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HOWEL (JAMES) A New Volume of Letters. 8° Lond. 1647.

- A fourth Volume of familiar Letters. 8° Lond. 1655.

The instruments of a King, or a short Discourse of the Sword, the Scepter, the Crown. 4° Lond. 1648.

-- Perfect description of the People and Country of Scotland. 4° Lond. 1649.

The Vision: or a Dialogue between the Soul and the Body. 12° Lond. 1651.

A Survey of the Signorie of Venice. fol. Lond. 1651.

The wonderful and deplorable History of the latter Times of the Jews, and of the City of Jerusalem. 8° Lond. 1652.

- The Nuptials of Peleus and Thetis, a Masque and Comedy. 4° Lond. 1654.

- Londinopolis, or a Perlustration of the Citys of London, and Westminster. fol. Lond. 1657.

- Historical Discourses of the late popular Insurrections in Great Britain and Ireland. 8° Lond. 1661. HOWEL (LAUR.) Desiderius, or the original Pilgrim: a divine

dialogue shewing the most compendious way to arrive at the Love of God, 12° Lond. 1717.

The Case of Schism in the Church of England truly stated. go HOWEL (THOMAS) Journal of a Passage from India by an unfre

quented Route through Armenia and Natolia. 8° Lond. 1790. HOWEL (will.) An Institution of general History, from the Be

ginning of the World, to the Monarchy of Constantine. fol.

Lond. 1662. -- From the beginning of the World to the taking of Rome

by Odoacer, King of the Heruli. 2 vol. fol. Lond. 1680. HOWELL (JAS.) v. COTTON. GIRAFFI. PELEUS. PRYNNE. HOWELL (JAMES) 0. COTGRAVE. HOWELL (JOHN) A Discourse of Persecution or suffering for

Christ's Sake, clearing the Notion of it. 4° Lond. 1685. HOWELL (LAUR.) v. RALEIGH. HOWELL (MAJOR) 0. POPE. HOWELL (wM.) The Doctrine of the Trinity proved from Scrip

ture. A Sermon before the University of Oxford. 8° Oxf.

1711. HOWELL (wM.) Funeral Oration on Revd. J. Clark. 8° Lond.

1770. HOWELL. A Sermon preached at St. Paul's, Covent-Garden,

June 11, 1780. 4° Lond. 1780. HOWES (EDWD.) Short Arithmetick. 12° Lond. 1653. HOWES (JOHN) Real Comforts extracted from moral and spiri

tual Principles. A Funeral Sermon on T. Ball. 4° Lond.

1659. HOWES (Thos.) Critical observations on Books ancient and modern. 4 vols. 8° Lond. 1776.


HOWET (HENOCH) Sins suffered for but not remitted before they

be committed. Or a Confession of Faith different from those that hold it not lawful to pray for Pardon of Sinne. 4° Lond. 1645.

- Quaking principles dashed in pieces by the standing and unshaken truth. 4° Lond. 1655. HOWGILL (FRANCIS) An answer to the Petition of Thos. Ellyson. 4° Lond. 1654.

The fiery darts of the Devil quenched. 4° 1654.

The common salvation contended for, and the Faith which was once delivered to the Saints. 4° Lond. 1654.

- The Popish Inquisition newly erected in New-England. 4° Lond. 1655. - The Visitation of the rebellious Nations of Ireland; by Fr. Howgill and Edw. Burroughs. 4° Lond. 1656.

The Inheritance of Jacob discovered after his return out of Egypt. 4° Lond. 1656.

— A lamentation for the scattered Tribes. 4° Lond. 1656.

- Information and advice to the Armie. 4° Lond. 1659.

One warning more unto England. 4° Lond. 1660.

-Dawnings of the Gospel-day, and its light and Glory discovered, in sundry Tracts. fol. Lond. 1676. HOWGRAVE (FRANCIS) Reasons against the Innoculation of the Small Pox. 89 Lond. 1724.

— An Essay of the ancient and present State of Stamford. 4o Stamf. 1726. HOWHUM. Relation of the taking of Howhum Garrison in

Lincolnshire, &c. 4° Lond. 1645. HOWISON (JAMES) A Dictionary of the Malay Tongue as

spoken in the peninsula of Malacca. With a Grammar. 4!

Lond. 1801. HOWLAND (eliz.) Funeral Sermon on by the Bp. of Bangor.

