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Well Willer To Peace And Truth   4
Well Willer To Physick And Chirurgerie And Deplorer Of The Now Too Common N : Newes out of the west, or, The character of a mountebank : being a discourse betweene Hodge Leather-Pelch, and Tym Hob-Nayle, Sir Harry-Hart-Hole their land-lord, and his friend Sir Clement Councell : also of their travels from Taunton to London, their arrivall at their physitians pallace, the description of it, his sick and brain-sick followers, person and family, with a full relation of the medicines hee commonly administers, their operation and danger represented by them : also a relation of their abuses now suffered and fomented by authority, with a remedy set down, to the encouragement of physitians, illustration of the honour'd art and generall good of the Re-publicque / by a well willer to physick and chirurgerie and deplorer of the now too common neglect of them.  1647 1
Well Willer To Reformation   2
Well Willer To The Peace Of Sion : A review of a certain pamphlet under the name of one John Lilburne. / By a well-willer to the peace of Sion. Imprimatur. John Downame.  1645 1
Well Willer To The Prosperity Of This Famous Common Wealth : The two grand ingrossers of Coles: viz. the wood-monger, and the chandler. : In a dialogue, expressing their unjust, and cruell raising the price of coales, when, and how they please, to the generall oppression of the poore. Penn'd on purpose to lay open their subtile practises, and for the reliefe of many thousands of poore people, in, and about the cities of London, and Westminster. By a well-willer to the prosperity of this famous Common-wealth.  1653 1
Well Willer To The Publique Weale : Chaos: or, A discourse wherein is presented to the view of the magistrate, and all others who shall peruse the same, a frame of government by way of a republique, wherein is little or no danger of miscarriage, if prudently attempted, and thoroughly prosecuted by authority. : Wherein is no difficulty in the practice, nor obscurity in the method; but all things plain and easie to the meanest capacity. Here's no hard or strange names, nor unknown titles (to amaze the hearers) used, and yet here's a full and absolute power derivative insensibly from the whole, and yet practically conveyed to the best men: wherein if any shall endeavour a breach, he shall break himself: and it must be so, that cats shall provide supper, here they shall do it suitable to the best palats, and easie to digest. / By a well-willer to the publique weale.  1659 1
Well Wisher Both Of Church And State   2
Well Wisher Of All Good Christians : Plain truth, or, A seasonable discourse of the duties of people to their pastors : In an essay upon Heb. 13:17 Obey them that have the Rule over you, &c. / By a well wisher of all good Christians.  1693 1
Well Wisher Of Artists : An almanack or, A new prognostication, for the year of our Lord, 1695. : And from the creation of the world 5644. Serving for the use of the whole kingdom, but exactly calculated for the good town of Edinburgh, the metropolitan of Scotland, whole latitude is 55 d. 54 m. 1/2 longitude is 11 d. 37 m. / By a well wisher of artists.  1695 1
Well Wisher Of His Countrey : The French politician found out, or, Considerations on the late pretensions that France claims to England and Ireland and her designs and plots in order thereunto / by a well-wisher of his countrey.  1680 1
Well Wisher Of Peace In The Church And Happinesse To The Kingdome : Englands iustification for her religion : Wherein it is maintayned to be the same our Saviour Iesus Christ hath taught us. Presented to the high court of Parliament. By a well-wisher of peace in the Church, and happinesse to the Kingdome.  1641 1
Well Wisher Of The Common Wealth   2
Well Wisher Of The Peace And Happiness Of The Three Nations : Englands settlement, upon the two solid foundations of the peoples civil and religious liberties. : Collected out of divers petitions, declarations, and remonstrances; wherein is discovered the general genius of the nation. / By a well-wisher of the peace and happiness of the three nations.  1659 1
Well Wisher Of Truth And Peace : A vindication of two serious questions: : 1. Whether the Lords Supper is a converting ordinance. 2. Whether suspension of scandalous church-members be warranted out of Scripture. The former in the negative, the latter in the affirmative, (briefly handled in the XVI. Antiqueries, and againe opposed by M. Prynne in his Suspension suspended) more fully and clearly vindicated, by a well-wisher of truth and peace. Imprimatur. Ja. Cranford. Octob. 1. 1646.  1646 1
Well Wisher To A True Gospel Ministry : An apologie for Presbyterie for removing prejudices / by a well-wisher to a true Gospel ministry.  1689 1
Well Wisher To Both Peace And Honour : Honours preservation without blood, or, A sober advice to duellists : being a compendious tract of the most exquisite nature to appease the sudden fits of fury, which English-spirits have of late been too much subject to, with many cautions how without the loss of reputation, or the least imprint of cowardise, as well the nobility as gentry of this nation may refuse to hazard their lives and fortunes on such mean pretences of vindicating miscalled honour or unmanly gallatry, shewing likewise, into what dangerous inconviences men thrust themselves forward in such cases with as account how such duels prove plain murther, and are contrary to the laws of God and man / written by a well-wisher to both peace and honour.  1680 1
Well Wisher To Devotion : A new form of meditations for every day in the year : Reviewed, corrected, and enlarged. Written originally in French, by F. John Crasset. And put into English at the request of several persons of honour and quality, by a well-wisher to devotion.  1685 1
Well Wisher To Englands Prosperity   3
