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HUTCHINSON (FRANCIS) Bp. of Down and Connor. Defence of the antient Historians, relative to Ireland. 8° Dubl. 1734.

- Examination of his Sermon preached before the Sons of the Clergy. 8° Lond. 1728. HUTCHINSON (Governor) Letters of Governor Hutchinson and

Lieut. Governor Oliver, &c. printed at Boston, and remarks

thercon. 8° Lond. 1774. HUTCHINSON (JOHN) Moses's Principia. Part. I. Of the in

visible Parts of Matter, of Motion, of visible Forms, and of their Dissolution and Reformation. 8° Lond. 1724.

Part. II. 8° Lond. 1727. - T. P. Lemmata Principiorum Mosaicorum Hutchinsoni. 4° Lond. 1734.

Essay towards a natural History of the Bible, especially on some parts which relate to the Occasion of revealing Moses's Principia. 8° Lond. 1725.

- Moses's Sine Principio. 8° Lond. 1729.

- A new Account of the Confusion of Tongues. The Names and Attributes of the Trinity of the Gentiles. 8° Lond. 1731.

A Treatise on Power essential and mechanical. Wherein the original and that part of Religion which now is natural, is stated. Zo Lond. 1732.

- Glory or Gravity essential and mechanical. Wherein the Objects and Articles of the Christian Faith are exhibited Hieroglyphically. 8° Lond. 1733.

- The Religion of Satan, or Antichrist, delineated. The Use of Reason recovered by the Data in Christianity. 8° Lond. 1736.

- A modest Apology for those of the superior Clergy. who have not yet subscribed to the Proposals for publishing the

Works of Mr. Hutchinson. 8° Lond. 1748.
HUTCHINSON (LUCY) Memoirs of the Life of Col. Hutchinson.

Lond. 1808.
HUTCHINSON (Mr.) v. BURNET.
HUTCHINSON (Rich.) Disput. de Calculo. 4° Ultr. 1668.
HUTCHINSON (SAM.) Bp. of Killalu. Sermon before the Dub-

lin Society. 4° Dub. 1761. HUTCHINSON (Tho.) The usual Interpretation of AAIMONES

and AAIMONIA in the New Testament asserted. A Sermon. go Oxf. 1738.

- Remarks upon a Pamphlet, intitled, a Review of the Controversy about the Meaning of Demoniacks in the New Testament. Lond. 1739.

- The use and scope of the ceremonial Law briefly represented. A Sermon. 8° Orf. 1740. HUTCHINSON (WILLIAM) A Treatise on practical Seamanship. 4° Lond. 1777.

- Treatise on the best form of Merchant Ships in general. 4° Liverp. 1791.

HUTCHINSON

HUTCHINSON (w.) A View of Northumberland, with an ex

cursion to the Abbey of Mailross in Scotland. 2 vol. 4° Newcast. 1778.

- A State of the Churches under the Archdeaconry of Northumberland and in Hexham peculiar Jurisdiction, with the succession of the Incumbents, extracted from the Mss. of T. Randall. 4° 1779.

The History and Antiquities of the County of Durham. 3 vol. 4° New. 1785.

History of the County of Cumberland, and some places adjacent. 2 vols. 4o Carl. 1794. HUTCHINSONIANS. A Word to the Hutchinsonians : or Re

marks on three extraordinary Sermons lately preached at Oxford by Dr. Patten, Mr. Wetherall and Mr. Horne. 8° Lond. 1756.

- True Censure no Aspersion : or a Vindication of a late seasonable admonition, called, A word to the Hutchinsonians.

go Lond. 1756. HUTCHISON (F.) Compassionate Address to the Papists.ge

Lond. 1716. HUTH (JOH. Chr.) Disput. de Potu Chocolatæ. 4o Argent. 1695.

Disput. de Cardialgia. 4o Arg. 1699.
HUTH (JOH. PHIL.) Disput. de affectione hypochondriaca. 40

Argent. 1661.
- Disput. de Semitertiana. 4o Argent. 1663. ·

- Disp. de Hernia Vera. 4° Lug. Bat. 1685. HUTH (PHIL. Geo.) Disp. de Ischuria. 4° Alt. 1703. HUTH (PHIL. LUD.) Disputatio de Ornamentis Codicum veterum..

Alt, 1716.
HUTHICHIUS (30.) O. HUTTICHIUS.
HUTSON (MARY) 0. BRYAN.
HUTTEN, 0. HEARNĘ.
HUTTEN (ULRIC DE) 0. BURCHARD.

- Orationes et Epistolæ, &c. 4° In arce Stekelberk. 1519.
OTTI£. 4° Lovan. 1518.

