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HILL (oliver) Remarks upon G. Keith's Farewell Sermon at

Turner's Hall. 4° Lond. 1689. The fifth Essay against the Circulation of the Blood.

Lond. 1700.

A Rod for the Back of Fools, in answer to Tolands

Christianity not mysterious. Lond. 1702.

HILL (philippina) Portraits, Characters, Pursuits and Amusements of the fashionable'World. 8° Lond.

HILL (Si'rEicHD.) v. Revelation. Bodenhurst.

Apology for Brotherly Love and the Doctrines of the

Ch. of England. 8° Lond. 1798.

Deep things of God, or Milk and strong Meat. 8*

Lond. 1S04.

HILL (ror.) Poems. 8° Lond. 1775.

HILL (ROBERT) V. BUCANUS.

Christianity the true Religion, in Answer to a Deist.

12* Chester.

HILL (R.) V. BUCANUS. SPENCE.

HILL (rowland) Full answer to J. Wcstley's Remarks upon a late Pamphlet published in defence of the Revd. Mr. Whitfield and others. 8° Bristol.

— Sermon on the death of J. Rouquet. 8° Brist. 1776.

i Supplement to the Collection of Psalms and Hymns for

Public Worship. 12° Lond. 1796.

Psalms and Hymns. 12° Land. 1798.

Journal thro' the North of England and parts of Scotland. With Remarks on the State of the established Ch. of Scotland. 8° Lond. 1799.

i Second lour thro' the Highlands of Scotland and N. W.

Parts of England. 4° Lond. 1800.

An Apology for Sunday Schools. A Sermon. 8°

Lond. 1801.

Village Dialogues. Vol. 2, 3, 4. 8° Lond. 1802,3.

HILL (tho.) The profitable Ai t of gardening, &.c. and right ordering of Bees. 12° Lond. 1568.

The moste pleasaunte Arte of the Interpretation of

Dreames. 12° Lond. 1576.

- The Schoole of Skil. 4° Lond. 1599.

A Contemplation of Mysteries, containing the Effects

and Significations of some Comets. 12° Lond. H. Denham.

HILL (tho.) A pleasant History: declaring the whole Art of Phisiognomy. 12° Lond. T. Waylande. \b\. /.]

12° Lond. 1613.

HILL (tho.) V. Tucknf.y.

The Trade of Truth advanced. A Fast Sermon. 4°

Lond. 1642.

The militant Church triumphant over the Devil and

his Angels. 4° Lond. 1643. The good old way, God's way. A Spital Sermon. 4°

Lond. 1644.

The Season for England's self-reflection and advancing

Temple Work. A Fast Sermon. 4° Lond. 1644.

HILL

Hill(tho.) The right Separation encouraged; in a Fast Sermon. 4° Lond. 1645.

Natural and artificial Conclusions. 12° Lond. 1650.

HILL (w.) v. Peck.

HILL (wiliiam) The Infancie of the Soule, or the Soule of an Infant, shewing how and when it is infused. 4° Lond. 1605.

HILL (w.) Commentatio in Orbis Descriptionem Dionysii. 8' Lond. 1658.

HILL (wm.) A New Years Gift for Women. Being a true Looking Glass which they seldom have in their Closets. 12° Lond. 1660.

HILL (wm.) The Life and Visions of Nicholas Hart. 8* Land. 1711.

HILL fwM.) Proceedings of a General Court-Martial on the trials of Lieut. W. Hill and Ensign W. Hill. 8° Lond. 1760.

HILLARY (gul.) Dissert. de Febribus intermittentibus. 4° Lug. Bat. 1722.

HILLARY (wm.) An Essay on tiie small Pox. 8° Lond. 1735. ————— An Enquiry into the Contents of Lincomb Spaw Water

near Bath. S° Lond. 1742. HILLE (petr.) Disput. de Palpitatione Cordis. 4° Jen. 1684. HILLEBRANDT (mtchael) Unterricht wider den Catechismum

Ambrosii Moibani. 4° Lips. 15.38. HILLEN (joh. Petr.) Disput. de Mensium Suppressione. 4'

Lug. Bat. 1695.

HILLEN I US (franc.) The English and Low Dutch Instructor. 12° Rotterd. 1664.

12° Rotterd. 1677.

12° Rotterd. 1686.

HILLER (ludov. Hen.) Mysterium Artis Steganographicae. 8' Ulm. 1682.

HILLER (matth.) De Arcano Kethib et Keri, pro vindicanda S: Codicis Hebraei Integritate. 8° Tubing. 1692.

Hierophyticon, sive, Comment. in Plantas S. Scripturae. Cui accedit Praefatio Salomonis Pfisteri. 4° Traj. 1725.

HILLERUS (svlv.) Dissert. de Synovia ejusque Origine. 4° Hal. Mag. 1697.

HILLIARD (john) Fire from Heaven burning the Body of John

Hitchell. 4° Lond. 1613. HILLIARD (sam.) Narrative of the Prosecution of Mr. Sare. 8°

Lond. 1709.

Obligation of the Clergy to keep strictly to the bidding

Form of Prayer before Sermon. 8° Lond. 1715.

