Hawkins, Robert, active 17th century-18th century. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The perjur'd phanatick, or, The malicious conspiracy of Sr. John Croke of Chilton, Henry Larimore and other phanaticks against the life of Robert Hawkins, clerk, and late minister of Chilton, occasioned by his suit for tiths : discovered in a tryal at Alisbury before the Right Honourable Sir Matthew Hale, then Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer and Lord Chief Justice of England.
Hawkins, Thomas. : The answer of Mr. Waller : to Mr. Hawkins's report, given in at the general court of the Governour and Company of the Mine-Adventurers of England, the 15th of December, 1709. Printed for the justification of the said Waller, and Satisfaction of the Partners.
Hawkins, William, -- Library. : Bibliotheca Hawkinsiana, sive, Catalogus variorum librorum ex bibliotheca selectissima Rev. Doct. Viri Guil. Hawkins, S.T.D. Ecclesiæ Cathedralis Norvicensis Prebendarii : necnon Reverendiss. in Christo Patri Eduardo Reynoldes, Episcopo olim Norvicensi Domestici Cappellani : accesserunt etiam (una cum aliis) libri quidam Gallici, Ital. & Hispanici qui venales habentur Londini in ædibus D. Georgii Thomason in vico dicto Mugwell- Street, non procul a porta vulgo nuncupata Cripplegate 13 die mensis Aprilis 1685.
Hawkins, William Webster, 1842-1918 -- Diaries. : The Tetley affair, or, Colonial dreams and nightmares : being an account of the career of Joseph Dresser Tetley, M.L.C. from 1858 to 1869 at Kekerengu, Starborough, Te Tatua and elsewhere / Helen J. Loftus.
Hawkins, Yusuf. : For the color of his skin : the murder of Yusuf Hawkins and the trial of Bensonhurst / John DeSantis ; introduction by Alan M. Dershowitz.
Hawks -- Early works to 1800. : Adelard of Bath, conversations with his nephew : On the same and the different, Questions on natural science, and On birds / edited and translated by Charles Burnett ; with the collaboration of Italo Ronca, Pedro Mantas España, and Baudouin van den Abeele.
Hawks, John, 1707-1784 -- Early works to 1800. : An authentic account of the life of Joseph Radley, an notorious highwayman, (not eighteen years of age), who was executed at Aylesbury, on Thursday the 5th day of August, 1784 [electronic resource] : give a most minute account of his life from his birth, to the present unhappy period, with the numerous robberies he committed in different places, also a particular description of the manner he effected his escape the first time he was apprehended, his behaviour when under condemnation, and at the place of execution, with his interment : likewise a short detail of the lives of Thomas Easden, and John Hawkes, who were executed at Aylesbury, the same day, for different robberies / written by Joseph Radley.
Hawks -- Juvenile literature. : The cocky, the crow and the hawk : a Dreaming narrative / belonging to Matingali Napanangka Mudgedell ; series edited by Christine Nicholls assisted by Sue Williams.