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" Every person upon objecting to being sworn, and stating, as the ground of such objection, either that he has no religious belief, or that the taking of an oath is contrary to his religious belief... "
Church Law: Being a Concise Dictionary of Statutes, Canons, Regulations, and ... - Page 180
by Benjamin Whitehead - 1892 - 304 pages
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1888
...5, after the word "sworn," to insert the words — " And stating, as the ground of such objection, either that he has no religious belief, or that the...taking of an oath is contrary to his religious belief." With regard to the Amendment now before the Committee, he thought ho was bound by the undertaking he...
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Summary of the Criminal Law

Henry John Stephen - Criminal law - 1834 - 506 pages
...Moravians, and by c. 82, the sect called Separatists, may make solemn affirmation, in lieu of oath, in all places and for all purposes where an oath is or shall be required, but subject to the penalties of perjury in case of a wilfully false affirmation. Nisi Prius, the judge...
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The General Baptist repository, and Missionary observer [afterw.] The ...

1884
...follows : 1. Every person shall be permitted to make his solemn affirmation instead of taking an oath in all places and for all purposes where an oath is or shall be required by law, which affirmation shall be of the same force and effect as if he had taken the oath, and if any person making such affirmation...
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Remarks on the Constitution and Practice of Courts Martial: With a Summary ...

Thomas Frederick Simmons - Courts-martial and courts of inquiry - 1843 - 648 pages
...49, quakers and moravians f°rquake™, * moraviaus, are permitted to make his or her declaration2 in all places, and for all purposes where an oath is or shall be required, either by the common law or any act of parliament. The same day, 28th August, 1833, an act was passed...
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A Digest of Legislative Enactments, Relating to the Society of Friends ...

Joseph Davis (Conveyancer) - Church and state - 1849 - 200 pages
...persuasion of the people called Quakers, is permitted to make the affirmation instead of taking an oath, in all places and for all purposes where an oath is or shall be required, and that without any exception whatever. With respect to demands of a military nature, the well known...
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Our corner, ed. by A. Besant, Volume 5

Annie Besant - Free thought - 1885
...ensured its success. In February, 1885, Mr. llopwood, QC, introduced a far better measure, legalising affirmation "in all places and for all purposes where an oath is or shall be required by law ". The fate of this new attempt to widen religious liberty is still doubtful when I write. In 1871,...
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Pump Court: The Temple Newspaper and Review, Volume 8

1888
...oath. — Every person upon objecting to being sworn, and stating, as the ground of such objection, either that he has no religious belief, or that the...shall be permitted to make his solemn affirmation instead of taking an oath, in all places and for all purposes where an oath is or shall be required...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1888
...moving to insert after the words " sworn," the words, " And stating, as the ground of such objection, either that he has no religious belief, or that the taking of an oath is contrary to hia religious belief," said he need not trouble the House with any words on that Amendment, which had...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 5

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1888
...as Affirmation the ground of such objection, either that he has no religious belief, ™ay '* l"axle or that the taking of an oath is contrary to his religious belief, shall Oath. be permitted to make his solemn affirmation instead of taking an oath in all places and for all...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1888
...Bill. 980 " Every person, upon objecting to be sworn, and stating as the ground of his objection either that the taking of an oath is contrary to his religious belief or to his moral convictions, shall be permitted to make his solemn affirmation." He apprehended that...
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