Walwyn William 1600 1681 Vanitie Of The Present Churches : Church-Levellers, or, Vanity of vanities and certainty of delusion: : discovered in the pamphlet, called The vanity of the present churches, and uncertainty of their preaching. / By a friend to both true churches and preachers.; Friend to both true churches and preachers.
Wampanoag Indians Missions Early Works To 1800 : The light appearing more and more towards the perfect day. Or, a farther discovery of the present state of the Indians in New-England, concerning the progresse of the Gospel amongst them. : Manifested by letters from such as preacht to them there. / Published by Henry Whitfeld, late pastor to the Chuch [sic] of Christ at Gilford in New-England, who came late thence.; Whitfield, Henry,
Wampanoag Indians Wars : King Philip's War : colonial expansion, native resistance, and the end of Indian sovereignty / Daniel R. Mandell.; Mandell, Daniel R.,
Wandering Jew : The Jewes high commondation of the metrapolitant [sic] cathedrall church of St. Paul : having view'd the greatest effiges [sic] in the world : with Pauls complaint to His Sacred Majesty of all his sad losses and abuses in the time of his absence, and His Majesties gracious promise for the repairing of it to its former state & condition : to a delicate new tune, or, The Repairing of Pauls.
Wandering Jew Early Works To 1800 : Nevves from Holland : or a short relation of two witnesses now living, of the suffering and passion of our saviour Jesus Christ, the one being a Gentile, the other a Jew, which sufferings they beheld as eye-witnesses when our Lord was crucified. The probability whereof is verified by Scripture and divers eminent authours. Imprimatur Iohn Downam.
Wandesford Elizabeth : To the Honourable the knights, citizens, and burgesses in Parliament assembled. The humble petition of Elizabeth Wandesford, formerly widdow and relict of Garret Foulks, Esq; in behalf of her self and children; Wandesford, Elizabeth.
Wapping London England Early Works To 1800 : Sad and lamentable news from VVapping : giving a true and just account of a most horrible and dreadful fire, which happened on Sunday the 19th. of Nov. 1682. Beginning at the house of one Capt. Allen, in Cinnamon-street, by the carelesness of a drunken fellow, a sawyer, who lodged in the house aforesaid, and by letting the candle fall into some shavings, he proved ruinous to some thousands now undone by the ont-ragious [sic] flames, which with uncontroulable force burned down two thousand houses, destroying all before it for a whole mile in length, and a quarter of a mile in breadth, burning down streets, lanes, allies, courts, yards, wharfs, cranes, the like never known before since the great fire of London. It continued twenty hours or more, to the ruine of many mens good estates, besides the loss of forty mens lives, who were destroyed in endeavouring to asswage the force of this terribel fire. Also, giving you a particular account of the great losses of several men, namely, Sir William Warren, the Lady Ivy, Mr. Hooper, M
Wapping London England History Early Works To 1800 : To the honourable the chosen and betrusted knights, citizens and burgesses in Parliament assembled : the humble petition of divers wel-affected free born people of England, inhabiting in and about East-Smithfield and VVapping, and other parts adjacent.