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A defence of the Christian religion, and of the religious instruction of the young. Delivered in the Supreme Court of the United States, February 10, 1844, in the case of Stephen Girard's will.

Webster, Daniel.

Published by Mark H. Newman, New York, 1844
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Litigation over the clause in the will of wealthy Philadelphia merchant Stephen Girard "as relates to that part of Mr. Girard's will which excludes ministers of religion from any station or duty in the college directed by the testator to be founded" (p. [3]). Fran?oise F?nelon Vidal challenged that part of the will in an importance case before the Supreme Court concerning exercise of religion. 76 pp. Not in Sabin. Cohen, Bibliography of Early American Law, 11410; American Imprints (1944) 6488. Removed from nonce volume. Title page detached with library pressure stamp in bottom left corner and library tape attached. Bookseller Inventory # 25018

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Title: A defence of the Christian religion, and of ...

Publisher: Mark H. Newman, New York

Publication Date: 1844

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