Hastings Francis Sir 1610 Apologie Or Defence Of The Watch Word Against : The vvarn-vvord to Sir Francis Hastinges wast-word : conteyning the issue of three former treateses, the Watch-word, the Ward-word and the Wast-word (intituled by Sir Francis, an Apologie or defence of his Watch-word) togeather with certaine admonitions & warnings to thesaid [sic] knight and his followers. Wherunto is adioyned a breif reiection of an insolent, and vaunting minister masked with the letters O.E. who hath taken vpon him to wryte of thesame [sic] argument in supply of the knight. There go also foure seueral tables, one of the chapters, another of the controuersies, the third of the cheif shiftes, and deceits, the fourth of the parricular [sic] matters conteyned in the whole book. By N.D. author of the Ward-word.; Parsons, Robert,
Hastings Francis Sir 1610 Watch Word To All Religious And True Hearted : A temperate vvard-vvord, to the turbulent and seditious VVach-word of Sir Francis Hastinges knight : vvho indeuoreth to slaunder the vvhole Catholique cause, & all professors therof, both at home and abrode. Reduced into eight seueral encounters, vvith a particuler speeche directed to the Lordes of her Maiesties most honorable Councel. To vvhome the arbitriment of the vvhole is remitted. By N.D.; Parsons, Robert,
Hastings R R : Report on the manuscripts of the late R.R. Hastings, Esq. of The Manor House, Ashby-de-la-Zouche.
Hastings Robert : The Case of Robert Hastings, of the parish of St. Pauls Shadwel, in the county of Midlesex
Hat Trade Great Britain : By the King : a proclamation touching the Corporation of Bever-makers of London, and to restrain the importing of forrain hats, and the wearing of demy-casters within His Majesties dominions.; England and Wales.