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" And for the greater ease and encouragement of our loving subjects and such others as shall come to inhabit in our said colony, we do by these presents, for us, our heirs and successors, grant, establish and ordain, that forever hereafter, there shall... "
Georgia: Comprising Sketches of Counties, Towns, Events, Institutions, and ... - Page 360
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Oglethorpe, a Brief Biography

Amos Aschbach Ettinger - History - 1984 - 90 pages
...accordance with the prevailing English tenets, the charter ordained that, always excepting Roman Catholics, "forever hereafter there shall be a liberty of conscience allowed in the worship of God." After providing for colonial defence in which the governor of South Carolina was to command the Georgian...
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Conscience and Belief: The Supreme Court and Religion

Kermit Hall - Law - 2000 - 485 pages
...only legal document of the period to make a distinction between the two phrases. It provided "that there shall be a liberty of conscience allowed in...persons, except papists, shall have a free exercise of religion."413 Since Roman Catholics were 405 See Cantwell v. Connecticut, 310 US 196, 303-04 I1940l....
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The Jew in the American World: A Source Book

Jacob Rader Marcus - History - 1996 - 663 pages
...liberty of conscience allowed in the worshipp of God to all Christians (except Papists [Roman Catholics]) inhabiting or which shall inhabit or be resident within our said province or territory. . . . IV. The British Naturalization Act, 1740 An act for naturalizing such foreign Protestants,...
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Volume 8

Massachusetts Historical Society - Massachusetts - 1866
...Successors, grants, establisheth & ordains, " That there shall be a Liberty of Con" science allowd in the Worship of God, to all persons inhabiting or which " shall inhabit or be residents within the said Province, & that all such " Persons, except Papists, shall have a free Exercise...
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Beyond the Persecuting Society: Religious Toleration Before the Enlightenment

John Laursen, Cary J. Nederman - History - 1998 - 288 pages
...shall be a liberiy of Conscience allowed in the Worshipp of God to all Christians (Except Papists) Inhabiting or which shall inhabit or be resident within our said Province or Territory.8 6 The Rev. Increase Mather, the one largely responsible for obtaining the new charter,...
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Constitutional Debates on Freedom of Religion: A Documentary History

John J. Patrick, Gerald P. Long - History - 1999 - 335 pages
...exercise their Manner of Worship."3 Likewise, the 1 692 Charter of Massachusetts Bay proclaimed that "there shall be a Liberty of Conscience allowed in the Worship of God to all Christians (except Papists) inhabiting or which shall inhabit or be resident within Our said Province...
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The Supreme Court in American Society: Equal Justice Under Law

Kermit Hall - History - 2001 - 788 pages
...only legal document of the period to make a distinction between the two phrases. It provided "that there shall be a liberty of conscience allowed in...persons, except papists, shall have a free exercise of religion."413 Since Roman Catholics were 445 Set Cantwell v. Connecticut, 310 US 196, 303-04 (1940)....
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Zion in America: The Jewish Experience from Colonial Times to the Present

Henry L. Feingold - History - 2002 - 367 pages
...Augustine and the French Catholics in Mobile. The charter granted to James Oglethorpe read: "there shall be liberty of conscience allowed in the worship of God to all persons . . . except Papists."17 Catholics, rather than Jews, were slated to be anathema in Georgia, but the...
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Tyranny Through Public Education

William F. Jr Cox - Education - 2004 - 618 pages
...history. Its charter of 1732 allowed freedom of worship except for the Catholics: "We do, by these Presents, for Us, our Heirs and Successors grant,...Conscience allowed in the Worship of God to all Persons ... within our said Province, and that all such Persons, except Papists, shall have a free exercise...
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The Jews of the United States, 1654 to 2000

Hasia R. Diner - History - 2004 - 447 pages
...offered him the opinion that the Jews should be allowed to stay since the Georgia Charter maintained, "Forever, hereafter, there shall be a liberty of conscience allowed in the worship of God, to all persons," except Catholics. He also wrote to London for further advice, and in the long, drawn-out exchanges...
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