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HARRIS (WALTER) Dissertationes Medicæ et Chirurgicæ. 8° Lond. 1725.

The great and wonderful Works of God. 4° Lond. 1727. HARRIS (WALTER) Fiction unmasked: a Dialogue. 8° Dubl. . 1752.

Hibernica, or some antient Pieces relating to Ireland. fol. Dubl. 1757.

go Dubl. 1770. History and Antiquities of Dublin. 8° Lond. 1766. HARRIS (William) An historical and critical Account of the Life and Writings of K. James the First. 8° Lond. 1753.

An historical and critical account of K, Charles the First. 8° Lond. 1758.

An historical and critical account of the Life of Oliver Cromwell, &c. go Lond. 1672.

An historical and critical account of the Life of K. Charles II. 2 vols. 8Lond. 1766. HARRIS (w.) v. AMORY. GROSVENOR. LARDNER. Ware.

Sermon occasioned by the general Mourning for the death of Pr. George of Denmark. 8° Lond. 1708.

The Scripture Consolations in the Death of good Men. A Sermon on the death of B. Barker, 8° Lond. 1719.

Of Readiness for the coming of the Lord. A Sermon on the death of T. Pickard. 8° Lond. 1720.

The Divine Government a Reason of universal Joy. 8° Lond. 1721.

A Christian's Groans in the mortal body; and desires of the heavenly Happiness. A Sermon on the death of J. Billingsley. 8° Lond. 1722.

Memoirs of Revd. T. Manton. 8° Lond. 1725.

The happy end of an useful Life. A Funeral Sermon on J. Mercer. 8° Lond. 1725.

The Death of good Men in the midst of their Days considered and improved. A Funeral Sermon on Revd. S. Harvey. 8° Lond. 1729.

The Love of Christ's appearance the Character of a sincere Christian. A Funeral Sermon on Revd. J. Oldfield. So Lond. 1730.

Finishing the Christian Course considered and argued. A Funeral Sermon on the Revd. J. Evans. 8° Lond. 1730.

Diligence in the Christian Life necessary to be found in Peace. A Funeral Sermon on the Revd. D. Mayo. 8° Lond.

1733. HARRIS (w.) The Brewer, Victualler and Guagers Assistant. 12°

Lond. 1793. HARRIS (w.) A Catalogue of the Library of the Royal Institu

tiou. 8° Lond. 1809. HARRISON (Amos) The uncertainty of Life, with the special ad

vantages of being prepared for Death: or a death-bed Repent


ance weighed in the balance and found wanting. A Funeral

Sermon on Job Harrison. 8° Lond. 1724. HARRISON (DAVID) Melancholy Narrative of his voyage from

Fyal to New York. 8° Lond. 1766. HARRISON (EDMOND) The Case of E. Harrison, Wm. Dockwra,

John Thrale and Thos. Jones. fol. HARRISON (EDWARD) Idea Longitudinis: being Definitions of

Axioms for finding the Longitude. 8° Lond. 1696. HARRISON (EDWD.) Plain dealing: or a Countryman's doleful

complaint and faithful watchword to the Statesmen of the Times.

Lond. 1649. HARRISON (ELIZ.) 0. MOORE. HARRISON (ELIZ.) Miscellanies on Moral and Religious Sub

jects. 8° Lond. 1756. HARRISON (HENRY) v. Rowe.

His Trial for the Murther of A. Clenche. fol. Lond. 1692.

The last words of a dying Penitent. 4° Lond. 1692. HARRISON (5.) Death abolished for all Believers: or late Peni

tents warned or great Sinners encouraged. A Sermon on the

death of S. F. 8° Lond. 1743. HARRISON (JAc.) De Morbi natura. 4" Lug. Bat. 1694. HARRISON (JOHN) 0. DAVIDSON. HARRISON (John) The Messiah already come, or Proofs of Christianity written in Barbary. 4° Amst. 1619.

Account of the Departure of Frederick, King of Bohemia, from Heidelberg to Prague, to take the Crown of that Kingdom. 4o Dort, 1619.

The tragical Life and Death of Muley Abdala Melek, late King of Barbarie. With a Proposition to all Christian Princes. 4° Delph. 1633.

A Vindication of the Scriptures. Or the Manifestation of Jesus Christ the true Messiah already come. 12° Lond. 1656.

The censures of the Church revived. 4° Lond. 1657. HARRISON (John) v. MASKELYNE.

Narrative of the Proceedings for finding the Longitude by Mr. Harrison's Time Keeper. Gö Lond. 1765.

