Woodruff, Hezekiah N. (Hezekiah North), 1763-1833. : A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Hezekiah N. Woodruff, [electronic resource] : to the pastoral office over the First Church of Christ in Stonington, July 2, 1789. / By Nathan Perkins, A.M. Pastor of a Church of Christ in Hartford.
Woodruff, Hezekiah Stites, 1754-1842. : To the publick. [electronic resource] : I mean in fame, before I give him o'er, He sinks like stars who fall to rise no more. Macpherson. : Were all men faithful in discharging their duties to each other, human life must have sufficient affluence and pleasure, and I should at present not had any occasion to address the publick, and beg their candor while I lay before them part of the jesuitical cunning, and most depreciating wit of a certain Doctor Aaron Craig ...
Woodruff, Lee. : In an instant : a family's journey of love and healing / Lee and Bob Woodruff.
Woodruff, Liza. : Something about the author. Volume 182 / Lisa Kumar, project editor.
Woodruff, Merit N., 1780-1799. : Devotional harmony: [electronic resource] : a posthumous work of Merit N. Woodruff, late of Watertown, (Connecticut) deceased. / Published by his relatives and friends, under the inspection of Asahel Benham. ; A short narrative of the life and death of the author, may be found in the introduction.
Woods, George, -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800. : Appeal from Ireland. : Noah Webb, Esq; administrator of Henry Webb, Esq; his late father, deceased, - appellant. Robert St. Lawrence, son and heir of the original proprietor of the estate in question, and George Woods, gentleman, his vendee, - - - - - - - respondents. The appellant's case.
Woods, Georgie. : Contemporary Black biography. Volume 57 : profiles from the international Black community / Sara and Tom Pendergast, editors.