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HISPANHA. Papers relative to the late negotiation with Spain
- o the taking of Falkland's Island from the English. 4° Lond. 777.
1787 Censo Español executado de orden del Rey. 4°
Nouveau Voyage en Espagne, ou Tableau de l’Etat. actuel de cette Monarchie. 3 tom. 8" Par. 1789. The History of Spain from the Establishment of the Colony of Gades by the Phoenicians to the Death of Ferdinand the Sage. 3 vol. 8° Lond. 1793. l The Spanish Royal Navy List for 1796. 8° Lond. 797. HISPANUS, v. Petrus. TARTARetus. HISTORIA. La Mer des Histoires. 2 tom, fol. Par. 2 tom. fol. Lyon. Recueil de diverses Histoires touchant les Situations de toutes Regions & Pays contenuz estrois Parties du Monde, trad. de Lat. 12° Par. 1545. Artis historicae Penus, 18 Scriptorum. 8° Bas. 1579. Histoire des Histoires, avec l'Idée de l’Histoire accomplie. Plus le Dessein de l’Histoire nouvelle des François. 12" Par. 1599. o Historiae Universalis Sceleton in usum Gymnasii Comitatus Lesznensis a J. J. S. P. 12" Lugd. Bat. 1633. Observations on History, by W. H. 12" Lond. 1641. The most remarkable Passages from most Parts of
to endome. for about three Months past. 4° Lond. 642.
A Help to English History. 12° Lond. 1652. Paradisus historico-politicus, sive, Geschicht Beschreibung von Anfang der Welt, durch P. R. 8" Col. 1657. — La Science de l’Histoire. 12” Par. 1665. The Historians Guide. 12° Lond. 1676. Sentimens sur les Lettres, et sur l’Histoire, avec des scrupules sur le Stile. 12” Par. 1683. — The Historian's Guide: or Britains Remembrancer from 1600 to 1688. 12° Lond. 1688. - from 1600 to 1701. 120 Lond. 1701. The modest Critick, or Remarks on the most eminent Historians. 12" Lond. 1691. — A most choice Historical Compendium, by A. M. 12' Lond. 1692. Pieces fugitives d'Histoire et de Literature pour servir a l’Histoire A. des Gens de Lettres. 12” Par. 1704. Historica disquisitio de re vestiaria hominis sacri. 120 Amst. 1704. Recueil choisi des plus beaux Traits d’Histoire. 8" Liege, 1707. *— A Help to History, 3 vol. 8° Lond. 1711–1715.
HISTORIA. Histoire Chronologique des Papes, des Empereurs,
—— Essay on the Manner of writing History. 8" Lond. 1753.
A Letter concerning the Use and Method of studying History. 8" Lond. 1753. An universal History. 20 vol. 8" Lond. 1747, 48. The modern Part of an universal History. 44 vol. 8" Lond. 1759–65. Essay sur l’Histoire generale et sur les Moeurs et l’Esprit des Nations, depuis Charlemagne jusqu' a nos jours, 8 tom. 8° 1761–63. — The young Lady’s Introduction to Natural History. 12° Lond, 1766. An Abridgement of Sacred History. 12" Lond.
1770. Sacred History in familiar Dialogues. 4 vol. 12" Lond. 1796. — The Study of History rendered easy. 8" Lond. 1798. HISTORIA AUGUSTA. Historiae Augustae Scriptores VI. Helianus Spartianus, Julius Capitolinus, AElius Lampridius, Vulcatius Gallicanus, Trebellius Pollio, Flavius Vopiscus, a Claudio Salmasio recens. et cum notis I. Casauboni. fol. Par. 1620.
