Published online by Cambridge University Press: 15 August 2018
Treatises, i. 1 
Brief of the charges against Baxter
ff 2–13b (ff 2v, 3v, 4v, 5v, 6v, 7v, 8v, 9v, 10v, 11v are blank)
Brief of the charges against Baxter arising from his publication of A Paraphrase on the New Testament, 1685.
See Rel. iii. 198.
ff 2–3: The Accused Words
372 x 304 mm.
‘I. On Math. 5.19. Whosoever shall break one of these least Commandments, and shall teach men so, shall be called least in the Kingdome of God.’
With Baxter's corrections and crossings out.
For an improved copy of this, see Treatises, i. 5.
ff 4–5: Untitled
375 x 305 mm.
‘II. Mark 3:6, When Christ had by Miracle cured a Man, its said “The Pharisees went forth ' straightway took Councell with the Herodians against him, how they might destroy him.”’
With Baxter's underlinings and crossings out.
ff 6–7: Untitled
375 x 305 mm.
‘III. The next Accusation is Mark. 9:39. [“Jesus said forbid him not, for there is no man who shall do a Miracle in my Name that can lightly speak evil of me; for he that is not against us is on our part.”’
With Baxter's insertions and crossings out.
f 8: Untitled
195 x 305 mm.
‘IV. Mark 11:31. The Text is [“They reasoned with themselves saying If we shall say from Heaven he will say why then did ye not believe him? But if we shall say of men, they feared the people, for all men counted John that he was a prophet indeed: And they Answered we cannot tell.”’
With marginal note in a clear hand.
f 9: Untitled
190 x 305 mm.
‘V. Mark 220.127.116.11. Beware of the Scribes who love to go in Long Cloathing, ' love Salutations in the Market places, who devour Widows, Houses, ' for a pretence make long Prayers: These shall receive greater damnation.’ Some crossings out and underlining by Baxter.
f 10: Untitled
228 x 305 mm.
‘VI. Luk. 10.2. The Harvest truly is great, but the Laborers are but few: Pray ye therefore the Lord of the Harvest that he would send forth Laborers into his Harvest.’