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Christian plea for Christians baptisme raised from the grave of apostasie : Or, a short treatise, being a reproof of some things written by A. R[itor] in his treatise, intituled, The vanitie of childish baptisme ... by Samuel Chidley

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Published by Ben Allen in London .
Written in English

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Other titlesA short treatise, being a reproof of some things written by A. R[itor] in his treatise, intituled, The vanitie of childish baptisme.
Statement[By] S. C[hidley].
ContributionsRitor, Andrew.
The Physical Object
Pagination[viii], 32p. ;
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22452331M

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