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Wigglesworth, Edward, 1732-1794. / [MDCCLXXV. 1775] Calculations on American population, with a table for estimating the annual increase of inhabitants in the British colonies: the manner of its construction explained: and its use illustrated. / By Edward Wigglesworth, M.A. Hollis Professor of Divinity at Cambridge. ; [Five lines of quotations]
Wigglesworth, Edward, 1732-1794. / [1778] The authority of tradition considered, at the lecture founded by the Hon. Judge Dudley, in Harvard College, November 5, 1777. / By Edward Wigglesworth, M.A. Hollis Professor of Divinity.
Wigglesworth, Edward, ca. 1693-1765. / [1720] A letter from one in the country to his friend in Boston, containing some remarks upon a late pamphlet, entituled, The distressed state of the town of Boston, &c.
Wigglesworth, Edward, ca. 1693-1765. / [1720] A vindication of the remarks of one in the country upon The distressed state of Boston, from some exceptions made against 'em in a letter to Mr. Colman.
Wigglesworth, Edward, ca. 1693-1765. / [1724] Sober remarks on a book lately re-printed at Boston, entituled, A modest proof of the order & government settled by Christ and his apostles in the church. In a letter to a friend. : [Eleven lines of quotations]
Wigglesworth, Edward, ca. 1693-1765. / [1735] A seasonable caveat against believing every spirit: with some directions for trying the spirits, whether they are of God. Given in two public lectures in the hall of Harvard-College at Cambridge, N.E. April 22 and 29, 1735. / By Edward Wigglesworth, D.D. and Hollisian Professor of Divinity.
Wigglesworth, Edward, ca. 1693-1765. / [1745] A letter to the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, by way of reply to his answer to the college testimony against him and his conduct. / By Edward Wigglesworth, D.D. Professor of divinity in said college. ; To which is added, the Reverend president's answer to the things charg'd upon him by the said Mr. Whitefield, as inconsistences. ; [Six lines from II. Corinthians]
Wigglesworth, Edward, ca. 1693-1765. / [MDCCLVII. 1757] Some thoughts upon the spirit of infallibility, claimed by the Church of Rome: offer'd at the anniversary Dudleian-Lecture, at Harvard-College in Cambridge, May 11. 1757. / By Edward Wigglesworth, D.D. And Hollisian Professor of Divinity.
Wigglesworth, Edward, ca. 1693-1765. / [1763] The doctrine of reprobation briefly considered: being the substance of some lectures in Harvard College. / By Edward Wigglesworth, D.D. and Hollisian Professor of Divinity.
Wigglesworth, Michael, 1631-1705. / [1670] Meat out of the eater: or, Meditations concerning the necessity, end, and usefulness of afflictions unto Gods children. All tending to prepare them, for, and comfort them under the crosse. / By Michael Wigglesworth.
Wigglesworth, Michael, 1631-1705. / [1701] The day of doom: or, A poetical description of the Great and Last Judgment. With a short discourse about eternity. / By Michael Wigglesworth, teacher of the church at Maldon, in N.E.
Wilde, Samuel S. (Samuel Sumner), 1771-1855. / [1797] An oration, delivered at Thomaston, July 4th, 1797. At the request of the Friendly Society, and in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence. / By Samuel S. Wilde, A.M.
Wilkins, Henry, 1767-1847. / [1795] The family adviser; or, A plain and modern practice of physic; calculated for the use of families who have not the advantages of a physician, and accommodated to the diseases of America. / By Henry Wilkins, M.D. ; To which is annexed Mr. Wesley's Primitive physic, revised.
Wilkins, Isaac, 1742-1830. / [1774] Short advice to the counties of New-York. [One line of quotation in Latin] / By a country gentleman.
Wilkins, Richard, 1623?-1704. / [1691?] Advertisement. It has been thought proper to certify unto all people, especially ministers, gentlemen, physicians, lawyers, and students in any sciences throughout this country, that Mr. Richard Wilkins, who lives over against the west end of the town-house in Boston has out of respect unto the service & honour of the country taken care to furnish himself, with such a variety of books on all subjects both old & new, as is not to be found in any other part of America ...
Wilkinson, Edward, 1728-1809. / [1798] Wisdom, a poem. : Wisdom sprang from the Supreme Being; and by that wisdom he overcomes evil. By wisdom, peace and plenty flourish in cities and civil societies; and, by its means, private men may be enabled to enjoy domestic happiness. / By a Quaker, (or Friend) of R. Island.
