Harpsicord Music : Parthenia, or, The maydenhead of the first musicke that euer was printed for the virginalls / composed by three famous masters, William Byrd, Dr. John Bull, & Orlando Gibbons, gentilmen of His Ma[jes]ties most illustrious chappell ; ingrauen by William Hole.; Byrd, William,
Harrington James 1611 1677 Aphorisms Political : A plea for the peoples good old cause: Or, The fundamental lawes and liberties of England asserted, proved, and acknowledged, to be our right before the Conquest, and by above 30 Parliaments, and by the late King Charls; and by the Parliament and their army in their severall declarations in their particular streights and differences. : By way of answer to Mr. James Harrington his cxx. political aphorismes, in his second edition. / By Capt. William Bray.; Bray, William,
Harrington James 1611 1677 Common Wealth Of Oceana : The prerogative of popular government. : A politicall discourse in two books. The former containing the first præliminary of Oceana, inlarged, interpreted, and vindicated from all such mistakes or slanders as have been alledged against it under the notion of objections. The second concerning ordination, against Dr. H. Hamond, Dr. L. Seaman, and the authors they follow. In which two books is contained the whole commonwealth of the Hebrews, or of Israel, senate, people, and magistracy, both as it stood in the institution by Moses, and as it came to be formed after the captivity. As also the different policies introduced into the Church of Christ, during the time of the Apostles. / By James Harrington.; Harrington, James,
Harrington James 1611 1677 Parallel Of The Spirit Of The People : M. Harrington's Parallel unparallel'd: or, A demonstration upon it, and the parable opened. : Wherein it appears, neither the spirit of the people, nor the spirit of men like Mr. R. but the spirit of God, of Christ, of his people in the Parliament, and adherents to the cause, is the fittest for the government of the Commonwealth, Zach. 4. 6.; Rogers, John,
Harrington James 1611 1677 Rota : The Rota or, News from the Common-wealths-mens club, / written by Mr. Henry Stubb; 'tis better then a syllybub.; Stubbe, Henry,
Harrington James 1611 1677 Stumbling Block Of Disobedience And Rebe : Certamen epistolare, or, The letter-combate. / Managed by Peter Heylyn, D.D. with 1. Mr. Baxter of Kederminster. 2. Dr. Barnard of Grays-Inne. 3. Mr. Hickman of Mag. C. Oxon. And 4. J.H. of the city of Westminster Esq; With 5. An appendix to the same, in answer to some passages in Mr. Fullers late Appeal.; Heylyn, Peter,
Harrington James 1664 1693 Account Of The Proceedings Of The Right : The Account examined, or, A vindication of Dr. Arthur Bury, Rector of Exeter College, from the calumnies of a late pamphlet, entituled, An account of the proceedings of the Right Reverend Father in God, Jonathan, Lord Bishop of Exon, in his late visitation of Exeter College in Oxon
Harris Alexander : A Briefe collection of some part of the exactions, extortions, oppressions, tyrannies, and excesses towards the liues, bodies and goods of prisoners, done by Alexander Harris, warden of the Fleete, in his foure years misgouernment, ready to be proued by oath and other testimonies
Harris Augustus : The pantomimes of Augustus Harris, Drury lane, 1875-1895.; Coggin, Fredrick Marsh.
Harris Benjamin 1708 : The Protestant cuckold : a new ballad : being a full and perfect relation how B.H. the Protestant news-forger, caught his beloved wife Ruth in ill circumstances : to the tune of Packingtons Pound, or, Timothy Dash, the scriveners apprentice.
Harris Donald 1928 : The human face of law : essays in honour of Donald Harris / [edited by] Keith Hawkins.
Harris Ed 1684 : Strange and dreadful news from Queens-street, London. Or A terrible warning for whore-mongers, and debauched persons: : in the sad and dismal example of Ed. Harris Esq; who sadly expired on the 26 of July 1684.
Harris Elizabeth Active 1645 : The examination, confession, triall, and execution, of Joane Williford, Joan Cariden, and Jane Hott: : who were executed at Feversham in Kent, for being witches, on Munday the 29 of September, 1645. Being a true copy of their evill lives and wicked deeds, taken by the Major of Feversham and jurors for the said inquest. With the examination and confession of Elizabeth Harris, not yet executed. All attested under the hand of Robert Greenstreet, major of Feversham.
Harris Family : Lines on the fiftieth anniversary of the wedding day of John and Mary Harris : 13th February, 1870.; Harris, John,
Harris Francis Some Queries Proposed To The Consideration Of The Grand Prop : An ansvver to twenty eight queries, sent out by Francis Harris to those people he calls Quakers: : wherein his spirit is tryed, to be contrary to that spirit that was in all the children of Light, by his own words and infallible proof: his slanders being removed, his queries are groundless: and so the truth cleared, in the sight of the least of the Lords people. / Written in defence of the truth: and for the freeing the Israelite out of the hand of the Ægyptian. J.N.; Naylor, James,
Harris Frank 1856 1931 Oscar Wilde : Bernard Shaw, Frank Harris and Oscar Wilde / by Robert Harborough Sherard; with a preface by Lord Alfred Douglas, and an additional chapter by Hugh Kingsmill.; Sherard, Robert Harborough,
Harris Jane 1823 1897 : The song repertoire of Amelia and Jane Harris / edited by Emily Lyle ... [et al.].
Harris John 1660 : The speech of Major John Harris at the place of execution, near St. Mary Axe, on Monday the third of September, 1660. : With his prayer immediately before his death; and his confession touching his appearing on the scaffold before White-Hall, at the most horrid murder of our late gracious Soveraign Lord King Charles.; Harris, John,
Harris John 1667 1719 : A letter to Dr. Tancred Robinson : in answer to some passages in his to Mr. VVotton, relating to Mr. Harris's remarks on some late papers &c.; J. H.
Harris John 1791 1873 : Lines on the fiftieth anniversary of the wedding day of John and Mary Harris : 13th February, 1870.; Harris, John,