Bradbury, Thomas; Romeyn, John B.; McLeod, Alexander. The Duty and Doctrine of Baptism. In Thirteen Sermons; With an Introduction and Notes, by John B. Romeyn, D.D. and Alexander McLeod, D.D. New York: William Barlas, 1810.
Full leather with red leather spine title label, boards bow outward, rubbing to outer hinges, 4 1/2 x 7 1/4 inches. Old paper bookplate of W. W. Carithers, 1969 owner's signature on ffep. 310 pp., (2) pp. list of other books by Bradbury. Some old stains and foxing, tight. Small speck of paper from Introduction page sometime stuck to back of tp, removing the "Int" of "Introduction" near top of page. Good. 
Thomas Bradbury (1677-1759), English Dissenting minister. He was a zealous Calvinist and appeared in public lectures to defend the doctrines of grace, the Trinity, the divinity of Christ, &c. "His popularity in preaching was uncommon; beside, his ministry, not only in his own congregation, but in several of the most public lectures in the city, was in various instances crowned with remarkable success." p. 19
The author's preface is dated 1749, and he says that the first of these sermons were preached 28 years before then.
The Introduction suggests that the people who will be most interested in this book will be Presbyterians, and outlines the doctrine regarding baptism using the Westminster Standards. There are 12 pp. of notes at the end of the book that explain some particular points in the sermons.