Wilkinson, Jemima, 1752-1819. / [in the year MDCCLXXIX. 1779] Some considerations, propounded to the several sorts and sects of professors of this age. On the following important subjects. I. The Jew outward, being a glass for the professors of this age; with a postscript to the same subject. II. A warning, in the bonds of love, to the rulers, teachers, and people of this nation, concerning their church and ministry. III. An advertisement to the powers and people of this nation. IV. An answer to that common objection against the united Friends, that they condemn all but themselves. : To which is added, an exhortation to the united Friends, everywhere scattered abroad. / By a universal friend of mankind. ; [Twenty five lines of Scripture texts]
Wilkinson, Rebecca. / [M,DCC,XCV. 1795] Sermons to children: to which are added short hymns, suited to the subjects. / By a lady.
Willard, Joseph, 1741-1828. / [1781] The duty of the good and faithful soldier. Attempted in a sermon delivered at Mendon, Lord's-Day March 25, 1781. / By Joseph Willard, A.M. Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Mendon. ; Published at the request of many of the hearers. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1673] Useful instructions for a professing people in times of great security and degeneracy: delivered in several sermons on solemn occasions: / by Mr. Samuel Willard Pastor of the Church of Christ at Groton. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1676] The heart garrisoned or, The wisdome, and care of the spiritual souldier above all things to safeguard his heart. Delivered in a sermon which was preached to the honoured gentlemen of the Artillery Company, on the day of their election, at Boston in New-England June, 5. 1676. / By Mr. Samuel Willard. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [in the year 1679] A sermon preached upon Ezek. 22. 30, 31. Occasioned by the death of the much honoured John Leveret Esq; governour of the colony of the Massachusets. N-E. 63. / By S.W. Teacher of the South Church in Boston.
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1680] The duty of a people that have renewed their covenant with God. Opened and urged in a sermon preached to the Second Church in Boston in New-England, March 17. 1679.[/]80. after that church had explicitly and most solemnly renewed the ingagement of themselves to God, and one to another. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston in New-England. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1681] Ne sutor ultra crepidam. Or Brief animadversions upon the New-England Anabaptists late fallacious narrative; wherein the notorious mistakes and falshoods by them published, are detected. / By Samuel Willard teacher of a church in Boston in New-England. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1682] Covenant-keeping the way to blessedness, or, A brief discourse wherein is shewn the connexion which there is between the promise, on God's part; and duty, on our part, in the covenant of grace: as it was delivered in several sermons, preached in order to solemn renewing of covenant. / By Samuel Willard teacher of a church in Boston in New-England. ; [Seven lines from Deuteronomy]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1682] The fiery tryal no strange thing; delivered in a sermon preached at Charlstown, February 15. 1681. Being a day of humiliation: / by Samuel Willard teacher of a church in Boston in New England. ; [Four lines of quotations]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1683] The high esteem which God hath of the death of his saints. As it was delivered in a sermon preached October 7. 1683. Occasioned by the death of the Worshipful John Hull Esq: who deceased October 1, 1683. / By Samuel Willard teacher to a church in Boston. ; [Four lines of quotations]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1684] Mercy magnified on a penitent prodigal, or A brief discourse, wherein Christs parable of the lost son found, is opened and applied, as it was delivered in sundry sermons, / by Samuel Willard teacher of a church in Boston in New-England. ; [Two lines from Luke]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1684] The child's portion: or The unseen glory of the children of God, asserted, and proved: together with several other sermons occasionally preached, and now published. / By Samuel Willard teacher of a church in Boston, New-England. ; [Five lines from Psalms]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1686] A brief discourse of justification. Wherein this doctrine is plainly laid down according to the Scriptures. : As it was delivered in several sermons on this subject. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Ten lines of quotations]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [Anno. 1686] Heavenly merchandize; or The purchasing of truth recommended and the selling of it disswaded; as it was delivered in several sermons upon Prov. 23. 23. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Three lines of Scripture text]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1691. Price bound 2s. 6d] The barren fig trees doom. Or, A brief discourse wherein is set forth the woful danger of all who abide unfruitful under Gospel priviledges, and Gods husbandry. Being the substance of sixteen sermons preached on Christ's parable of the fig-tree. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Four lines from Matthew]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1691] The danger of taking God's name in vain. As it was delivered in a sermon / by Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1691. Very suitable to be given at funerals] The mourners cordial against excessive sorrow discovering what grounds of hope Gods people have concerning their dead friends / by Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Five lines from II Corinthians]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1691] Promise-keeping a great duty. As it was delivered in a sermon / by Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Three lines from Proverbs]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1691] The sinfulness of worshipping God with men's institutions as it was delivered in a sermon / by Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1692] Some miscellany observations on our present debates respecting witchcrafts, in a dialogue between S. & B. / By P.E. and J.A.
