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Fri Mar 21 17:10:34 2014 UTClccn-n841846220.10Henry I. Hills, son of Amasa Hills and Eunice (Rathburn); born 18040.870.94The Life of H.H. with the relation at large of what passed betwixt him and the taylors wife in Black-friars, according to the original : likewise particular remarks of his behaviour ever since, which proves (tho times change) him to be the same H.H. still34527193n 841846221244468H. H. (Henry Hills), -1689?Hills, Henry, d. 1689?Hills Henry Ilccn-n84233378England and WalesCouncil of Statelccn-n80067080England and WalesLord Protector (1653-1658 : O. Cromwell)lccn-n85086948Dugard, William1606-1662prtlccn-n84134225England and WalesParliamentlccn-nr93041232Field, John-1668bslprtlccn-n80067079Cromwell, Oliver1599-1658lccn-nr96007640Newcomb, Thomas-1691bslprtlccn-n82068147England and Waleslccn-nr94036809Newcomb, Thomas-1681 or 1682bslprtlccn-n79041716Catholic ChurchHills, Henry-1689?HarmoniesHistoryDramaParaphrasesSourcesControversial literatureBiographyConcordancesPeriodicalsNewspapersBible.--GospelsGreat BritainEnglandSpanish Conquest of Granada (1476-1492)AgricultureSpain--Granada (Reino)Political scienceSpain--Granada (Kingdom)BelgiumFranceInternational relationsNetherlandsBible.--PsalmsBibleDutch War (1672-1678)IrelandCatholic ChurchTheology, DoctrinalIgnatius,--of Loyola, Saint,England and Wales.--ParliamentSoulSpenser, Edmund,TransubstantiationDueling--Law and legislationWar--CausesMaritime lawCivil War (Great Britain : 1642-1649)Bible.--ApocryphaHills, Henry,Pius--IV,--Pope,Pius--IV,--Pope,Washington, Martha,Henley familyDandridge familyLegislative bodies--DissolutionRepentanceJesuitsChristian saintsSpainField, John,PrintersKilburne, WilliamTitle pagesEnglish drama--Early modern and ElizabethanWaldensesChristian hereticsChristian heresiesItalyProtestantsItaly--Piedmont16891643164416461647164816491651165216531654165516561657165816591660166116671672167316771678167916801681168216831684168516861687168817081710171517161713361443282PR1121ocn006161007ocn005690129ocn024575250ocn004744432ocn012894253ocn006405665ocn008048878ocn008266664ocn015337814ocn030900991ocn458054419ocn464967490ocn464990689ocn464967536ocn465186185ocn578586132ocn470586463ocn461108062ocn465186211ocn465187396ocn054144533ocn054144502ocn079895697ocn077884998ocn8634909651793ocn007934047book16670.93Hills, HenryA short treatise concerning the propagation of the soul1026ocn011749218book16880.94The Life of H.H. with the relation at large of what passed betwixt him and the taylors wife in Black-friars, according to the original : likewise particular remarks of his behaviour ever since, which proves (tho times change) him to be the same H.H. stillBiography821ocn006161007book16790.92Spenser, EdmundThe works of that famous English poet, Mr. Edmond Spenser, viz. The faery queen, The shepherds calendar, The history of Ireland, &c. whereunto is added an account of his life, with other new additions never before in print581ocn565848934file16540.90England and WalesAn ordinance against challenges, duells, and all provocations thereuntoHistory581ocn520904554file16530.73England and WalesA declaration of the Lord-General and his Councel of Officers Shewing the grounds and reasons for the dissolution of the late Parliament·HistorySources521ocn005690129book16580.84Morland, SamuelThe history of the Evangelical churches in the valleys of Piemont : containing a most exact geographical description of the place, and a faithfull account of the doctrine, life, and persecutions of the ancient inhabitants; together, with a most naked and punctual relation of the late bloudy massacre, 1655 and a narrative of all the following transactions, to the year of Our Lord, 1658; all which are justified, partly by divers ancient manuscripts written many hundred years before Calvin or Luther, and partly by other most authentick attestations: the true originals of the greatest part whereof, are to be seen in their proper languages by all the curious, in the public library of the famous University of CambridgeHistory442ocn024575250book16550.84England