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" ... of the civil and ecclesiastical establishments of this realm. " The University is a body recognized by the law of England as a lay corporation, invested with important civil privileges, and on that account resting on no secure foundation which is... "
A Collection of Letters, Statues, and Other Documents from the Ms. Library ... - Page lvii
by Corpus Christi College (University of Cambridge). Library - 1838 - 402 pages
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Annual Register, Volume 76

Edmund Burke - History - 1835 - 906 pages
...excellent men who are now, for conscience sake, debarred from a full participation in them .though true friends to the institutions of the country ;...to seats in Parliament and to places of dignity and honour, they think it both impolitic and unjust that any religious test should be exacted in the University,...
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The New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal, Volume 40

English literature - 1834 - 580 pages
...foundation of the civil and ecclesiastical establishments of this realm. The University is a body recognised by the law of England as a lay corporation, invested...to seats in Parliament and to places of dignity and honour, they think it both impolitic and unjust that any religious test should be exacted in the University,...
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The Quarterly Journal of Education, Volume 7

Education - 1834 - 410 pages
...excellent men who are now, for conscience' sake, debarred from a full participation in them, though true friends to the institutions of the country: and...to seats in Parliament and to places of dignity and honour, they think it both impolitic and unjust that any religious test should be exacted in the University,...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1834
...excellent men who are now, for conscience sake, debarred from a full participation in them, though true friends to the institutions of the country ;...legislative bodies of the United Kingdom have repealed the Test-act, and admitted Christians of all denominations to seats in Parliament, and to places of dignity...
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New Monthly Magazine, Volume 40

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1834 - 580 pages
...foundation of the civil and ecclesiastical establishments of this realm. The University is a body recognised by the law of England as a lay corporation, invested...the legislative bodies of the United Kingdom have repealed'the Test Act, and admitted Christians of all denominations to seats in Parliament and to places...
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The London Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 5

1834 - 862 pages
...civil privileges, and, оя that account, resting on no secure foundation, which is not in hurraony with the social system of the state. Your petitioners, therefore, humbly beg leave to suggest, tbat, as the legislative bodies of the United Kingdom have repealed the Test Act, and admitted Christians...
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Annual Register, Volume 76

Edmund Burke - History - 1835
...excellent men who are now, for conscience sake, debarred from a full participation in them, though true friends to the institutions of the country ;...to seats in Parliament and to places of dignity and honour, they think it both impolitic and unjust that any religious test should be exacted in the University,...
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The Annual Register: Or a View of the History, Politics and ..., Volume 7

History - 1835 - 930 pages
...ecclesiastical establishments of this realm. " The University is a body recognized by the law of England asa lay corporation, invested with important civil privileges,...to seats in Parliament and to places of dignity and honour, they think it both impolitic and unjust that any religious test should he exacted in the University,...
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The English Universities: From the German of V.A. Huber ...

Victor Aimé Huber - Education, Higher - 1843 - 366 pages
...participation in them, though the true friends to the institutions of the country. And your petitioners arc convinced that this is the best way at once to promote...admitted Christians of all denominations to seats ill Parliament, and to places of dignity and honor, they think it both impolitic and unjust that any...
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The English Universities, Volume 2, Part 2

Victor Aimé Huber - Education, Higher - 1843 - 392 pages
...Lay Corporation, invested with important civd privileges, and on that account resting on no 8ceure foundation which is not in harmony with the social...legislative bodies of the United Kingdom have repealed tho Test Act, and admitted Christians of all denominations to seats in Parliament, and to places of...
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