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1693] The doctrine of the covenant of redemption. Wherein is laid the foundation of all our hopes and happiness. Briefly opened and improved. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Three lines from Psalms]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1693] Rules for the discerning of the present times. Recommended to the people of God, in New-England. In a sermon preached on the lecture in Boston; November 27th. 1692. / By Samuel Willard. ; [Two lines from Ecclesiastes]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1694] The character of a good ruler. As it was recommended in a sermon preached before His Excellency the governour, and the Honourable Counsellors, and Assembly of the Representatives of the province of Massachusetts-Bay in New-England. On May 30. 1694. Which was the day for election of councellors for that province. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston.
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1694] The law established by the Gospel or, A brief discourse, wherein is asserted and declared, the great honour which is put upon the law of God, in the Gospel way of justification be faith alone. Being the substance of a sermon preached on the lecture in Boston, September 20. 1694. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church there. ; [Three lines from Matthew]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1694] Reformation the great duty of an afflicted people. Setting forth the sin and danger there is in neglecting of it, under the continued and repeated judgments of God. : Being the substance of what was preached on a solemn day of humiliation kept by the Third Gathered Church in Boston, on August. 23d. 1694. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of the said church. ; [Four lines from Zechariah]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1698] Impenitent sinners warned of their misery and summoned to judgment. Delivered in two sermons: the former on the Sabbath, Nov. 6. the other on the lecture following, Nov. 10. 1698. : Occasioned by the amazing instance of a miserable creature, who stood condemned for murdering her infant begotten in whoredom. : To which are subjoyned the solemn words spoken to her, on those opportunities. : Published for the warning of others. / By Samuel Willard, Minister of the Gospel and teacher of a church in Boston, N.E. ; [Two lines from Deuteronomy]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1699] The man of war. A sermon preached to the Artillery Company at Boston, on June 5. 1699. Being the anniversary day for their election of officers. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Three lines of quotations]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1699] Spiritual desertions discovered and remedied. Being the substance of divers sermons preached for the help of dark souls, labouring under divine withdrawings. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Four lines from Isaiah]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1700] The fountain opened: or, The great Gospel priviledge of having Christ exhibited to sinfull men. Wherein also is proved that there shall be a national calling of the Jews : From Zech. XIII. 1. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Three lines of quotations]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1700] Love's pedigree. Or A discourse shewing the grace of love in a believer to be of a divine original delivered in a sermon preached at the lecture in Boston, Febr. 29. 1699[/]1700. / By S. Willard, teacher of a church there. ; [Two lines from James]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1700] Morality not to be relied on for life. Or, A brief discourse, discovering the one thing wanting, which leaves the legalist short of life eternal. Delivered in a sermon on the lecture in Boston, May, 23d. 1700. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Four lines from Titus]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1700] The peril of the times displayed. Or The danger of mens taking up with a form of godliness, but denying the power of it. Being the substance of several sermons preached: / by Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. N.E. ; [One line from Augustine in Latin]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1700] A remedy against despair. Or Brief discourse wherein great sinners are encouraged, and directed how to improve the consideration of the greatness of their sins in praying to God for pardon. Being the substance of two sermons preached at the lecture in Boston, 1699. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church there. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1700] The truly blessed man: or, The way to be happy here, and for ever: being the substance of divers sermons preached on, Psalm XXXII. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. N.E. ; [Five lines from Isaiah]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1701] The fear of an oath. Or, Some cautions to be used about swearing, if we would approve our selves truly godly. As it was discoursed in a sermon, preached at Boston, on the lecture; January 30. 1700,1. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Two lines in Latin from Cicero]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1701] Prognosticks of impending calamities. Delivered in a sermon preached on the lecture at Boston, July 17. 1701. Occasioned by the death of the truly Honourable, William Stoughton Esq. lieutenant governour, &c. of the province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New England. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [One line from Ecclesiastes]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1701] Walking with God, the great duty and priviledge of true Christians. In two sermons, preached on the lecture, in the year 1700. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Four lines from Micah]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [1706] The just man's prerogative. A sermon preached privately, Sept. 27. 1706. on a solemn occasion; for the consolation of a sorrowful family, mourning over the immature death, of a pious son, viz Mr. Simeon Stoddard, who was found barbarously murdered, in Chelsea-Fields near London, May 14. 1706. / By S. Willard. ; [Two lines from II Samuel]
Willard, Samuel, 1640-1707. / [MDCCXXVI. 1726] A compleat body of divinity in two hundred and fifty expository lectures on the Assembly's Shorter catechism wherein the doctrines of the Christian religion are unfolded, their truth confirm'd, their excellence display'd, their usefulness improv'd; contrary errors & vices refuted & expos'd, objections answer'd, controversies settled, cases of conscience resolv'd; and a great light thereby reflected on the present age. / By the Reverend & learned Samuel Willard, M.A. late Pastor of the South Church in Boston, and vice-president of Harvard College in Cambridge, in New-England. ; Prefac'd by the pastors of the same church. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]
William III, King of England, 1650-1702. / [1689] His Highness the Prince of Orange, his letter to the Lords Spiritual and Temporal assembled at Westminster, in this present convention.
