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.
Wilson Arthur 1595 1652 History Of Great Britain : A compleat history of the lives and reigns of, Mary Queen of Scotland, and of her son and successor, James the Sixth, King of Scotland, and (after Queen Elizabeth) King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, the First ... : reconciling several opinions in testimony of her, and confuting others, in vindication of him, against two scandalous authors, 1. The court and character of King James, 2. The history of Great Britain ... / by William Sanderson, Esq.; Sanderson, William,
Wilson Benjamin 1916 Trials Litigation Etc : A : case of Thynne, Wilson and Gunnell : judgment of 25 October 1990; B : case of Fox, Campbell and Hartley : judgment of 27 March 1991.; European Court of Human Rights.
Wilson Captain : The plot discover'd: or Captain Wilson's intreigues laid open. : Being a brief relation of the life, actions and death of Esq; Wilson: containing his brith and education: his actions in Flanders and return. His amours with the Du--ess of ----- and other ladies at court. The affair of the Jews diamond, and jewels. Of what relates to his being a Pentioner to the French King. Of his having the philosopher's stone. Together with an account of the mysterious papers he left behind him.
Wilson Charles 1933 2010 : Charlie Wilson's War : The Extraordinary Story of How the Wildest Man in Congress and a Rogue CIA Agent Changed the History / George Crile.; Crile, George,
Wilson Charles Henry : Enterprise and history : essays in honour of Charles Wilson / edited by D.C. Coleman and Peter Mathias.
Wilson Edward 1607 : A true report of the horrible murther, which was committed in the house of Sir Ierome Bowes, Knight, on the 20. day of February, anno Dom. 1606 : With the apprehension, detection, and execution of the offenders.
Wilson James 1668 : The Repenting sinner pardoned : being a brief relation of the wicked life, and penitent pious death of James Wilson of Wolverhampton in Stafford-shire, who died February 21. 1668 / made publick by such as were ear and eye witnesses of the same, for a warning to such as live ungodly.
Wilson James 1859 1937 : Journal of my life and everyday doings 1879-81, 1885-92 / James Wilson, farmer in Banffshire ; edited by Peter Hillis.; Wilson, James,
Wilson Jane : Jane and Louise Wilson.; Schjeldahl, Peter.
Wilson Joan 1607 : A true report of the horrible murther, which was committed in the house of Sir Ierome Bowes, Knight, on the 20. day of February, anno Dom. 1606 : With the apprehension, detection, and execution of the offenders.
Wilson Mary 1652 1672 : The virgin saint, or, A brief narrative of the holy life and Christian death of Mary Wilson : with some memorable passages, and occasional speeches a little before her death added thereunto ; to which is also adjoyned a sermon, preached at her funeral by Mr. Geo. Nicholson, together with several consolatory letters, written by divers ministers, to her mournful father, Mr. Richard Wilson of Crosfield in Cumberland.; S. A.
Wilson Robert 1941 Exhibitions : Robert Wilson's vision : an exhibition of works by Robert Wilson, with a sound environment by Hans Peter Kuhn / [text by] Trevor Fairbrother, with contributions by William S. Burroughs, Richard Serra, Susan Sontag.; Wilson, Robert,
Wilson Rowland 1613 1650 : Christos kai kerdos. = Christ the life, and death the gain, of every true beleever: or, The life of a saint resolved into Christ, and His death into gain. / Held forth clearly in a sermon preached at the late sad and solemn funeral of the right worshipful Rowland Wilson, Esq; a Member of the Parliament of England, and of the honorable Councel of State; and one of the aldermen and sheriffs of the city of London. By Obadiah Sedgvvick, B.D. and minister of the Gospel at Covent-Garden. Together with an epistle dedicatory: wherein is an exact account given upon some years more then ordinary experience of the superlative worth of this eminent servant of Christ, and of the Common-wealth. By George Cokayn, an unworthy teacher of the Gospel at Pancras Soper lane, London.; Sedgwick, Obadiah,