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Act of Toleration.

Act passed by the Eng. parliament (1689) relieving the legal disabilities of Prot. dissenters and protecting their worship; restricted the laws passed under Elizabeth I, James I, Charles I, and Charles II. Papists and anti-Trinitarians were excepted from the act. See also England, C 2, 15; Roman Catholic Church, D 9.


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