A declaration of the Christian faith, made by Daniel Ben Alexander, a Jewish proselyte, when he was baptized unto Christ, in the reformed church of ... him, to those of his own nation. Second ed
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<:sourceLibrary>:Bodleian Library (Oxford)
<:imprintFull>:London : printed by George Croom, 1703. <:collation>:16p. : 4°:
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