London: Typis J. M. & Prostant Venales Apud R. Wilkin, 1701. Item #041593
 iv, 133  2. BOUND IN WITH: William Whiston. Athanasius convicted of forgery. In a letter to Mr. Thirlby of Jesus-College in Cambridge. London: Printed for the author, and sold by A. Baldwin, 1712.  30p., BOUND IN WITH: Thomas Chubb. The supremacy of the Father asserted; or, eight arguments from Scripture, to prove, that the Son is a being, inferiror and subordinate to the Father, and that the Father alone is the Supreme God. London: Printed, and are to be sold by J. Robert, 1715. p., 103 p. BOUND IN WITH: Daniel Whitby. A dissuasive from enquiring into the doctrine of the Trinity; or, the difficulties and discouragements which attend the study of that doctrine. London: Printed for John Baker, 1714. 43 p. BOUND IN WITH: Samuel Crell. L. M. Artemonii defensio emendationum in novatiano factarum, contra virum clarris. Joannem Jacksonum. London(?), anno Domini 1729. 71 p. BOUND IN WITH: An inquiry into the miracle said to have been wrought in the fifth century upon some orthodox Christians, in confirmation of the doctrine of the Trinity, who continued to speak clearly and distinctly, after their tongues had been cut out by order of Hunneric, an Arian, king of the Vandals. In a letter fo a friend. London: Printed, and sold by J. Robert, 1730.  62p. [this final anonymous work is sometimes attributed to Arthur Ashley Sykes). TOTAL of six volumes bound in one, half-leather (slightly rubbed) with black cloth.