Black, W. P. (William Perkins), b. 1842. : In the Supreme Court of Illinois, August Spies, et al., vs. the People &c. [electronic resource] : brief and argument on application for writ of error to the Criminal Court of Cook County and that the same be made a supersedeas.
Black, W. Scot. : Current diagnosis & treatment in family medicine / Jeannette E. South-Paul, Samuel C. Matheny, Evelyn L. Lewis.
Black, W. (William) : Surface activity : the physical chemistry, technical applications, and chemical constitution of synthetic surface-active agents / J.L. Moilliet, B. Collie and W. Black.
Black, William, 1760-1834. : A short account of the life and death of Mrs. Mary Scott, of Windsor Nova Scotia. [electronic resource] / By W. Black, Presbeter [sic] of the M.E. Church.
Black, William, -1804, : The Mite of praise. : George Washington, the illustrious owner of Mount Vernon, was born in Virginia, (and as it is said) on the 11th day of February, A.D. 1732, old stile. He died on the 14th of December, A.D. 1799, new stile, aged 67 years, 9 months, and 20 days. He was commander in chief of the army--he resigned and retired to private life; was called to preside at the convention which formed our federal constitution, and by the unanimous voice of America [...] and was her president; was rechosen, and again served, then retired, approved and regretted to Mount Vernon--whence, impelled by love of his country, he became her volunteer, and was made, and died, lieutenant general and commander in chief of the army of the United States, and for him a nation weeps.
Black, William Harman, b. 1868. : A real criminal case [electronic resource] : a simple and understandable story of what happens from an arrest to a final judgment : every stage of the trial depicted in graphic charts, accurate forms for every step / by William Harman Black.
Black, William K. : The best way to rob a bank is to own one : how corporate executives and politicians looted the S&L industry / William K. Black.
Black, William, : Answers for William Black : messenger in Edinburgh; to the petition and complaint of poor James Selby late vintner in the abbey of Holyrood-house, now in Jedburgh.
Black, William W. : Urea-formaldehyde litigation : materials prepared for a Continuing Legal Education seminar held in Vancouver, B.C., on June 5, 1982 / course co-ordinator[s], David S. Cohen, Donald I. Brenner ; leaders, William W. Black ... [and others].