Hate speech -- Congresses. : Group defamation and freedom of speech : the relationship between language and violence / edited by Monroe H. Freedman and Eric M. Freedman ; prepared under the auspices of Hofstra University.
Hatfeild, Anthony. : Le Consulat anglais à Tétouan sous Anthony Hatfeild (1717-1728) : étude et édition de textes / Dominique Meunier ; préface de Chantal de la Véronne.
Hatfield Chase (England) -- History -- Early works to 1800. : To the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, Scotland & Ireland : the case and proceedings of at least 60 gentlemen, participants and purchasers for valuable consideration of lands, in the levell of Hatfield Chace, the counties of York, Lincoln, and Nottingham, and more than 200 of their tenants who have been despoiled of their estates by the inhumane and barbarous riots of the inhabitants of the mannor of Epworth, whereof some have been murthered, others wounded, the church with their houses demolished, and the materials thereof, with their goods taken from them by force : for which cause they the said rioters were exempted in the last act of generall pardon : humbly presented to the consideration of this present Parliament for redress and reparation of their so great losses and damages, as it was also to the Parliament then sitting in January 1651.
Hatfield, E. H. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the Circuit Court of Cook County, the people, ex rel., Edward Tilden vs. E.H. Hatfield, assistant sergeant-at-arms, Illinois State Senate [electronic resource] : no. 305, 348, habeas corpus / decision of Honorable Adelor J. Petit, judge.
Hatfield, John, 1758?-1803. : The Life of John Hatfield [electronic resource] : commonly called the Keswick imposter, with an account of his trial and execution for forgery : and also his marriage with "Mary of Buttermere", illustrated with her portrait and a drawing of the inn in which she was born : to which is added the celebrated Borrowdale letter showing the native dialect of this district.
Hatfield (Mass.) -- History -- Early works to 1800. : At a Council held at Boston the 22d. of August 1678. : whereas Benjamin Wait and Stephen Jennings of Hadley on the 24th. of October last 1677. were appointed and ordered by the honoured Governour John Leveret Esq. to take their journey to Canada in order to their procuring the several English captives that were taken by the Indians from Hatfield on the 19th. of September last ...
Hatfield Moors (England) -- Antiquities. : Modelling archaeology and palaeoenvironments in wetlands : the hidden landscape archaeology of Hatfield and Thorne Moors, eastern England / Henry P. Chapman and Benjamin R. Gearey ; with contributions by Michael Bamforth, Nóra Bermingham, Pete Marshall, Ian Powlesland, Maisie Taylor, and Nicki Whitehouse.