4' Bas. 1518.

- 49 Bus. 1519. - Dialogi. 4° 1520.

Epistola, Vitæ suæ Rationem exponens. 4o Argent. ' 1518. - Aula, Dialogus. 4° Aug. Vind. 1519.

- 4• Par. 1519.
Arminius, Dialogus. 129 Hag. '1529.
De Morbo Gallico. 4o Mogunt. 1524.

- 120 Mogunt. 1531.
-8° Venet. 1535.

Angl. by Thomas Poynel. 12° Lond. 1533.
- 120 Lond. 1539.
- 4° Lond. 1540.
Auffwecker der Teutschen Nation. 4° 1632.

HUTTER

HUTTER (ELIAS) 0. BIBLIA. MANCUS. MATTHÆUS.

Cubus alphabeticus sanctus Sanctæ Ebrææ Linguæ, recognitus, et in Latinum Sermonem conversus, Studio et Opera

Davidis Wolderi. fol. Hamb. 1588. HUTTER (JAC.) Senectus ipsa Morbus. 4° Hal. 1732 HUTTER (LEONH.) Oratio parentalis de vita G. Mylii. 40 Wit. 1607.

- Ilias Malorum Regni Pontificis Romani: hoc est historica dissertatio de injustissimo Pontificis Romani in Ecclesia Dei dominatu : deque Statu Ecclesiæ sub regno Pontificio. 4°

Witemb. 1609. HUTTICHIUS (Joh.) Collectanea Antiquitatum Moguntinarum. fol. Mogunt. 1525.

- Imperatorum et Cæsarum Vitæ, cum Imaginibus ex antiquis Numismatibus. 4o Argent. 1534.

go Lugd. 1550.

auct. et castig. ab J. Sambuco. 12o Argent. 1551. HUTTLINGERUS (PÊTR.) Infans monstrosus Wittebergæ. 40

Witt. 1674.
HUTTON (CHARLES) . PLAYFAIR. SOCIETY.

- Tables of the Products and Powers of Numbers. fol. Lond. 1781.

— Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary. 2 vols. 4° Lond. 1796. HUTTON (Sir G.) 0. HAMPDEN. HUTTON (JAMES) Considerations on the nature, &c. of Coal and

Culm. 8° Edin, 1777. - Investigation of the Principles of Knowledge, and the Progress of Reason, from Sense to Science and Philosophy. 3 vols. 4° Edin. 1794.

- On the Philosophy of Light, Heat and Fire. 8° Edin. 1794.

- Theory of the Earth. 2 vols. 8° Edin. 1795. HUTTON (LUKE) The blacke Dogge of Newgate. 4° Lond. HUTTON (MATTH.) Bp. of Bangor. A Charity Sermon. 4° Lond. 1744.

- Sermon before the Society for the propagation of the Gospel. 4° Lond. 1745. - Sermon before the Dublin Society. 4° Lond. 1745.

Sermon before the Lords on His Majesty's Accession. 4. Lond. 1746. HUTTON (wM.) History of Birmingham. 89 Birm. 1781.

- History of Derby. 8° Lond. 1791. HUWE (VINC. Alb.) Disput. de Pleuritide vera et spuria. 4o Lug.

Bat. 1720. HUWE (wil.) Disput. de Apoplexia. 4o Lug. B. 1721. HUXHAM (Jo.) Observationes de Aere, et Morbis Epidemicis,

his accedit Opusculum de Morbo colico Damnoniensi. 8° Lond. 1739.

HUXHAM (Jo.) Observations upon Antimony. 8° Lond. 1756.

- On the malignant ulcerous sore Throat. 8° Lond. 1757: HUXHOLTZ (JOH. LUD.) Disput. de Fætu monstroso. 4° Marp. 1670.

- De Fontanellis. 4° M. Catt. 1673. HUXHOLTZ (wol.) Quæstiones medicæ. 4° M. Catt. 1670. HUYBERTS (ADRIAN) A Corner Stone layd towards the build

ing a new Colledge (that is to say, a new Body of Physicians)

in London. 4° Lond. 1675.
HUYGENS, O. HUGENIUS.
HUYSSEN (JOH. HIERON.) Disput. de Usucapionibus. 4° Lug.

Bat. 1715.
HYACINTHE (DE SAINT) Letters, giving an Account of Conver-

sations, upon important and entertaining Subjects. 2 vol. 80

Lond. 1731.
HYACINTHUS (s.) v. Severinus.
HYBERNOIS. Conclusion de la faculté de Theologie de Paris,

pour les Hybernois. 4° Par. 1651.
HỰCKES CORNER. 4° Lond. Wynk. de Worde.
HYDE, Dutchess of York. A paper written by the late Dutchess

of York. fol. Lond. 1670.
HYDE (Capt.) v. CAROLUS 1.
HYDE (EDWARD) Debate concerning the English Liturgy by
Edw. Hyde and John Ley. 4° Lond. 1656.

