Phillips H 1840 : The valuable library of books, in Fonthill Abbey : a catalogue of the magnificent, rare, and valuable library, (of 20,000 volumes) illustrated, in many instances, with two and three sets of proof and other plates; generally of the most choice editions; selected with great care, and the utmost liberality, during the last forty years; also, of the books of prints, galleries of art, curious missals and manuscripts, the Persian and Chinese drawings, &c. &c. &c. ; which will be sold by auction, by Mr. Phillips, at the Abbey, on Tuesday, the 9th of September, 1823, and nine following days, on Friday, the 3d of October, & four following days, and on Thursday, 23d October, 1823, & four following days (Sundays and Mondays excepted) at half-past twelve each day precisely.
Phillips Henry 1838 1895 : An account of the Congo independent state [electronic resource] : read before the American Philiosophical Society, November 2, 1888, and February 1, 1889 / by Henry Phillips, Jr.
Phillips Henry 1914 : From obscurity to bright dawn : how Nyasaland became Malawi : an insider's account.
Phillips Henry L Henry Laird 1847 1947 : The annual sermon of the Conference of Church Workers among Colored People [electronic resource] : New Haven, Conn., September, 1903 / [delivered by Henry L. Phillips].
Phillips Henry M Henry Myer 1811 1884 : Admission of Kansas [electronic resource] : speech of Hon. Henry M. Phillips, of Pennsylvania, in the House of Representatives, March 9, 1858, on the admission of Kansas as a state under the Lecompton Constitution.
Phillips Herbert E : Forty years of normative portfolio theory : issues, controversies, and misconceptions / by George M. Frankfurter and Herbert E. Phillips.
Phillips Jerome Approximately 1648 : The fisher-man : A sermon preached at a synode held at Southwell in Nottinghamshire. Shewing 1. The necessitie of calling and gifts enabling in a minister. 2. The danger intruders are in. 3. Whose fault it is that such are in the Church. 4. A good life requisite in all that professe Christianitie, but especially in ministers. 5. Wisedome and learning absolutely necessary in preachers. 6. Vnlearned & frothy preaching doth much hurt. 7. Gods worke goeth best forward when his workmen agree well amongst themselues. 8. Contempt of Gods ministers shall not be vnpunished. With other points of moment. By Ierom Phillips Bachelour in Diuinitie.