n the Code without modification until the period of the American Revolution, as Hening's Statutes verify.
Religious liberty is a priceless boon.
The Established Ciberty to agree with and pay their minister as their circumstances will admit.
Hening's Statutes, Volume III, page 478. In 1730, the German Protestants at Germanna,ed with being so far an Anabaptist as to be against the baptizing of children.
Hening, Volume II, page 199. I recall among the treasures of the very interesting musegerous and scandalous people, since thereby we apparently lose our reputation.
Hening, Volume II, page 510. In 1671 Captains Bristow and Walker were made to give sectantially the wants of the people.
Article VIII of the Assembly of 1623-24,
Hening, volume I., page 124. declares that the Governor shall not lay any taxes or ymps were offered for the production of silk, flax, and other staple commodities.
Hening, Volume I, page 169.
Mr. Meredith, whose able address I have referred to, c