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General Court. Act amending an act prescribing the mode of taking depositions … 1825
SEE ALSO 51678 On an unspecified date in 1825, the General Court said that on those occasions when a person had to take an oath, the person who did
not wish to swear could affirm instead. However, if the court or other official was suspicious of the person's motives, the person could be required
to prove he was Quaker or in some other way unable to swear. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Massachusetts State
Title:   An act, in addition to "An act prescribing the mode of taking depositions and administering oaths and affirmations."
OCLC Number:   1367358967
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