Hulks, Prison -- See Prison hulks --subdivision Prisons under names of individual navies, e.g. United States. Navy--Prisons
Hull, Agrippa, 1759-1848. : Friends of liberty : Thomas Jefferson, Tadeusz Kościuszko, and Agrippa Hull : a tale of three patriots, two revolutions, and a tragic betrayal of freedom in the new nation / Gary B. Nash and Graham Russell Gao Hodges.
Bounties -- Massachusetts -- Hull. : Advertisement. [electronic resource] : These are to give notice to all persons where these papers shall come; that a servant man belonging to Hannah Bosworth of Hull; whose name is Matthew Jones: he is a taylor by trade ... ran away from his mistress the 22d. of February 1682. ...
Bounties -- Massachusetts -- Hull -- Early works to 1800. : Advertisement : These are to give notice to all persons where these papers shall come; that a servant man belonging to Hannah Bosworth of Hull; whose name is Matthew Jones: he is a taylor by trade ... ran away from his mistress the 22d. of February 1682.
Dissenters, Religious -- England -- Hull. : The obligations of Christians to support a conversation becoming the gospel. A sermon, preached to a congregation of Protestant dissenters in Hull, February 8, 1795, on occasion of their forming themselves into a Christian society, under the pastoral care of the Revd. William Pendered. By Thomas Langdon.
Elections -- England -- Hull -- Early works to 1800. : A copy of the poll, (In alphabetical order.) taken at the Guild-Hall, in the town of Kingston upon hull, o'Wednesday the 12th, and Thursday the 13th of october, 1774. : Before Ralph Darling, Esq; sheriff and alderman of the said town. By virtue of a writ for electing two members to serve in Parliament; the right hod. Lord Robert Manners. The hod. Thomas Shirley, David Hartley, Esq; candidates.
Hull, Elias, 1778-1822. : A sermon preached at the instalment of the Reverend Elias Hull, [electronic resource] : to the pastoral office over the Church of Christ in Seabrook--Feb. 6th, 1799. / By Caleb Prentiss, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Reading.
Hull, Elizabeth, : A relation of the religious experience of Miss Elizabeth Hull, [electronic resource] : a sister of the Second Church of Christ, in Methuen. : [Three lines from Peter]
Hull (England) -- Directories -- Early works to 1800. : Battle's hull directory, for the year 1791 : Containing an alphabetical list of the [J]ames and residence of the representatives in Parliament-mayor, recorder, aldermen, sheriff, and subordinate officers of the corporation - of the bankers, merchants, tradesmen, principal inhabitants, officers of the Customs, Excise, &c. [l]ist of governor's &c. of the work house - the corporation of the Trinity-House, Dock Company, governors, &c. of the general infirmary list of the underwriters, policy brokers, agents to the Fire officers, &c. Quarter sessions at Hull, time of the post coming and going, &c. List of the coasting vessels, market boats, &c. Time when the coaches, diligences, carriers, &c. come in and return, the inns they use, &c. Time of the boats leaving Hull and returning from Barton, calculated with exactitude for every day in the year: with the stamp and window duty. To which is added, a directory for beverley. To be continued annually.
Hull (England) -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 -- Sources. : Manchesters resolvtion against the Lord Strange. : With the Parliaments endeavour and care for the prevention of such sad calamities that may ensue upon the nation, by their severall votes, resolved upon in the House of Peers, and in the House of Commons, for the securing of the Kingdome of England, and Dominion of Wales. / Iohn Brown Cler. Parliamen. ; Also a remarkable passage concerning His Majesties blocking up of Hull.
Hull (England) -- History, Military. : An Extract of all the passages from Hull, York, and Lincolnshire, being taken out of sundry letters, and sent by the last post : being a true relation of His Majesties proceedings in those parts.
Hull (England) -- History, Military -- Early works to 1800. : Exceeding good newes from Beverley, Yorke, Hull, and Newcastle. : With the valliant acts of Sir John Hotham over the walls of Hull against the Kings forces, and how he hath taken ten captaines and cavalleres prisoners that were going to Barton in Lincolnshire. And how Sir John Hotham gave command to pull the mayors gowne of Hull off from his backe, and set a guard about his house. As also how Sir Iohn Hotham gave command to burne the houses that stood betwixt the Kings forces and Hull, least any of the Kings forces should shelter themselves, and so to assault the towne.
Hull (England) -- History -- Siege, 1644 -- Sermons. : Huls pillar of providence erected: or The providentiall columne : setting out heavens care for deliverance of that people, with extraordinary power and providence from the bloud-sucking Cavaliers, who had for six weeks closely besieged them. By T. C. minister of Gods Word. Imprimatur Charles Herle.