- 1780: An investigation of the principles of progressive and rotatory motion
- 1780: An investigation of the principles of progressive and rotatory motion
- 1781: The elements of the conic sections
- 1783: A new method of investigating the sums of infinite series
- 1785: On the motion of bodies affected by friction
- 1786: A new method of finding fluents by continuation
- 1787: On the precession of the equinoxes
- 1790: A treatise on practical astronomy, by the Rev. S. Vince, A.M.F.R.S
- 1790: Observations on the fundamental property of the lever
- 1791: From the Philosophical transactions for 1791
- 1793: A plan of a course of lectures on the principles of natural philosophy
- 1793: On Monday, Dec. 16, at twelve o'clock, Mr. Vince proposes to begin a course of public lectures on Sir I. Newton's Principia. They will be continued till the 25th, then discontinued till Monday, January 6,
- 1795: The principles of fluxions
- 1796: The principles of hydrostatics
- 1797: A complete system of astronomy
- 1797: The heads of a course of lectures on experimental philosophy
- 1798: The credibility of Christianity vindicated
- 1799: The principles of astronomy
- 1800: The elements of the conic sections
- 1800: A treatise on plane and spherical trigonometry
- 1800: The principles of hydrostatics
- 1800: The principles of fluxions

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