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W. H
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Ancilla divinitatis, or, The hand-maid to divinity Containing a brief explication of most of the now controverted points in the matters of religion. As also many remarkable passages in relation to the Commonwealth, worthy the observation of every person bearing affection to the Good Old Cause
W. H
London : [s.n.], printed in the yeer 1659
1659
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Anglo-Judæus, or, The history of the Jews, whilst here in England relating their manners, carriage, and usage, from their admission by William the Conqueror, to their banishment : occasioned by a book, written to His Highness, the Lord Protector ... by Rabbi Menasses Ben Israel : to which is also subjoyned a particular answer

London : Printed by T.N. for Thomas Heath ..., 1656
1656
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Arguments proving the jurisdiction used by the president and counsell in the marches of Wales, over the counties of Glouc., Worcester, Hereford, and Salop to be illegall, and injurious, and a meere incroachment beyond their appointed limits and the proofe is like a threefold cord, not easily broken, viz. [brace] by statutes, by law bookes, by records : whereunto is added a catalogue of part of the manifold grievances to which his majesties subjects are lyable, who live within that jurisdiction
W. H
London : Printed for Thomas Wakley, 1641
1641
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A changling no company for lovers of loyaltie, or The subjects lesson in poynt of sacred submission to, and humble complyance with God and the King; wherein confusion is reduced to order, misery to mercy; reproach and shame to freedom and honour
W. H
London : printed by M. Simmons, for Thomas Parkhurst, and are to be sold at the three Crowns, at the lower end of Cheapside, 1660
1660
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Clito a poem on the force of eloquence
Toland, John, 1670-1722
London : Printed and are to be sold by the Booksellers ..., 1700
1700
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The comentaries of M. Iohn Caluin vpon the first Epistle of Sainct Ihon, and vpon the Epistle of Iude wherein accordyng to the truthe of the woordes of the holie Ghost, he most excellently openeth and cleareth the poinct of true iustification with God, and sanctification by the Spirit of Christ, by the effects that he bryngeth forthe in the regeneration. Translated into Englishe by W.H
Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564
Imprinted at London : By Ihon Kyngstone [and T. East], for Iohn Harrison the yonger, [ca. 1580]
1580
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The comentaries of M. Jhon Caluin vpon the first Epistle of Sainct Ihon, and vpon the Epistle of Jude wherein accordyng to the truthe of the woordes of the holie Ghost, he most excellently openeth and cleareth the poinct of true iustification with God, and sanctification by the Spirit of Christ, by the effects that he bryngeth forthe in the regeneration. Translated into Englishe by W.H
Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564
Imprinted at London : By Jhon Kyngstone, for Jhon Harrison the yonger, [ca. 1580]
1580
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A congratulation to our newly restored Parliament of the Common-vvealth of England.
W. H
London : Printed by J.T., in the year 1659
1659
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A discourse concerning the queries proposed by the House of Commons to the Assembly of Divines; about the divine right of Church Government in answer to two main questions. First, whether is be expedient to the State and Church, that the Assembly of Divines should answer those questions yea or no? Secondly, in case to be expedient; how they should be answered satisfactorily both to the conscionable and unconscionable disputer of the matter. Shewing first, the necessity of giving an answerr [sic]
W. H
London : Printed for Richard Wodenothe at the signe of the Star neer Saint Peters Church in Cornhill, 1648
1648
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A diurnall of sea designes, which is as strange as true. Relating vvhat great preparations many mighty forraigne princes have now upon the ocean, no man knowing for what intent or purpose. Wherein it may be perceived that the case is pittifull when so many dangers are floating about our ears befor wee can heare of them. Written for a warning, that though feares and jealousies be necessarie; yet it is more necessary to lay them in their right places. Not unprinted betwixt Yorke and Beverley, by W
W. H
London : Printed for W. S., 1642
1642
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English loyalty vindicated by the French divines, or, A declaration and subscription of threescore doctors of Sorbonne for the oath of allegiance as it was originally deliver'd by them in Latin

