Title: An earnest and affectionate address to the common people of England concerning their usual recreations on Shrove Tuesday.
Edition: A new edition.
Publication: London : Printed for F. and C. Rivington, booksellers to the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, No. 62, St. Paul’s Church-Yard; by Bye and law, St. John’s Square, Clerkenwell, 1800.
Manufacture: [London] : Printed by Bye and law, St. John’s Square, Clerkenwell.
Title: A letter to the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, on the extraneous matter contained in Mr. Burke’s speeches, in Westminster-Hall. : To which is added, Mr. Burke’s letter to Mr. Montague, with observations by Major John Scott.
Edition: Second edition.
Publication: London : Printed for John Stockdale, opposite Burlington House, Piccadilly, MDCCLXXXIX 
Uniform Title: [Bone to gnaw, for the Democrats. Pt. 2. Selections]
Title: Democratic principles, illustrated by example, part the first : part the second, containing an instructive essay, tracing all the horrors of the French Revolution to their real causes; the licentious politics, and infidel philosophy of the present age / by Peter Porcupine.
Edition: Fifth edition.
Publication: Dublin : Printed for J. Milliken, No. 32, Grafton-Street, 1797 [i.e. 1798]
Uniform Title: Authentic account of forgeries and frauds of various kinds committed by Charles Price, otherwise Patch.
Title: A new edition, being a more minute and particular account of that consummate adept in deception, Charles Price, otherwise Patch, many years a stock-broker and lottery-office-keeper in London and Westminster : in this edition the whole of his various forgeries and frauds are circumstantially related … till he began that desperate undertaking of forgeries on the Bank of England … : with this edition is given as a frontispiece an exact representation of his person, in the disguise he wore when he negotiated his first parcel of counterfeit bank notes, in the year 1780, and likewise another portrait of him in his usual dress.
Publication: London : Printed for the editor, (by whose permission a part only of these memoirs first appeared in the English Chronicle) and sold by G. Kearsley, at no. 46, in Fleet-Street, MDCCLXXXVI 
Title: Valuable life annuities, with equitable assurance old policies, and Covent-Garden Theatre shares. Particulars of four very desirable annuities, seventy-two pounds nine shillings each, clear of all deduction, … payable out of the money arising from the tolls of the Longships Light-House, near the Land’s End, Cornwall, amounting to near £3000 per annum. … : Also, two new shares of £500 each, in Covent-Garden Theatre, entitling the possessor to an annuity of twenty-five pounds per share, for eighty-five years from the opening of the theatre, with an annual transferrable [sic] free admission. Which will be sold by auction, by Mr. Scott, on Friday, the 17th of Feb. 1815, at twelve o’clock, at the Mart, London, near the Bank of England.
Publication: [London] : [publisher not identified],