- The Beaux Stratagem
- The Constant Couple
- The Inconstant
- Love and a Bottle
- The Recruiting Officer
- Sir Harry Wildair
- The Stage-Coach
- The Twin-Rivals
- The Adventures of Covent-Garden
- Doubtful Attributions
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Miscellaneous Prose and Poetry.
- Familiar and Courtly Letters Written by Monsieur Voiture To Persons of the greatest Honour, Wit, and Quality of both Sexes in the Court of France
- A Pacquet from Will's: Or a New Collection of Original Letters on Several Subjects; Containing Pleasant Memoirs, Intrigues and Adventures that lately hapned at London, Hampton Court, Tunbridge, Epsom, North Hall and the Bath
- Letters of Wit, Politics and Morality
- To a Gentleman who had his Pocket pick’d of a Watch and Money by a Mistriss.
- Love's Catechism
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Love and Business
- On the Death of General Schomberg kill’d at the Boyn.
- Written on Orinda’s Poem’s, lent to a Lady, in imitation of Ovid.
- To the Ingenious Lady, Author of the Fatal Friendship, design’d for a Recommendatory Copy to her Play.
- An Epigram, on the Riding-House in Dublin, made into a Chappel
- To a Lady, being detain’d from visiting her by a Storm.
- The Lovers Night.
- [Two untitled letters]
- An Epilogue, spoken by Mr. Wilks at his first Appearance upon the English Stage.
- A Prologue on the propos’d Union of the Two Houses.
- On the Death of a Lady’s Sparrow, in Imitation of Catullus, for his Lesbia’s.
- On the Death of the late Queen.
- A Song.
- The Assignation, a Song.
- An Epigram.
- To a Gentleman, that had his Pocket pick’d of a Watch and some Gold by a Mistress. A Burlesque Letter.
- A collection of Letters and Other Miscellanies.
- A Discourse upon Comedy, In Reference to the English Stage.
- Prologues and Epilogues.