- 1743: The doctrine of fluxions
- 1749: The elements of trigonometry
- 1749: The projection of the sphere, orthographic, stereographic and gnomonical
- 1754: The principles of mechanics
- 1755: Navigation; or, the art of sailing upon the sea
- 1757: The doctrine of fluxions
- 1758: The principles of mechanics
- 1763: Cyclomathesis: or An easy introduction to the several branches of the mathematics
- 1763: The doctrine of proportion, arithmetical and geometrical. Together with a general method of arguing by proportional quantities
- 1763: The elements of geometry. In which, the principal propositions of Euclid, Archimedes, and others, are demonstrated after the most easy manner. To which is added, a collection of useful geometrical problems
- 1763: The method of increments
- 1764: Navigation; or, the art of sailing upon the sea
- 1764: The elements of trigonometry
- 1764: A treatise of algebra, in two books
- 1766: The arithmetic of infinites, and the differential method
- 1767: The arithmetic of infinites, and the differential method
- 1768: The doctrine of fluxions
- 1768: [C]yclomathesis
- 1768: The elements of optics
- 1768: Perspective: or, the art of drawing the representations of all objects upon a plane
- 1769: Mechanics; or, the doctrine of motion. Comprehending, I. The general laws of motion. II. The descent of bodies perpendicularly, and down inclined Planes, and also in Curve Surfaces. The Motion of Pendulums. III. Centers of gravity. The Equilibrium of Beams of Timber, and their Forces and Directions. IV. The mechanical powers. V. The comparative strength of timber, and its stress. The Powers of Engines, their Motion, and Friction. VI. Hydrostatics and pneumatics
- 1769: The projection of the sphere, orthographic, stereographic, and gnomonical
- 1769: The laws of centripetal and centrifugal force
- 1769: A system of astronomy. Containing the investigation and demonstration of the elements of that science
- 1770: Chronology: or, the art of reckoning time
- 1770: The art of surveying, or measuring land
- 1770: Calculation, libration, and mensuration
- 1770: Cyclomathesis
- 1770: The mathematical principles of geography
- 1770: The doctrine of combinations, permutations, and compositions, of quantities, clearly and succinctly demonstrated
- 1770: A short comment on Sir I. Newton's Principia
- 1773: The principles of mechanics
- 1776: Miscellanies. Or a miscellaneous treatise; containing several mathematical subjects
- 1780: A treatise of algebra, in two books
- 1788: The elements of trigonometry
- 1791: Cyclomathesis: or An easy introduction to the several branches of the mathematics
- 1793: Tracts
- 1794: A discourse, delivered in Harvard, July 4, 1794
- 1794: The principles of mechanics
- 1794: The elements of geometry, in which the principal propositions of Euclid, Archimedes, and others, are demonstrated after the most easy manner. To which is added, a collection of useful geometrical problems. Also, the Doctrine of Proportion, Arithmetical and Geometrical. Together with a general Method of arguing by proportional Quantities. By William Emerson
- 1799: Piety and arms
- 1800: A discourse, delivered before the Roxbury Charitable Society
- 1800: The principles of mechanics

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