||London: Thomas Rickaby, 1800
||The Book of Examples for Part I states: Printed for the Author, and entered at Stationer's Hall, January 1803.
||A Complete Treatise on Music. The Precepts and Examples in 2 Separate Books.
Contents of the Book of Precepts (the text, without engraved music examples):
The Principles and Method which make easy the Reading, Playing, Solfaing, and Singing.
On Thorough Bass, Accompanyment, The Prelude, and the Art of Playing and Singing Well.
On Transposition, Composition, and the Musical Proportions.
Possibly translated from one of his works first published in French?