Minutes of the Proceedings of the Commissioners concerning Mr. Harrison's Time-Piece. 4° 1765.

Remarks on a pamphlet published by Revd. Dr. Maskeiyne, 8° Lond. 1767.

The Principles of Mr. Harrison's Time-Keeper, with Plates of the same. 4° Lond. 1767. HARRISON (JOSEPH) A Glimpse of divine light breaking thro'

a cloud of errors. 4° Lond. 1655. HARRISON (MARY) v. NICHOLets. HARRISON (Mr.) The infant Vision of Shakespeare. 4° Lond.



HARRISON (N. B.) The Travellers a Comedy. 8° Lond. 1788.
HARRISON (Capt. Tho.) 0. LISBON.

Articles of High Treason against Maj. General Harrison, Sir A. Hasilrig, Sir H. Vane and Mr. T. Scott. 4° Lond. 1660. Observations


his last actions and words. 4° Lond. 1660.

The Speeches and Prayers of Major Gen. Harrison, Mr. John Carew, Mr. Justice Cooke, Mr. Hugh Peters, Mr. Tho. Scott, Mr. Greg. Clement, Col. Adrian Scroop, Col. John

Jones, Col. Dan. Axtell, and Col. Francis Hacker. 4° 1660. HARRISON (Tho.) v. PIGGOTT.

Funeral Sermon on Capt. Briggs. 4° Lond. 1695.
Funeral Sermon on M. Abbot. 12° Lond. 1700.

Funeral Sermon on E. Ewer, 8° Lond. 1702. HARRISON (Tho.) Funeral Sermon on J. Lawes. 8° Lond. 1717.

Funeral Sermon on Mrs. H. Hurst. 8° Lond. 1720.

Sermon in vindication of his conforming to the Church of England. 8° Lond. 1729.

Funeral Sermon on Lady A. Page. 8° Lond. 1729.

Remarks on a paper published by Mr. Tho. Harrison, modestly stiled An Answer to a false and scandalous Paper, &c, 8° Lond. 1729.

The mutual duties of Clergy and Laity. A Sermon. 8° Lond. 1730. HARRISON (Tho.) The Grace of God in Christ to all Men scrip

turally vindicated : in an Examination of Mr. Blights discourse

on Deuty. XXXII. 9. 8° Lond. 1765. HARRISON (w.) 0. PERRY. HARRISON (WILLIAM) Woodstock Park, a Poem. fol. Lond.

1706. HARRISON (wM.) Funeral Sermon on Mrs. Brettergh. 129

Lond. 1605. HARRISON (wM.) Petition to Sir T. Fairfax. 4° 1647. HARROD (wM.) Antiquities of Stamford and St. Martins, includ

ing Burghley. 2 vol. 12° Stamf. 1785. HARROGATE. A season at Harrogate, in a series of Poetical

Essays. 8° Knaresborough, 1812. HARROP (EDWD. Atkins) Miscellaneous Poems. 12° Lond.

1796. HARSANY (JAC. NAGY DE) Colloquia familiaria, Turcico-Latina.

Seu Status Turcicus loquens. go Col. Brand. 1672. HARSCHER (MATTH.) De Tremore. 4° Bas. 1619. HARSCHLEBEN (JOH. ALB.) De Partu difficili. 4o Jen. 1666.

De Pestilentia. 4o Jen. 1669.


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HARSDORFFER (GEO. Phil.) Specimen Philologiæ Germanice.

120 Norimb. 1646. HARSDORFFERN (G. P.) Delitiæ Mathematicæ et Physicæ. Germ. tom. 2, 3. 40 Nurenb. 1651-3.

Ars Apophthegmatica. Germ. 89 Nurenb. 1655.

Trincir-Buch. 4° Nurenb. 1665. HARSNET (SAMUEL) A Discovery of the fraudulent Practises of

John Darell, in the pretended Possession and Dispossession of

William Sominers and others. 4° Lond. 1599. HARSNETT (sAM.) Abp. of York. 0. stuart. HARST (M. DE) Panegyrick of Christina the Queen of Sweden,

translated by W. L. 12° Lond. 1656. HART (ANDR.) v. BARBOUR. HART (EDWARD) The Bullwark stormed, in Answer to Thomas

de Laune's Plea for the Non-conformists, with a Letter to the

Author by Dr. Brett. 8° Lond. 1717. HART (GUL.) Ecloga Caledon. 4° Par. 1605.

