Hayward, Harry. : U.S. Department of Agriculture. Twentieth annual report of the Bureau of Animal Industry for the year 1903. [electronic resource]
Hayward, Harry T., 1866-1895, : The Ging murder and the great Hayward trial [electronic resource] : the official stenographic report containing every word of the wonderful trial from its opening to sentence of death, the rulings of the court, speeches of Frank M. Nye, W.W. Erwin, Albert H. Hall and John Day Smith, the court's charge, etc., etc. : supplemented by a dramatic story of the great crime / by Oscar F.G. Day.
Hayward, Harry T., -1895, : Lured to death, or, The Minneapolis murder : being an authentic account of the trial, sentence, confession, and execution of Harry T. Hayward for the murder of Miss Catherine M. Ging : with portraits of the principals, etc., etc. / by Stuart C. Wade.
Hayward, Henry, active 18th century. : Dame Mary Kinsey, widow and administratrix of Sir Tho. Kinsey, plt. Henry Hayward, ... deft. the defendent's case. In a writ of error upon a judgment of the King's Bench, ...
Hayward, John, 1781-1869 : The Book of Religions : Comprising the Views, Creeds, Sentiments, or Opinions, of All the Principal Religious Sects in the World, Particularly of All Christian Denominations in Europe and America, to Which are Added Church and Missionary Statistics, Together With Biographical Sketches [electronic resource] / John Hayward
Hayward, John, active 18th century. : The precious blood of the son of God : shed without the gates of Jerusalem for the redemption of lost and undone sinners: whereby his great love to mankind is undeniably manifested, in these following particulars; his agony in the garden; being betrayed by Judas, being falsly accused before Annas, Caiaphas, Herod and Pilate; his being scourged, scorned, and spitefully used; his condemnation and going to execution; how he was crucified; of his being reviled, and pardoning the thief upon the cross; and of his giving up the ghost. All which is practically applyed and improved, for the bringing of sinners out of the way of sin and hell, into wisdom's ways, whose ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace. By that eminent divine, Mr. John Hayward.
Hayward, John, active 1690. : The horrors and terrors of the hour of death and day of judgment that seize upon all impenitent and unbelieving sinners [electronic resource] : with some holy directions to die well and also the great danger of a long-delayed and death-bed repentance : to all which are addedsundry examples of God's dreadful judgements against violent breakers of his holy commandments. / by Mr. John Hayward.