Ward Colin : Talking anarchy / Colin Ward and David Goodway.; Ward, Colin.
Ward Constancy 1697 : Caleb's spirit parallel'd : in a sermon preach'd at the funeral of the late Mrs. Constancy Ward of East-Smithfield, London, at the meeting-house in Devonshire Square, April 7, 1697 / by Walter Cross ...; Cross, Walter,
Ward Edward 1667 1731 : The curry-comb turn'd to its right use; or, The powder-monkey to a Jamaica ship, dress'd with it : By the author of the Trip to Holland.
Ward Edward 1667 1731 Pleasures Of Matrimony : [Advertisement] : The pleasures of matrimony; intermix'd with variety of merry and delightful stories ... price 1 s. sold by H. Rhodes, at the Star the corner of Bride-lane in Fleetstreet ...
Ward Mary 1866 1965 : Africa through Western eyes [microform]. Part 5, Papers of Frederick William Hugh Migeod and Mary Ward from the Royal Commonwealth Society Library at Cambridge University Library.
Ward Nathaniel 1578 1652 Religious Demurrer Concerning Submission T : The bounds & bonds of publique obedience. Or, A vindication of our lawfull submission to the present government, or to a government supposed unlawfull, but commanding lawfull things. : Likewise how such an obedience is consistent with our Solemne League and Covenant. In all which a reply is made to the three answers of the two demurrers, and to the author of the grand case of conscience, who professe themselves impassionate Presbyterians.; Ascham, Antony,
Ward Philip : By the King : a proclamation for the search and apprehension of certaine pirats.; England and Wales.
Ward Samuel 1572 1643 De Baptismatis Infantilis Vi Et Efficacia Dis : Plain Scripture proof of infants church-membership and baptism : being the arguments prepared for and partly managed in the publicke dispute with Mr. Tombes at Bewdley on the first day of Jan., 1649 : with a ful reply to what he then answered and what is contained in his sermon since preached in his printed books, his MS. on 1 Cor., 7, 14 which I saw, against M. Marshall, against these arguments : with a reply to his valedictory oration at Bewdley, and A corrective for his antidote / by Richard Baxter ... ; with An appendix of animaderversions on Mr. Bedfords tractate, and part of Dr. Wards, which seem to give too much to baptism ; wherein is added An examination of Mr. Ts. Praecursor and A friendly accommodation with Mr. Bedford.; Baxter, Richard,
Ward William Esq Active 1679 : The case of the Honourable William Ward Esq; son and heir apparent of the Right Honourable Edward Lord Ward, John Levett, Gent., and Mary his wife: : humbly offered to the consideration of the Right Honourable the Lords spiritual and temporal in Parliament assembled.; Ward, William,
Wardell Jane : A church scandal in Victorian Pickering.; Royle, Edward.
Warden Ann Jefferies 1626 : An account of one Ann Jefferies, now living in the county of Cornwall, who was fed for six months by a small sort of airy people call'd fairies, and of the strange and wonderful cures she performed with slaves and medicines she received from them, for which she never took one penny of her patients : in a letter from Moses Pitt to the Right Reverend Father in God, Dr. Edward Fowler, Lord Bishop of Glocester.; Pitt, Moses,
Warden Edmond : Die Sabbathi, 8 Julii, 1648. : Be it ordained, and it is hereby ordained by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that John Bradshaw, Richard Shuttleworth, Thomas Birch and Robert Hide in the county of Lancaster Esquires, Edmond Warden and Peter Edge in the said county gent. be, and are hereby added to the Committee of Sequestrations in the county of Westmorland ...; England and Wales.
Ware John Bookseller : A catalogue of books in several faculties and languages, : being the library of that learned and ingenious gentleman Thomas Scudamore, Esq; deceased. Consisting of a curious collection of the most valuable books of divinity, law, physick, philosophy, cosmography, history, mathematicks, philology, chronology, &c. In the Hebrew, Greek, Latin, and other tongues. To be sold by John Ware, bookseller, by way of auction at Dick's Coffee-House in Skinner-Row, Dublin; where the sale will begin on the 14th of November, 1698. Exactly at three of the clock in the afternoon. Of which library the catalogues will be distributed at these places, viz. The shop of Patrick Campbell bookseller at the Blue-Bible in Skinner-Row; the said John Ware's shop over-against St. Michael's Church in High-Street; and at the aforesaid place of sale.; Skidmore, Thomas,