Weymouth Dorset England Antiquities : "Given to the ground" : a Viking age mass grave on Ridgeway Hill, Weymouth / by Louise Loe ... [et al.] ; with contributions by Lesley Abrams ... [et al.] ; illustrations by Magdalena Wachnik ... [et al.].
Weymouth Dorset History Siege 1643 Early Works To 1800 : An exact relation of foure notable victories obtained by the Parliaments forces: : being informed to the Honourable House of Parliament on Satterday last, being the 24. day of this instant February, 1644. Viz. I. The taking of 3000 pound in money, besides plate and jewels, with a convoy of sixty horse; going from Prince Rupert to Weymouth. II. Collonel Mittons taking of one collonel, many captaines and other officers, and 60 common soldiers prisoners; with the routing two regiments of Irish rebels newly landed, and taking their bag and baggage. III. A defeat given to the Newark forces, occasioned by a discovery of a dangerous plot, for betraying the town of Nottingham; with the manner of drowning many of them, and taking others prisoners. IV. The taking of twelve ships by the Earle of Warwicks ships, which were imployed against the Parliament, under the command of Browne Bushell; with a relation of what store of ordnance, ammunition and treasure was therein. Published according to order.
Weymouth Dorset Siege 1643 : An Exact relation of foure notable victories obtained by the Parliaments forces : being informed to the Honourable House of Parliament on Satterday last, being the 24 day of this instant February, 1644, ...
Wezel Netherlands History : A historicall relation of the famous siege of the Busse, and the suprising of Wesell : Together with the articles, and points of composition graunted by his Excellencie the Prince of Orange to those of the towne. And a supposition of the state, and order of their garrison marching out of the city. and some other additions herevnto annexed. Written by H.H. ... .; Hexham, Henry,
Whales England Early Works To 1800 : Strange news from the deep : being a full account of a large prodigious whale, lately taken in the river Wivner, within six miles of Colchester : declaring the strange manner of its coming up, by what unusuall means it was seized upon by the neighboring inhabitants : also an account of the like prodigious accidents in general.
Whales England Greenwich Early Works To 1800 : Strange news from Gravesend and Greenwich. being an exact and more full relation of two miraculous and monstrous fishes : first discovered in Rainham Creek, and afterwards pursued by fishermen up the river of Thames, who with harping irons and fish-spears kill'd the biggest of them at Gravesend, which after thousands of people had view'd it, they hew'd in pieces and boyl'd in cauldrons for the oyl. The other was taken and kill'd at Greenwich, which being measured, was found to be one and twenty foot in length, and sixteen foot over. And likewise a less than either of these which was in company with them, which made his escape from the fishermen, and got away to sea again. This relation being attested by many thousands of eye-witnesses, which have seen them both.
Whales England Ipswich Early Works To 1800 : A moste true and marueilous straunge wonder, the lyke hath seldom ben seene, of. XVII. monstrous fishes, taken in Suffolke, at Downham brydge, within a myle of Ipswiche : The .XI. daye of October. in the yeare of our Lorde God. M.D.LX.VIII.; Granger, Timothy.
Whales Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : Wonders from the deep, or, A true and exact account and description of the monstrous whale : lately taken near Colchester, being two and forty foot in length, and of bigness proportionable, with the manner of its coming, and being kill'd on Thursday the 9th of April, being so rare and strange a sight that multitudes of people from all parts dayly go to see it as thick as to a market or fair.
Whales In Art : Der historische Walfang in Bildern / für das Altonaer Museum in Hamburg, Norddeutsches Landesmuseum, herausgegeben von Gerhard Kaufmann.; Münzing, Joachim.
Whales Ireland Early Works To 1800 : Strange and wonderful news from Ireland : of a whale of a prodigious size, being eighty two foot long, cast ashore on the third of this instant February, near Dublin, and there exposed to publick view / in a letter to a person of quality.; Simmons, Patrick.