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Author: Paget, John, d. 1640.
Title: An answer to the unjust complaints of William Best and of such other as have subscribed thereunto. Also an answer to Mr. Iohn Davenport, touching his report of some passages, his allegations of scripture against the baptising of some kind of infants, his protestation about the publishing of his writings. By Iohn Paget.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An answer to the unjust complaints of William Best and of such other as have subscribed thereunto. Also an answer to Mr. Iohn Davenport, touching his report of some passages, his allegations of scripture against the baptising of some kind of infants, his protestation about the publishing of his writings. By Iohn Paget.
Paget, John, d. 1640.

At Amsterdam: Printed by Iohn Fredericksz Stam, dwelling by the South-Church, at the signe of the Hope, Anno M D C xxxv [1635]
Notes:
The roman numeral date in the imprint is made with turned C's.
Answers: Davenport, John. A just complaint against an unjust doer. (STC 6311).
Considerable print show-through; many pages marked and stained. Margins cropped.
Reproduction of the original in Dr. Williams's Library.
Subject terms:
Davenport, John, -- 1597-1670. -- Just complaint against an unjust doer -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Congregational churches -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A08810.0001.001

Contents
title page
A Preface to the Reader.
AN ANSWER To the Complaynts of WILLIAM BEST and others that together with him subscribed their names therevnto.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECTION I.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. II.
ANSWEER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. III.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECTION IV.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. V.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECTION VI.
ANSWER.
The Story of some proceedings about the cal∣ling of Mr. DAVENPORT. The occasion of writing this Story. SECTION VII.
Of his disordred sending for out of England.
Of Mr. DAVENPORT his resignation of his Pasto∣rall charge in London. SECT. IX.
Of the knowledge which Mr. DAVENPORT had of our differences before his comming over unto us. SECT. X.
Of the private conference had with Mr. DAVENPORT after he was come over unto us. SECT. XI.
Thsaile of 5 Dutch ¦ting of Mr. DAVENPORT. SECT. XII.
Of the order agreed upon in the Consistory also, for the accom∣modation of Mr. DAVENPORT. SECT. XIII.
Of Mr. DAVENPORT his consenting unto the writing of the 5 Ministers, upon the order made in the Consistory. SECT. XIV.
Of our going to the Magistrates to seek their allowance for the calling of Mr. DAVENPORT. SECT. XV.
Of our going to the Classis to seek their consent for the cal∣ling of Mr. DAVENPORT. SECT. XVI.
Mr. DAVENPORTS withdrawing of his consent, first made knowne unto me. SECT. XVII.
An other Act of Accommodation, for the satisfying of Mr. DAVENPORT. SECT. XVIII.
The Acts of the Classis after that the dissent of Mr. DA∣VENPORT and his refusall of the calling was knowne. SECT. XIX.
The preaching of Mr. DAVENPORT in a private house. SECT. XX.
Some of the members withdrawing themselves from the Lords Supper. SECT. XXI.
The injurious writing of Mr. DAVENPORT first spread abroad secretly & afterwards printed. SECT. XXII.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XXIII.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XXIV.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XXV.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XXVI.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XXVI.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XXVIII.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XXIX.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XXX.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XXXI.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XXXII.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XXXIII.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XXXIV.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XXXV.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XXXVI.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XXXVII.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XXXVIII.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XXXIX.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XL.
ANSWER.
The PROTESTATION of the COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XLI.
ANSWER.
COMPLAYNANTS. SECT. XLII.
ANSWER.
An Answer to the Allegations of Scripture brought by Mr. Davenport, against the baptising of such infants, whose pa∣rents appeare to be Christians, in such maner as is declared in the writing of the 5 Ministers above mentioned.
Mr. DAVENPORT.
ANSWER.
Mr. DAVENPORT.
ANSWER.
Mr. DAVENPORT.
ANSWER.
Mr. DAVENPORT.
ANSWER.
Mr. DAVENPORT.
ANSWER.
Mr. DAVENPORT.
ANSWER.
Observations touching the PROTESTATION of Mr. DAVENPORT.
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