Wallis, Hannah. : The female's meditations; or, common occurrences spiritualized, in verse. By Hannah Wallis, My Thoughts turn'd to Verse for these many long Years, No Troubles have stopt it, no Joys, nor no Cares; Compos'd all Extempore on Facts, but could find No Time then to Write them, they dwelt in my Mind: But Providence twisted and turn'd me about, At last I have wrote them, now printed, and out, You Critics, (reviewers,) find Fault if you please, I hope to be patient, if you mean to tease [electronic resource].
Wallis, Henry, 1830-1916 : The art of ancient Egypt : a series of photographic plates representing objects from the Exhibition of the Art of Ancient Egypt, at the Burlington Fine Arts Club, in the summer of l895.
Wallis, Herbert Sowerby. : British rainfall [electronic resource] : on the distribution of rain over the British Isles during the year ... as observed at about 3500 stations in Great Britain and Ireland, with articles upon various branches of rainfall work / compiled by H. Sowerby Wallis.
Wallis, James, 1785?-1858 : An historical account of the colony of New South Wales and its dependent settlements : in illustration of twelve views / engraved by W. Preston from drawings taken on the spot by Captain Wallis. To which is subjoined An accurate map of Port Macquarie and the newly discovered River Hastings / by J. Oxley.
Wallis, James R. : Regional frequency analysis : an approach based on L-moments / J.R.M. Hosking and J.R. Wallis.
Wallis, Jan. : Conditions of illusion : papers from the women's movement / [edited by Sandra Allen, Lee Sanders and Jan Wallis].
Wallis, Jane. : Joseph Wright of Derby, 1734-1797 : an introduction to the work of Joseph Wright of Derby with a catalogue of drawings held by Derby Museum and Art Gallery ; published on the occasion of an exhibition commemorating the Bicentenary of the artist's death / Jane Wallis.
Wallis, Jay, / composer. : All by yourself in the moonlight : comedy fox trot / [music by Jay] Wallis.
Wallis, John, fl. 1780-1836. : Dendrology; in which are facts, experiments, and observations, demonstrating that trees and vegetables derive their nutriment independently of the earth; and also observations on decay and defects in trees, together with a better method of pruning / by John Wallis.