A Review of the Case of the Protestant Dissenters with Reference to the Corporation and Test Acts ...

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J. Robson, 1790 - 64 עמודים
 

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עמוד 2 - ... no person or persons shall forever hereafter be placed, elected or chosen in or to any the offices or places aforesaid that shall not have within one year next before such election or choice taken the sacrament of the Lord's Supper according to the rites of the Church of England...
עמוד viii - Lord's supper, according to the usage of the Church of England, within three months after his or their admittance in or receiving their said authority and employment, in some public church, upon some Lord's day, commonly called Sunday, immediately after divine service and sermon.
עמוד xiii - 2. Resolved, that it is the opinion of this house, that the prosecution of Protestant Dissenters upon the penal laws, is at this time grievous to the subject, a weakening of the Protestant interest, an encouragement to Popery, and dangerous to the peace of the kingdom.
עמוד vii - Commoners, that shall bear any Office or Offices Civil or Military, or shall receive any Pay, Salary, Fee, or Wages, by reason of any Patent or Grant...
עמוד x - TeftAQ. and other penal laws againft papifts, knowing that the meafure was countenanced by King James II. with the fole view of introducing Roman catholics into public offices, and that it would have been at that time dangerous to the proteftant religion and the liberties of the people ; yet, when he was raifed to the throne of thefe kingdoms, and no danger could...
עמוד xiv - Government, and are ready to take the oaths required by law, and to give the fulleft proof of their loyalty, they think it hard that their fcruple to receive the Sacrament after the manner of the church of England, or after the manner of any church, as a qualification for an office, fhould render them incapable of holding public employments, civil or military.
עמוד xviii - ... be conducive to the welfare of the nation, honourable to the king, as the common father of his people, and no way injurious to any one fubject in his Majcfty's dominions.
עמוד vii - ... receive any pay, falary, fee, or wages, by " reafon of any patent or grant of...
עמוד xiv - England, or after the manner of any church, as a qualification for an office, should render them incapable of holding public employments, civil or military. 4. " The occasional receiving of the Lord's supper, as a qualification for a place, cannot, in the nature of things, imply, that...

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