Catechism made practical [microform] : the Christian instructed I. in the principles of Christian religion, positively, in the shorter catechism, II. in what he is to refuse, and what to hold fast in the greatest points of controversie ..., III. in the practice of several duties, viz., (1.) the practical improvement of the Holy Trinity, (2.) baptism, (3.) prayer, and (4.) preparation for the Lord's Supper.
- London : Printed for Jonathan Robinson ..., 1688.
, 72, 192 p.
- Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 376:27.