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Wesley, Samuel (1695.). Elegies on the Queen and Archbishop. EEBO-TCP.

Wesley, Samuel (1698.). A sermon concerning reformation of manners. EEBO-TCP.

Wesley, Samuel (1700]). An epistle to a friend concerning poetry. EEBO-TCP.

Wesley, Samuel, the elder (1685). Wesley, S., the elder: Maggots (1685). CH.

Wesley, Samuel, the elder (1693). Wesley, S., the elder: The life of Christ (1693). CH.

Wesley, Samuel, the elder (1695). Wesley, S., the elder: Elegies (1695). CH.

Wesley, Samuel, the elder (1700). Wesley, S., the elder: An Epistle to a Friend concerning Poetry (1700). CH.

Wesley, Samuel, the elder (1705). Wesley: Marlborough (1705). CH.

Wesley, Samuel, the elder (1713). Wesley, S., the elder: An Hymn on Peace (1713). CH.

Wesley, Samuel, the elder (1715). Wesley, S., the elder: History of the Old Testament in verse (1715). CH.

Wesley, Samuel, the elder (1717). Wesley, S., the elder: History of the New Testament in verse (1717). CH.

West, Jane (Iliffe) (1791). Miscellaneous poems, and a tragedy. WWP.

West, Richard (1606]). Newes from Bartholmew Fayre. EEBO-TCP.

West, Richard (1607.). The court of conscience, or, Dick VVhippers sessions. EEBO-TCP.

West, Richard (1607). West, R.: The Court of Conscience (1607). CH.

West, Richard (1619.). The schoole of vertue, the second part, or, The young schollers paradice. EEBO-TCP.

West, Richard (1671.). The profitableness of piety. EEBO-TCP.

West, Richard (1700.). A sermon preached at the anniversary meeting of the Sons of Clergy-men, in St. Paul's Cathedral, December 3, 1700. EEBO-TCP.

West, Thomas (1664?]). The word of God to all the elect number. EEBO-TCP.

West, Thomas (1664]). The word of the Lord God Almighty. EEBO-TCP.

Westmorland, Mildmay Fane (1648.). Otia sacra optima fides. EEBO-TCP.

Wever, R (1565].). An enterlude called lusty Iuuentus. EEBO-TCP.

Wharton, George (1661.). Select and choice poems. EEBO-TCP.

Wharton, Henry (1688.). A treatise of the celibacy of the clergy. EEBO-TCP.

Wharton, Henry (1688.). The enthusiasm of the church of Rome. EEBO-TCP.

Wharton, Henry (1692.). A defence of pluralities, or, Holding two benefices with cure of souls. EEBO-TCP.

Wharton, Henry (1693.). A specimen of some errors and defects in the history of the reformation of the Church of England, wrote by Gilbert Burnet .... EEBO-TCP.

Wharton, Henry (1697.). Fovrteen sermons preach'd in Lambeth Chapel. EEBO-TCP.

Wharton, Henry (1698]). One and twenty sermons preach'd in Lambeth Chapel. EEBO-TCP.

Whately, William (1673.). The redemption of time, or, A sermon containing very good remedies for them that have mis-spent their time. EEBO-TCP.

Wheathill, Anne (1584). A handfull of holesome (though homelie) hearbs, gathered out of the goodlie garden of Gods most holie word; for the common benefit and comfortable exercise of all such as are devoutly disposed. WWP.

Wheatley, Phillis (1773). Poems on various subjects, religious and moral. WWP.

Whetstone, George (1557). Whetstone: Rare is the worke ... (1577). CH.

Whetstone, George (1575). Whetstone: G. W. In prayse of Gascoigne, and his Posies (1575). CH.

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