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HENDERSON (Alex.). A Thanksgiving Sermon before both Houses of Parliament. 4° Lond. 1644.
A Fast Sermon before the House of Commons. 4° Lond. 1644.
A Fast Sermon before the Lords. 4° Lond. 1645. Hendley (Will.). Loimologia sacra: or, a Discourse shewing that
the Plague never proceeds from any first natural Cause, but is sent immediately from God, and that, as a Punishment to a Peo
ple for their Sins. 8° Lond. 1721. HENLEY (John). A Funeral Oration sacred to the Memory of John Duke of Marlborough. 8° Lond. 1723.
The Model of Christian Preaching asserted, in vindication of the Rev. Mr. Guise's Idea of Preaching Christ. 8° Lond. Hentell (James). V. ASPLAND. HENNEPIN (R. P. Louis). Morale pratique du Jansenisme, &c.
12° Utrecht, 1698. HENRICUS (Fredericus). Celsissimi Principis Auriaci Frederici
Henrici Elogium Funebre. 4° Lugd. Bat. 1647. Henricus VIII. Angliæ Rex. V. PROTESTANTS.
Nuntius a Mortuis, sive stupendum Colloquium inter Manes Henrici VIII. et Caroli I. 12° Lond. 1657. Henricus III. Galliæ Rex. Journal des Choses memorables advenues durant tout le Regne de Hen. JII. 4° 1621.
The Catholic Cause, or Practice of murdering Kings justified and commended by the Pope in a Speech upon the Assassination
of Hen. III. of France. 4° Lond. 1678. HENRICUS IV. Galliæ Rex, Henrico IV. Franciæ et Navarra
Regi Augustissimo, in Instauratione Godranii Societatis Jesu Collegii Panegyricus, dictus a Petro Roverio. 4° Par. 1604.
An Extract out of the History of the Life and Death of the last French King Henry IV., who was murdered with a knife in
his Coach. 4° Lond. 1610. Henricus Walliæ Princeps. Laudatio funebris Henrici Walliæ Principis, a Fr. Nethersole. 4o Cantab. 1612.
Epicedium Cantabrigiense, in Obitum immaturum ejusdem. 4° Cantab. 1612. HENRY (D.). Twenty Discourses on the most important Subjects,
carefully abridged from the Works of Archbishop Tillotson. 8°
A brief Inquiry into the true Nature of Schism. 8° Lond. 1690.
A Sermon concerning the right Management of Friendly Visits. 12° Lond. 1704.
A Funeral Sermon for the Rev. James Owen. 8° Lond. 1706.
Thanksgiving Sermon. 8° Lond. 1707.
HENRY (Matthew). V. Reynolds, Tong, Williams.
Disputes Reviewed : a Sermon at the Evening Lecture, Salters' Hall. 8° Lond. 1710.
8° Lond. 1719. Sermon concerning the Work and Success of the Ministry. 8° Lond. 1710.
Funeral Sermon for Mr. Richard Stretton. 8° Lond. 1712.
Funeral Sermon for Mrs. Catherine Henry. 12° Lond. 1712.
Sermon to the Societies for Reformation of Manners. 12° Lond. 1712.
Funeral Sermon for the Rev. S. Lawrence. 8° Lond. 1712.
Popery a Spiritual Tyranny : a Fifth of November Sermon. go Lond. 1712.
A Funeral Sermon for the Rev. D. Burgess. 8° Lond. 1713.
Sermon at the public Baptizing of a Child. 8° Lond. 1713.
Persecution by Thomas Gunnel. 4° Lond. 1659. HERBERT (Dorothy). V. CORNWALL. HERBERT (Sir Edward), Lord Chief Justice of England. A short
Account of the Authorities in Law upon which Judgment was
given in Sir Edward Hales's Case. 4° Lond. 1688. HERBERT (Rich.). A Funeral Sermon for Richard Herbert, Esq.
4° Lond. 1676. HERBERT (Susannah). V. CLARKE. Heresy. The Necessity of Heresies asserted and explained in a
Sermon ad Clerum. 4° Lond. 1688. Herle (Charles). A Payre of Compasses for Church and State :
a Fast Sermon before the House of Commons. 4° Lond. 1642.
A fuller Answer to a Treatise written by Dr. Ferne, entitled, “The Resolving of Conscience upon the Question of Resistance.” 4° Lond. 1642.
Answer to Dr. Ferne's Reply, entitled, “Conscience Satisfied.” 4° Lond. 1643.
David's Song of three Parts: a Thanksgiving Sermon before the House of Lords. 4° Lond. 1643.
