Willis, Richard, active 1645. : The bloody treatie: or, Proceedings between the King and Prince Rupert. : As also, between Pr. Rupert and Capt. Pickering. Who hath brought in 4. of the Kings collonels, to the Parliament; with the whole proceedings of Ruperts perambulation from the King at Newark, and his return to Woodstock with 400. horse. And how cruelly they used Captain Pickering during the treatie; who by the help of Collonel Willis, Collonel Honywood, Collonel Fisher, and Collonel Roulston, is now returned safe to the Parliament, and hath brought them in from the King. With Ruperts letter to the King, about a bloody massacre. Die Saturn. Decemb. 13. 1645. Appointed to be printed, and is published according to order.
Willis, Samuel -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Crown calendar [electronic resource] : for the Yorkshire Lent Assizes, holden at the Castle of York, in and for the county of York, on Saturday the 22d day of March, in the ninth year of the reign of Our Sovereign Lord George the Fourth, by the grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, defender of the faith and in the year of Our Lord 1828 : before the Honourable Sir John Bayley, knight, one of His Majesty's justices assigned to hold Pleas before the King himself and the Honourable Sir John Hullock, knight one of the barons of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer at Westminster / Sir Tatton Sykes.
Willis, Thomas. : In the House of Lords, on appeal from Her Majesty's Court of Appeal (England), between John Boyd, appellant and John Horrocks and James Horrocks, respondents [electronic resource] : respondents supplemental appendix.
Willis, Thomas, 1621-1675. -- Early works to 1800. : Examen diatribæ Thomæ Willisii, Doctoris Medici, & Professoris Oxoniensis, de febribus : Cui accesserunt historiæ aliquot medicæ rariores. Authore Edmundo de Meara, ormoniensi hiberno, medicinæ doctrore.
Willis, Thomas, 1621-1675. -- Early works to 1800. : Systema medicinale, a compleat system of physick, theorical and practical : In six books. Containing the names, definitions, differences, parts affected, signs, causes, prognosticks, and various methods of curing all the principal diseases, happening to the bodies of men, women, and children. Translated out of Latin into English, out of the most learned John Dolæus, being a summary of the ancient and modern way of practice, collected chiefly from Hippocrates, Galen, Paracelsus, Helmont, Willis, Sylvius, Cartesius, and others; wherein both the Galenick and chymick methods are particularly and specially explicated and exemplified: brought into this portable volume for the publick good. Whereunto is annexed a prefatory discourse concerning the method of studying and practising physick; and other accommodations relating to the same. Written by William Salmon professor of physick, living at the Blew Balcony by the Ditch-side, near Holborn-Bridge, London. LiceBsed , January 24. 1685/6. Robert Midgley.
Willis, Winston. : Report on possible intimidation of Mr W. Willis in respect of his involvement with an inquiry by the Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs / House of Representatives Committee of Privileges.
Willison, John, 1680-1750. -- Early works to 1800. : An answer to a book called A letter from a parochial bishop to a prelatical gentleman, Wherein the Presbyterians of Scotland are proved to be a Schismatick Party, and the Primitive Government of the Church by Bishops is vindicated, and the Substance of that which the Parochial Bishop says against it, is answered and refuted in very few words. By a lover of the truth and order of the church.
Willison, John, 1680-1750. -- Early works to 1800. : Some reflections upon the preface : and some Paragraphs of a Book printed for Mr. James Mc Euen at Edinburgh, 1716; called, A Treatise concerning the Sanctifying of the Lord's Day. Together with An exact Answer to its Postscript. Wherein the Answer to the Parochial Bishop's Letter is vindicated, the primitive Government of the Church by Bishops is farther established, and the Presbyterians in Scotland are plainly proved to be a Schismatick Party, and consequently that their Communion is unlawful By the Author of the said Answer. .
Willison, John, 1680-1750. : An apology for the true Church of Scotland : being a short reply to a book published by J. W. (of late Presbyterian Preacher at Brechin, but now at Dundee) called, An apology for the Church of Scotland, against the accusations of prelatists and Jacobites; and particularly the reflections of J. S. late Incumbent at Forsar. Whereby the hainous and unchurching Crime of Schism is farther fixed upon the Presbyterian Party in Scotland, and the ancient and Apostolick Government of the Church by Bishops is farther confirmed. By J. S. author of the Answe to the parochial bishop's letter.
Williston Basin. : Carbonate diagenesis as a control on stratigraphic traps : (with examples from the Williston Basin) / Mark W. Longman.
Williston, David Howe, 1768-1845. : A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Reverend David Howe Williston, A.M. Pastor of the church in Tunbridge, June 26th, MDCCXCIII. [electronic resource] / By his father, Noah Williston, A.M. Pastor of the church in West-Haven, Connecticut.
Williston, Samuel, 1795-1874. : A discourse commemorative of Hon. Samuel Williston [electronic resource] : delivered in the Payson Church at Easthampton, September 13, 1874, and also in the College Church at Amherst, September 20 / by W.S. Tyler.
Willman, Olof Eriksson -- Diaries. : The journal of Olof Eriksson Willman : from his voyage to the Dutch East Indies and Japan, 1648-1654 / translated, annotated and with an introduction by Catharina Blomberg.
Willman, Olof Eriksson -- Travel -- Japan. : The journal of Olof Eriksson Willman : from his voyage to the Dutch East Indies and Japan, 1648-1654 / translated, annotated and with an introduction by Catharina Blomberg.