London in its splendor [microform] : consisting of triumphant pageants, whereon are represented many persons richly arrayed, properly habited, and signigicant to the design : with several speeches, and a song, suitable to the solemnity : all prepared for the honour of the prudent magistrate, Sir William Hooker, Kt., Lord Mayor of the City of London, at the peculiar expences of the worshipful Company of Grocers : as also, a description of His Majesties royal entertainment at Guildhall, by the City, in a plentiful feast, and a glorious banquet / written by Tho. Jordan.
- London : Printed by W.G. for Nath. Brook and John Playford, 1673.
- Three centuries of drama. English, 1642-1700.
Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1830.