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HARTMAN.

HARTMAN, G.

The True Preserver and Restorer of Health: . . . The Second Edition with Additions. Published for the Publick Good by G. Hartman, Chymist. London: Printed for A. and C. Churchill,

1695. 8o, A-Ee in eights: Collection of Choice Receipts, A-B in eights. HARTWELL, ABRAHAM.

Regina Literata Siue de serenissimæ Dominæ Elizabethæ, Angliæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ Reginæ fidei defensione illustrissim. Academiam Cantabrigiensem aduentu. . . . Anno. 1564. Aug. 5. Narratio Abrahami Hartuelli Cantabrigiensis. Ad. Clariss. virum D. Gualterum Haddonum Regiæ Maiestati a supplicum libellis tunc temporis conscripta, nunc demum posteris tradita. Londini. 1565. Impressum Londini in Typographia Gulielmi Seres. 8°. T, 4 leaves: T (repeated), 2 leaves: A-F 6 in eights, À 1 blank. White letter. B. M. HARVEY, CHRISTOPHER.

The School of the Heart; Or, The Heart of it Self gone away from God, Brought back again to him, and instructed by him, In XLVII. Emblems. London: Printed for Lodowick Lloyd at the Castle in Cornhill, 1664. 12o. A, 3 leaves, title on A 2: B-I in twelves, the Conclusion, 1 leaf, and a frontispiece (different from that of 1647). Br. Museum.

This appears to be the edition of 1647 with the frontispiece re-engraved and a new titlepage.

The School of the Heart: Or, The Heart of it self... By the Author of the Synagogue anexed to Herberts Poems. Whereunto is added, The Learning of the Heart By the same Hand. The Third Edition. London, Printed for Lodowick Lloyd. 1675. 12°. A, 4 leaves, title on A 2: B-K 2 in twelves. With a new frontispiece. Br. Museum.

HARVEY, GABRIEL.

Gabrielis Harveii Rhetor, vel duorum dierum Oratio, De Natura, Arte, & Exercitatione Rhetorica. Ad suos Auditores. Londini, Ex Officina Typographica Henrici Binneman. Anno. 1577. 4°. A, 4 leaves: A (repeated)-Q 2 in fours. [Col.] Excudebat Londini, Henricus Binnemanus Typographus, Anno M.D.LXXVII. Mense Nouembri: rogatu ornatissimi viri, B. Clerci, Legum Doctoris.

Dedicated to Dr. Bartholomew Clerk, from Pembroke Hall, Cambridge.

HARVEY, JOHN.

An Astrologicall Addition, or supplement

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to be annexed to the late Discovrse vpon the great Coniunction of Saturne, and Iupiter. Made and written this last March by Iohn Haruey, Student in Physicke. Whereunto is adioyned his translation of the learned worke, of Hermes Trismegistus, intituled, Iatromathematica. London Imprinted by Richard Watkins. 1583. Sm. 8°, A-E in eights, and A-C 3 in eights.

A Discovrsive Probleme concerning Prophesies. How far they are to be valued, or credited, according to the surest rules, and Directions in Diuine Philosophie, Astrologie, and other learning: Deuised especially in abatement of the terrible threatenings, and menaces, peremptorily denounced against the Kingdoms and states of the world, this present famous yeere. 1588. supposed the Great wonderfull, and fatall yeere of our Age. By I. H. Physician. Printed at London, by Iohn Iackson, for Richard Watkins, 1588. 4°, A-S in fours. Dedicated to Sir C. Hatton.

An Almanacke, or annuall Calender, with a compendious Prognostication thereunto appendyng, seruyng for the yeere of our Lord 1589.... By Iohn Harvey, Maister of Artes, and practitioner in Phisicke. [Col.] Imprinted at London, by Richarde Watkins and Iames Robertes. 8°, A-C 4 in eights. Lambeth.

HARVEY, RICHARD.

Philadelphvs, Or A Defence of Brutes, and the Brutans History. Written by R. H. Imprinted at London by Iohn Wolfe. 1593. 4°, black letter, A-O in fours. Dedicated by Richard Harvey to Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex.

HARVEY, LADY URSULA.

