William Hutton (historien)
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Œuvres[modifier | modifier le code]
- The new constitution of the pretended synod which first met at Mr. Gib's house, April 10. 1747. … Glasgow : printed for Daniel Cock, … , 1748. (OCLC )
- A plea for the Protestant faith: in an address to the Reverend Mr. Moncrief minister of the gospel at Abernethy. Edinburgh : printed by William Gray, … 1749. (OCLC )
- An history of Birmingham, to the end of the year 1780. Birmingham, Printed by and for Pearson and Rollason, 1781. (OCLC )
- Free and apposite observations on one very evident and indecent cause of the present rapid decline of the clerical credit and character … London : printed for J. Johnson, 1782. (OCLC )
- A journey from Birmingham to London, Birmingham, Printed by Pearson and Rollason … 1785. (OCLC )
- Courts of requests: their nature, utility, and powers described, … Birmingham, Printed by Pearson and Rollason, 1787. (OCLC )
- The Battle of Bosworth-Field, between Richard the Third, and Henry, Earl of Richmond, August 22, 1485 … Birmingham : Printed by Pearson and Rollason : Sold by R. Baldwin, London, 1788. (OCLC )
- Description of Blackpool, in Lancashire, frequented for bathing. Birmingham : Pearson, 1789. (OCLC )
- A Dissertation on Juries. With a Description of the Hundred Court. As an Appendix to the Court of Requests. Birmingham, 1789. (OCLC )
- The history of Derby from the remote ages of antiquity, to the year MDCCXCI … London : Printed by J. Nichols, … 1791. (OCLC )
- The life of William Hutton, F.A.S.S London Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy 1817. (OCLC )