Wife Abuse Cambodia : Plates in a basket will rattle : domestic violence in Cambodia / written by Cathy Zimmerman ; research by Sar Samen, Men Savorn & Cathy Zimmerman ; edited by Brad Adams.; Zimmerman, Cathy.
Wife Abuse Early Works To 1800 : An apologie for vvomen. Or An opposition to Mr. Dr. G. his assertion : Who held in the act at Oxforde. anno 1608. that it was lawfull for husbands to beate their wiues. By W.H. of Ex. in Ox.; Heale, William,
Wife Abuse England Early Works To 1800 : The Great advocate and oratour for women, or, The Arraignment, tryall and conviction of all such wicked husbands (or monsters) who held it lawfull to beate their wives or to demeane themselves severely and tyrannically towards them : where their crafty pleas are fully heard and their objections plainly answered and confuted ...
Wife Abuse England Trials Litigation Etc : A - Case of Bryan v. the United Kingdom : judgment of 22 November 1995 : B - Case of S.W. v. the United Kingdom : judgment of 22 November 1995 : C - Case of C.R. v. the United Kingdom : judgment of 22 November 1995.; European Court of Human Rights.
Wigan John Antichrists Strongest Hold Overturned : This is an answer to John Wiggans book, spread up and down in Lancashire, Cheshire and Wales, who is a baptist & a monarchy-man : wherein may be seen how he exalts himself, against Christ the light, that doth enlighten every man : and also some of his, and his peoples erronious principles, and assertions, which he and his people held in a dispute, with some Quakers ... / from the prisoners at Lancaster, whom he then opposed being then a prisoner, Thomas Curwen, William Houlden, Henery Wood, William VVilson ; also here is an answer to his appendix annexed to the book by Margaret Fell.
Wigford Lincoln England : The archaeology of Wigford and the Brayford Pool / Kate Steane ; with Margaret J. Darling ... [et al.].; Steane, Kate.
Wightman Edward D 1612 : A true relation of the commissions and warrants for the condemnation and burning of Bartholomew Legatt and Thomas Withman : the one in West-Smithfield, London, the other at Lichfield, in the year, 1611. Signed with K. James his own hand. In which is laid open their most blasphemous heresies and false opinions, being part of them the very same which our ranters in these times profess to be their new lights. Whereunto are added, the pardons of Theophilus Higgons, and Sr Eustace Hart Knight. Published by authority.
Wightman William Trials Litigation Etc : Case of W. v. the United Kingdom ; Case of B. v. the United Kingdom : Case of R. v. the United Kingdom : decision of 23 October 1986 (relinquishment of jurisdiction); judgments of 8 July 1987.; European Court of Human Rights.
Wigmakers : Art du perruquier [electronic resource] : contenant la façon de la barbe, la coupe des cheveux, la construction des perruques d'hommes & de femmes, le perruquier en vieux, & le baigneur-etuviste / par M. de Garsault.; Garsault, François A. de
Wigmore Castle Wigmore Herefordshire England : Wigmore Castle, North Herefordshire : excavations 1996 and 1998 / by Stephanie Rátkai ; with contributions by Carol Davidson Cragoe [and 11 others] ; illustrations by Nigel Dodds, Jemma Elliot [and] Mike Hawkes.