Harrison Johane 1606 : The most cruell and bloody murther committed by an Inkeepers wife, called Annis Dell, and her sonne George Dell, foure yeeres since : On the bodie of a childe, called Anthony Iames in Bishops Hatfield in the countie of Hartford, and now most miraculously reuealed by the sister of the said Anthony, who at the time of the murther had her tongue cut out, and foure yeeres remayned dumme and speechlesse, and now perfectly speaketh, reuealing the murther, hauing no tongue to be seen. With the seuerall vvitch-crafts, and most damnable practises of one Iohane Harrison and her daughter vpon seuerall persons, men and women at Royston, who were all executed at Hartford the 4 of August last past. 1606.
Harrison Mary 1700 : A burning yet unconsumed bush, exemplified in the dolorous life and glorious death of ... Mrs. Mary Harrison, who departed this life June the 21st, in the 23d year of her age, or, A brief and faithful narrative of the effectualness of her conviction ... : together with the author's speech to the inhabitants of Havant, at the close of her funeral sermon ... / by C. Nicholetts ...; Nicholets, Charles.
Harrison Pat : Pat Harrison : the New Deal years.; Swain, Martha H.
Harrison Thomas 1555 1631 : Christian hospitalitie : handled common-place-wise in the chappel of Trinity Colledge in Cambridge: whereunto is added, a short but honourable narration of the life and death of Mr Harrison, the late hospital vice-master of that royal and magnificent societie. By Caleb Dalechamp ...; Dalechamp, Caleb.
Harrison William : A true and perfect account of the examination, confession, tryal, condemnation and execution of Joan Perry, and her two sons, John & Richard Perry, and for the murder of William Harrison, Gent. : being one of the most remarkable occurrences which hath happened in the memory of man / sent in a letter (by Sir T.O. of Burton, in the county of Gloucester, Kt., and one of His Majesties justices of the peace) to T.S. Dr. of physick in London ; likewise Mr. Harrison's own acount how he was conveyed into Turkey and there made a slave above two years ...; Overbury, Thomas,
Harrison William Of Cambden : The power of vvitchcraft : being a most strange but true relation of the most miraculous and wonderful deliverance of one Mr. William Harrison, of Cambden in the county of Glocester, steward to the Lady Nowel. Who was supposed to have been murthered by his own servant, and his servants mother and brother: but to the amazement of all the people that live near the said place, the truth is now brought to light; and Mr. Harrison after about two years absence is returned into his own country and place of abode in Cambden. The manner how he was bewitched away, and the manner of his safe return back again into his own countrey you shall hear in this following discourse.
Harriss Charles : The account from Wickham (lately published by John Raunce and Charles Harris) examin'd and found false: : and warning thereof given to all such well-meaning persons among the people called Quakers, as through personal affection, want of consideration, or weakness of judgment have been betrayed, or may be in danger to be betrayed by them, or any other in the same dividing spirit with them, and led aside from the way of truth, into a separation from the people of God: for whose recovery and preservation this is written / by Thomas Ellwood.; Ellwood, Thomas,
Harriss Gerald : Rulers and ruled in late medieval England : essays presented to Gerald Harriss / edited by Rowena E. Archer and Simon Walker.
Harrisson Tom 1911 1976 : The most offending soul alive : Tom Harrisson and his remarkable life.; Heimann, Judith M.
Harrod Henry Roy Forbes Sir : Harrod and his trade cycle group : the origins and development of the Growth Research Programme.; Young, Warren,
Hart Captain : A relation of the defeat given to Sir Arthur Forbes and his party, which came from the hills : by Captain Hart, of Col. Twisletons regiment; at Phillip, near Borthwick water; on Wednesday, Decem. 21. 1653. In which you have the numbers that engaged on both sides: as also what slain of the Tories, prisoners, and horse taken: vvith the names of the said prisoners. Together with the number wounded on our side.
Hart William Sir Moss Trooper : The knight errant : being a witty, notable and true relation of the strange adventures of Sir William Hart now prisoner in the tower: his severall exploits, cheats, and most witty tricks by him acted ever since his first beeing untill his proclaiming the Scotch king at Worcester, in August last. Written by J.B. Gent.; J. B.