A View of Ancient Laws, Against Immorality and Profaneness

A View of Ancient Laws, Against Immorality and Profaneness

Under the Following Heads; Lewdness; Profane Swearing, Cursing, and Blasphemy; Perjury; Prophanation of Days Devoted to Religion; Contempt or Neglect of Divine Service; Drunkenness; Gaming; Idleness, Vagrancy, and Begging; Stage-Plays and Players; and Duelling. Collected From the Jewish, Roman, Greek, Gothic, Lombard, and Other Laws, Down to the Middle of the Eleventh Century. By John Disney, M. A. Vicar of St. Mary's in Nottingham

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Publisher: Cambridge : printed for Corn. Crownfield, Printer to the University; and John Crownfield, at the Rising-Sun, in St. Pauls Church-Yard; and are also sold by J. and J. Knapton, MDCCXXIX. [1729]
Characteristics: [32],351,[1]p. ; 2⁰


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