Williford Joane 1645 : The examination, confession, triall, and execution, of Joane Williford, Joan Cariden, and Jane Hott: : who were executed at Feversham in Kent, for being witches, on Munday the 29 of September, 1645. Being a true copy of their evill lives and wicked deeds, taken by the Major of Feversham and jurors for the said inquest. With the examination and confession of Elizabeth Harris, not yet executed. All attested under the hand of Robert Greenstreet, major of Feversham.
Willimot Joane : Witchcrafts, strange and wonderfull: : discovering the damnable practices of seven witches, against the lives of certaine noble personages, and others of this kingdome, as shall appeare in this lamentable history. ; With an approved triall how to finde out either witch or any apprentice to witch-craft..
Willington George : The Full and true account of the barbarous and cruel usage of Mr. George Willington, midshipman on board the Faulkland man of war : which having taken a prize call'd the Lascine, richly la[d]en from the West-Indies with several persons of quality and passengers on board : the leiutenant, George Titsdon, Mr. Willington, and several others were put on board the said prize, who for some secret grudge toward the said Mr. Willington beat and bruis'd him so barbarously ...
Willington George Gadding Tribe Reproved : The schoolmaster disciplin'd, or, A reply to a lying paper, entitull'd, The gadding tribe reproved, put foeth [sic] under the name of George Willington ... : also, An answer to a scandalous paper, put forth by William Prynne, entitulled The Quakers unmasked ... : whereunto is added A reply to an additional paper, put forth by William Prynne, in his lying, inlarged edition of his scandalous paper aforementioned ... / by John Audland.; Audland, John,
Willington George Thrice Welcome And Happy Inauguration Of Our Most Graciou : A presentation of wholesome informations, unto the King of England, &c. : Being a defence pleaded, and also appealed unto him; even to the testimony of the spirit of God in his own conscience. In answer to a certain accusation, charged before him ... against us, whom in derision, the acccuser [sic] calls Quakers. And also, herein are laid down divers considerations ... concerning church-government, and concerning the making and sending forth ministers; and concerning the true prophets and true ministers, and the false; and how they are distinguished, in their call, maintenance, and practises: and that none ought to suffer death of body ... though they may erre in their mindes, in the knowledge and judgement of spiritual things. All which, is soberly presented to the King and his Council, for them to consider. / By a servant of Christ, Edward Burroughs.; Burrough, Edward,
Willis Anne 1638 : Natures cruell step-dames: or, Matchlesse monsters of the female sex; Elizabeth Barnes, and Anne Willis : Who were executed the 26. day of April, 1637. at Tyburne, for the unnaturall murthering of their owne children. Also, herein is contained their severall confessions, and the courts just proceedings against other notorious malefactors, with their severall offences this sessions. Further, a relation of the wicked life and impenitent death of Iohn Flood, who raped his owne childe.; Goodcole, Henry,
Willis Paul E : Learning to labor in new times / edited by Nadine Dolby and Greg Dimitriadis with Paul Willis.
Willis Richard Sir Active 1645 : The bloody treatie: or, Proceedings between the King and Prince Rupert. : As also, between Pr. Rupert and Capt. Pickering. Who hath brought in 4. of the Kings collonels, to the Parliament; with the whole proceedings of Ruperts perambulation from the King at Newark, and his return to Woodstock with 400. horse. And how cruelly they used Captain Pickering during the treatie; who by the help of Collonel Willis, Collonel Honywood, Collonel Fisher, and Collonel Roulston, is now returned safe to the Parliament, and hath brought them in from the King. With Ruperts letter to the King, about a bloody massacre. Die Saturn. Decemb. 13. 1645. Appointed to be printed, and is published according to order.
Willmore John : The Proceedings at the King's Bench Bar at Westminster, on the twenty eighth past. : Giving an account of the bailing the Right Honourable Anthony Earl of Shaftsbury, William Lord Howard Baron of Escreik, Edward Whittakar, John Willmore and Samuel Wilson: with the names of such persons of honour, and others, as became sureties. Together with many other remarkable passages.
Willmore Mr : The proceedings at the Kings Bench Bar at Westminster, on the twenty eighth past. : Giving an account of the bailing the Right Honourable Anthony Earl of Shaftsbury, William Lord Howard Baron of Escreik, Edward Whittakar, John Willmore and Samuel Wilson: with the names of such persons of honour, and others, as became sureties. Together with many other remarkable passages.
Willoughby Fields Battle Of 1648 : An Impartiall and true relation of the great victory obtained through the blessing of God, after a very sharpe dispute, by the conjoyned forces of Lincolne, Nottingham, Lecester, Derby, and Rutland, under the command of Col. Edw. Rosseter : vvith a list of the names and number of prisoners, colours, armes, and carriages taken on Wednesday Iuly 5, 1648.
Willoughby Henry Sir 1653 : Gratis dictum, or An occasionall discourse delivered in way of sermon, on Sunday the 19th of November, 1654 in the parish of Wilne in the county of Derby. : Where the right worshipfull and truly worthy Sir Henry Willoughby Baronet departed this life on Sunday being the 20th of November, being the yeare preceding, viz. 1653 / by Gervase Faulconer, master in arts and minister of Wilne.; Faulconer, Gervase.