William III, King of England, 1650-1702. / [1689] The first declaration of His Highness William Henry, by the grace of God Prince of Orang. &c. Of the reasons inducing him to appear in arms in the Kingdom of England, for preserving of the Protestant religion and for restoring the lawes & liberties of England, Scotland, & Ireland.
William III, King of England, 1650-1702. / [1689] His Highness the Prince of Orange His letter to the Lords Spiritual and Temporal assembled at Westminster in this present convention. January 22. 1688.
Williams, Elisha, 1694-1755. / [1728] Death the advantage of the godly. A sermon delivered at Guilford, on the 9th. of June, Anno Dom. 1728. Being the Lord's Day, next after the funeral of the Reverend Mr. Thomas Ruggles, Pastor of the Church of Christ there, who departed this life on the first instant in the fifty-eighth year of his age. / By Elisha Williams, A.M. and Rector of Yale College. ; Printed at the desire & charge of that society.
Williams, Elisha, 1694-1755. / [1728] Divine grace illustrious, in the salvation of sinners. A sermon delivered in the audience of the General Assembly of the colony of Connecticut, at New Haven Octob 22. 1727. In the time of the sessions there. / By Elisha Williams, A.M. and Rector of Yale College. ; Published by order of the General Assembly.
Williams, Elisha, 1694-1755. / [1744] The essential rights and liberties of Protestants. A seasonable plea for the liberty of conscience, and the right of private judgment, in matters of religion, without any controul from human authority. Being a letter, from a gentleman in the Massachusetts-Bay to his friend in Connecticut. Wherein some thoughts on the origin, end, and extent of the civil power, with brief considerations on several late laws in Connecticut, are humbly offered. / By a lover of truth and liberty. ; [Five lines of quotations]
Williams, Helen Maria, 1762-1827. / [MDCCXCI-MDCCXCII. 1791-1792] Letters on the French Revolution, written in France, in the summer of 1790, to a friend in England; containing, various anecdotes relative to that interesting event, and memoirs of Mons. and Madame Du F--. / By Helen Maria Williams.
Williams, Helen Maria, 1762-1827. / [M.DCC,XCII. 1792] Letters from France: containing many new anecdotes relative to the French Revolution, and the present state of French manners. / By Helen Maria Williams. ; Vol. II.
Williams, Helen Maria, 1762-1827. / [M,DCC,XCVI. 1796] Letters containing a sketch of the politics of France. From the thirty-first of May 1793, till the twenty-eighth of July 1794, and of the scenes which have passed in the prisons of Paris. / By Helen Maria Williams.
Williams, John, 1636?-1709. / [MDCCXII. 1712] A brief discourse concerning the lawfulness of worshipping God by the Common-Prayer. Being in answer to a book, entituled, A brief discourse concerning the unlawfulness of the Common-Prayer worship. Lately printed in New-England. : [One line from I Corinthians]
Williams, John, 1664-1729. / [1699] Warnings to the unclean: in a discourse from Rev. XXI. 8. Preacht at Springfield lecture, August 25th. 1698. At the execution of Sarah Smith. / By Mr. John Williams, Pastor of the church at Deerfield.
Williams, John, 1664-1729. / [1707] God in the camp: or, The only way for a people to engage the presence of God with their armies. Delivered in a sermon preach'd before His Excellency and General Assembly, at a lecture in Boston, March 6th. 1706,7. / By John Williams, Pastor of the church in Deerfield. ; [Four lines of quotations]
Williams, John, 1664-1729. / [1707] The redeemed captive, returning to Zion. A faithful history of remarkable occurrences, in the captivity and the deliverance of Mr. John Williams; Minister of the Gospel, in Deerfield, who, in the desolation which befel that plantation, by an incursion of the French & Indians, was by them carried away, with his family, and his neighbourhood, unto Canada. : Whereto there is annexed a sermon preached by him, upon his return, at the lecture in Boston, Decemb. 5. 1706. On those words, Luk. 8. 39. Return to thine own house, and shew how great things God hath done unto thee.
Williams, John, 1664-1729. / [1722] An answer to a late pamphlet, intitled, A letter to a friend in the country, attempting a solution of the scruples and objections of a consciencious or religious nature, commonly made against the new way of receiving the small pox. By a minister of Boston. Together with a short history of the late divisions among us in affairs of state, and some account of the first cause of them. / By John Williams. ; [Four lines from Hosea]
Williams, John, 1664-1729. / [MDCCXXIX. 1729] A serious word to the posterity of holy men; calling upon them to exalt their fathers God. Being the abstract of a number of sermons preached, by John Williams, M.A. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Deerfield.
