Earl of Strafford – The Truest Relation of the Earle of Straffords Speech on the Scaffold on Tower-hill, before He Was Beheaded (1641)

Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford. The truest relation of the Earle of Straffords speech on the scaffold on Tower-hill, before he was beheaded, May 12. 1641. Together with his deportment before and at the end of his execution (London : Printed for John Marriot, 1641)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 244. ESTC R225911.

Bodleian Library (Tracts vol. 13(15). Located by Paul Morgan.

Erasmus – Vtile-Dulce, or, Trueths Libertie: Seuen Wittie-Wise Dialogues, Full of Delight, and Fitte for Vse (1606)

Erasmus. Vtile-dulce, or, Trueths libertie : seuen wittie-wise dialogues, full of delight, and fitte for vse : verie appliable to these times, but seasonable for all ages, till Roomes idolatrie, and womens delicacie, be reformed (London : Printed [by V. Simmes] for Nicholas Ling, and are to be sold at his shop in Saint Dunstons Church-yard in Fleete-streete, 1606)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 238. ESTC S114479 .

Bodleian Library Mal. 982. Located by Sarah Lindenbaum and Lori Humphrey Newcomb.

Breton – The Court and Country (1618)

Breton, Nicholas. The court and country, or, A briefe discourse dialogue-wise set downe betweene a courtier and a country-man : contayning the manner and condition of their liues, with many delectable and pithy sayings worthy obseruation (London : By G. Eld for Iohn Wright, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Bible without Newgate, 1618)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 229. ESTC S104725.

Bodleian Library Arch. A e.55. Located by Paul Morgan.