Worshipful Company of Gardeners (London, England) : Adam armed: or, An essay; : endeavouring to prove the advantages and improvements the kingdom may receive, and the inconveniencies and impediments it may avoid and remedy, by the means of a well-ordered and duly ratified charter for incorporating and regulating the professors of the art of gardening, humbly offered and presented by the master and company of the same.
Worshipful Company of Musicians. : English music, 1604 to 1904 : being the lectures given at the Music Loan Exhibition of the Worshipful Company of Musicians, held at Fishmonger's Hall, London Bridge, June-July 1904.
Worshipful Company of Weavers. : You are hereby required to bring in for your fifty subsidies to the treasury at Weavers hall, and what you are behinde of the royall subsidies, weekly assessements, and twenty fifteenes granted at three severall times, to pay it to the severall collectors, and all within two daies after the date hereof, wherof you are not to fail as you will prevent distresse, which else will suddainly follow. Dated this [blank space] of.
Worsley, C. : Refreshing drops, and scorching vials; : severally distributed to their proper subjects, according to the wisdom given that precious servant of the Lord, Mr. Christopher Goad. Sometimes Fellow of Kings Colledge in Cambridge, and Batchelor in Divinity, as men speak: but before his translation, became a disciple and learner again, sitting at the feet of Christ and his Spirit, where he took a higher degree, and now sits with Christ in heaven.