His publications included various guides to Cheltenham and catalogues of picture collections
- Stories of Chivalry and Romance, 1827 (attributed by Cheltenham Public Library)
- The Stranger's Guide through Cheltenham (1832), (1834) (1842) (1843)
- Catalogue of the Montpellier Library, 1843
- Catalogue of Cheltenham College Library. 1843
- Picture galleries of Thirlestone House, Cheltenham, being notices of some of the principal paintings in Lord Northwick's collection (and variations) 1843, 1846, 1853
- The Cheltenham Looker-On, 1833-1890
- Cheltenham Annuaire, 1837-
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