Porter – The Pleasant Historie of the Two Angrie Women of Abington (1599)

Porter, Henry. The pleasant historie of the two angrie women of Abington, with the humorous mirthe of Dick Coomes and Nicholas Prouerbes, two seruingmen : as it was lately playde by the right Honorable the Earle of Nottinghamn, Lord high Admirall, his seruants (London : By Edward Allde for Ioseph Hunt, and William Ferbrand, and are to be solde at the corner of Colman-streete, neere Loathburie, 1599)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 294. ESTC S110461 or S110459.

Unlocated. Last leaf is said to be imperfect.

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 women, 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.

Harvard University, Houghton Library 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.