Huntington, Henry, 1766-1846 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Opinion of the Hon. Alfred Conkling, district judge of the United States for the Northern District of New York [electronic resource] : on a motion in behalf of the tenant for a new trial : in the case of Martha Bradstreet vs. Henry Huntington, delivered at the May term of the court in 1834.
Huntington, John, : A mysterye of inyquyte contayned within the heretycall genealogye of Ponce Pantolabus, is here both dysclosed & confuted by Iohan Bale. An, M.D.xlii. Marke in the capytall letters of this boke, the .A.B.C. with the name of the author.
Huntington, Joseph, 1735-1794. : A Wonderful visit from the dead, or, A conference with an old deceased friend, soon after his departure from this life. [electronic resource] : [Three lines from Luke]
Huntington, Joseph, 1735-1794. : The two covenants fairly described: or, Believers baptism vindicated: [electronic resource] : in answer to the Rev. Joseph Strong, A.M. and the Rev. Joseph Huntington, D.D. in their book, intituled, "Demonstration of the duty and importance of infant baptism:" in a letter. : With an address to each of those gentlemen. / By Z.P. ; [Texts]
Huntington, Joseph, 1735-1794. : Strictures on a sermon delivered by Mr. Nathan Williams, A.M. in Tolland, on the public fast, April, 17, 1793: [electronic resource] : with some observations on Dr. Huntington's letter, annexed to said sermon. In a letter. / By George Roberts.
Huntington, Joseph, 1735-1794. -- Early works to 1800. : A vindication of the principles and conduct of the church in Stockbridge, in excluding from their communion, one of their members, for marrying a person immoral and profane. : In reply to the Connecticut gentleman's Plea, &c. By Stephen West, Pastor. With an appendix, by John Bacon, A.M.
Huntington, Joseph, 1735-1794. : A vindication of the principles and conduct of the church in Stockbridge, in excluding from their communion, one of their members, for marrying a person immoral and profane. : In reply to the Connecticut gentleman's Plea, &c. By Stephen West, Pastor. With an appendix, by John Bacon, A.M.
Murderers -- New York (State) -- Huntington. : The Kelsey outrage! [electronic resource] : a full, impartial, and interesting account of the most cruel and remarkable crime, the tar and feathering, with the alleged murder of Charles G. Kelsey : evidence in full! : the accused murderers! : doings of the "Tar party."
Huntington, Nathaniel, 1724-1756. : The mutual obligation upon ministers, and people, to hear, and speak the word of God. [electronic resource] : A sermon delivered at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Nathanael Huntington, to the pastoral office, over the church and congregation in Ellington in Windsor, on the 15th, of November, 1749. / By Ebenezer Devotion, M.A. Pastor of a church in Windham.
Huntington (W. Va.) -- Drama. : We are Marshall / Warner Bros. Pictures ; Thunder Road Productions ; Legendary Pictures ; Wonderland Sound and Vision ; produced by Basil Iwanyk, McG ; story by Cory Helms & Jamie Linden ; screenplay by Jamie Linden ; directed by McG.
Huntington, William, 1745-1813. : The barber's mirror; or a portrait of the Rev. William Huntington, drawn from real life: being remarks on that gentleman's pamphlet entitled "the Barber:" with an account of his strange and deplorable frenzy. In a letter to a friend.
Huntington, William, 1745-1813. : Defamation of the churches and ministers of Christ, contrary to the spirit of the Gospel. : In some remarks on the false insinuations of Mr. Huntington: in a late publication, entitled "discoveries and cautions from the streets of Zion." In a letter to a friend, by Richard Leggett.