Walker George 1581 1651 Socinianisme In The Fundamentall Point Of J : Mr. Anthony Wotton's defence against Mr. George Walker's charge, accusing him of Socinian heresie and blasphemie / written by him in his life-time, and given in at an hearing by Mr. Walker procured ; and now published out of his own papers by Samuel Wotton his sonne ; together with a preface and postcript, briefly relating the occasion and issue thereof, by Thomas Gataker ...; Wotton, Anthony,
Walker George 1645 1690 True Account Of The Siege Of London Derry : Apology for Mr. Walker fully vindicated : in a conflict with the author of the Reflections on the Apology. The Reflector's intellectual endowments, learning, and morals display'd. This paper, having waited above three months for the true narrative of the siege of Derry, is now publisht, chiefly, for the diversion of such as have read the Apology.
Walker John Active 1650 : To every individuall member of the supreme authority of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England, but more especially to Colonell George Thompson chairman to the committee for regulating the new import of excise, and particularly for that of sope : The humble addresse of Lieutenant Coll. John Lilburne, a freeman of the Common-wealth of England.; Lilburne, John,
Walker Kara 1969 : Gone astray in the flesh : Kara Walker, black women writers, and African American postmemory.; Keizer, Arlene R.
Walker Mary Mrs : The case of Mrs Mary VValker, : the wife of Clement Walker, Esq: truly stated. Humbly tendered to every individual member of the supream authority of the nation, the Commons assembled in Parliament.; Walker, Mary,
Walker Scott 1943 : Another tear falls : a study of Scott Walker / Jeremy Reed.; Reed, Jeremy.
Walkinshaw John Of Barrowfield : Ansvvers for John Walkingshaw of Borrowfield : To the libel at the instance of Robert Greenlies in Glasgow, and Robert Yool, one of the baillies thereof.
Wall Edward 1676 : The confession and execution of the prisoners at Tyburn on Wednesday the 17th of this instant May, 1676. : Viz. Henry Seabrook, Elizabeth Longman, Robert Scot, [bracket] condemned the former sessions. Edward Wall, and Edward Russell. Giving a full and satisfactory account of their crimes, behaviours, discourses in prison, and last words (as neer as could be taken) at the place of execution. Published for a warning, to all that read it, to avoid the like wicked courses, which brought these poor people to this shameful end.
Wall John Saint 1620 1679 : A narrative of the proceedings and tryal of Mr. Francis Johnson, a Franciscan, at Worcester last summer-assizes Anno Dom. 1679 / written with his own hand as followeth.; Wall, John,