Hodgson, Thomas, fl. 1785-1817 : A curious hieroglyphick Bible, or, Select passages in the Old and New Testaments, represented with emblematical figures, for the amusement of youth : designed chiefly to familiarize tender age, in a pleasing and diverting manner, with early ideas of the Holy Scriptures : to which are subjoined, a short account of the lives of the Evangelists, and other pieces, illustrated with cuts.
Hodgson, Thomas Laidman, 1787-1850. : Memoirs of Mrs. Anne Hodgson : compiled from materials furnished by her husband, the Rev. T. L. Hodgson. Comprising, also, an account of the commencement and progress of the Wesleyan mission amongst the Griqua and Bechuana tribes of Southern Africa / [edited] by W. Shaw.
Hodgson, William, active 18th century. : William Hodgson, Gent. appellant. The Right Honourable George Earl of Warrington, in his own right and as administrator of his late brother the Honourable Henry Booth, Esq; deceased, respondent. The said Earl, appellant. And the said William Hodgson and Thomas Warren administrator of Thomas Warren deceased, respondents. The case of the Earl of Warrington on both the appeals.
Hodgson, William, : The trial at large of William Hodgson, of Leeds, aged 19 years, for a rape committed on the night of the twelfth of April 1811, on the body of Harriet Halliday, of the same place, aged 16 [electronic resource] / taken by a short-hand writer ; with the address of Sir George Wood, knight, on Saturday August 10, 1811, on passing the awful sentence of death upon the prisoner ; to which is added, a genuine letter from Wm. Hodgson, to his mother, after his conviction.
Hodgson, Willoughby, : Old English china / by Mrs. Willoughby Hodgson; with sixteen colour plates by Mrs. Dudley Forsyth, Miss Janet Leveson-Gower, and the Arts Co., Derby, and sixty-four illustrations from photographs.