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 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.
Freedom Of Religion Ireland : A Confession of faith of the Roman Catholicks in Ireland : for the refusing of which, many Protestants are persecuted, others who cannot swallow their damnable principles which are imposed on them, fly into England, and are kindly relieved by His Majesty's subjects.
Freedom Of Religion Ireland Early Works To 1800 : By the King. A proclamation. James R. Whereas since our arrival into this our kingdom of Ireland, : we are informed that notwithstanding the several proclamations issued by our chief governor and council of this our realm...divers of them have entered into actual rebellion...; England and Wales.
Freedom Of Religion Poetry : England's warning, or, A friendly admonition to the rulers thereof, to beware of persecuting the righteous for yeelding obedience to the law of God : left by so doing (as they have already begun) they provoke the most high to judgement and to pour out his wrath upon them untill there be no remedy, which will be speedily accomplished if they repent not, but still go on in execution of their late cruel edicts.; Swinton, John,