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Plain Scripture proof of infants church-membership and baptism : being the arguments prepared for (and partly managed in) the publick dispute with Mr. Tombes at Bewdley on the first day of Jan. 1649 ..
Between twelve and one, two Engliih gentlemen came aboard us, the one captain of an Engliih (hip, there being three and a (loop in the road, all i elonging to Ma - drafs.
Northeasterly by Munroe street, seven hundred and eighty and sixteen one hundredths feet; southeasterly by land now or formerly of C.arles H. North, one hundred and thirty-nine and five one hundredths feet; southwesterly seven hundred and forty-nine feet by certain parcels of land l) elonging respectively in the order named and begin - ning with the most easterly of said parcels, now or for - merly to Mary C. C.ark, Francis S.