Wills Humphrey : The power of the committee of the county of Somerset, &c. Or Captaine Humphrey Wills his letter to the said committee concerning their proceedings in the committee : and there sending Capt. Humphrey VVills, with a guard, to VVaymouth, in the county of Dorset, there to be kept close prisoner, in the black Rod Goale, without expressing the cause of their so sending him to prison. Contrary to the scripture, Magna Carta, and the Petition of Right.; Wills, Humphrey.
Wills In Literature : Villon's last will [electronic resource] : language and authority in the Testament / Tony Hunt.; Hunt, Tony.
Wills Legal Status Laws Etc Early Works To 1800 : An ansvver to the case of Roger Price, Esq; and to the reasons offered for setling his wife a joynture out of the mannor of Westbury : in the county of Bucks) humbly offered to the consideration of the Parliament, by Mr. George Price, the second son, Mr. Edward Price. Mrs. Ann Price, and Mrs. Rebecca Brandreth, the sons and daughters of Roger Price, Esq; deceased.
Wills Legal Status Laws Etc Great Britain : The office and duty of executors, or, A treatise of wils and executors : directed to testators in the choice of their executors, and contrivance of their wils : with direction for executors in the execution of of [sic] their office, according to the law : and for creditors in the recovery of their debts ... / compiled out of the body of common law, by Thomas Wentworth ...; Wentworth, Thomas,
Wills Obed Vindicae Vindiciarum : 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,
Wilmot Thomas 1644 Or 5 1699 : Something concerning the proceedings of Thomas Willmate, vicar of the parish of Bromsgrove, in the county of Worcester, against me John Boweter, (who am a prisoner for the testimony of Christ Jesus) : with a salutation of love to my loving and kind neighbours.; J. B.
Wilson Anthony 1677 : A full and true relation of a most barbarous and cruel robbery and murder committed by six men and one woman neer Wakefield in York-shire : with a full account how they broke into the house of one Anthony Wilson, binding and gagging the whole family, using the said Anthony Wilson and his wife after a most cruel manner : and after they had taken away six pounds and odde money, with what other goods they thought fit, the woman killed the said Anthony Wilson with a knife which she had in her bosome.