Primary Sources ~ John Wallis

A brief and easie explanation of the shorter catechism (1652) by John Wallis
A brief letter from a young Oxonian to one of his late fellow-pupils upon the subject of magnetism (1697) by John Wallis
A defence of the Royal Society, and the Philosophical transactions, particularly those of July, 1670. (1678) by John Wallis
A defense of infant-baptism (1697) by John Wallis
A defense of the Christian Sabbath (1692) by John Wallis
A defense of the Christian Sabbath. Part the first. (1693) by John Wallis
A defense of the Christian Sabbath. Part the second. (1694) by John Wallis
A discourse of gravity and gravitation, grounded on experimental observations (1675) by John Wallis
A fifth letter, concerning the sacred Trinity (1691) by John Wallis
A fourth letter, concerning the sacred Trinity (1691) by John Wallis
A most useful collection of the principal sermons of Christ, with his prophets & apostles, which is the greatest light in the world (1675) by John Wallis
A proposal about printing A treatise of algebra, historical and practical written by the Reverend and learned Dr. John Wallis (1683) by John Wallis
A second letter concerning the Holy Trinity (1691) by John Wallis
A seventh letter, concerning the sacred Trinity (1691) by John Wallis
A sixth letter, concerning the sacred Trinity (1691) by John Wallis
A treatise of algebra, both historical and practical. (1685) by John Wallis
A treatise of angular sections (1684) by John Wallis
An answer to Dr. Sherlock’s examination of the Oxford decree (1696) by John Wallis
An answer to three papers of Mr. Hobs (1671) by John Wallis
An eighth letter concerning the sacred Trinity (1692) by John Wallis
An explication and vindication of the Athanasian Creed (1691) by John Wallis
Cono-cuneus: or, The shipwright’s circular vvedge (1684) by John Wallis
Cui præfigitur, de loquela sive sonorum formatione, tractatus grammatico-physicus. (1652) by John Wallis
De algebra tractatus; historicus & practicus. Anno 1685 Anglice editus; nunc auctus Latine (1693) by John Wallis
Due correction for Mr Hobbes (1656) by John Wallis
Elenchus geometriæ Hobbianæ (1655) by John Wallis
Grammatica linguae anglicanae cui praefigitur de loquela sive sonorum formatione tractatus grammatico-physicus (1674) by John Wallis
Hobbiani puncti dispvnctio (1657) by John Wallis
Hobbius heauton-timorumenos (1662) by John Wallis
Institutio logicæ (1687) by John Wallis
Item, tractatus grammatico-physicus de loquela sive sonorum formatione (1688) by John Wallis
Johannis Wallis, S.T.D. Geometriæ Professoris Saviliani, in celeberrima academia Oxoniensi; atque Regalis Societatis Londini sodalis; Grammatica linguæ Anglicanæ (1674) by John Wallis
Mechanica: sive, De motu, tractatus geometricus (1670) by John Wallis
Mens sobria seriò commendata (1657) by John Wallis
On the sad losse of the truly honourable Robert Lord Brook an elegie, to his vertuous and noble lady (1643) by John Wallis
Opera quædam miscellanea: quæ versa pagina indicabit. (1699) by John Wallis
Operum mathematicorum pars altera: qua continentur de angulo contactus & semicirculi, disquisitio geometrica (1656) by John Wallis
Operum mathematicorum pars prima (1657) by John Wallis
Operum mathematicorvm Johannes Wallisi. (1656) by John Wallis
Reasons shewing the consistency of the place of Custos Archivorum with that of a Savilian Professor. (1658) by John Wallis
Saviliani Exercitationes tres (1678) by John Wallis
Serenissimo Regi Carolo, regni anno decimo quarto, cum celsissima principe Katharina, nuptias consummanti (1662) by John Wallis
The doctrine of the Blessed Trinity briefly explained (1690) by John Wallis
The greatest light in the world, far exceeding the light of the Quakers (1674) by John Wallis
The life of faith (1684) by John Wallis
The necessity of regeneration: in two sermons at the University of Oxford (1682) by John Wallis
The resurrection asserted: in a sermon preached to the University of Oxford, on Easter-day, 1679 (1679) by John Wallis
Theological discourses and sermons on several occasions (1692) by John Wallis
Theological discourses containing VIII letters and III sermons (1692) by John Wallis
Theological discourses, in two parts the first containing VIII letters and III sermons concerning the blessed Trinity (1695) by John Wallis