Drowning victims -- Connecticut -- Haddam. : The surprizing variety of the acts of Divine Providence in the government of the world, the prefect work of God; and the design and tendency of it to promote true religion among men. [electronic resource] : The substance of two discourses, preached to the First Society in Lebanon, September 13th, 1741. On occasion of the sudden death of Mr. John Woodward, who was drown'd in passing the ferry at Haddam, the 8th, instant: and of the deliverance of Mr. Samuel Gray, who at the same time was wonderfully preserved from death; with some others. / By Solomon Williams, M.A. Pastor of the First Church in Lebanon. ; Published at the desire of the relatives, and diverse of the young people. ; [Four lines from Psalms]
Executions and executioners -- Connecticut -- Haddam. : A sermon preached at Haddam, June 14, 1797. [electronic resource] : On the day of the execution of Thomas Starr, condemned for the murder of his kinsman, Samuel Cornwell, by seven wounds given him, by a penknife, in the trunk of his body, July 26th, 1796, of which he languished a few days and died: : with a sketch of the life and character of said Starr. / By Enoch Huntington, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Middletown. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]
Hadden, George, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Harry Weinberger, plaintiff, against Edward S. Smith, Nellie B. Moore, George Hadden and Paul Eugene Jones, executors of the estate of Millard F. Smith and David Bernstein, defendants [electronic resource] : appellant's brief.
Haddenham (Cambridgeshire, England) -- Antiquities. : Marshland communities and cultural landscapes : from the Bronze Age to present day / by Christopher Evans & Ian Hodder ; with contributions from Mark Beech ... [and others] ; principal illustrations by Crane Begg, Marc Berger & Andrew Hall.
Marshes -- England -- Haddenham (Cambridgeshire) -- History. : Marshland communities and cultural landscapes : from the Bronze Age to present day / by Christopher Evans & Ian Hodder ; with contributions from Mark Beech ... [and others] ; principal illustrations by Crane Begg, Marc Berger & Andrew Hall.