A booke called An Antidote against sinne and Satan, written by the Lady Vrsula Harvey. Licensed to Master Stevens and Master Meredith, 5 December, 1637. HARVEY, WILLIAM, M.D.

Guilielmi Harveii Angli. . . . De Motu Cordis & sanguinis in animalibus, Anatomica Exercitatio. Cum refutationibus Emylii Parisani. . . . Lugduni Batavorum, 1639. 4°. Title and dedication, 2 leaves: A—Ll 2 in fours, besides two leaves of engravings: the Refutations of James Primrose, a-1 2 in fours: Animadversions of the same, A-G in

fours.

Anatomical Exercitations Concerning the Generation of Living Creatures: To which are added Particular Discourses of Births,

HARWOOD.

and of Conceptions, &c. By William Harvey, Doctor of Physick,. London, Printed by James Young, for Octavius Pulleyn, . 1653. 8°, A, 7 leaves, besides a portrait by Gaywood: a, 8 leaves: T, 8 leaves: B-Mm in eights. With some verses by M. Llewellyn.

It is said that only 150 copies were printed, and of these 115 destroyed by fire.

HARWOOD, SIR EDWARD. The Advice of that Worthy Commander, Sir Ed: Harwood, Collonell. Written by King Charles his Command, upon occasion of the French Kings preparation, and presented (in his life time) by his owne hand, to his Maiestie: Hitherto being a private Manuscript. Also a Relation of his Life and Death Whereunto is also annexed divers remarkable Instructions, written by the late, and ever-famous, Earle of Essex. All tending to the Securing and Fortifying of this Kingdome, both by Sea and Land, and now seasonably published for the benefit of these Times... London, Printed for R. Harford. 1642. 4°, A-E in fours, including a leaf of verses to the memory of Colonel Harwood by M. Draper.

HASLERIGG, SIR ARTHUR.

Sir Arthur Haslerigg His Speech in Parliament. Whereby he cleareth himselfe of the Articles of High treason exhibited against Himselfe, the Lord Kimbolton, Mr. Iohn Pym, Mr. Hampden, Mr. Strovd, and Mr. Hollis, by his Majesty, on Tuesday the 9th of Ianuary. 1642. London Printed for John Wright. 1642. 4o, 4 leaves.

HASTINGS, SIR FRANCIS.

An Apologie Or Defence of the WatchWord. Against the Virvlent and Seditiovs Ward-Word, published by an English-Spaniard, lurking vnder the title of N. D. Devided into Eight Severall Resistances according to his so many Encounters, written by Sir Francis Hastings Knight. . . . London Imprinted by Felix Kyngston, for Ralph Iacson. 1600. 4o, A-Ee in fours.

HATTERSLEY, JANE.

The bloody mother or th' arraignemente and execucon of Jane Hattersley. Licensed to John Busby the Elder. 8 February, 1609-10.

HATTO, BISHOP.

The wrathfull Judgement of God vpon Bishop Hatto. A ballad. Licensed to H. Carre, 15 Aug. 1586.

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HATTON, CHRISTOPHER, LORD. The Psalter of David with Titles and Collects according to the matter of each Psalme. Oxford; Printed by Leonard Lichfield, Printer to the Vniversity. 1644. 8°. *, 8 leaves: **, 2 leaves: A-Bb 4 in eights Devotions, with a new title, A-D in eights. With a frontispiece not counting in the sheets.

The version of the Psalms, by Christopher Lord Hatton, is in black letter; there is a long preface to the Reader by the translator.

HAWARD, LAZARUS.

A Few Collections for Irelands Souldiers. London, Printed for John Wright at the Kings Head in the Old-Bayley. 1646. [Feb. 12, 1646-7.] 4o, A-C 2 in fours. Dedicated to Philip, Lord Lysle, Lieutenant-General of Ireland. B. M.

The Charges issuing forth of the Crown Revenue of England and Dominion of Wales. With the several Officers of his Majesties Courts, Customs, Housholds, Houses, Castles, Towns of War, Forts, Bulwarks, Forrests, Parks, Chases, with their several Fees and Allowances . And also the Valuation of the Bishops, and Deanes Lands, with the Tenths paid out of the same. London, Printed for M. Wright 1660. 4o, A-H in fours.

