Johnson, W. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Trial, defence, &c., of William Ross, who was executed together with Robert Ellis, J.B. Monarque & W. Johnson, at Quebec, in April last [electronic resource] : for a burglary and robbery committed at the house of Messire Masse, cure of Pointe Levi on the night of the 29th September, 1826.
Johnson, William, 17th century. : Plano-pnigmos, or, A gag for Johnson that published animadversions upon Galen-pale : and, a scourge for that pitiful fellow Mr. Galen that dictated to him a scurrillous Greek title / by Geo. Thomson.
Johnson, William, 1583-1663. : Which is the true church? : the whole Christian world, as headed only by Christ ... or, the Pope of Rome and his subjects as such? : in three parts .. / by Richard Baxter ...
Johnson, William, -1678. : The Confession and execution of the seven prisoners that suffered at Tyburn on Wednesday the 6th of March, 1677/8 : at which time were executed William Johnson, Francis Rashfield, another, Hugh Mills, [double brace] a boy, Blanch Oakley, and Joan Griffin : with an account of their behaviour in prison after condemnation, and their discourses to some friends and ministers that visited them.
Johnson, William, 1715-1774. -- Early works to 1800. : An account of conferences held : and treaties made, Between Major-General Sir William Johnson, Bart. and The chief Sachems and Warriours of the Mohawks, Oneidas, Onondagas, Cayugas, Senekas, Tuskaroras, Aughquageys, Skaniadaradighronos, Chugnuts, Mahickanders, Shawanese, Kanuskagos, Toderighronos, and Oghquagoes, Indian Nations in North America, At their Meetings on different Occasions at Fort Johnson in the County of Albany, in the Colony of New York, in the Years 1755 and 1756. With A Letter from the Rev. Mr. Hawley to Sir William Johnson, written at the Desire of the Delaware Indians. And a preface Giving a short Account of the Six Nations, some Anecdotes of the Life of Sir William, and Notes illustrating the Whole Also an appendix Containing an Account Conferences between several Quakers in Philadelphia, and some of the Heads of the Six Nations, in April 1756. .
Johnson, William, 1809-1851 -- Diaries. : William Johnson's Natchez : the ante-bellum diary of a free Negro / edited by William Ransom Hogan and Edwin Adams Davis ; with a new introduction by William L. Andrews.