Hungerford, Edward, 1596-1648. : A letter to the Earle of Pembroke / from Sir Edvvard Baynton in Glocester shewing the true manner how himselfe and Captaine Edward Eyre were surprised at Malmsbury by two lieutenant collonels under the Earl of Stamfords command upon pretended ground and contrary to some scandalous relations in print ; with the reasons inducing him formerly to seize upon Sir Edward Hungerford.
Hungerford, Frank Lewis, 1843-1909. : Remarks by Mr. Charles Elliott Mitchell at a special meeting of the Hartford County Bar held in the Superior Court Room, Hartford, Conn. [electronic resource] : on the twenty-fifth day of June, nineteen hundred and nine, to take appropriate action upon the death of Mr. Frank L. Hungerford, one of the leaders of the Bar of Hartford County.
Hunkin, Gregory Herbert, 1924-1944. : Not for ourselves, but for others : the story of the young men after whom the Houses of Numurkah Secondary College are named, John Scott Christie, John Adam Gray, Gregory Herbert Hunkin, Charles Joseph Tweddle / Lindsay B. Opie.
Hunn, Nathanael, 1708-1749. : An inquiry into the consequences both of Calvinistic and Arminian principles, compared together. [electronic resource] : In which the principal things, in Mr. Beach's second reply, to the late Mr. Jonathan Dickinson's Second vindication of God's sovereign free grace, are particularly considered. Occasioned by a manuscript, intitled, An inquiry into the consequences of Calvinistic principles. In a letter to Liberius, author of that piece. / By Moses Dickinson, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Norwalk. ; [Three lines from Jeremiah]