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WENTWORTH, John. A complete System of Pleading. London, 1797-9. royal 8vo. 10 vols. Peter. A pithie Exhortation to her Maiestie for establishing her Successor to the Crowne: whereunto is added a Discourse, containing the Author's Opinion of the true and lawful Successor to her Maiestie. Imprinted 1598. 16mo. Bindley, pt. iv. 486, 9s. Reed, 6382, 10s. 6d. Inglis, 1526, 13s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1064, 17. Gordonstoun, 2396, 1. 8s. Lloyd, 1214, 21.
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A work of great repute and authority, originally published in 1641, and by several ascribed to Judge Dodderidge.
W. C. A statistical Account of the British Settlement in Australasia, including the Colonies of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land. By W. C. Wentworth. Third Edition, with an Appendix. London. 1824. 2 vols.
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WERMYLIERUS, Otho. A spirituall and moost precyouse Pearle teachyng all Men to loue and embrace the Crosse. Sett forth by the Duke hys Grace of Somerset, as appeareth by hys Epistle set before the same. London, for Gwalter Lynne, 1550. 16mo.
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WERNER, A. G. A Treatise on the external Characters of Fossils, translated from the German of Abraham Gottlobb Werner, by Thomas Weaver. Dublin, 1805. 8vo. 8s. Pp. 332. The works of this celebrated mineralogist are much esteemed.
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A Summary of the Life of St. Werburgh; with an historical Account of the Images upon her Shrine, now the Episcopal Throne in the Choir of Chester, collected from ancient Chronicles and Old Writers, by a Citi-gest of the Theory, Laws and Praczen of Chester, (— Cowper, M. D.) Chester, 1749. 4to.
WESKET, John. A complete Di
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WESLEY, Charles, M. A. Some Account of the Life of the Rev. Charles Wesley, A. M. collected from his private Journals, by John Whitehead. London, 1793. 8vo. 3s. 6d.
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