Williams, Gryffith, 1589?-1672. -- Early works to 1800. : A true relation of the proceedings from York and Beverley. : Shewing the great power and strength there raised against the Parliament and Hull, under the command of the Lord of Carnarvon, the Lord Rich, Colonell Fielding, Colonell Fielding, Colonell Lunsford, Capt. Butler, &c. Also the bountie of the clergie, and of the gentrie in York-shire, tending to the encreasing and managing of these unhappie proceedings. Likewise some rehearsall of Bishop Williams his sermon before the King, Iuly 24. And of the great hurt that the great recusant, Mr. Beckwith hath received by Sir Iohn Hotham. Sent in a letter from Beverley, to a citizen of good worth in London.
Williams, Gryffith, 1589?-1672. -- Early works to 1800. : Os ossorianvm, or A bone for a bishop to pick: being a vindication of some passages in a treatise lately published, called Anti-cavalierisme, from the impertinent and importune exceptions of Gr: Williams, the author of the Grand rebellion: calling himselfe by the name of the L. Bishop of Ossory. Wherein likewise, the malignitie of severall passages in the said Grand rebellion against the Parliament, is discovered; and that question further cleared; how and in what sense kingly government may be said to be the ordinance of God: so that it may indifferently serve for an answer to that whole discourse. / By the author of the sayd treatise of Anti-Cavalierisme.
Williams, Gryffith, 1589?-1672. : Os ossorianvm, or, A bone for a bishop to pick : being a vindication of some passages in a treatise lately published, called Anti-cavalierisme, from the impertinant and importune exceptions of Gr. Williams, the author of the Grand rebellion, calling himselfe by the name of the L. Bishop of Ossory : wherein likewise, the malignitie of severall passages in the said Grand rebellion against the Parliament is discovered, and that question further cleared, how and in what sense kingly government may be said to be the ordinance of God, so that it may indifferently serve for an answer to that whole discourse / by the author of the sayd treatise of Anti-cavalierisme.
Williams, Gwyn A. : Artisans, peasants, & proletarians, 1760-1860 : essays presented to Gwyn A. Williams / edited by Clive Emsley and James Walvin.
Williams, Hannah, 1688-1745. : The Divine promises considered, and the duty of Christians to be followers of those, who thro' faith & patience, inherit them. [electronic resource] : A funeral discourse occasion'd by the death of Mrs. Hannah Williams, the pious consort of the Reverend Mr. William Williams, Pastor of the Church of Christ in Weston. Who went to her everlasting rest, Lord's-Day morning, December 29th 1745. In the 58th year of her age. : Published at the request of many of the hearers, desirous to keep alive the memory and example of the deceased. : [Three lines of Scripture texts]
Williams, Hannah, -1691. -- Early works to 1800. : Murther upon murther: being a full and true relation of a horrid and bloody murther, committed upon the bodies of Mrs. Sarah Hodges, wife of Mr. Thomas Hodges, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith and Hannah Williams, at the Loyal Coffee-House near Well-Close at the end of East-Smith-field, on Saturday the 17th. of this instant January 1691.
Williams, Helen Maria, 1762-1827. : Proposals for printing by subscription, in two volumes, 12mo, elegantly printed, price six shillings, poems on various subjects, the greater number not hitherto published. : By Miss Helen Maria Williams. The books will be delivered to the subscribers in April next. The whole, or the half, of the money to be paid at the time of subscribing, at the option of the subscriber. Subscriptions received by the author, No 1, Richmond-Buildings, Dean-Street, Soho; Mr. Cadell, in the Strand; Messrs. Robinsons, in Pater-noster-Row; and Mr. Hookham, New Bond-Street.