Five discourses by the author of The snake in the grass:
viz. On water-baptism. Episcopacy. Primitive heresie of the Quakers. Reflections on the Quakers. A brief account of the Socinian trinity. To which is added a preface to the whole.
|Main Creator:||Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722.|
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London : printed [by W. Redmayne] for C. Brome, W. Keblewhite, and G. Strahan, 1700.
Anonymous. By Charles Leslie.
"A discourse, proving the divine institution of water-baptism:" has separate dated title page, pagination and register.
Leaves G7-8 bear an advertisement.
"A discourse; shewing who they are that are now qualify'd to administer baptism and the Lord's-Supper." has separate dated title page with imprint "printed by W. Redmayne for C. Brome", pagination and register.
"Primitive heresie revived, in the faith and practice of the people called Quakers:", "Some seasonable reflections upon the Quakers solemn protestation", and "A brief account of the Socinian trinity." have separate dated title pages on leaves ²G4r,²K8r, and ²N1r respectively; pagination and register continues from "A discourse; shewing ...".
Physical description: , 92, ; , 197,  p. ; 8⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), L1133
Citations/References: McAlpin, IV, p. 634
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