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1687 Camb. ; successively Bp. Bangor, Hereford, The Necessity of Heresies, on 1 Cor. xi. 19. Sarum, and Winchester. A Prelate, celebrated
De Presbyteratu, Dissertatio Quadripartita, for his controversial talents. Born 1676; died 1761 Presbyteratus Sacri Origines, Naturam, et Ordi
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1694 Animadversions on Two Pamphlets lately published by Mr. Collier, &c.
1696 HODGES, Walter, D.D.; Prov. Oriel
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Bishops. Anon. Lond. 4to.
A History of English Councils and Convoca- HOLE, MAT., D. D.; Rect. Ex. Col.; Preb. tions; and of the Clergy's sitting in Parliament; Wells. in which is also comprehended the History of the Parliaments; with an Account of our An. chism. 2 vols. 8vo.
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He translated into English,-Livy. fol. 1600 Dr. Wallis' Letter, there inserted. 4to.
Pliny's History of the World; or, what is
1678 A Discourse concerning Time. 8vo. 1694, 1701
commonly called his Natural History, in thirty
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Plutarch's Morals. ciples of Harmony. Lond. 8vo. 1694. See also Phil. Trans. Abr. iii. p. 624.
Ammianus Marcellinus. Introductio ad Chronologiam. Oxon. 8vo. 1704
Xenophon's Cyropædia. Observations on Deafness. Phil, Trans. Abr.
Camden's Britannia. To this he made several i. p. 242.
Translations into Latin of the Geographical HOLDSWORTH, Edw., Demy and Fel. part of Speed's Theatre of Great Britain. Mag. Col. Oxon. A Polite and Elegant Scho- A French Pharmacopoeia of Brice Bauderon. lar. Born 1688; died 1746. Muscipula; a Latin Poem. There is a good
HOLLAND, Rev. Sam., M. D., Fel. Wor
cester. English translation of this in Dodsley's Miscellanies.
The Imputation upon the Regular Clergy of Pharsalia and Philippi; or, The Two Philippi not Preaching the Gospel, briefly considered. 1814 in Virgil's Georgics attempted to be explained
A Visitation Sermon. 8vo.
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Apologetical Discourse for observing thel7th HOLDSWORTH, Rich., D. D.; Fel. St.
November as an Holyday in Honour of Her John's Col. Camb.; Preb. Linc.; Archd. Hun.
Maiestie. tingdon; Mast. Eman. Col. Camb. A Learned and Loyal Divine. Born 1590; died 1649.
HOLLINGWORTH, REV. J. B., Fel. St. An Answer without a Question; or, The late Peter's Col. Camb.; M. Prof. Div. Camb.; Schismatical Petition for a diabolical Toleration Archd. Hunts. of several Religions, expounded. Lond. 1649
Sermons preached at Lincoln's Inn, in 1806-7. Theologiæ Prælectiones, in Coll. Greshamensi habitæ ; Editore Rich. Pearson, una cum vita auctoris. Lond. fol.
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1778 died 1791. Eight Sermons at Bampton's Lectures, on the An Essay on the Nature and Method of asProphecies and Testimony of John the Baptist, certaining the specific Shares of Proprietors upon and the parallel Prophecies of Jesus Christ. 1783 the Inclosure of Common Fields. Lond. 8vo. 1766
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HOOK, WALTER FARQUHAR, D. D. ; Stu. phecy of Daniel, according to Theodotion, and
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overthrown, (Habak, i. 4). Oxon. 4to. 1612
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