Hill Thomas Active 1590 : A ioyfull iewell : Contayning aswell such excellent orders, preseruatiues and precious practises for the plague, as also such meruelous medcins for diuers maladies, as hitherto haue not beene published in the English tung. First made and written in the Italian tung by the famous, and learned knight and doctor M. Leonardo Fiorouantie, of his owne ingenious inuentions. And now for the carefull commoditie of his natiue countrey, translated out of the Italian by TH,
Hill Thomas B Approximately 1528 : Natural and artificial conclusions : compiled first in Latin by the vvorthiest and best authors both of the famous university of Padua in Italy, and divers other places / Englished since, and set forth by Thomas Hill, Londoner, whose own experiments in this kind were held most excellent ; and now again published, with a new addition of rarities for the practice of sundry artificers, as also to recreate wits withal at vacant times.
Hill Thomas Cornet : The declaration and resolution of Col. John Poyer, : concerning Lieutenant Gen. Cromwel, and the particular relation of another great fight in South-wales. With, a declaration of the Kings Majestieis loyall subjects in the Isle of Wyght, concerning the proceedings of Sir Thomas Glemham, Colonell Iohn Poyer, and the Scottish Army, for the reinvesting of the King in his royall palace at White-Hall, and setling of the kingdome. Likewise, a letter from Carisbrooke, concerning the playing of a great game by the Kings Majesty, and Sir Oliver Cromwell, and the particulars touching Colonell Hammond.
Hill Thomas D : The "Prose Solomon and Saturn" and "Adrian and Ritheus".
Hill Thomas D 1653 : Wilfull impenitency the grossest self-murder : all they who are guilty of it, apprehended, tryed, and condemned in these sermons : preached at Rochford in Essex not long before his death / by ... Mr. William Fenner ... and made publique by one of his unworthy fellow- labourers.