The life of John Carteret Pilkington, son to the Reverend Mr. Matthew and the celebrated Mrs. Lt̆itia Pilkington. Written by himself. To which is added, never before printed, a [c]ollection of letters, which passed between the Late Lord K-g s B-h, and Mr. Pilkington. Also poems on several occasions; by the author's father. Revised and corrected by the Late Dean Swift,
- Pilkington, John Carteret, -1763.
- M.DCC.LXI. 
It cannot rain but it pours: or, the first part of London strow'd with rarities. Being A full and true Account of a Fierce and Wild Indian Deer that beat the Breath out of Mr. U****k's Body. As also How Madam Faustina the rare Singing Woman has been taken Hoarse. Together with a Lamentable Story of their being Blooded. And likewise A true Relation of the Arrival of the two Marvellous Black Arabian Ambassadors, who are of the same Country with the wonderful Horse lately shewn in King-Street. N. B. The Second Part of this Book by Mistake of the Printer was published first.
- Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.
- MDCCXXVI.