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A contention for truth: in two several publique disputations. Before thousands of people, at Clement Dane church, with out Temple Barre: upon the 19 of Nevemb. [sic] last: and upon the 26 of the same moneth. Betweene Mr Gunning of the one part, and Mr Denne on the other. Concerning the baptisme of infants; whether lawful, or unlawful.

Gunning, Peter, & Henry Denne.

Published by Printed by J. Moxon, for Francis Smith, and are to be sold at his shop, and by John Sweeting, London, 1658
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Sole edition. Denne (1606?-60) began his adult life as Anglican clergyman but by 1643 became a Baptist and later still rose to prominence in that community. Gunning (1614-84) was the bishop of Ely. 4to. [6], 46 pp. Wing (rev. ed.) G2234; McAlpin Collection., III, p.243-4; ESTC R202279. In stiff green wrappers,darkened. Spine chipped. Age-toning and dust soiling. Light water stain effecting several pages. Bookseller Inventory # 34470

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Title: A contention for truth: in two several ...

Publisher: Printed by J. Moxon, for Francis Smith, and are to be sold at his shop, and by John Sweeting, London

Publication Date: 1658

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