Taylor – A Common Whore with all These Graces Grac’d (1625)

Taylor, John. A common vvhore vvith all these graces grac’d : shee’s very honest, beautifull and chaste (London : Printed [by M. Flesher] for Henry Gosson, and are to be sold [by E. Wright?] at Christ Church Gate, 1625)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 176. ESTC S124896.

British Library C.30.b.31. Located by Paul Morgan.

Segar – The Schoole of Vertue, and Booke of Good Nurture, Teaching Children and Youth Their Duties (ca. 1642)

Segar, Francis. The schoole of vertue, and booke of good nurture, teaching children and youth their duties : newly perused, corrected, and amended (London : By M. Flesher for Iohn Wright at the Kings head in the Old Bayley, ca. 1642)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 160. ESTC R183684.

University of Illinois IUA11184. Located by Paul Morgan.

I profiled this book in a blog for the Rare Book & Manuscript Library in 2013.

Robins – The Afflicted Souls Preparation for Death (1668)

Robins, Thomas. The afflicted souls preparation for death : the preparation of the heart in man, and the answer of the tongue is from the Lord. Prov. the 16. and the I. verse (London : Printed for W.W. and are to be sold by W. Thackeray at the Dolphin in Smith-field, 1668)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 150. STC R219694.

British Library Cup.408.d.8.[15]. Located by Paul Morgan.

Robins – The Sinners Warning-Piece, or, Heavens Messenger (1650)

Robins, Thomas. The sinners warning-piece, or, Heavens messenger : instructing poor sinners in the way of repentance in these dangerous times, with many good instructions to every true Christian to take heed of seducing people, meaning such as will call themselves Christ (London : Printed for S[arah] Tyus, at the sign of the three Bibles on the middle of London-bridge, ca. 1650)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 150. STC R219700.

British Library 4474.a.47. Located by Arnold Hunt.

The Booke of Merrie Riddles (1617)

The booke o[f] merrie riddles : together with proper questions, and witty prouerbs, to make pleasant pastime : no lesse vsefull then behoouefull, for any young man or childe, to knowe whether he be quicke-witted or no (London : Printed [by J. Beale?] for Roger Iackson, and are to bee sold at his shop neere Fleet-street, 1617)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 148. STC S115147.

Folger Shakespeare Library STC 3322.8. Located by Paul Morgan.