Howe John 1630 1705 Calm And Sober Enquiry : A letter to a friend concerning a postscript to the Defense of Dr. Sherlock's notion of the Trinity in unity, relating to the Calm and sober enquiry upon the same subject; Howe, John,
Howe John 1630 1705 Calm Discourse Of A Trinity In The Godhead : A letter to the reverend the clergy of both universities, concerning the Trinity and the Athanasian creed : with reflections on all the late hypotheses, particularly Dr. W's, Dr. S--th's, the Trinity placed in its due light, The 28 propositions, The calm discourse of a Trinity in the Godhead, and the defence of Dr. Sherlock's notions : with a short discourse concerning mysteries.; Tindal, Matthew,
Howell James 1594 1666 Pre Eminence And Pedigree Of Parlement : A moderate apology against a pretended calumny. : In answer to some passages in The preheminence of Parlement. Newly published by James Howell Esquire, one of the clerks of his Majesties most honourable Privy Councell. VVherein a reason is rendered, why The popish royall favourite stiled him, no friend to Parliaments, and a malignant. And the copy of a letter written by George Gage from Rome to King Iames, inserted, to manifest an agency between him and Rome, to procure the Popes dispensation for the Spanish match. / By William Prynne of Lincolnes Inne, Esquire.; Prynne, William,
Howell James 1594 1666 Preheminence And Pedigree Of Parlement : A moderate apology against a pretended calumny. : In answer to some passages in The preheminence of Parlement· Newly published by James Howell Esquire, one of the clerks of his Majesties most Honourable Privy Councell. VVherein a reason is rendered, why the popish royall favourite stiled him, no friend to Parliaments, and a malignant. And the copy of a letter written by George Gage from Rome to King Iames, inserted, to manifest an agency between him and Rome, to procure the Popes dispensation for the Spanish match. / By William Prynne of Lincolnes Inne, Esquire.; Prynne, William,
Howet Enoch Quaking Principles Dashed In Pieces : The vvalls of Ierico razed down to the ground. Or, An answer to a lying book, called the Quaking principles dashed in peices [sic]: : wherein one called Henoch Howett, which goes under the name of an Anabahtist [sic], doth falsely accuse, and maliciously belye us; his seven principles which he calls ours, I shall lay down, and what we own is vindicated, and what he hath belyed the truth in, is turned upon his own head. / By one who is zealous for the name of the Lord of Hostes, called Edward Burrough.; Burrough, Edward,
Howet Enoch The Doctrine Of The Light Within : The lying spirit in the mouth of the false prophet made made manifest, : who seeks to pervert the right way of the Lord, and openth his mouth against the lord of life, and denies his light within, as appeareth in a book, entituled, The doctrine of the light within ... set forth by ... Henock Hovvet ... Some things therein being here answered in the light of the Lord ... Declared in the movings of the Lord for the truths sake, and that all deceit might be made manifest. / By one who is a lover of all those who love truth in the inward part. W. S.; Smith, William,
Howgill Francis 1618 1669 Great Case Of Tythes : Tythes ended by Christ with the Levitical priesthood : and therefore no maintenance for a Gospel-ministry, nor lawful for Christians to pay or take under the dispensation of the Gospel : being an answer to two reviling pamphlets written against the people of God called Quakers, because they refuse to pay tythes : the one by C.N. a Presbyterian, and the other by Cress Wheatly, an Episcopal priest : the said C.N. and C.W. are herein justly rebuked for their enmity and lyes against the people of God, and their arguments and plea for tythes considered and fully answered, and the people of God vindicated in their refusing to pay tythes / by the servants of the Lord, T. Rudyard and W. Gibson ; also a postscript by George Watt ; also some brief observations upon some passages in a book, entituled, Christ's call to professors, by W.G.; Rudyard, Thomas,
Howgill Mary : A remarkable letter of Mary Howgill to Oliver Cromwell, called Protector : a copy whereof was delivered by her self to his own hands some moneths ago, with whom she had face to face a large discourse thereupon : unto which is annexed a paper of hers to the inhabitants of the town of Dover.; Howgill, Mary.
Howick England Antiquities : Mesolithic settlement in the North Sea Basin : a case study from Howick, North-East England / edited by Clive Waddington.
Howorth Ship : Good night officially : the Pacific War letters of a destroyer sailor : the letters of Yeoman James Orvill Raines / edited with introductions by William M. McBride.; Raines, James Orvill.
Howson John 1557 1632 : Ornatiss. V. Iohanni Housono, doctori theologo doctiss. Domino Meo &c. Oxonium; Gentili, Alberico,
Howson John 1557 1632 Uxore Dimissa Propter Fornicationem Aliam Non : Epistola ad ornatissimum virum D. Johannem Housonum Sacræ Theologiæ Doctorem, Academiæ Oxoniensis procancellarium : qua dogma eius novum & admirabile de Judæorum divortijs refutatur, & suus Sacrosanctæ Scripturæ nativus sensus ab ejus glossematis vindicatur. Autore Th. Pio. S.T.D.; Pie, Thomas,
Hoyle Elizabeth 1639 : The non-pareil, or, The vertuous daughter surmounting all her sisters : described in a funerall sermon upon the death of that vertuous lady, Elizabeth Hoyle, late wife of the worshipfull Thomas Hoyle, alderman of the city of Yorke / by that godly and reverend divine, Mr. Iohn Birchall ...; Birchall, John.
Hozjuz Stanislaw 1504 1579 De Origine Haeresium Nostri Temporis : The pedegrewe of heretiques : Wherein is truely and plainely set out, the first roote of heretiques begon in the Church, since the time and passage of the Gospell, together with an example of the ofspring of the same. Perused and alowed according to the order appoynted in the Queenes Maiesties iniunctions.; Barthlet, John.