Williams, John, 1664-1729. / [MDCCC. 1800] The redeemed captive returning to Zion. Or A faithful history of ramarkable occurrences in the captivity and deliverance of Mr. John Williams, Minister of the Gospel in Deerfield. Who, in the desolation which befel that plantation, by an incursion of the French and Indians, was by them carried away, with his family and his neighbourhood, into Canada. Drawn up by himself. ; Annexed to which is a sermon preached by him on his return. ; An appendix, by the Rev. Mr. Williams, of Springfield. ; An appendix, by the Rev. Mr. Taylor, of Deerfield. ; Some observations, by the Rev. Mr. Prince, of Boston. ; Subjoined to this is, a sermon, delivered in the First Parish in Springfield, on the 16th of October, 1775. Just one hundred years from the burning of the town by the Indians. By Robert Breck, A.M. Pastor of the church there.
Williams, John, 1664-1729. / [1721] Several arguments, proving, that inoculating the small pox is not contained in the law of physick, either natural or Divine, and therefore unlawful. Together with a reply to two short pieces, one by the Rev. Dr. Increase Mather, and another by an anonymous author, intituled, Sentiments on the small pox inoculated. : And also, a short answer to a late letter in the New-England courant. / By John Williams.
Williams, Nathan, 1735-1829. / [MDCCXCIII. 1793] Carefully to observe the signatures of Divine Providence, a mark of wisdom. Illustrated in a sermon, delivered in Stafford, on the anniversary of American independence, July 4th, A.D. 1793. / By Nathan Williams, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Tolland. ; And now published at the desire of the hearers.
Williams, Nathaniel, 1675-1738. / [MDCCLII. 1752] The method of practice in the small-pox, with observations on the way of inoculation. Taken from a manuscript of the late Dr. Nathanael Williams, of Boston in N.E. ; Published for the common advantage, more especially of the country towns, who may be visited wtih that distemper.
Williams, Roger, 1604?-1683. / [1676] George Fox digg'd out of his burrovves, or An offer of disputation on fourteen proposalls made this last summer 1672 (so call'd) unto G. Fox then present on Rode-Island in New-England, by R.W. ; As also how (G. Fox slily departing) the disputation went on being managed three dayes at Newport on Rode-Island, and one day at Providence, between John Stubs, John Burnet, and William Edmundson on the one part, and R.W. on the other. In which many quotations out of G. Fox & Ed. Burrowes book in folio are alleadged. ; With an apendix of some scores of G.F. his simple lame answers to his opposites in that book, quoted and replyed to by R.W. of Providence in N.E.
Williams, Roger, 1604?-1683. / [1678] An answer to a letter sent from Mr. Coddington of Rode-Island, to Governour Leveret of Boston in what concerns R.W. of Providence.
Williams, Simon Finley, 1764-1800. / [MDCCXCVI. 1796] An oration, delivered on the fourth of July 1796. Being the anniversary of the American independence. At Meredith Bridge. / By the Rev. Simon Finley Williams, A.B. ; [Three lines in Latin from Virgil] ; Published by the desire of a number of the gentlemen present.
Williams, Simon Finley, 1764-1800. / [1791] Two sermons, delivered at the First Parish in Methuen, August 21, 1791, by the Reverend Simon Finley Williams, B.A. ; Occasioned by his dismission from that people. ; Published by desire of many of the hearers. ; [One line from Amos]
Williams, Solomon, 1700-1776. / [1751?] The sad tendency of divisions and contentions in churches, to bring on their ruin and desolation. As it was shewed in a sermon, delivered at the West-Farms, in Norwich, on a day of fasting, Feb. 28. 1750. : Published at the desire of some who heard it, and of others. / By Solomon Williams, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Lebanon.
Williams, Solomon, 1700-1776. / [1751] The true state of the question concerning the qualifications necessary to lawful communion in the Christian sacraments. Being an answer to the Reverend Mr. Jonathan Edwards his book intitled, An humble inquiry into the rules of the word of God, concerning the qualifications requisite to a compleat standing and full communion in the visible Christian church. / By Solomon Williams, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Lebanon. ; [Three lines in Latin from Langius]
Williams, Solomon, 1700-1776. / [1773] The duty of Christians, both ministers and people, especially the aged; and the importance of their pressing after perfection, or improvement in grace, and holiness: an half-century sermon, preached in the First Society in Lebanon, December 16, 1772. / By Solomon Williams, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Lebanon. ; Published at the desire and expence of the society.
Williams, Solomon, 1752-1834. / [M,DCC,LXXVIII. 1778] Jesus Christ the physician of sin sick souls, opened and applied, in a sermon delivered to the First Society in Lebanon, with a farewell address to the people upon leaving them. December 7th, 1777. / By Solomon Williams of Hartford, A.M. ; Printed at the particular desire of a number of the hearers.
