Winter Francis 1693 : An Account of the condemnation, behaviour, execution, and last dying words of Captain Francis Winter : who was condemned at the sessions-house in the Old-Baily, on Saturday the 29th of April, for the murther of one John Chandler, in White Fryers, in London, &c. and executed for the same at White-Fryars-Gate in Fleetstreet, on Wednesday the 17th of May 1693.
Winter Robert 1606 : Where amongst other persons discouered to bee confederates in the late horrible treason, : for the destruction of our person and the whole estates of the realme, one Robert Winter, esquire, ...; England and Wales.
Winter Samuel 1603 1666 : The life and death of the eminently learned, pious, and painful minister of the gospel, Dr. Samuel Winter, sometime provest of Trinity Colledge near Dublin in Ireland : together with some rare examples of Gods gracious answers to his prayers, upon several occasions.; J. W.
Winter Sermons : Winter meditations, or, A sermon concerning frost and snow and winds &c. and the wonders of God therein / by John Shower.; Shower, John,
Winter Storms Early Works To 1800 : The vvonders of this windie winter : By terrible stormes and tempests, to the losse of liues and goods of many thousands of men, women and children. The like by sea and land, hath not beene seene, nor heard of in this age or the world.
Winter Thomas 1572 1606 : By the King : whereas Thomas Percy gentleman, and some other his confederates ... haue beene discovered to haue contrived the most horrible treason ...; England and Wales.
Winter William Citizen Of London : Christian constancy crovvned by Christ : A funerall sermon on Apocalyps 2.10. preached at the buriall of M. VVilliam Winter, citizen of London; together with the testimonie then giuen vnto him. By Thomas Gataker, B. of D. and pastor of Rotherhith.; Gataker, Thomas,
Winterton Lincolnshire England History : The history of Winterton and the adjoining villages in the northern division of Manley in the county of Lincoln, with a notice of their antiquities.; Andrew, William,
Winterton Thomas Chasing The Young Quaking Harlot Out Of The City : The horn of the he-goat broken: or An answer to a lying book called, The chasing of the young quaking harlot out of the citie. Published by a scorner of the truth, called Thomas Winterton. : His deceit and ignorance laid open, his lies reproved, and the quæries answered, for the sake of the simple. / By a lover of righteousnesse, called, Richard Huberthorn.; Hubberthorn, Richard,
Winterton Thomas Quaking Prophets Two Wayes Proved False Prophets : A discovery of the Beast got into the seat of the false prophet : who hath opened his mouth in blasphemy, to deny the Father, and the Son, and the Spirit, or ought in man above nature, to guide man out of his natural estate; that so he might establish his beastly kingdome. Or, An answer to a paper set out by T. Winterton, wherein he would prove something against the Quakers if he could; but hath gone so far as he hath proved himself an atheist, without God, or the sure foundation; yet in his busie corrupt carnal senses would be a teacher, whereof all that loves the Lord are hereby warned; in love to your soules. By a witnesse to the true light in spirit, called James Nayler.; Naylor, James,