Church and State in the Modern Age: A Documentary History

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"I, A.B., do solemnly and sincerely, in the Presence of God, profess, testify, and declare, upon the true Faith of a Christian, That I will never exercise any Power, Authority, or Influence which I may possess by virtue of the Office of ____ to injure or weaken the Protestant Church as it is by Law established in England, or to disturb the said Church, or the Bishops and Clergy of the said Church, in the Possession of any Rights or Privileges to which such Church, or the said Bishops and Clergy, are or may be by Law entitled."

III. . . . the said Declaration shall be made . . . in the Presence of such Person . . . who, by the Charters or Usages of the said respective Cities, Corporations, Boroughs, and Cinque Ports, ought to administer the Oath for due Execution of the said Offices . . . and in default of such, in the Presence of Two Justices of the Peace. . . .

IV. . . . if any Person placed, elected, or chosen into any of the aforesaid Offices . . . shall omit . . . to make . . . the said Declaration . . ., such Placing, Election, or Choice shall be void. . . .

V. . . . every Person who shall hereafter be admitted into any Office . . . or . . . accept from His Majesty . . . any Patent, Grant, or Commission, and who . . . would by the Laws in force immediately before the passing of this Act, have been required to take the Sacrament . . . according to the Rites . . . of the Church of England, shall, within Six Calendar Months after his Admission to such Office . . . or his Acceptance of such Patent . . . subscribe the aforesaid Declaration. . . .

VI. . . . the aforesaid Declaration shall be made . . . in . . . the Court of Chancery, or in the Court of King's Bench, or at the Quarter Sessions. . . .

Source: 9 Geo. IV, c. 17; The Statutes of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 9 George IV, 1828 ( London, 1828), pp. 22-24.


SUGGESTIONS FOR BACKGROUND AND REFERENCE

R. Brown, Church and State in Modern Britain 1700-1850 ( London, 1991), pp. 206-211.

R. G. Cowherd, The Politics of English Dissent ( New York, 1956), pp. 22-35.

R. W. Davis, "The Strategy of 'Dissent' in the Repeal Campaign, 1820-1828", Journal of Modern History, Vol. XXXVIII, No. 4 ( December 1966), pp. 374-393.

E. Halevy, A History of the English People in the Nineteenth Century ( London, 1924- 1934), II, 237-306.

U. Henriques, Religious Toleration in England, 1787-1833 ( Toronto, 1961), pp. 54-98.


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Jewish Relief Act July 23, 1858

The first bill for Jewish emancipation was introduced into parliament in 1830, but success was not achieved until 1858. Before that time, Jews, while not disqualified from voting and permitted by a statute of 1845 to hold municipal office, could not sit in either house (because of the oath

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