Tam quam, or, A attaint brought in the supream court of the King of kings, upon the statutes, Exod. 20. 7, 16 and Levit. 19. 12
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Tam quam, or, A attaint brought in the supream court of the King of kings, upon the statutes, Exod. 20. 7, 16 and Levit. 19. 12 against those modern jurors, who have found any indictments upon the statutes of 23 Eliz., 29 Eliz., or 3 Jacobi, against Protestants, for monthly absence from church, without any confession of the parties, or oath of witness against them, or made any presentments of them : contrary to the express letter of their oaths taken in a Court of Judgment, the course of the law of England, or any right reason : wherein is discoursed, whether any Protestant be concerned in that part of those laws? : the contrary is proved : as also whether a grand-jury"s finding and indictment, be any evidence to a petit-jury? : the absurdness, and most pernicious consequents of which are detected, and the vengeance of God against false-swearing is declared by

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Published by Printed, and are to be sold by L. Curtis in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Oaths -- England,
  • Jury -- England

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesTam quam, An attaint brought in the supream court of the King of kings
Statementby one who prosecutes, as well for his sovereign lord the King of kings, as for the lives, liberties, and properties of all the subjects of England
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 516:16
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination39 p
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15018264M

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