Their efforts were directed towards the restriction of the Toleration Act within narrow limits.
The proposals on religion anticipated the Toleration Act of 1689.
But, Sir, so long ago as the year 1711, the provisions of the Toleration Act on this subject were modified.
This was the first Toleration Act in the history of America.
The famous Toleration Act of 1649 was passed at the first assembly succeeding Stone's appointment.
It was the first Toleration Act in the history of modern times.
They had abolished patronage; they had sanctioned the rabbling of the episcopal clergy; they had refused to pass a Toleration Act.
The "Toleration Act" was not passed until three years later.
This principle the Toleration Act not only does not recognise, but positively disclaims.
In 1649 a "Toleration Act" was passed, by which Sunday games, blasphemy, and abuse of rival sects were severally prohibited.