Tom Brown Bibliography

Amusements; Serious and Comical Calculated for the Meridian of London 1707
In order to provide an outsider’s view of London, Brown imagines a companion from India being “dropped perpendicularly from the clouds, to find himself all on a sudden in the midst of this prodigious and noisy city”.

In addition to writing satires Brown translated works from Latin and French. He is best known for reputedly extemporaneous translation of Martial' s 33d epigram addressed Dr. John Fell, dean of Christ Church, Oxford: "I do not love thee, Dr. Fell, ... ." The translation prevented Brown's expulsion from Oxford.
Observations on the Nature and Tendency of the Doctrine of Mr. Hume, concerning the relation of Cause and Effect 1806
Second edition, enlarged. Edinburgh: printed for Mundell and son; and sold in London by Longman, Hurst, Rees, & Orme ... 1806. 220 pp; first published anonymously the previous year, and comprising only 46 pages.