- 1751 near:
the Royal Exchange
(1)

- 1751 near:
the Royal Exchange
(1)
- 1751 in:
Corn-Hill
(1)
- 1758 in:
Cornhill
(1)
- 1759 in:
Cornhill
(1)

- 1613: The first set of English madrigals
- 1642: The taking of VVinchester by the Parliaments forces
- 1642: An encouragement to warre. Or, Bellum Parliamentale
- 1643: The Christians incovragement earnestly to contend for Christ his Gospell
- 1645: God iudging among the gods
- 1645: The good-vvill of him that dwelt in the bush: or, The extraordinary happinesse of living under an extraordinary providence
- 1695: Synthesis et analysis
- 1695: A compendium of algebra
- 1698: A compendium of algebra
- 1706: Winifred Clerk, spinster, an infant by ... her grandmother ... appellant. John Ward, clerk, respondent. The respondent's case
- 1707: The young mathematician's guide
- 1707: The young mathematician's guide
- 1708: The case of John Ward of Hackney
- 1709: The young mathematician's guide
- 1710: Clavis usur?
- 1711: The case of John Ward of Hackney
- 1712: De ordine, sive de venusta & eleganti tum vocabulorum, tum membrorum sententię collocatione
- 1713: The young mathematician's guide
- 1714: A practical method
- 1719: De asse et partibus ejus commentarius
- 1719: The young mathematician's guide
- 1724: A compendium of algebra
- 1724: The young mathematician's guide
- 1725: John Ward, Esquire, - - - - - - appellant. The most noble Edmond Duke of Buckinghamshire ... Charles Earl of Orrery, George Lord Willoughby de Brooke, ... respondents. The appellant's case
- 1726: John Ward and Henry Fenn, Esqs; ... appellants. Margaret Johnson, ... Arthur Collier and Margaret his wife; ... respondents. The appellants case
- 1727: The case of J--- W---
- 1727: Ad viri reverendi Conier. Middletoni
- 1727: Ad viri reverendi Conier. Middletoni
- 1728: The young mathematician's guide
- 1728: Dissertationis V.R. Con. Middletoni, S.T.P
- 1730: The posthumous works
- 1731: The young mathematician's guide
- 1734: The young mathematician's guide
- 1737: Happiness: a poem
- 1737: An address humbly inscribed to His Grace, the Duke of Devonshire
- 1739: De ratione interpungendi
- 1739: Happiness: a poem
- 1740: The lives of the professors of Gresham College
- 1740: John Ward, at the Crown and Five Cloggs in Dean-street, near Red-Lyon Square, Holborn, makes and sells all sorts of rich shoes and cloggs, wholesale and retale [sic]
- 1740: Clavis usurę
- 1740: The young mathematician's guide
- 1742: The posthumous works
- 1747: The young mathematician's guide
- 1748: Books printed for John Ward, at the King's-Arms in Cornhill, opposite the Royal-Exchange, London. Where likewise may be had, all sorts of books;
- 1752: The young mathematician's guide
- 1755: The young mathematician's guide
- 1758: Four essays upon the English language
- 1758: The young mathematician's guide
- 1759: A system of oratory
- 1761: Dissertations upon several passages of the sacred scriptures
- 1762: The young mathematician's guide
- 1765: The posthumous works
- 1769: The young mathematician's guide
- 1769: Young mathematician's guide
- 1769: The young mathematician's guide
- 1771: The young mathematician's guide
- 1774: Dissertations upon several passages of the sacred scriptures
- 1776: The view and conduct of a minister of the Gospel
- 1778: A short discourse by John Ward, and a declaration by Isaac Smith, preceding the ordination prayer

- 1711: The hope of Christians an argument of comfort for their death
- 1711: The hope of Christians an argument of comfort for their death
- 1752: A clear and compendious history of the gods and goddesses

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