Hincks Elizabeth : The poor widows mite, cast into the Lord's treasury : wherein are contained some reasons in the justification of the meetings of the people of God called Quakers with an approbation of several truths held by them, and the ground of dark persecution discussed / written by a woman of the south, who came from the ends of the earth to hear the wisdom of him that is greater than Solomon, and doth a far off behold the happy estate of his friends and servants who stand continually before him, to hear and receive wisdom from him, who is the true Emanuel, now left it should be counted a libel or any should think we dare for own it in the world, I have subscribed my name.
Hincks T : A history of British hydroid zoophytes.
Hincksman Daniel : The humble address of the agitators of the army to His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax. : Presented the 14. of August, on behalf of the kingdom and army. Shewing the unexpectedness of the intrusion of those gentlemen into Parliament, who so lately usurped a parliamentary power when the free Parliament was forc'd a way: as also the injustice of their sitting therein. Unto which is annexed their proposals to His Excellency at Hammersmith, on the 5. of this instant August; for the prevention of the said gentlemen, and all other illegal members, sitting in the Parliament.