Rich – The Irish Hubbub, or, The English Hue and Crie (1617)

Rich, Barnabe. The Irish hubbub, or, The English hue and crie : briefely pursuing the base conditions, and most notorious offences of this vile, vaine, and wicked age : no lesse smarting then tickling. A merriment whereby to make the wise to laugh, and fooles to be angry (Printed [by George Purslowe] for Iohn Marriot, and are to be sould at his shop at the white Flower deluce neere Fetter Lane end in Fleetstreete, 1617)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 342. ESTC S123260. British Library 12330.d.25. Located by Arnold Hunt.

Robins – The Sinners Warning-Piece, or, Heavens Messenger (1650)

Robins, Thomas. The sinners warning-piece, or, Heavens messenger : instructing poor sinners in the way of repentance in these dangerous times, with many good instructions to every true Christian to take heed of seducing people, meaning such as will call themselves Christ (London : Printed for S[arah] Tyus, at the sign of the three Bibles on the middle of London-bridge, ca. 1650)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 150. STC R219700.

British Library 4474.a.47. Located by Arnold Hunt.

Hart – A Godly Sermon of Peters Repentance, after He Had Denyed His Lord and Master Jesus Christ (1663)

Hart, John. A godly sermon of Peters repentance, after he had denyed his Lord and Master Jesus Christ, as it is in his repentance, he wept bitterly for his sins (London : Printed for Eliz. Andrews, at the White Lion near Pye-Corner, 1663)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 145. STC R177851.

British Library 4474.b.106. Located by Arnold Hunt.

Price – Englands Unhappy Changes, or, Suddaine Alteration (1648)

Price, Laurence. Englands unhappy changes, or, Suddaine alteration : wherein is contained two treatises, and one petition (London : Printed for F. Grove, on Snow-Hill, neere the Sarazens Head, 1648)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 142. STC R182061.

British Library 4404.b.16. Located by Arnold Hunt.