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Author: Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722.
Title: A discourse shewing who they are that are now qualify'd to administer baptism and the Lord's-Supper wherein the cause of episcopacy is briefly treated / by the author of A discourse proving the divine institution of water-baptism.
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A discourse shewing who they are that are now qualify'd to administer baptism and the Lord's-Supper wherein the cause of episcopacy is briefly treated / by the author of A discourse proving the divine institution of water-baptism.
Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722.

London: Printed for C. Brome W. Keblewhite and H. Hindmarsh, 1698.
Notes:
Includes text in Greek and Latin.
Errata: p. 62.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Church of England -- Clergy.
Episcopacy.
Sacraments.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A47742.0001.001

Contents
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THE PREFACE.
The CONTENTS.
A DISCOURSE Shewing, who they are that are now qualify'd to Administer BAPTISM, and the LORD's SUPPER.
SECT. I. The Necessity of an Outward Commission to the Ministers of the Gospel.
SECT. II. The Deduction of this Commission is continu'd in the Suc∣cession of Bishops and not of Presbyters.
SECT. III. Objection from the Times of Popery in this Kingdom; as if that did Un-Church, and consequently break the Succes∣sion of our Bishops.
SECT. IV. The Assurance and Consent in the Episcopal Communion, beyond that of any other.
SECT. V. The Personal Sanctity of the Administrator of the Sa∣craments, tho' highly Requisite on his Part, yet not of Ne∣cessity as to the Receivers, to Convey to them the Benefits of the Sacraments.
A SUPPLEMENT.
Anno Domini 70. St. Clement Bishop of Rome, and Martyr, of whom mention is made Phil. iv. 3. in his 1st. Epist. to the Corinthians, N. 42. p. 89. of the Edition at Oxford, 1677.
Anno Domini 70. St. Clement Bishop of Rome, and Martyr, of whom mention is made Phil. iv. 3. in his 1st. Epist. to the Corinthians, N. 42. p. 89. of the Edition at Oxford, 1677.
In his Epistle to St. Policarp, Bishop of Smyrna, and Martyr, who, together with himself, was Disciple to St. John the Apostle, and Evan∣gelist. He gives these Directions.
In his Epistle to St. Policarp, Bishop of Smyrna, and Martyr, who, together with himself, was Disciple to St. John the Apostle, and Evan∣gelist. He gives these Directions.
A.D. 180. St. Irenaeus, Bishop of Lyons, in France, who was Disci∣ple of St. Polycarp; he flourish'd about the year of Christ 180.
A.D. 180. St. Irenaeus, Bishop of Lyons, in France, who was Disci∣ple of St. Polycarp; he flourish'd about the year of Christ 180.
Tertullian, A.D. 203. of the Prescription of Hereticks.
Tertullian, A.D. 203. of the Prescription of Hereticks.
St. Cyprian Archbishop of Carthage, A. D. 240.
St. Cyprian Archbishop of Carthage, A. D. 240.
Optatus Milevitanus, Bishop of Mileve, or Mela in Numidia in Africa. A. D. 365.
Optatus Milevitanus, Bishop of Mileve, or Mela in Numidia in Africa. A. D. 365.
St. Jerom, A. D. 380. In his Comment upon the Ep. to Titus.
St. Jerom, A. D. 380. In his Comment upon the Ep. to Titus.
St. Augustine Bishop of Hippo in Africa, A. D. 420. Epistle 42.
St. Augustine Bishop of Hippo in Africa, A. D. 420. Epistle 42.
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The Council of Eliberis in Spain, about the Year of Christ 305. Cap. 18. and 19.
The Council of Eliberis in Spain, about the Year of Christ 305. Cap. 18. and 19.
The Council of Arles in France, about the Year of Christ 309. c. 18. It is ordain'd that the Deacons shou'd be subject to the Pres∣byters: And c. 19.
The Council of Arles in France, about the Year of Christ 309. c. 18. It is ordain'd that the Deacons shou'd be subject to the Pres∣byters: And c. 19.
The Council of Ancyra, A. D. 315.
The Council of Ancyra, A. D. 315.
The Council of Laodicea, A. D. 321.
The Council of Laodicea, A. D. 321.
The First and Great Council of Nice, A. D. 325.
The First and Great Council of Nice, A. D. 325.
The Council of Gangra, 326.
The Council of Gangra, 326.
The Council of Antioch, A. D. 341.
The Council of Antioch, A. D. 341.
In the Council of Carthage, A. D. 348.
In the Council of Carthage, A. D. 348.
The second Oecumenical Council of Constantineple, A. D. 381.
The second Oecumenical Council of Constantineple, A. D. 381.
The Council of Carthage, A. D. 419.
The Council of Carthage, A. D. 419.
The Council of Chalcedon, being the Fourth General Council A. D. 451.
The Council of Chalcedon, being the Fourth General Council A. D. 451.
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ERRATA.
ADVERTISEMENT.
A Catalogue of Books Printed for Charles Brome at the Gun at the West-End, of St. Paul's Church-yard.