D--v--s, Miss. : The trial wherein Miss D--v--s was plaintiff, and the Rev. Dr. W-l-n, defendant. In an action of ten thousand pounds, brought by the Plaintiff against the defendant for the non-performance of a marriage-contract: When the Plaintiff had a Verdict, and recover'd Seven Thousand Pounds Damages [electronic resource].
D. W., Archd. : Certaine necessarie instructions meet to be taught the yonger sort before they come to partakers of the holy communion ; Certaine articles very necessarie to be knowen of all yong schollers of Christes schoole [electronic resource] / done by D.W. Archd.
D. W., fl. 1745. : The bloody cruelties, of the papists against the protestants. Or, an account of the French and Irish papists barbarous proceedings, towards the poor protestants in Ireland. Giving an Account of their Bloody Massacres, Treacheries, and inhuman Usage towards the Protestants; but more especially what has happened since the late Revolution. Also The happy Success the Protestants have often obtain'd in their frequent Sallies, and raising the Siege of London-Derry, and the Hopes we have of recovering that Kingdom, and rescuing it from Popish Slavery. By D. W [electronic resource].
D. W., Sir. : Some reflections on the oaths & declaration appointed in an act past in the first year of the reign of King William and Queen Mary [electronic resource] : in reference to the Roman Catholicks of England / by Sir D.W. Baronet, of the church of Rome.
D-y, Father. : An address to the abettors and well-wishers of the late attempt at a revolution in this kingdom [electronic resource] : Particularly to those among them who are of the old religion. By Father D-y, P.P. of K-y, in the diocese of C-.