A supplement to the first and second parts of lay baptism invalid, shewing that the heretical and schismatical baptisms which some ancient churches esteem'd to have been valid, were not lay baptisms, in the opinion of those churches. : In answer to the second part of Mr. Bingham's pretended Scholastical history of lay baptism and prov'd out of that same book, and the other writings of Mr. Bingham. / With a caveat against Dr. White Kennet's Dangerous notion of the power of divine grace, and his Sophistical rule for judging doctrines, in his Sermon at the funeral of the Duke of Devonshire, and his Spittal-sermon on Easter Tuesday, 1714 ... By the author of Lay baptism invalid
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- Lay baptism invalid, supplement
- Rare Books copy: Formerly part of an 18th-century library in Williamscote House near Banbury, England, assembled by John Loveday (1711-1789), philologist and antiquary, who lived at Caversham in Oxfordshire. The library was moved to Williamscote House in 1799 by John Loveday the second (1742-1809), Doctor of Laws.
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- With this is bound: Sacerdotal powers / R. Laurence. London : printed for Henry Clements, at the Half-Moon in St. Paul's church-yard, 1711 -- Dissenters and other unauthorized baptisms null and void / R. Laurence. London : printed for H. Clements, 1712 -- The Bishop of Oxford's charge, consider'd / R. Laurence. London : printed for H. Clements, 1712.
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