|←Author Index: Pa||John Partridge
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- Partridge's advice to the Protestants of England 1678
- Mikropanastron, or, An astrological vade mecum briefly teaching the whole art of astrology (1679)
- A textbook of traditional horary, electional and natal astrology. The book included several sets of aphorisms including the famous Centiloquium, the 100 sayings attributed to Ptolemy.
- Mercurius coelestis, being an almanack for the year of the world's redemption, 1682 (1682)
- Merlinus redivivus, being an almanack for the year of our redemption, 1684 (1684)
- Opus Reformatum: Treatise of Astrology in which The Common Errors of that Art are Modestly Exposed and Rejected 1693.
Works about Partridge
- An Epitaph on Partridge by Jonathon Swift
- “Partridge, John (1644-1715),” in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols.