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- Bersaba; or, the Love of David (1695)
- The Portugal Expedition (1704)
- The Female Reign, an ode … occasion'd by the wonderful successes of the arms of her Majesty and her allies (1709)
- Poems on several occasions. With imitations from Horace, Ovid, &c. To which is prefix'd a discourse on criticism and the liberty of writing (1710)
- A Panegyrical Elegy on the Death of Gassendus, the celebrated astronomer and philosopher. Inscrib'd to the reverend Mr. Flamsteed of Greenwich
- News from both Universities, containing Mr. Cobb's tripos speech at Cambridge, with a complete key inserted (1714)
- Clavis Virgiliana; or, new observations upon the works of Virgil (1714)
- A Synopsis of Algebra, being the posthumous work of John Alexander of Bern, in Swisserland (1709), by John Alexander
- The Mousetrap, a poem written in Latin by Edward Holdsworth, made English by Samuel Cobb (1712), by Edward Holdsworth
- The Carpenter of Oxford, or The Miller's Tale from Chaucer attempted in modern English by Samuel Cobb (1712), by Geoffrey Chaucer
Works about Cobb
- "Cobb, Samuel," in Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, London: Smith, Elder, & Co. (1885–1900) in 63 vols.
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