Lond. 1719. HOWLAND (Madam) 0. HARRIS. HOWLDIN (s.) The Law's subversion : or Sir J. Maynards

Case truly stated. 4° 1648. HOWLEGLAS. His Lyfe. 4° Lond. W. Copland. HOWLETT (JOHN) Examination of Dr. Price's Essay on the population of England and Wales. 8° Maidst. 1781.

An Essay on the Population of Ireland. 8" Lond. 1786. HOWSE (ISAAC) Of the fundamental Constitution of the Mayor's,

and Sheriff's Courts. fol. Lond. 1729. HOWSEYOR (Tho.) A word from the North sounded into the

South. 4° Lond. 1657. HOWSON (JOH.) Oxoniæ Episcopus. Uxore dimissa propter Fornicationem, aliam non licet superinducere. 4° Oron. 1606.


HOWSON (JOH.) Oxoniæ Episcopus. Certaine Sermons, wherein

is proved that St. Peter had no monarchicall power over the

rest of the Apostles. 4° Lond. 1622. HOYARSABAL (MARTIN DE) Voyages avantureux. 8° Bourd.

1633. HOYELSINUS (PETR. A) Regis Christiani V. Leges Danicæ,

Latine redditæ. 4° Hafn. 1710. HOYER (Joh.) Dissert. de materia Lectionis in Synagoga et Ecclesia. 4° Hafn. - Dissert. de Legione Fulminatrice. 4° Hafn. 1705.

Παροραμαλα Versionis Vernaculae in Emphasi Ebrei Codicis nisin won. 4° Havn. 1707. HOYER (Joh. GEO.) Disput. de Saliva et ejus morbis. 4° Hal.

Mag. 1694. HOYLE (EDM.) Treatise on the Game of Piquet. 8° Lond. · 1744.

Treatise on the Game of Brag. 8° Lond. 1751.

Hoyle abridged. Part 2. Or rules for the Game of Quadrille. 24° Lond. 1793. HOYLE (Ludy Eliz.) v. BIRCHALL. HOYM (BOGISLAUS OTHO AB) Exercitatio de Imperatore Romano

Germanico. 4° Helm. 1641. HOYM (CAR, HENRICUS) Comes de Catalogus Librorum Biblio

thecæ suæ, a G. Martin. 8° Par. 1738. HOZIER (SR. D’) Chevaliers de l'Ordre du S. Esprit, créez par Loys XIII. 1619. fol. 1634.

Armorial General de la France. 10 tom. fol. Par. 1738–64. HUARTE (GERON. DE) 0. PLINIUS. HUARTE (JUAN) Examen de Ingenios para la Sciencias. 139 Pamp. 1578.

12° Leyd. 1591.
12° Antv. 1593.
- Angl. by R. Carew. 4° Lond. 1594.

= 4° Lond. 1616.
- by Edw. Bellamy. 8° Lond. 1698.

- Ital. da M. Camillo Camilli. go Ven. Ald. 1576.

da Sal. Gratii. 12° Ven. 1600.

- Lat. Æschacio Majore interprete. 120 1637. HUASS (Mich.) Inaugurationi Jacobi I. et Annæ Angliæ Regis · et Reginæ Pæanes. 4" Lutet. Par. 1603. HUBBARD (BENJ.) Sermo secularis. Or a Sermon to bring to

remembrance the Dealings of Jehovah with this Kingdom of England and our ingratitude and dis-loyalty to Him in this last Century of Years. 4° Lond. 1648.

- Orthodoxal Navigation, or the admirable and excellent Art of arithmetical great Circle sailing. 8° Lond. 1656. HUBBARD (JOHN) v. GUYSE.


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HUBBARD (J. c.) Triumphs of Poesy: a Poem. 4° Lond.

1803. HUBBARD (wM.) The happiness of a people in the wisdom of

their Rulers directing, and in the obedience of their brethren attending unto, what Israel ought to do. 4° Bost. 1676.

A Narrative of the Troubles with the Indians in New England. 4° Boston, 1677.

The present State of New England. 4° Lond. 1677. HUBBERTHORNE (RICH.) A true Testimony of obedience to the heavenly Call. 4° 1653.

- The Antipathy betwixt Flesh and Spirit. 4° Lond. 1654.

The immediate call to the Ministry of the Gospel witnessed by the Spirit. 4° Lond. 1654.

A true Testimony of the Zeal of Oxford Professors and University-Men, who for zeale do persecute the servants of the Living God, following the Example of their Brethren of Cambridge. Also the lewdness of those two great mothers discovered, who have brought forth so many children, and never had a Husband. 4° Lond. 1654.

The Horn of the He-goat broken. 4° Lond. 1656.

