Letters to the Honourable Mr Justice Blackstone concerning his exposition of the Act of Toleration, and some positions relative to religious liberty, in his celebrated commentaries on the laws of England. by Philip Furneaux

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Mansfield's opinion was delivered in the House of Lords in the case of the Chamberlain of London versus Evans on 4 February Mansfield argued that the Toleration Act ‘renders that which was illegal before, now legal’.

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