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., [1776]

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.

Sources

John Wesley- A Bibliography 

Outlines of Wesleyan Bibliography