London : Printed for Nath. Thompson ..., 1681
1681
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The fate of traytors. A poem upon the rebellion.
W. H
London : printed for E. Curll, 1716
1716
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A letter concerning the test, and persecution for conscience to an honourable member of the House of Lords
W. H
London : Printed for Matthew Turner ..., 1687
1687
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A manifestation of divine love, or, Some spirituall breathings consisting of two generall epistles, directed in manuscript to the flock of God in the west of England : where they were read to the great refreshment of many, and now out of a sincere desire that Friends in all parts of this nation (and others) may participate of that unfeigned love herein manifested, these things

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons ..., 1660
1660
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A modest attempt to prove Dr. H-- not the author of the Bouchain dialogue. In a letter to W. J. now at the Bath. With a catalogue of what choice books are now in the press
W. H
London : printed in the year, 1712
1712
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A more perfect and particular relation of the late great victorie in Scotland obtained over Montrosse and the rebels there, by the forces under the command of Lieutenant-Generall David Lesley, certified by an expresse the 16. of this instant from Hadington. Together with a list of the chiefe men of note taken prisoners and kild in the battell, and after in the pursuit. To which is likewise added a letter written from Master Balsame minister at Berwick, and dated the 17. of Septemb. 1645. to a mi
W. H
London, : Printed by M.B. for Robert Bostock at the Kings head in Pauls Churchyard., 25. Sep. 1645
1645
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Motives to Godly mourning and rejoycing; or, Christ Jesus his kind invitation to sinners to repent

London : printed for the author, 1698
1698
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Naked truth, or, A plain discovery of the intrigues of amorous fops and humours of several other whimsical persons in a pleasant and profitable dialogue between a precious saint-like sister called Terpole and Mimologos, a scoffing buffoon
Montalvan, Francisco Baltheo de
London : Printed for Thomas Palmer ..., 1673
1673
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A perfect and most usefull table to compute the year of our Lord with the several years of the Kings reigns, beginning with Henry the eight, which is 150 years since, whereby the true date of any deed since that time may presently be found out with much facility, and undoubted certainty. Also, to know the county dayes for each county in England for this year, and which hereby may be known for ever, because they are and must be constantly kept that day month in each county, London onely excepted,
W. H
London : Printed for the use of W.H. the author, and are to be sold by Master Michell in Westminster-hall, and by Tobias Jorden in Gloucester, 1656
1656
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The Puritan convert, not to prelatick Protestantism and yet to prelatick Protestantism, nor to popery and yet to popery, but absolutely and without reserve to apostolical Christianity ..., or, A discourse by way of a letter shewing that prelatick Protestants, if they will be true to their practises and principles, have all reason to turn papists in all things as to what papists indeed hold, but in nothing as to what papists are vulgarly believed to hold ...
W. H
[London?] printed : [s.n.], M DC LXXVI [1676]
1676
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The Puritan convert, not to prelatick Protestantism, and yet to prelatick Protestantism, nor to popery, and yet to popery, but absolutely ... to apostolical Christianity ..., or, A discourse by way of a letter shewing, that prelatick Protestants ... have all reason to turn papists ...
W. H
[London? : s.n.], 1676
1676
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A relation of the good successe of the Parliaments forces under the command of Generall Lesly, the Earl of Manchester, and the Lord Fairfax, against the forces commanded by Prince Rupert and the Earl of Newcastle, on Hesham-Moore, on Tuesday July 2. 1644.
W. H
[Cambridge] : Printed by W. F., 1644
1644
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The rigid & unmerciful creditor arraign'd and found guilty, or the imprisonment of insolvent debtors prov'd to be an abominable sin in the sight of God. Thereunto is added, the several black aggravations of that sin.
W. H
Dublin : printed for the author, 1719
1719
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The spectator. In eight volumes. : Vol. I[-VIII]

Philadelphia: : Printed by Tesson and Lee, for Samuel F. Bradford, no. 4, South Third Street, and John Conrad & Co. no. 31, Chesnut Street., 1803
1803
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Thura Britannica. A congratulatory poem to Her Sacred Majesty Queen Anne and the whole realm, for the late signal and happy success of Her Majesty's forces both by sea and land. By W.H
W. H
London : Printed for Benj. Tooke, at the Middle-Temple-Gate, in Fleetstreet, 1702
1702
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Vicissitudes of human life. Lines,
W. H
[Boston] : Printed by N. Coverly, no. 16 Milk-Street. Boston., [1818]
1818
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