Web William Sir : Descensus astrææ : the device of a l'ageant [sic] borne before M. William Web, lord maior of the citie of London on the day he tooke his oath, beeing the 29. of October. 1591 : wherevnto is annexed a speech deliuered by one cladlike a sea nymph ... to the lord maior, at the time he tooke barge to go to Westminster / done by G. Peele ...; Peele, George,
Webb Henry : Henry Webb executor of Dr. Thomas Wood, late bishop of Litchfeild and Coventry, appellant. : Thomas Kirke executor of Mary his wife, daughter of John Wood, elder brother of the bishop, respondent. The respondent's case.
Webb J : Truth brought to light, or, The last words of a dying-man: : being the speech of William Dillon Esquire, executed the twenty fifth of February, 1662, for the death of J. Web, lately killed in a frey in Long-Acre.; Dillon, William.
Webb John 1674 Or 5 1759 : John Webb, alias, Hop-bodee-boody's last will and testament : VVho departed this life at his nurses house in Turn-Mill-street, in the 85th. year of his age. VVith his pretty exploits, character, sayings, and epitaph.
Webb Margot 1910 : Waltzing in the dark : African American Vaudeville and race politics in the swing era / Brenda Dixon Gottschild.; Gottschild, Brenda Dixon.
Webb Noah 1675 : Christians earnest expectation and longing for the glorious appearing of the great God and our saviour Jesus Christ : set forth in a discourse occasioned by the decease of that excellent Christian and minister of Christ Mr. Noah Webb ... / by Daniel Burgess.; Burgess, Daniel,
Webb William : The strange actings of Sir John Heydon Kt. and governour in the Somer Islands and also of Henry Tucker one of his council there and the like acting by William Webb Esq; : deputy of the said company in the courts at London, which you may see made out by their own records, by turning to the several folio's in a book lately printed and intituled, A true relation of the just and unjust proceedings of the Somer-Island Company.; Trott, Perient.