Holland Foreign Relations Denmark Early Works To 1800 : The King of Denmark's message to the states of Holland, for the advancing of the King of Scots interest; with their proceedings thereupon; and his resolution to maintain the quarrel against all opposers; if he can also, his raising of a great army; their advance towards the sea-coast; and 30 men of war launcing [sic] forth to joyn with the Dutch; together with the great present sent to the King of Scots, amounting to one hundred thousand pounds in gold. Likewise, a great and glorious victory obtained by the English against 120 sail of Dutch; with the number of ships taken, and brought into the Downs. Published by authority.; Denmark.
Holland Foreign Relations Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : The Second part of the tragedy of Amboyna: or, A true relation of a most bloody, treacherous, and cruel design of the Dutch in the New-Netherlands in America. For the total ruining and murthering of the English colonies in New-England. Being extracted out of several letters very lately written from New-England to several gentlemen and merchants in London.
Holland Henry 1583 1650 : To men, fathers and brethren; Henry Holland (son of the learned and laborious scholler Dr. Philemon Holland;) a citizen of London: ...
Holland Province Politics And Government : Particuliere notulen van de vergaderingen der Staten van Holland 1620-1640 / door N. Stellingwerff en S. Schot ; bewerkt door E.C.M. Huysman [et al.].; Holland (Province).
Holland Thomas 1539 1612 : A sermon preached in Saint Maries Church in Oxford March 26. 1612. at the funerall of Thomas Holland, Doctor of the Chaire in Divinitie, and Rector of the Exceter College, by Richard Kilbie Doctor of Divinity, Rector of Lincolne College; Kilbye, Richard,
Hollar Wenceslaus 1607 1677 : A catalogue of plates, : the prints whereof are useful for gentlemen, artists, and gentlewomen, and school-mistresses works, sold by Arthur Tooker, stationer at the Globe over against Salisbury House in the Strand, where you may have choice of maps, and also Italian, German, and the Low Countrey prints, Indian ink, abortive skins, all sorts of paintings, and all stationary wares.; Tooker, Arthur.
Holles Denzil Baron 1599 1680 : A charge delivered in the name of the Army under the command of His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, unto the commissioners of Parliament with the Army, at S. Albans, June 14. 1647. : and by them sent up to the Parliament, against several members of the Honorable House of Commons. Also a paper delivered to the said commissioners of Parliament, June 15. from his Excellency Sir Tho: Fairfax, and the Army under his command, of some farther humble proposals and desires to the Honorable Houses of Parliament. Printed and published by the appointment of his Excellency Sir Tho: Fairfax, and the officers and soldiers of the Army under his command. St. Albans, June 17. 1647. Signed by me John Rushworth.; England and Wales.
Hollingworth Richard 1607 1656 Answer To A Certain Writing Entitule : A defence of sundry positions, : and Scriptures alledged to justifie the Congregationall-way; charged at first to be weak therein, impertinent, and unsufficient; by R.H. M. A. of Magd. Col. Cambr. in his examination of them; but upon further examination, cleerly manifested to be sufficient, pertinent, and full of power. / By [brace] Samuel Eaton, teacher, and Timothy Taylor, pastor [brace] of [brace] the church in Duckenfield, in Cheshire. Published according to order.; Eaton, Samuel,
Hollingworth Richard 1607 1656 Examination Of Sundry Scriptures : A defence of sundry positions, : and Scriptures alledged to justifie the Congregationall-way; charged at first to be weak therein, impertinent, and unsufficient; by R.H. M. A. of Magd. Col. Cambr. in his examination of them; but upon further examination, cleerly manifested to be sufficient, pertinent, and full of power. / By [brace] Samuel Eaton, teacher, and Timothy Taylor, pastor [brace] of [brace] the church in Duckenfield, in Cheshire. Published according to order.; Eaton, Samuel,
Hollingworth Richard 1607 1656 True Guide : A briefe ansvver to R.H. his booke, entitled, The true guide, &c. : Wherein are occasionally declared and proved by Scripture these particular things following: [brace] first, that the baptisme of water is a distinct baptisme from the baptisme of the spirit. ... Sixthly, in what sense some things related in Scripture are not Scripture, with divers other particulars occasionally spoken of. / By R.B. a well-wisher to the truth, and R.H.; R. B.,
Hollingworth Richard 1639 1701 Second Defence Of King Charles I : Ludlow no lyar, or, A detection of Dr. Hollingworth's disingenuity in his Second defence of King Charles I : and a further vindication of the Parliament of the 3d of Novemb. 1640 : with exact copies of the Pope's letter to King Charles the first, and of his answer to the Pope : in a letter from General Ludlow, to Dr. Hollingworth : together with a reply to the false and malicious assertions in the Doctor's lewd pamphlet, entituled, His defence of the King's holy and divine book, against the rude and undutiful assaults of the late Dr. Walker of Essex.; Ludlow, Edmund,
Hollis Colonel : Good newes from Colonel Hollis his regiment : declaring the proceedings of the voluntiers that set forth with him from London, in an overthrow given to the Cavaliers, and putting them into flight neer Vxbridge. Also a relation of great store of ammunition found under a hay-mow in Salisbury-Court in London, and brought into Guild-Hall, Aug. 19 likewise the true copie of a letter sent from Leicestershire by M. Burton, a messenger belonging to the Parliament-House, to a gentleman in London. Wherein is declared how three wain-load of ammunition was taken from the Cavaliers, and sent to Coventry, as it was intended to have been sent from Leicester to Warwick. H. Elsynge, cler. Parl. d. Com.