Printed at Boston, by Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews, <proprietors of the work.> At Faust's statue, no. 45, Newbury street. Sold at their bookstore, and by said Thomas, at his bookstore in Worcester. 1793.
The second edition, to which are added I. Remarks on Dr. Watts's Three dissertations relating to the Trinity ... II. A sober appeal to all that have read the New Testament ... III. A reply to Dr. Waterland's Animadversions upon some passages in the Sober appeal. - London : Printed for John Noon ..., 1748.
11th ed. N.B. Not only Mr. Woolston's objections in his Sixth discourse on Our Saviour's miracles, but those also which he and others have publish'd in other books, are here consider'd. - London, Printed for J. and H. Pemberton, 1743.
The 6th ed. To which are added, Three sermons: one at the public commencement, July 5, 1696. when he proceeded Doctor in Divinity; another before the University, Nov. 5, 1715. and one before his late majesty King George I. Feb. 3, 1716/17. - Cambridge [Eng.] Printed by M. Fenner, for W. Thurlbourn, 1735.