Hubbard, Henry G., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the Supreme Court of the United States, December term, 1870, Cornelius Brainard, collector of Internal Revenue, plaintiff in error, vs. Henry G. Hubbard, No. 122 [electronic resource] : in error to the Supreme Court of Errors of the State of Connecticut : brief for the United States.
Hubbard, Hiram -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Trial of James Lackey, Isaac Evertson, Chauncy H. Coe, Holloway Howard, Hiram Hubbard, John Butterfield, James Ganson, Asa Knowlen, Harris Seymour, Henry Howard, and Moses Roberts [electronic resource] : for kidnapping Capt. William Morgan at the Ontario General Sessions held at Canandaigua, Ontario County, Aug. 22, 1827.
Hubbard, John, 1691 or 1692-1743. : An elegy, sacred to the memory of the late learned and Rev. Mr. John Hubbard : who departed this life July 13, 1743, in the 51st year of his age. / This elegy is formed from the dying-bed language and sentiments of the deceas'd, as deliver'd in his funeral sermon, preach'd by the Rev. John Guyse, D.D.
Hubbard, John, 1726-1794. : A sermon, delivered Dec. 2, 1794 : at the funeral of that good man, and faithful minister of Christ, the Rev. John Hubbard, Pastor of the church, in Northfield, who departed this life November 28, 1794, in the LXIXth. year of his age, and the XLVth. of his ministry. By Joseph Lyman, A.M. Pastor of the church in Hatfield.
Hubbard, Leonidas, 1872-1903. : A woman's way through unknown Labrador : an account of the exploration of the Nascaupee and George rivers / by Mrs. Leonidas Hubbard, junior; with portraits and illustrations.
Hubbard, Robert, 1743-1788. : A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Robert Hubbard, [electronic resource] : to the pastoral care of the church and society of Shelburne (a district of the town of Deerfield) October 20th, 1773. / By Enoch Huntington A.M. Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Middletown. ; [Two lines from Paul]
Hubbard, Thomas, 1758-1808. : To the public. [electronic resource] : When an individual, in his personal quarrels with his fellow-citizen, has the effrontery to appeal to the community ... he then voluntariy exposes himself ... to the animadversions of the public pen ... Impressed with these sentiments, we the inhabitants of the town of Hampton, have thought proper to publish a few remarks, respecting the conduct of Mr. Samuel Green towards Mr. Thomas Farnham, who we assert, has for the term of fifteen years been an honest, faithful and judicious servant of the public, in character of post-rider.
Hubbard -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Kent Lent Assizes, 1805 [electronic resource] : before the Honorable Mr. Justice Heath, Mr. Justice Rooke, and John Minet Fector, Esq., high sheriff, an account of all the causes tried at Maidstone, and those of any importance fully and accurately detailed : to which is added, a list of the prisoners, with the particulars of their respective offences and trials, with the sentences which they received / by a short-hand writer.
Hubbard, William, 1621 or 1622-1704. : American history : containing Belknap's Biographies of the early discovers, Robertson's History of South America, Graham's History of North America, and the North American colonies, Ramsey's History of the United States, continued to the present time : the history of three judges of Charles I. who fled to America and were concealed in Massachusetts and Connecticut for near thirty years, and Hubbard's History of the Indian wars in New England; giving to the reader a full view of the history of America, from the earliest discovery to the present day, with a copious general index, and abounding with notes, biographical sketches, etc., embellished with elegant steel engravings.
Hubbard, William J. (William Joseph), 1802-1864. : Sketch of the life and character of Hon. William J. Hubbard [electronic resource] : delivered at his funeral / by John E. Todd ; together with proceedings of the Suffolk Bar and remarks of Chief Justice Bigelow, and Henry W. Paine.
Hubbard, William. : Renaissance tales of desire [electronic resource] : Hermaphroditus and Salmacis, Theseus and Ariadne, Ceyx and Alcione / edited by Sophie Chiari ; with a preface by Sarah A. Brown.