Hart, P. E. (Peter Edward). : Industrial concentration and economic inequality : essays in honour of Peter Hart / edited by Mark Casson and John Creedy.
Hart, Patrick -- Trials, litigation, etc. : A Complete collection of state trials and proceedings for high treason and other crimes and misdemeanors from the earliest period to the year 1783 [electronic resource] : with notes and other illustrations / compiled by T.B. Howell; and continued from the year 1783 to the present time by Thomas Jones Howell.
Hart, Philip S. : Something about the author. Volume 180 [electronic resource] / Lisa Kumar, project editor.
Hart, Richard H. : Assiduity : being a memoir of the late Mr. Richard H. Hart of Stawell (some time President of the Australian Natives Association) / by Thos. Williams.
Hart, Richard, Sir. : The Bristol address, to the Right Worshipful Sir Richard Hart, kt. and Thomas Earle, esq., now chosen representatives in Parliament for this city of Bristol [electronic resource]
Hart, Richard, Sir -- Early works to 1800. : To the right worshipful Sir Richard Hart, Knight, and Thomas Earle, Esquire, [electronic resource] : now chosen representatives in Parliament for this city of Bristol.
Hart, Robert, 1835-1911 -- Diaries. : Entering China's service : Robert Hart's journals, 1854-1863 / edited and with narratives by Katherine F. Bruner, John K. Fairbank, Richard J. Smith.
Hart, Robert, Sir, 1835-1911 -- Diaries. : Robert Hart and China's early modernization : his journals, 1863-1866 / edited and with narratives by Richard J. Smith, John K. Fairbank, Katherine F. Bruner.
Hart, Roger. : Old man Fog : and the last Aborigines of Barrow Point / John B. Haviland with Roger Hart ; illustrations by Tulo Gordon.
Hart, Sarah, 1752-1788 -- Poetry. : An Elegy to the memory of Miss Sarah Hart, daughter to the Rev. William Hart, of Saybrook, [electronic resource] : who departed this life June 24th, 1788, in the 35th year of her age.
Hart, Sarah, d. 1845. : Trial of John Tawell [electronic resource] : for the murder of Sarah Hart by prussic acid with remarks / by David Skae.
Hart, Thomas, 1644-1726. : The happiness of the godly at death opened and improved, [electronic resource] : in a sermon preached at Farmington Aug. 28. 1726. On the Sabbath after the death of the aged and honourable Capt. Thomas Hart. Who departed this life, Aug. 27. 1726. in the 82 year of his age. / By Samuel Whitman, M.A. Pastor of the church in Farmington. ; [Two lines from Proverbs] ; Publish'd and printed at the desire & cost of his surviving children.
Hart, Thomas Charles. : A different kind of victory : a biography of Admiral Thomas C. Hart / by James Leutze.
Hart, Tom, 1969- -- Family -- Comic books, strips, etc. : Rosalie Lightning : a graphic memoir / by Tom Hart and Rosalie Lightning AND Leela Corman and the residents of New York City, Gainesville, Florida, New Mexico, AND Hawaii, as well as various singer-songwriters, film directors, actors, animators, comic artists, donors, lovers and friends.
Hart, W. C. : Confessions of an anarchist / by W.C. Hart.
Hart, William, 1713-1784. : God the dwelling place of the righteous in all generations. [electronic resource] : A sermon, preached at the funeral of Rev. William Hart, Senior Pastor of the First Church in Say-Brook, July 13, 1784. Who died in the seventy-second year of his age, and forty-eighth of his ministry. / By John Devotion, A.M. Pastor of the Third Church in Say-Brook. ; [Four lines of Scripture text]
Hart, William, 1713-1784. Remarks on a late pamphlet, wrote by Mr. Hobart. : A vindication of the piece, entitled, "The principles of Congregational churches, relating to the constitution and authority of ecclesiastical councils, considered; and applied to the case of the late ordination at Wallingford." [electronic resource] : Occasioned by the remarks made thereon; by Mr. Hart. / By Noah Hobart, A.M. author of the said piece. ; [Two lines from Isaiah]
Hart, William, Sir, moss trooper -- Early works to 1800. : The knight errant [electronic resource] : being a witty, notable and true relation of the strange adventures of Sir William Hart now prisoner in the tower: his severall exploits, cheats, and most witty tricks by him acted ever since his first beeing untill his proclaiming the Scotch king at Worcester, in August last. Written by J.B. Gent.
Hart, William, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Titles to land in the city of San Francisco, Supreme Court of California, December, 1859, Wm. Hart, respondent, vs. Burnett et als, appellants, ejectment, argument of Edmund Randolph, for appellants [electronic resource] / (reported by Charles A. Sumner.).
Hartcourt, Ellen, d. 1661. : [Mataiobrachytēs tou biou] [electronic resource] = The brevity and vanity of man's life : discovered in a sermon preached at the funerals of Mrs. Ellen Hartcourt, youngest daughter to the virtuous and excellent Lady Cony of Stoke in Lincolnshire, who was interr'd in Saint Andrews-Holborn-Church, March 23, 1661, being married that day five weeks before / by Richard Henchman.
Hartcourt, Simon. : A Full and true account of a notorious and bold robbery comitted on Hounslow-Heath of Friday last, 1700, by Jonathon Lan and Guy Cook, two highway-men [electronic resource] : particularly how they robbed Simon Hartcourt of the Middle Temple Esq., of 35 guines, ten lewe's d'ors, a silver watch, and several things of great value : as also how they were taken after a strange manner and committed to Newgate by the Lord Cheif Justice Holt on Saturday last.