Reflections on Dr. Smith's practice, in diseases of debility: shewing the propriety of arranging them by their effects upon the constitution; and therefore consistently with the method of cure. Proposing a plan of treatment No Less Congenial with the Salutary Laws of our Oeconomy, and A Rational Theory, than in Sanction Deficient of Authority and Experience. By a disciple of nature. Veritas Odium Parit.
- Disciple of Nature.
- MDCCXCI. 
W.D. student in the mysteries of nature, the only person now living, who for some time has done business in the name of the late Mr. Jones, at the Golden Ball, Hatton-Wall, Hatton-Garden, having removed to No. 46, Baldwin's-Gardens, Leather-Lane, Holborn, informs his numerous friends and the public, that from long and indefatigable researches into the abstruse but harmonious path of nature, he is enabled to satisfy every rational enquiry which can be made into futurity, ...
- W. D., student in the mysteries of nature.
The analogy of reason, or the doctrine of the Trinity proved by natural principles. In two parts. Part I. Shewing, how God may be said to subsist in three distinct equal Subsistencies in one undivided Nature of Essence. Part II. Shewing, the proper and distinct Personality of them, in the Deity, or Godhead. By the author of, The ground and nature of human knowledge.
- Author of The ground and nature of human knowledge.
- MDCCXXXIX.