Wright, James -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Trials for high treason in Scotland [electronic resource] : under a special commission held at Stirling, Glasgow, Dumbarton, Paisley and Ayr in the year 1820 / taken in short-hand by C.J. Green.
Wright, Johan Magnus von, 1924- : Psychology in the 1990's : in honour of Professor Johan von Wright on his 60th birthday, March 31, 1984 / edited by Kirsti M.J. Lagerspetz and Pekka Niemi.
Wright, John, 1568?-1605. : By the King [electronic resource] : whereas Thomas Percy gentleman, and some other his confederates ... haue beene discovered to haue contrived the most horrible treason ...
Wright, John Kirtland, 1891-1969. : Geographies of the mind : essays in historical geosophy in honor of John Kirtland Wright / edited by David Lowenthal and Martyn J. Bowden, with the assistance of Mary Alice Lamberty.
Wright, John, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of the action, Wright v. Clement [electronic resource] : for certain libels published in Cobbett's Political Register : tried in the Court of King's Bench at Westminster, on Friday, the 10th of December, 1819, before Lord Chief Justice Abbott and a special jury / taken in short hand by Mr. George Farquharson.
Wright, Joseph, 1623-1703. Testimony for the son of man -- Early works to 1800. : The son of perdition revealed, [electronic resource] : by the brightness and Light of the Son of God in his saints: and the preachers of his Light within, and their doctrines & principles (concerning the mysteries of God & the weighty things of salvation) vindicated and cleared, from the reproaches, slanders & calumnies cast upon them bythe [sic] spirit of Satan and Antichrist, which hath largely appeared in one Joseph Wright, (who esteems himself one appointed by the flock of Christ for a defence of the truth of the Gospel) as is apparent in his book intituled A testimony for the son of man and against the son of perdition; &c. which he hath given forth against them that preach the light within. But herein his pride, insolency and impudency are reproved, and his bundle of errors, blasphemies confusions and slanders (in his book against the light and the children of it) discovered. And the eternal truth in its own clearnesse (touching many weighty principles of the true religion) made manifest, for the satisfaction of the people, and of all that are doubtful. / By the Light of the
Wright, Joseph, 1855-1930. : Joseph Wright's English dialect dictionary and beyond : studies in late modern English dialectology / Manfred Markus, Clive Upton, Reinhard Heuberger (eds.).
Wright, Joseph, d. 1678 -- Early works to 1800. : The confession and execution as well of the several prisoners that suffered at Tyburn on Wednesday the 17th of April 1678 [electronic resource] : At which time were executed Joseph Wright, Thomas Bateman, William Baker, Thomas Davies, William Dukes. James Crouch, and George Dogget. As also the burning of Jane Pratt in Smithfield, for clipping, washing, filing, and diminishing the Kings coyn; who was in Newgate about a year ago on suspition of the same fact. With an account of their behaviour in prison, and last speeches at the place of execution. This may be printed. Ro. L'Estrange.
Wright, Joseph, fl. 1700 -- Early works to 1800. : The miraculous fasting of the naked-man [electronic resource] : being a strange and true account how Mr. Joseph Wright, (who, for ten or twelve years last past, went naked through the streets of the city and suburbs of London) has liv'd in the Poultrey-Compter thirty five days without eating or drinking, notwithstanding he had lost twelve ounces of blood the day before his confinement.