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.

E.C. – The Poor Doubting Christian Drawn to Christ (1669)

E.C. The poor doubting Christian drawn to Christ : plainly shewing every poor sinner the miserableness of his estate he is in, without Christ. With several sweet motives to draw us to Christ, also comfortable directions how to live by faith, and so to attain unto grace and salvation. Being very useful for every poor sinner to practice and make use of, in these sinful, wicked, and backsliding times. (London : Printed for John Wright, at the Globe in Little-Brittain, 1669)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 72. ESTC R33297.

British Library 4412.a.11. Located by Paul Morgan.