Philip Neve studied at Eton (1760-65) and later at the Inner Temple. He was a magistrate for the county of Middlesex (1792-1817) and a commissioner of bankrupts (1794-1824). Neve (whose nickname at Eton was "Jockey") collected Roman coins and contributed articles on early poetry to the Monthly Mirror.
Cursory remarks on some of the ancient English poets, particularly Milton. 1789.
A narrative of the disinterment of Milton's coffin. 1790.
A letter to Rev. William Cockburne, occasioned by his account of Lord Cockburn's death. 1804.