- Christ and his Church: or Christianity explained. 4°
Oxf. 1658.
HYDE (EDWARD) Earl of Clarendon. O. BURTON. CLERC. ESTRANGE.

Speech concerning Episcopacie. 4° Lond. 1641.

- Speech at the Impeachment of the Judges. 4° Lond. 1641.

- Argument before the Lords. 4° 1641.
- Articles of treason against him. fol. Lond. 1667.

- A Narrative of the Earl of Clarendon's Settlement and Sale of Ireland. By F. N. 4° Lovain. 1668.

Animadversions upon a Book, intituled, Fanaticism Fanatically imputed to the Catholic Church, by Dr. Stilling fleet. Lond. 1676.

Survey of Hobbes's Leviathan. 4° Oxf. 1676.

Proceedings in the House of Commons touching his Impeachment. 8" Lond. 1700.

- History of the Rebellion in England, began in 1641. 3 vol. fol. Oxf. 1702—4.

- 3 vol. 8° Oxf. 1705, 6.
- Vol. I. fol. Orf. 1732.

3 vol. 8° Orf. 1807.
- The History of the Rebellion compleated. Containing
Heads of Great Men, Tracts, &c. Lond. 1717.

History of the Rebellion in Ireland. 8° Lond. 1720.

- 8° Lond. 1721. - Clarendon and Whitlock compared, and Remarks on the Unfairness of the Characters, in the History of the Rebellion. 8° Lond. 1727.

HYDE

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HYDE (EDWARD) Earl of Clarendon. Collection of Tracts. fol.
Lond. 1727.
Life. 3 vol. 8° Oxf. 1759.

- fol. Oxf. 1759. - State papers containing the materials from which his History of the Rebellion was composed. 3 vol. fol. Oxf. 1767 1786.

Religion and Policy: with a survey of the Power of the Pope in the Dominions of others. 2 vol. go Oxf. 1811. HYDE (HENRY) Earl of Clarendon. The History and Antiqui

ties of the Cathedral Church at Winchester, continued by Samuel Gale. 8° Lond. 1715.

- State Letters and his Lordship’s Diary; with an Appendix. 2 vol. 40 Oxf. 1763. HYDE (LAUR.) Earl of Rochester. Essay towards his Life. 89

Lond. 1711.
HYDE (THOS.) 0. ABDOLLATIPHUS. EVANGELIUM. PERITSOL.

- Catalogus impressorum Librorum in Bibliotheca Bodleiana. fol. Oxon. 1674.

Epistola de Mensuris et Ponderibus Sinensium. 89 Oron. 1688. :

- De Historia Shahiludii tria scripta Hebraica. De Ludis. Orientalium. 12° 1689–94.

Historia Religionis veterum Persarum, eorumque Magorum, cum Zoroastris Vita. 4o Oxon. 1700.

- Syntagma Dissertationum, quas olim separatim edidit. Accesserunt nonnulla ejusdem Opuscula hactenus inedita. 2

vol. 4° Oron. 1767. HYDE (wM.) Letter to Sir John Danvers, Bt. gu Lond. 1791. HYDER ALLY, D. ROBSON. HYGIEIA, id est, bonæ Valetudinis conservandæ Thesaurus lo

cupletissimus. 12° Luxemb. 1628. HYGINUS Grammaticus. Hyginus et Polybius de Castris Ro

manis, cum Notis, &c. R. H. S. 4° Amst. 1660. HYGINUS (C. JULIUS) Poetica Astronomica. 4° Ven. 1517.

fol. Sal. 1539. - Fabularum liber. Ejusdem Poeticon Astronomicon lib. IV. Quibus accesserunt Palæphati de fabulosis narrationibus liber. F. Fulgentii Placiadis Mythologiarum lib. III. et de Vocum antiquarum Interpretatione liber. Arati MAINOMENNN fragmentum. Ejusdem Phænomena. Gr. Lat. Proclus de Sphæra. Gr. Lat. Cum Indice. fol. Bas. 1535.

a Jac. Mycillo. 8° Par. 1578. [cum Notis Mss. Is. Casauboni.]

80 Lugd. 1608. HYGOMÆUS (NISSER) Disquisitio de OHPIOMAXIA Paulina.

Hafn. 1695. HYGROMETER. Nouvelle Façon d'Hygrometres, par S. F.

12° 1672. HYLACOMILUS, V. PHILESIUS. Vol. III.

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