E.C. – The Poor Doubting Christian Drawn to Christ (1669)

E.C. The poor doubting Christian drawn to Christ : plainly shewing every poor sinner the miserableness of his estate he is in, without Christ. With several sweet motives to draw us to Christ, also comfortable directions how to live by faith, and so to attain unto grace and salvation. Being very useful for every poor sinner to practice and make use of, in these sinful, wicked, and backsliding times. (London : Printed for John Wright, at the Globe in Little-Brittain, 1669)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 72. ESTC R33297.

British Library 4412.a.11. Located by Paul Morgan.

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 – A Golden Trumpet, Sounding an Alarum to Judgement (1648)

Andrewes, John. A golden trumpet, sounding an alarum to judgement ; the sound whereof was never more needfull, though evermore profitable (London: Printed for Edward Wright, 1648)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 9. ESTC R27886.

British Library 4407.a.17. Located by Arnold Hunt.

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.