Wells, Henry, approximately 1652- -- Early works to 1800. : The gardner at the gallows : for buggerie laid to his charge. Being a true narrative of a strange and admirable passage of Gods providence in the reprieve of Thomas Rivers gardner, living at St. Giles in Southampton buildings; who being indicted for buggering his apprentice Henry Wells, a lad about 15 years of age, was condemned on Friday the 13. of this instant December, at the Old-Bayly sessions, and drawn to Tyburn the Wednesday following, about 10 a clock; where being tied up, the lad and his mother being present, they declare the wrong they had done him; and who thereupon was reprieved. Also the passages between the master and servant when brought back. Written by one who was an eye and ear witness.
Wells, Henry. : Joanna, George, and Henry : a Pre-Raphaelite tale of art, love and friendship / Sue Bradbury.
Wells, Horace, 1815-1848. : I awaken to glory : essays celebrating the sesquicentennial of the discovery of anesthesia by Horace Wells, December 11, 1844-December 11, 1994 / edited by Richard J. Wolfe and Leonard F. Menczer.
Wells, John, 1623-1676. -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : An elegy upon the death of two eminent ministers of the Gospel Mr. Pledger and Mr. Wells. : Who both departed this life on the Lords day June the 18th. 1676. The first of them having preached twice, and administred the Lords Supper the very day of his dissolution.
Wells, John, 1770-1823. : Memorial of the life and character of John Wells [electronic resource] : with reminiscences of the judiciary and members of the New York Bar.
Wells, John, active 17th century. : The works of darknesse brought to light and reproved : in answer to divers false doctrines and principles of Iohn Wells of St. Ives (so called) in Huntington-shire, concerning the Word and the Gospel, and the way to Christ, and the tryal of spirits, and the light which lighteth every man, and the ministers maintenance ... : also, some queries propounded to Iohn Wells to answer / by him that loves the truth as it is in Iesus, F.H.
Wells, Mary -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the High Court of Justice, Chancery division [electronic resource] : Royal Courts of Justice, Monday, 14th February, 1898, before Mr. Justice Byrne, Sitwell v. Worrall : first day.
Wells, Mary, : Contemporary musicians. Volume 51 : profiles of the people in music / Angela M. Pilchak, project editor.
Wells-next-the-Sea (England) -- Early works to 1800. : To the Commissioners for the preservation of the harbour of Wells, in the county of Norfolk. The report of Joseph Hodskinson, engineer, respecting the state of Wells harbour, in the county of Norfolk, 1782.