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Hayward, Edward, active 17th century.
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    E-RESOURCE 1656

The ansvver of Edward Hayward : clerk of the survey at Chatham, (meerly for his own vindication) to a most abusive and scandalous pamphlet, lately published and dispersed by George Kendall, M.A. (as he stiles himself) and clerk of the survey at Deptf

    Hayward, Edward, active 17th century.
London : Printed by Peter Cole, printer, and book-seller, at the sign of the printing-press in Cornhil, by the Exchange.,        2 unnumbered pages, 14 pages 1656
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    PRINTED BOOKS c1968

The answer of Edward Hayward. 1967.

    Hayward, Edward, active 17th century.
London : F. Edwards,        141 unnumbered page ; 28 cm c1968
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    E-RESOURCE 1666

A full and perfect account of the sizes and lengths of riggins for all His Majesties ships and frigats : as also, proportions of boat-swains, and carpenters, stores of all kinds for eight months sea-service, on the coast of England. Also a particular

    Hayward, Edward, active 17th century.
London : printed for Robert Miller, next to the Three Pidgeons, in Bed-ford-street, in Covent Garden,        11 unnumbered page, 60 pages, 1 unnumbered page 1666
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    PRINTED BOOKS c1968

The sizes and lengths of riggings / by Edward Hayward, and the Hayward-Kendal pamphlet controversy, 1656. Introd. by R. C. Anderson.

    Hayward, Edward, active 17th century.
London : F. Edwards,        141 unnumbered page ; 28 cm c1968
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    E-RESOURCE 1655

The sizes and lengths of riggings for all the states ships and frigats : As also proportions of boatswains and carpenters stores, of all kinds, for eight months sea-service upon the coast of England: together with sundry other useful observations, as

    Hayward, Edward, active 17th century.
London : printed by Peter Cole, living in Leaden-Hall, and at the sign of the Printing-press in Cornhil, neer the Royal Exchange,        13 unnumbered pages, 60 pages, 1 unnumbered page 1655
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