Humorous Songs England Early Works To 1800 : A new song in praise of the Loyal Company of Stationers, : who (after the general forfeit,) for their singular loyalty, obtain'd the first Charter of London, Anno 1684. : To the tune of, Winchester wedding.
Humorous Songs Texts Early Works To 1800 : The old pudding-pye woman set forth in her colours, &c. : Of all the rare and various London cryes, there's none that doth excel hot pudding-pyes: each one that hears it, being bit with hunger, would wish himself to be a pudding monger; for many likes such victuals for the nones, because in pudding-pyes there is no bones. To a rare new tune much in use, or, There was an old wife.
Humorous Stories English England : The tales and jests of Mr. Hugh Peters : collected into one volume / published by one that hath formerly been conversant with the author in his life time ... ; together with his sentence and the manner of his execution.; Peters, Hugh,
Humpfrey John 1621 1719 : Catalogus librorum bibliothecæ Joannis Humphry : Nuper de rowell in comitatu Northamtoniensi, cum aliis eruditorum virorum libris. Horum auctio habebitur Londini 4to die Decembris, 1682. Ædibus Jonathanis Miles, vulgo dicto Jonathan's Coffee-House in Exchange-Alley Cornhill, over against he Royal-Exchange. With French and Italian Books. And many curious manuscripts in vellam, &c. By William Cooper. The catalogues will be distributed gratis atthe said Jonathan's Coffee-House, at Nath. Ponder's at the Peacock in the Poultry, at Richard's Coffee-House near Temple-Bar, at Mr. William Notts in the Pall-Mall, at Mr. Tho. Foxe's in Westminster-Hall, and at Mr. William Cooper's at the Pellican in Little Britain.; Cooper, William,
Humphreys A A 1810 1883 : Rising tide : the great Mississippi flood of 1927 and how it changed America.; Barry, John M.,
Humphreys John 1637 : Catholick communion defended against both extreams: and unnecessary division confuted, by reasons against both the active and passive ways of separation : occasioned by the racks and reproaches of one sort, and the impatience and censoriousness of the other; and the erroneous, tho confident writings of both. And written in compassion of a distracted, self-tearing people, tho with little hope of any great success. In three parts: I. A survey of the unreasonable defender of Dr. Stillingfleet, for separation, pretending to oppose it. II. Reasons of the authors censured communion with the parish-churches. III. The reasons why Dr. J.O's. twelve arguments change not his judgment. By Richard Baxter, a lover of love and peace; and by defending them, displeasing those that labour to destroy them.; Baxter, Richard,
Humus : Humic substances : structures, properties and uses / [the proceedings of the second Humic Substances Seminar held on 27 March 1998 at the Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts] ; edited by Geoffrey Davies, Elham A. Ghabbour with the assistance of Khaled A. Khairy.; Humic Substances Seminar