Hurricanes Virginia Early Works To 1800 : Strange newes from Virginia : being a true relation of a great tempest in Virginia, by which many people lost their lives ... : as a further addition to this calamity, the sea exceeded its usual height above twelve foot, overflowing all the plain country ...
Hurricanes West Indies : A general account of the calamities occasioned by the late tremendous hurricanes and earthquakes in the West-India islands, foreign as well as domestic: with the petitions to, and resolutions of, the House of Commons, in behalf of the sufferers at Jamaica and Barbados : also a list of the committee appointed to manage the subscriptions of the benevolent public, towards their further relief / carefully collated from authentic papers by Mr. Fowler.; Fowler, John,
Hurst Henry 1629 1690 : The earthly and heavenly building : opened in a sermon on 2d. Corinthians, Chap. V. Verse 1, at the funeral of the late ... Henry Hurst ... / by Richard Adams ...; Adams, Richard,
Hurst John G 1927 : The rural settlements of medieval England : studies dedicated to Maurice Beresford and John Hurst / edited by M. Aston, D. Austin and C. Dyer.
Hurstmonceux East Essex History : Most hapy and wellcome newes from His Excellencie The Earle of Essex : wherein is declared the true and full relation of two famous victories obtained by the Parliament forces : the first, fought by the Lord of Rochford at Twyford, Ian. 15 where with 700 men, he routed all the Kings army consisting of about 1500 who came to burne the said towne : the second, fought by Collonell Chomley at Hurst, Ian. 17 neere Reading, where with 300 men he gave battle to 2000 of the Kings forces, which sallied out of Reading with a resolution to take and pillage Hurst of all their corne and hay : declaring the manner of their first meeting, and how after 4 or 5 houres fight they fored them to retreat, killing 300 of the cavaliers and taking 60 horse with the losse of twenty three men.; Essex, Robert Devereux,
Hurstmonceux East Essex History Early Works To 1800 : Most hapy and wellcome newes from His Excellencie the Earle of Essex: : wherein is declared the true and full relation, of two famous victories obtained by the Parliament forces. The first, fought by the Lord of Rochford at Twyford, Ian. 15. where with 700 men, he routed all the Kings army, consisting of about 1500. who came to burne the said towne. The second, fought by Collonell Chomley at Hurst, Ian. 17. neere Reading, where with 300. men he gave battle to 2000. of the Kings forces, which sallied out of Reading, with a resolution to take and pillage Hurst of all their corne and hay. Declaring the manner of their first meeting, and how after 4. or 5. houres fight, they fored [sic] them to retreat, killing 300. of the cavaliers and taking 60. horse. with the losse of twenty three men.; Essex, Robert Devereux,
Hurtado Antonio Trials Litigation Etc : A - Case of Hurtado v. Switzerland : judgment of 28 January 1994 : B - Case of Burghartz v. Switzerland : judgment of 22 February 1994.; European Court of Human Rights.
Hurwicz Leonid : Information, Incentives and Economic Mechanisms : essays in honor of Leonid Hurwicz / T. Groves, R. Radner and S. Reiter, editors.
Hury England Maps : Yorkshire [cartographic material] : sheet NY 91 NE.; Great Britain.
Hus Jan 17th Century : The appeale of John Hus from the General Councels excommunication, delivered to the Emperor, being the paralel of William Houstons, delivered to the King..; Hus, Jan,
Husband And Wife France : Mémoire de Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais; en réponse au libelle diffamatoire, signé Guillaume Kornman [electronic resource] : dont plainte en diffamation est rendue, avec requête, à M. le Lieutenant-criminel, & permission d'informer.; Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de,
Hushar Peter : A catalogue of the library of books, French and English, of Mr. Peter Hushar, merchant of London, deceased : which will be exposed to sale by way of auction, at Mr. Thomas Ward's house, upholster at the Boars-Head in Cornhil, on Wednesday the 18th day of November, 1685 / by Edward Millington, bookseller.; Millington, Edward,
Huskisson W William 1770 1830 Free Trade : A letter to the Earl of Liverpool on the cause of our present embarrassment and distress [electronic resource] : and the measures necessary for our effectual relief / by C.C. Western.; Western, C. C.