Reprint of two works by the Rev. William Romaine (1714-1795). The first is his treatise on the Lord's Supper. It was originally commissioned as a charity book by a patroness who wanted the Sacrament explained for anyone to understand. The Rev. Romaine did so admirably. It is a concise work, deep in truth but simple to read. The second section of the book is on Justification. The Rev. William Romaine was obliged to answer the heretical views then being published by a fellow Anglican minister in Bristol. The work begins with the Bristol text and then the Rev. Romaine uses a dialogue format to expound how easily the minister had fallen into the trap of adopting a Roman Catholic view of Justification. The Rev. Romaine's work excels in promoting the truth of justification by faith in Jesus Christ alone.