H

H, or h, is the eighth letter in the ISO basic Latin alphabet. Its name in English is ''aitch'' (pronounced , plural ''aitches''), or regionally ''haitch'' . Provided by Wikipedia

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by H. H
Published 1787
printed and sold by Smart and Cowslade; sold also by T. Whieldon, in Fleet-Street, London; and Prince and Jackson, Oxford

2
by H. H
Published 1787
printed and sold by Smart and Cowslade; sold also by T. Whieldon, in Fleet-Street, London; and Prince and Jackson, Oxford

8
by H
Published 1790
s.n

10
by T. H
Published 1711
Printed by John Moncur, and sold at his Printing-House at the [f]oo[t] of the Bull Closs forgainst the Trone

14
by T. H
Published 1750
Printed by James Duncan, and sold at his Shop, in the Salt Mercat the second below Gibson's Wynd

16
by S. H
Published 1751
printed for E. Withers, in Fleetstreet, and sold at all the pamphlet shops

17
by H. S
Published 1718
printed for William Chetwood, at the Cato's Head in Russell-Court near the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane

19
by H. S
Published 1795
printed for E. Newbery, Corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard

20
by H. S
Published 1752
printed for C. Corbett, at Addison's Head, in Fleet-Street