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Context of "Swear not at all:" : containing an exposure of the needlessness and mischievousness, as well as antichristianity, of the ceremony of an oath: a view of the parliamentary recognition of its needlessness, implied in the practice of both houses: and an indication of the unexceptional securities, by which whatsoever practical good purposes the ceremony has been employed to serve would be more effectually provided for. Together with proof of the open and persevering contempt of moral and religious principle, perpetuated by it, and rendered universal, in the two Church-of-England universities; more especially in the University of Oxford. Pre-detached from An Introduction to the Rationale of Evidence.
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