Wale Jeffery : London, Jan. 18th. 1704/5. : Whereas in the Postman of (December 26.) it is suggested the Posthumous works of Mr. de St. Evremont, lately English'd. are ... spurious and defective ... this is to inform the learned, that it is a false and malicious insinuation ... It is printed for Jeffery Wale, at the Angel in St. Paul's Church-yard..
Wales Anecdotes Early Works To 1800 : The western wonder, or, O Brazeel, an inchanted island discovered : with a relation of two ship-wracks in a dreadful sea-storm in that discovery : to which is added, a description of a place, called, Montecapernia, relating the nature of the people, their qualities, humours, fashions, religions, &c.; Head, Richard,
Wales Biography Early Works To 1800 : Anglorum speculum, or The worthies of England, in church and state : Alphabetically digested into the several shires and counties therein contained; wherein are illustrated the lives and characters of the most eminent persons since the conquest to this present age. Also an account of the commodities and trade of each respective county, and the most flourishing cities and towns therein.; G. S.
Wales Castles History : Castellarium Anglicanum : an index and bibliography of the castles in England, Wales and the islands.; King, David James Cathcart.
Wales Census 1563 : The diocesan population returns for 1563 and 1603 / edited by Alan Dyerand D.M. Palliser.
Wales Census 1603 : The diocesan population returns for 1563 and 1603 / edited by Alan Dyerand D.M. Palliser.
Wales Census 1676 : The Compton Census of 1676 : a critical edition : edited by A. Whiteman with the assistance of Mary Clapinson.; Whiteman, Anne.
Wales Census 1991 : 1991 Census of population : confidentiality and computing.; Great Britain.
Wales Decription And Travel Early Works To 1800 : England's remarques : giving an exact account of the several shires, counties, and islands in England and Wales. In every of which you have I. How the county is bounded. II. The length, breadth, and circumference. III. The temperature of the air, and fertility or barrenness of the soil. IV. What commodities each shire or county affordeth. V. In what dioces, and how many parishes in it. VI. The number of Parliament-men, hundreds, and market-towns. VII. In every shire you have the name of the city or shire-town, with the latitude thereof, and how it bears, with the reputed and measured distance of the same from London, the road to the same; how governed, and the coat of arms, and what other things are therein remarkable. VIII. You have the names of such noble families as have been dukes or earls of each county since their first constitution. IX. Whatsoever is eminent or remarkable thorow-out the whole kingdom. To which is added a travelling map, describing the principal roads thorow-out England.
Wales Defences Early Works To 1800 : To the honourable court the House of Commons now assembled in Parliament : The humble petition of many hundred thousands, inhabiting within the thirteene shires of Wales. Directed to the House the 12. of February, 1641. shewing their manifold grievances, for which they desire redresse from the Parliament. With their motion that their country may be more strongly fortified with ammunition of armes. And how they freely proffer themselves to assist the Protestants in Ireland.
Wales Description And Travel 1601 1700 Early Works To 1800 : The English travellers companion or, A ready and sure g[uide] from Londo[n,] to any of the principal cities and tow[ns] in England & Wal[es.] : Containing all the grand roads with their branches, and the towns and vil [...] pass through: to which is affixed the computed distan[ce from] one town to another. Exhibited by five tables in a new [and ac]curate method. Very delightful for those that stay at home, [and] more useful for all such as have business to any part of the kingdom. By a lover of his country-men.; Ogilby, John,
Wales Description And Travel Guidebooks : The City and country chapmans almanack for the year of our Lord 1692 : wherein all the marts and fairs in England and Wales are disposed in an alphabetical order ... also the post roads, and their several branches throughout England and Wales ... and the names of all the market towns in every county ... and usefull tables for all travaillers, tradesmen or chapmen whatsoever.
Wales Description And Travel Guidebooks Early Works To 1800 : The Chapmans and travellers almanack for the year of Christ 1695 : wherein all the post-roads, with their several branches and distances, the marts, fairs, and markets in England and Wales, are alphabetically disposed in every month : to which is added a table of accounts ready cast up ... and other tables and things useful for all travellers, traders, or Chapmen whatsoever : as also the rising and setting of the sun and moon, the tides, and whatsoever else is necessary for an annual almanack.
Wales Description And Travel Poetry : The vvorthines of VVales : vvherein are more then a thousand seuerall things rehearsed: some set out in prose to the pleasure of the reader, and with such varietie of verse for the beautifying of the book, as no doubt shal delight thousands to vnderstand. Which worke is enterlarded with many wonders and right strange matter to consider of: all the which labour and deuice is drawne forth and set out by Thomas Churchyard, to the glorie of God, and honour of his Prince and countrey.; Churchyard, Thomas,
Wales Distances Etc Early Works To 1800 : The travellers guide being the best mapp of the kingdom of England and principalaty of Wales : Wherem [sic] are delineated 3000 towns & villages more then in any mapp yet extent besides ye notations of bridges & rivers &c. To which is added ye direct and cross roads according to Mr: Ogilby's late survey, described by C: Saxton. And now carefully corrected with new additions by Philip Lea.; Ogilby, John,