Highway Transport Workers Asia Congresses : I.C.F.T.U.-I.L.O. Asian seminar on problems of road transport workers, Penang, 14th December to 19th December 1970.; International Confederation of Free Trade Unions.
Hijacking Of Ships France Early Works To 1800 : A list of several ships belonging to English merchants, taken by French privateers : since December, one thousand six hundred seventy and three. Also a brief account touching what applications hath been made for redress, at the council-board, and with the committee of trade.
Hijacking Of Ships Morocco Early Works To 1800 : Newes from Mamora, or, A summary relation sent to the king of Spaine of the good successe of a voyage : which it hath pleased God to giue in taking, and suprising, of Mamora, a port in Barbary. By the armado and hoast royall, of the ocean sea, whereof was captaine generall Don Luis Faxardo: assisted with three galleis [sic] of Portingall, vnder the command of the Conde de Elda, and fiue gallies of Spaine, vnder the Duke of Fernandina.
Hildegard Saint Active 10th Century : A Further discovery of the mystery of Jesuitisme : in a collection of severall pieces representing the humours, designs, and practises of those who call themselves the Society of Jesus.
Hill Abigail 1658 : A True relation of the most horrid and barbarous murders committed by Abigall Hill of St. Olaves Southwark, on the persons of foure infants; : parish children, whom she undertooke to nurse, and her most deceitfull borrowing of other children of her poore acquaintance, whom on every quarter day she would bring to the over-seers of the parish, and receive her quarters pay for them, as if they had bin the same children which had bin committed to her charge to nurse. For which most cruell murders, being convicted and condemned at the sessions held at the Old-Baily. Wednesday Decemb. 15. Shee [sic] was accordingly executed on Wednesday, Decemb. 22. in Cheapside neare unto Woodstreet. Together with a true account of the strange and stubborn end she made, and her jeering of her executioner at the houre of her death. And a caveat to all other women that are suspected for the like unnaturall and most unmercifull practises.
Hill Adam 1595 Defence Of The Article Christ Descended Into Hell : A reioynder to Doctor Hil concerning the descense of Christ into Hell : Wherein the answere to his sermon is iustlie defended, and the roust of his reply scraped from those arguments as cleanlie, as if they had neuer bene touched with that canker. By Alexander Hume, Maister of Artes. Heere, besides the reioynder, thou hast his paralogismes: that is, his fallacies and deceits in reason pointed out, and numbered in the margin: amounting to the nomber of 600. and aboue: and yet not half reckoned.; Hume, Alexander,
Hill Andrew 1684 : An exact and true relation of the behaviour of Edmund Kirk, John Bennet, Morgan Keading [i.e. Reading] and Andrew Hill, during their imprisonment, and at the place of execution on Friday the 11th of this instant July 1684 : with their last dying words and speeches at Tyburn.
Hill Anthony Exhibitions : Anthony Hill : a retrospective exhibition [held at the] Hayward Gallery ... 20 May - 10 July 1983.; Arts Council of Great Britain.
Hill Edmund 1692 : The changableness of this world, with respect to nations, families, and particular persons : with a practical application thereof to the various conditions of this mortal life : in a funeral discourse occasioned by the death of Mr. Edmvnd Hill, who dyed April 16, 1692 / by Timothy Rogers ...; Rogers, Timothy,
Hill Edmund Thomas Approximately 1563 1644 Quatran Of Reasons Of Ca : The reasons vvhich Doctour Hill hath brought, for the vpholding of papistry, which is falselie termed the Catholike religion: vnmasked : and shewed to be very weake, and vpon examination most insufficient for that purpose: by George Abbot ... The first part.; Abbot, George,