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Joseph Hallens Weyland Engelländischen Bischoffes zu Norwick. Friedens-Altar / Ins Teutsche übersetzet von M. Henningus Koch ..., vol. 3 (Helmstädt ; Gardelegen : Friedrich Lüderwald, 1678)
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Joseph Halls Biblische Geschichte, Oder Betrachtung der Biblischen Historien des Alten und Neuen Testaments : in drey Theilen/ Aus den Englischen ins Hochteutsche übersetzet/ an vielen dunckelen Orten verbessert und mit denen Schrifft-Örtern/ auch vollständigen Registern ... vermehret (Leipzig : Kloß, 1699)
ULBH 
Joseph Halls Gewissens Rath/ das ist Nützliche Auflösung etlicher sonderbaren Fragen/ wornach ein Gottseliger Christ seinen täglichen Wandel prüfen und löblich einrichten soll / Zu heilsamer Unterweisung in diesen letzten Zeiten aus dem Engeländischen verhochteutschet und mit nöthigen Anmerckungen erkläret von M. Martino Kempio ... (Franckfurt an der Oder : Fincelius, 1677)
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Joseph Halls/ Bischoffs zu Norwich/ Drey Tractätlein : I. Soliloquia Oder heimliche Gespräche Der Gläubigen Seelen mit Ihrem Gott und Ihr selbsten. II. Der Gläubigen Seelen irrdisches Valet und himmlischer Willkommen. III. Der Rechte Christ / So von Dem Authore selbsten in Englischer Sprache beschrieben. An jetzo aber in unsere Hoch-Teutsche übersetzet/ Von Heinrich Schmettau/ Fürstl. Lignitz. Hoff-pr. (Jena : Müller, 1674)
ULBH 
Josephi Halli Exoniensis Episcopi Autoschediasmata. Vel, Meditatiunculae subitaneae, eq[ue] re nata subortae (Impensis Nath. Butter, 1635)
GB 
Josephi Halli Exoniensis Episcopi Henochismus, Sive Tractatus De Modo Ambulandi Cum Deo (Regiomonti : Hallervordius, 1672)
SBB 
The Kings prophecie: or VVeeping ioy Expressed in a poeme, to the honor of Englands too great solemnities. Ios. Hall. (London : T. C[reede] for Symon Waterson, 1603)
EEBO-TCP 
The lavvfvlnes and vnlavvfvlnes of an oath or covenant set downe in short propositions agreeable to the law of God and man and may serve to rectifie the conscience of any reasonable man : very fitting for every man to take into serious consideration in these undutifull times : whether he hath sworne or not sworne to any late or new oath or covenant made by any subordinate authority whatsoever. (Oxford : Leonard Lichfield, 1643)
EEBO-TCP 
A letter concerning Christmasse sent to a knight in Suffolke by that Reverent Father in God Dr. Joseph Hall ... (London : E.C. for Fran Grove ..., 1659)
EEBO-TCP 
A letter concerning separation written formerly by a reverend author, and recommended to all (especially the truly Christian and honest-minded) members of the separation within this distracted and divided kingdom. (London : W.D., 1681)
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A letter lately sent by a reverend bishop from the tovver, to a private friend and by him thought fit to be published. (London, 1642)
EEBO-TCP 
A letter sent to an honourable gentleman in way of satisfaction concerning some slanderous reports lately raised against the bishops and the rest of the clergie of this kingdome. (London?, 1641)
EEBO-TCP 
Meditations and vowes, diuine and morall. Seruing for direction in Christian and ciuill practise. Deuided into two bookes. By Ios. Hall. (At London : Humfrey Lownes, for Iohn Porter., 1605)
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Meditations and vowes, divine and morall, newly enlarged with x. vowes and meditations. [Followed by] Meditations and vowes; divine and morall: a third century (T. Purfoot for A. Johnson S. Macham and L. Lyle, 1609)
GB 
Meditations and vows, divine and moral
E.P. Dutton, 1901GB 
Merckzeichen der Tugenden und Laster, trans. Koch, Balthasar Gerhard (Helmstedt : F. Lüderwaldt, 1685)
GB 
A modest confutation of a slanderous and scurrilous libell, entitvled, Animadversions vpon the remonstrants defense against Smectymnuus (London?, 1642)
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A modest offer of some meet considerations tendered to the learned prolocvtor and to the rest of the Assembly of Divines, met at Westminster by a true lover of truth and peace. (Oxford?, 1644)
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A modest offer of some meet considerations, tendred to the English about their coyne and trade, and particularly to East India (London, 1695)
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