Bentley, Richard, 1662-1742. -- Bibliography. : Richard Bentley, D.D. : a bibliography of his works and of all the literature called forth by his acts or his writings / by A. T. Bartholomew ; with an introduction and chronological table by J. W. Clark.
Bentley, Richard, 1662-1742. : Some farther remarks : paragraph by paragraph, upon proposals lately publish'd for a new edition of a Greek and Latin Testament, by Richard Bentley. Containing a full answer to the editor's late defence of his said Proposals, as well as to all his Objections there made against my former Remarks. By Conyers Middleton, D.D.
Bentley, Richard, 1662-1742. : Epistolæ duæ ad celeberrimum doctissimumque virum F---- V---- Professorem Amstelodamensem scriptæ. Quarum in alter̂a agitur de editione Novi Testamenti ̀a clarissimo Bentleio suscept̂a, ... conjecturæ de sacro Textu examinantur. ...
Bentley, Richard, 1662-1742. : Remarks, paragraph by paragraph, upon the proposals lately publish'd by Richard Bentley, for a new edition of the Greek Testament and Latin version. By Conyers Middleton, D.D.
Bentley, Richard, 1662-1742. : Observations upon a sermon intituled, A confutation of atheism from the faculties of the soul, alias̀, Matter and motion cannot think : preached April 4, 1692 : by way of refutation.
Bentley, Richard, 1662-1742. : A friendly letter to Dr. Bentley. : Occasion'd by his new edition of Paradise lost. By a Gentleman of Christ-Church College, Oxon.
Bentley, Richard, 1662-1742. : The immortality of the soul asserted, and practically improved : shewing by Scripture, reason, and the testimony of the ancient philosophers, that the soul of man is capable of subsisting and acting in a state of separation from the body, and how much it concerns us all to prepare for that state : with some reflections on a pretended refutation of Mr. Bently's sermon / by Timothy Manlove.
Bentley, Richard, 1662-1742. : The university of Cambridge vindicated from the imputation of disloyalty it lies under on the account of not addressing: as also, from the malicious and foul aspersions of Dr. B----ly, late master of Trinity College; and of a certain Officer, and pretended Reformer in the said University. Written by the author.