Hohenheim Stuttgart Germany Schools : Uebersicht über die königlich Würtembergische Lehranstalt für Land- und Forstwirthschaft zu Hohenheim [electronic resource].; Landwirtschaftliche Hochschule Hohenheim.
Hoisting Machinery : Rudimentary treatise on the construction of cranes and machinery for raising heavy bodies, for the erection of buildings and for hoisting goods.; Glynn, Joseph,
Hokkanen Teuvo 1953 Trials Litigation Etc : A - Case of Hokkanen v. Finland : judgment of 23 September 1994 : B - Case of Stjerna v. Finland : judgment of 25 November 1994.; European Court of Human Rights.
Holbeach England History Early Works To 1800 : Strange and wonderful news from Holbitch [sic] in Lincoln-shire. : Being the true relation of two monstrous fishes, viz. a sea-horse, and sea-mare, of a vast and terrible bulk and bigness, each of them being eighteen foot long, & twelve foot about the bodys, lately cast on shore, to admiration of all the spectators thereabouts. Licensed, November the 15. 1693.
Holburn Viaduct London England History Sources : Holborn level [electronic resource] : prospectus of a company to be incorporated by act of Parliament, for the formation of a new line of level street, to be erected upon a viaduct, extending from Hatton Garden to Snow Hill, Skinner Street, and parallel with Holborn Hill.
Holby Mr : A letter sent from a gentleman of Beverley, to one Mr. Holby gent of London : concerning the entertainment of my Lord of Holland by the King, at His Majesties Court at Beverley, the fifteenth day of this present July, 1642.
Holcroft Thomas 1745 1809 : A narrative of facts relating to a prosecution for high treason [electronic resource] : including the address to the jury which the court refused to hear : with letters to the attorney general, Lord Chief Justice Eyre, Mr. Serjeant Adams, the Honourable Thomas Erskine and Vicary Gibbs, Esq. : and the defence the author had prepared, if he had been brought to trial / by Thomas Holcroft.; Holcroft, Thomas,
Hold Harmless Agreements Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : An ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament: : for the indempnifying and saving harmlesse all such persons as have acted or done, or that hereafter shall act or doe anything by authority, or for the service of the Parliament. Also nominating and appointing a committee in the county of Kent for the same purpose. Die Martis 4. Aprill. 1648. Joh. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.; England and Wales.
Holden Adam Trial Of The Spirits : A proper reply to a scandalous libel, intitled, The trial of the spirits [electronic resource] : in a letter to the worshipful author.; T. S.,
Holden Anthony J : The editor and the text / edited by Philip E. Bennett and Graham A. Runnalls.
Holden Henry 1596 1662 : The dispatcher dispatched. Or, An examination of the romanists rejoynder to the replies of D.H. : Being a third defence of the treatise of schisme. Wherein is inserted a view of their possession and orall tradition in the way of M. White.; Hammond, Henry,
Holden Isaac Sir 1807 1897 : Isaac Holden and the mechanisation of woolcombing in France, 1848-1914 / K. Honeyman and J. Goodman.; Honeyman, Katrina.
Holden John Felon : The lamentation of John Holden, : who was executed at Omagh Gaol, on the 27th August, 1860, for the murder of Sergeant M'Clelland.; Holden, John Felon.
Holder William 1616 1698 : A defence of the Royal Society, and the philosophical transactions, particularly those of July, 1670 : in answer to the cavils of Dr. William Holder / by John Wallis ... ; in a letter to the Right Honourable, William Lord Viscount Brouncker.; Wallis, John,