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A tree planted by the rivers of water. Or, An essay, upon the godly and glorious inprovements, which baptised Christians are to make to their sacred baptism.

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      • Running title: A baptised Christian, improving his baptism.Attributed to Mather by Evans and Holmes.Signatures: A-C¹² (C12 verso blank).Evans 1178.Holmes, T.J.Cotton Mather, 406.Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 1178).

        StatementPrinted by Barth. Green, for Samuel Phillips, at the Brick Shop.
        PublishersPrinted by Barth. Green, for Samuel Phillips, at the Brick Shop.
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        LC Classifications1704
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        Paginationxvi, 62 p. :
        Number of Pages61
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        ISBN 10nodata
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Bp. Benj. T. Tanner (Benjamin Tucker), 1835

iii: 19: " 'The wisdom of this world' [Whether it be the pretended deep, and occult wisdom of the Rabbins; or the wise drawn speculations of the Grecian philosophers,] 'is foolishness with God;' for as folly consists in spending time, strength and pains to no purpose; so those may fitly be termed fools, who acquire no saving knowledge by their speculation. Wilberforce, then, is to be a certainty, aye, it is already such, for it now has some fifty students, and an able faculty. Nor was this feeling confined alone to the laity; the clergy themselves partook of it to a large extent.

Weary with the prejudiced actions of pastors, who were opposed alike to them, and to their bleeding country; weary at not having administered to them, the Bread by which man lives; weary at beholding their little ones called to the bosom of God, without even a form of Baptism, they broke away with a firm determination to be Christian men.

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109 is from the same source as Ibn al-Maghazili the Reciter and a Eunuch belonging to the Caliph Al-Mu'tazad vol. We see this in everything. Could or would the same material result have been obtained, had Allen kept up his ecclesiastical relation with the Methodist Episcopal Church? The truth is that God has the right and the authority to send His gospel to every man; and woe be to every man that despises it.

Agreed to correspond with the Mountain, a new Association. --The Country and its People. Johnson thus sums up his notice of The Tempest.