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.
Hull (England) -- Religion -- 17th century. : Witnesses produced against Mr. John Shaw of Hull : attesting the publike charge against him, and much more. As, to be [brace] a notable turncoat and time-server; most scandalous in his actions; an enemy to good men; and a disquieter of the peace of the place, &c. Serving for the undeceiving of some, informing of others, and satisfying of all, as to the condition of the aforesaid M. Shaw. / By One who hopes and waits, to see corrupt men, and unjust things, less countenanced, and more suppressed.
Hull (England) -- Social conditions -- 19th century. : Report to the General Board of Health on a preliminary inquiry into the sewerage, drainage, and supply of water, and the sanitary condition of the inhabitants of the town and borough of Kingston-upon-Hull, in the county of York / by James Smith.
Hull, G. -- Correspondence. : The Sorell letters : the letters of William Sorell (1775-1848) Lieut.-Governor of Van Diemen's Land to Deputy Assistant Commissary General G. Hull, Hobart Town, 1820 / illustrated by Roderick Shaw.
Guilds -- England -- Hull. : Two thousand years of gild life : or, An outline of the history and development of the gild system from early times, with special reference to its application to trade and industry; together with a full account of the gilds and trading companies of Kingston-upon-Hull, from the 14th to the 18th century. / By Rev. J. Malet Lambert.
Indentured servants -- 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. ...
Hull, Jane L. de Forest. : Mrs. Hull's murder : being the full and only reliable history of the cruel, terrible tragedy in New York City : Mrs. Hull's fashionable life in London, Paris and New York : her presentation to Queen Victoria : she was said to be the most magnificent looking lady there : full details about the murderer : his only real confession.
Hull, John, 1624-1683. : The high esteem which God hath of the death of his saints. [electronic resource] : As it was delivered in a sermon preached October 7. 1683. Occasioned by the death of the Worshipful John Hull Esq: who deceased October 1, 1683. / By Samuel Willard teacher to a church in Boston. ; [Four lines of quotations]
Hull, John, 1624-1683. -- Sermons. : The high esteem which God hath of the death of his saints : as it was delivered in a sermon preached October 7, 1683, occasioned by the death of the worshipful John Hull, Esq. who deceased October 1, 1683 / by Samuel Willard.
Hull, John, 1701 or 2-1768. : Death a welcome messenger to the true Christian. [electronic resource] : A sermon, occasioned by the much lamented death, of Doctor John Hull, of New-Cheshire; who died May 25, 1768; in the 67th year of his age. / By John Foot, Pastor of the church in New-Cheshire. ; Delivered May 29th, 1768. ; Printed at the desire of the bereaved, and many of the hearers.