Woodhull, John, 1744-1824. : A sermon, for the day of publick thanksgiving, appointed by the president, on account of the establishment of the new Constitution, &c. November 26, 1789. [electronic resource] / By the Rev. John Woodhull, A.M. Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Freehold. ; [One line from Psalms]
Woodhull, Victoria C., (Victoria Claflin) : Memorial of Victoria C. Woodhull praying the passage of a law carrying into execution the right vested by the Constitution in citizens of the United States to vote, without regard to sex. December 21, 1870. -- Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary and ordered to be printed. [electronic resource]
Woodin, William H. (William Hartman), 1868-1934. / Former owner. : The wit's album, or, Pine-apple of literature : being an extensive repository of wit, humour, and eccentricity : combining the cream of all the well-seasoned jests, curious relations, droll doings, strange stories, sprightly sayings, witticisms, epigrams, and bon mots, which have been recorded in the last century, and cannot be exceeded in the age to come / embellished with copper-plate etchings by R. Cruikshank ; aqua-tinted by Joseph Gleadah.