- Hill, John (1750), Lucine sine concubitu: a letter addressed to the Royal Society.
- Hill, John (1750), A Dissertation on Royal Societies.
- Hill, John (1751), Review of the Works of the Royal Society of London.
- Hill, John [attributed] (1751), The Oeconomy of Human Life 2.
- Hill, John (1751–1753), "The Inspector" [daily column], London Advertiser and Literary Gazette
- Hill, John (1752), The Impertinent
- Hill, John (1752), Letters from the Inspector to a Lady with the genuine Answers.
- Hill, John (1753), [various articles], Cyclopaedia, or an Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, Supplement.
- Hill, John (1755), The useful family herbal.
- Hill, John (1755), Thoughts concerning God and Nature.
- Hill, John (1756–1757), The British Herbal.
- Hill, John (1758), Outlines of a System of vegetable generation.
- Hill, John (1759), The virtues of honey in preventing many of the worst disorders.
- Hill, John (1759–1775), The Vegetable System (26 volumes).
- Hill, John (1770), The construction of timber from its early growth.
- Hill, John (1771), Virtues of British herbs.
- Hill, John (1773), A decade of curious insects.
As editor 
Hill, John (editor) (1746-1750), British Magazine.
As translator 
Works about Hill 
- [Anonymous] (1779), Short Account of the Life, Writings and Character of the late Sir John Hill.
- Smart, Christopher (1753), The Hilliad
- a mock epic poem written as a literary attack on Hill; part of the Paper War
- Henry Woodward (1752), A letter from Henry Woodward
- an attack on Hill; part of the Paper War
- “Hill, John (1716?-1775),” in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885-1900) in 63 vols.
- Hill, Thomas George (1913), "John Hill 1716—1775" in Oliver, Francis Wall (ed.), Makers of British botany:84–107.