Hartley, Harriet Say. : Minutes of evidence taken upon the second reading of the bill, intituled "An act to dissolve the marriage of John Bernard Hartley Esquire with Harriet Say Hartley his now wife, and to enable him to marry again and for other purposes." [electronic resource].
Hartley, Harry J. : Educational planning, programming, budgeting : a systems approach / Harry J. Hartley.
Hartley, James, b. 1714. : Speculum coeleste [electronic resource] : being an ephemeris of the celestial motions, with an almanack for the year 1732. It being Bissextile or Leap Year, and from the Creation, 5681 Years. Wherein is contain'd The Daily Motions of the Planets, together with their various Configurations and Aspects, both mutual and lunar: Amplified with Observations Astrological and Meteorological in each Month; with an exact Calculation of the Eclipses of the Luminaries; the New and Full Moons; the Rising and Setting of the Sun; the Moon's southing; with an easy Table to find her Rising and Setting; the Sun's Entrance into the four Cardinal Signs; with an Astrological Judgment of the State of the Year deduced therefrom. To which is added A Table whereby a General Judgment of the Weather may be given for ever; with several other useful and beneficial Tables, fit and commodious for such a Work. Calculated according to Art, and referred to the Meridian of London, but to the Latitude of 53⁰ 40' North, it being the Latitude of Colne Lancashire. By James Hartley, Mathematician. .