1661 — Accurante Cornelio Schrevelio. 8" Lug. Bat. HISTORIA POETICA. Historiae poetica. Scriptores sc. Apollodorus Atheniensis, Conon Grammaticus, Ptolomaeus Hephæst. # Parthenius Nicaensis, Antoninus Liberalis. Gr. Lat. 8" Par. 675. HISTRIO-MASTIX, or the Player whipt. 4° Lond. 1610. HITCHCOCK (Rob.) An Historical View of the Irish Stage. Vol. I. 12' Dub. 1788. HITCHCOCK (Robert) A Pollitique Platt for the honour of the Prince, the great profite of the publique state, relief of the poore, preservation of the riche, reformation of roges and idle persones, and the wealthe of thousandes that knowes not howe to live. Written for a Newyeres gift to Englande. 4° Lond. 1580. HITCHENER (wn. HENRy) Love in a Desert. A musical entertainment. 8" Lond. 1802. Tssos." Ivor, or the Sighs of Ulla. A Tragedy. 8° Lond. 808. HITCHIN (charles) A true discovery of the Conduct of Receivers and Thieftakers in and about London. 4° Lond. 1718. HITCHIN (Edw.) v. BREwen.
A Sermon on the death of Mrs. Tate and her children. 8° Lond. 1758. HITTORP
HITTORP (c. G.) v. onosto. HITTORPIUS (Melch.) De divinis Catholicae Ecclesiae Officiis, et Mysteriis. fol. Par. 1610. HIVE. The Hive. A collection of Songs. 3 vols. 12" Lond.1726. HIZLERUS (Geong.) Oratio in Obitum Leon. Fuchsii. 4" Tubing. 1566. HOADLEY (John) The Nature and excellency of Moderation. An Assize Sermon. 8° Lond. 1707. — Sermon before the Commons, on Jany. 30.4"Lond. 1718. HOADLY (BEN.J.) Bishop of Winchester. v. Blackhall. HARE. SAChe WeRell, SACRAMENT, SHERLOCK. SNAPE. STEBB ING, SY KES. WARREN. Whitby. The Reasonableness of Conformity to the Church of England, 8° Lond. 1703. Persuasive to Lay Conformity. 8" Lond. 1704. A serious Admonition to Mr. Calamy, occasioned by the first Part of his Defence of Moderate Nonconformity. 8" Lond. 1703. —— 8° Lond. 1705. *— Defence of the Reasonableness of Conformity. 8° Lond, 1705. — A Defense of Episcopal Ordination. 8° Lond. 1707. Assize Sermon. March 22. 1708. 8" Lond. - July. 1708. 8° Lond. — Some Considerations humbly offered to the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Exeter. 8" Lond. 1709. An humble Reply to the Lord Bishop of Exeter's Answer. 8" Lond. 1709. A modest reply to the unanswerable answer to Mr. Hoadly, with some considerations on Dr. Sacheverells Sermon before the Lord Mayor. 8° Lond. 1709. Speech on the first article of the Impeachment of Dr. Sacheverell. 80 Lond. 1710. The Original, and Institution of Civil Government, discussed. With an Answer to Dr. Atterbury's Charge of Rebellion. 89 Lond. 1710. Twenty-two Sermons. 8° Lond. 1754. Twenty Sermons. 8" Lond. 1755. * The divine Rights of the British Nation and Constitution vindicated. In Remarks on the several Papers published against Mr. Hoadly's Considerations upon the Bishop of Exeter's Sermons, by N. S. 89 Lond, 1710. The Jacobite's Hopes revived by our late Tumults and Addresses: or, some necessary Remarks upon Mr. Lesly's modest Pamphlet, entituled, the Good Old Cause. 8" Lond. 1710. Chuse which you please: or, Dr. Sacheverell, and Mr. Hoadley, drawn to the Life. 8" Lomd. 1710. The Salisbury Quarrel ended, or the last Letter of the Citizen of New Sarum to Mr. Hoadly, in which the true Notions of passive Obedience and hereditary Right are more fully explained. 8° Lond, 1710, Vol. III. 3 C HOADLY HOADLY (BEN.J.) Faith and Obedience or a Letter to Mr. Hoadly occasioned by his doctrine of Resistance and Dispute with the Bishop of Exeter. 12° Norwich, 1711. — Eleven Opinions about Mr. Hoadly, with Observations. 80 Lond. 1711. A modest Attempt to prove Dr. Hoadly not the Author of the Bouchain Dialogue. 8° Lond. 1712. Jura Regiae Majestatis in Anglia; or the Rights of English Monarchy: with Reflections on Mr. Hoadley's Defence of his Sermon. 8" Lond. 1711. — Discourses concerning the Terms of Acceptance with God. 89 Lond. 1711. Queries recommended to the Author of the late Discourse of Free-thinking. 8° Lond. 1713. The Restoration made a Blessing to us by the Protestant succession. A Sermon preached before the King May 29. 8° Lond. 1716. ~ A Preservative against the Principles and Practices of the Non-Jurors, both in Church and State. 8" Lond. 1716. — A Layman's Letter to the Bishop of Bangor, or an . #on of his Preservative against Non-Jurors. 4° Lond. 716.
