A Jewish Calendar for Sixty-four Years: Detailing the New Moons, Festivals, and Fasts ...

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L. Thompson, 1838 - 134
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Strona 130 - Jewish religion without the words aforesaid, in like manner as Jews are admitted to be sworn to give evidence in courts of justice, shall be deemed to be a sufficient taking of the abjuration oath within the meaning of this Act and the said recited VOL.
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Strona 129 - ... quietly enjoy the free exercise of their religion as long as they behaved themselves dutifully and obediently to the government." The foregoing was the last public annoyance to which they were subjected in England. In 1690, indeed, a petition was sent to King William III. from the council of Jamaica, that all Jews should be made to quit the island...
Strona 129 - Act, the said words (upon the true Faith of a Christian) shall be omitted out of the said Oath in administering the same to such Person, and the taking...
Strona 127 - ... Means, we may remain with the greater Security under the Safeguard and Protection of your Most Serene Highness. " ' Which things your Most Serene Highness granting to us, we shall always remain most affectionately obliged to pray to God for the Prosperity of your Highness, and of your illustrious and sage Council, that it will please him to give happy Success to all the undertakings of your Most Serene Highness. Amen.

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