|Year of Publication||Title|
The Church of England vindicated from the charge of Arminianism; and the case of Arminian subscription particularly considered; in a Letter to the Rev. Dr. Nowell. Occasioned by some Passages in that Gentleman's answer to Pietas Oxoniensis. By a Presbyter of the Church of England.
|1770||A Letter to the Rev. Mr. John Wesley relative to his pretended Abridgment of Zanchius on Predestination|
|1770||Introduction to "A Name in Heaven" by Matthew Mead|
Clerical Subscription no Grievance, Or, The Doctrines of the Church of England proved to be the Doctrines of Christ. In a Sermon preached at an Annual Visitation of the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of Exeter held at Columpton, Tuesday, May 12, 1772.
|1772||More Work for Mr. John Wesley: or A Vindication of the Decrees and Providences of God from the Defamations of a late printed 'The Consequence Proved.|
|1774||Historical Proof of the Doctrinal Calvinism of the Church of England|
|1775||Free will and Merit fairly Examined. Preached 15th May, 1774, at St. Ann's, Blackfriars|
|1775||Good News from Heaven. Preached 19th June, 1774, at the Lock|
|1775||An Old Fox tarr'd and feathered|
Joy in Heaven. Preached 29th Oct., 1775, at St. Luke's, Old Street; and The Existence and the Creed of Devils considered; with a word concerning Apparitions. Preached 29th Oct., 1775, at St. Olave's, Jewry.
|1778||The Reverend Mr Toplady's Dying Avowal of his Religious Sentiments|
|1794||Toplady's Works in six volumes|
|1800||The Liturgy of the Church of England Explained and Vindicated so as to appear in perfect harmony with the Scriptures.|
|1801||Devotional Retirement, recommended and enforced, with Meditations and Remarks.|
|1822||Contemplations on the Sufferings, Death and Resurrection of Christ, by Augustus Toplady|