Weathering Of Buildings England Early Works To 1800 : A true relation of a most dismal accident, that happened in the Strand, the 14th of this instant May, 1686 : By the fall of the Bull-Inn, and part of another adjacent house; together with the number of the persons kill'd, and those that were taken out alive amongst the ruins thereof, which in all, are to the number of fifteen persons.
Weaver Allan : So you think you know me? / Allan Weaver.; Weaver, Allan.
Weaver John Sr : By the Lord Lieutenant General, and General Governour of Ireland, a proclamation. : Sydney, whereas Their Majesties by their commission under the Great Seal of Ireland, bearing date at Dublin the twelfth day of this instant November ...; Ireland.
Weavers Conduct Of Life : The weavers pocket-book, or, Weaving spiritualized : in a discourse wherein men employed in that occupation are instructed how to raise heavenly meditations from the several parts of their work : to which also are added some few moral and spiritual observations relating both to that and other trades / by J.C.; Collinges, John,
Weavers Conduct Of Life Early Works To 1800 : The weavers pocket-book: or, Weaving spiritualized : In a discourse, wherein men employed in that occupation, are instructed how to raise heavenly meditations, from the several parts of their work. To which also are added some few moral and spiritual observations, relating both to that and other trades. By J. C. D.D.; Collinges, John,
Weavers England London : The Weavers of London do humbly offer to the serious consideration of both houses of Parliament, that this kingdom of England will sustain great evils and damage by enjoyning the wear of woollen manufactures and leather ... by a law : and so consequently restraining the wear of silks and hair stuffs manufactured in England, and that great benefit may ensue to the English nation, by prohibiting the use and wear of silks and stuffs foreign manufactur'd, appears by these following particulars ...; Worshipful Company of Weavers (London, England)
Weavers England London Early Works To 1800 : To the Right Honourable, and Right Worshipfull, the Knights and Burgesses of the Lower Howse of Parliament: the humble petition of the artizan cloth-workers of London
Weavers Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : Proposals for employing the weavers in their own trade, which shall or may want work, : and other poor people in the consumption of the manufactures of Great-Britain.
Weavers India Jammu And Kashmir : Kashmiri carpet children : exploited village weavers / Peter Cross ; additional material by Alan Whittaker.; Cross, Peter.
Weavers Malaysia : The Malay handloom weavers : a study of the rise and decline of traditional manufacture.; Maznah Mohamad.
Weavers Riots 1675 : A True narrative of all the proceedings against the weavers, at a court of oyer and terminer, held at Justice-Hall in the Old Bayly upon the same occasion, on Thursday the 16th of September 1675 : with an account of the manner of their deportment there, and also of the punishments allotted to them for their offence : how many are to be fined, and how many to stand in the pillory.
Web Based Instruction Congresses : Advances in web based learning : ICWL 2006 : 5th international conference, Penang, Malaysia, July 19-21, 2006 : revised papers / Wenyin Liu, Qing Li, Rynson W.H. Lau (eds.).; International Conference on Web-Based Learning
Web Based Instruction Design : Motivating and retaining online students : research-based strategies that work / Rosemary M. Lehman, Simone C.O. Conceicao.; Lehman, Rosemary M.,
Web Colonel : A sad and lamentable account of a barbarous and bloody-murther, committed upon the body of Sir William Hescot, Knight. : At the Globe Tavern in Fleet-Street on the 14th of November 1684. For which Henry St. Johns Esq; and Colonel Web, stand committed to the county goal of Newgate. Containing the material circumstances, relating to the death of the said unfortunate gentleman.