Williams Edward Murderer : A Full an [sic] true acount [sic] of a most barbarous and bloody murther committed by Edward Williams on the body of Mr. Hinton, at the Windsor-Castle in Green-Dragon Court, near Charing-Cross, on Thursday last : with the occasion of their quarrel ... and how the coroners inquest brought it in wilful murther, and committed Mrs. Hinton to the gate-house ... for being accessary [sic] to the same.
Williams Elizabeth : The abstract of the case of Richard Reed the younger, esquire, : respondent to the appeal of Walter Williams esq; and Elizabeth his wife appealants.; Williams, Walter.
Williams Elizabeth 1698 : A funeral sermon preached upon occasion of the decease of the eminently pious Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, late wife of Mr. Daniel Williams, who departed this life, June the 10th, 1698, Ætat 62 : with some account of her exemplary character taken for the most part out of her own papers / by Edmund Calamy.; Calamy, Edmund,
Williams Elizabeth Active 1690 : Walter Williams, and Elizabeth his wife, appealants. Richard Reed the Younger, respondent. The appeal is to be relieved against two decrees, the first made by the Lords Keeper Coventry, Anno 1639. (46 years since) the second by the Earl of Nottingham, late Lord Chancellor, 32 Car. II..; Williams, Walter.
Williams Gryffith 1589 1672 Vindiciae Regum Or The Grand Rebellion : Os ossorianvm, or, A bone for a bishop to pick : being a vindication of some passages in a treatise lately published, called Anti-cavalierisme, from the impertinant and importune exceptions of Gr. Williams, the author of the Grand rebellion, calling himselfe by the name of the L. Bishop of Ossory : wherein likewise, the malignitie of severall passages in the said Grand rebellion against the Parliament is discovered, and that question further cleared, how and in what sense kingly government may be said to be the ordinance of God, so that it may indifferently serve for an answer to that whole discourse / by the author of the sayd treatise of Anti-cavalierisme.; Goodwin, John,
Williams Gwyn Alfred : Artisans, peasants & proletarians, 1760-1860 : essays presented to Gwyn A. Williams / edited by Clive Emsley and James Walvin.
Williams Hannah 1691 : Murther upon murther: : being a full and true relation of a horrid and bloody murther, committed upon the bodies of Mrs. Sarah Hodges, wife of Mr. Thomas Hodges, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith and Hannah Williams, at the Loyal Coffee-House near Well-Close at the end of East-Smith-field, on Saturday the 17th. of this instant January 1691.
Williams Henry 1624 1684 : Wales lamentation, or, An elegy on the worthy and very much lamented Mr. Henry Williams, Minister of the Gospel in North-Wales
Williams Iii King Of England 1650 1702 : A panegyrick upon His Majesties glorious return from the wars, after the conclusion of a general peace. By Joseph Brown, Dr. of physick and the civil laws; Browne, Joseph,
Williams J H James Howard 1897 : Elephant Company : the inspiring story of an unlikely hero and the animals who helped him save lives in World War II / Vicki Constantine Croke.; Croke, Vicki.
Williams Jo : Down to A[...] left for sa[...] to be de[...] options not to certify any part or ye roll therof but into property[?] by the acte.
Williams Johannah 1699 : A Full and true account of a most barbarous murther and robbery committed on the body of Mrs. Johannah Williams, by one William de Fray, a French-man, at a gravel-pit near Barnet, in Hartfordshire ...
Williams John 1582 1650 Abstract Of Those Answers Which Were Given : An humble examination of a printed abstract of the answers to nine reasons of the House of Commons, against the votes of bishops in Parliament. / Printed by order of a committee of the honourable House of Commons, now assembled in Parliament.; Burges, Cornelius,
Williams John 1582 1650 Holy Table : Altare Christianum: or, The dead vicars plea : Wherein the vicar of Gr. being dead, yet speaketh, and pleadeth out of antiquity, against him that hath broken downe his altar. Presented, and humbly submitted to the consideration of his superiours, the governours of our Church. By Iohn Pocklington. Dr. D.; Pocklington, John.
Williams John 1636 1709 History Of The Gunpowder Treason : A vindication of the history of the gunpowder-treason : and of the proceedings and matters relating thereunto, from the exceptions which have been made against it, and more especially of late years by the author of the Catholick apologie, and others : to which is added, A parallel betwixt that and the present popish plot.; Williams, John,
Williams John 1636 1709 True Representation Of The Absurd And Misch : The Muggletonians principles prevailing : being an answer in full to a scandalous and malicious pamphlet, intituled A true representation of the absurd and mischevious principles of the sect called Muggletonians : herein the aforesaid principles are vindicated, and proved to be infallibly true : and the author of that libel, his scandalous title and subject proved as false to truth, as light is to darkness, and that he knows no more what the true God is, nor what the right devil is, nor any true principle or foundation of faith, for all his great learning he so much bosts of, then those Jews that put the Lord of life to death, for learned and taught reason is but natural, and so falls short of the glory of God, as will appear in the following discourse / by T.T.; Tomkinson, Thomas,
Williams Richard 1652 1692 : The Merits of the election of Richard Williams, Esq., Burgess of Parliament for the borough of New Radnor : appointed to be heard on Wednesday the third of April upon the petition of William Probert ...
Williams Roger 1604 1683 Bloody Tenent Of Persecution For Cause Of : The bloudy tenent, washed, and made white in the bloud of the Lambe: : being discussed and discharged of bloud-guiltinesse by just defence. Wherein the great questions of this present time are handled, viz. how farre liberty of conscience ought to be given to those that truly feare God? And how farre restrained to turbulent and pestilent persons, that not onely raze the foundation of godlinesse, but disturb the civill peace where they live? Also how farre the magistrate may proceed in the duties of the first table? And that all magistrates ought to study the word and will of God, that they may frame their government according to it. Discussed. As they are alledged from divers Scriptures, out of the Old and New Testament. Wherein also the practise of princes is debated, together with the judgement of ancient and late writers of most precious esteeme. Whereunto is added a reply to Mr. Williams answer, to Mr. Cottons letter. / By John Cotton Batchelor in Divinity, and teacher of the church of Christ at Boston in New England.; Cotton, John,