Author:Joseph Hall

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Joseph Hall
English bishop, satirist and moralist
Joseph Hall


  • Observations of some Specialties of Divine Providence in the Life of Joseph Hall, Bishop of Norwich
  • Virgidemiarum, Sixe Bookes. First three bookes of Toothlesse Satyrs (1597)
  • Virgidemiarum, Sixe Bookes. three last bookes of byting Satyres (1598)
  • Meditatiunculæ Subitaneæ
  • The King's Prophecie or Weeping Joy (1603)
  • Mundus alter et idem (1605)
    • The Discovery of a New World (1608), translated by John Healey
  • Holy Obseruations. Lib. I. Also some fewe of David's Psalmes Metaphrased for a Taste of the Rest (1607)
  • Epistles(1608), in 2 vols.
  • Characters of Vices and Vertues (1608)
  • Solomon's Divine Arts (1609)
  • A Common Apology against the Brownists (1610)
  • Contemplations upon the Principall Passages of the Holy Storie (1612-26), in 8 vols.
  • Quo Vadis? a Iust Censure of Travell as it is commonly undertaken by the Gentlemen of our nation (1617)
  • Via Media, the Way of Peace
  • No Peace with Rome
  • Old Religion (1628)
  • Apologetical Advertisement (1628)
  • Reconciler (1628)
  • Paraphrase of Hard Texts from Genesis to Revelation (1633)
  • An humble Remonstrance to the High Court of Parliament (1640)
  • Defence of that Remonstrance, which produced a ‘Vindication’ from the divines, and an ‘Answer to the Vindication of Smectymnuus’ from Bishop Hall (1641)
  • Hard Measure (1647)
  • Resolutions and Cases of Conscience (1650)
  • The Shaking of the Olive Tree (1660)
  • Contemplations on the New Testament (1662)

Complete works[edit]

  • The works of the Right Reverend Father in God Joseph Hall, with some account of his life and sufferings, written by himself (1808), in 10 vols., edited by Josiah Pratt
  • The works of the Right Reverend Joseph Hall (1863), in ten vols., edited by Rev. Philip Wynter
  • The complete poems of Joseph Hall (1879), edited by Alexander Balloch Grosart

Works about Hall[edit]

Works by this author published before January 1, 1925 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.