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Brayley and Britton, in their History of Surrey, repeat the statement of Dibdin as to an edition of 1509, printed by De Worde, being at Ham House.

HAWKINS, FRANCIS.
Youths Behaviour. . . 1663-4.

"The second part," as Mr. Wallis of Derby observes to me, appears to be, in comparison with the first part, an entirely new work, written by Robert Codrington, M.A. who, if the title may be trusted, was associated with Sir Thomas Hawkins in translating the Holy Court of Nic. Caussin. In his dedication to 'Mistress Ellinor Par

HAWKINS.

gites,' and 'Mrs. Elizabeth Washington, her only daughter,' &c., he hopes this will prove as profitable as I have found it difficult; for although there are extant in Greek and other languages many excellent books concerning the institution of youth, yet I never have read any that have precisely treated of the education of gentlewomen. In the bookseller's 'Advertisement to the Reader,' he says that he acquainted himself with a gentleman of knowledge and learning to whom I gave certain heads in relation to the whole subject, who did take the pains to draw them up into so many chapters, which I here present to the publick view, to be either annexed to the former book of 'Youth's Behaviour,' or to be sould by itself.' He adds, "The price of both together is two shillings; if you buy them by themselves, the one is sixpence, and the other eighteen pence.'

"As a point of criticism, the second part is a piece of mere bookmaking, quite devoid of the raciness of the first; but the collection of Select Proverbs should be compared with Ray."

HAWKINS, HENRY.
Partheneia Sacra. . . . 1633.

In connection with the apparently careless style of the MS. inscription in the copy cited by me, it may be pointed out that the orthography of those days was lax and uncertain. Pepys (5th Sept. 1664) calls the ship Henrietta "the Heneretta."

HAWKINS, SIR RICHARD. The ijde voyage of master Hawkins. Licensed to Lucas Harrison in 1568-9. HAWKSHAW, BENJAMIN. Poems upon Several Occasions. By Benj. Hawkshaw, Student in St. John's Colledge in Cambridge; sometimes Student in Trinity Colledge in Dublin. [Quot. from Juvenal, Sat. 1.] London, Printed by J. Heptinstall, for Henry Dickenson, Bookseller in Cambridge, 1693._8°, AL 4 in eights. Dedicated to Dr. Willoughby, physician in Dublin.

Divided into two parts; the second consists of love poems.

HAWORTH, SAMUEL, M.D. A Description of the Duke's Bagnio, and of the Mineral Bath and New Spaw thereunto belonging. With an Account of the Use of Sweating, Rubbing, Bathing, and the Medicinal Vertues of the Spaw. London, Printed for Sam. Smith. 1683. 8°, A, 4 leaves: B-I 4 in eights. With a portrait of the author by R.

White.

The Bagnio was in Salisbury Stables, near Long-Acre.

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his Good-Towne of Edinburgh, vpon the xvi. of May, Anno Domini 1617. In the Name of the Magistrates and Citizens of the saide Towne. By Master Iohn Hay, their Clerke Deputie. Printed at Edinburgh, by Andro Hart, 1617. 4o, A-C in fours.

HAY, PETER.

An Advertisement to the Subjects of Scotland, Of the fearfull Dangers threatned' to Christian States, and namely, to Great Britain, by the Ambition of Spayne: With a Contemplation, of the truest Meanes, to oppose it. Also, Diverse other Treatises, Touching the present estate of the Kingdome of Scotland, ... Called, The First Blast of the Trumpet. Written by Peter Hay, of Naughton, in NorthBritane. In Aberdene, Printed by Edward Raban, Cum Privilegio. 1627. 4o, A-V in fours, concluding with "An Heroicke Song in prayses of the Light," in 4-line stanzas.

HAY THE GYE.

A balled intituled hay the gye. Licensed to T. Colwell in 1561-2.

An answere agaynste hay the gye. A ballad. Licensed to Hugh Singleton in 1561-2.

The overthrowe gyven to the Dysprayse of Hay the gye. A ballad. Printed by T. Colwell without license in 1561-2.

HAYNE, SAMUEL.

