Homer – Batrachomyomachia, or, The Wonderfull and Bloudy Battell Betweene Frogs and Mice (1634)

Homer (attributed). Translated by William Fowldes. Batrachomyomachia, or, The wonderfull and bloudy battell betweene frogs and mice. The occasion of their falling out : their preparation, munition, and resolution for the warres : the severall combats of every person of worth, with many other memorable accidents. Interlaced with divers pithy and morall sentences, no lesse pleasant to be read, then profitable to be observed (London : Printed by Thomas Harper, for Lawrence Chapman, and are to be sold at his shop in Holborne, at Chancery lane end, 1634)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 71. ESTC S122590.

British Library 11315.a.8. Located by Paul Morgan.

Daniel – A panegyrike congratulatory (1603)

Daniel, Samuel. A panegyrike congratulatory deliuered to the Kings most excellent maiesty at Burleigh Harrington in Rutlandshire … also certaine epistles ; with a defence of ryme, heeretofore written, and now published by the author (At London: Printed by V[alentine]. S[immes]. for Edward Blount, [1603])

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 54. ESTC S107347. “in the old vellum wrapper”

Unlocated.