Haunce Everard 1581 : The araignement, and execution, of a wilfull and obstinate traitour, named Eueralde Ducket, alias House; : for high treason, on Friday, beeing the 28. of Iuly, and executed at Tisborne, on Monday after, being the 31, day of the same moneth. 1581. / gathered by M.S..; Munday, Anthony,
Haunted Houses England Early Works To 1800 : A true relation of the horrid ghost of a woman, which hath frequently been seen in various habits, in the house of Nicholas Broaday, at the Three Mariners in Depthford : upon the third, fourth, and sixth of this instant April, 1673. By Peter Griffith, Robert Predam, and John Stolliard, belonging to His Majesty's ship, called the Monck, and several others of the family.
Haunted Houses Fiction : The haunting of Hill House / Shirley Jackson ; introduction by Laura Miller ; series editor Guillermo del Toro.; Jackson, Shirley,
Hausmann Franz Joseph 1789 1856 : A soldier for Napoleon : the campaigns of Lieutenant Franz Joseph Hausmann, 7th Bavarian Infantry / translated by Cynthia Joy Hausmann ; edited by John H. Gill.; Hausmann, Franz Joseph,
Haven Gilbert 1821 1880 : Gilbert Haven, Methodist Abolitionist : a study in race, religion and reform, 1850-1880 / edited by the Commission on Archives and History of the United Methodist Church.; Gravely, William B.
Havenstein Martin : Deutsche Bildung? : Briefwechsel zweier Schulmanner : Otto Schumann - Martin Havenstein, 1930-1944 / herausgegeben von Notker Hammerstein.
Haviland James Active 1700 : The case of James Haviland, of the Isle of Purbeck, in the county of Dorset, presented to the view of every impartial reader; : but more particularly to the inhabitants of the isle and county aforesaid.