An Abstract of all the Statutes made concerning Aliens trading in England from the first year of K. Henry the VII. Also, of all the Laws made for Securing our Plantation Trade to our Selves. With Observations thereon. Printed by

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N. T. for the Author, and are to be sold by Walter Davis in Amen-Corner, 1685. 40, A-F in fours, the first and last leaves blank.

The author, who dates from the Fleet prison, describes himself as "sometime Ryding-Surveyor to His Majesties Customs, and Surveyor for the Act of Navigation in the Counties of Devon and Cornwell."

HAYNE, THOMAS.

Grammatices Latine Compendium. Licensed to William Garrett, 11 July, 1640. HAYWARD, SIR JOHN, Knight. The First Part of the Life and raigne of King Henrie the IIII. Extending to the end of the first yeare of his raigne. Written by I. H. Imprinted at London by Iohn Wolfe, and and [sic] are to be solde at his shop in Popes head Alley,

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Written by I. H. Imprinted at London by Robert] Barker.] Anno 1613. 4°, A-Rr 2 in fours.

Rr 2 has a table of Errata. Dedicated to Prince Charles.

The Life and Raigne of King Edward the Sixt. Written by Sr Iohn Hayward, Knight, Doctor of Law: London, Printed for Iohn Partridge, and are to bee sold at the Signe of the Sunne in Pauls ChurchYard. [1630.] 40, A-Z 2 in fours, besides the engraved and printed titles, the former by Vaughan, and containing a portrait of the King.

On the last page, over the colophon, which gives the date, occurs: "This History I have bvilt for the Monvment of his Imperishable Fame." The printed title is

rare.

The begining of the Raigne of Queene Elizabeth, by Sir John Hayward.. Licensed to John Partridge, 4 Nov. 1635. Annals of the First Four Years of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. By Sir John Hayward... Edited by John Bruce. Camden Soc. 1840. 4°.

Now first printed from the Harl. MS. HEAD, RICHARD.

Hic et Ubique; Or, The Humors of Dublin. A Comedy Acted privately, with general Applause. Written by Richard Head, Gent. Facilius est Carpere quàm Imitare. London, Printed by R. D. for the Author. 1663. 4o, A-H in fours. Dedicated to the Duke of Monmouth and Orkney.

The English Rogue Described, In the Life of Meriton Latroon, A Witty Extravagant. Comprehending the most Eminent Cheats of Both Sexes.

Read, but don't Practice for the Author

findes,

They which live Honest have most quiet mindes.

Dixero si quid fortè jocosius hoe mihi juris Cum venia dabis

London: Printed for Fra: Kirkman, ät the Princes Arms in Chancery-lane. 1666. 8°. General title, 1 leaf: A-H in eights: Aa-Kk in eights: Aaa-Iii in eights. With a plate before sign. B.

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The English Rogue: ... London, Printed for Francis Kirkman, 1680. 8°. Portrait, title, and preface, 3 leaves: Plate of the English Sadder, 1 leaf: B-Dd 2 in eights.

The English Rogue Continued, in the Life of Meriton Latroon, and other Extravagants. Comprehending the most Eminent Cheats of Most Trades and Professions. The Second Part. Licensed Feb. 22, 1668. London, Printed for Francis Kirkman, and are to be sold at his Shop over against the Custome-House in Thames-street, 1671. 8°. A, 8 leaves: B, 4 leaves: B-Aa in eights. With a frontispiece and a second plate facing p. 159.

The English Rogue :. The Second Part... London; Printed for Francis Kirkman,... 1680. 8°, B-Z in eights, Z 8 blank, and the title. With plates (2) to Chapters 1 and 2 and 18.

The English Rogue: Continued in the Life of Meriton Latroon, and other Extravagants: Comprehending the most Eminent Cheats. of Both Sexes. The Third Part. With the Illustration of Pictures to every Chapter. London, Printed for Fran: Kirkman:.. 1671. 8o. A, 4 leaves: B-Z in eights. With four plates in compartments:

The

The English Rogue: Continued in the Life of Meriton Latroon; And other Extravagants: Comprehending the most Eminent Cheats of Both Sexes. Third Part. With the Illustration of Pictures to every Chapter. London, Printed by Anne Johnson for Fran, Kirkman... 1674. 8°. A, 2 leaves: B-V in eights. With four plates in six compartments, or a compartment to each of the 24 Chapters.