The Suspension of the Triennial Bill, the properest Means to unite the Nation. 8" Lond. 1716. Remarks on the Lord Bishop of Bangors Treatment of the Clergy and Convocation. 8° Lond. 1717. he Nature of the Kingdom, or Church of Christ. A Sermon before the King. 8" Lond. 1717. — 8" Lond. 1717, [7th edit.] The Nature and Duties of a Public Spirit. A Sermon before the Society of Antient Britons. 8" Lond. 1717. An Answer to Dr. Snape's Letter to the Bishop of Bangor. 8" Lond. 1717. - The Report vindicated from Misreports: being a Defence of the Bishops and Lower House of Convocation, concerning their late Consultations about the Bishop of Bangor's Writings. 8° Lond. 1717. The Report reported, or, the Weakness and Injustice of the Proceedings of the Convocation, in their Censure of the #; Bishop of Bangor, examined and exposed. 8" Lond. 717.
Answer to a Calumny, cast upon the Bishop of Bangor, by Dr. Sherlock. So Lond. 1718. A Protestation made on the 14th Febr. 17.3% in behalf of the Kings Supremacy and the Protestant doctrines asserted and maintained in the Lord Bishop of Bangors Sermon. 8° Lond. 1718. — A Letter to the Rev. the Prolocutor. 8° Lond. 1718. A Letter to Dr. Tenison, concerning some Citations made from The ABP. of Canterbury's Preliminary Discourse to the Apostolical Fathers, 8" Lond, 1718. - HOADLY HOADLY (BEN.J.) An Answer to the Representation drawn up by the Committee of the Lower House of Convocation, concerning several dangerous Positions and Doctrines in the Bishop of Bangor's Preservative and Sermon. 8° Lond. 1718. — The Measures of Submission to the Civil Magistrate considered. A Sermon. 8° Lond. 1718. — Answer to Dr. Sherlock’s Book, intitled, the Condition and Erample of our blessed Saviour vindicated, &c. 8" Lond. 1718. — An Account of all the considerable Pamphlets, that have been published on either Side, in the present Controversy, between the Bishop of Bangor and others, to the End of the Year l718, 89
—— with the Continuation to the End of 1719. 8" Lond. 1719, 20. Sermon before the Lords, Jan. 30. 8° Lond. 1718. The Common Right of Subjects defended; and the Nature of the Sacramental Test considered. In answer to the Dean of Chichester's Windication of the Corporation and Test Acts. 89 Lond. 1719. Funeral Sermon on Mr. E. Howland. 8° Lond. 1719. Answer to Dr. Hare’s Sermon, intituled, Church Authority vindicated. 8° Lond. 1720. The D . . n of W. . . . . . . r still the same, or his new o of the Bp. of Bangors Sermon considered. 8° Lond. 720. Charge to his Clergy. 4° Lond. 1726. A Plain Account of the Nature and End of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. To which are added Forms of Prayer. 8" Lond. 1735. — 8" Lond. 1735. [2d. edition.] The Winchester Converts: or, a full and true Discovery of the real Usefulness and Design of a late right seasonable and Religious Treatise, entitled, A plain Account of the Nature #: End of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. 8° Of. 735. l — An Answer to the Winchester Converts. 8° Oxf. 735. His plain Account of the Nature and End of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, not drawn from, or founded in, Scripture. Part. I. 8° Lond. 1737. - Part. 2. 8° Lond, 8° Camb. 1738. Letter to Clement Chevalier Esquire, concerning Fournier's Forgery on the Bishop. 8° Lond, 1757. Refutation of Bishop Sherlock's Arguments against a Repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts, 8" Birm. HOADLY (hess.) M. D. Three Lectures on the Organs of Resiration, read before the College of Physicians 1737, 4° Lond. 740.
Oratio Harveiana. 4° Lond. 1742.