H C Henry Consett : The practice of the spiritual or ecclesiastical courts : wherein is contained, their original stile and causes usually tryed in them ... as also, the whole order, manner and form of suing and recovering of legacies, tythes, &c. together with the manner of proceeding in cases of defamation ... &c. : to which is added, a brief discourse of the structure and manner of forming the libel or declaration. / By H.C.
H D Active 1583 : A godlie and fruitfull treatise of faith and workes. Wherein is confuted a certaine opinion of merit by workes, which an aduersary to the gospell of Christ Iesu, held in the conference, had in the Tower of London
H F Gent : A prodigious & tragicall history of the arraignment, tryall, confession, and condemnation of six witches at Maidstone, in Kent, at the assizes there held in July, Fryday 30. this present year. 1652. : Before the Right Honorable, Peter Warburton, one of the Justices of the Common Pleas. / Collected from the observations of E.G. Gent. (a learned person, present at their conviction and condemnation) and digested by H.F. Gent. To which is added a true relation of one Mrs. Atkins a mercers wife in Warwick, who was strangely caried away from her house in July last, and hath not been heard of since.
H H Henry Humberston : A sermon preached at Worcester on the 18th of April, 1686 : being the second Sunday after Easter / by H.H., S.J.
H I : An heroick elegie upon the most lamentable death of the incomparable heroina, Madame Isabella Buggs : the much loved wife of Col. William Buggs, formerly widow to that worthy gentleman Henry Lloyd of Cheam, in com. Surrey, Esquire, and daughter to that honourable person Sir George Parkins of Bunny in com. Nottinghamshire, Knight.
H I Active 1625 : An example for all those that make no conscience of swearing and forswearing : shewing Gods heauy iudgement vpon a maid-seruant in London, who forswore her selfe, and now lies rotting in S. Bartholomewes Hospitall in Smithfield, where many resort daily to see her. To the tune of, Aime not too high.
H I Active 1638 : De ascensione mentis in Deum per scalas rerum creatorum opusculum. English
H J Gentleman In The Country : A letter from a gentleman in the country to his friend in the city, touching Sir William Petty's posthumous treatise entituled, Verbum sapienti, or, The method of raising taxes in the most equal manner, &c.
H Mr : Triumphs of female wit, in some pindarick odes, or, The emulation : together with an answer to an objector against female ingenuity, and capacity of learning : also, a preface to the masculine sex / by a young lady.
H O Active 1592 : The Spaniards monarchie, and Leaguers olygarchie. Layd open in an aduerisement [sic], written by Signor Vasco Figueiro a gentleman of Portingale to the rebellious French: wherein is discouered the tyrannie of the one ouer the kingdome of Portingale, and the treacherous rebellion of the other in the kingdome of France, with a patheticall persuasion to the French to returne to the obedience of their naturall and legitimate king. Englished by H.O.