Writer Clement Active 1627 1658 Jus Divinum Presbyterii : The unreasonableness of infidelity; : manifested in four discourses, the subject of which is expressed in the next pages. Written for the strengthening of the weak, the establishing of the tempted, the staying of the present course of apostasie, and the recovery of those that have not sinned unto death. / By Richard Baxter.; Baxter, Richard,
Writers Block : Pathways through writing blocks in the academic environment / Kate Evans.; Evans, Kate.
Writers Workshops : The writing workshop notebook : notes on creating and workshopping / Alan Ziegler.; Ziegler, Alan.
Writing Books English Early Works To 1800 : The compleat writing master : a copy book furnished with all the most usefull hands now practised by the best artists in London : together with such plain and easie directions for young learners, that they may in a short time (without the help of a teacher) fit themselves for any trade or imployment whatsoever : with directions for the making of all sorts of knots or flourishes / invented, written, and engraven by E. Cocker.; Cocker, Edward,
Writing Centres : Taking flight with OWLs : examining electronic writing center work / edited by James A. Inman, Donna N. Sewell.
Writing Europe History To 1500 Congresses : Strategies of writing : studies on text and trust in the Middle Ages : papers from Trust in Writing in the Middle Ages (Utrecht 28-29 November 2002) / edited by Petra Schulte, Marco Mostert and Irene van Renswoude.
Writing Italic Early Works To 1800 : The penn's practice, a new copy book containing sundry examples necessary for ye accomplishmt. of clerks mert-apprentices &c by Alex Brodie writing-master in Edinburgh. W. Elder sculp; Brodie, Alexander,
Writing Materials And Instruments Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : A declaration concerning the newly invented art of double writing. : Wherein are expressed the reasons of the authors proceedings in procuring a priviledge for the same : as also of the time, manner, and price, of the discovery of the said art, and of the instruments belonging thereunto. For the satisfaction of all that desire to be partakers of the great benefit of the same, before they adventure anything towards the reward thereof. Whereunto is annexed a copie of an ordinance of both houses of Parliament, approving the feasibility and great use of the said invention, and allowing a priviledge to the inventor, for the sole benefit thereof for 14 years, upon the penalty of one hundred pounds.; Petty, William,
Writs Great Britain History 18th Century : Memorial relative to subjects in which the dignity and interest of the Society of Clerks to his Majesty's Signet are deeply concerned [electronic resource].; Fletcher, Archibald,
Written Communication Europe History : L'ecrit dans la societe medievale : divers aspects de sa pratique du XIe au XVe siecle : textes en hommage a Lucie Fossier / reunis par Caroline Bourlet et Annie Dufour.