Personal property -- Ireland -- Westmeath -- Early works to 1800. : List of persons who have suffered losses in their property in the county of Westmeath, and who have given in their claims on or before the 6th of April, 1799, to the commissioners for enquiring into the losses sustained by such of His Majesty's loyal subjects, as have suffered in their property by the rebellion....
Westmeath, Richard Nugent, 1583-1642. : By the Lord Deputie and Councell [electronic resource] : Arthure Chichester. Whereas Richard Lord Baron of Deluin lately apprehended and committed to the castle of Dublin for high treason ...
Westminister Abbey. : A new critical review of the publick buildings : statues and ornaments, In and about London and Westminster. With some Reflections on the Use of Sepulchral Monuments; as also a scheme Shewing the Dimensions of St. Peter's Church at Rome and St. Paul's Cathedral at London; and a preface, being an Essay on Taste. To all which is added, an appendix, containing A Dispute between the Weekly Miscellany and the Author; and a compleat Alphabetical Index. .
Westminister Assembly (1643-1652) -- Early works to 1800. : The confession of faith, together with the larger and lesser catechismes. Composed by the reverend Assembly of Divines, sitting at Westminster, presented to both Houses of Parliament. Again published with the scriptures at large, and the emphasis of the scriptures in a different character. To which is annexed two sheets of Church-government with the scriptures at large.
Westminister Assembly (1643-1652). : A body of divinity : wherein the doctrines of the Christian religion are explained and defended. Being the substance of several lectures on the Assembly's Larger Catechism. By Thomas Ridgley...
Street lighting -- England -- London -- Westminister -- Early works to 1800. : A proposal or plan for an act of Parliament for the better paving : Cleansing and Lighting the Streets, Lanes, Courts, Alleys, and other open Passages, and for removing of Nusances, as well within the several parishes of the city and liberty of Westminster, as of St. Mary le Bone, St. Giles's in the Fields, St. George the Martyr, St. George Bloomsbury, that Part of St. Andrew Holbourn, which lies in the County of Middlesex, the several Liberties of the Rolls and Savoy, and that Part of the Duchy of Lancaster, which lies in the County of Middlesex. By Mr. Spranger.
Westminster Abbey -- Humor. : The wreck of Westminster Abbey : alias the year two thousand, alias the ordeal of sepulchral candour; being a selection from the monumental records of the most conspicuous personages, Who flourished towards the latter End of the Eighteenth Century, and which from their Impartiality, have ever been considered a convincing Testimony of the independance of the Age; including some Royal, as well as Noble and Literary Personages.
Westminster Abbey -- Humor -- Early works to 1800. : The second part of The abbey of Kilkhampton; or, monumental records for the year 1980. Faithfully transcribed from the original inscriptions, Which are still perfect, and appear to be drawn up in a Stile devoid of fulsome Panegyric, or unmerited Detraction.
Westminster Abbey -- Humours -- Early works to 1800. : The second part of The Abbey of Kilkhampton; or, monumental records for the year 1980. Faithfully transcribed from the original inscriptions, Which are still perfect, and appear to be drawn up in a Stile devoid of fulsome Panegyric, or unmerited Detraction.
Westminster Abbey -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : A compendious encomium on several of the most illustrious personages whose monuments are erected in Westminster-Abbey : Together with some of the Kings of England, who lie entombed in Henry the VIIth's Chapel. An heroic poem, in Latin and English. By a Gentleman, late of Baliol College, Oxford.
Westminster Assembly (1643-1652). : The ansvver of the Assembly of Divines by authority of Parliament now sitting at Westminster. Unto the reasons given in to this Assembly by the Dissenting Brethren, of their not bringing in a model of their way. : And since published in print, under the title of A copy of a remonstrance. Which answer was humbly presented to the Right Honorable the House of Peers assembled in Parliament. Ordered by the Lords in Parliament assembled, that this answer be forthwith printed and published. Joh. Brown, cler. Parliamentorum.
Westminster Assembly (1643-1652) -- Fiction -- Early works to 1800. : The infamous history of Sir Simon Synod, and his sonne Sir John Presbyter. : Describing the acts of their youth, autumne, and old age. With the nature and desperatenesse of the disease, whereof they both lye now sick. With the desires of Sir Iohn Presbyter. Written with his owne hand, and dedicated to his deare brethren, likely to survive him.