W H Active 1634 : The true picture and relation of Prince Henry his noble and vertuous disposition : containing certaine observations and proofes of his towardly and notable inclination to vertue, of the pregnancie of his wit, farre above his age, comprehended in sundry of his witty and pleasant speaches. By W.H. With the true relation of the sicknesse and death of the same most illustrious prince, vvith the opening of his body. Written by a famous doctor of physick in French, and newly translated into English.
W H B : King Charles the First, no man of blood: but a martyr for his people.
W I Active 17th Century : A compleat parson: or, A description of advovvsons, or church-liuing : Wherein is set forth, the intrests of the parson, patron, and ordinarie, &c. With many other things concerning the same matter, as they were deliuered at severall readings at New-Inne / by I. Doderidge, anno, 1602, 1603. And now published for a common good, by W.I.
W K Active 1668 : An English answer to the Scotch speech. : Shewing the intollerableness of tolleration in matters of religion. And converting each argument in that speech to its most reasonable, genuine, and proper use, and each paragraph into an argument against its author. / By W.K., a lover of loyalty, truth and tranquility ; and one who accounts it a dignity, as well as duty, to be an obedient son of the Church of England.
W K Astrologer : Good news for England, or, A prediction of the happy success that will attend their Majesties Protestant army now in Ireland, and the miserable fate of the French and Irish papists there in arms and open rebellion against their majesties : shewing how that by the policy and power of the great Duke Schomberg and the rest of those worthy gentlemen and soldiers there under his command, the late King James and all his adherents, that do not timely lay hold on their most gracious Majesties act of indemnity, will be totally brought unto ruine and desolation : for Ireland must and will certainly be made subject to King William and Queen Mary / by W. K. Astrologer.
W L A Lover Of His Country : King Charles vindicated, or The grand cheats of the nation discovered. : With an abstract of 1 The Rumps extraordinary exactions, 2 Their large distributions of other mens estates. / By W.L. a lover of his country·
W L B D : An helpe for yong people, preparing them for the worthy receiving of the Lords Supper. By W.L. B.D.
W L Esquire : The covrts of iustice corrected and amended, or, The corrupt lavvyer untrust, lasht, and quasht : wherein the partiall iudge, counsellour, great mover, whispering informer, favourite at the bar and fully displayed, convicted, and directed / by W.L., Esquire.
W M Active 1609 : The man in the moone, telling strange fortunes, or, The English fortune-teller
W M Active 1639 : Ovid's banquet of sence : With a coronet for his mistresse philosophy; and his amorous zodiack.
W M Esq : A satyrical poem on the most horrid and execrable Jesuitish Plot in 1678, for the assassination of the King, subversion of the government, destruction of Protestantism and introduction of popery : also an humble address to His Most Sacred Majesty for the extirpation of popery / by a loyal subject to the King, a true son of the Church of England and a faithful servant to his countrey, W.M., Esq.
W M Servitour : A true discourse of the late battaile fought betweene our Englishmen, and the Prince of Parma, on Monday the 15. of Nouember 1585 : and of such towers and cities as are of late conquered and brought to the Queenes Maiesties subiection, by that valiant gentleman M. Norris.
W P Servant To The Light : Tears wip'd off, or, The second essay of the Quakers by way of poetry : occasioned by the coronation of James and Mary / written in the sincerity of the spirit, by W.P., a servant to the light.