Wharves -- Fees -- New York (State) -- New York. : Anno regni octavo Georgii II. Regis. [electronic resource] : An act for regulating the rates to be taken for ships and other vessels using the wharff, called Burnet's Key, in the city of New-York.
Wharves -- Massachusetts -- Boston. : Wharf property, or, The law of flats [electronic resource] : being remarks before the Judiciary Committee of the Senate of Massachusetts, April 14, 1852.
Wharves -- Rhode Island -- Newport. : Newport Long-Wharf, Hotel and Public School Lottery. [electronic resource] : By authority of the legislature ... The trustees, appointed for re-building the Long-Wharf, and building a hotel, in Newport, the rents and profits whereof are to be appropriated to the support of one or more public schools in said Newport, having agreed on the scheme of a lottery ...
Wharves -- Rhode Island -- Providence. : Wharfage and storage of goods, and wharfage of vessels, to be in force from the 9th instant. [electronic resource] : Vessels at the head of the wharf, for foreign voyages ...
Croswell, Andrew, 1709-1785. -- Early works to 1800. : A second defence of the old Protestant doctrine of justifying faith : Being a reply to the exceptions of Mr. Solomon Williams, Pastor of a church in Lebanon, against a book, entitled, What is Christ to me, if he is not mine? By Andrew Crosswell , late Pastor of a church in Groton, Connecticut, now preacher of the Gospel in Boston. [Five lines of Scripture texts].
Schrödinger, Erwin, 1887-1961. : Shaping science with rhetoric [electronic resource] : the cases of Dobzhansky, Schrödinger, and Wilson / Leah Ceccarelli.
Strauss, Leo. : Leo Strauss's defense of the philosophic life : reading "What is political philosophy?" / edited by Rafael Major.
Toklas, Alice B. : The true story of Alice B. Toklas [electronic resource] : a study of three autobiographies / Anna Linzie.
Williamson, Hugh, 1735-1819. : The Scribler, [electronic resource] : being a letter from a gentleman in town to his friend in the country, concerning the present state of public affairs; with a lapidary character. : [One line from Shakespeare]
What is the influence of the National Science Education Standards? (2002 : : What is the influence of the National Science Education Standards? [electronic resource] : reviewing the evidence, a workshop summary / Karen S. Hollweg and David Hill ; Steering Committee on Taking Stock of the National Science Education Standards: The Research ; Committee on Science Education K-12 ; Center for Education ; Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education ; National Research Council of the National Academies.
Baggott, Julianna. : Poetry for students. Volume 26 : presenting analysis, context and criticism on commonly studied poetry / Ira Mark Milne, project editor ; foreword by David Kelly.
Wideman, John Edgar. : Short stories for students. Volume 24 : presenting analysis, context, and criticism on commonly studied short stories / Ira Mark Milne, project editor ; foreword by Thomas E. Barden.
Carver, Raymond. : A shred of platinum : the aesthetics of Raymond Carver's Will you please be quiet, please? and What we talk about when we talk about love / Jürgen Pieters.
Whately, Creswel. : The pernicious way of the rigid presbyter and antichristian ministers, detected. : And several weighty matters (in controversie, betwixt Sion and her adversaries, or between the true Church and the false) discussed. To inform both magistrates, ministers, and people, against the spirit of Antichrist and persecution. Partly upon occasion of a book, entituled, The Quakers libel answered, by Creswel Whately; who calls himself minister of the Gospel. To which is annexed, something concerning the true Christ, and his being in his people; in answer to Matthew Caffin his great error and mistake of the Quakers, in his book, entituled, Faith in God's promises, the saints best weapon.
Whately, Creswel. -- Early works to 1800. : Tythes ended by Christ with the Levitical priesthood. : And therefore no maintenance for a Gospel-ministry, nor lawful for Christians to pay or take under the dispensation of the Gospel. Being an answer to two reviling pamphlets written against the people of God called Quakers, because they refuse to pay tythes. The one by C.N. a Presbyterian; and the other by Cress Wheatly, an Episcopal priest. The said C.N. and C.W. are herein justly rebuked for their enmity and lyes against the people of God, and their arguments and plea for tythes considered and fully answered. And the people of God vindicated in their refusing to pay tythes. / By the servants of the Lord, T. Rudyard and W. Gibson. Also a postscript by George Watt. Also some brief observations upon some passages in a book, entituled, Christ's call to professors, by W.G.
Whately, Richard, 1787-1863. : The law of anti-religious libel reconsidered, in a letter to the editor of the Christian examiner [electronic resource] : in answer to an article of that periodical against a pamphlet, entitled "Considerations, &c." by John Search / by Joseph Blanco White.