The nature and design of the baptism of Christ
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The nature and design of the baptism of Christ illustrated in a sermon. By Samuel Whitman, A.M. Pastor of the church in Goshen. [Four lines of Scripture text]. by Samuel Whitman

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Published by by William Butler in Printed at Northampton, (Massachusetts) .
Written in English

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