Humberside England Cultural Policy : Deep roots, real achievements, lofty ambitions : visions and priorities for the cultural life of Yorkshire and the Humber, 2001-2010 / text by Fred Brookes, Rachel Chandler and Bernard McLoughlin.; Brookes, Fred.
Humble Advice And Earnest Desires Of Certain Well Affected Ministers Lectur : The Parliament justified in their late proceedings against Charls Stuart, or a brief discourse concerning the nature and rise of government, together with the abuse of it in tyranny, and the peoples reserve. : As also an answer to a certain paper, entituled, The humble advice of the lecturers of Banbury in the county of Oxon, and Brackley in the county of Northampton. / By J: Fidoe, T: Jeanes, W: Shaw, students in Trinity-Colledge in Cambridge.; Fidoe, John,
Humble Declaration Tender And Petition Of Divers Cordiall And Wel Affected : The sea-men undeceived: or, Certaine queries to a printed paper, intituled, The humble tender and declaration of many wel-affected sea-men, commanders of ships, and members of Trinity-House, to the commissioners of the navy. : Wherein are may [sic] objections answered, very necessary for publick use in these times. / By R.B. a seaman, and member of the Trinity-House. Directed to marriners and sea-men in generall, and to all others among whom the fore-mentioned printed papers have been spread. But more especially it is commended to the underwriters of the said paper. Published according to order. Read all or none.; R. B.
Humble Petition Of The Inhabitants Of The Cityes Of London And Westminster : A Discovery of the ivglings and deceitfvll impostvres of a scandalous libell against the Parliament : published in the forme of a petition to the Houses of Parliament in the name of the inhabitants of London and Westminster and inhabitants of Southwarke pretended to be distressed in point of conscience.
Humble Representation Of Some Officers Of The Army To The Right Honourable : The Lord General Fleetwoods answer to the Humble representation of Collonel Morley, and some other late officers of the Army. : Wherein he declares his judgement and conscience what is the good old cause, and for a free parliament, as the onely expedient for Englands settlement. Novemb. 8. 1659.; Fleetwood, Charles,