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The true story of John Smyth, the Se-Baptist, as told by himself and his contemporaries; with an inquiry whether dipping were a new mode of baptism in England, in or about 1641; and some consideration of the historical value of certain extracts from the alleged "ancient records" of the Baptist church of Epworth, Crowle, and Butterwick (Eng.), lately published, and claimed to suggest important modifications of the history of the 17th century. With collections toward a bibliography of the first two generations of the Baptist controversy.

Title:The true story of John Smyth, the Se-Baptist, as told by himself and his contemporaries; with an inquiry whether dipping were a new mode of baptism in England, in or about 1641; and some consideration of the historical value of certain extracts from the alleged "ancient records" of the Baptist church of Epworth, Crowle, and Butterwick (Eng.), lately published, and claimed to suggest important modifications of the history of the 17th century. With collections toward a bibliography of the first two generations of the Baptist controversy.
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Note:Boston, Lee and Shepard, 1881
  
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Subject:Smyth, John, d. 1612
Subject:Baptists
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