Wisdom Literature Early Works To 1800 : Salomons diuine arts, of 1. Ethickes, 2. Politickes, 3. Oeconomicks : that is; the gouernment of 1. Behauiour, 2. Common-vvealth, 3. Familie. Drawne into method, out of his Prouerbs & Ecclesiastes. With an open and plaine paraphrase, vpon the Song of songs. By Ioseph Hall.; Hall, Joseph,
Wisdom Literature History And Criticism : Sapiential, liturgical and poetical texts from Qumran : proceedings of the Third Meeting of the International Organization for Qumran Studies, Oslo, 1998, published in memory of Maurice Baillet / edited by Daniel K. Falk, Florentino García Martínez, Eileen M. Schuller.; International Organization for Qumran Studies.
Wisdom Religious Aspects Christianity : No wicked man a wise man, true wisdom described : the excellency of spiritual, experimental, and saving knowledge, above all humane wisdom and learning ... / by R. Younge ...; Younge, Richard.
Wisdom Sermons Early Works To 1800 : Christs result of his fathers pleasure. Or His assent to his fathers sentence. : Wherein is shewed, both the nature and danger of wisdom and prudence in naturall men. / By David Bramley, a preacher of the Gospell.; Bramley, David.
Wiseman Edmond 1652 Or 3 1664 : A sermon design'd for the funeral of Ed. Wiseman Esq : late of East-Lockinge in the county of Berks. Who was buried at Stevinton near Abingdon November the ninth, 1694. By Will. Sevill, Master of Arts, and Fellow of C.C.C. Oxford. Published at the request of many gentlemen of Berks.; Sevill, William,
Wiseman Perry 1684 : Strange and bloody nevvs from Fetter-Lane : being a true relation of the murder of Perry Wiseman, esq; of Essex. At the Golden-Lyon Tavern, on VVednesday the 10th. of December, 1684
Wiseman Richard Sir 1643 : A Bloody masacre plotted by the papists intended first against the city of London and consequently against the whole land : discovered by the care of Alderman Towes, and some other godly and well affected citizens : with a relation of the great uprore on Munday last : first occasioned by some words betweene the late Bishop of Lincolne, now Archbishop of Yorke, and some London-apprentices, and secondly by Lunsford and his company : and the bloody skirmish at Westminster Abbey on Tuesday night : with the combustion then in the city and shutting of the city gates : with the noble courage and valour exprest by Sir Richard Wiseman at the same time.
Wishart George 1513 1546 : The tragical death of Dauid Beato[n] Bishoppe of sainct Andrewes in Scotland : Whereunto is ioyned the martyrdom of maister George Wyseharte gentleman, for whose sake the aforesayed bishoppe was not long after slayne. Wherein thou maist learne what a burnynge charitie they shewed not only towards him: but vnto al suche as come to their hades for the blessed Gospels sake.; Lindsay, David,