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A Plain account of the ordinance of baptism; in which all the texts of the New Testament, relating to it, are produced, and the whole doctrine concerning it drawn from them alone : in a course of letters to the Right Reverend Dr. Benjamin Hoadley, late Lord Bishop of Winchester author of A plain account of the Lord's Supper .

Foot, William.

Published by Pr. for J. Johnson, London, 1787
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"Third edition with the Author's last corrections and improvements by Joshua Toulmin." ESTC locates only four copies in Britain and one in the U.S., the U.S. copy being this offered here, now deaccessioned. 8vo. xvi, 133 pp. ESTC T103553. A binding copy for an impoverished scholar: pages loose, binding of old calf mostly destroyed and held together with brown cloth tape, library markings including rubber stamps. Priced accordingly. Bookseller Inventory # 27015

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Title: A Plain account of the ordinance of baptism;...

Publisher: Pr. for J. Johnson, London

Publication Date: 1787

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