Well Wisher To His Countrey : The lavvs discovery: or a brief detection of sundry notorious errors and abuses contained in our English laws, whereby thousands are annually stript of their estates, and some of their lives. By a well-wisher to his countrey.  1653 1
Well Wisher To His Country : Overtures for promoting the trade of this nation: / humbly offered to the serious consideration of the ensuing session of Parliament, by a well-wisher to his country.  1700 1
Well Wisher To His King And Countrey   2
Well Wisher To His Lordships Writings : Sylva sylvarum. Preface. English  1670 1
Well Wisher To His Majesty : A short compend or a description of the rebels in Scotland in anno 1679 / by a well-wisher of His Majesty ...  1681 1
Well Wisher To King And Countrey   2
Well Wisher To King Parliament Religion And State   2
Well Wisher To Parliaments : Advice to electors / by a well-wisher to Parliaments, and one who will live and dye a friend to his country.  1695 1
Well Wisher To That Trade And The True English Interest : Reasons of the decay of the clothing-trade : humbly offered to the Parliament : with some short proposals of redress / by a well-wisher to that trade, and the true English interest.  1691 1
Well Wisher To The Anabaptists Prosperity : A short discovery of His Highness the Lord Protector's intentions touching the Anabaptists in the army, : and all such as are against his reforming things in the church; which was first communicated to a Scotch Lord, who is called Twidle; but is now come to the ear of the Anabaptists. Upon which there is propounded 35 queries for his Highness to answer to his own conscience. / By a well-wisher to the Anabaptists prosperity, and all the rest of the separates of England.  1655 1
Well Wisher To The Church Of God His King And Countrey   3
Well Wisher To The Common Wealth   2
Well Wisher To The Distillers And The Nation : The naked truth of the distillers case : humbly offered to the consideration of the honourable House of Commons, by a well=wisher to the distillers and the nation.  1698? 1
Well Wisher To The Jesuits   3
Well Wisher To The Mathematicks   2
Well Wisher To The Nations Happiness And Prosperity : A serious vindication of the Church of England : shewing the nations happiness under the present government : being a seasonable answer to a late pamphlet entituled The naked truth / by a well-wisher to the nations happiness and prosperity.  1680 1
Well Wisher To The Peace Of This Our Sion : A plea for peace: : shewing the dignitie of princes, against the many railings of the rabble, the invectives of the ignorant, and murmurs of the malicious. Written by a well-wisher to the peace of this our Sion.  1642 1
Well Wisher To The Protestant Religion : Englands memorial, or a thankful remembrance upon the present never to be forgotten deliverance of both King and nation from the bloody Popish Plot. : Shewing, that the Papists by their principles are real enemies to out King and countrey. / By a well-wisher to the Protestant religion.  1678 1
Well Wisher To The Publick Interest Of The Nation : Reasons for a registry : shewing briefly the great benefits and advantages that may accrew to this nation thereby, and likewise reconciling those mistaken inconveniences which many have conceived thereof / by a well-wisher to the publick interest of the nation.  1678 1
Well Wisher To The Reformation   2
Well Wisher To The Royal Navy Of England : Observations on a pamphlet touching the present condition of the navy and victualling : with some particular remarks on the author and on what he writes touching Q's and R's / by a well-wisher to the Royal Navy of England.  1700 1
Well Wisher To This Commonwealth : The antiquity of Englands superiority over Scotland. And the equity of incorporating Scotland, or other conquered nation, into the Commonwealth of England. : With parallels to our former transactions with Wales, and Ireland. And illustrations out of the Scottish, English, Jewish, Grecian, Assyrian, and Roman histories. / By a well-wisher to this commonwealth.  1652 1
Well Wisher To Trade And The Publick Good : An humble proposal to cause bancrupts make better and more speedier payment of their debts to their creditors than, by long experience hath been found, the statutes against bancrupts do effect, or than any other way hitherto proposed, hath shewen / by a well-wisher to trade and the publick good.  1679 1
Well Wisher To What Himselfe Once Was : The honour of London apprentices: : exemplified, in a briefe historicall narration; containing many heroicall actions done by (some in particular, the rest in generall) prentices of the most renowned, and (in that regard) truly honourable City of London, both at home and abroad. In long, fore-past, present, and moderne times. / Collected and published, by a well-wisher to what himselfe once was that is to say, a prentice (and now a free citizen) of the famous City of London.  1647 1
Well Wishing Phylopater : A probable expedient for present and future publique settlement. : Humbly submitted to the serious consideration and impartial trutination of all publike English spirits, cordially affecting, endeavouring the real peace, safety, tranquility, felicity of their native country in these times of general fears and distractions; / by a Well-wishing Phylopater.  1658 1
Wellan Johan Willem Jules   3
Welland Colin   4
Welland Dennis Sydney Reginald   9
Welland Ray : Software engineering for electronic systems designers / edited by D.G. Jenkins and R.C. Welland.  1990 1
Welland Trevor : Ethical dilemmas in qualitative research / edited by Trevor Welland, Lesley Pugsley.  2002 1
Wellander Erik   5
Wellard Kate : Non-governmental organizations and the state in Africa : rethinking roles in sustainable agricultural development / edited by Kate Wellard and James G. Copestake.  1993 1
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