An Essay on the Proper Lessons Appointed by the Liturgy of the Church of England to be Read on Sundays and Chief Festivals Throughout the Year as They are Directed by Her Table of Proper Lessons

6. Archbishop Leighton's sermons revised . 7. Letter to a Gentlewoman
concerning Baptism . 8. Letter from a Church warden to the Parishioners of 9.
Instructions for those that are preparing for Confirmation with advice to one newly
Confirmed .

An Essay on the Proper Lessons  Appointed by the Liturgy of the Church of England  to be Read on Sundays and Chief Festivals Throughout the Year  as They are Directed by Her Table of Proper Lessons

Author: William Wogan

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Cyclopaedia Bibliographica Authors

In a trine of the resurrection of the fame body as taught in Holy Scripture . letter to
the author of Lay - Baptism Invalid . 1851. Wilson ... 89. Lond . 1712 charge of
wishing himself accursed 3-31 A letter to a gentlewoman concerning baptism .

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Author: James Darling

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Enwogion Cymru

In 1714 , he was appointed paymaster to the officers ' widows on the Irish
establishment , and in December 1718 , he married Catherine ... Letter to a
Gentlewoman concerning Baptism . 8. Letter from a church warden to the
Parishioners of 9.

Enwogion Cymru

Author: Robert Williams

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The Eighteenth Century

12 A letter to a friend , containing , remarks on certain passages in a sermon
preached , by the Right Reverend Father in God , John Lord Bishop of Landaff ,
before the Incorporated Society ... 03 A letter to a gentlewoman , concerning
baptism .

The Eighteenth Century

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London Magazine

Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer ... A Letter to a Gentlewoman concerning
dressed to his Lordship . The fourth Edition . Baptism : With a prefatory Discourse
in Rela Printed for J. Peel , price is . tion to those who differ in Opinion and ...

London Magazine

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Bye paths in Baptist History

A Collection of Interesting, Instructive, and Curious Information, Not Generally
Known, Concerning the Baptist Denomination ... If he would give the
gentlewoman reasonable satisfaction to trouble her no further on that head , they
would endeavour his discharge . ... On another , they had “ a highly abusive letter
” sent to them by an offending member , to which they replied with becoming
meekness .

Bye paths in Baptist History

Author: Joseph Jackson Goadby

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The footpaths of any country may be expected to yield some glimpses, both of the land and the people, not obtainable along the dusty and well-beaten highway. It is sincerely hoped that this may prove equally true of these Bye-Paths in Baptist History. That they occasionally cross the main roads, and now and then run parallel with them, is no more than other “Bye-paths” have done before them; but care has been taken throughout to preserve, as much as possible, their distinctive character. In the sketches thus given of the Early English Baptists, no attempt has been made to diminish their excellencies or to gloss over their defects. Their early and persistent advocacy of the broadest religious freedom (an honour of which none will now seek to rob them); their zealous regard for Scriptural precedents; and their willingness to sacrifice all things in the maintenance of what they deemed to be the truth, commend them to the warmest sympathies and loving regard of their descendants. Nor should their disputatious and angular character; their literal observance of customs now fallen into desuetude, and their vigorous and inquisitorial discipline, be judged apart from the ferment of the age in which they lived, their natural reaction against the commandments of men, and their steadfast desire that those who associated with them should live unblamable and unreprovable before God.

Diaries and Letters of Philip Henry M A

... inclines to have her , querie , may they marry without Breach of vow . the
Gentlewoman is under ye Government of her Mother , being alive . ... Concerning
Private Baptism . ... 3 . if they look for that on earth wch is to bee only in Heaven .
viz .

Diaries and Letters of Philip Henry  M A

Author: Philip Henry

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