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HOWARD (geo. EDM.) v. FaulkNER. – Abstract of all the Statutes relative to the revenue of Ireland, &c. 2 vol. 49 Dubl. 1779, 1780. HOWARD (HENRy) Duke of Norfolk. His Grace the Duke of Norfolk's Charge against the Dutchess before the House of Lords; and the Dutchess's Answer. So Lond. 1092. HOWARD (Lord HENRY) v. Bubbery. HOWARD (HENRY) v. Middleros. HOWARD (HENRY) Earl of Northampton. A Defensative against the Poyson of supposed Prophesies. 4° Lond. 1583. ——— fol. Lond. 1620. HOWARD (HENRY) Earl of Surry. Poems, with those of Sir Thomas Wiat, &c. 80 Lond. 1717. HOWARD (HENRY) England's newest Way in all Sorts of Cookery, Pastry, and Pickles. 12" Lond. 17 10. HOWARD (HENRY) Lord Stafford. Differences between the Regal and Ecclesiastical Powers. 12° Lond. W. Copland. HOWARD (JAMEs) Earl of Carlisle. v. Reeve. Hond (JAMEs) The English Mounsieur, a Comedy. 4° Lond. 674. All mistaken, or, the mad Couple, a Comedy. 4° Lond. 1710. HOWARD (john) The true Interest of a Nation: or the Duty of Magistrates, Ministers and People. An Assize Sermon. 4° Lond. 1693. Judas redivivus: or the mischief of hard usage from those of one's own Principles. 8" Lond. 1715. HOWARD (John) v. AikiN. PALMER. stENNETT. An account of the principal Lazarettos in Europe. 4° Warrington, 1789. —— 4° Lond. 1791. — Anecdotes of his Life and Character. 8° Lond. 1790. I State of the Prisons in England and Wales. 4° Lond. 792. HOWARD (1.) The Sin and ill Consequence of speaking Evil of Dignities. A Sermon on Jany. 30. 4° Lond. 1751. The good Government of a Country its great Object. A Sermon on the Anniversary of the Restoration. 4° Lond. 1753. Collection of Letters from the Original Manuscripts of great Personages, together with curious and scarce Tracts of Antiquity, Religious, Political, and Moral. 4° Lond. 1753. HOWARD (MARy) Life and virtues of Mary of the Holy Cross, * of the English poor Clares at Rouen, by A. B. 8" Lond. 707. HOWARD (Sir R.) v. osborne. - Poems. 80 Lond. 1660. 8° Lond. 1696. —Four new Playes, fol. Lond. 1665. Vol. III. 3 L
HOWARD (Sir R.) The Great Favorite, or the Duke of Lerma, * a Tragedy. 4° Lond. 1668. The History of the Reigns of Edward and Richard II. 80 Lond. 1690. - A Letter to Mr. Samuel Johnson, occasioned by a scurrilous Pamphlet, intituled, Animadversions on Mr. Johnson's Answer to Jovian. 8° Lond. 1692. Five new Plays. fol. Lond. 1692. HOWARD (susAN) Countess of Suffolk. v. RAINBow. HOWARD (thos.) Duke of Norfolk. The causes of his being committed to the Tower. 12° 1571. His Tryal for Treason against the Queen in 1571, published by Jos. Brown. 8° Lond. 1709. A Discourse touching the pretended Match between the Duke of Norfolk and the Queen of Scottes. 12" HOWARD (Thomas) Earl of Arundel. v. crowNe. — Letter to Mr. Pym. 4° Lond. 1641. HOWARD (Thomas) Duke of Norfolk. Proceedings before the House of Lords between the Duke and Dutchess of Norfolk. 8° Lond. 1692. HOWARD (thoxias, Lord) Relation of his Voyage, on his Embassy to the Emperor of Morocco. 4° Lond. 1670. HOWARD (thos.) Earl of Berkshire. The censure of the Earl of Berkshire. Also the Examination of four Masters of Ships concerning Oneal's being landed in Ireland. Likewise a Relation of the Earle of Essex his marching against the Cavaliers. With the manner of Baron Walters being taken. 4° Lond. 1642. HOWARD (ww.) v. MILNER. HOWARD (wsi.) A Patterne of Christian Loyaltie. 4° Lond. ' 1634. HOWARD (w.) The good Stewards, or the Rewards of Benevolence. 4° Lond. 1730. HOWF (GEo.) Disput. de circulatione sanguinis in foetu humano. 4° Lug. Bat. 1679. HOWE (John) v. CALAMY. MARIA. The living Temple, or an improvement of that notion that a good man is the Temple of God. 8" Lond. 1675. The Reconcileableness of God's Prescience of the Sins of Men, with the Wisdom of his Counsels. With the Postscript. 8" Lond, 1677. Of Charity, in Reference to other Men's Sins. 8." Lond. 1681. Funeral Sermon on Mrs. Baxter. 4° Lond. 1681. The right Use of that Argument in Prayer from the Name of God. 12" Lond. 1682. 1682 Funeral Sermon on Revd. R. Fairclough. 8° Lond.
