Winterton (East Indiaman) : A narrative of the loss of the Winterton : on her passage to India, the 20th of August, 1792, on a reef of rocks off the island of Madagascar. With the names of the passengers & officers that were saved and lost.
Winterton (England) -- Antiquities, Roman. : Excavations at Winterton Roman villa and other Roman sites in North Lincolnshire, 1958-1967 / by I. M. Stead, with contributions by D. Charlesworth ... [and others].
Winterton, Thomas. -- Early works to 1800. : The horn of the he-goat broken: or An answer to a lying book called, The chasing of the young quaking harlot out of the citie. Published by a scorner of the truth, called Thomas Winterton. : His deceit and ignorance laid open, his lies reproved, and the quæries answered, for the sake of the simple. / By a lover of righteousnesse, called, Richard Huberthorn.
Winterton, Thomas. -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800. : A discovery of the Beast got into the seat of the false prophet : who hath opened his mouth in blasphemy, to deny the Father, and the Son, and the Spirit, or ought in man above nature, to guide man out of his natural estate; that so he might establish his beastly kingdome. Or, An answer to a paper set out by T. Winterton, wherein he would prove something against the Quakers if he could; but hath gone so far as he hath proved himself an atheist, without God, or the sure foundation; yet in his busie corrupt carnal senses would be a teacher, whereof all that loves the Lord are hereby warned; in love to your soules. By a witnesse to the true light in spirit, called James Nayler.
Winthrop, Adam, 1647-1700. : Parentalia. [electronic resource] : An essay upon the blessings and comforts reserved for pious children after the death of their pious parents. And a commemoration of two such parents; in a sermon preached on a time of prayer, attended by some Christians in the neighbourhood, with the children of an honourable and religious family; whose father first, and then at some distance of time, their mother, have been taken from them. / By Cotton Mather, D.D. F.R.S. ; [Three lines from Isaiah]
Winthrop, Fitz-John, 1638-1707. : Winthropi justa. : A sermon at the funearl of the Honble John Winthrop, Esq. late governour of the colony of Connecticut in New England. Who died at Boston Nov. 27. 1707. in his 69th year. By Cotton Mather. Dedicated to the right honourable, the Lady Rachel Russel, By Sir Henry Ashurst, Bar.
Winthrop, John, 1588-1649 -- Poetry. : A funeral elegie (written many years since) on the death of the memorable and truly honourable John Winthrope Esq: [electronic resource] : governour of the Massachusets Colony in N-England. For the space of 19 years, who died in the 63d. year of his age. March 26. 1649.
Winthrop, John, 1606-1676. -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : A funeral tribute to the honourable dust of that most charitable Christian, unbiassed politician, and unimitable pyrotechnist John Winthrope Esq: A member of the Royal Society, & governour of Conecticut colony in New-England. Who expired in his countreys service, April. 6th. 1676.
Winthrop, John, 1638-1707. : Winthropi justa. [electronic resource] : A sermon at the funeral of the Honourable John Winthrop Esq. late governour of the colony of Connecticut, in New-England; who died, at Boston, Nov. 27. 1707 and was honourably there interr'd on Decemb. 4. ensuing; in the 69th year of his age. : [Three lines of quotation in Latin]
Winthrop, John, 1714-1779. -- Death and burial -- Early works to 1800. : The hope of immortality. : A discourse occasioned by the death of the Honorable John Winthrop, Esq; LL.D. and F.R.S. Hollis Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy at Cambridge, New-England: delivered at a public lecture in Harvard College. By Edward Wigglesworth, A.M. Hollis Professor of Divinity. Published at the request of the students.