The third impression much augmented, with an additionall discovery of the severall tooles and instruments in their forms and figures promised, with a second part containing six newer peeces of improvement ... - London : Printed for John Wright, 1653.
Book — , 274,  p., 1 folded leaf of plates : ill. ; 19 cm.
The whole revised and compared with the original, together with a preface, confirming this new method / by Richard Bradley, Fellow of the Royal Society. - London : Printed for P. Vaillant in the Strand, and W. Mears and F. Clay without Temple-Bar, MDCCXXI 
Book — , 300,  pages,  leaves of plates (13 folded) : illustrations (engravings) ; 29 cm (4to)
3rd ed., rev., and ... made very perfect and compleat; especially that part which relates to the burning of clay: with the plan of the kiln curiously engraved. In which is a full account of the 1st methods of lighting, maintaining, renewing, and keeping the fire continually in, by means of a new invented cheap kiln, which does the burning with great ease and certainty, and is the chief art which belongs to this useful and reasonable improvement. - London : Printed for Thomas Astley, 1729.