The Independency on Scriptures of the Independency of Churches. 4° Lond. 1643.
Ahab's Fall by his Prophet's Flatteries : being the Substance of Three Sermons. 4.° 1644.
Abraham's Offer God's Offering: a Spittal Sermon. 4° Lond. 1644.
David's Reserve and Rescue : a Sermon before the House of Commons, Nov. 5, 1644. 4° Lond. 1645. Herring (Tho.), Archbishop of Canterbury. A Sermon before the
Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts. 8° Lond. 1738.
HERRING (Tho.), Archbishop of Canterbury. Sermon preached
Sept. 22, 1745, on Occasion of the present Rebellion in Scotland. 8° Lond. 1745.
Fast Sermon preached at Kensington, Jan. 7, 1747. 4° Lond. 1747. HERVEY (James). V. ROMAINE.
The Ministry of Reconciliation a Sermon at All-Saints in Northampton. 8° Lond. 1759.
Funeral Sermon for Mr. Abraham Down. 8° Lond. 1775. Hesketh (Hen.). The Importance of Religion to young Persons :
a Funeral Sermon for Sir Thomas Vinor. 4° Lond. 1683. HESLEWOOD (Dr. John). A Sermon occasioned by the Recanta
tion of Dr. Joh. Spire, lately a Quaker. 4° Lond. 1700. Hessels (Adrianus). Theses Theologicæ de Die Dominica. 4°
Memoirs of the Rev. W. Heudebourck, of Taunton, written by himself; with a Sermon occasioned by his Death. 8° Taun
ton, 1808. Hewgoe (W.). A Funeral Sermon for Sarah, Wife of Mr. John
Score. 4° Exon, 1728. Hewley (Lady). The Unitarians Defeated : Substance of the
Judgment delivered Dec. 23, 1833, by the Right Hon. Sir Launcelot Shadwell, Vice-Chancellor of England, in the Case of the Attorney-General v. Shore, as to the Construction of the Trust Deeds of Dame Sarah Hewley. 8° Lond. 1834.
A Letter to the Vice-Chancellor of England, in Reply to His Honour's Remarks relative to the British and Foreign Unitarian Association, delivered Dec. 23, 1833, in pronouncing his Judgement in the Case of the Attorney-General v. Shore and others, by James Yates. 8° Lond. 1834.
Appendix to the same.
A Letter to the Rev. James Yates, M.A., containing an Examination of his Defence of the Improved Version in his Letter to the Vice-Chancellor on the Case of Lady Hewley's Trust, by Robert Halley. 8° Lond. 1834.
An Historical Defence of the Trustees of Lady Hewley's Foundations, and of the Claims upon them of the Presbyterian Ministry of England, by Joseph Hunter, F.S.A. 8° Lond. 1834.
A Plain Statement of the Trusts and recent Administration of Lady Hewley's Charities, as now in Proof in the Suit of the Attorney-General o. Shore and others; with Remarks on Efforts now making to effect "a total Disconnexion between Church and State," by Thomas William Tottie, and an Appendix containing the Catechism of Mr. Edward Bowles, &c. 8° Lond. 1834.
An Appeal to the Public against the Imputations of Mr. Knight, in a Speech delivered by him as one of the Counsel for the Relators, by William Hinckes, F.L.S. 8° Lond. 1834.
Substance of the Speech of Charles Purton Cooper, Esq., as
Counsel for the Rev. Charles Wellbeloved, in the Suit of the Attorney-General v. Shore. 2nd Edit. 8° Lond. 1834. HEWLEY (Lady). Christ's Holy Gospel Vindicated, and Socinian
ism exposed : being a copious Report of the Proceedings before the Vice-Chancellor in the Matter of Lady Hewley's Charity. 3rd Edit. 8° Lond. 1834.
Observations on the Title of Unitarians and other English Presbyterians, to administer or partake in the Benefit of English Presbyterian and General Protestant Dissenters' Trusts. 8° Lond. 1834.
The History, Opinions, and present legal Position of the English Presbyterians. 8° Lond. 1834.
English Presbyterian Charities : a Review of Mr. Joshua Wilson's recent Pamphlet, entitled, “ An Historical Inquiry concerning the Principles, Opinions and Usages of the English Presbyterians, from the Restoration of Charles the Second to the Death of Queen Anne.” 8° Lond. 1835.
The Prevalence of Arianism amongst English Presbyterians in the early part of the last Century, considered in relation to Lady Hewley's Charity, and to Presbyterian Endowments, by the Rev. James Brooks. 8° Lond. 1837.
