“An Abstract of Dr Daniel Williams’ The Gospel Truth”, Bibliothèque Universelle et historique, 23 (1692), págs. 504-524.

Two Essays sent in a Letter from Oxford (Londres, 1695).

Christianity Not Mysterious: Or, A Treatise Shewing, That There Is Nothing in the Gospel Contrary to Reason, not Above it (Londres, 1696).

Davanzanti Bostichi, A Discourse Upon Coins (Londres, 1696). Traducción y prefacio de John Toland.

Prefacio a A Lady’s Religion (Londres, 1697).

An Apology for Mr Toland (Londres, 1697).

A Defence of Mr Toland in a Letter to Himself (Londres, 1697).

Jean Le Clerc, A Treatise on the Causes of Incredulity (Londres, 1697). Traducción y prefacio de John Toland.

“The Honourable Algernon Sidney’s Letter Against Bribery and Arbitrary Government”, en Familiar Letters Written by the Right Honourable John Late Earl of Rochester and Several Other Persons of Honour and Quality (Londres, 1697), págs. 60-66.

The Danger of Mercenary Parliaments (1698; Londres, 1722).

A Letter to a Member of Parliament Shewing that a Restraint on the Press in Inconsistent with the Protestant Religion (Londres, 1698; 1706).

Memoirs of Lieutenant General Ludlow (1698).

The Militia Reform’d (Londres, 1698, 1699, 1706).

Algernon Sidney, Discourses concerning Government (Londres, 1698)

A Complete Collection of the Historical, Political and Miscellaneous Works of John Milton (Ámsterdam 1698; Londres, 1699).

The Life of John Milton (Ámsterdam 1698; Londres, 1699).

Amyntor or a Defence of Milton’s Life (Londres, 1699).

Anthony Ashley Cooper, An Inquiry Concerning Virtue (Londres, 1699).

Memoirs of Denzil, Lord Holles (Londres, 1699).

The Oceana and Other Works of James Harrington (Londres, 1700).

Clito: Or the Force of Eloquence (Londres, 1700).

Anglia Libera (Londres, 1701).

The Art of Governing by Partys (Londres, 1701).

Limitations for the Next Foreign Successor, Or New Saxon Race (Londres, 1701).

Propositions for Uniting the Two East-India Companies (Londres, 1701).

Vindicius Liberius (Londres, 1702)

Con Anthony Ashley Cooper, Paradoxes of State (Londres, 1702).

I: Reasons for Addressing his Majesty to Invite into England their Highnesses the Electress Dowager and the Electoral Prince of Hanover, II: Reasons for Attainting and Abjuring the Pretended Prince of Wales (Londres, 1702).

Letters to Serena (Londres, 1704).

The Principle of the Protestant Reformation Explained in a Letter of Resolution concerning Church Communion (Londres, 1704).

The Fables of Aesop (Londres, 1704).

Créquinière, The Agreement of the Customs of the East Indians with those of the Jews and Other

Ancient People (Londres, 1705).

The Ordinances, Statutes and Privileges of the Royal Academy of Prussia (Londres, 1705; 1714).

Socinianism Truly Stated (Londres, 1705).

An Account of the Courts of Prussia and Hanover Sent to a Minister of State in Holland (Londres, 1705)

The Memorial of the State of England (Londres, 1705).

A Letter from an Arabian Physician to a Famous Professor in the University of Hall in Saxony (¿1706?).

Oratio Philippica (Londres, 1707; 1709).

Matthew Cardinal Schinner, A Phillipick Oration to Incite the English against the French (Londres, 1707).

The Declaration Lately Publish’d in Favour of his Protestant Subjects by the Elector Palatine (Londres, 1707)

Adeisdaemon (La Haya, 1709).

Origines Judaicae (La Haya, 1709).

Mr Toland’s Reflections of Dr Sacheverell’s Sermon (Londres, 1710).

The Jacobitism, Perjury and Popery of High-Church Priests (Londres, 1710)

The Judgement of K James the First and Charles the First against Non-Resistance (Londres, 1710).

The Description of Epsom with the Humors and Politicks of the Place (Londres, 1711).

High-Church Displayed (London, 1711; 1713).

Her Majesty’s Reasons for Creating the Electoral Prince of Hanover a Peer (Londres, 1712).

A Letter Against Popery (Londres, 1712)

Dunkirk or Dover (Londres, 1713).

An Appeal to Honest People against Wicked Priests (Londres, [1713]).

Reasons for Naturalizing the Jews in Great Britain and Ireland (Londres, 1714).

The Grand Mystery Laid Open (Londres, 1714).

Characters of the Court of Hannover (Londres, 1714).

The Funeral Elogy of Princess Sophia (Londres, 1714).

The Reasons and Necessity of the Duke of Cambridge’s Coming (Londres, 1714).

The Art of Canvassing at Elections (Londres, 1714).

Acts of Parliaments No Infallible Security to Bad Peace-Makers (Londres, 1714).

The Art of Restoring: or the Piety and Probity of General Monk in Bringing about the Late Restoration (Londres, 1714).

A Collection of Letters by General Monck (Londres, 1714).

The State Anatomy of Great Britain (Londres, 1717).

The Second Part of the State Anatomy (Londres, 1717).

The Destiny of Rome (Londres, 1718).

Nazarenus (Londres, 1718).

Pantheisticon (1720; Londres, 1753).

Tetradymus containing Hodegus, Cliodopherous, Hypatia, Mangoneutes (Londres, 1720).

A Short Essay Upon Lying (Londres, 1720).

Reasons most humbly offer’d to the Honble House of Commons why a Bill Sent Down to them ... Show not pass into Law (Londres, 1720).

Letters from the Right Honourable the Late Earl of Shaftesbury to Robert Molesworth (Londres, 1721).


Obra editada póstumamente:

Pierre Des Maizeaux (ed.), A Collection of Several Pieces of Mr Toland, Londres, 1726, 2 vols. Contiene:

“A Specimen of the Critical History of the Celtic Religion and Learning”, I, págs. 1-183.

“Cicero Illustratus”, I, págs. 229-296.

“An Account of Jordano Bruno’s Innumerable Worlds”, I, págs. 316-349.

 “A Catalogue of Books mention’d by the Fathers and other ancient Writers, as Truly or falsly

ascrib’d to Jesus Christ, his Apostles and other eminent Persons”, I, págs. 350-404.

“The Fabulous Death of Atilius Regulus”, II, págs. 28-47.

“A Project of a Journal, intended to be Publish’d weekly” (1704-1705), II, págs. 201-214.

“A Memorial for the Earl of *** [Oxford] containing a Scheme of Coalition”, II, págs. 215-219.

“Another Memorial for the Most Honourable Earl of *** [Oxford]”, II, págs. 220-238.

“A Memorial Presented to a Minister of State”, II, págs. 239-257.

“Physic without Physicians”, II, págs. 273-291.

“Letters”, II, págs. 292-495.

The Theological and Philosophical Works of the Late Mr. John Toland, Being a System of Jewish, Gentile and Mahometan Christianity (Londres, 1732).