Woodward James Active 1707 1723 : Advertisement to gentlemen and booksellers. : Just publish'd, the second edition of Mr. Hill's History of the whole Ottoman empire, in folio (with a new preface, and several copies of verses, writen [sic] by some of the most ingenious men of the age ...) consisting of fifty-two chapters ... gentlemen and booksellers may have them at a moderate price, bound or unbound, of J. Mayo, over against Water-Lane-End in Fleet-street, and J. Woodward, in St. Christophers-Church-Yard, Thread-needle-Street, by the Royal-Exchange, and most booksellers..
Woodward John 1665 1728 Essay Toward A Natural History Of The Earth : An examination of Dr. Woodward's account of the deluge, &c. : with a comparison between Steno's philosophy and the doctor's, in the case of marine bodies dug out of the earth / by J.A. ... ; with a letter to the author concerning an abstract of Agostino Scilla's book on the same subject, printed in the philosophical transactions by W.W. ...; Arbuthnot, John,
Woodward L J : What's past is prologue : a collection of essays in honour of L.J. Woodward / edited by S. Bacarisse ... [et al.].
Woodward Philip Approximately 1557 1610 Bels Trial Examined : The Catholique triumph : conteyning, a reply to the pretensed answere of B.C. (a masked Iesuite,) lately published against the Tryall of the New Religion. Wherein is euidently prooued, that Poperie and the doctrine now professed in the Romish church, is the new religion: and that the fayth which the Church of England now mayntaineth, is the ancient Romane religion.; Bell, Thomas,
Woodward Philip Approximately 1557 1610 Forerunner Of Bels Downefal : The popes funerall : containing an exact and pithy reply, to a pretended answere of a shamelesse and foolish libell, called, The forerunner of Bells downfall. VVith a fresh larum, or a third challenge to all Iesuites, whatsoeuer and wheresoeuer in the vniuersall world, none excepted, that shalt appeare in the shape of a man. Together with his treatise, called, The regiment of the Church.; Bell, Thomas,
Woodward Robert 1701 : Bibliotheca Woodwardiana; sive catalogus librorum variorum. : Viz. Theologicorum, Historicorum, Philologicorum, Juris-Consultorum, Juris-Canonic Legum Commun. Angl. &c. Dorf Daura[s], una cum plurimis libris Gallicis, Italicis, Hispanicis, & Anglicis, Cui accessit collectio MSS. Rarior. super Pergamenum, &c. R.D.V.D. R. Woodward ecclesiæ saresburiensis; Nuperime decani. Quorum auctio habebitur Londini ... 30 die Novembris, 1702. Per Edward Milling[t]onum, Bibliopolam Londin.; Millington, Edward,
Woody Plants Colombia Identification : A field guide to the families and genera of woody plants of northwest South America (Colombia, Ecuador, Peru), with supplementary notes on herbaceous taxa.; Gentry, Alwyn H.
Woody Plants Ecuador Identification : A field guide to the families and genera of woody plants of northwest South America (Colombia, Ecuador, Peru), with supplementary notes on herbaceous taxa.; Gentry, Alwyn H.
Woody Plants England Early Works To 1800 : The comparative anatomy of trunks : together with an account of their vegetation grounded thereupon; in two parts: the former read before the Royal Society, Feb. 25. 1674/5; the latter, June 17. 1675. The whole explicated by several figures in nineteen copper-plates; presented to the Royal Society in the years 1673. and 1674. By Nehemiah Grew, M.D. and fellow of the Royal Society.; Grew, Nehemiah,
Woody Plants Peru Identification : A field guide to the families and genera of woody plants of northwest South America (Colombia, Ecuador, Peru), with supplementary notes on herbaceous taxa.; Gentry, Alwyn H.
Woodyates England Maps : Dorset - Hampshire - Wiltshire [cartographic material] : sheet SU 01 NW.; Great Britain.
Woofferton England Maps : Shropshire - Herefordshire - Worcestershire [cartographic material] : sheet SO 56 NW.; Great Britain.
Wool Commerce : An essay on wool and wollen manufacture : for the improvement of trade, to the benefit of landlords, feeders of sheep, clothiers, and merchands, in a letter to a member of Parliament.; Child, Josiah,
Wool England Early Works To 1800 : By the King. : A proclamation that all woollen clothes and stuffes made or mixed with wooll, and brought to London to be sold or transported, be first brought to Blackwell Hall, there to be searched.; England and Wales.
Wool England Poetry Early Works To 1800 : Taylors pastorall : being both historicall and satyricall: or the noble antiquitie of shepheards, with the profitable vse of sheepe: with a small touch of a scabbed sheepe, and a caueat against that infection.; Taylor, John,
Wool Fabrics Taxation Great Britain : By the King : Iames by the grace of God, king of England, Scotland, France and Ireland ... : whereas our late sister ... Elizabeth late queen of England by her letters patents bearing date at Westminster the xiii. day of Iuly, in the xxxvi. yeere of her raigne ...; England and Wales.
Wool Industries And Trade Great Britain : A representation of great evils, arising by the exportation of wooll : shewing how it affects the poor, trade and traders, lands, and the king and kingdom in general, with a short view of an easie remedy, humbly offer'd to the honourable House of Commons / by William Woodford.; Woodford, William.
Wool Industry : The history of wool and woolcombing.; Burnley, James,
Wool Industry England Devon Early Works To 1800 : The Reasons humbly offered to consideration, why the incorporating the whole trade of the woollen manufactures of this kingdom to the company called the Merchant-Adventurers of England, is and will prove more and more detrimental as to the country in general, so especially to the county of Devon and city of Exon. : And also how a frank and free trade to all English merchants, will be far more advantagious to the whole land.