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The Bishop of Oxford's charge, consider'd, in reference to the independency of the church upon the state: A proper sacrifice in the sacrament of the Lord's-Supper. The nature and necessity of sacerdotal absolution. And, the invalidity of baptism, administred by persons not episcopally ordain'd ...
(H. Clements, at the Half-Moon in St. Paul's Church-Yard., 1712
An essay on confession, penance, and absolution, occasioned by two sermons [by G. Burnet] preached November, 1710. Repr. [from Sacerdotal powers, abridged by W. Gresley].
, ed. William Gresley (1852
Lay baptism invalid: or, An essay to prove that such baptism is null and void, by a lay hand [R. Laurence.]. To which is prefix'd a letter by G. Hickes
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, vol. 1 (Richard King, ath the Prince's Arms in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1723
Sacerdotal powers: or The necessity of confession, penance, and absolution: Together with the nullity of unauthoriz'd lay baptism asserted. In an essay. Occasion'd by the publication of two sermons preach'd at Salisbury the 5th and 7th of November. 1710
(Henry Clements, at the Half-Moon in St. Paul's Church-Yard., 1711
A supplement to the first and second parts of Lay-baptism invalid, in answer to the second part of mr. Bingham's Scholastical history of lay-baptism, by the author of Lay-baptism invalid