The font guarded with XX arguments. Containing a compendium of that great controversie of infant-baptism, proving the lawfulness thereof; as being grounded on the Word of God, agreeable to the practice of all reformed churches; together with the concurrent consent of a whole jury of judicious and pious divines. Occasioned partly by a dispute at Bely in Worcestershire, Aug. 13. 1651. against Joseph Paget, dyer. Walter Rose, and John Rose. Butchers of Bromesgrove. John Evans a scribe, yet antiscripturist. Francis Loxly, sho-maker. Here you have the question fully stated, ... With a word to one Collier, and another to Mr. Tombs in the end of the book.
Printed by R.W. for Thomas Simmons book-seller at the sign of the Bible in Birmingham in Warwickshire, and are to be sold in London by George Calvert at the sign of the half Moon in Pauls Church-Yard,
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|Item Description:||Dedication signed: Tho: Hall.|
The words "Joseph Paget, .. sho-maker." on title page are joined by a complex system of brackets.
"The Collier in his colours", a reply to "The pulpit-guard routed, in its twenty strong-holds" by Thomas Collier, has separate dated title page; pagination and register are continuous.
Annotation on Thomason copy: "march 26".
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
|Physical Description:||, 136 p.|