Holyoake, Charles. : A large dictionary in three parts : I. The English before the Latin, containing above ten thousand words more than any dictionary yet extant, II. The Latin before the English, with correct and plentiful etymological derivations, philological observations, and phraseological explications ..., III. The proper names of persons, places and other things necessary to the understanding of historians ans poets : in the whole comprehending whatsoever is material in any author upon this subject : together with very considerable and ample additions, carried on by a diligent search into the perusal of very many authors both ancient and modern : whereby this work is rendred the most complete and useful of any that was ever yet extant in this kind / performed by the great pains and many years study of Thomas Holyoke.
Holyoke, Edward, -1660. : The doctrine of life, or, Of mans redemption, by the seed of Eve, the seed of Abraham, the seed of David, &c. : as it was taught in severall periods of time, from Gen. 3. 15. till Christ came in the flesh, to fulfill all typicall prefigurations of him by his death : wherein also sundry other fundamentall points are discussed and cleared from some common mistakes : as Daniels chronologie of seventy sevens, which is cleared from the uncertainty which too many expositors have unadvisedly cast upon it : and about the Jewes calling, that it must not be understand of any return to Canaan, or of their restauration to a perspicuous common wealth any more, but of the calling of a remnant of them to the faith, in the countries where they live dispersed : and with the true nature of our Lords sufferings, with sundry other such like points, as may be seen in the table : propounded by way of question and answer, with annotations thereunto annexed : divided into three parts / by Edward Holyoke of New-England.
Holyoke, Elizur, 1731-1806, : Goodness consider'd as an eminent qualification of a Christian minister. : In a sermon preached at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Henry True, to the pastoral care of the church in Hampstead, in the province of New-Hampshire, June 24, 1752. By Edward Barnard, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Haverhill.
Holyoke (Mass.) : Holyoke Water Power Company, petitioner, v. city of Holyoke [electronic resource] : before Everett C. Bumpus, James E. Cotter and Edmund K. Turner, commissioners appointed by the Supreme Judicial Court.
Holyoke Water Power Company, : Holyoke Water Power Company, petitioner, v. city of Holyoke [electronic resource] : before Everett C. Bumpus, James E. Cotter and Edmund K. Turner, commissioners appointed by the Supreme Judicial Court.