Willoughby de Eresby, Peregrine Bertie, 1555-1601. : The noble Lord Willoughby; being a true relation of a famous and bloody battle fought in Flanders : by the noble and valiant Lord Willoughby, with one thousand five hundred English men, against forty thousand Spaniards; where the English obtained a notable victory over them, to the glory and renown of our nation. To the tune of, Lord Willoughby, &c.
Willoughby de Eresby, Peregrine Bertie, 1555-1601. -- Poetry. : Lord Willoughby, or, A true relation of a famous and bloody battel fought in Flanders : by the noble & valiant Lord Willoughby with 1500 English against forty thousand Spaniards where the English obtained a notable victory for the glory and renown of our nation, to the tune of Lord Willoughby.
Willoughby, Edward, active 1621. : To the right honorable the lords spirituall and temporall in this present Parliament assembled. : The humble petition of Edward Willughby Esquire and Winifride his wife, William Pargiter Esquire and Abigal his wife, Montague Wood Esquire and Francis his wife..
Willoughby, Elizabeth, -- Early works to 1800. : The trial of Richard Hathaway, at Surrey Assizes [electronic resource] : (begun and held in the borough of Southwark, March the 24th, 1702) upon an information for being a cheat and impostor and endeavouring to take away the life of Sarah Morduck, on a false accusation of witchcraft : in which is discovered the malicious designs of the said impostor with an account of his pretended inchantments and witchcraft : before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt and Mr. Baron Hatsell : to which is added a short account of the trial of Richard Hathaway, Thomas Wellyn and Elizabeth, his wife, and Elizabeth Willoughby, wife of Walter Willoughby, upon an information for a riot and assault upon Sarah Morduck, the pretended witch at the said assizes.
Willoughby Fields, Battle of, 1648. : An Impartiall and true relation of the great victory obtained through the blessing of God, after a very sharpe dispute, by the conjoyned forces of Lincolne, Nottingham, Lecester, Derby, and Rutland, under the command of Col. Edw. Rosseter : vvith a list of the names and number of prisoners, colours, armes, and carriages taken on Wednesday Iuly 5, 1648.
Willoughby, Francis, 1635-1672. : The natural history of the Nectariniadae, or sun-birds : ... with portrait and memoir of Willoughby / by Sir William Jardine.
Willoughby, G. K. : Out of the past into the future : Graham Willoughby's artist books, featuring Tony Anderson's binding.
Willoughby, Henry, -1653 -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : Gratis dictum, or An occasionall discourse delivered in way of sermon, on Sunday the 19th of November, 1654 in the parish of Wilne in the county of Derby. : Where the right worshipfull and truly worthy Sir Henry Willoughby Baronet departed this life on Sunday being the 20th of November, being the yeare preceding, viz. 1653 / by Gervase Faulconer, master in arts and minister of Wilne.
Willoughby, Hugh, d. 1554. : The discovery of Muscovy : with the voyages of Ohthere and Wulfstan from King Alfred's Orosius / from the collections of Richard Hakluyt ; [with an introduction by Henry Morley].
Willoughby, Winifride. : To the right honorable the lords spirituall and temporall in this present Parliament assembled. : The humble petition of Edward Willughby Esquire and Winifride his wife, William Pargiter Esquire and Abigal his wife, Montague Wood Esquire and Francis his wife..