School of wisdom, or, new preceptor: a general system of the works of art and nature, calculated for advancing the instruction of youth, Containing I. Definition of the Soul, and Description of the Human Body. II. Astronomy, Oratory, Morality, and the Principals of Politeness. III. General Review of the Works of the Creation, viz. Birds, Beasts, Fishes and Insects. IV. On the Terraqueous Globe, Vegetable Creation & Elements. V. Comparative View, and Reflections on Nations, Manners and Men. VI. On Drawing, Designing, Painting, Limning and Gilding. Vii. On Etching, Engraving, Bronzing, Staining different Substances, &c. Viii. On Dying, with general Rules for the different Colours. IX. On Fire-Works, with Directions for making the different Sorts. X. Of the Art of making Porcelain, after the Chinese Manner, Secrets in Metals, &c. Compiled from various authors.
- MDCCLXXVII. 
The school of wisdom and arts; being a complete repository of what is most curious in art and nature. Containing, I. A survey of man, with sublime Reflections on his most noble Part, the Soul. II. A particular Description of the Structure of the Human Body; and the wonderful Properties of the Eye described. III. Astronomy, Oratory, Politeness, and Morality. IV. A Review of the Creation, viz. Birds, Beasts, Fishes, and Insect; their Industry, Sagacity, &c. V. Of the Globe: Gravity, Air, Light, Sound, Water, Clouds, Pain, Hail and Snow, with their Properties and Use. VI. Nations compared with each other. Vii. Drawing, Painting in Water and Oil Colours; Gilding, Etching, Engraving, Painting upon Glass, and Bronzing. Viii. Dying Silk, Linnen, Woolen and Leather. IX. Impressions from Figures, Busts, Casts, Medals, Leaves, &c. X. The Arts of Painting Marble and Glass; of Staining Wood, Bones, Horn, Ivory, Paper, Parchment, &c. XI. The whole art of Pyrotechny or Fire-Works. XII. The art of making porcelain after the Chinese manner, with many curious particulars, equally amusing and instructive to the Ingenious. Compiled from different authors.
- M,DCC,LXXXIII.