Author:George Hakewill

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George Hakewill
(1578–1649)

English clergyman and writer

George Hakewill

Works[edit]

  • The Vanitie of the Eie. First beganne for the comfort of a gentlewoman bereaved of her sight and since upon occasion inlarged (1608)
  • Scvtvm regium, id est Adversvs omnes regicidas et regicidarvm patronos. In tres libros diuisus (1612)
  • The Auncient Ecclesiasticall practice of Confirmation (1613)
  • An Answer to a Treatise written by Dr. Carier (1616)
  • King David's Vow for Reformation, delivered in twelve Sermons, before the Prince his Highnesse (1621)
  • A comparison betweene the dayes of Purim and that of the Powder Treason (1626)
  • An Apologie … of the power and providence of God in the government of the world … in foure bookes, by G. H., D.D. (1627)
  • A Sermon preached at Barnstaple upon occasion of the late happy success of God's Church in forraine parts. By G. H. (1632)
  • Certaine Treatises of Mr. John Downe (1633)
  • A Short but Cleare Discourse of the Institution, Dignity, and End of the Lord's Day (1641)
  • A Dissertation with Dr. Heylyn touching the pretended Sacrifice in the Eucharist (1641).

Works about Hakewill[edit]

Some or all works by this author were published before January 1, 1929, and are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.

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