and WalesHis Highness speech to the Parliament in the painted chamber, at their dissolution, upon Monday the 22d. of January, 1654. Published to prevent mistakes, and false copiesHistorySources402ocn004744432book16860.81Bouhours, DominiqueThe life of St. Ignatius, founder of the Society of JesusHistoryBiography372ocn606710761file0.94The publick intelligencer Communicating the chief occurrences and proceedings within the dominions of England, Scotland, and Ireland: together with an account of affaires from severall parts of EuropeHistoryPeriodicalsNewspapers352ocn606711941file0.93The impartial intelligencer faithfully communicating the several affairs of, and in relation to, the three nations of England, Ireland, and ScotlandHistoryPeriodicals331ocn005527553book16720.90Stubbe, HenryA justification of the present war against the United Netherlands wherein the declaration of His Majesty is vindicated and the war proved to be just, honourable, and necessary, the dominion of the sea explained, and His Majesties rights thereunto asserted, the obligations of the Dutch to England and their continual ingratitude : illustrated with sculptures : in answer to a Dutch treatise entituled Considerations upon the present state of the United NetherlandsHistory261ocn006405665book16780.90Dryden, JohnThe conquest of Granada by the Spaniards in two parts : acted at the Theatre RoyallHistoryDrama261ocn012894253book16810.93England and WalesThe answers commanded by His Majesty to be given by the Right Honourable, the Earl of Nottingham, Ld H. Chancellour of England, upon several addresses presented to His Majesty in council at Hampton-court, the 19th of May, 1681HistorySources211ocn008048878book16870.88Gother, JohnPope Pius his profession of faith vindicated from novelty in additional articles191ocn008266664book16870.88Basset, JoshuaReason and authority, or, The motives of a late Protestants reconciliation to the Catholic Church together with remarks upon some late discourses against transubstantiationControversial literature171ocn015337814book16510.90Hartlib, SamuelSamuel Hartlib his legacie, or, An enlargement of the Discourse of husbandry used in Brabant and Flaunders wherein are bequeathed to the common-wealth of England more outlandish and domestick experiments and secrets in reference to universall husbandry161ocn030900991book16780.90Prynne, WilliamThe grand designs of the papists, in the reign of our late sovereign, Charles the I and now carried on against His Present Majesty, his government, and the Protestant religionHistoryControversial literature156ocn049845777book16600.86The Holy Bible: containing the Old Testament and the NewCommentariesConcordancesParaphrasesIllustrationsHarmoniesPrayers1310ocn270546318book16600.84The Holy Bible containing the Old Testament and the NewConcordancesPortraitsParaphrasesLacks title-page and early pages of the Book of Common Prayer. Bible also lacks title-page. Has been rebound and pages trimmed132ocn043141029book16560.84England and WalesBy the Protector. A proclamation commanding all persons who have been in arms or assisted in the wars against the state to depart out of the cities of London and Westminster and late lines of communication on or before the twelfth day of September instantHistory794ocn767511255file16590.70A True state of the case of John Field and Henry Hills, the Parliaments printers shewing the lawfulness of their interest in the sole printing of the Bible, and setting forth the causelessness of those frequent calumnies ...481ocn766922138com16840.70A view of part of the many traiterous, disloyal, and turn-about actions of H.H. Senior, sometimes printer to Cromwel, to the Common-wealth, to the Anabaptist congregation, to Cromwel's army, committee of safety, rump Parliament, &c71ocn041292423book16590.90Kilburne, WilliamDangerous errors in several late printed Bibles to the great scandal, and corruption of sound and true religion11ocn154233760art19060.10Hills, William SanfordHenry I. Hills, son of Amasa Hills and Eunice (Rathburn); born 1804Fri Mar 21 15:58:50 EDT 2014batch21829