- Sublime of Flagellation: or Letters from Lady Termagant Flaybum to Lady Harriet Tickletail, of Bumfiddle Hall (c. 1777-1785)
- Exhibition of Female Flagellants in the Modest and Incontinent World (1777).
- Madame Birchini's Dance
- Lady Bumtickler's Revels
These works were republished a century later as a series under the title Library Illustrative of Social Progress (1872).
Peacock was connected with the printseller William Holland who shared premises with him, at 66 Drury Lane (from 1777 to 1785) and later (after 1786) at 50 Oxford Street. They called their shop a "Print and Literary Museum".
- J. Peakman: Mighty Lewd Books: The Development of Pornography in Eighteenth-Century England, Springer, 2003
- David S. Alexander, Whitworth Art Gallery: Richard Newton and English Caricature in the 1790s, Manchester University Press, 1998, p. 16-