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B A PTI S M.
Prefatory DISCOURSE in relation to
those who differ in Opinion or Practice from the Church of England, touching that Sacramen
An OFFICE, or FORM OF PRAYER for
the Ure of Adult Persons.
GI, W Ash in the pool of Siloam (which is by In
terpretation SENT) He went his Way therefore, and washed, and came SEEING. JOHN ix. 7.
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B A P T IS M.
OME Reasons will be Expected
why the following Letter is pubS
lished at this Time, when Que
stions of another. Nature, and CD much higher Concern, are the
Subjects of our present Debates. It was written many Years ago, when the Cale of Baptism was the Question in Dispute.- The Success it then met with in convincing the Person to whom it was addressed, of the Necefsity of Lawful Baptism, and the happy Consequence of that Baptison, visibly appearing in a Life answerable to the good Profession she then made before mamy Witnesses, and bearing Testimony to the Truth of those Principles, which prevailed with her, Regularly to come into, and faithfully adhere to the Church of England ever since: to [b]