Other info : Furtherreading
- The First Anniversary of the Government Under His Highness the Lord Protector (London: Printed by Thomas Newcomb & sold by Samuel Gellibrand, 1655).
- The Rehearsal Transpros'd: Or, Animadversions Upon a late Book, Intituled, A Preface Shewing What Grounds there are of Fears and Jealousies of Popery (London: Printed by A. B. for the assigns of John Calvin & Theodore Beza, 1672).
- The Rehearsal Transpros'd: The Second Part (London: Printed for Nathaniel Ponder, 1673).
- Mr. Smirke; or The Divine in Mode (N.p., 1676).
- An Account of the Growth of Popery, and Arbitrary Government in England (Amsterdam, 1677).
- Remarks Upon a Late Disingenuous Discourse, Writ by one T. D. Under the pretense De Causa Dei (London: Printed & sold by Christopher Hussey, 1678).
- Miscellaneous Poems. By Andrew Marvell, Esq. (London: Printed for Robert Boulter, 1681).
- The Complete Works in Prose and Verse of Andrew Marvell, 4 volumes, edited by Alexander B. Grosart (London: Robson, 1872-1875).
- The Poems and Letters of Andrew Marvell, 2 volumes, edited by H. M. Margoliouth (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1927); third edition, revised by Pierre Legouis with E. E. Duncan-Jones (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1971).
- Andrew Marvell: The Complete Poetry, edited by George deF. Lord (London: Dent, 1968; New York: Random House, 1968).
- The Rehearsal Transpros'd and The Rehearsal Transpros'd: The Second Part, edited by D. I. B. Smith (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1971).
- Andrew Marvell: The Complete Poems, edited by Elizabeth Story Donno (Harmondsworth, U.K.: Penguin, 1972).
- Andrew Marvell, edited by Frank Kermode and Keith Walker, Oxford Authors Series (Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 1990).
- "Ad Regem Carolum Parodia" and Poz kaoo to ie, in ui Musarum Cantabrigiensium Concentus et Congratulatio ad Serenissimum Britanniarum Regem Carolum (Cambridge, 1637).
- "To his Noble Friend Mr. Richard Lovelace, upon his Poems," in Richard Lovelace, Lucasta (London: Printed by Tho. Harper & sold by Tho. Ewster, 1649).
- "Upon the death of Lord Hastings," in Lachrymæ Musarum; The Tears of the Muses.... Collected and set forth by R. B. (London: Printed by Tho. Newcomb, 1649).
- "Dignissimo suo Amico Doctori Wittie. De Translatione Vulgi Errorum D. Primrosii" and "To his worthy Friend Doctor Witty upon his Translation of the Popular Errors," in James Primrose, Popular Errours. Or the Errours of the People in Physick, translated by Robert Wittie (London: Printed by W. Nelson for Nicholas Bourne, 1651).
- "A Dialogue between Thyrsis and Dorinda," in John Gamble, Ayres and Dialogues, ... The Second Book (London: Printed by W. Godbid for Nathaniel Ekin, 1659).
- "The Character of Holland," lines 1-100, in Harleian Miscellany, volume 613 (London: Printed by T. Mabb for Robert Horn, 1665).
- "Clarindon's House-Warming," in Directions To A Painter. For Describing our Naval Business: In Imitation of Mr. Waller. Being The Last Works of Sir John Denham. Whereunto is annexed Clarindons House-Warming. By an Unknown Author (London, 1667).
- "On the Victory Obtained by Blake over the Spaniards in the Bay of Santacruze, in the Island of Teneriff. 1657," in A New Collection of Poems and Songs. Written by several Persons (London: Printed by J. C. for William Crook, 1674).
- "On Mr. Milton's Paradise lost," in John Milton, Paradise Lost, second edition (London: Printed by S. Simmons, 1674).
- Volume 2 of The Complete Works in Prose and Verse of Andrew Marvell, 4 volumes, edited by Alexander B. Grosart (London: Robson, 1872-1875).
- Volume 2 of The Poems and Letters of Andrew Marvell, third edition, 2 volumes, edited by H. M. Margoliouth, revised by Pierre Legouis with E. E. Duncan-Jones (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1971).
There are Marvell manuscripts in the collections of the British Library; the Bodleian Library, Oxford; the Public Record Office, London; and the Codrington Library, All Souls College, Oxford.