HILLING (greg.) Diss. ex lib. 4. Galeni de mtthodo ntedendi: continens curationtm Ulceri. 4° Avg. 1634.

HILLS (lydia) Relation of her miraculous Cure. 8° Lond. 1695.

HILMERS (jo. Hermannus) Commentatio Historico-Ecclesiastica, de Ubbone Philippi et Ubbomtis, cum Disquisitione de Habitu Doctrinae Mennonitarum. 4° Rostoch, 1733.

7 HILPERTL'S HILPERTUS(jo.)Disquisitiode Praeadamitis. 12° Ultraj. 1656.

HILS, V. CAS1MIRUS.

HILSCHERUS (balth.) Exercit. de corporum naturalium affec

tionibus externis. 4° Witt.'1G\6. De Anima. 4° Lips. 1621.

HILSCHERUS (elias) Disput. de consensu et dissensu corporum

naturalium. 4° Witt. 1682. HILTMANNUS (phil.) Disput. de methodo medendi in genere.

Argent. 1626. HILTON (walter) The Scale (or Ladder) of Perfection. 8°

Lond. 1659.

HILTON (william) Relation of a Discovery made on the Coast

of Florida. 4° Lond. 1664. HINCKELMANN (abr.) V. Alcoban. Bibliotheca. Starchius. HINCMARUS, Archiep. Remensis. Opera. Cura Jac. Sirmondi.

2 tom. fol. Lut. Par. 1645.

Epistolae. 4° Mogunt. 1602.

Opuscula et Epistolae. 8° Par. 1615.

HIND (james) An excellent Comedy, called the Prince of Priggs

Revels: or the practices of that grand thief Captn: J. Hind, by

J.S. 4° Lond. 1651.

His Last Will and TestamenL 4° Lond. 1651.

His trial at the Old Bailey. 4° 1651.

Petition to the Councell of State. 4° Lond. 1651.

The declaration of Captn. J. Hind, and his full Confession before the Councell of State, with a Narrative of all his

Travels. 4° Lond. 1651. The true and perfect relation of taking Captn. J. Hind.

Lond. 1651.

We have brought our Hogs to a fine Market, or Strange

news from Newgate; being an historical Narrative of Capt.

Hind. 4° Lond. 1651. A Pill to purge Melancholy; or merry news from

Newgate: wherein is set forth the Jests, &c. of Capt. Hind. 4°

Lond. 1652.

The English Gusman, or his History. 4° 1652.

HIND (JOHn) V. TAYLOR.

HIND (richd.) The Abuse of miraculous Powers in the Church of Corinth considered. A Sermon. 8° Oxf. 1755.

Sermon before the Sons of the Clergy. 4° Lond. 1764.

HINDE (john) Account of the last dying speech and execution of Abp. Laud. 4° Lond. 1644.

HINDE (ror.) Modern practice of the Court of Chancery. 8° Lond. 1785.

HINDE (will.) The exemplary Life of John Bruen, Esq. 8° Lond. 1641.

HINDENBURG (casp.) Disput. deElementis. 4° Witt. 1648. HINDLEY (j. H.) v. Hafiz.

HINDMARSH (eliz.) Account of her death. 12° Lond. 1777.

HINDMARSH (robt.) Letters to Dr. Priestley: containing
Proofs of the Divinity of Jesus Christ and of the divine Mis-
sion of Eman. Swedenborg. 8° Lond. 1792.
Vol. III. 3 A HINDOOS.

HINDOOS. Sketches relating to the History, Religion, &c. of

the Hindoos. 8° Lond. 1790. HINTON (benj.) Eighteen Sermons. 4° Lond. 1650. HINTON (jonn) v. Webr.

HINTS. Seasonable hints of an honest man, on the present crisis

of a new Reign and a new Parliament. 8° Lond. 1760. Hints, &c. submitted to the serious attention of the

Clergy, Nobility and Gentry newly associated. 8° Lond. 1790. HINTZIUS (joh") Exercit. de Univocatione et Analogia Entis.

Rost. 1671. HIOHLMAN (joh.) Dissert. de Testibus. 8° Ups. 1708. HIOLE (joannes) Carmen, quo docetur, lento Gradu, adVin

dictam sui, Divinam procedere Iram. 4° Amst. 1660. HIPPARCHUS Bithynus. In Arati et Eudoxi Phenomena

Lib. III. Ejusdem liber Asterismorum. Achillis Statii in Arati

Phenomena. Arati Vita et Fragmenta aliorum veterum in

ejus Poema. Gr. fol. Flor. 1567. HIPPIUS (fabianus) Problemata physica; et logica. 8° Franc.

1603.

Witeb. 1611.

Witeb. 1617.

HIPPIUS (joh. Chr.) Disput. de Tussi. 4° Lips.

Disput. de calculo Renum. 4° Lips. 1666.

