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OR,
PRETENDED BAPTISM

B Y
USURPING ADMINISTRATORS
Who never were Ordain'd or Commission'd to

BAPTIZE, prov'd to be
No Christian Baptism;

And, that the
PURE PRIMITIVE CHURCH

Did not allow of any VALIDITY in fuch
Sacrilegious Washings.
All made evident from the Holy Scriptures of the

Old and New Testament, the Writings of the
Ancient Christian Fathers, and the Articles, Car

nons and Rubricks of the Church of England. With ANSWERS to all the OBJECTIONS

of some Learned Opposers ; particularly, those of the late Dr. BURNET, Bishop of Salisbury ; the late Dr. FLEETWOOD, Bishop of Ely; the present Bishop of Durham; and the late Revd Mr. BINGHAM, &c.

In TWO VOLUMES:
Containing all the Tracts which have been written

upon that Subject.
By R. LAURENCE, M. A.

To which are added,
LETTERS to the AUTHOR, by the late Dr. HICKES,

and other Divines of the Church of England.

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LONDON: Priated for WILLIAM and JOHN IN NYS, and
RICHARD KING, in St. Paul's Church-yard. M. DCC.XXV.

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Madam
It has always been the opinion of the Church of England. What Baptism

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ESSAY

To Prove, That

uch BAPTISM

IS NULL and VOID,

When Administer'd in Oppposition to

The Divine Right

Apoftolical Succeshon.

OF THE

Occasion'd chiefly by the Anti-Episcopal Usur

pations of our English Dissenting Teachers. The Fourth EDITION, more Correct than the former. In which

fome Notice is taken of an Ecclesiastical Declaration propos'd to be Etablish'd, about ten years since, in favour of such Ulur

pations. With an APPENDIX: Wherein the Boalted Un

answerable Objections of Dr. BURNET, late Bishop of Sarum, and other New Obje&tions, are Answer'd.

By R. LAURENCE, M. A. To which is prefix'd a Letter to the Author, by

the Reverend GEO. HICKES, D. D.' St. John xx. 21, 23. As my Father hath fent me, even fo fend I

you. Whose foever :ins ge remit, they are remitted unto them. Heb. v. 4. No Man taketh this Honour to himself, but be that is called of God, as was Aaron.

LONDON: Printed for RICHARD KING, at the Prince's Arms

in St. Paul's Church-Yard. MDCCXXIII.

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