The Baptist confession of faith: 1643: afterwards enlarged, corrected and published by an assembly of delegates (from the churches in Great Britain) ... at Philadelphia September 22, 1742.
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<:sourceLibrary>:Library of Congress
<:Notes>:Error in paging: p. 97-107 misnumbered 98-108. 'A short treatise of church discipline.'--p. 73-108. By Benjamin Griffith. Erratum statement, p. .
<:imprintFull>:Philadelphia : Printed by Ant. Armbruster in Race-Street, 1765. <:collation>:108[i.e. 107],p.: : 12°:
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