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The plea for infants and elder people, concerning their baptisme, or, A processe of the passages between M. Iohn Smyth and Richard Clyfton : wherein, first is proved, that the baptising of infants of beleevers, is an ordinance of God, secondly, that the rebaptising of such, as have been formerly baptised in the apostate churches of Christians, is utterly unlawful, also, the reasons and objects to the contrarie, answered : divided into two principal heads, I. Of the first position, concerning the baptising of infants, II. Of the second position, concerning the rebaptising of elder people. Preview this item
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The plea for infants and elder people, concerning their baptisme, or, A processe of the passages between M. Iohn Smyth and Richard Clyfton : wherein, first is proved, that the baptising of infants of beleevers, is an ordinance of God, secondly, that the rebaptising of such, as have been formerly baptised in the apostate churches of Christians, is utterly unlawful, also, the reasons and objects to the contrarie, answered : divided into two principal heads, I. Of the first position, concerning the baptising of infants, II. Of the second position, concerning the rebaptising of elder people.

Author: Richard Clyfton
Publisher: Printed at Amsterdam : By Gyles Thorp, 1610.
Series: Early English books, 1475-1640, 1707:16.
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Early works to 1800
Named Person: John Smyth
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Clyfton
OCLC Number: 20214541
Notes: Preface signed: Richard Clifton.
Signatures: *-**⁴ ***² A-2E⁴ F² (blank leaf at end).
Pages 70-73, 76, 77 and 80 misnumbered as 80-83, 86, 78 and 90 respectively.
Errata: p. 226.
"Answers STC 22875"--STC (2nd ed.).
Imperfect: stained with print show-through and tightly bound with slight loss of print.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University. Library.
Reproduction Notes: Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1982. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Early English books, 1475-1640 ; 1707:16).
Description: [20], 226 p.
Series Title: Early English books, 1475-1640, 1707:16.
Other Titles: Processe of the passages between M. Iohn Smyth and Richard Clyfton

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