Hewitt, John, 1719-1802. : The proceedings of J. Hewitt : alderman, and one of his Majesty's justices of the peace, for the city and county of Coventry, in the year 1756. Being a particular account of the gang of coiners, apprehended in the Counties of Oxford, Warwick, and Stafford, pursued by the Author; Nine of whom were committed to the Goal of this City; part of whom were Tried, Convicted, and Executed there in 1756: With Abstracts from their Letters, Papers, &c. found upon them from their several Agents, and Accomplices, both Abroad and in different Parts of this Kingdom. Their principal Agents who made large Sums will be pointed out; the Cause they owed their Escape from the Punishments due to their Crimes will be stated, and their several Connections with the Lancashire and Yorkshire Coiners, of whom Thomas Lightowller was a particular Instructor, will be set forth. The extraordinary adventures of the said Thomas Lightowller, The greatest mechanical Genius of his Time; Who escaped from this Kingdom, when Stell, and others of that numerous of Gang Yorkshire Coiners, were Apprehen.
Hewitt, Joseph -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The whole proceedings on the King's Commission of the Peace Oyer and Terminer and Gaol Delivery for the city of London and also the Gaol Delivery for the county of Middlesex [electronic resource] : held at Justice Hall in the Old Bailey, on Wednesday, 4th of December, 1822, and the following days : being the first session in the mayoralty of the Right Hon. William HeyGate, lord mayor of the city of London / taken in short-hand by H. Buckler ; (by authority of the Corporation of the city of London).
Hewlet, William, : The tryall and condemnation of Col. Daniel Axtell, who guarded the High-Court of Injustice. Col. Francis Hacker, who guarded His Sacred Majesty to the scaffold. Cap. Hewlet, who was proved to be the man that butchered His Majesty. : Together with, their severall pleas, and the answers thereunto. At the sessions-house in the Old-baily, on Monday the 15. of October, 1660. By the judges appointed by the King for that purpose.
Hewlett-Packard computers -- Programming. : HP vertica essentials : learn how to deploy, administer, and manage HP Vertica, one of the most robust MPP solutions around / Rishabh Agrawal ; cover image by Paul Steven.
Hewlett, Susan O., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Thomas F. Duffy, plaintiff, against Thomas F. Shirden, James R. Shirden, William Shirden, Elizabeth A. Hughes, Mary I. Hunt, David G. Hollis, Emma L. Hollis, Susan O. Hewlett, Salvador Rodriguez, Alice L. Ogden, the people of the state of New York, and "all other persons, if any, who have any right or interest in or lien upon said property or any part thereof," and "all other persons, if any, having any right or interest in or lien upon said property or any part thereof," defendants [electronic resource].
Hewley, Christopher. : The answers and case of Francis VVyvill and Ann his VVife, to the petition and appeal of Dorothy Hewley : Exhibited by or on her behalf against them, to the right honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled.
Hewley, Sarah, 1627-1710. : Lady Hewley's charities : a full report of the hearing in the House of Lords on the 13th, 14th, and 15th day of May, and the 24th, 25th, and 28th of June, 1839 : on the appeal of the trustees : (from the short-hand notes of Messrs. Gurney and son) : to which are prefixed, the judgment of the vice-chancellor, on the original hearing of the cause before him, Dec. 23rd, 1833, the judgment of Lord Lyndhurst on the appeal to him as Lord Chancellor, delivered 5th Feb., 1836 : the case of the appellants : the case of the respondents.
Hewley, Sarah, 1627-1710 -- Will. : Substance of the speech of Charles Purton Cooper, Esq. as counsel for the Rev. Charles Wellbeloved, in the suit of the Attorney General versus Shore : instituted in the High Court of Chancery, respecting Lady Hewley's foundations, Wednesday, 2d July, 1834.
Hewley, Sarah, 1627-1710 -- Estate. : "Christ's Holy Gospel" vindicated and Socinianism exposed [electronic resource] : being a copious report of the proceedings before the Vice-Chancellor in the matter of Lady Hewley's Charity : with critical and explanatory notes.
Hewley, Sarah, 1627-1710 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Lady Hewley's charities, the judgment of Lord Lyndhurst, delivered in Gray's Inn Hall, on Friday, February 11, 1836 [electronic resource] / printed by permission of His Lordship, from the corrected short-hand notes of Mr. Gurney ; to which is prefixed, the joint opinion of Mr. Baron Alderson & Mr. Justice Patteson, from the original ms.
Hews, Francis. -- Early works to 1800. : Spoils, won in the day of battle : and dedicated to the use of the church of christ: or, God's gracious dealings with the author, ... Francis Hews, ...
Hews, Morgan. -- Early works to 1800. : A hue and-cry after Morgan Hews post-man in Southwark: or, A full and true account of his breaking open a letter : supposing ther had been chequer bills for money, and it proved a bond to be put in sut.