The Resource A confirmation of a late epistle to Mr. George Keith, and the reformed Quakers : Against plunging in baptism, and for effusion, commonly called sprinkling. Wherein is proved, I. That plunging and whoring came in together; ... II. That notwithstanding the temptation many anabaptists, through a happy constitution, or the prevalency of the grace of God, are sober, chast, and serious. III. That it becomes all our honest maids, wives, and widows, to preserve their old baptism and chastity. With an epistle to a lay pedler in philology, oratory, and theology, Mr. Minge, about his deceitful title, and epistle in a book against me: whose name helps me to a thought against plunging. That it tends to, and actually doth, open the fountains of nature in men and women; and therefore is not, cannot be an ordinance of Christ, but a human, or rather diabolical invention. Also a censure of Mr. Judas Tull, his lampoon. By Trepidantium Malleus, (electronic book)

A confirmation of a late epistle to Mr. George Keith, and the reformed Quakers : Against plunging in baptism, and for effusion, commonly called sprinkling. Wherein is proved, I. That plunging and whoring came in together; ... II. That notwithstanding the temptation many anabaptists, through a happy constitution, or the prevalency of the grace of God, are sober, chast, and serious. III. That it becomes all our honest maids, wives, and widows, to preserve their old baptism and chastity. With an epistle to a lay pedler in philology, oratory, and theology, Mr. Minge, about his deceitful title, and epistle in a book against me: whose name helps me to a thought against plunging. That it tends to, and actually doth, open the fountains of nature in men and women; and therefore is not, cannot be an ordinance of Christ, but a human, or rather diabolical invention. Also a censure of Mr. Judas Tull, his lampoon. By Trepidantium Malleus, (electronic book)

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A confirmation of a late epistle to Mr. George Keith, and the reformed Quakers : Against plunging in baptism, and for effusion, commonly called sprinkling. Wherein is proved, I. That plunging and whoring came in together; ... II. That notwithstanding the temptation many anabaptists, through a happy constitution, or the prevalency of the grace of God, are sober, chast, and serious. III. That it becomes all our honest maids, wives, and widows, to preserve their old baptism and chastity. With an epistle to a lay pedler in philology, oratory, and theology, Mr. Minge, about his deceitful title, and epistle in a book against me: whose name helps me to a thought against plunging. That it tends to, and actually doth, open the fountains of nature in men and women; and therefore is not, cannot be an ordinance of Christ, but a human, or rather diabolical invention. Also a censure of Mr. Judas Tull, his lampoon. By Trepidantium Malleus
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A confirmation of a late epistle to Mr. George Keith, and the reformed Quakers
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Against plunging in baptism, and for effusion, commonly called sprinkling. Wherein is proved, I. That plunging and whoring came in together; ... II. That notwithstanding the temptation many anabaptists, through a happy constitution, or the prevalency of the grace of God, are sober, chast, and serious. III. That it becomes all our honest maids, wives, and widows, to preserve their old baptism and chastity. With an epistle to a lay pedler in philology, oratory, and theology, Mr. Minge, about his deceitful title, and epistle in a book against me: whose name helps me to a thought against plunging. That it tends to, and actually doth, open the fountains of nature in men and women; and therefore is not, cannot be an ordinance of Christ, but a human, or rather diabolical invention. Also a censure of Mr. Judas Tull, his lampoon. By Trepidantium Malleus
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Censure of Mr. Judas Tull his lampoon
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Wing (2nd ed.)
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active 1684-1700
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Young, Samuel
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Young, Samuel
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  • Keith, George
  • Tull, Judas
  • Society of Friends
  • Baptism
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A confirmation of a late epistle to Mr. George Keith, and the reformed Quakers : Against plunging in baptism, and for effusion, commonly called sprinkling. Wherein is proved, I. That plunging and whoring came in together; ... II. That notwithstanding the temptation many anabaptists, through a happy constitution, or the prevalency of the grace of God, are sober, chast, and serious. III. That it becomes all our honest maids, wives, and widows, to preserve their old baptism and chastity. With an epistle to a lay pedler in philology, oratory, and theology, Mr. Minge, about his deceitful title, and epistle in a book against me: whose name helps me to a thought against plunging. That it tends to, and actually doth, open the fountains of nature in men and women; and therefore is not, cannot be an ordinance of Christ, but a human, or rather diabolical invention. Also a censure of Mr. Judas Tull, his lampoon. By Trepidantium Malleus, (electronic book)
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  • Trepidantium Malleus is a pseudonym for Samuel Young
  • "A censure of Mr. Judas Tull his lampoon" has a caption title on p. 1 (2 A1 [i.e. B1]); pagination and register start anew
  • The first three leaves of Quire B mis-signed A
  • Title page has MS. annotation reading "Samuel Young" affecting legibility of text
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
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A confirmation of a late epistle to Mr. George Keith, and the reformed Quakers : Against plunging in baptism, and for effusion, commonly called sprinkling. Wherein is proved, I. That plunging and whoring came in together; ... II. That notwithstanding the temptation many anabaptists, through a happy constitution, or the prevalency of the grace of God, are sober, chast, and serious. III. That it becomes all our honest maids, wives, and widows, to preserve their old baptism and chastity. With an epistle to a lay pedler in philology, oratory, and theology, Mr. Minge, about his deceitful title, and epistle in a book against me: whose name helps me to a thought against plunging. That it tends to, and actually doth, open the fountains of nature in men and women; and therefore is not, cannot be an ordinance of Christ, but a human, or rather diabolical invention. Also a censure of Mr. Judas Tull, his lampoon. By Trepidantium Malleus, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • Trepidantium Malleus is a pseudonym for Samuel Young
  • "A censure of Mr. Judas Tull his lampoon" has a caption title on p. 1 (2 A1 [i.e. B1]); pagination and register start anew
  • The first three leaves of Quire B mis-signed A
  • Title page has MS. annotation reading "Samuel Young" affecting legibility of text
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
99829681
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[2], 12; 12 p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0037000077
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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