Gray, Thomas: Ode On the Pleasure Arising From Vicissitude. Left unfinished by Mr. Gray, and since completed [by William Mason]. With an introduction by Leonard Whibley. Ed. by William Andrews Clark. San Francisco: Printed for William Andrews Clark by John Henry Nash, 1933. [With a facsimile of a pamphlet version printed in 1774, containing Gray's text and the additions of William Mason. Made from a copy in the library of William Andrews Clark]
Gray, Thomas: Gray: Poetry and Prose. With essays by Johnson, Goldsmith and others. With an Introduction and Notes by J. Crofts. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1948 [1st ed. 1926]. [Includes overview with timeline, letters and secondary texts]. Review: Frederick T. Wood (of first edition) in Englische Studien 66 (1931), p. 276.
Gray, Thomas: Gray's Poems Letters and Essays. Introduction by John Drinkwater. Biographical Notes by Lewis Gibbs. London [etc.]: J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd., 1912 [reprinted 1955 etc]. [Contains an introduction and biography]
Gray, Thomas: Poems of Thomas Gray. Edited by W. C. Eppstein. London and Glasgow: Blackie & Son Ltd., 1959 [Includes introdution, few notes]
Gray, Thomas: Poems, 1768. Originally printed by Robert and Andrew Foulis, Glasgow, 1768. A Scolar Press facsimile. Menston: Scolar Press, 1973.
Gibson, Donald et al. (eds.): Thomas Gray: "Elegy in a Country Churchyard", Latin translations 1762-2001, ed. by Donald Gibson, Peter Wilkinson, and Stephen French. Orpington: The Holden Press, 2008.
Gray, Thomas: The Works of Thomas Gray: in prose and verse. Ed. by Edmund Gosse, in four vols. London: MacMillan and Co., 1884 [revised edition 1912, reprinted London: MacMillan Co., 1902-6, reprinted New York: AMS Press, 1968 [with index], unauthorized reprint New York: F. A. Stokes company, ]. [Includes editorial overviews and annotations to the texts]. Reviews: The Quarterly review 439 (Apr. 1914), and in The Academy 27 (1885), p. 53.
Gray, Thomas: Thomas Gray: selected poems. [This selection by Ian Hamilton]. Bloomsbury poetry classics series. London: Bloomsbury, 1997.
Gray, Thomas: Thomas Gray: Selected Poems. Ed. by John Heath-Stubbs. Manchester: Carcanet New Press Ltd., 1981. [Includes editorial notes]
Gray, Thomas and William Collins: Selected poems of Thomas Gray and William Collins. Ed. by Arthur Johnston. Arnold's English texts series. London: Edward Arnold, 1967 [reprinted in the English library series, Columbia: U. of South Carolina P., 1970]. Review: L. C. B. in Etudes anglaises 3 (Jul. 1967), p. 326.
Gray, Thomas: The Poems of Thomas Gray, William Collins, Oliver Goldsmith. Edited by Roger Lonsdale. Longmans' Annotated English Poets series. London and Harlow: Longmans, 1969 [reprinted 1976]. [The most resourceful edition of Gray's to this date, includes illustrations, bibliographical references, index, and timeline]. Reviews: R. T. Davies in Modern language review 65(4) (1970), p. 879, and in Review of English studies 21(84) (Nov. 1970), p. 506.
Gray, Thomas: Thomas Gray and William Collins: Poetical Works Ed. by Roger Lonsdale. Oxford standard authors series. Oxford and New York: Oxford UP, 1977 [reprinted as Oxford Paperbacks, 1989]. [Includes illustrations, bibliography (pp. 223-227), and index]. Reviews: A. J. Sambrook in Modern language review 75(1) (Jan. 1980), p. 173, and in Review of English studies 29(116) (Nov. 1978), p. 483.
Gray, Thomas: Thomas Gray: An Elegy Wrote in a Country Church Yard, the Eton Manuscript & the First Edition, 1751. Reproduced in Facsimile with an Introduction by Alastair MacDonald. Ilkley, Yorks. and London: The Scolar Press, 1976. Review: Robert Birley, Times Literary Supplement (London) 27 May 1977, p. 660.
Gray, Thomas: Thomas Gray. Selected and edited by Robert L. Mack. Everyman's Paperback Classics. Everyman's Poetry Library. London: J. M. Dent, 1996.
