The demurrer: or proofs of error in the decision of the Supreme Court of the state of New York,
requiring faith in particular religious doctrines as a legal qualification of witnesses; thence establishing by law a religious test, and a religious creed. ...
|Main Author:||Herttell, Thomas, 1771-1849.|
New-York: Printed and published by E. Conrad ... 1828.
Freedom of religion
Freedom of religion /
Freedom of religion > Freedom of religion / New York (State)
Witnesses > Witnesses / New York (State).
Pages 148-154 refer to Rhode Island legislation concerning religious liberty.
"The case alluded to is that of Jackson ex dem. Tuttle vs. Gridley, 18 vol. Johnson's Reports, page 98. This cause was tried at the Oneida Circuit, before Mr. Justice Yates, in June, 1819." (p. 6-7)
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