m he was recommended to the patronage of Sir George Fleming, at that time Bishop of Carlisle.
This ses of his removal to so great a distance.
Mr. Fleming was not wanting in grateful acknowledgmentsand peace.
Aikin's General Biography, art. Fleming.
The overture which was thus conscientiously declined by Fleming, would appear to have arisen from the publication of a pamphlet in 1736, enrdination were Hunt, Chandler, and Benson.
Mr. Fleming gave no other confession of faith than thisned by Mr. Holden,
See a short Memoir of Dr. Fleming, Monthly Repository, O. S., XIII. 410. whicsician, and a legacy of a hundred pounds to Mr. Fleming, under the description of the gentleman whonges which it exhibits.
A pamphlet which Mr. Fleming published about this time, in reply to Thomrd of lasting fame.
About the year 1742, Mr. Fleming published a tract on Baptism, entitled, Plummend and practise.
I have pleaded, says Mr. Fleming, for the baptism of infants, as what I now [6 more...]