Potter – A Small Table to Find the Day of the Month For Ever (1655)

Potter, William. A small table to find the day of the month for ever : which may be graven upon a piece of coine, the case of a watch, a tobaccho-box, or any such like (London : Printed by T.W. for R.E. are to b [sic] sold at the seven Starrs neer the North dore of Pauls Church, 1655)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 141. STC R218339.

British Library 8548.aa.62. Located by Arnold Hunt.

Passenger – God’s Call to Unconverted Sinners to Turn to the Lord (1662)

Passenger, Thomas. God’s call to unconverted sinners to turn to the Lord. Plainly shewing every poore sinner the miserableness of his estate, and how great an enermy he is to himself, that though the Lord be daily calling him, to turn and live, and professeth he deights not in the death of a sinner; yet for all this he will go and die (London : Printed for Charles Tyus. at the three Bibles on London Bridge, 1662)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 133. STC R217460.

British Library 4407.a.19. Located by Arnold Hunt.

Knowles – Great Brittains Warning Piece, or, Englands Terror (1662)

Knowles, William. Great Brittains warning piece, or, Englands terror : being an exhortation to all people to avoid the threatnings of Gods judgements, likely to come on us for our sins, by a speedy repentance, and turning to God (London : Printed for F. Coles at the sign of the Lamb in the Old-baily, 1662)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 112. STC R217231.

British Library 4474.a.57[1]. Located by Arnold Hunt.

Killiray – The Godly Mans Gain and the Wicked Mans Woe, or, Good News from Heaven for the Righteous (1665)

Killiray, Matthew. The godly mans gain and the wicked mans woe, or, Good news from Heaven for the righteous : plainly shewing the wonderful manifestation of the love of God to their souls, their blessed and happy condition, both in this life and that which is to come (London : Printed for W. Thackeray, at the Black-Spread-Eagle and Sun, in the Old Bayley, 1665)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 111. STC R217191.

British Library 4474.a.57[2]. Located by Arnold Hunt.