W W Gent : The black book of Newgate, or, An exact collection of the most material proceedings at all the sessions in the Old baily, for eighteen months last past ... : as also reflections and observations on several passages set forth as a warning to all that read it / by W.W. Gent.
W W Surgeon : Novum lumen chirurgicum extinctum, or, Med. Colbatch's New light of chirurgery put out : Wherein the dangerous and uncertain woundcuring of the pretending med. and the base imposture of his quack medicines, are impartially examin'd, describ'd, and evidently confuted and the method and medicines formerly receiv'd, and successfully practis'd, are rationally vindicated from the calumnies of his ignorant and malicious aspersions. : His experiments which he mentions, convicted of falshood; and others what their miscarriages are, annex'd; which he had craftily and knowingly suppress'd. / By W.W. surgeon.
W W William Watson 1559 1603 : A collection of several treatises concerning the reasons and occasions of the penal laws. : Viz. I. The execution of justice, in England, not for religion, but for treason: 17 Dec. 1583. II. Important considerations, by the secular priests: printed A.D. 1601. III. The Jesuits reasons unreasonable: 1662.
W W William Watts Active 1633 : The strange and dangerous voyage of Captaine Thomas Iames, in his intended discouery of the Northwest Passage into the South Sea : VVherein the miseries indured both going, wintering, returning; and the rarities obserued, both philosophicall and mathematicall, are related in this iournall of it. Published by his Maiesties command. To which are added, a plat or card for the sayling in those seas. Diuers little tables of the author's, of the variation of the compasse, &c. VVith an appendix concerning longitude, by Master Henry Gellibrand astronomy reader of Gresham Colledge in London. And an aduise concerning the philosophy of these late discouereyes, by W.W.
W W William Wither : Proposals to the officers of the Army, and to the City of London for the taking off all excise, taxes, and custom: : with a perfect unity of the Army, City, and Commons of England, for a free Parliament, and a firm peace, throughout the three nations. / By VV.VV. Gent.
W W William Wood : An expedient to avoid the great charge of new coyning the clipped money for the present, : and for the making it as useful as if it were new coyned: as also to prevent clipping for the future: humbly offered to the consideration of the Honourable House of Commons / by W. W.
W W Wood William : An expedient to avoid the great charge of new coyning the clipped money for the present, : and for the making it as useful as if it were new coyned: as also to prevent clipping for the future: / humbly offered to the consideration of the Honourable House of Commons, by W.W.
W Y : The moderate observator on a book intitul'd George Keith's farewel sermon at Turners Hall. : On Luke I. ver. 6. Whereon some principal remarks are made, concerning the author's unchristian spirit, by his false impositions on the world / by W.Y. M.D.
Waarmond Godelief : Den Engelschen bokkum gebraden op een France rooster : en bestookt met Helsch Vyer, door Pater La Chaise en Vader Peters : waar by gevoegd is een naauwkeurige afbeeldinge of beschrijvinge van Louis de veertiende, koning van Vrankrijk, en Jacobus de twede, koning van Engeland.
Waarsenburg Hans Van De : Five contemporary Flemish Poets / compiled with an introduction by Hans van de Waarsenburg; translated by J.S. Holmes, P. Nijmeijer, and S. Rollins.