[Hackabout, Jane] -- Early works to 1800. : Fortune's fickle distribution [electronic resource] : In three parts. Containing first, the life and death of moll flanders; who was born in Newgate; debauch'd by her lady's eldest son, and then married to his brother; after whose death, she was twelve years a common whore; twelve years a thief; six times a married wife, once to her own brother; condemned at the Old Baily; eight years a transport; and at last married moll raby's sister in the disguise of a rich planter, who cheated her of what she had, and broke her heart, in the 77th year of her age. Part II. The life of Jane Hackabout, her governness, who was an attorney's daughter, a lady's woman, a whore, a bawd, a pawnbroker, a breeder up of thieves, a receiver of stolen goods, and at last died a penitent. Part III. The life of James Mac-faul, moll flanders's Lancashire husband, who was born in Ireland, came into England; turned gentleman, gamester, highwayman, and at last being transported, died a wealthy merchant at Virginia.
Hackberry Ramblers. : Contemporary musicians. Volume 43 [electronic resource] : profiles of the people in music / Leigh Ann DeRemer, editor.
Hackensack (N.J.) -- Biography. : Eating with the enemy : how I waged peace with North Korea from my BBQ shack in Hackensack / Robert Egan and Kurt Pitzer.
Hackensack (N.J.) -- Church history. : A discourse, delivered at Hackinsack, June 28, 1796, [electronic resource] : on occasion of the meeting of a commission of synod to compose certain differences in the congregations of Hackinsack and Schralenburgh [sic]. / By William Linn, D.D. one of the ministers of the Reformed Dutch Church in the city of New-York.
Hacker, Francis, d. 1660 -- Speeches -- Humor -- Early works to 1800. : The two grand traytors lamentation: or, Strange news from the Tower of London [electronic resource] : being the several speeches of Col. Hacker, with a discovery of his pocket-engines, and Col. John Barkstead, the late usurping lieutenant of His Majesties tower royal and magazines.
Hacker, Marilyn, 1942- : Poetry for students. Volume 19 [electronic resource] : presenting analysis, context and criticism on commonly studied poetry / David Galens project editor ; foreword by David Kelly.
Hacker, Randi. : Something about the author. Volume 185 [electronic resource] / Lisa Kumar, project editor.
Hackers -- Government policy -- China. : 21st century Chinese cyberwarfare [electronic resource] : an examination of the Chinese cyberthreat from fundamentals of Communist policy regarding information warfare through the broad range of military, civilian and commercially supported cyberattack threat vectors / William T. Hagestad II.
Hackert, Philipp, 1737-1807 -- Correspondence. : Brieven van Jakob Philipp Hackert aan Johan Meerman uit de jaren 1779-1804 met enkele brieven van Johann Friedrich Reiffenstein / uitgegeven door Jos van Heel en Marion van Oudheusden, met medewerking van J.Th. de Booy.
Hacket, Cuthbert, Sir, d. 1631 -- Early works to 1800. : The triumphs of health and prosperity [electronic resource] : A noble solemnity performed through the city, at the sole cost and charges of the Honorable Fraternity of Drapers, at the inauguration of their most worthy brother, the Right Honorable, Cuthbert Hacket, Lord Major of the famous city of London. By Tho. Middleton Gent.
Hacket, John, 1592-1670 -- Early works to 1800. : Whereas the right reverend father in God, Dr. John Hacket, [electronic resource] : late Lord Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, out of his great kindness to Trinity college in Cambridge ...
Hacket, Peter -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of the trial of Thomas Hunter, Peter Hacket, Richard M'Neil, James Gibb, and William M'Lean, operative cotton-spinners in Glasgow [electronic resource] : before the High Court of Justiciary at Edinburgh, on Wednesday, January 3, 1838, and seven following days : for the crimes of illegal conspiracy and murder : with an appendix of documents and relative proceedings / by Archibald Swinton.
Hacket, William, d. 1591 -- Controversial literature. : The seduction of Arthington by Hacket especiallie [electronic resource] : with some tokens of his vnfained repentance and submission. Written by the said Henrie Arthington, the third person, in that wofull tragedie.
Hacket, William, d. 1591 -- Early works to 1800. : The seduction of Arthington by Hacket especiallie, [electronic resource] : with some tokens of his vnfained repentance and submission. / Written by the said Henrie Arthington, the third person, in that wofull tragedie.
Hackett, Bobby. : Contemporary musicians. Volume 21 [electronic resource] : profiles of the people in music / Stacy A. McConnell, editor.