Williams, William, 1665-1741. / [1707] The danger of not reforming known evils or, The inexcusableness of a knowing people refusing to be reformed. As it was set forth on a day of publick fasting, April 16. 1707. At Hatfield. / By William Williams, Pastor of the church there. ; [Four lines from Isaiah]
Williams, William, 1665-1741. / [1717] The great salvation revealed and offered in the Gospel explained, and an hearty acceptance of it urged. In several sermons on Hebrews II. 3. / By William Williams, A.M. and Pastor of the church in Hatfield. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]
Williams, William, 1688-1760. / [1737] Martial wisdom recommended. A sermon preach'd at the desire of the Honourable Artillery Company in Boston, June 6. 1737. Being the day of their election of officers. / By William Williams, M.A. Pastor of the church in Weston. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts]
Williams, William, 1688-1760. / [1738] The serious consideration, that God will visit and judge men for sin, would be a happy means to keep them from it. A sermon preach'd at Cambridge, September 15th. 1738. On occasion of the execution of Philip Kennison, for the crime of burglary. / By William Williams, M.A. Pastor of the church in Weston. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts] ; With the confession of his faith.
Williamson, Hugh, 1735-1819. / [anno MDCCLXIV. 1764] The plain dealer: or, A few remarks upon Quaker-politicks, and their attempts to change the government of Pennsylvania. With some observations on the false and abusive papers which they have lately publish'd. : Numb. I. : To be continued.
Williamson, Hugh, 1735-1819. / [M,DCC,LXXXVII. 1787] Letters from Sylvius to the freemen inhabitants of the United States. Containing some remarks on the scarcity of money; paper currency; national dress; foreign luxuries; the foederal debt; and public taxes.
Williamson, J. B. (John Brown), d. 1802. / [M.DCCC. 1800] Preservation; or, The hovel of the rocks: a play, in five acts: interspersed with part of Lillo's drama, in three acts, called "Fatal curiosity." / By J.B. Williamson, director of the theatre in Charleston. ; Performed in London, and at Boston (Massachusetts) with the most flattering success. ; (Copy-right secured according to law.)
Williamson, Peter, 1730-1799. / [1796] Sufferings of Peter Williamson, one of the settlers in the back parts of Pennsylvania. Written by himself.
Willich, A. F. M. (Anthony Florian Madinger). / [1800] Lectures on diet and regimen: being a systematic inquiry into the most rational means of preserving health and prolonging life: together with physiological and chemical explanations, calculated chiefly for the use of families, in order to banish the prevailing abuses and prejudices in medicine. / By A.F.M. Willich, M.D. ; [Four lines in Latin from Serenus Sammonicus] ; Vol. I[-II].
Willis, Lydia, 1709-1767. / [MDCCLXXXVIII. 1788] Madam Willis's letters, and her character. With some strictures op [sic] Madam Ann Stockbridge's: and the character of Madam Sarah Page. : [Eight lines of verse; twenty-three lines of text]
Willis, Lydia, 1709-1767. / [1767?] Rachel's sepulchre; or, A memorial of Mrs. Lydia Willis, taken, chiefly, from her letters to friends, on various occasions.
Willison, John, 1680-1750. / [1731] Looking unto Jesus. Being an earnest exhortation and most excellent perswasive to fly to the Lord Jesus Christ by faith, in order to obtain eternal life through him. / By Mr. John Willison, Minister of the Gospel at Dundee in Scotland. ; [Two lines from Isaiah]
Willock, John, mariner. / [1798] The voyages and adventures of John Willock, mariner. Interspersed with remarks on different countries in Europe, Africa, and America; with the customs and manners of the inhabitants; and a number of original anecdotes.
Willsford, John. / [1691] A brief exhortation to all who profess the truth, to come clear out of Babylon, and not to joyn with any hurtful or unseemly practice, nor make marriages with unbelievers, but be a seperate [sic] people from every unclean thing, that God may receive you.
Wilson, James, 1742-1798. / [M.DCC.LXXIV. 1774] Considerations on the nature and the extent of the legislative authority of the British Parliament.
Wilson, James, 1742-1798. / [1785] Considerations on the Bank of North-America.
Wilson, James, 1751-1799. / [M,DCC,LXXXVIII. 1788] Peace: a sermon. Preached on occasion of leaving his pastoral charge of the First Presbyterian Church in New-York. / By James Wilson, A.M.
Wilson, James, 1760-1839. / [1800] Substance of a discourse; on Divine Providence, in special reference to the memory, character and death of the late Gen. George Washington, delivered extempore, February 9th, 1800, before the military officers of Providence. / By James Wilson, pastor of 2d Congregational Church in said town. ; Published by request.
