Hutchins improved: being an almanack and ephemeris for ... 1760. : New-York, October 8, 1759. Advertisement. [electronic resource] : Just published, and to be sold by H. Gaine, printer and bookseller, at his printing-office at the Bible and Crown, in Hanover-Square, in New-York, by wholesale and retail; Hutchin's improved; being an almanack and ephemeris for the year 1760 ...
Hutchins, John. : The instruction afforded by the Church of England : considered in a sermon, preached at the parish-church of St Mary-le-Bow, on St Mark's day, 1739. In pursuance of the last-will of Mr John Hutchins, citizen and goldsmith of London. By Edward Cobden, D. D. Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty.
Hutchins, John, active 1684. : The behaviour of John Hutchins in Newgate : together with his dying words as he was going to be executed in Fleet- Street on Wednesday the 17th of December, 1684, for murdering of John Sparks, a waterman, near Serjeants-Inn, London, on Wednesday the 3d of December.
Hutchins School (Tas.) : Report of Case Study No. 20 : the response of the Hutchins School and the Anglican Diocese of Tasmania / Commissioners, Justice Jennifer Coate, Andrew Murray.
Hutchins, Silas, 1717-1772. : A sermon at the funeral of Capt. Silas Hutchens, of Killingly, on the 25th of May, 1772. [electronic resource] / By John Fuller, V.D.M. Pastor of a church in Plainfield.
Hutchins, Susanna -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Justice shaking her sides and the court convulsed with laughter, in a select collection [electronic resource] : of authentic, eccentric, entertaining, diverting, whimsical, comical humorous, and amorous trials, for robberies, rapes, bigamy, privately stealing, assaults, misdemeanours, and other offences, at Justice-Hall in the Old Bailey.
Hutchinson, Aaron, 1724-1800. : The Rev. Aaron Hutchinson's Reply to the Remarks on his sermon preached at Newbury-Port, April 23, 1767, and intitled Valour for the truth; considered: [electronic resource] / by John Tucker, author of said Remarks. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]
Hutchinson, Edward, 1613-1675. : A thankefull remembrance of Gods mercy to several persons at Quabaug or Brookfield: [electronic resource] : partly in a collection of providences about them, and gracious appearances for them: and partly in a sermon preached by Mr. Edward Bulkley, Pastor of the Church of Christ at Concord, upon a day of thanksgiving, kept by divers for the wonderfull deliverance there. / Published by Capt. Thomas Wheeler. ; [Five lines from Psalms]
Hutchinson, Edward, 1613-1675. -- Early works to 1800. : A thankefull remembrance of Gods mercy to several persons at Quabaug or Brookfield : partly in a collection of providences about them, and gracious appearances for them: and partly in a sermon preached by Mr. Edward Bulkley, Pastor of the Church of Christ at Concord, upon a day of thanksgiving, kept by divers for their wonderfull deliverance there. Published by Capt. Thomas VVheeler. [Five lines from Psalms].