The Speeches of Mr. Rolfe and Mr. Booth, Counsel for the Defendants, the Appellants from the Decree of Sir Launcelot Shadwell, Vice-Chancellor (in Attorney-General v. Shore), before the Rt. Hon. Lord Lyndhurst, Lord Chancellor, assisted by Mr. Justice Patteson and Mr. Baron Alderson, on April 13th and 14th, 1835. 8° Lond.
Observations on the Case of the Attorney-General v. Shore and others, by J. S. Stock, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. (From the Law Magazine, No. 32.) 8° Lond.
Presbyterians and Independents. Observations on the Nature and Results of the Legal Principles asserted in the Lady Hewley and Wolverhampton Cases. 8° Lond.
Memorial and Statement as to the position of the Presbyterian and other Protestant Dissenters in England and Ireland whose Chapels and Endowments, being anterior to the Repeal of the Statutes relative to the Doctrine of the Trinity, are affected by
recent legal Proceedings. 4o. HEXTALL (W.). A Funeral Sermon for Mrs. Judith Burkitt. 8o
Lond. 1752. HEYLET (Will.). V. GRAILE. HEYLYN (John). A Sermon before the Societies for Reforniation
of Manners. 8° Lond. 1729. HEYLYN (Pet.). Respondet Petrus: or, the Answer of Peter
Heylyn to so much of Dr. Bernard's Book, entituled, " The Judgment of the late Primate of Ireland," as he is made a Party to,
with an Appendix. 4° Lond. 1658. -- A Sermon at Westminster, May 29, 1661, being the Anniversary of the King's Restoration. 4° Lond. 1661.
HEYNES (John). A Funeral Sermon for the Right Hon. William
Lord Pagett. 4° Lond. 1669. Heyricke (Rich.). A Fast Sermon before the House of Commons.
4° Lond. 1646. Heywood (John). Hymns or Spiritual Songs. 8° Lond. 1740.
A Sermon on the Death of George Il. 8° Lond. 1760. HIBERNIAD. The Hiberniad. 4° Dublin, 1754. HICKERINGILL (Edm.). The Fatal Doom: a Sermon before the Lord Mayor. 4° Lond. 1680.
Observations on Edm. Hickeringill's Sermon before the Lord Mayor. 4° Lond. 1680.
A Sermon on the horrid Sin of Man-Catching. 4° Lond. 1681.
The Good Old Cause: a Sermon. 4° Lond. 1704.
Priestcraft; its Character and Consequences. 4° Lond. Hickes (Gaspar). The Glory and Beauty of God's Portion : a Fast Sermon before the House of Commons. 4° Lond. 1644.
The Advantages of Affliction : a Fast Sermon before the House of Peers. 4° Lond. 1645.
A Funeral Sermon for William Strode, Esq. 4° Lond. 1645. Hickes (Geo.). A Discourse about the Jews, as the Peculiar People of God. 4° Lond. 1681.
A Vindication of some among ourselves against the false Principles of Dr. Sherlock. 4° Lond. 1692. HICKMAN (Edw.). A Sermon preached at Wattisfield, Suffolk, on
Occasion of the Death of Miss Sharper. 8° Bungay, 1809. Hickman (Hen.). Tarpo-oxolaotiko-dekatwors: or, a Justification of
the Fathers and Schoolmen; shewing that they are not self-con
demned for denying the Positivity of Sin. 120 Oxf. 1659. Hicks (Mr.). A Narrative of the Illegal Sufferings and Oppres
sions of many Christians under, and by several Justices of Peace, &c., in the County of Devon, from a pretended Zeal, to put the
Law against Conventicles in Execution. 4° 1671. HIERARCHY.
The Catholic Hierarchy. 4° Lond. 1681. Hieron (John). V. Porter, HIERON (Sam.). An Answer to a Popish Rhym. 4° Lond. 1604.
A Dialogue proving that the Ceremonies are defended by no other Arguments than the Papists have used, with Considerations why the Ministers should not be removed for the Subscription and Ceremonies. 4° 1605.
A Defence of the Ministers' Reasons for refusing Subscription, against the_Answers of T. Hutton, W. Covel, and Tho. Spark, in Three Parts. 4° 1607.
Three Sermons : A Remedy for Security; The Ruin of God's Enemies ; The Worldling's Downfal. 4o Camb. 1609.
A Sermon to admonish the Ministry of their Charge and Duty. 4° 1623. HIERON (S.). V. Barlow.