Wilson, John, 1588-1667. / [1658?] A copy of verses made by that Reverend man of God Mr. John Wilson, Pastor to the First Church in Boston; on the sudden death of Mr. Joseph Brisco, who was translated from earth to heaven Jan. 1. 1657 [i.e., 1658, N.S.].
Wilson, John, 1588-1667. / [1677] A seasonable vvatch-vvord unto Christians against dreams & dreamers of this generation: delivered in a sermon November 16th. 1665: and being the last lecture, which was preached by that reverend, faithful and eminent man of God Mr. John Wilson. Sometime Pastor of the Church of Christ in Boston in New-England. : [Three lines from Acts]
Wilson, John, 1588-1667. / [in the year, 1680] A song of deliverance for the lasting remembrance of Gods wonderful works never to be forgotten. Containing in it the wonderful defeat of the Spanish-Armado, anno, 1588. the woful plague, anno, 1603. soon upon the entrance of King James of famous memory, unto the Crown of England. : With the discovery of the Povvder Plot, anno, 1605. and the downfall of Black Fryers, when an hellish crew of papists met to hear Drury a popish priest, anno 1623. Also the grievous plague anno, 1625. with poems both Latin and English, and the verses of that learned Theodore Beza. / By that Reverend, and eminent man of God, Mr. John Wilson, formerly Christs faithful shepherd in Sudbury, in Suffolk in Great Brittain, where these heavenly poems and spiritual songs were compiled, and at London printed anno 1626. since Pastor to the First Church of Christ in Boston in New-England. ; For the sake of several who have much desired to see and read this work, it is reprinted. ; [Three lines from Psalms]
Wilson, Rachel, 1720-1775. / [1769] A discourse, delivered on Saturday, the 10th day of August, 1769, at the Friends Meeting-House, in Beekman's precinct, Dutches [sic] County, in the province of New-York. / By the celebrated Rachel Wilson, (one of the people called Quakers.) To a numberous audience of different persuasions. ; Taken in short hand, from the mouth of the speaker, by one of the audience.
Wily, John. / [MDCCLXV. 1765] A treatise on the propagation of sheep, the manufacture of wool, and the cultivation and manufacture of flax, with directions for making several utensils for the business. / By John Wily.
Winchester, Elhanan, 1751-1797. / [in the year 1781] The seed of the woman bruising the serpent's head. A discourse delivered at the Baptist Meeting House, in Philadelphia, Sunday April 22, 1781. / By Elhanan Winchester. ; Published by request.
Winchester, Elhanan, 1751-1797. / [in the year 1782] The outcasts comforted. A sermon delivered at the University in Philadelphia, January 4, 1782, to the members of the Baptist Church, who have been rejected by their brethren, for holding the doctrine of the final restoration of all things. / By Elhanan Winchester. ; Published at the earnest desire of the hearers. ; [Five lines from Acts]
Winchester, Elhanan, 1751-1797. / [1783] The Gospel of Christ no cause of shame: demonstrated in two discourses on the subject. / By Elhanan Winchester. ; [Two lines of Scripture text]
Winchester, Elhanan, 1751-1797. / [M.DCC.XCII. 1792] An elegy on the death of the Rev. Mr. John Wesley, who departed this life March 2, 1791, in the eighty-eighth year of his age. : [One line of quotation] / By Elhanan Winchester.
Winchester, Elhanan, 1751-1797. / [MDCCXCII. 1792] Two lectures on the prophecies that remain to be fulfilled. Delivered in the borough of Southwark, as also at the chapel in Glass-House Yard, London, in the year MDCCLXXXIX. / By Elhanan Winchester. ; [Two lines of Scripture text]
Winchester, Elhanan, 1751-1797. / [M,DCC,XCII. 1792] The universal restoration, exhibited in four dialogues between a minister and his friend; comprehending the substance of several real conversations which the author had with various persons, both in America and Europe, on that interesting subject, chiefly designed fully to state, and fairly to answer the most common objections that are brought against it from the Scriptures. / By Elhanan Winchester. ; To this edition is prefixed, a brief account of the means and manner of the author's embracing these sentiments, intermixed with some sketches of his life during four years.
Winchilsea, Heneage Finch, Earl of, d. 1689. / [1669] A true and exact relation of the late prodigious earthquake & eruption of Mount Aetna, or, Monte-Gibello; as it came in a letter written to His Majesty from Naples by the Right Honourable the Earl of VVinchilsea, His Majesties late ambassador at Constantinople, who in his return from thence, visiting Catania in the island of Sicily, was an ey-witness of that dreadful spectacle. ; Together with a more particular narrative of the same, as it is collected out of several relations sent from Catania. ; Published by authority.
