Whinnell Thomas Active 1699 : A Serious answer to a late book stiled, A reply to Mr. Robert Steed's epistle concerning singing : wherein the chief scriptures and arguments are examined, and the weakness thereof shewed : together with an answer to the several reflections, and false charges, against both churches and persons, recommended to the elders, ministers, and members of baptized churches.
Whistle Blowing England : Carr's case : being a brief relatio[n] of the cause and sufferings o[f] Mr. William Carre, humbly tendred to the consideration of the hon'ble House of Commons, who are the representatives of all the commons of England : together with a plea against the pretended jurisdictions & [irre]gular proceedings of the House of Lords in which may [be] seen the just rights of every commoner & free-born subject of England.; Carr, William.
Whiston Joseph 1690 An Essay To Revive The Primitive Doctrine : Truth defended. or, A triple answer to the late triumvirates opposition in their three pamphlets : viz. Mr. Baxter's review, Mr. Wills his censure, Mr. Whiston's postscript to his essay, &c. With Mr. Hutchinson's letter to Mr. Baxter a little before his death. And a postscript in answer to Mr. William Walker's modest plea for infants baptism. By Tho. DeLaune.; De Laune, Thomas,
Whiston Joseph 1690 Infant Baptism From Heaven And Not Of Men : A treatise concerning the covenant and baptism dialogue-wise, between a Baptist & a Poedo-Baptist : wherein is shewed, that believers only are the spirituall seed of Abraham, fully discovering the fallacy of the argument drawn from the birth priviledge : with some animadversions upon a book intituled Infant-baptism from heaven and not of men, defending the practise of baptizing only believers against the exceptions of M. Whiston / by Edward Hutchinson.; Hutchinson, E. M.
Whiston Joseph 1690 Right Method For The Proving Of Infant Baptism : A just reply to Mr. John Flavell's arguments by way of answer to a discourse lately published, entitled, A solemn call, &c. : wherein it is further plainly proved that the covenant made with Israel on Mount Sinai, as also the covenant of circumcision made with Abraham, whereon so much stress is laid for the support of infants baptism ... : together with a reply to Mr. Joseph Whiston's reflections on the forementioned discourse, in a late small tract of his entituled, The right method for the proving of infants baptism ... / by Philip Cary ...; Cary, Philip.
Whitaker Charles : Full and accurate report of the trial of Edward Ker, Esq., upon a criminal information for writing a defamatory letter to Charles Whitaker, Esq.; Ker, Edward.
Whitaker Edward Short History Of The Life And Death Of An Act Made In The : A justification of the paper, entituled, A short history of the life and death of the act made in the 35th of Eliz. Cap. I, &c. : containing some observations on that part of the Gazett (published 21th of April last) which asserts the contrary : wherein it doth plainly appear (notwithstanding what is therein alledged) that the said act of the 35th of Eliz. and the Conventicle Act of the 16th of the King, are not in being, nor hath the force of a law / by the same author.; Whitaker, Edward,
Whitaker Jeffery : The diaries of Jeffery Whitaker, schoolmaster of Bratton, 1739-1741 / edited by M. Reeves and J. Morrison.; Whitaker, Jeffery.
Whitaker Nathaniel 1730 1795 : An Indian preacher in England : being letters and diaries relating to the mission of the Reverend Samson Occom and the Reverend Nathaniel Whitaker / edited by L.B. Richardson.
Whitaker William 1548 1595 Ad Nicolai Sanderi Demonstrationes Quadr : A refutation of sundry reprehensions, cauils, and false sleightes, by which M. Whitaker laboureth to deface the late English translation, and Catholike annotations of the new Testament, and the booke of Discouery of heretical corruptions. By William Rainolds, student of diuinitie in the English Colledge at Rhemes; Rainolds, William,
Whitbourne England Maps : [Herefordshire - Worcestershire] [cartographic material] : sheet SO 75 NW.; Great Britain.