Gray, Thomas: 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: Letters of Thomas Gray. Selected, with an introduction, by John Beresford. The World's Classics, 283. London, New York [etc.]: H. Milford, Oxford UP, 1925 [reprinted 1951]. Review: Modern language review 21 (1926).
Gray, Thomas: Occasional memorandums: being extracts from a journal for the year 1767 now first printed from the original manuscript of Thomas Gray. Folcroft: Folcroft Library Editions, 1979 [1st ed. Stanford Dingley, Eng.: The Mill House Press, 1950]. [Errata slip tipped in on p. 46]
Gray, Thomas and Horace Walpole: From St. James's to St. Peter's: Horace Walpole's and Thomas Gray's letters from the Grand Tour, 1739-1741. Selected and with an introduction by Andrea Kirkby. St James's: Malthouse Press, 1996.
Gray, Thomas: The Selected Letters of Thomas Gray. Ed. with an Introduction by Joseph Wood Krutch. Great Letters series. New York: Farrar, Straus and Young, 1952.
Walpole, Horace and Thomas Gray: The Yale Edition of Horace Walpole's Correspondence. New Haven, Conn.: Yale UP; London: Oxford UP, 1937-83. Vols. 13/14 Horace Walpole's Correspondence with Thomas Gray, Richard West and Thomas Ashton, I, 1734-1742 with Walpole's short notes on his life. Horace Walpole's Correspondence with Thomas Gray, II, 1745-1771. Edited by W. S. Lewis, George L. Lam and Charles H. Bennett, 1948. [Contains two volumes, with illustrations and bibliography in vol. i (xxxiv-xxxvi)]. Review: H. Williams in Modern Language Review 45 (1950), 247.
Gray, Thomas: Essays and Criticisms by Thomas Gray, ed. with introduction and notes by Clark Sutherland Northup. The Belles-Lettres Series, Section IV: Literary Criticism and Critical Theory. Boston and London: D. C. Heath & Co., 1911.
Gray, Thomas: Letters of Thomas Gray. Selected with a biographical notice, by Henry Milner Rideout. Boston: Small, Maynard & co., 1899.
Gray, Thomas: Thomas Gray's journal of his visit to the Lake District in October 1769. Edited, with a life, commentary and historical background by W.G. Roberts. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2001. Reviews: William Levine in Eighteenth-Century Studies (American Soc. for Eighteenth Century Studies, Wake Forest Univ., Winston-Salem, NC) 36(3) (2003), 429-436, Heidi Thomson in Coleridge Bulletin 24(NS) (Winter 2004), 101-107.
Gray, Thomas: Thomas Gray's Journal of his Visit to the Lake District in October 1769 also including a letter describing his Visit to the Highlands of Scotland in September 1765. A Revised Edition edited, with Commentary, by W. G. Roberts. Kirkoswald Cumbria: Northern Academic Press, 2012. Review: Hannah Waugh in Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 36(4) (December 2013), 609-610.
Gray, Thomas: Grand Tour Revisited: Thomas Gray's Journey to France and Italy from 1739 to 1741, With a Commentary following the Same Route. Penrith: Northern Academic Press, 2010. Review: Michael Caines in Times Literary Supplement (TLS), 4 Mar. 2011, 27.
Gray, Thomas: Correspondence of Thomas Gray. Ed. by the late Paget Toynbee and Leonard Whibley, reisssued as a lithographic reprint, with corrections and additions by H. W. Starr, in 3 vols., v. 1 1734-1755, v. 2 1756-1765, v. 3 1766-1771. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1971 [1st ed. 1935]. [Includes illustrations and maps, complete lists of the letters and genealogical and chronological tables; available at Electronic Enlightenment (subscription required)]. Reviews: C. B. Tinker in Yale Review 26 (1937), 204, Roger Martin in Etudes anglaises 1 (1937), 144, Frederick T. Wood in Englische Studien (1935), 408.
Gray, Thomas: The correspondence of Richard Hurd & William Mason. And letters of Richard Hurd to Thomas Gray. With introduction & notes by the late Ernest Harold Pearce. Ed. with additional notes by Leonard Whibley. Cambridge: The University Press, 1932. [Includes illustrations and bibliography (xiii-xiv)]. Review: Frederick T. Wood in Englische Studien 68 (1933), 445.