Free Thoughts on the Present State of Public Affairs. In a Letter to a Friend. London: Printed by J. and W. Oliver. 1770.
Thoughts upon Liberty. By an Englishman. London: [n.p.], 1772.
Thoughts on the Present Scarcity of Provisions. London: Printed by R. Hawes, 1773.
Thoughts upon Slavery. By John Wesley, A.M. London: Printed by R. Hawes. 1774.
A Calm Address to Our American Colonies. By John Wesley, M.A. Bristol: Printed by Bonner and Middleton, 1775.
A Sermon preached at St. Matthew's, Bethnal Green, on Sunday, November 12th, 1775. By John Wesley, M.A. For the Benefit of the Widows and Orphans of the Soldiers who lately fell near Boston, in New England. London: Printed by R. Hawes. 1775.
Some Observations on Liberty. Occasioned by a Late Tract. By John Wesley, M.A. London: Printed by R. Hawes, 1776.
A Seasonable Address to the More Serious Part of the Inhabitants of Great Britain, Respecting the Unhappy Contest between Us and Our American Brethren, with an Occasional Word Interspersed to Those of a Different Complexion. By a Lover of Peace. n.p., 
A Calm Address to the Inhabitants of England. By John Wesley. London: Printed by J. Fry and Co., 1777.
A Serious Address to the People of England, with Regard to the State of the Nation. By John Wesley, A.M. London: Printed by R. Hawes, 1778.
A Compassionate Address to the Inhabitants of Ireland. By John Wesley, M.A. Belfast: Printed by James Magee, 1778.
An Account of the Conduct of the War in the Middle Colonies. Extracted from a Late Author. London: [n.p.], 1780.
An Account of the Rise and Progress of the American War. Extracted from a Late Author, 4th ed. London: [n.p.], 1780.
Reflections on the Rise and Progress of the American Rebellion. London: Printed by J. Paramore, 1780.
An Extract of a Letter to the Right Honourable Viscount H**e, on his Naval Conduct in the American War. 1781.
John Wesley- A Bibliography
Outlines of Wesleyan Bibliography