Wettenhall Edward 1636 1713 : The true history of councils enlarged and defended : against the deceits of a pretended vindicator of the primitive church, but indeed of the tympanite & tyranny of some prelates many hundred years after Christ, with a detection of the false history of Edward Lord Bishop of Corke and Rosse in Ireland ... and a preface abbreviating much of Ludolphus's History of Habassta : written to shew their dangerous errour, who think that a general council, or colledge of bishops, is a supream governour of all the Christian world ... / by Richard Baxter ... ; to which is added by another hand, a defence of a book, entituled, No evidence for diocesan churches ...; Baxter, Richard,
Wettenhall Edward 1636 1713 Brief And Modest Reply To Mr Penns Tedi : Truth further defended, and William Penn vindicated; : being a rejoynder to a book entitutled, A brief and modest reply, to Mr. Penn's tedious, scurrilous, and unchristian defence, against the bishop of Cork. Wherein that author's unfainess is detected, his arguments and objections are answered. / By T.W. and N.H.; Wight, Thomas,
Wexford History Early Works To 1800 : A letter from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, to the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of England : giving an account of the proceedings of the army there under his Lordships command; and several transactions between his Lordship and the Governor of Wexford. Together with a relation of the taking in of Wexford, with the fort, haven and shipping there; and of several other garisons of the enemy. As also the propositions tendred for the rendition of Wexford: and a copy of a censure, under the hand of Nicholas Bishop of Fernes, against Talbot who dyed a Protestant. Ordered by the Parliament, that these letters and transactions be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.; Ireland.
Wexford Ireland History Early Works To 1800 : The taking of VVexford : a letter from an eminent officer in the Army, under the command of the Lord Leiutenant of Ireland relateing the number put to the sword, and the manner of the taking the said town, with 71 peices of ordnance, 40 ships, 1300 prisoners, with store of arms, ammunition, mony, plate and jewells, and the advance of the Lord Leiutenants army to Rosse. And the engagement between Colonell Monroe and Colonell Oconelly, who was slain in the service.; R. L.
Wexford Ireland History Military Early Works To 1800 : July 22. 1642. A brief relation of the late passages that happened at His Majesties fort of Duncannon, in the county of Wexford in Leinster, since the 8 of June, 1642. : With the taking and burning the town and castle called Dunmore, being a place of shelter for the rebels, with divers other matters of note. Written by Captain Thomas Aston, imployed in that service under command of the Lord Esmond; and by him sent to a gentleman of good credit in London.; Aston, Thomas,
Wexner Center For The Visual Arts : Phenomenon of visual perception in architecture : seen over Wexner Center for Visual Arts and Knowlton School of Architecture / Fatema Kabir.; Kabir, Fatema.