Court Cases: USA: Rosa Covington Packard: Second Circuit Appeal:

Second Circuit NYYM Amicus Brief:

Table of Authorities

(The, pages noted are those in the original document. )

Cases

  • American Friends Service Committee v. United States,
    • 368 F.Supp. 1176 (E.D. Pa. 1973), rev'd on procedural grounds,
    • 419 US 7 (1974)(per curiam), page 19
  • Packard v. United States, 7 F.Supp.2d 143, 145 (D. Conn. 1998), pages 2, 3, 14, 22, 28
  • United States v. Geary, 368 F.2d 144 (2nd Circuit 1966, page 24
  • United States v. Seeger, 380 US 163 (1965), page 24
  • United States v. Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, 753 F.Supp. 1300 (E.D. Pa. 1990), page 19

Constitution, Statutes and Rules

  • US Constitution, amendment I
    • (Free Exercise Clause, pages 2, 14, 28, 29
  • Military Selective Service Act,
    • § 6(j), 50 USC (App.) § 456(j), page 24
  • Religious Freedom Restoration Act,
    • 42 USC § 2000bb et seq., pages 14, 29
  • Federal R. App. P. 29, page 1
  • Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 43(d), page 27
  • The Colonial Laws of New York,
    • Volumes I - III, pages 23, 26
  • Revised Statutes of the State of New York (1829),
    • Volumes I - II, pages 24, 27
  • Sessions Laws of the State of New York: 1777-1800,
    • Volumes I - IV, pages 23, 26, 27, 28
  • 7B McKinney's,
    • New York Civil Practice Laws and Rules §2309(b), page 27
  • 11A McKinney's,
    • New York Criminal Procedure Law §270.20(1)(f) (1998 Supp.), page 27
  • 14 McKinney's,
    • New York Domestic Relations Law §12, page 27

Miscellaneous

  • Abram R. Barclay, editor,
    • Letters and c. of Early Friends...
    • (London: Harvey and Darton 1841), page 8
  • Hugh Barbour, editor,
    • Quaker Crosscurrents: 300 Years of Friends in the New York Yearly Meetings
    • (Syracuse University Press 1995), pages 19, 21
  • Hugh Barbour and J.William Frost,
    • The Quakers
    • (New York, Westport, London: Greenwood Press 1988), page 10
  • Robert Barclay,
    • An Apology for the True Christian Divinity,
    • (1676), page 15
  • Peter Brock,
    • The Quaker Peace Testimony 1660 to 1914
    • (Sessions Book Trust, York, England 1990), pages 13, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 23, 24, 25
  • Gray Cox,
    • Bearing Witness: Quaker Process and a Culture of Peace
    • Pendle Hill Pamphlet 262 (Wallingford: Pendle Hill 1985), page 11
  • George Fox, Richard Hubberthorne and others,
    • Declaration “Against All Plotters and Fighters in the World” addressed to Charles II
    • (January 21, 1661), page 13
  • Dean Freiday, editor,
    • Barclay's Apology in Modern English
    • (Philadelphia: Friends Book Store 1967), page 9
  • Arnold Lloyd,
    • Quaker Social History: 1669-1738
    • (London: Longmans, Green, and Company 1950), page 9
  • Phillips P. Moulton, editor,
    • The Journal and Major Essays of John Woolman
    • (New York 1971), page 18
  • New York Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends,
    • Yearbook 1998: Proceedings and Appointments
    • (1998), page 2
  • New York Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends,
    • Discipline of the Yearly Meeting of Friends
    • (New York: Collins and Perkins 1810), page 26
  • New York Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends,
    • Faith and Practice
    • (1995), pages 12, 16
  • John L.Nickalls, editor,
    • The Journal of George Fox
    • (London: Cambridge University Press 1952), pages 6, 13
  • John Punshon,
    • Testimony and Tradition, Swarthmore Lecture 1990
    • (London: Friends Home Service Committee 1990), page 6
  • Hans A. Schmitt,
    • Quakers and Nazis: Inner Light in Outer Darkness
    • (University of Missouri Press 1997), page 21
  • Michael J. Sheeran,
    • Beyond Majority Rule: Voteless Decisions in the Religious Society of Friends
    • (Philadelphia: Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends 1983), pages 8, 9
  • Roger C. Wilson,
    • Authority, Leadership and Concern, Swarthmore Lecture 1949
    • (London: Friends Home Service Committee, 1970), page 7
  • Arthur J. Worrall,
    • Quakers in the Colonial Northeast
    • (Hanover, New Hampshire and London: University Press of New England 1980), pages 25, 26

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