. Amelioration of the Laws of War Required by Modern Civilization. Shanklin: Printed at the Isle of Wight Guardian" Office, [1887?]
. Applicability of International Law to Oriental Nations. New York: J. Polhemus, printer .
. Argument of David Dudley Field, Esq., before the Supreme Court of the United States, March 12th and 13th, 1866. [Washington?: N.p., 1866?]
. The Army Bill. [New York?: N.p., 1877?]
. The Civil Code. [New York: N.p., 1884].
. The Code of Evidence of New York. Reported completed by the Commissioners Feb. 1889, [also] Notes of the Commissioners to the Code of Evidence. [New York: N.p., 1889].
. Codification. Philadelphia: Printed for the Law Academy, 1886.
. The Danger of Throwing the Election of President into Congress. [Washington: N.p., 1860].
. Draft Outlines of an International Code. New York: Diossy, 1872.
. The Duties of the State. London: Liberty & Property Defense League, [1890?]
. The electoral votes of 1876: Who should count them, what should be counted, and the remedy for a wrong count. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1877.
. Emotional Insanity. New York: Russell Brothers, printers, 1873.
. In the matter of William A. Bowles, petitioner: Argument of Mr. David Dudley Field, for the petitioner. New York: Printed by William J. Read, 1866.
. An international code: Address on this subject, before the Social Science Association, at Manchester, October 5, 1866. New York: W.J. Read, 1867.
. The latest edition of the New York Code of Civil Procedure. Correspondence between Cephas Brainerd and others and David Dudley Field. New York: Baker, Voorhis & Co., 1878.
. The Lawyer and his clients. The rights and duties of lawyers; the rights and duties of the press; the opinions of the public. Correspondence of Messrs. David Dudley and Dudley Field, of the New York Bar, with Mr. Samuel Bowles, of the Springfield Republican". [Springfield, Mass.: Republican Office, 1871].
. Legal reform. An address to the graduating class of the Law School of the University of Albany, delivered March 23, 1855. Published by the class. Albany: W. C. Little & Co., 1855.
. Outlines of an International Code. 2nd ed. New York: Baker, Voorhis & Co., 1876. Reprint, Buffalo, N.Y.: W.S. Hein, 2001.
. The Presidents Relations to the Army. [New York?: N.p., 1877?]
. A short response to a long discourse. [New York: N.p., 1884].
. Some Reprehensible Practices of American Government: Address before the Reform Club of New York, January 10, 1890. New York: Reform Club, 1890.
. Speech of David Dudley Field, delivered at Troy: Reasons why naturalized citizens should vote for Fremont. [Troy, N.Y.?: N.p., 1856?]
. Speeches, arguments and miscellaneous papers of David Dudley Field. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1884-90.
. The Vote that Made the President. New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1877.
Field, Henry M. The Life of David Dudley Field. New York: C. Scribners Sons, 1898. Reprint, Littleton, Colo.: F.B. Rothman, 1995.
Reppy, Alison, ed. David Dudley Field: Centenary essays: Celebrating one hundred years of legal reform. New York: New York University School of Law, 1949. Reprint, with an introduction by Russell D. Niles. Buffalo, N.Y.: W.S. Hein & Co., 2000.
[Strong, John Ruggles]. An analysis of the reply of Mr. David Dudley Field, to the Bar Association of the City of New-York. New-York: H. Bessey, printer, 1881.
Van Ee, Daun. David Dudley Field and the Reconstruction of the Law. New York: Garland, 1986.