Whateley, William, 1585-1639. : Bibliotheca Whateliana: sive Catalogus variorum librorum bibliothecæ selectissimæ Rev. viri D. Whateley juxta Banbury in comitatu Oxoniensi [electronic resource] : Cui accessit bibliotheca medica Simonis Rutland M.D. nuperrime de Brentwood in Essexiâ, cum plurimis libris medicis antiquis, præcipuéque modernis, (in gratiam medicorum) refertissima. Quorum auctio habebitur Londini, Ædibus Johan. Bridge, vulgo dicto Bridges Coffeehouse in Popes-Head-Alley over against the Royal-Exchange, in Cornhill 23 April 1683. Per Edvardum Millingtonum bibliopolam. Catalogues are distributed gratis, at the above named Bridges-Coffeehouse, at Amsterdam-Coffeehouse in Bartholomew-Lane: Mr. Colliers at the Bible on London-Bridge, Mr. Wilkinson at the Black-boy in Fleetstreet, Mr. Mortlockes at the Phœnix in St. Pauls Church yard booksellers: Mr. Cruttenden at the Theatre in Oxford, Mr. Hickes in Cambridge, 1683.
Whately, Patricia. : The restructuring of the Victorian industry and energy portfolios under the Cain Labor government, and its effect particularly on the State Electricity Commission of Victoria / by Patricia Whately.
Whately, Solomon. : An answer to a late book written against the learned and reverend Dr. Bentley, relating to some manuscript notes on Callimachus [electronic resource] : together with an examination of Mr. Bennet's appendix to the said book.
Whatley, Booker T. : Booker T. Whatley's handbook on how to make $100,000 farming 25 acres : with special plans for prospering on 10 to 200 acres / by Booker T. Whatley and the editors of the New farm ; edited by George DeVault ... [et al.].
Whatley, T. D. : A hand-book for travellers in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Russia [microform] : being a guide to the principal routes in those countries, with a minute description of Copenhagen, Stockholm, St. Petersburg, and Moscow.