The English Rogue: : The Third Part. London, Printed for Francis Kirkman,... 1680. 8°, B-Y in eights, and the title. With a portrait and plates at pp. 1, 97, 115, 234.

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Longis erroribus actus
Qui mores hominum

Printed in the Year 1673. 4. A, 2 leaves B-F in fours.

Protevs Redivivus: The Art of Wheedling... Compil'd and Publish'd formerly by R. H. but now Reprinted with Additions to every Chapter, to almost one half of the Book, By the same Author. London, Printed for T. D. . . 1684. 12o, A-P 6 in twelves, P & blank.

HEATH, JAMES.

A New Book of Loyal English Martyrs and Confessors, who have endured the Pains and Terrours of Death, Arraignment, Banishment, and Imprisonment, for the Maintenance of the Just and Legal Government of these Kingdoms, Both in Church and State. By James Heath, Gent. [Quot. from Psal. 112, 6.] Lon

don, Printed for R. H. and are to be sold by Simon Miller at the Star in St. Pauls Church-Yard. [Circa 1661.] 12°, B-X in twelves, besides the titlepage and a leaf before it with a List of the Martyrs, both printed in red.

The Glories and Magnificent Triumphs. of the Blessed Restitution of his Sacred Majesty K. Charles II. From his Arrival in Holland 1688 till this Present. Comprising all the Honours and Grandeurs done to, and conferred by, Him. . . . By James Heath, formerly Student of Ch. Ch. Oxon. London, Printed and are to be sold by N. G. R. H.

1662.

8°, A-S in eights, A blank and A 3 misprinted A 2, besides *, 4 leaves with the summary of the contents.

A Chronicle of the Late Intestine War in the Three Kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland. . . By James Heath, Gent. The Second Edition. To which is added A Continuation to this present year 1675.... By J. P. London: Printed by J. C. for Thomas Basset, MDCLXXVI. Folio, A-4 L 2 in fours, no sign. B. With a frontispiece.

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HEATH, JOHN.

HELL.

The Hovse of Correction: Or, Certayne Satyricall Epigrams. Written by I. H. Gent. Together with a few Characters, called Par Pari: Or; Like to like, quoth the Deuill to the Collier.

Ficta voluptatis causa sint proxima veris.
Hor. de Art. Po.

London, Printed by Bernard Alsop for Richard Redmer, and are to be sold at his Shoppe at the West end of Saint Pauls Church. 1619. 8°, A-D 4 in eights, the title, which is engraved, on A 2. B. M.

The Characters commence with a new (printed) title on C 8.

HECTORS.

The Hectors: Or the False Challenge. A Comedy written in the Year, MDCLV. The Scene London. London, Printed for G. Bedel, and T. Collins, 1656. 4°. A, 2 leaves: B-K in fours, K 4 blank.

HEDELIN, M., Abbot of Aubignac.

The Whole Art of the Stage. Containing not only the Rules of the Drammatick Art, but many curious Observations about it. . . now made English. London, Printed for the Author, 1684. 40, A-Y in fours.

HEGATE, WILLIAM, of Glasgow. Gvilielmi Hegati Scoti Glasgvensis Gallia Victrix. Ad Nobilissimvm, Et amplissimæ dignitatis virum, Valterum Stuartum D. Blanterium, serenissimi Principis Iacobi vj. Scotorum Regis Logothetam meritissimum. Augustoriti Pictonum. M.D.XCVIII. 8°, Title (preceded by a blank), &c., 6 leaves: A-K in fours. In verse.

HELL.

[A Description of the pains of Hell.] Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, W. Gilbertson, and J. Wright. A broadside in black letter and two columns. In verse, with a large cut at the top.

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Hell broke loose: Or, A Catalogue of many of the Spreading Errors, Heresies and Blasphemies of these Times, for which we are to be humbled. don, Printed for Tho. Underhill, at the Bible in Woodstreet. March 9, 1646. 4°, 4 leaves. B. M.

A Journey to Hell: Or, A Visit paid to the Devil. A Poem. London, Printed 1700. Folio, A—H, 2 leaves each. The copy used is only Part I.; perhaps no more appeared.

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