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W H O L E L'A W
RELATIVE TO THE
DUTY AND OFFICE
A Justice of the Peace.
1. Concerning the afirmation of quakers in
general. II. In what manner quakers are to affirm the
effect of the oaths of allegiance, supremacy,
and abjuration. III. How tithes, church rales, and other dues
may be recovered from quakers.
The privileges which quakers enjoy under the tolera
tion act, in common with other dissenters, arc
I. Concerning the afirmation of quakers in general. THE "HE 7 & 8 Will. 3. c. 34, after reciting that quakers The affirmation
refusing to take an oath in courts of justice and other of quakers to be places
, were frequently imprisoned, and their eftates fequeftered, of an oatha by process of contempt isuing out of such courts
, to the ruin of themselves and families, enacts for remedy thereof, that every quaker who shall be required upon any lawful occafion to take an oath, in any cafe where by law an oath is