Wharton, Joseph. : Annual reports of the Department of the Interior for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1897. Eighteenth annual report of the United States Geological Survey, Charles D. Walcott, Director. Part V. [electronic resource]
Wharton, Louisa. : Louisa Wharton. A story founded on facts: written by herself, in a series of letters to a friend. Wherein is Displayed Some particular Circumstances which happened during the bloody Contest in America. I. Louisa's Father and Mother go to Bath; the Amusements of that Place described, &c. II. Some Account of Captain Truman and his Family; he falls in Love with Louisa; her Brother arrives from Philadelphia, and confirms the War having broke out. III. Captain Truman is ordered with his Regiment to America; Louisa is greatly alarmed, &c. IV. Truman takes Leave of Louisa with the greatest Tenderness; she gives him her Picture in Miniature; he gives her a Ring, and they vow mutual Constancy. V. Louisa's Father goes to London, from thence, with George his Son, sets out for Philadelphia. VI. A Letter from young Truman, full of tender expressions, &c. Vii. A Letter from her Brother, relates the Death of her Father, and the Confiscation of all their Property; they are greatly distressed; and Louisa is slighted by Sir James, &c. Viii. The History of Charlotte Modish, and Lord Squander. IX. Louis [electronic resource].
Wharton, Peter. : The jade garden : new and notable plants from Asia / Peter Wharton, Brent Hine, and Douglas Justice in association with the University of British Columbia Botanical Garden & Centre for Plant Research ; with the assistance of David Tarrant ... [et al.].
Wharton, Robert, fl. 1649. : A declaration to Great Britain and Ireland, shewing the downfall of their princes, and wherefore it is come upon them: [electronic resource] : because Christ is riding on his white horse, conquering his enemies till he have destroyed Antichrist, who hath made the nations drunk with the cup of her fornications: and till he have destroyed Mahomet, that great deceiver of the people. / Written and directed to Great Britain, and all other nations; by me Robert Wharton, wel-wisher to my countrymen, and to all the faithfull in Christ Jesus throughout the world. With an humble advice to the Army. This treatise is approved and commended, and thought worthy to be printed, by Master Hugh Peters.