Ponteus – The Queens Cabinet Newly Opened, and the Art of Physick Discovered (1662)

Ponteus, John. The queens cabinet newly opened, and the art of physick discovered : wherein you shall finde diverse rare receipts; both of physick and of chyrurgery : very profitable for all sorts of men, women, and children (London : Printed for Richard Burton, at the Horse in Smith-field, 1662)

ESTC R220471.

British Library 778.c.29. Located by Paul Morgan.

Parker – A Memoriall of Those Two French Princes, Valentine and Orson (1657)

Parker, Martin. A memoriall of those two French princes, Valentine and Orson, sons of the high and mighty Alexander, the Grecian emperour : with the manner of their strange births, education, and marvelous adventures (London : Printed for Tho. Vere at the signe of the Angel without Newgate, 1657)

ESTC R181452.

Beinecke Library 1993 668. Located by Sarah Lindenbaum.

A Pleasant History of the Life and Death of Will Summers (1637)

A pleasant history of the life and death of Will Summers : and how hee came first to be knowne at the court, and how he came up to London, and by what meanes hee got to be King Henry the eights iester (London : Printed by I. Okes and are to be sold by F. Grove and T. Lambart, 1637)

ESTC S106026.

Folger Shakespeare Library STC 23434.5. Located by Paul Morgan.

R.S. – A Description of the King and Queene of Fayries (1634)

R.S. A description of the king and queene of fayries, their habit, fate, their abode, pompe, and state : being very delightfull to the sense, and full of mirth (London : Printed [by T. Harper?] for Richard Harper, and are to be sold at his shop, at the Hospitall gate in Smithfield, 1634)

ESTC S94987.

Rosenbach Museum and Library EL2.H566d.