Hevelius Johannes 1611 1687 Machina Coelestis : Animadversions on the first part of the Machina coelestis of the honourable, learned, and deservedly famous astronomer Johannes Hevelius, consul of Dantzick : together with an explication of some instruments / made by Robert Hooke ...; Hooke, Robert,
Hewitt William 1719 1781 : William Hewitt papers, 1756-1790 (Ms. 522), 1756-1790, in the University of London Library / introduction to the microfilm collection by Paul Kelly.
Hewlet William Captain : The tryall and condemnation of Col. Daniel Axtell, who guarded the High-Court of Injustice. Col. Francis Hacker, who guarded His Sacred Majesty to the scaffold. Cap. Hewlet, who was proved to be the man that butchered His Majesty. : Together with, their severall pleas, and the answers thereunto. At the sessions-house in the Old-baily, on Monday the 15. of October, 1660. By the judges appointed by the King for that purpose.
Hewley Christopher : The answers and case of Francis VVyvill and Ann his VVife, to the petition and appeal of Dorothy Hewley, : Exhibited by or on her behalf against them, to the right honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled.; Hewley, Dorothy.
Hews Morgan : A hue and-cry after Morgan Hews post-man in Southwark: or, A full and true account of his breaking open a letter : supposing ther had been chequer bills for money, and it proved a bond to be put in sut.
Heydon Christopher Sir 1623 Defense Of Iudiciall Astrologie : Astrologomania : the madnesse of astrologers. With an examination of Sir Christopher Heydons book, intituled a defence of judiciary astrologie. Written by G.C. for the use of such as might haply be misled by astrologie and the knights book. Published by T.V. B. of D.; Carlton, George.
Heydon John 1629 Advice To A Daughter : Advice to Balam's ass, or, Momus catechised : in answer to a certaine scurrilous and abusive scribler, one John Heydon, author of Advice to a daughter / by T.P., Gent.; Pecke, Thomas,
Heylyn Peter 1600 1662 Certamen Epistolare : A review of the Certamen epistolare betwixt Pet. Heylin D.D. and Hen. Hickman B.D. : Wherein the exceptions of the Dr. against Mr. H.'s arguments are all taken off, and our first reformers proved not to hold with the Arminians. Also a reply to Mr. Pierce his late virulent letter to the aforesaid Dr. / By Theophilus Churchman.; Hickman, Henry,