White Thomas 1739 1811 : Thomas White, 1739-1811 : eighteenth century landscape designer and arboriculturist.; Turnbull, Deborah Kathleen Mary.
White Thomas Active 1605 : A True relation of the most horrible murther : committed by Thomas White of Lane Green in the parish of Auffley in the county of Salop, gent', upon the body of his wife Mrs. Dorothy White in the town of Kederminster in the county of Worcester, the 10th day of this instant May 1682.
White Thomas Sir 1492 1567 : An account of the many and great loans, benefactions, and charities belonging to the city of Coventry [electronic resource] : to which is annexed, a copy of the decretal order of the Court of Chancery relating to the memorable charity of Sir Thomas White.; Jackson, William,
White Walter Mayor Of Exeter : A just vindication of the reputation of Mr. VVhite alderman of the city of Exon, : in answer to a scurrillous pamphlet cald the Visihle [sic] vengeance, &c. Wherin is discovered the many falsities and untruths in that relation attested under the hand of his own servant that was with him in his journey till the day of his death: as also a true relation of the sad accident that befell him, with the circumstances thereof.; Dore, Christopher.
White Winefrid : Animadversions on a pamphlet, entitled, "Authentic documents relative to the miraculous cure of Winefrid White, of Wolverhampton, at St. Winefrid's Well, alias Holywell, in Flintshire, on the 28th of June, 1805" [electronic resource] / by Peter Roberts.; Roberts, Peter,
White Women : White women in racialized spaces : imaginative transformation and ethical action in literature / edited by Samina Najmi and Rajini Srikanth.
White Women In Literature : White women in racialized spaces : imaginative transformation and ethical action in literature / edited by Samina Najmi and Rajini Srikanth.
Whitechapel London England History Sources : The news from Whitechapel : Jack the Ripper in the Daily Telegraph / [edited by] Alexander Chisholm, Christopher-Michael DiGrazia and Dave Yost ; foreword by Paul Begg.
Whitefoot Barbara 1667 : Balaams wish; or, The reward of righteousness in, and after death : Considered and explicated by occasion of the late decease of Mrs. Barbara Whitefoot, late of Hapton in the county of Norfolk; who deceased April 9. and was interred April 11. 1667. By John Horne, preacher of the Gospel in former times in the parish of Lin-Allhallows, in the same county.; Horn, John,
Whiteford Sands Wales Maps : Carmarthenshire - Glamorgan [cartographic material] : sheet SS 49 NW & part of SS 39 NE.; Great Britain.
Whitehall Evening Post : A letter to the author of the calculations in the White-hall evening-post, relating to South-Sea stock [electronic resource] : shewing the mistakes in the said calculations, and, these being rectified, what the present value of South-Sea stock is : together with an answer to the unjust insinuations against the estimate of the value of the South-sea stock ... / by a member of the House of Commons.; Hutcheson, Archibald,
Whitehaven England Buildings Structures Etc : Whitehaven 1660-1800 : a new town of the late seventeenth century : a study of its buildings and urban development / Sylvia Collier with Sarah Pearson.; Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England)
Whitehaven England Poetry : A descriptive poem addressed to two ladies at their return from viewing the mines near Whitehaven: to which are added, Some thoughts on building and planting to Sir James Lowther ... / by John Dalton.; Dalton, John,
Whitehead George 1636 1723 Babylonish Baptist : The baptist not Babylonish, or The Quakers tongue no slander : Being a brief reply to a foolish and scandalous pamphlet called the Babylonish baptist. Written by G.W. a Quaker-teacher. Wherein his malice, insolence, and ignorance is discovered and detected. And a book lately published, intituled, Light from the sun of righteousness, is vindicated from those pretended contradictions, and groundless cavils made against it. H.G.; Grigg, Henry.
Whitehead George 1636 1723 Brief Discovery Of The Dangerous Princip : A fuller discovery of the dangerous principles and lying spirit of the people called Quakers : made manifest in George Whitehead, John Whitehead and George Fox the younger, in their book against Iohn Horne and Thomas Moore of Lin Regis in Northfolk / written by the said Thomas Moore and Iohn Horne for the fuller satifaction of all such as desire to be further satisfied about the evil and erroniousnesse of the said people called Quakers.; Moore, Thomas,