Taylor – The Nipping and Snipping of Abuses, or, The Woolgathering of Witte (1615)

Taylor, John. The nipping and snipping of abuses, or, The woolgathering of witte : with the Muses Taylor, brought from Parnassus by land, with a paire of oares wherein are aboue a hundred seuerall garments of diuers fashions, made by nature, without the helpe of art, and a proclamation from hell in the Deuils name, concerning the propogation, and excessiue vse of tobacco (London : Printed by Ed: Griffin for Nathaniel Butter, and are to be sold at the signe of the Pide-Bull neere Saint Austens-gate, 1615)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 374. ESTC S118233.

British Library C.57.C50. Located by Paul Morgan.

Swetnam – The Arraignment of Lewd, Idle, Froward, and Cnconstant Women, or, The Vanity of Them, Chuse You Whether (1645)

Swetnam, Joseph. The arraignment of lewd, idle, froward, and unconstant women, or, The vanity of them, chuse you whether : with a commendation of the wise, vertuous, and honest woman : pleasant for maried-men, profitable for young-men, and hurtfull to none (London : By Richard Cotes, 1645)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 371. ESTC R219682.

British Library C.l36.f.i8. Located by Paul Morgan.

Image is from the Bodleian Library’s copy.