William Godwin's Diary

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Hall (1  September  1803) Unable to identify specific work.
WG's sale catalog lists:
Hall's (Jos.) Virgidemiarum; Satires, in six books 1597, rep. Oxford, 1753 (item 260).
Hall's Characters of Vertues and Vices, in two bookes, 1608—Epistles, 3 vol. 1608-11, with duplicates of the first 2 vol. (item 261).
Hall's Epistles, vol. 1 1608 (item 262).
Hall's Old Religion, or True State of the Difference between the Reformed and Roman Church 1628 (item 263).
Hall's Occasional Meditations, set forth by R. Hall, second edition 1631 (item 264).
Hall's Occational Meditations, with additions, third edit. 1633 (item 265).
Hall's Christian Moderation, in two bookes 1640 (item 266).
Hall's Great Mystery of Godliness 1652 (item 267).
Hall's (J. of Durham) Horae Vacivae, or Essays 1646 (item 268).
Hall's Chronicle, black letter, imperfect, no date (item 835).
The above are identified more fully as follows:
Hall, JosephVirgidemiarum: sixe bookes: First three bookes, of toothlesse satyrs; the three last bookes, of byting satyres. 1597
Hall, JosephCharacters of vertves and vices. In two bookes. 1608
Hall, JosephEpistles. (3 volumes) 1608-1611
Hall, JosephThe olde religion: a treatise, wherin is laid downe the true state of the difference betwixt the reformed, and Romane Church; and the blame of this schisme is cast vpon the true authors. Seruing for the vindication of our innocence, for the setling of wauering minds for a preseruatiue against Popish insinuations. 1628
Hall, JosephOccasional meditations. 1630
1631 2nd edition
Hall, JosephHall, Robert (editor)Occasional meditations by Jos. Exon. Set forth by Richard Hawkings. The third edition: with the addition of 49. meditations not heretofore published. 1633
Hall, JosephChristian moderation. In two books. By Jos: Exon. 1640
Hall, JosephThe great mystery of godliness, laid forth by way of affectuous and feeling meditation: also the invisible world, discovered to spirituell eyes, and reduced to usefull meditation. In three books. By Jos. Hall, D. D. B. Norwich 1659
Hall, JohnHorae vacivae, or, Essays: Some occasionall considerations by John Hall. 1646
Hall, EdwardGrafton, RichardThe union of the two noble and illustre families of Lancastre and Yorke, beyng long in continuall discension for the croune of this noble realme, with al the actes done in both the tymes of the princes, both of the one linage and of the other, beginnyng at the tyme of king Henry the fowerth, the first aucthor of this deuision, and so succssiuely proceading to the reigne of the high and prudent prince king Henry the eyght, the indubitate flower and very heire of both the saied linages. Whereunto is added to euery kyng a seuerall table. 1548
Uniform title: Hall's chronicle.
‘Hall's work ended with 1532 . . . continued to the death of Henry VIII from Hall's notes by Richard Grafton.'

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