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" Such offences have always been considered independent of any religious establishment or the rights of the church. They are treated as affecting the essential interests of civil society. "
Moral Character of Civil Government: Considered with Reference to the ... - Página 23
por Gilbert McMaster - 1832 - 72 páginas
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The Relation of Christianity to Civil Government in the United States: A ...

Jasper Adams - 1833 - 64 páginas
...in the other; but in both instances, the reviling is still an offence, because it tends to corrupt the morals of the people, and to destroy good order....religious establishment or the rights of the Church. There is nothing in our manners and institutions which has prevented the application or the necessity...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate, Volumen33

1833
...in both instances the reviling is still an offence, because it tends to corrupt the morals of tlie people, and to destroy good order. Such offences have...religious establishment or the rights of the church. There is nothing in our manners and institutions which has prevented the application or the necessity...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1834
...than in the other; but in both instances the reviling is still an offence, because it tends to corrupt the morals of the people, and to destroy good order....Religious Establishment or the Rights of the Church. There is nothing in our manners and institutions which has prevented the application or the necessity...
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The Eclectic Review, Volumen11;Volumen59

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1834
...in the other ; but in both instances the reviling is still an offence, because it tends to corrupt the morals of the people, and to destroy good order....Religious Establishment or the Rights of the Church. There is nothing in our manners and institutions which has prevented the application or the necessity...
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The Congregational magazine [formerly The London Christian ..., Volumen10

1834
...before the Supreme Court of New York, in a case of blasphemy. " Such ofl'ences, (said the Chancellor,) have always been considered independent of any religious establishment, or the rights of the Church." " Though the constitution has discarded religious establishments, it does not forbid judicial cognisance...
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A Complete Practical Treatise on Criminal Procedure, Pleading, and Evidence ...

John Frederick Archbold - 1853 - 2864 páginas
...than folk* other, but in both instances, the reviling is still an offenen, because it tends to corrupt the morals of the people, and to destroy good order. Such offences have always been consideed independent of any religious establishment or the rights of the church. They are tre>tw as...
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The Home Missionary, Volúmenes27-29

1855
...they did not include disputes among learned men upon particular controverted points. "'Such offenses have always been considered independent of any religious...affecting the essential interests of civil society.' " Chief Justice Kent then proceeds to remark : — ' And why should not the language contained in this...
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The Presbyterian Quarterly Review, Volumen8

1860
...then refers to several cases mentioned in the books, among which is one already mentioned, and adds: "Such offences have always been considered independent...affecting the essential interests of civil society. And why should not the language contained in the indictment be still an offence with us? There is nothing...
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THE LAW OF LITERATURE

JAMES APPLETON MORGAN - 1875
...are offenses punishable at the common law, whether uttered bywords or writings. . ... Such offenses have always been considered independent of any religious establishment or the rights of the church," continued the chancellor, " and why should not the language contained in the indictment be still an...
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The Albany Law Journal: A Weekly Record of the Law and the Lawyers, Volumen20

1879
...offense, because it tends to corrupt the morals of the people and destroy good order. Such offenses have always been considered independent of any religious...affecting the essential interests of civil society. 8 Johnson, p. 293. Justice Story, in the case of Vidal v. Oirard's Executors, t How. 128, says : "...
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