- Anthony Collins (1676-1729)
- A Discourse of Free Thinking (1713)
- A Discourse on the Grounds and Reasons of Christian Religion (1724)
- Thomas Morgan (????-1743)
- The Moral Philosopher: A Dialogue between Philaletes, a Christian Deist, and Theophanes, a Christian Jew, 3 volumes.
- Mathew Tindal (1653?-1733)
- John Toland (1670-1722)
- Christianity not Mysterious (1702) [Strauss p.41 claims the first edition was 1696]
- Tetradymus (1720)
- Thomas Woolston (????-1727)
- The Moderator between an Infidel and an Apostate (3rd ed 1729)
- Supplement: Dissertation on Daniel's Weeks (2nd ed 1729)
- Supplement: Dissertation on Prophecies cited by the Bishop of Litchfield (ed 1731)
- Discourses on the Miracles of our Savior (2nd ed 1727)
The laundry list like enumeration hides some of the dependency in these writings. For example, the 2nd volume of Morgan's Moral Philosopher was a response to John Leland's The Divine Authority of the Old and New Testament Asserted, published in London (2nd ed 1739; 4th enlarged edition of 1739 in 5 vols: volume 1, volume 2, volume 3, volume 4, volume 5), which in turn was a response to Tindal's Christianity as old as the Creation.
This presentation also hides the temporal information, which will require a separate pass to sort out.
Of course Reimarus had read more than that: Charles Blount and Shaftsbury are mentioned as well (p.42f). Blount's supposed commentary on Apollonius of Tyana of 1680 was rapidly suppressed, with the effect that few English copies are now extant. However, the French translation (by Marc Michel Rey & Jean-Louis Castilhon) and re-issue in 1779 in Amsterdam in four volumes (volume 1, volume 2, volume 4) made the notes available more widely.