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Elliot, Richard. Dipping not baptizing: or, the author’s opinion of the subject, mode, and importance of water-baptism, according to the scriptures: Wherein Dr. Gill’s Arguments for the Mode of Immersion, and Mr. Booth’s for the Importance of it, as contained in his Apology for the Baptists, are principally considered: With a Few Remarks on some other Baptist Writers, Namely, Mr. Martin, Mr. Jenkins, and Mr. Mc Lean, who, in their several late Publications, seem to be strenuous Advocates both for the Mode and Importance of it. By R. Elliot, A. B. Formerly of Bennet College, Cambridge.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 14701, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/14701. Accessed 2024-04-20.

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  title={Dipping not baptizing: or, the author’s opinion of the subject, mode, and importance of water-baptism, according to the scriptures: Wherein Dr. Gill’s Arguments for the Mode of Immersion, and Mr. Booth’s for the Importance of it, as contained in his Apology for the Baptists, are principally considered: With a Few Remarks on some other Baptist Writers, Namely, Mr. Martin, Mr. Jenkins, and Mr. Mc Lean, who, in their several late Publications, seem to be strenuous Advocates both for the Mode and Importance of it. By R. Elliot, A. B. Formerly of Bennet College, Cambridge.},
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