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.

Copley – Wits, Fits, and Fancies (1614)

Copley, Anthony. Wits, fits, and fancies, or, A generall and serious collection, of the sententious speeches, answers, iests, and behauiours, of all sortes of estates, from the throane to the cottage (London : By Edw: Allde, dwelling in little Saint Bartholomewes, neer Christ-Church, 1614)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 294. ESTC S124353 or S105075.

Unlocated. Said to be imperfect.

Cupids Messenger, or, A Trusty Friend Stored with Sundry Sorts of Serious, Witty, Pleasant, Amorous, and Delightful Letters (1646)

Cupids messenger, or, A trusty friend stored with sundry sorts of serious, witty, pleasant, amorous, and delightful letters : what Cupid blushes to discover, thus to write he learnes the lover (London : Printed by Miles Flesher, 1646)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 255. ESTC R32397.

British Library C.57.b.14. Located by Paul Morgan.