Taxation -- Massachusetts -- Worcester County. : Direct taxes! Loans! Fruits of commercial restrictions! [electronic resource] : Electors of Worcester County! You are frequently called upon, in pathetick addresses to your passions, to believe chimerical statements, without any authority for their support ...
Trials (Misconduct in office) -- Massachusetts -- Worcester County. : Proceedings of the Senate and House of Representatives upon the petition of George R.M. Withington and others [electronic resource] : praying that James G. Carter be removed from his office of Justice of the Peace for the county of Worcester with the opening remarks of Hon. Rufus Choate upon the constitutional tenure of the office of Justice of Peace and the public character and services of Mr. Carter : the answer of Mr. Carter to the allegations of the petitioners : the closing argument of Hon. Pliny Merrick : upon the allegations of the petitioners and the evidence adduced by them in support thereof with the : report of the Joint Special Committee of the Senate and House of Representatives, giving the petitioners leave to withdraw their petition.
Diphtheria -- England -- Worcester. : Dr. W.W.E. Fletcher's report to the Local Government Board on recent prevalence of diphtheria in Worcester, and on the sanitary circumstances and administration of the city / [Wilfred W.E. Fletcher].
Worcester, Edward Somerset, -- Correspondence. : Monmouthshire. Historical and descriptive accounts of the ancient and present state of Ragland Castle : ... To which are added, by way of preface, brief notices of Wonastow, Tree-Owen, Dingatstow, .. Collected ... by Charles Heath, printer, Monmouth..
Worcester, Elizabeth Somerset, : Raglands Niobe: or, Elizas elegie : Addressed to the unexpiring memory of the most noble Lady, Elizabeth Herbert, wife to the truly honourable, Edward Somerset Lord Herbert, &c. By Ri. Brathwait, Esq.
Worcester (England) : A survey of the city of Worcester : containing the ecclesiastical and civil government thereof, as originally founded, and the present administration as since reformed. Comprehending also the most material parts of its history, from its Foundation to the present Time. Extracted from the best Authorities. Together With an Account of whatever is most remarkable for Grandeur, Elegance, Curiosity, or Use, in this antient City. The whole embellished with sixteen copper-plates of Perspective Views of the Publick Buildings, &c. engraved from original Drawings, taken on Purpose for this Work. By Valentine Green, of Worcester.
Worcester (England) -- Description and travel. : A survey of the city of Worcester : containing, the ecclesiastical and civil government thereof, as originally founded, and the present administration as since reformed. Comprehending also the most material parts of its history, from its foundation to the present time, extracted from the best authorities. Together with an account of whatever is most remarkable for grandeur, elegance, curiosity, or use, in this ancient city ... / by Valentine Green.
Worcester (England) -- Description and travel -- Early works to 1800. : The worcester guide. : Containing an account of the ancient and present state of that city; with a description of the seats of the nobility and gentry in the neighbourhood, and Every Particular necessary for the Information of the stranger and traveller. Embellished with views, plans, &c.
Worcester (England) -- History -- Early works to 1800. : An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament : enabling the committee of the county of Worcester, to raise 100. horse, and 300. foot, to suppresse all tumults in the said county, with power to assesse 100. l. per week, for the maintenance of those forces.
Worcester (England) -- History -- Directories -- Early works to 1800. : The Worcester Royal directory, for the year 1792. : Containing, I. An historical account of whatever is remarkable for antiquity or curiosity, in the city of Worcester, from the earliest date to the present time. II. A survey of the Cathedral: with the seccession of bishops, deans, archdeacons, and chancellors, of the diocese. III. The ecclesiastical and civil government of Worcester: with an account of the companies and incorporations, and a list of the mayors of the city. IV. Account of the royal visit, in 1788; with a list of all the monarchs who have visited the city. V. Names and places of abode of the gentry, clergy, physicians, bankers, gentlemen of the law, and principal inhabitants of the above city: with the numbers affixed to each house, agreeable to a late act of Parliament. VI. Account of the post going out and coming in; mails, stage coaches, waggons, &c. &c. with the rates of the hackney and stage coaches, chairmen, &c.
Worcester (England) -- Maps -- Early works to 1800. : Dedicated, by permission, to the King. Proposals, for publishing, by subscription, a compendious history of Worcestershire : ... Wherein will be inserted an essay on the lives and characters of John Lord Somers and Philip Earl of Hardwicke. By Richard Cooksey, .. The above work will be printed ... with a large new type, cast on purpose by Mr. Caslon, making an elegant volume in quarto. ...
Worcester (England) -- Poetry. : Malvern : a descriptive and historical poem; by Luke Booker, LL. D. Dedicated to the Right Honourable Julia, Viscountess Dudley and Ward.
Worcester (England) -- Religion : For the inhabitants of Worcester to view and consider well of, especially they of Nicholas-Parish. : The case of us, viz. Edward Bourne, John Knight, Joseph Allibon and Richard Hill, of Nicholas-Parish in the city of Worcester.
Fast-day sermons -- England -- Worcester. : A sermon preacht in the parochial church of St. Nicholas in the city of Worcester : on Wednesday the 19th of January, being the day of the general fast. By Thomas Cooke, M.A. and rector of the said parish. Publisht at the request of the gentlemen, and other inhabitants at a vestry meeting. Whereunto is added A short account of the lamentable and remarkable fire at Worcester, wherein a whole family of nine persons perisht in the flames. .