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DELL, WILLIAM. The Doctrine of Baptisms, Reduced from Its Ancient and Modern Corruptions; and Restored to its Primitive Soundness and Integrity; According to the Word of Truth, the Substance of Faith, and the Nature of Christ's Kingdom. By William Dell [2 lines] The Thirteenth Edition. [2 lines] Providence: Printed at the American Office, By Goddard & Mann. 1815. Octavo. Disbound pamphlet, light to moderate foxing, a few small tears in edge of title and last two leaves. Early signature of a "Jno. M. Williams" at top of title. 32pp. Amer. Bibliog. #34558 [MWA only]. William Dell (d. 1664) master of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge; fellow of Emmanuel College Cambridge; secretary to Laud; ejected from his living of Yelden, Befordshire, 1662. Joseph Smith state in his Descriptive Catalog of Friends Books, I:520, that William Dell "is an author so much one with Friends in principle, though not of the Society, that it seems desirable to notice a few of his writings, especially as some of them have been adopted and published by the Society..."