The spirituall use of an orchard, or garden of fruit-trees. [microform] : Set forth in divers similitudes betweene naturall and spirituall fruit-trees, in their natures, and ordering, according to Scripture and experience. The second impression; with the addition of many similitudes. By Ra: Austen, author of the first part. By Ra: Austen, author of the first part.
- Oxford : printed by Hen: Hall, printer to the University, for Tho: Robinson, M.DC.LVII. 
, 208 p.
- Thomason Tracts ; 138:E.915.