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It seems due to such as doubted the need for the Editor's remarks on the recent baptismal agitation, to say that the writer censured has not only confessed his grave error, but justified what was written in exposure of it. “I accept his letter, as being fully warranted by certain expressions I have made use of, and I own also that the statements I have made are of such a nature as to fully justify the publication of his letter, even after I had withdrawn my tract.” Those therefore who, in the face of this, complain of severity cannot be supposed to judge the false doctrine involved: else they would see more love in reproving than in palliating or cloaking it. May we thank God for what His grace has given, and look for yet more!