Windsor England : The Latest printed newes from Chichester, Windsor, Winchester, Chester, Manchester, and Yorke, &c.
Windsor England England History Early Works To 1800 : Hertzbrechendes Klag: und Leid-Geschrey in Gross Brittania : dess darinnen am Fluss der Thæmes gelegenen gross: und festen Castels genand Windsor. Uber den unschuldigen Todt dess Durchlauchtigst: grossmæchtigsten Fursten und Herrn, h: Caroli Kœnigs in England, Schottland, Frankrich und Irrland, &c. Welcher anno 1648. den 30 January auf die vorhere von einem vom Englishchen Parliament verordneten hohen Gerichte so thanon Verurtheisung [sic] auf einem vor Withall nahe am Pancket-Hausse aufgerichteten Theatro enthaubtet, und follgents ohne eintzig Geprænge oder Ceremonien nach gemeltem Castell gesuhrer, und daselbst bey gesetzet worden. Von einem (M.E.S.) det Wahrheit und Gerichtigkeit Liebhabern schon vor etzlich Iahren in Hoc-Deutscher Sprache carminice aufgesetzet, und publiciret, und anietzo wieder aufs new in Druck verferttiget.; Hertfordshire (England)
Windsor Family : Historical collections of the noble family of Windsor [electronic resource] : barons Windsor from the reign of King William the Conqueror, and earls of Plimouth from the reign of King Charles the Second : viscounts Windsor of the kingdom of Ireland from the reign of King William the Third : and barons Montjoy in England from the reign of Queen Anne : containing their births, marriages, and issues : famous actions, both in war and peace : religious and charitable donations, deaths, places of burial, monuments, epitaphs, and valuable memoirs, never before printed : collected from records, old wills, authentick manuscripts, and our most approved historians / by Arthur Collins.; Collins, Arthur,
Windsor Manufacturing Company : Charter of the Windsor Manufacturing Company [electronic resource] : together with the by-laws of said company.; Windsor Manufacturing Company.
Windstorms England : A Full and certain account of the last great wind & storms : being a narrative of the several accidents, hurts and damages caused thereby, both by sea and land, at home and abroad / collected out of domestick and forreign letters with a great deal of care and diligence, and faithfully published.
Windstorms England Early Works To 1800 : Sad and lamentable newes from several parts of England. Being a true relation of the great losses sustained by those strange windes, and impetuous tempests, on Tuesday the 18th of February, both by sea and land ...
Windstorms England Leicester Early Works To 1800 : An exact and true relation, of the wonderful vvhirle-vvind, on Saturday, June the 2. about 4. of the clock in the afternoone at Worthington, : and Worthington-Hall, and at Tongue, and some other places in the county of Leicester. As also, the terrible devastation that it made in beating downe many trees and houses, and with a sudden violence stripping naked many great okes, and plucking their barkes from their bodies; as also taking away a hive of bees, and great store of linnen, which could never since be heard of. Together with the miraculous mercy of God in preserving many men, women, and children, who were desperatly involved in that dreadfull danger. Very necessary to be read. / Attested by Colonell Tho: Ragge, and Major Fran. Beniskin of Tongue, to whom the said hive of bees belonged; and by many thousands of others, whose names are too many to be here incerted.
Windstorms Kent England Early Works To 1800 : The vvindie yeare : Shewing many strange accidents that happened, both on the land, and at sea, by reason of the winde and weather. With a particular relation of that which happened at Great Chart in Kent. And also how a woman was found in the water, with a sucking child at her brest, with the nipple in it [sic] mouth, both drowned; with many other lamentable things worthy to be read, and remembered.
Windward Islands Description And Travel : An historical survey of the island of Saint Domingo [electronic resource] : together with an account of the Maroon Negroes in the island of Jamaica, and a history of the war in the West Indies, in 1793, and 1794 / by Bryan Edwards ; also, a tour through the several islands of Barbadoes, St. Vincent, Antigua, Tobago, and Grenada, in the years 1791 and 1792 / By Sir William Young.; Edwards, Bryan,
Wine : Manual pratico, onde se trataõ differentes modos de fazer os vinhos [electronic resource] : e diversos segrados importantes para os restabelecer, e beneficiar, quando saõ defeituosos.
Wine Adulteration : To the most honourable assembly of the Commons House in Parliament : the humble petition of English marchants, trading into Spaine and France.
Wine And Wine Making Chemistry : A treatise on the art of making wine from native fruits [electronic resource] : exhibiting the chemical principles upon which the art of wine making depends, the fruits best adapted for home made wines, and the method of preparing them / by Fredrick Accum.; Accum, Friedrich Christian,
Wine And Wine Making Economic Aspects Portugal : Projecto para a formação d'um banco para garantir ao lavrador do Douro o preço da cultura e adubo indispensavel de seus vinhos, produzidos dentro da demarcação consignada na lei de 21 d'abril de 1843 ... [electronic resource] / por Gonçalo Lobo Pereira Caldas de Barros.; Barros, Gonçalo Lobo Pereira Caldos de.
Wine And Wine Making England Prices Early Works To 1800 : By the Queene. : A proclamation for prises of wines. Where in the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the eight day of June, in the. xxviii. yere of the raigne of the moste noble Kyng of famous memorie, King Henry the Eight, father to our soueraigne Lady the Queenes Maiestie, one acte and statute was then and there made, entituled, an acte limiting the prises of wines..; England and Wales.
Wine And Wine Making Europe Early Works To 1800 : The vineyard [electronic resource] : being a treatise shewing, I. The nature and method of planting, manuring, cultivating, and dressing vines in foreign-parts, II. Proper directions for drawing, pressing, keeping, fining, and curing all defects in the wine, III. An easy and familiar method of planting and raising vines in England ..., IV. New experiments in grafting, budding, or inoculating, whereby all sorts of fruit may be more improv'd than at present ..., V. The best manner of raising several sorts of compound fruit, which have not yet been attempted in England / being the observations made by a gentleman in his travels.; S. J.