The retort courteous; Or, Remarks on the sophistry and ill-natured bigotry contained in a letter addressed to Dr. Priestley, under the signature of John Churchman. Which appeared in the Birmingham & Stafford Chronicle of August 4, 1791. By a Member of the Church of England, but no party man.
- Member of the Church of England, but no party man.
- MDCCXCI. 
The retort courteous; or a candid appeal to the public on the conduct of Thomas Linley, Esq, manager of Drury-Lane Theatre, to the author of Dido. Containing original letters and Just Remarks on the Manager's Arbitrary and Indefensible Rejection of That Tragedy. By the author of The register-office.
- Reed, Joseph, 1723-1787.
- M,DCC,LXXXVII. 
Another coruscation of the meteor Burke The retort politic on Master Burke; or, a few words en passant: occasioned by his two letters on a regicide peace. From a tyro of his own school, but of another class. Second edition. With remarks on that Rt. Hon. author's condemnation of the plan of war hitherto adopted.
- Tyro of His Own School.
A humble attempt at scurrility: in imitation of those great masters of the art, the Rev. Dr. S--th; the Rev. Dr. Al----n; the Rev. Mr. Ew-n; the irreverend D.J. D-ve, and the heroic J--n D-------n, Esq; being a full answer to the observations on Mr. H----s's advertisement. By Jack Retort, student in scurrility.
- Hunt, Isaac, approximately 1742-1809.