Update October 2020
An increasing amount of Andrew Bent’s printing output is becoming available online thanks to the fantastic digitisation work of the holding institutions (especially the National Library of Australia, State Library of New South Wales, and Libraries Tasmania)
Numerous digitised books and pamphlets can now be accessed via Trove or the online catalogues of the holding libraries. A number of rare pamphlets (including two early ones not listed in Ferguson or held in Australia) have recently become available through the National Library’s AJCP digitisation program.
I am adding links to the relevant pages on this website as digital versions become available. The following checklist provides direct links to online titles (excluding newspapers) available as at 16 October 2020.
An address to his Honor Lieutenant Governor Davey 1815. 4 copies.
Four bushranger proclamations [reprinted ca Sep 1815]
Catalogue of sundries (Printed for an auction in 1820. A rare survivor)
Port regulations 1822
Tasmanian Almanack 1825, 1826, 1827, 1828, 1830
[Proclamation re Matthew Brady and other bushrangers] 1826
National Library of Australia
Digitised items include Bent’s iconic book on bushranger Michael Howe, and two naughty satires, The Van Diemen’s Land Warriors and The Hermit in Van Diemen’s Land
Michael Howe 
General Power of Attorney 
Tasmanian Almanack 1829
Hermit in Van Diemen’s Land 
State Library of NSW
Recently digitised titles are an interesting mix of early government printing, political pamphlets and practical works.
Tasmanian Almanack 1826 [sheet almanac]
Address to, and Correspondence with His Excellency Lieutenant Governor Arthur upon the Subject of the recent Colonial Acts imposing a License upon the Free Press of Van Diemen’s Land 1827 (3rd item bound with other titles in volume entitled: Correspondence …)
Correspondence between the Local Government of Van Diemen’s Land; and the Proprietors of the Colonial Times, respecting the Suspension of that Newspaper [1829?] (2nd item bound with other titles)
[Petition of Andrew Bent to the House of Commons] 1836 (4th item bound with other titles in volume entitled: Correspondence …)
A letter addressed to Joseph Hume 1836 (1st item bound with other titles in volume entitled: Correspondence …)