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Church Patronage (Scotland) Act 1711
Commission for Building Fifty New Churches
Edict of Versailles
First Amendment to the United States Constitution
Occasional Conformity Act 1711
Papists Act 1778
Protestant Religion and Presbyterian Church Act 1707
Roman Catholic Relief Act 1791
Scottish Episcopalians Act 1711
Treaty of Tripoli
Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom
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