Definition of INFIDEL


INFIDEL

ince the declarations proved when the declarations
have been made for a very considerable space of time, slight proof
will suffice to show he has changed his opinion. There is some
conflict in the cases on this subject, some of theni are here
referred to: 18 John. R. 98; 1 Harper, R. 62; 4 N. Hamp. R. 444; 4
Day s Cas. 51; 2 Cowen, R. 431, 433 n., 572; 7 Conn. R. 66; 2 Tenn.
R. 96; 4 Law Report, 268; Alis. Pr. Cr. Law, 438; 5 Mason, 16; 15
mass. 184; 1 Wright, 345; So. Car. Law Journ. 202. Vide Atheist;
Future state.

Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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