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Nathaniel Spinckes


The Whole Duty of a Christian by Way of Question and Answer Designed for the Use of the Charity-schools.
London: Printed for George Strahan, 1703.

The Essay towards a Proposal for Catholick Communion, &c. Lately Publish'd by a (Pretended) Minister of the Church of England, Printed at Large and Answered Chapter by Chapter, Whereby It Appears That the Author's Method of Reconciling the Church of England with That of Rome Is Fallacious and His Design Impracticable.
London: Richard Sare, 1705.

The New Pretends to Prophecy Re-Examined.
London: Richard Sare, 1710.

Mr. Hoadly's Measures of Submission to the Civil Magistrate Enquired into and Disproved.
London: Taylor, 1711. [External link]

King Charles the First's Bishops no Puritans.
London: Printed for James Knapton, 1713.

Of Trust in God: or, A Discourse Concerning the Duty of Casting Our Care upon God in All Our Eifficulties, together with an Exhortation to Patient Suffering for Righteousness.
London: Richard Sare, 1714. [External link]

The Case Farther Stated between the Church of Rome and the Church of England, Wherein the Chief Point, about the Supremacy is Fully Discuss'd in a Dialogue between a Roman Catholick, and a Member of the Church of England.
London: Printed for George Strahan, 1718.

No Sufficient Reason for Restoring the Prayers and Directions of King Edward the Sixth's First Liturgy.
London: John Morphew, 1718. [External link]

The Article of the Romish Transubstantiation Inquired into and Disproved from Sense, Scripture, Antiquity and Reason.
London: Printed for John Hooke, 1719.

No Just Grounds for Introducing the New Communion Office, or Denying Communion to Those Who Cannot Think Themselves at Liberty to Reject the Liturgy of the Church of England for Its Sake.
London: Printed for James Bettenham, 1719.

The Reasonableness and Necessity of Some Practices of the Reformation of the Church of England Defended.
London: R. King, 1720.

A Reply to the Vindication of the Reasons and Defence.
London: Printed for T. Bickerton, 1720.

The Sick Man Visited and Furnished with Instructions, Meditations, and Prayers, for Putting Him in Mind of His Change for Supporting Him under His Distemper and for Preparing Him for, and Carrying Him through, His Last Conflict with Death.
London: Rivington, 1744. [External link]

The True Church of England-man's Companion in the Closet.
Oxford: Parker, 1870. [External link]

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