The Examinations, Arraignement and Convictions of George Sprot. 4° Lond. 1608. HART (JAMES) V. FORKEST.

The Anatomy of Urines. 4° Lond. 1625.

KAINIKH, or, the Diet of the Diseased. fol. Lond. 1633. HART (JOHN) 0. RAYNOLDES. HART (JOHN) Trial of John Hart for Adultery and Cruelty. 8o

Lond. HART (John) Orthographie. 12° Lond. 1569. HART (John) The everlasting joys of Heaven. Or the blessed

Life of a Christian. 12° Lond. 1656. HART (JOHN) 0. NEWLIN. HART (JOSEPH) v. HUGHES. KINSMAN. HART (NIC.) v. HILL. HART (oliver) 0. FURMAN. ROGERS. HART (Sir Rich.) Address to Sir R. Hart and T. Earle Esq. as

Representatives in Parliament for Bristol. fol. HART (Thos.) The Prophet approved by the words of his Pro

phesie coming to passe. 4° Lond. 1659. HART (Sir wm.) The Knight Errant. 12° Lond. 1652. IIARTCLIFFE (JOHN) Treatise of moral and intellectual Virtues. 8° Lond. 1691.

Sermon before the Lord Mayor. 4° Lond. 1694.

Sermon before the Coinmons on Jan. 30. 4° Lond. 1695. HARTE (WALTER) Poems on several Occasions. Go Lond. 1727.

Lond. 1739. Essay on Satire, particularly on the Dunciad. 8° Lond. 1730.

The Union and Harmony of Reason, Morality and Re. vealed Religion. A Sermon before the University of Oxford. 8° 0.rf. 1737.


HARTE (WALTER) The Reasonableness of National Humiliation upon the Approach of War. A Fast Sermon. 8° Oif. 1740.

Part of Pindars first Pythian Ode paraphra.ed. 4° Lond. 1749.

History of the Life of Gustavus Adolphus, King of
Sweden, 2 vol. 4° Lond. 1759.
visa. 12° Erf. 1682.

Dissertatio Medica. 4° Erf. 1692.
Invitationes Medicæ. 4° Erf. 1697—1707.

Abgenothigte Antwort und Ehrenrettung entgegen gesetzet der unlangst in Druck gegebenen Fuchischen Schma

und Laster-Schrifft. 4° Erf. 1703. HARTFORD (wM.) Marquis of. d. SEYMOUR. HARTGYLL (Geo.) General Kalenders, or most easie Astrono

mical Tables. fol. Lond. 1594. HARTIGIUS (AMAND.) Liber Galeni de causis Morborum in

Theses contractus. 4o Argent. 1630. HARTIGIUS (CHR.) Exercitatio Medica XII. 4o Argent. 1623.

Exercitatio medica XV. 4o Argent. 1623. "HARTKNOCH (CHRIST.) Respublica Polonica illustrata, et, de

Originibus Pomeranicis, Dissertatio. 8° Franc. 1678. HARTLEY (DAVID) 0. WARREN.

Some reasons why Inoculation should be introduced into the Town of Bury. 8° Bury, 1733.

Ten Cases of Persons who have taken Mrs. Stephens's Medicines for the Stone. 8° Lond. 1738.

A View of the present Evidence for and against Mrs. Stephens's Medicines for the Stone. 8° Lond. 1739.

De Lithontriptico, a Joanna Stephens nuper invento, Dissertatio Epistolaris. 8° Lugd. Bat. 1741.

Observations on Man, his Frame, bis Duty, and his Expectations. With notes and additions by H. A. Pistorius.

3 vol. 8" Lond. 1791. HARTLEY (DAVID) Proposals for the security of Spectators in any public Theatre against Fire. 8° Lond.

Address to the Mayor, &c. of Kingston upon Hull. 8° Lond. 1784.

Argument on the French Revolution. 8° Bath, 1794.

Account of the Fire at Richmond House and of the efficacy of the Fire Plates on that occasion. fol. Lond. 1792. HARTLEY (JAMES) O. CRABTREE. FAWCETT,

The Head Stone brought forth. Two discourses on the death of J. Greenwood. 8° Lond. 1755. HARTLEY (w.) v. BYTHELL. GIBBS. HARTLEY (wM.) The Priests Patent cancelld. 4° Lond. 1649.

Good news to all People. Glad Tydings for all Men. God good to all, a Sermon. 4° Lond. 1650.

The Prerogative Priest's Passing Bell. Or Amen to the rigid Clergy. 4° Lond. 1651,


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