Wilkinson, W. M. (William Magney), 1854-1935. : The strenuous saint : being an account of the longest journey of William Magney Wilkinson, mission priest of the Diocese of Carpenteria, 1909-1918 / by P. McD. Smith ; with a preface by S.H. Davies.
Wilkinson, William, 18th cent. : A reply to the most principal arguments contained in a book, entituled, The baptism of the Holy Spirit without elementary water, demonstratively proved to be the true baptism of Christ. Signed William Wilkinson. [electronic resource] : In which reply, his arguments are fairly refuted; and both water-baptism and the Lord's Supper plainly proved to be the commands of Jesus Christ, and to continue in force, until his second personal coming. / By Joseph Jenks. ; [Six lines from John]
Allatt, John. -- Will -- Early works to 1800. : Mr. Allatt's deed of endowment for establishing and supporting a school in Shrewsbury : for the education and benefit of children of both sexes, together with such parts of his last will and testament, and of the codicil thereunto annexed, as respect the said endowment, and the other charities of the said Mr. Allatt.
Archbold, Richard. -- Will -- Early works to 1800. : James Archbold, gent. appellant. Peter Toole, gent. respondent. The appeal is from certain decrees and orders made by the Court of Exchequer in Ireland, in a cause wherein the said Peter Toole was plaintiff, and the said James Archbold defendant. The case of the respondent.
Arnold, Caroline -- Will. : William Chauncey against Lemuel Arnold and Lemuel Arnold, executor of Caroline Arnold, deceased [electronic resource].
Bainbrigge, Thomas -- Will. : Report of the trial of the cause of Doe on the demise of Thomas Parker Bainbrigge, plaintiff, and William Arnold Bainbrigge, defendant [electronic resource] : at the Staffordshire Summer assizes, 1850, before Lord Chief Justice Campbell, and a special jury : with reference to the last will and testament of Thomas Bainbrigge, late of Woodseat, Esquire, deceased / from the short-hand notes of Mr. R.H. Tolcher.
Bancroft, Francis. -- Will -- Early works to 1800. : A true copy of the remarkable last will and testament of Mr. Francis Bancroft : Citizen and Draper of London. In which are inserted the uncommon directions relating to his funeral. With a Particular Account of his Donations to the Drapers Company, for the Erecting and Endowing Alms-Houses, &c.
Barthrop, William -- Will. : The law of charitable uses [electronic resource] : argument of Wm. Curtis Noyes, before the Court of Appeals of the State of New York, in the case of Beekman, administrator, &c., against the people, &c., and others, in behalf of Thomas Beekman, one of the respondents, with an appendix containing the will.
Bellingham, Richard, 1592?-1672 -- Will. : A copy of the last will and testament of Richard Bellingham Esqr. Late governour of the colony of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England. [electronic resource] : And some arguments to prove this was the said governours last will, and was proved and approved as such, and ought to continue valid against the attempts of all that would nullify the same. : Published by the Reverend Mr. James Allen, one of the executors in said will named.