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several Piracies and Robberies by them sons good Advice to my Lord Keeper. committed, in the Company of Evert, the London, Printed in the Year, 1700. A Grand Pirate, near the Coasts of the East- sheet in verse. Indies, and several other places on the King William's Affection to the Church Seas. 29th October, 1696. and ended
of England Examin’d. London, Printed on the 6th of November. London, Printed
in the Year 1703. 4°, B-D in fours, a for John Everingham, . . . 1696. Folio,
leaf of E, and the title. A-G in twos.
Attributed to Defoe. The Tryal, and Condemnation of Capt. WILLIAM AND MARGARET. Thomas Vaughan. For High Treason, William and Margaret, An Old Ballad. In Adhering to the French King, and
A folio sheet. [Circa 1680.] With the for Endeavouring the Destruction of His
music. Black letter. Majesty's Ships in the Nore ... on the 6th of November, 1696. ... To which is WILLIAMS, GEORGE. Added, Captain Vaughan's Commission The almanacke and pronostication of at large, which he had from the French George Williams. Licensed to William
Griffith in 1557-8. King. As also an Account of the Tryal of John Murphey. . . . London, Printed WILLIAMS, GRIFFITH. for John Everingham, ... 1696. Folio, Jvra Majestatis, The Rights of Kings A-N, 2 leaves each.
both in Chvrch and State : Ву Reflections on the Poems made
the Gryffith Williams, Lord Bishop of Ossory. Siege and Taking of Namur; Together Printed at Oxford, Anno Dom. 1644. 4°, with a short Answer to the Modest A-Gg in fours, Gg 4 blank. Examination of the Oxford Decree, &c. WILLIAMS, ROGER, Pilgrim-Father. Lately Published. Both in a Letter to a
The Blovdy Tenent, of Persecution, for Friend at Oxon. London ; Printed, and
cause of Conscience, discussed, in A Conare to be sold by M. Whitlock ... 1696.
ference betwene Tryth and Peace. Who, Folio, A-C, 2 leaves each.
in all tender Affection, present to the Fasti Gulielmi Tertii : Or, An Account of High Court of Parliament, (as the Rethe Most Memorable Actions Transacted sult of their Discourse) these, (amongst during his Majesty's Life, both before and other Passages) of highest consideration. since his Accession to the Crown. .. Printed in the Year 1644. 4°, a-b in London, Printed for John Barnes at the in fours : A-Ii in fours. Crown in the Pall Mall, MDCXCVII. The Bloody Tenent Yet more Bloody: 12°, A-Ee in sixes. Dedicated to the By Mr. Cottons endevour to wash it Earl of Albemarle by the anonymous white in the Blood of the Lambe; compiler.
By R. Williams of Providence in NewArticles of Peace between .:. William England. London, Printed for Giles the Third ... and Lewis the Fourteenth, Calvert, . . . 1652. 4°, A-Ss in fours : . . . Concluded in the Royal Palace at the Contents, 8 leaves. Ryswicke the 1 Day of September, 1697. WILLIAMS, SIR ROGER. [Published] By Command of their Excel
Newes from Sir Roger Williams. With lencies the Lords Justices. London, .
a discourse printed at Rhemes, containing 1697. Folio, 6 leaves. Lat. and English.
the most happie victorie, lately obtained A New List of the Offices and Officers by the Prince de Conty, Lieutenant geneof England, Both Civil & Military in
rall ouer the Kinges forces, in Anion, Church and State. ... London, Printed for Touraine, Maine, .. Whereunto is Edward Castle, near Scotland-yard-gate, annexed the order or agreement of the by Whitehall. 1697. 8. I'itle and
Court of Parliament, held in Normandy dedication, 2 leaves : B-M in sixes. at sundry times, and now lastly Confirmed The Humble Address of the Right Hon- the eighteenth of August, to the vtter ourable the Lords Spiritual & Temporal abolishing of the Popes authoritie, ... in Parliament Assembled, Presented to Printed by Iohn Woolfe, and are to be His Majesty on Munday the Twelfth Day sold by Andrew White, . . . Anno. 1591. of February, 1699. And His Majesties 4°, A-C in fours, A 1 with a curious cut Most Gracious Answer thereunto. Lon
and C 4 blank. Lambeth. don, Printed by Charles Bill ... 1699. WILLIAMS, THOMAS. Folio, 2 leaves.
The strange and grevous martirdome of The Lawyers Answer to the Country Par- Thomas Williams, an Englishеman Done
in the towne of Dunkerk vppon the 13 Æri incisis illustrantur. of Januarie 1590. Licensed to William recognovit, digessit, replevit Joannes Wright, 21 Jan. 1590-1.
Raius. Sumptus in Chalcographos fecit WILLIAMS, WILLIAM.
Illustriss. D. Emma Willughby, Vidua. Divine Poems and Meditations. In Two Londini, Impensis Joannis Martyn, Parts. Written by William Williams of
MDCLXXVI. Folio. Imprimatur and title, the County of Cornwall, Gent. when he
2 leaves : a, 4 leares : A-2 Q in fours, was Prisoner in the Kings-Bench, in the
besides a folded leaf between C and D: Sixty second, and Sixty third year of his
the plates numbered 1-67. Age. London, Printed by J. Red- Francisci Willughbeii Armig. De Hismayne for the Author . . . 1677. 8°, toria Piscium Libri Quatuor. Jussu & A-H in eights.
Sumptibus Societatis Regiæ Londinensis This little book has two dedications, editi... Totum Opus Recognovit, Cothe first doubly inscribed to Sir Francis optavit, Supplevit, Librum etiam primum Winnington and Sir John King (who had
& secundum integros adjecit Johannes voluntarily and unsolicited undertaken the author's defence) and the second to Arthur
Raius e Societate Regia. Oxonii, Sprye, Esq. Next follow, an address to the
Anno Dom. 1686. Folio. Frontispiece reader, and a metrical introduction. At and plates. Dedicated to S. Pepys, Esq. the end of the first part are verses on the Pepys contributed no fewer than sixty death of Sir Anthony Bateman's daughter, plates to this work. and of Lady Martha Bateman. At the
WILLOW. end of the second part are verses to Lord Chief Justice Raynsford, and on the death
The Wearynge of the Willowe garlande. of Edmund Lenthal, Esq., Marshal of the A ballad. Licensed to T. Colwell in King's Bench.—Bibl. Anglo-Poetica.
1564-5. WILLIS, EDMOND.
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By Edmond Willis. The Second in 1569. Edition, much enlarged, for the full satis- WILMER, JOHN. fying of what hath bene desired. Lon
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WILSON, E., M.D. The Art of Stenography:
The tenth Spadacrene Dunelmensis : Or A Short Edition. . . London: Printed for Henry Treatise of an Ancient Medicinal Fovn. Seyle, . . 1632. 8°, A-B in eights, tain Or Vitrioline Spaw Near the City besides the frontispiece and five engrav- of Durham. Together with the Constiings of symbols.
tuent Principles, Virtues and Use thereof. WILLIS, THOMAS, M.D.
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Warton, iii, 228.
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