A Merry-Conceited Fortune-Teller (1662)

A merry-conceited fortune-teller : prognosticating to all trades and professions their good and bad fortune : calculated according to art, for the meridian of England, but may serve for all four parts east, west, north and south, from the beginning of the world to the end thereof. (London : Printed for John Andrews, at the White-Lion near Py-corner, 1662)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 73. ESTC R26842.

British Library 12316.a.21. Located by Arnold Hunt.

Parker – A Briefe Dissection of Germaines Affliction (1638)

Parker, Martin. A briefe dissection of Germaines affliction : with warre, pestilence, and famine, and other deducable miseries, lachrimable to speak of, more lamentable to partake of. (London : By T. Cotes, for Francis Grove, dwelling on Snow-hill, neare the Sarazens head, 1638)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 78. ESTC S119361.

British Library C.39.a.38. Located by Paul Morgan.