Andrewes – The Converted Mans New Birth, or, Englands Warning-Peece Sent from God to This Sinful Nation (1648)

Andrewes, John. The converted mans new birth, or, Englands warning-peece sent from God to this sinful nation, either speedily to repent, or else sudden destruction to the whole kingdome ; also describing the direct way to go to heaven (London: By W. Wilson, dwelling in Little Saint Bartholomewes, 1648)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 9. ESTC R208436.

British Library E.1111[2]. Located by Sarah Lindenbaum.

Andrewes – Andrewes Caveat, to Win Sinners (1655)

Andrewes, John. Andrewes caveat, to win sinners : a true and perfect way to win carelesse sinners (if there be but the least sparke of grace in them) unto speedy repentance, that in the end they may obtaine eternall life (London: Printed for William Gilbertson, 1655)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 9. ESTC R170305.

British Library Cup.408.d.8(14). Located by Paul Morgan.

Andrewes – Andrewes Repentance (1642)

Andrewes, John. Andrewes repentance, sovnding alarum to returne from his sinnes vnto Almighty God, perfectly guiding all those that hope to bee saued, in the direct way of repentance, whereby they may attaine eternall life (London: Printed for Iohn Wright, 1642)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 9. ESTC S115929.

British Library Cup.408.d.8(7). Located by Paul Morgan.