Freedom Of Religion 17th Century : Good advice to the Church of England, Roman Catholick and Protestant dissenter : in which it is endeavoured to be made appear that it is their duty, principles and interest to abolish the penal laws and tests.; Penn, William,
Freedom Of Religion Austria : Cases of A - Fey v. Austria, judgment of 24 February 1993 : B - K. v. Austria, judgment of 2 June 1993 : C - Hoffmann v. Austria, judgment of 23 June 1993 : D - Windisch v. Austria (Article 50), judgment of 28 June 1993.; European Court of Human Rights.
Freedom Of Religion England History 17th Century : A fannaticks addresse humbly presented to the King and his peers, and also to his people in their representative, the Commons House of Parliament ... : discovering to them, the innocency of his actings in the midst of the late revolutions of governments in this nation ... / by Henry Adis ...; Adis, Henry.
Freedom Of Religion England Quaker Authors : Concerning the Kingdoms of God and men : with their dimentions and government, in plain scripture truths tenderly presented to King Charles the Second, with his counsel and Parliament : as also to such of his justices and magistrates whom it may concern.; Britten, William,
Freedom Of Religion Great Britain 19th Century : Letter on toleration and the establishment [electronic resource] : addressed to the Right Hon. Spencer Perceval, Chancellor of the Exchequer. With some remarks on his projected bill.
Freedom Of Religion Greece : A - Case of Kokkinakis v. Greece : judgment of 25 May 1993 : B - Case of Papamichalopoulos and others v. Greece : judgment of 24 June 1993.; European Court of Human Rights.