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Author: Minge, Thomas.
Title: Gospel-baptism or, plain proof, that the mode of dipping, plunging or immersion, now commonly used by the people called Anabaptists; is according to the primitive institution in a letter to Mr. Samuel Young. Occasioned by his sharp reflections in contempt of that way, and the defenders thereof in a small book, entituled, A second and last New-Years-Gift, &c. With some notes concering the true subject. By a lover of truth.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Gospel-baptism or, plain proof, that the mode of dipping, plunging or immersion, now commonly used by the people called Anabaptists; is according to the primitive institution in a letter to Mr. Samuel Young. Occasioned by his sharp reflections in contempt of that way, and the defenders thereof in a small book, entituled, A second and last New-Years-Gift, &c. With some notes concering the true subject. By a lover of truth.
Minge, Thomas.

London: printed by K. Astwood, and sold by William Marshall, at the Bible in Newgate-street. and John Marshal, at the Bible in Grace-church street, 1700.
Notes:
A lover of truth = Thomas Minge; cf. p. x.
In response to Samuel Young. A second and last New-Years-Gift.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Young, Samuel, -- fl. 1697. -- Second and last New-Years-Gift -- Early works to 1800.
Anabaptists -- Early works to 1800.
Baptism -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A41583.0001.001

Contents
title page
Plain Mathematical Demonstration, that (according to the present Mode of Bap∣tizing, commonly used by the People called Anabaptist) the Person Baptized is plunged, or dipt, by the hands of the Ad∣ministrator; even from the Crown of the Head to the very Soles of the Feet.
To the READER.
Mr. Sam. Young's Letter.
The Answer.
Gospel-Baptism: OR, Plain Proof, &c.
Postscript.