Walker, Fowler. : Infant-Baptism no institution of Christ; and the rejection of it justified from scripture and antiquity. In answer to Mr. Fowler Walker's book, entituled, A defence of infant-baptism, &c. To which are annex'd, animadversions on the Reverend Dr. Thomas Ridgley's Dissertation on Infant-Baptism. By David Rees.
Walker, Francis, 1809-1874. : The Francis Walker types of Trichoptera in the British museum / re-described and figured by Cornelius Betten ... and Martin E. Mosely.
Walker, George, 1581?-1651. : Mr. Anthony Wotton's defence against Mr. George Walker's charge, accusing him of Socinian heresie and blasphemie / written by him in his life-time, and given in at an hearing by Mr. Walker procured ; and now published out of his own papers by Samuel Wotton his sonne ; together with a preface and postcript, briefly relating the occasion and issue thereof, by Thomas Gataker ...
Walker, George, 1645?-1690. -- Death and burial. : An elegy on the unfortunate, though glorious deaths, of that most noble Prince and famous general Frederick Duke of Schomberg, and the reverend and truly valiant Dr. George Walker : who were both unhappily slain at the battle of Duleek, near Dublin in Ireland, which was fought on the first of this instant July.
Walker, George, 1645?-1690. -- Early works to 1800. : Apology for Mr. Walker fully vindicated : in a conflict with the author of the Reflections on the Apology. The Reflector's intellectual endowments, learning, and morals display'd. This paper, having waited above three months for the true narrative of the siege of Derry, is now publisht, chiefly, for the diversion of such as have read the Apology.
Walker, George, 1645?-1690. : An Apology for the failures charg'd on the Reverend Mr. George Walker's printed account of the late siege of Derry : in a letter to the undertaker of a more accurate narrative of that siege.