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" ... the people of this state, in common with the people of this country, profess the general doctrines of Christianity, as the rule of their faith and practice; and to scandalize the author of these doctrines is not only, in a religious point of view,... "
Moral Character of Civil Government: Considered with Reference to the ... - Página 24
por Gilbert McMaster - 1832 - 72 páginas
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Sermons: The constraining influence of Christ's love

John Brodhead Romeyn - 1816
...Author of these " doctrines, is not only in a religious point " of view extremely impious, but even in " respect to the obligations due to Society, " is a gross violation of decency and good " order. Nor are we bound," he adds, '• by " any expressions in the constitution, as " some have strangely...
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An Inquiry Into the Moral and Religious Character of the American Government

Henry Whiting Warner, Theodore Frelinghuysen - 1838 - 208 páginas
...the author of these doctrines is not only in a religious point of view extremely impious, but even in respect to the obligations due to society, is a...the tender morals of the young, than to declare such prof anity lawful. It would go to confound all distinction between things sacred and profane. " No...
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The Sabbath: A Brief History of Laws, Petitions, Remonstrances and Reports ...

Harmon Kingsbury - 1840 - 391 páginas
...the author of these doctrines is not only in a religious point of view extremely impious, but even in respect to the obligations due to society, is a gross violation of decency and good order.' "Again: 'Though the Constitution has discarded religious establishments, it does not forbid judicial...
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Protestant Quarterly Review, Volúmenes1-2

1844
...the doctrines of Christianity, is not only, in a religious point of view, extremely impious, but even in respect to the obligations due to society, is a gross violation of decency and good order. Things which corrupt moral sentiments, as obscene actions, prints, and writings, upon the same principle...
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Law and Government: The Origin, Nature, Extent, and Necessity of Divine and ...

Harmon Kingsbury - 1849 - 236 páginas
...is not only, in a religious point of view, extremely impious, but even, in respect to the obligation due to society, is a gross violation of decency and good order. . . . The Constitution does not forbid judicial cognizance of those offences against religion and morality,...
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Michigan Reports: Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of Michigan, Volumen124

Michigan. Supreme Court, Randolph Manning, George C. Gibbs, Thomas McIntyre Cooley, Elijah W. Meddaugh, William Jennison, Hovey K. Clarke, Hoyt Post, Henry Allen Chaney, William Dudley Fuller, John Adams Brooks, Marquis B. Eaton, Herschel Bouton Lazell, James M. Reasoner, Richard W. Cooper - 1901
...the author of these doctrines is not only, in a religious point of view, extremely impious, but, even in respect to the obligations due to society, is a...the young, than to declare such profanity lawful." People v. Ruggles, 8 Johns. 290 (5 Am. Dec. 335). If the utterance of blasphemy is offensive to the...
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A Complete Practical Treatise on Criminal Procedure, Pleading, and Evidence ...

John Frederick Archbold - 1853 - 2864 páginas
...even to "" gpect to the obligations duo to society, is a gross violation of decency and good crue;. Nothing could be more offensive to the virtuous part of the community, or more injurious лthe tender morals of the young, than to declare such profanity lawful. It would go to й-' found...
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Commentaries on the Criminal Law, Volumen2

Joel Prentiss Bishop - 1865
...the author of these doctrines is not only in a religious point of view extremely impious, hut even, in respect to the obligations due to society, is a...violation of decency and good order. Nothing could he more offensive to the virtuous part of the community, or more injurious to the tender morals of...
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Commentaries on the Criminal Law, Volumen2

Joel Prentiss Bishop - 1868
...the author of these doctrines is not only, in areligious point of view, extremely impious, but even, in respect to the obligations due to society, is a...the tender morals of the young, than to declare such proliinity lawful. . . . Things which corrupt moral sentiment, as obscene actions, prints, and writings,...
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The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter, Volúmenes11-12

1873
...the author of these doctrines is not only, in a religious point of view, extremely impious, but even in respect to the obligations due to society is a gross violation of decency and good order. Nor are we bound by any expressions in the constitution, as some have strangely supposed, cither not...
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