Anonymous Bibliography

Memoirs of the Life of John, Lord Somers 1716
Onania 1716
Published circa 1716, the text became a bestseller which prompted a flood of rejoinders bemoaning the evils of masturbation.
A True and Faithful Narrative of Oliver Cromwell's Compact with the Devil 1720
Some Reflections on Prescience 1731
Nouvelles libertés de penser 1743
Authorship uncertain, a slim volume containing five treatises, hitherto circulated only privately. Two of the essays have been attributed to Fontenelle and one of them, Le Philosophe, to César Chesneau.
The Hull Tragedy 1748
The Hull Tragedy told the tale of a Yorkshire knight Sir Peter Symonds who found himself involved in a ghastly cycle of domestic strife and murder thanks to the satanic nature of black servants. It was typical of a genre which reinforced commonplace prejudices against almost everything and everyone alien and unfamiliar.” (Paul Langford, A Polite and Commercial People: England 1727-1783, p. 320)
Admonitions from the dead, in epistles to the living; addressed by certain spirits of both sexes, to their friends or enemies on earth, with a view either to condemn or justify their conduct while alive; and to promote the cause of religion and moral virtue 1754
Includes a fictitious letter from Bolingbroke written in the afterlife pleading with David Hume to abandon his infidelity.
A Voyage to the World in the Centre of the Earth 1755
Oeuvres philosophiques de M. D. Hume 1764
French collection of Hume?s philosophical writings translated by J. B. M‚rian, J.B.R. Robinet and Mlle. de la Chaux.
The Truth of the Christian Religion vindicated from the objections of unbelievers; particularly of J.-J. R 1765
Written by the Editor of the Christian Magazine
A History of Little Goody Two Shoes 1766
Warnecke M. R?s Emilius... humorously examined and explored from the objections of believers; particularly of J.-J. R. 1766
Written by the Editor of the Christian Magazine.
Pens‚es philosophiques, morales, critiques, litt‚raires et politiques de M. Hume 1767
Translated by J.A.J. de Boulmiers.
Encyclopaedia Britannica 1768
The first edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica was published btween 1771 and 1815; four editions of the encyclopaedia were published with the last consisting of twenty large volumes.
The beauties of the magazines, and other periodical works, ... consisting of essays, moral tales, characters and other figitive pieces, in prose, ... by the most eminent hands ; viz. Colman, Goldsmith, Murphy, Smollet, Thornton, &c. Also some essays by D. Hume, Esq; not inserted in the late editions of his works 1772
An anthology which includes David Hume?s ?On Impudence and Modesty,? ?On Love and Marriage,? and ?On Avarice?.
Personal slavery established, by the suffrages of custom and right reason being a full answer to the gloomy and visionary reveries of all the fanatical and enthusiastical writers on that subject 1773
Anonymous pamphlet published in Philadelphia, includes an attack on Hume's views about blacks in his essay ?Of National Characters.?
The essay on the nature and immutability of truth, in opposition to sophistry and scepticism, by James Beattie . . . shewn to be sophistical, and promotive of scepticism and infidelity. With some remarks on priestcraft, subscriptions, and establishments. In a letter to a friend. By a professor of Moral Philosophy in the College of Common-Sense 1773
Pamphlet attacking Beattie' Essay and Hume's scepticism. It has been claimed that the piece was written by Thomas Cogan (1736?1818).
Dialogues in the shades, between General Wolfe, General Montgomery, David Hume, George Grenville, and Charles Townshend 1777
Fictitious dialogues on the American Revolution
The Beauties of Hume and Bolingbroke 1781
The beauties of Hume and Bolingbroke 1782
A selection from Hume and Bolingbroke?s writings, including an essay discussing the similarities between the two authors.
Essays on suicide, and the immortality of the soul, ascribed to the late David Hume, Esq. Never before published. With remarks, intended as an antidote to the poison contained in these performances, by the editor. To which is added, two letters on suicide, from Rosseau?s Eloisa 1783
The remarks accompanying the edition include criticism of Hume's ?Of Suicide? and ?Of the Immortality of the Soul.?
An answer to David Hume, and others, on the subject of liberty and necessity, providence, and a future state 1785
A critique of Hume?s determinism.
An address to the deists: or an inquiry into the character of the author of the Book of Revelation. With an appendix, in which the argument of Mr. Hume against the credibility of miracles is considered and refuted. By one who thinks with that eminent judge, Sir Matthew Hale, that religion is the first concern of man 1788