Wilson John Active 17th Century : The Scriptures genuine interpreter asserted, or, A discourse concerning the right interpretation of Scripture : wherein a late exercitation, intituled, Philosophia S. scripturæ interpres, is examin'd, and the Protestant doctrine in that point vindicated : with some reflections on another discourse of L.W. written in answer to the said exercitation : to which is added, An appendix concerning internal illumination, and other operations of the Holy Spirit upon the soul of man, justifying the doctrine of Protestants, and the practice of serious Christians, against the charge of ethusiasm, and other unjust criminations / by John Wilson ...
Wilson John Active 1647 : The Kings Majesties most gracious message sent to His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax; : wherein he declares his gracious will and pleasure, concerning his coming to London; as also some remarkable passages touching the generall and his armie.
Wilson John Approximately 1575 Approximately 1645 Attributed Name : Prurit-anus, vel nec omne nec ex omni. Sive Apologia pro Puritanis, & nouatoribus vniuersis : In qua et mores, & opiniones nouorum hominum nostri temporis, auctoritate Scripturæ affirmantur & infirmantur. Ad reformatos huius sæculi Fratres, Germanos, Gallos, & Britannos. Addita est etiam, per appendicem, similis apologia pro libro ser. Iacobi Regis Magnæ Britanniæ nuperrimè edito & inscripto Praefatio Monitoria ad omnes monarchas, & principes Christianos &c. Per Horatium Dolabellam neapolitanum.
Wilson John Mackay : Historical, traditionary and imaginative tales of the borders and of Scotland.
Wilson John Marius : The rural cyclopedia, or a general dictionary of agriculture, and of the arts, sciences.
Wilson John Minister Of The Word : The vanity of mans present state proved and applyed : in a sermon on Psalm 39.5. With divers sermons of the saints communion with God, and safety under his protection, in order to their future glory, on Psalm 73. 23, 24, 25, 26. By the late able and faithful minister of the Word John Wilson
Wilson John Of Breedon Leicestershire : A good and seasonable caveat for Christians. : Delivered in a sermon at the funerall of the right worshipfull Sir Charles Shirley, Knight and baronet, in the parish church of Breedon, in Leicester-Shire. / By John Wilson, Master of Arts, and preacher of Gods word in the sayd parish. 7. Octob. 1646. Imprimatur, Jo. Downame.
Wilson John P : Nobody's boy / John P. Wilson adapted from a farce by W. M. Lestocq.