The cause of Stumbling removed. 4° Lond. 1657.

- Word of Wisdom and Counsel to the Officers and Souldiers of the Army of England. fol. Lond. 1659.

- The Difference of the calls of God to the Ministry. 4° Lond. 1659.

- A Collection of his several Books and Writings. 49 Lond. 1663. HUBER (JOH. JAC.) Prolusio Acad. de Partu difficili ex prolapso Brachio. 4o Gott. 1740.

- Observationes nonnullæ circa Morbos nuperorum heic aliquot annorum epidemicos per reciprocum Aeris humani et atmosphærici commercium illustratos., 4o Cassel. 1755.

- De Vaginæ Uteri Structura rugosa, nec non de Hymene Commentatio. 4o Gotting. HUBER (M.) 0. WINCKELMANN.

Notices générales des Graveurs divisés par Nations et des Peintres rangés par E'coles, précédés de l'Histoire de la Gravure et de la Peinture depuis l'origine de ces Arts jusqu'a

nos jours. 8° Dresde. 1787. HUBER (sAM.) Anti-Bellarminus. fol. Gosl. 1607. HUBER (ZACH.) Oratio de summi Pontificis officio, ex sententia

Ciceronis pro Lege Manilia. 4° Fran. 1707. HUBERINE (GASPAR) A rich Storehouse or Treasury for the

Sicke, translated from the Dutch by Tho. Godfrie, Esq. 129

Lond. 1578. HUBERT (ABN.) Disput. de Emtione et Venditione. 4o Lug. Bat. 1715.

HUBERT HUBERT (Sir FRANCIS) The History of Edward II. in Verse. 80 Lond. 1629.

- Egypt's Favorite, a Poem. 8° Lond. 1631. HUBERT (HADR.) Theatrum Crudelitatum Hæreticorum nostri Temporis. 4o Anto. 1604.

Gall. Anv. 1607. HUBERT (ROBERT) Catalogue of natural Rarities. 12° Lond.

1664. HUBERT (s.) 0. ROBERTI. HUBERTUS (CUNR.) Historia de Vita, Obitu, Sepultura M. Bu

ceri et P. Fagii, et Exhumationis Cath. Vermiliæ, cum Ora

tionibus, &c. 12o Argent. 1562. HUBERUS (MART.) Positiones Metaphysicæ. 49 Giess. Hass.

1619. HUBERUS (RUD.) Dissert. de Glandulis. 4o Bas. 1713. HUBIN (SIEUR) Machines nouvellement executées. 4° Par. 1673. HUBNER (ESAIAS PHIL.) Dissert. de Plethora insufficiente mor

borum causa. 4° Hal. Mag. 1713. HUBNER (JOH. hen.) Disput. de Febre Virginum amatoria. 4*

Franc. ad Oder. 1688. HUBNER (JOHAN.) Genealogische Tabellen. 4 tom. 4° 1733

-37. HUBNER (Mart.) Oratio de immortalibus M. Lutheri in Impe

ria meritis. 4° Haun. 1761. HUBNERUS (JOHANNES) 0. PONTANUS. HUBNERUS (JOH. CHR.) Consultatio de Mania. 4o Jen. 1666.

- Disput. de Singultu. 4o Jen. 1667.

- Observationes de curatione calculi. 4° Hal. Mag. 1721. HUBNERUS (ULRIC.) 0. PERIZONIUS. HUBRECHT (Jo.) Disput. de calculo Renum. 4° Lug. B. 1678. HUBRIGK (JOH. FRID.) Thema de Monocerote seu Unicornu. 40

Witt. 1660.
HUCHERUS (Jo.) De Febribus. 8° Lugd. 1601.

De Prognosi medica Libri II. 8° Lugd. 1602.

- De Sterilitate utriusque Sexus; Libri IV. cui annexus est Liber de Diæta et Therapeia Puerorum. 8° Aur. Allob.

1610. HUDDESFORD (GEO.) Bubble and Squeak a Galli-Maufry of

British Beef with the chopped Cabbage of Gallic Philosophy and radical Reform. 8° Lond. 1799.

- Crambe repetita. A second Course of Bubble and Squeak. 8° Lond. 1799.

The Scum uppermost when the Middlesex pot boils over. 8° Lond. 1802. HUDDESFORD (G.) A Defence of the Rector and Fellows of

Exeter College, against Dr. Huddesford's Accusations. 80 Lond. 1754.

Reply to a Pamphlet entitled a Defence of the Rector, 8c. of Exeter College. 4• *Oxf. 1755.


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