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Bishop Sherlock"s argument, against a repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts

Thomas Sherlock

Bishop Sherlock"s argument, against a repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts

wherein most of the plans advanced in a paper now circulating, styled The case of Protestant Dissenters, & c. are discussed.

by Thomas Sherlock

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Published by at the Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English


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By Thomas Sherlock, Bishop of London, 1678-1761.

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Open LibraryOL16819901M

Despite the recent, partial relief afforded by the repeal of the Test and Corporation Acts and the Roman Catholic Relief Act non-Anglicans still suffered from serious discrimination. The tensions had been made much worse by the action of 21 of bishops in voting against the reform of Parliament in while only 3 voted in favour.   The controversy over the political position of the Anglican Church was already in existence in had seen the repeal of the Test and Corporation Acts which meant that dissenters were now freely able to enter public office (although this was not revolutionary as in the 18th century as many as 30 dissenter MPs had been in parliament.

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