The Peking Syllabary; being a collection of the characters representing the dialect of Peking; arranged after a new orthography in syllabic classes, according to the four tones. Designed to accompany the Hsin Ching Lu, or Book of Experiments, (Hong Kong), 1859.
語言自邇集 Yü-yen tzu-erh chi: a progressive course designed to assist the student of colloquial Chinese, London, 1867.
文件自集 Wen-chien tzu-erh chi: a series of papers selected as specimens of documentary Chinese, London, 1867.
漢字習寫法 Han-tzu hsi-hsieh fa: a set of writing exercises, designed to accompany the colloquial series of the tzu-erh chi, London, 1867.