Church and State in the Modern Age: A Documentary History

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I. CHURCH AND STATE BEFORE THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
The Gallican Church in the Ancien Régime
1. Gallican Articles, 16823
2. Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, 16855
3. Toleration Edict, 17877
The English Church
4. Toleration Act, 168910
5. Lord Mansfield's Judgment, 176713
6. Catholic Relief Act, 177815
7. Russian Imperial Decree and Religious Regulation, 172117
8. Dominus ac Redemptor, 177324
9. Austrian Edict of Toleration, 178126
10. Punctation of Ems, 178628
11. Prussian Religious Edict of 178831
The American Experiment
12. Early Virginia Legislation, 1606-164334
13. Early Massachusetts Legislation, 1629-164739
14. Cambridge Platform, 164843
15. Maryland Toleration Act, 164945
16. Flushing Remonstrance, 1657; and Dutch West India Company Instructions, 166348
17. Rhode Island Charter, 166350
18. Great Law of Pennsylvania, 168251
19. Pennsylvania Constitution, 177653
20. Hanover Presbytery Memorial, 177655
21. Massachusetts Constitution, 178057
22. Memorial and Remonstrance Against Religious Assessments [Virginia], 178559
23. Virginia Act for Religious Freedom, 178663
24. United States Constitution, 178765
25. Ohio Constitution, 180266

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