Weston Matthew : To the honourable the House of Commons in Parliament assembled, a brief scheme humbly presented : for raising 40000 l. per annum with great facility, by a duty that may be laid on the postage of letters, in lieu of the intended duty on glass.; Weston, Charles.
Weston Richard Sir 1591 1652 Discours Of Husbandrie Used In Brabant : The compleat husband-man: or, A discourse of the whole art of husbandry; both forraign and domestick. : Wherein many rare and most hidden secrets, and experiments are laid open to the view of all, for the enriching of these nations. Unto which is added A particular discourse of the naturall history and hubandry [sic] of Ireland. / By Samuel Hartlib, Esq.; Hartlib, Samuel,
Weston Robert Active 1689 : The case of Robert Weston, : nominated by the committee, as register and clerk of the Court of Conscience, for the division of the burrough of Southwark, and parishes adjacent.
Weston Thomas : Refutation of the charges brought by Wm. Vanderstegen, Esq. against Mr. Thomas Weston, and other merchants concerned in the salt trade [electronic resource] : so far as those charges respect the Thames Street Company of Salt Importers.; Thomas Weston & Co.
Weston Thomas Mr : Observations on frauds practised in the collection of salt duties [electronic resource] : and the misconduct of officers fairly stated / by William Vanderstegen.; Vanderstegen, Wm.
Westrow Thomas : Westrow revived. : A funerall poem without fiction. / Composed by Geo: Wither Esq. That God may be glorified in his saints; that the memory of Thomas Westrow Esq; may be preserved, and that others by his exemplary life and death may be drawn to imitation of his vertues. Blest are the dead who dye in Christ; for, from their labours they do rest; and, whether they do live or dye, his saints are precious in his eye.; Wither, George,
Westup William : Festered consciences new launced: or, tith-paying defended against William Westup and Thomas Puckle : Penned by way of an epistle to every one, who had rather disburden his purse then burden his conscience. By Hierophilus, a young fencer.; Havighurst, Johannes,