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PRELIMINARY REMARKS ON THE PRESENT
MY DEAR FRIEND,
You asked me some time since, for a statement of my sentiments, on the subject of Infant-baptism, as administered by our Church; and on putting into your hands a paper which I had drawn up on that subject, you returned it to me, with a wish to see it in print, in a more enlarged form.'
Urged by your request, and encouraged by your judgment, I cheerfully cast my mite into the treasury of those benevolent exertions which are intended to compose our differences, and to bring us to that Communion of saints, in which I conceive it is the great object of our