Wharton Henry 1664 1695 Defence Of Pluralities : The case of pluralities & non-residence rightly stated : in a letter to the author of a book called, A defence of pluralities, &c. shewing the false reasonings and evil doctrines therein contained / by an impartial hand, and a hearty well-wisher to the Church of England.; Impartial hand and a hearty well-wisher to the Church of England.
Wharton Henry 1664 1695 Enthusiasm Of The Church Of Rome : A vindication of Saint Ignatius (founder of the Society of Jesus) from phanaticism ; and of the Jesuites, from the calumnies laid to their charge in a late book, entitul'd, The enthusiasm of the Church of Rome / by William Darrel ...; Darrell, William,
Wharton Mary 1677 : By the King and Queen a proclamation ... : whereas we have received information that James Campbell, commonly called Captain Campbell, Archibald Montgomery, and Sir John Johnston ... did in a forcible manner seize upon ... Mary Wharton and carried her away ...; England and Wales.
Wharton Mary Carey Lady 1615 1674 : Mary's choice declared in a sermon preached at the funeral of the Right Honourable Lady Mary Wharton, late wife of the Honourable Sir Thomas Wharton, Knight of the Bath, at Edlington in the county of York : together with a narrative of the religious and holy life, and death of that excellent lady / by P.W., Rector of Edlington.; P. W.
Wharton Sir George 1617 1681 : Anglicus, peace, or no peace. 1645. : A probable conjecture of the state of England, and the present differences betwixt His Majestie and the Parliament of England now sitting at Westminster, for this present yeer, 1645. An exact ephemeris of the daily motions of the planets; with an easie introduction to the use thereof. Monethly-observations. A table of houses, and explanations thereof. To which is added, A modest reply to M. Wharton, and the prognostication of his present almanak printed at Oxford, for 1645. / By William Lilly, Student in Astrologie. Printed according to order.; Lilly, William,
Wharton William Esq : Sir Joseph Tily Knt. and Dame Deborah his wife, relict and administratrix, with the will annex'd of Sir John Roberts Baronet deceased, appellants. : William Wharton Esq; and Eunice his wife, respondents. The appellants case.; Tily, Joseph,
Wharves England London : The State of the case depending between some of the inhabitants of Thames street and Josiah Child touching Lion-key ...
Whately William 1583 1639 : Prototypes, or, The primarie precedent presidents out of the booke of Genesis. : Shewing, the [brace] good and bad [brace] things [brace] they did and had [brace] practically applied to our information and reformation. / By that faithfull and painefull preacher of Gods word, William Whately late pastour of Banbury. ; Together with Mr. Whatelyes life and death. ; Published by Mr. Edward Leigh and Mr. Henry Scudder, who were appointed by the authour to peruse his manuscripts, and printed by his owne coppy..; Whately, William,
Wheat Diseases And Pests Early Works To 1800 : A discourse or historie of bees : Shewing their nature and usage, and the great profit of them. VVhereunto is added the causes, and cure of blasted wheat. And some remedies for blasted hops, and rie, and fruit. Together with the causes of smutty wheat: all which are very usefull for this later age. Written by Richard Remnant.; Remnant, Richard.