Peacham – The Worth of a Peny, or, A caution to Keep Money (1641)

Peacham, Henry. The worth of a peny, or, A caution to keep money : with the causes of the scarcity and misery of the want hereof in these hard and mercilesse times : as also how to save it in our diet, apparell, recreations, &c. : and also what honest courses men in want may take to live (London : Printed by R. Hearne, 1641)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 327. ESTC R12154. Huntington Library 147256. Located by Sarah Lindenbaum.

Peacham – A Merry Discourse of Meum, and Tuum, or, Mine and Thine (1639)

Peacham, Henry. A merry discourse of Meum, and Tuum, or, Mine and Thine, two crosse brothers, that make strife and debate wheresoever they come : with their descent, parentage, and late progresse in divers parts of England (London : Printed by the assignes of T[homas] P[urfoot] for I. Clark, and are to be sold at his shop, under Saint Peter’s Church in Cornhill, 1639)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 327. ESTC S114329. Huntington Library 69052. Located by Sarah Lindenbaum and Lori Humphrey Newcomb.

Parkes – The Curtaine-Drawer of the World, or, The Chamberlaine of That Great Inne of Iniquity (1612)

Parkes, William. The curtaine-drawer of the world, or, The chamberlaine of that great inne of iniquity : where vice in a rich embroidred gowne of veluet, rides a horse-backe like a iudge, and vertue in a thrid-bare cloake full of patches, goes a foote like a drudge : where he that hath most mony may be best merry, and he that hath none at all, wants a friend, he shal daily haue cause to remember to grieue for (London : Printed [by Nicholas Okes] for Leonard Becket, and are to be sold at the Temple neere to the Church, 1612)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 326. ESTC S110228.