Priestley's Complete Works
The following are the complete works of Joseph Priestley as listed in the first volume of John Towill Rutt's The Theological and Miscellaneous Works of Joseph Priestley. Rutt often used a different edition then the ones listed below. Below are the dates when the manuscript was first published. I am trying to link online editions as possible. Please see my notes when the original or reprint is not available.
- The Scripture Doctrine of Remission, which shews that the Death of Christ is no proper Sacrifice, nor Satisfaction for Sin; but that Pardon is dispensed solely on the account of Repentance, or a Personal Reformation of the Sinner (for an online approximation see Rutt volume vii (see note on page 260 and introduction on page 533)
- The Rudiments of English Grammar, to which are added, Observations on Style and Specimens of English Composition, adapted to the use of Schools. (Rutt's version can be found in volume xxiii).
- A Course of Lectures on the Theory of Language and Universal Grammar. Printed for the use of the Students at Warrington. Rutt volume xxiii (starts on page 119)
- On the Duty of not Living to Ourselves. A Sermon, preached before the Assembly of Ministers of the Counties o Lancaster and Chester, met at Manchester, May 16, 1764, to Carry into execution a Scheme for the Relief of their Widows and Children. Collection of Priestley/Price sermons. Rutt volume xv (starts on page 100)
- An Essay on the Course of Liberal Education for Civil and Active Life, with Plans of Lectures on the Study of History and General Policy, on the History of England, and on the Constitution and Laws of England. (prefixed to Lectures on History and General Policy starting on page xiii)(Rutt volume xxiv)
- A Chart of Biography, with a book containing an Explanation of it, and all the Names inserted in it. (Rutt has a description of it in volume xxiv page 463)