Wells, Jane : Native silence / directed and produced by Jane Wells.
Wells, Jane W., : King John and Henry VIII / William Shakespeare ; King John Editors, James H. Lake, Louisiana State University, Shreveport ; Courtney Lehmann, University of the Pacific ; Henry VIII Editor, Jane Wells, Muskingum University.
Wells, Joan, 1927- : Till the clouds roll by / Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer presents ; produced by Loew's Incorporated ; [music by Jerome Kern] ; story by Guy Bolton ; adapted by George Wells ; screen play by Myles Connolly and Jean Holloway ; produced by Arthur Freed ; directed by Richard Whorf.
Wells, Job, -1753. : The trial of Job Wells, of Redburn in the county of Hertford, for a rape committed on the body of his own daughter, Maria Wells, at the assizes held at Hertford, before the Right Hon. Sir William Lee, knt. chief justice of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench, and the Hon. Sir Thomas Denison, knt. one other of His Majesty's justices of the said court, on Monday the 13th and Tuesday the 14th of August, 1753. : To which is added, a full account of his behaviour under sentence, and at the place of execution. And the substance of a most excellent sermon, on this occasion, preached before him at Hertford, on Sunday the 26th of August.
Wells, Joe. : Touch and go Joe [electronic resource] : an adolescent's experience of OCD / Joe Wells.
Wells, Joel. : Social work with lesbians, gays, and bisexuals : a strengths perspective / Katherine van Wormer, Joel Wells, Mary Boes.
Wells, John, active 1675. : Academy. By the Kings priviledge. The most curious and profitable engine that ever was invented, is that which the Kings Majesty hath given leave to John Wells to establish thorowout all England : by vertue of his letters patents sealed with the Great Seal of England, forbidding all other persons to undertake, make, or imitate the same, under the penalty specified in the said letters patents, without the power and leave of the aforesaid John Wells. By the means of the foresaid machine, composed of artificial horses, ...
Wells, John B. J. : Between grains of sand : an inaugural address delivered on the 26th May, 1977 / by J.B.J. Wells.
Wells, John : A brief reply to that part of Spira's despair reviv'd : in which the Baptists in general are concerned, but more especially those at Ashford in Kent. Wherein the unjust charge of Mr. Thomas James against them, is removed. Written by a Baptist preacher, who is a lover of truth.