HIPPOCRATES Cous. r. Altomari. Andre. Angelutius. Bail

LY. BALLONIUS. BARKER. BAROCCIUS. BAROLITANUS. BARRA. BATTIER1US. BELLAY. BENEDICTUS. BERTOLIUS. BEVEROVICIUS. BLONDUS. BOCCALINUS. BOERHAVE. BOMPART. BRASAVOLA. BUBBE. CACHET. CAGNATUS. CAMUTIUS. CANONHER1US. CARCANUS. CARDANUS. CASTEI.LUS. CHAMBRE. CHAMPERIUS. CHRISTIAN!. COLLE. COPE. CORNARIUS. CORTESTUS. CURIO. <xsa"c. DIETER1CHUS. DONATIUS. DRF.L1NCURT1US. ECHOVIUS. EROT1ANUS. ETTMULLEll. FALLOPIUS. FEAKE. FLAYIUS. FLORENTINES. FLOYER. FOESIUS. FOGEROLJEUS. FONSECA. FONTANUS. FRACANTIANUS. GENfeA. GESNER. GLOMCZ. GOMESIUS. GORTER. CUYOT. HEDENNECCIUS. HOPMANNUS. HORSTIUS. JULIUS. LAVELLIUS. LAURENTIUS. MAGISTER. MARTIANUS. MASSARD. MENA. MERCURIALIS. MILLl'S. MONTANUS. MORAL1S. MOUFET. MURILLO. MUTIUS. OR1BASIUS. PAPARELLA. PARENT. PARMA. PAZ. PETTENKOVER. PHILOTHEUS. PHRYGIUS. PINUS. PLESSEUS. POIRIER. FOLYBILS. FORTIUS. QUERCETANUS. RESTAURAND. RIOLAN. IIODER. ROVARIUS. ROSENBERG. ROST1NIUS. RUMBHELT. SAUUS. SANCTORIUS. SANTA-CRUZ. SALMAISE. SAVOT. SCHROTER. SEGARltA. SELANlfs. SETTALA. SINAPIUS. SINII1ALDUS. SORBA1T. SOTO. STEPHANUS. STUPANUS. SYLVIUS. TARDY. TARREGA. THADDA5US. TRILLERUS. VALLES1US. VELSIUS. VICTORIUS. ULMIS. ZECCHILS. ZUCCARUS.

Opera. Gr. fol. Bas. 1538.

2 tom. fol. Vienn. 1743—49.

Gr. Loi. a Theod. Zuingero. fol. Bas. 1579.

■ ab Hieron. Mercuriali. fol. Ven. 1588.

HIPPOCRATES HIPPOCRATES Cous. Opera. Gr. Lot. cum interp. et illustrat.

Anuti Foesii. fol. Franco/. 1595. [cum Galeni Operibus] a Renato Char

terio. fol. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6—8—13. Ijut. Par. 1639. ■ [cum Galeni Operibus] a Renato Char

terio. 13 tom. fol. Lut. Par. 1679. ab Job. Anton. Vander Linden. 2 vol.

Lugd. B. 1665.

Lot. per M. Fabrium Calvum. 4° Rom. 1525.

fol. Bus. 1526.

per Janum Cornarium. fol. Bas. 1558.

ab Ant. Foesio. 8° Francof. 1596.

cum Comment. Job. Marinelli. fol. Ven.

1619.

——— cum notis Prosperi Martiani. fol. Rom.

1627.

Gull. par Claude Tardy. 2 tom. 4° Par.

1667.

2 tom. 12° 1697.

—— Opera omnia in quae Galeni extant Commentaria, hac

tenus Latio donata. 8° Lugd. 1535. Compendium instar Indicia in Hippocratis Opera per

P. M. Pinum. fol. Ven. 1597. ———— Hippocrates contractus; quo Opera omnia Hippocratis

in brevem Epitomen redacta habentur, a Tho. Burnet. 12°

Edin. 1685.

— Libelli aliquot ad artem medicam praeparatorii. Lot.

ab Jano Cornario. 4° Bas. 1543. Opera parva. Lot. interprete A. Brentio. 4° [Liu.

Goth. sine loco, autanno, aut Typographi nomine.] Chirurgia. Gr. Lat. cum Comment. Steph. Manialdi.

Par. 1619.

— Aphorismi, Prognostica, Libri de Regimine acutorum.

Lot. 12° [Litt. Goth.] Liber Secretorum. Liber Pronosticationum. Liber de

Natura humana. Capsula eburnea. Liber de Elementis et Aqua

et Regionibus. Liber de Pharmaciis. Liber de Insomniis. Lot.

fol. Ven. 1508.

. Praesagia et de Ratione Victus in Morbis acutis. Lat.

aGul. Copo. 4° 1511. . De foeminea Natura. Lib. 1. De Foeminarum Morbis.

Lib. 3. Lot. M. Fabio Calvo interprete. 16° Par. 1526. Aphorismi. Lot. Nic. Leoniceno interp. Praesagia Gul.

Copo interp. 16° Par. 1524. Aphorismi et Praedictiones cum Galeni Comment. Lot.

a Nic. Leoniceno. 12° Par. 1526. 8° 1527.

: Aphorismi et Sententiae. Lat. cum Comment. Job.

Agricolae Ammoniae. 4° 1537. De Natura humana; et de Victus Ratione salubri.

Cum Comment. Galeni. Lat. ab II. Cruserio. 12° Par. 1539.

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