Whalen Thomas : Peachfuzz 2000 : 19th International Conference of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society--NAFIPS : Atlanta, Georgia, USA, July 13-15, 2000 / edited by Thomas Whalen ; sponsored by NAFIPS.
Whalley Abbey : The Coucher book or Chartulary of Whalley Abbey / ed. by W.A.Hulton.
Whalley Ann : Advertising overspill : can advertising prevent urban ghettos developing in Britain.
Whalley Edward : A perfect and true copy of the severall grievances of the army under his Excellencie, Sir Thomas Fairfax. : As it was presented at Saffron-Walden in Essex, unto Field-Marshall Gen. Skippon, Lieut. General Cromwel, Commissarie Gen. Ireton, and Colonel Fleetwood members of the House of Commons, and commissioners for the Parliament there, by [bracket] Col. Whaley, Col. Ingoldsby, Col. Hammond, Col. Rich. [bracket] Col. Lambert. Col. Okey. Col. Henson. Major Disborow Major Cowley. [bracket] With the names of above two hundred and forty commission-officers that did subscribe it, and presented in the House of Commons, by Lieutenant General Cromwel, and Col. Fleetwood; toget her [sic] with an order of the generals, to every regiment of horse and foot. Published at the instant desires of the officers of the army, to prevent mistakes which may arise from an imperfect copy already dispersed.
Whalley John Active 1616 : Gods plentie, feeding true pietie : openly shewed in a sermon at Pauls Crosse, on the 18. day of Iune, 1615 : to warne the oppressor, whose trust is in the world, and to ease the oppressed, who trusteth in the Lord.
Whalley John Rev : Gods plentie, feeding true pietie : In a sermon preached at Pauls Crosse, on the 18. day of Iune. 1615. To warne the oppressor, whose trust is in the world: and to ease the oppressed, who trusteth in the Lord. By Iohn Whaly.