J. W., 17th century. : Englands heroick champion. Or the ever renowned General George Monck : through whose valor and prudence Englands antient liberties are restored, and a full and free Parliament now to be called, to the great joy of the nation. Let the trump of fame sound forth the name of honorable actions to free this land from factions. Then except of what is meant and pray for a free Parliament. To a pleasant new northern tune.
J. W., : The mode of elections considered [electronic resource].
J.W., : Serious considerations on the ensuing election of a lord-mayor : Together with some remarks on a late pamphlet, entitled, An address to the liverymen, &c. A letter and advertisement in the London Evening Post, of the 15th of September, and another letter in the same paper of the 20th instant, &c. By a citizen. .
J. W., : A military dictionary : explaining all difficult terms in martial discipline, fortification and gunnery. Useful For all Persons that read the Publick News, or serve in the Armies, or Militia, for the true understanding the Accounts of Sieges, Battles, and other Warlike Occurrences. By J. W. Esq.