Weale John 1791 1862 : Rudimentary and practical instructions on the science of railway construction : for the use of beginners and those who have commenced practice, in ten divisions, with upwards of one hundred and fifty illustrations.
Weale Magdalene M Magdalene Marie : A book of London English 1384-1425 / edited by R.W. Chambers and Marjorie Daunt ; with an appendix on English documents in the Record office by M. M. Weale.
Wear Stephen : Informed consent : patient autonomy and clinician beneficence within health care / Stephen Wear.
Wearden Jennifer Mary : World dress in : fashion in detail from / Rosemary Crill, Jennifer Wearden and Verity Wilson ; with contributions from Anna Jackson and Charlotte Horlyck ; photographs by Richard Davis ; drawings by Leonie Davis.
Weare Siobhan : The English legal system / Alisdair A. Gillespie, Head of Law at Lancaster University ; with Siobhan Weare, Lecturer in Law at Lancaster University.
Wearing A L : Company financing in the United Kingdom : a flow of funds model.
Wearing Agnes 1685 : An account of the tryal of Charles Bateman, chirurgeon, for high- treason, in conspiring the death of the late King and the subversion of the government &c. : who was tryed and found guilty, at Justice-Hall in the Old Bayly, on the 9th of December, 1685. The tryals of John Holland and William Davis, for conspiring against, violently assaulting, and without any warrantable cause, imprisoning William Chancey ... who were tryed and found guilty ... on the 10th of December, 1685. As also the tryals of John Holland, William Davis, and Agnes Wearing, for a notorious burglary and felony ... in the house of Leonel Gatford ... who were tryed and found guilty ... on the 11th of December, 1685.
Wearis F : Nevvs from the channel, or The discovery and perfect description of the Isle of Serke : Appertaining to the English crown and never before publickly discoursed of. Truly setting forth the notable stratagem whereby it was first taken, the nature of the place and people. Their government, customes, manufactures and other particulars, no less necessary than pleasant to be known. In a letter from a gentleman now inhabiting there, to his friend and kinsman in London.