H. D. [= Henry Danvers]
Normierte Form: Danvers, Henry [D'Anvers, Henry]
A treatise of baptism : wherein that of believers, and that of infants, is examined by the Scriptures. With the history of both out of antiquity. Making it appear, that infants-baptism was not practised for near three hundred years, nor enjoyned as necessary, till four hundred years after Christ: With the fabulous traditions, and erroneous grounds upon which it was, by the Pope's Cannons (with gossips, chrysm, exorcism, baptising of churches and bells, and other Popish rites) founded. And that the famous Waldensian and Old Baptist churches, Lollards and Wickliffians, and other Christians witnessed against it. As also, the history of Christianity amongst the ancient Britains and Waldenses. And, a brief answer to Mr. Bunyan about communion with persons unbaptized ... / by H.D.

Normierte Form:

Prima edizione. In -12°

Normierte Form: London [Londres]

Printed for Fran. Smith at the Elephant and Castle near the Royal Exchange in Cornhilm 1674.

Normierte Form: Smith, Francis

410 p.
Mikrofiche dalla 2a edizione: IDC, Religious Minorities Waldenses: RMW-153 (= Princeton University Library: Rare books 5783.283)
Taufe - Kontroversen - 1600-1700


Contiene fra altro:

The history of Christianity amongst the ancient Britains;  

The history of Christianity amongst the ancient Waldenses;


Esemplare della 1° edizione: London, British Library: 

Seconda edizione. È aggiunto al titolo: The Second edition, with large additions. [Including An answer to Mr. Baxter's Preface , being a reply to the preface of  Richard Baxter's,  Full and easie satisfaction which is the true and safe religion). London: For Francis Smith, 1674. [52]+ 387+[1]p. In  -8°.  

Terza edizione:  With a reply to Mr. Wills in defence of the said treatise and a second reply to Mr. Baxter in defence of the same. As also a rejoynder to Mr. Wills his Vindiciæ. With an answer to his appeal ... The Baptists answer to Mr. Will's his appeal. With H. D.'s postscript, London: For Francis Smith, 1675. In -8°.