William Buell Sprague is buried at Albany Rural Cemetery, Menands, New York.

William Buell Sprague is buried at Albany Rural Cemetery, Menands, New York.

The Duty of a Christian Minister Explained and Enforced: A Sermon, Delivered at the Installation of the Rev. Orin Fowler (1820)

A Sermon, Preached January 3, 1821, at the Interment of the Rev. Joseph Lathrop, D.D. (1821)

A Sermon, Preached May 15, 1821, at the Interment of Mrs. Elizabeth Lathrop, Relict of the Rev. Joseph Lathrop, D.D. (1821)

The Tribute of a Mourning Husband (1821)

Letters on Practical Subjects, to a Daughter (1822)

An Historical Discourse, Delivered at West Springfield, December 2, 1824 (Thanksgiving Sermon) (1825)

The Claims of Past and Future Generations on Civil Rulers: A Sermon, Preached at the Annual Election (1825)

Wicked Men Ensnared by Themselves: A Sermon Preached, December 16, 1825, in the Second Parish of West Springfield, at the Interment of Samuel Leonard, and Mrs. Harriet Leonard, His Wife; The Former of Whom Murdered the Latter, and Then Committed Suicide. With an Appendix (1826)

The Purpose of God in Afflicting Ministers: A Sermon, Preached at South Hadley, April 30, 1826, the Sabbath Immediately Succeeding the Death of Mrs. Abigail E. Boies, Wife of the Reverend Artemas Boies (1826)

The Gospel the Wisdom of God: A Sermon Preached at Salem, February 14, 1827, at the Ordination of the Rev. John C. Cleaveland, as Pastor of the Tabernacle Church (1827)

Religious Celebration of Independence: A Discourse Delivered at Northampton, on the Fourth of July, 1827 (1827)

Letters From Europe, in 1828 (1828)

Causes of an Unsuccessful Ministry: Two Sermons (1829)

Lectures on Revivals of Religion (1832)

Hints Designed to Regulate the Intercourse of Christians (1834)

Danger of Being Overwise (1835)

Dr. Sprague's Reply to Professor Stuart's Letter Addressed to Him Through the American Temperance Intelligencer of August, 1835, Relative to His Late Sermon on the Exclusion of Wine From the Lord's Supper (1835)

Lectures to Young People (1835)

A Sermon Addressed to the Second Presbyterian Congregation in Albany, March 4, 1838, the Sabbath After Intelligence was Received that the Hon. Jonathan Cilley, Member of Congress from Maine, Had been shot in a Duel with the Hon. William J. Graves, Member from Kentucky (1838)

Lectures Illustrating the Contrast Between True Christianity and Various Other Systems (1838)

Voice of the Rod: A Sermon, Delivered at Albany, May 14, 1841, the Day of the National Fast, Occasioned by the Death of the Late William Henry Harrison, President of the United States (1841)

Letters to Young Men, Founded on the History of Joseph (1845)

Life of Timothy Dwight (1845)

Two Sermons, on the Promotion of Christianity Amongst the Jews (1847)

A Discourse Commemorative of the Rev. Samuel Miller, D.D. (1850)

The Excellent Woman as Described in the Book of Proverbs (1851)

Visits to European Celebrities (1855)

Monitory Letters to Church Members (1855)

Annals of the American Pulpit, Volume 1 (Trinitarian Congregational) (1857)

Annals of the American Pulpit, Volume 2 (Trinitarian Congregational) (1857)

Annals of the American Pulpit, Volume 3 (Presbyterian) (1858)

Annals of the American Pulpit, Volume 4 (Presbyterian) (1858)

Annals of the American Pulpit, Volume 5 (Episcopalian) (1859)

Annals of the American Pulpit, Volume 6 (Baptist) (1860)

Joseph: or, The Model Young Man (1860)

Memorial of Cortlandt Van Rensselaer (1860)

Glorifying God in the Fires (Thanksgiving Sermon) (1861)

A Discourse Addressed to the Alumni of the Princeton Theological Seminary, April 30, 1862, on Occasion of the Completion of Its First Half Century (1862)

Memoirs of the Rev. John McDowell, D.D., and the Rev. William A. McDowell, D.D. (1864)

Annals of the American Pulpit, Volume 7 (Methodist) (1865)

Annals of the American Pulpit, Volume 8 (Unitarian) (1865)

Annals of the American Pulpit, Volume 9 (Lutheran, Reformed Dutch, Associate, Associate Reformed, Reformed Presbyterian) (1869)

The Life of Jedidiah Morse, D.D. (1874)