Richard Hayes

Richard Hayes may refer to: *Richard B. Hays (born 1948) is an American New Testament scholar *Richard J. Hayes (1902–1976), Irish World War II code breaker, & Director of National Library of Ireland *Richard Hayes (professor) (born 1945), professor of Buddhist philosophy *Richard Hayes (politician) (1878–1958), Irish politician, historian, film censor and medical doctor *Richard Hayes (biotech policy advocate), Visiting Scholar, University of California at Berkeley College of Natural Resources / Energy and Resources Group *Richard Hayes (singer) (1930–2014), singer best known for his version of ''The Old Master Painter'' *Richard Hayes (pilot), New Zealand helicopter pilot *Richard Hayes (soldier), U.S. Army general *Richard Hayes (priest) (died 1938), Dean of Derry Provided by Wikipedia

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by Hayes, Richard
Published 1754
printed for John Noon, at the White Hart near Mercers Chapel in Cheapside

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by Hayes, Richard
Published 1739
printed for John Noon, at the White Hart, near Mercers Chapel in Cheapside

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by Hayes, Richard
Published 1766
printed by T. and J. W. Pasham, for G. Keith, at the Bible and Crown, Gracechurch-Street

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by Hayes, Richard
Published 1724
printed for, and sold by the author; by W. Meadows, and J. Brotherton in Cornhill; and by John Bowles, Map and Print Seller in Stacks-Market

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by Hayes, Richard
Published 1789
printed by assignment, from the executor of G. Keith, for J. Johnson, in St. Paul's Church-Yard; and G. G. J. and J. Robinson, Pater-Noster-Row

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by Hayes, Richard
Published 1719
printed for R. Hayes, and sold by J. Garret under the Royal Exchange Stairs; J. King at the Globe in the Poultry; A. Billingsly at the Printing-Press, and J. Garret at the Angel and Rising Son in Cornhill

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by Hayes, Richard
Published 1741
printed for J. Noon, at the White Hart, near Mercers Chapel in Cheapside

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by Hayes, Richard
Published 1763
printed for G. Keith, at the Bible and Crown, Grace-Church-Street

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by Hayes, Richard
Published 1739
printed for John Noon, at the White Hart, near Mercers Chapel in Cheapside