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The case of the people commonly called Quakers, relating to oathes and swearing, humbly offered : It is not unknown to this nation, that ever since we were a people, it has been our principle not to swear ... Wherefore our request is, That in all cases where oathes are imposed ...our word, that is, our Yea or Nay may be accepted instead... [ending] as law and justice require in case of false swearing or perjury

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