Pembroke College, Cambridge: Poetic commonplace books and manuscripts of Thomas Gray, 1716-1771 from Pembroke College, Cambridge. 14 microfilm reels, 35mm and listing and guide to the microfilm collection. Published by the University of Cambridge, Pembroke College. Reading: Adam Matthew Publications, 1991 [2nd ed. 1999]. [Includes bibliographical references, a printed handlist, and a detailed chronology of the long 18th century]
Gray, Thomas: Selections from the Poetry and Prose of Thomas Gray. Ed. with an introduction and notes by William Lyon Phelps. The Athenaeum press series. Boston: Ginn & Company, 1894. [Includes bibliography (pp. xxxv-xxxix) and extensive notes and introduction]
Gray, Thomas: The poems of Thomas Gray. Edited by Austin Lane Poole. The Hesperides series. London: H. Milford, 1937.
Gray, Thomas: The Poems of Gray and Collins. Edited by Austin Lane Poole. Revised by Leonard Whibley. Third edition. Oxford editions of standard authors series. London: Oxford UP, 1950 [1st ed. 1917]. [Includes a bibliography, timeline, and editorial notes]
Gray, Thomas: The Complete English Poems of Thomas Gray. Edited with an Introduction and Notes by James Reeves. The Poetry Bookshelf Series. London: Heinemann; New York: Barnes & Noble, 1973. [Includes introduction, few notes, bibliography (p. 35) and index]
Gray, Thomas: Select poems of Thomas Gray. Ed., with notes, by William J. Rolfe. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1876 [reprinted 1881, revised edition New York, Cincinnati [etc.]: American book company, [1886 etc.]]. [Includes illustrations and "The life of Thomas Gray. By Robert Carruthers" (pp. 9-20)]
Gray, Thomas: Antaha Yatra: Maha Kavi Gray Ke Sath (Internal Journey with Great Poet Thomas Gray), Thomas Gray's best poems translated into Hindi by Sanjay K. Sahu. New Delhi: Prakashan Sansthan, 2008. [Includes "Elegy", "Eton Ode", "Spring Ode", "Vicissitude", "Adversity"]
Gray, Thomas: Thomas Gray: An Elegy Wrote in a Country Church Yard (1751) and The Eton College Manuscript. With an Introduction by George Sherburn. The Augustan Reprint Society, Publication Number 31. Los Angeles: Williams Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California, 1951.
Gray, Thomas: The Complete Poems of Thomas Gray: English, Latin and Greek. Ed. by Herbert W. Starr and J. R. Hendrickson. Oxford [etc.]: Clarendon Press, 1966 [reprinted with corrections 1972]. [Includes illustration, editorial notes and annotations]. Reviews: James Kinsley in English studies (Amsterdam) 52(1) (1971), pp. 180-181, Arthur Johnston in Modern language review 63(1) (Jan. 1968), p. 199, A. R. Humphreys in Review of English studies XIX (May 1968), pp. 209-211, R. F. Dossetor in Church quarterly review 168 (Apr. 1967), p. 252, Roger Lonsdale in Essays in criticism 17(2) (Apr. 1967), pp. 213-221, P. Dixon in Notes and Queries XIV (1967), pp. 434-436, in the Times Literary Supplement (London), 29 Sept. 1966, p. 898, E. J. Kenney in Notes and Queries 13(12) (1966), p. 464.
Gray, Thomas: An elegy written in a country church yard by Thomas Gray: the text of the first quarto with the variants of the mss. & of the early editions (1751-71). A bibliographical & historical introduction & appendices on General Wolfe & The "Elegy" & The locality of the churchyard. By Francis Griffin Stokes. Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1929. [Includes index]
Gray, Thomas: Gray's English Poems, Original and Translated from the Norse and Welsh. Edited by D. C. Tovey. Cambridge: University Press, 1922 [1st ed. 1898]. [Includes introduction and extensive notes]. Reviews (of first edition): The Academy (Jan. 1901), p. 79, and in The Cambridge review 22 (1900), p. 142.
Gray, Thomas: Selected poems of Thomas Gray, Charles Churchill and William Cowper. Ed. with an introduction and notes by Katherine Turner. Penguin English poets series. London [etc.]: Penguin Books, 1997 [reprinted in Penguin Classics series 1998].
Gray, Thomas: The poems of Thomas Gray. With an introduction by Leonard Whibley. World's Classics series. London: Oxford UP, H. Milford, . [Erratum slip inserted]
Gray, Thomas: Gray, Collins, and Their Circle. Ed. by W. T. Williams and G. H. Vallins. London: Methuen, 1937.
Gray, Thomas: The Poetical works of Thomas Gray, Thomas Parnell, William Collins, Matthew Green, and Thomas Warton. Edited by Robert Aris Willmott. Illustrated by Birket Foster and E. Corbould. Second edition. Routledge's British poets series. London: George Routledge, 1855. [Includes illustrations and index]