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Theophilus Lindsey (1723-1808)
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The apology of Theophilus Lindsey, M.A. on resigning the vicarage of Catterick, Yorkshire (J. Johnson, 1774)
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Apology of Theophilus Lindsey, M.A. on resigning the vicarage of Catterick, Yorkshire (London : J. Johnson, 1774)
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The apology of Theophilus Lindsey, on resigning the vicarage of Catterick, Yorkshire, 5th ed. (R. Hunter, 1818)
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The apology, on resigning the vicarage of Catterick, Yorkshire, 1773 (London : Christian Disciples' Union, 1888)
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The catechist: or, an inquiry into the doctrine of the scriptures, concerning the only true God and object of religious worship. In two parts. By Theophilus Lindsey, A.M. (J. Johnson, 1781)
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The catechlst, or, An inquiry into the doctrine of the scriptures, concerning the only true God, and object of religious worship (R. Hunter, 1818)
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Conversations on the divine government : Shewing that every thing is from God, and for good, to all (London : J. Johnson, 1802)
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Conversations on the divine government: Shewing that every thing is from God, and for good, to all (J. Johnson, 1802)
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A discourse addressed to the congregation at the chapel in Essex Street, Strand, on resigning the pastoral office among them. By Theophilus Lindsey, M.A. (J. Johnson, 1793)
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An examination of Mr. Robinson of Cambridge's Plea for the Divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ (London : J. Johnson, 1785)
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An examination of Mr. Robinson of Cambridge's Plea for the divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ. By Theophilus Lindsey, ... (J. Johnson, 1789)
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A farewel[l] address to the parishioners of Catterick (C. Stower, 1805)
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A farewell address to the parishioners of Catterick (J. Johnson, 1774)
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An historical view of the state of the Unitarian doctrine and worship from the reformation to our own times : With some account of the obstructions which it has met with at different periods (London : J. Johnson ..., 1783)
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An historical view of the state of the Unitarian doctrine and worship: from the Reformation to our own times. ... By Theophilus Lindsey, A.M.
J. Johnson, 1783GB 
Letters of Theophilus Lindsey (Manchester : The University press; London, New York [etc.] Longmans, Green, & Co., 1920)
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A list of the false readings of the scriptures: and the mistranslations of the English Bible, which contribute to support the great errors concerning Jesus Christ. By Theophilus Lindsey, ... (J. Johnson, 1790)
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On prayer; and forms of prayer, their defects, and remedy; a sermon, preached at the chapel in Essex Street, Strand; on Sunday, April xiv, MDCCXCIII. By Theophilus Lindsey, M.A. (J. Johnson, 1793)
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A second address to the students of Oxford and Cambridge, relating to Jesus Christ, and the origin of the great errors concerning him;: with a list of the false readings of the scriptures, and the mistranslations of the English Bible which contribute to support those errors (J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church Yard., 1710)
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