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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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