The Batchelars Banquet, or, A Banquet for Batchelars (1603)

The batchelars banquet, or, A banquet for batchelars : wherein is prepared sundry daintie dishes to furnish their table, curiously drest, and seriously serued in : pleasantly discoursing the variable humours of vvomen, their quicknesse of wittes, and vnsearchable deceits (London : Printed by T[homas] C[reede and others] and are to be solde by T. P[avier], 1603)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 219. ESTC S105241.

Houghton Library, Harvard University STC 6476.2. Located by Paul Morgan.

Anatomy of a Womans Tongue, Divided into Five Parts (1658)

Anatomy of a womans tongue, divided into five parts : a medicine, a poyson, a serpent, fire, and thunder : whereunto is added diverse new epigrams never before printed with many other delightsome novelties (London : Printed for Richard Harper, 1658)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 205. ESTC R506758.

Morgan Library W 01 A. Located by Sarah Lindenbaum.

I.A. – The Good Womans Champion, or, A Defence for the Weaker Vessell ([1650?])

I.A. The good womans champion, or, A defence for the weaker vessell, being fit for vviddowes, wives, maidens, or others, to read or heare : wherein is vindicated the bitter reproaches, [and] scandalous writings of some fantastick men, against poore harmlesse women, and maides (London : For Francis Grove, and are to be sold at his shop neare the Sarazens Head on Snow Hill, [1650?])

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 203. ESTC R11216.

British Library 12330.a.21. Located by Paul Morgan.