Author:James Edward Smith
- English Botany (1790–1814, 36 volumes)
- "Introductory discourse on the rise and progress of natural history" in Transactions of the Linnean Society of London 1:1–56.
- "Description of ten species of Lichen, collected in the south of Europe" in Transactions of the Linnean Society of London 1:81–85.
- A specimen of the botany of New Holland (1793)
- The natural history of the rarer lepidopterous insects of Georgia (1797)
- Tracts relating to natural history (1798)
- Exotic botany (1804–1805)
- An introduction to physiological and systematical botany (1807)
- "Characters of a Liliaceous Genus called Brodiaea" in Transactions of the Linnean Society of London 10:1–5 (1811).
- "Remarks on the Sedum ochroleucum, or Αειζωον το μικρον of Dioscorides" in Transactions of the Linnean Society of London 10:6–9 (1811).
- "On a remarkable Variety of Pedicularis Sylvatica" in Transactions of the Linnean Society of London 10:10–14 (1811).
- Linnaeus, Carl; Smith, James Edward (translator) (1821), A selection of the correspondence of Linnaeus and other naturalists from the original manuscripts (two volumes)
- The English flora (4 volumes, 1824–1828)
- Flora Britannica
- 3,348 botanical articles of Rees's Cyclopaedia
- Memoir and Correspondence of the Late Sir James Edward Smith (1832, in two volume; edited by Lady Smith)
Works about Smith
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