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It is not the word of in society ----- Judges - Lawyers - xc[g] ----------------------------------------- An instigator, accessor to crimes. ------------------------------ This foe has his Agents. Distillers, Tavern Keepers, Importers, Dram shops - Store Keepers. ------------------------------------------ Now will you not arise?

Be you ask, what is to be done? Drive the foe fr dwelling & City ---------------------------------------------- Combine your efforts. ------------------------------------ Circulate information. --------------------------------------- Discourage the dealers ----------------------------------------------------- RECTO

Dr. Woods, a Congregational "It is a plain case, that there is no express precept respecting infant Baptism in our sacred writtings; the proof then, that it is a devine institution must be made out some" other way.

Dr. Wall, a Pedobaptist. History of infant Baptism, part 2d, p 477. "The sprinkling of infants is from Popery, and had its rise from the authority of the Pope; all the nations of Christians, says he, that do now or formerly did submit to the authority of the Bishop of Rome, do ordinarily Baptise their infants By pouring, or sprinkling; and though the English received not this custom till after the decay of Popery, yet they since received it from such neighbouring nations as had begun it in the time of the Popish power.

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Martin Luther. "It cannot Proved by the sacred scriptures, that infant Baptism was instituted by Christ, or begun by the first Christians after Christ the Apostles."

Curcellaeus, a divine of Genava, and Professor of Divinity; "Infant Baptism was introduced without the command of Christ, and that in the two first centuries, no trace of it appears. And some of our most learned divines admit that there is no express proof for it in the scriptures. Dr. Predeaux says, Infant Baptism rest on no other divine right but Episcopacy"

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1921 years before Christ, Abram is called to leave his Country, being 75 yrs of age. Gen 12. ------------------------------------ 24 years after cov. Circum. Gen. 17. ------------------------------------ 1706. B.C. Jacob + his sons, go to Egypt. --------------- ------------------------------------ 1491 B.C. Isrealites, through Moses + Aaron, delivered. Exod. 12:40,41.

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