Wright, Richard R., 1849?-1947. : Unsung heroes ; The Black boy of Atlanta ; "Negroes in domestic service in the United States" / Elizabeth Ross Haynes ; introduction by Francille Rusan Wilson.
Wright, Richard W., -1855. : Report of the trial of Willard Clark : indicted for the murder of Richard W. Wright, before the Superior Court of Connecticut, holden at New Haven, on Monday, September 17, 1855 / by H.H. Mc Farland ; assisted by the counsel for the state and defense.
Wright, Robert, -1688. : The last speech and confession of John Thompson, Richard Crook alias Hide, John Atkins alias Lush, Richard Stanley, Robert Wright, and Thomas Birch, for killing the two boys. : Who were executed at Tybourn, on Friday the 4th. of this instant May, 1688.
Wright, Robert, -1743. : A sermon occasioned by the death of the Reverend Mr. Robert Wright : who departed this life April the 22d, 1743. Preached at Haberdasher's-Hall, May 1. And published at the People's Request with some Enlargement. By Thomas Hall.
Wright, Robert, 1752-1826. : Address of General James Lloyd, to the citizens of Kent and Queen-Anne's counties, [electronic resource] : in answer to a late calumnious charge made against him by Robert Wright. : [Six lines of quotation in Latin]
Wright, Robert, -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : Inter Franciscum Bassett, Armigerum ----querentem. Franciscum Mascall, & Alios =defendentes. Robert Wright, Esq; Gilbert Spearman, Esq; William Prockter, Esq; and Dame Jane Clavering, widow of Sir John Clavering, bar. deceas'd; on behalf of herself, and Sir James Clavering, bar. son and heir of the said Sir John Clavering an infant. Appellants. William Ramsay, Esq; respt. Respondents case.
Wright, S. (Samuel), 1683-1746. : Simeon's prayer, for leave to die, considered and improved. : A sermon occasioned by the much lamented death of the late Reverend Samuel Wright, D.D. preached to His affectionate afflicted People, at Carter-Lane, April 13. 1746. By Ob. Hughes, D.D.
Wright, S. (Samuel), 1683-1746. -- Early works to 1800. : Reflections on Dr. Wright's treatise on the religious observation of the Lord's-day : According to the express words of the fourth commandment. Shewing, the inconclusiveness of the doctor's reasoning on that subject, and the impossibility of grounding the first-day Sabbath on the fourth commandment, or any other text of scripture, produced by him for that purpose. In a letter to the doctor. By R. Cornthewaite.
Wright, S. (Samuel), 1683-1746. -- Early works to 1800. : A postscript to Dr. Wright's sermon on scripture and tradition. : Wherein The Authors of the Weekly Miscellany, and of the Remarks reprinted from thence, are proved Wilful Misrepresenters of the said Sermon, and of the Note added to the Fourth Edition, p. 51, 52.
Wright, Samuel, 1680-1736. : London's wonder: or, the chaste old batchellor. : Being, a faithful account of the family, life, and legacies of Mr. Samuel Wright, of Newington-Green, in the County of Middlesex, Gent. With a true copy of his last will and testament, at large, and remarks thereon.
Wright, Samuel, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : A report of the cases of the King v. Wright, and the King v. De Yonge, who were severally tried for exchanging guineas for bank notes [electronic resource] : to which is added a copy of the act of Parliament, 51 Geo. III. c. 127 relative to this subject / by John King, Esq.
Wright, Sophia. : The trial for crim. con., Wright versus Braham [electronic resource] : the celebrated singer and musical composer, in the Common Pleas on Tuesday, July 23, 1816, with the whole of the evidence, verbatim.
Wright, Stephen S. (Stephen Smith) : Narrative and recollections of Van Dieman's Land : during a three years' captivity of Stephen S. Wright, together with an account of the Battle of Prescott ... with a copious appendix by Caleb Lyon of Lyonsdale.
Wright, T. (Thomas) : A sermon preached at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Thomas Wright : at Lewin's-Mead, Bristol, May 31. 1759. By Samuel Chandler, D.D. Together with the questions proposed by the Reverend Mr. William Richards; and the answers returned. To which is added, the charge, delivered by the Reverend Mr. Thomas Amory...
Wright, T. (Thomas). : Large farms, recommended in a national view. : A reply to Mr. Wright's Address to the public on the monopoly of small farms.
Wright, Thomas. : A sermon preached at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. Thomas Wright : at Lewin's-Mead, Bristol, May 31. 1759. By Samuel Chandler, D.D. Together with the questions proposed by the Reverend Mr. William Richards; and the answers returned. To which is added, the charge, delivered by the Reverend Mr. Thomas Amory...
Wright, Thomas, -1624. -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800. : Epilogus ad Quatuor colloquia Dni. Dris. Wrighti, pro mala fide habita; et à Iacobo Nixon Hiberno, non bona fide relata; et Guilielmo Stanleio nullius fidei per duelli dicata : pro amico et gentili suo Dno. Thoma Roe equite editus. Authore Guilielmo Roe. Epilogus 1. De certitudine remissionis peccatorum. 2. Quòd papistæ nesciant quid in missa sua sumant, veri autem Christiani probè intelligant. 3. De reali præsentia corporis Christi in Eucharistia absq[ue] transubstantiatione. 4. De impunitate summi pontificis in errore et rebus contra fidem definiendis.
Wright, Thomas, -1700 -- Death and burial. : The hopes of a resurrection asserted and applied. : In a sermon Preached Decemb. 4. 1700. At the interment of Mr. Thomas Wright: Wherein are some Occasional Reflections on the Abuse of Funeral Sermons. By Philip Stubs, M. A. Late Fellow of Wadham College, Oxon: Now Rector of St. Alphage, London.