the Sacramental Test laws; with hints concerning Catholics, Jews, Marriage Service, &c. in a letter to a friend; including some passages from M. Turgot --
Preface to the English translation of baron Born's Natural history of monks, after the Linnaean system --Scheme by the bishop of Clonfert for reforming the Irish catholics --
Letters to Lord Mountgarret on the state of church affairs in Ireland --
Arguments extracted from bishop Hoadly's reply to bishop Sherlock on the Sacramental Test laws --Testimonies on the same subject from bishop Sherlock's life, Dr. Sykes archdeacon Payley, and the late earl of Chatham --
Arguments from Mr. Locke's letters on toleration --
Testimonies on the same subjects by Sir John Child, Mr. Richard Jackson, M.P. deceased, Dr. Davemant, archbishop Sharp, and the author of Essays on population --
The same, from Sir William Temple's observations on the Netherlands --
Arguments from a work intitled, "Rights of the Dissenters to a compleat toleration asserted," including hints by Dr. Franklin and others --
Earl Mansfield's opinion on the religious liberty of the Dissenters, with extracts from president Thou referred to by him --
Two Persian letters / by president Montesquieu, respecting religious liberty and Jews --
Mr. Necker's opinion on religious liberty --
M. Rabaud de St. Etienne's speech on the same subject --
Measures of the National Assembly of France respecting non-Catholics --
Act of the Assembly of Virginia in 1786, for establishing religious freedom --
Parable against persecution, imitated from a Jewish tradition / by Dr. Franklin with an extract from the same author --
Addresses from the Quakers and Episcopalians of the middle American states to General Washington, with his answers --
Facts and observations respecting the situation of the Jews in England --
Two letters by a Christian Politician which first appeared in the Public advertiser, in February 1790 --
The case of the protestant Dissenters in 1790 --
History of the Test and Corporation acts, extracted from "the Rights of the Dissenters, &c." --
Protest in the House of Lords in favor of the Dissenters --
Also resolutions in the House of Commons --
Also petitions by the livery of London to the same effect --
Testimonies of our King in favor of the Dissenters for more than a century --
Resolutions of the Committee of London Dissenters in 1790.
Responsibility: by a Christian politician.

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