Speech of the Honorable Judge Gaston [electronic resource] : delivered in the recent state convention of North Carolina, assembled for the purpose of revising the constitution.
- Baltimore : Fielding Lucas, Jr., [1835?]
- LLMC-digital (Series)
1 online resource (50 pages)
- Freedom of religion -- North Carolina.
Constitutional law -- North Carolina.
Freedom of religion.
- Speech of the Honorably Judge Gaston, delivered at the North Carolina Constitutional Convention, presumably in 1835. The preface to the speech indicated that the 32nd section regarding a religious test, was being used to "rouse a spirit of religious persecution". A well-respected orator and Catholic, Gaston's speech argued against this section. In a final note at the end of this document, the amendment substituting "Christian" for "Protestant" was passed by vote of the Convention.
- Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (LLMC Digital, viewed June 28, 2018).
- North Carolina. Constitutional Convention (1835)
- Other format:
- Print version: Gaston, William, 1778-1844. Speech of the Honorable Judge Gaston.
- Access Restriction:
- Restricted for use by site license.
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