London : Printed for the author, and sold by his Son, Edward Goldney, Stationer, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, the second door from Watling-Street, 1760.
Book — , viii, 160, viii, 176, iv, 64, viii, 62,  pages,  leaves of plates : portrait ; 22 cm (8vo)
Goldney's epistle to the deists : (those who deny all revealed religion, acknowledging only natural, as the existence of a god, his providence, virtue and vice, the immortality of the soul, and rewards and punishments after death).
Goldney's epistle to the Jews : wheresoever scatter'd abroad upon the face of the whole earth, particularly to those who are desirous that almighty God would "open the eyes (of their understandings) that they might "behold the wondrous things out of his law" Ps. CXIX.
Scriptural remedies for healing the unhappy divisions in the Church of England : particularly of those people called Methodists.
Infallible methods for mankind to enjoy life comfortable on earth, and be qualified for, and assured of, exquisite happiness in heaven.