Winthrop, John, 1588-1649. / [1645] A declaration of former passages and proceedings betwixt the English and the Narrowgansets, with their confederates, wherein the grounds and iustice [sic] of the ensuing ware are opened and cleared. : Published, by order of the Commissioners for the United Colonies. At Boston the 11 of the sixth month 1645.
Winthrop, John, 1588-1649. / [M,DCC,XC. 1790] A journal of the transactions and occurrences in the settlement of Massachusetts and the other New-England colonies, from the year 1630 to 1644: written by John Winthrop, Esq; first governor of Massachusetts: and now first published from a correct copy of the original manuscript. ; [Two lines of Latin text]
Winthrop, John, 1714-1779. / [1755] A lecture on earthquakes; read in the chapel of Harvard-College in Cambridge, N.E. November 26th 1755. On occasion of the great earthquake which shook New-England the week before. / By John Winthrop, Esq; Hollisian Professor of the Mathematics and Philosophy at Cambridge. ; Published by the general desire of that society. ; [Five lines from Derham]
Winthrop, John, 1714-1779. / [1756] A letter to the publishers of the Boston gazette, &c. Containing an answer to the Rev. Mr. Prince's letter, inserted in said gazette, on the 26th of January 1756.
Winthrop, John, 1714-1779. / [M,DCC,LXi. 1761] Relation of a voyage from Boston to Newfoundland, for the observation of the transit of Venus, June 6, 1761. By John Winthrop, Esq; Hollisian Professor of Mathematics and Philosophy at Cambridge, N.E. ; [Two lines in Latin from Cicero]
Winthrop, John, 1714-1779. / [M,DCC,LXIX. 1769] Two lectures on the parallax and distance of the sun, as deducible from the transit of Venus. Read in Holden-Chapel at Harvard-College in Cambridge, New-England, in March 1769. / By John Winthrop, Esq. Hollisian Professor of the Mathematics and Philosophy at Cambridge, and F.R.S. ; [Three lines in Latin] ; Published by the general desire of the students.
Wirt, William, 1772-1834. / [MDCCC. 1800] An oration delivered in Richmond on the Fourth of July, 1800; the anniversary of American independence. By William Wirt.
Wise, Jeremiah, 1679-1756. / [1717] A sermon shewing the suitableness, and the benefit of prayer in affliction. By Jeremiah Wise, A.M. Pastor of the church in Berwick. ; [Six lines of Scripture text]
Wise, John, 1652-1725. / [1713] The churches quarrel espoused, or, A reply in satyre, to certain proposals made, in answer to this question, What further steps are to be taken, that the councils may have due constitution and efficacy in supporting, preserving and well ordering the interest of the churches in the country? [Five lines of quotations]
Wise, John, 1652-1725. / [1717] A vindication of the government of New-England churches. Drawn from antiquity; the light of nature; Holy Scripture; its noble nature; and from the dignity Divine Providence has put upon it. / By John Wise A.M. Pastor to a church in Ipswich. ; [Seven lines of Scripture texts]
Wise, John, 1652-1725. / [1721] A friendly check, from a kind relation, to the chief cannoneer, founded on a late information, dated N.E. Castle-William, Feb. 1720,21.
Wise, John, 1652-1725. / [Printed in the year, 1721] A word of comfort to a melancholy country. Or The bank of credit erected in the Massachusetts-Bay, fairly defended by a discovery of the great benefit, accruing by it to the whole province; with a remedy for recovering a civil state when sinking under desperation by defeat on their bank of credit. / By Amicus Patriae. ; [Six lines of quotations]
Wise, John, 1652-1725. / [MDCCLXXII. 1772] A vindication of the government of New-England churches. Drawn from antiquity; the light of nature; Holy Scripture; it's noble nature; and from the dignity Divine Providence has put upon it. / By John Wise, A.M. Pastor to a church in Ipswich. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]
Wise, John, 1652-1725. / [1721?] The freeholder's address to the Honourable House of Representatives.
Wiswell, Ichabod, 1637-1700. / [1693] Upon the death of that reverend and aged man of God, Mr. Samuel Arnold, Pastor of the church at Marshfield, who deceased in the 71st year of his age, and of his ministry the 36th, September 1. 1693.
Witherspoon, John, 1723-1794. / [M.DCC.LXXVI. 1776] The dominion of Providence over the passions of men. A sermon preached at Princeton, on the 17th of May, 1776. Being the general fast appointed by the Congress through the United Colonies. : To which is added, an address to the natives of Scotland residing in America. / By John Witherspoon, D.D. President of the College of New-Jersey.
Witherspoon, John, 1723-1794. / [M.DCC.LXXX.VI. 1786] Essay on money, as a medium of commerce; with remarks, on the advantages and disadvantages of paper admitted into general circulation. / By a citizen of the United States.