*— Funeral Sermon on Esther Sampson. 4° Lond. 1690. HOWE
HOWE (sons) Funeral Sermon on Queen Mary. 4° Lond. * 1695. Funeral Sermon on Judith Hamond. 4° Lond. 1696. Funeral Sermon on Revd. R. Adams. 12° Lond. 1698, Funeral Sermon on Revd. W. Bates. 12° Lond. 1699. Funeral Sermon on Revd. M. Mead. 8° Lond. 1699. A Discourse concerning the Redeemer's Dominion over the Invisible World and the Entrance thereby by Death. Some part whereof was preached on occasion of the Death of J. Houghton, Esqr. 89 Lond. 1699. Some consideration of a Preface to an Inquiry conions the occasional conformity of Dissenters, &c. 4° Lond. 701. — Funeral Sermon on Rev. P. Vink. 8° Lond. 1702. Self-dedication discoursed. 8° Lond. 1702. — A Sermon on his death. 4° Lond. 1705. HOWE (John) Two Actions between J. Howe and P. L. Divie, tried by a special Jury. 4° Lond. 1781. HOWE (obadi AH) The Pagan Preacher silenced, in answer to Mr. John Goodwin. 4° Lond. 1655. HOWE (Richard) Earl. v. Jervis. Mason. Ho: (tho.) Funeral Sermon on Revd. S. Wood. 8° Lond. 768.
The Christian's triumph in the death of Christ. A Sermon on the death of Mrs. Eldrige. 8° Lond, 1770. HOWE (Sir wm.) Narrative of his conduct while commanding in N. America. To which are added Observations upon a Pamphlet entitled Letters to a Nobleman. 4° Lond, 1780. HOWEL (Dr.) Medulla Historia Anglicanæ. The Ancient and Present state of England. 8" Lond. 1712. HOWEL (JAMEs) Dendrologie, ou la Forest de Dodone. 4" Par. 1641. Instructions for forreine Travell. 12° Lond. 1642. The Vote, or a Poem Royall presented to His Majesty for a New Years Gift. 4° Lond. 1642. Discourse between Patricius and Peregrine, touching the Civil wars of Ireland and England. 4° 1643. Parables reflecting upon the Times, 4" Oxf. 1643. The preheminence and pedigree of Parlement. 4° Lond. 1644. England's Tears for the present Wars. 4° Lond. 1644. Lat. 24° Lond. 1646. St. Paul's late Progress upon Earth. 12° Lond. 1644. Dodona’s Grove, or the vocal Forest. With Parables reflecting on the Times, and England's Tears for the present Wars. 49 1644.
12" Cambr. 1645. Epistolae Ho-Elianae. - Familiar Letters, domestic and forren. 4° Lond. 1645. 89 Lond. 1678, 4 HOWEL
HOWEL (sAMEs) 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. 89 - o HOWEL (Thomas) Journal of a Passage from India by an unfrequented Route through Armenia and Natolia. 8" Lond. 1790. HOWEL (will.) An Institution of general History, from the Beginning 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. corton. GIRAffi. PEleus. PRYNNE. HOWELL (JAMEs) v. corg RAve. 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) v. Pope. HOWELL (wm.) The Doctrine of the Trinity proved from Scripture. 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 I I, 1780. 4° Lond. 1780. HOWES (Edwd.) Short Arithmetick. 12" Land. 1653. [IOWES-(John) Real Comforts extracted from moral and spirio Principles. A Funeral Sermon on T. Ball. 4° Lond, 659. HOWES (thos.) Critical observations on Books ancient and modern. 4 vols. 8" Lond, 1776, HOWET HOWET (Hesoch) 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. he 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 Inoculation of the Small Pox. 8° Lond. 1724. An Essay of the ancient and present State of Stamford. 4° Stamf. 1726. HOWHUM. Relation of the taking of Howhum Garrison in Lincolnshire, &c. 4° Lond. 1645. HOWISON (AMEs) 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. 8" Lond. 1719. HOWLAND (Madam) v. HARRIs. HOWLDIN (J.) 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. 1786 An Essay on the Population of Ireland. 8° Lond. 786.
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.), Oronia: Episcopus. Uxore dimissa propter Fornicationem, aliam non licet superinducere. 4" Oron. 1606.