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Brief History of the Imposition of Hands on Baptised Persons

JONES, SAMUEL

Publication Date: 1805
From Joseph J. Felcone Inc., ABAA (Princeton, NJ, U.S.A.)

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JONES, SAMUEL. A Brief History of the Imposition of Hands on Baptised Persons. [Burlington? 1805] Quarter sheet broadside. Very light browning, else fine and fresh. Jones traces the history of the laying on of hands, a subject of keen interest to the members of the Philadelphia Baptist Association at the time and one that was causing a division within the association. Jones's handbill was answered later the same year by a fellow Baptist minister, David Jones. The printer of the broadside is not known, but it was probably Stephen C. Ustick in Burlington. Ustick and his father, Philadelphia bookseller and Baptist minister Thomas Ustick, were active members of the Philadelphia Baptist Association, and Stephen Ustick did most of the printing for the association, including their minutes, circular letters, &c. Ustick also printed the David Jones reply. Samuel Jones (1735-1814) was minister of the Lower Dublin Baptist Church from 1765 until his death. Bookseller Inventory # 14163

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Publication Date: 1805

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