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-State activities and politics. E172 A49.
6544 (In American historical association. Papers. v. 5. nos. 1-2. 1891. p. 111-127)
State activities in relation to labor in the United States, by William Franklin Willoughby .. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins press, 1901. H31 J6.
6545 24 12 cm. (Johns Hopkins university studies in historical and political science. ser. xix. no. 4-5)
Territories and dependencies of the United States, their government and administration, by William Franklin Willoughby
.. New York, The Century co., 1905. JV562 W7.
6546 xi, 334 p. 20 cm. Wilmer, William H. The Episcopal manual: a summary explanation of the
doctrine, discipline, and worship of the Protestant Episcopal church in the United States of America. With an appendix. By the late Rev. William H. Wilmer, D. D. ... New and improved edition, revised and adapted to the present state of the church, with considerable additions and emendations. Philadelphia, R. S. H. George, 1841.
Peebles Wilson .. Lawrence, Kan., H. P. Wilson, 1913. ci B878
1875, with a review of President Lincoln's proclamation, and the XIII
Hampton, Va., Normal school steam press print, 1882. E453' W76.
6550 23cm. Wilson, Ralph Elmer.
New positions of the stars in the Huyghenian
Wilson, Samuel Mackay. Catalogue of revolutionary soldiers and sailors of
the commonwealth of Virginia to whom land bounty warrants were granted by Virginia for military services in the war for independence. Comp. by Samuel M. Wilson, from official records in the Kentucky state land office at Frankfort, Kentucky. E202 4 K37.
(In Sons of the revolution. Kentucky society. Year book .. 18941913. Lexington, Ky., 1913. p. (189)-272. front. (port.) 2 pl.)
Includes nearly 5,000 names, alphabetically arranged.
in the work of the ministry, of at eminent and faithful servant of
xlviii, 98 p. 16cm.
An epistle to Friends in Virginia and Carolina, from King's Creek in
Wilson, William H. William Lyne Wilson.
6554 (In Southern history association publications.
1901. p. 263-290) Wilson, William Lyne, 1843-1900. The national democratic party: its his
tory, principles, achievements, and aims. H. L. Harvey & co., Baltimore, Md., [c1888] JK2316 W74.
6555 xiii, 639 p. 23cm. -Reconstruction in West Virginia. By 0. S. Long and W. L. Wilson. E668 H53.
6556 (In Herbert, H. A. Why the solid south? 1890. p. 258-284)
Wilson, Woodrow. Address of the President of the United States, delivered
at a joint session of the two houses of Congress at the beginning of the first session of the Sixty-third Congress. April 8, 1913. Washington, Govt. print. ofl., 1913. JK585 A5 1913.
6557 5 p. 24cm. -Annual address [before Virginia state bar association) by Hon, Woodrow Wilson, professor of jurisprudence at Princeton university. Leaderless government.
6558 (In Virginia state bar association. 9th report, 1897. p. 272-292) -Civic problems; address delivered March 9, 1909, at the annual meeting of the Civic league of St. Louis, by Woodrow Wilson. [St. Louis] The Civic league of St. Louis, 1909. JS345 1909 W5.
6559 cover-title, 15 p. 23cm. -Congressional government; a study in American politics, by Woodrow Wilson
2d ed. Boston, New York, Houghton, Mifflin and company, 1885. JK246 W75.
6560 vi p., 1 l., 333 p. 18 42 cm.
Constitutional government in the United States, by Woodrow Wilson ... New York, The Columbia university press, 1911. JK246 W82.
6561 vii, 236 p. 20 42 cm.
(Half-title: Columbia university lectures. George Blumenthal foundation, 1907) The course of American history. Delivered before the New Jersey historical society.
6562 (Modern eloquence.
with six maps. New York (etc.) Longmans, Green, and co., 1910. E178 W757.
6563 XX, 389 p. 6 fold. maps. (incl. front.) 17cm. (Half-title: Epochs of American history, ed. by A. B. Hart (v. 3]) "New edition
prepared... by ... Edward S. Corwin."- Pref. to new ed.
-The free life by Woodrow Wilson. A baccalaureate address. New York, Thomas Y. Crowell & co., [c1908]
-George Washington. By Woodrow Wilson, Ph. D., Litt. D., LL. D., president of the United States. New York & London, Harper & bros. [c1896) Ci W318 W27.
6565 viii, 333 p. front., ports., plates, maps. 21 12 cm.
-A history of the American people, by Woodrow Wilson New York and London, Harper & brothers, 1902. E178 W76.
6566 5 v. fronts., illus., ports., maps, plans, facsims. 22 14 cm.
-The lawyer and the community. Annual address before the American bar association by Woodrow Wilson of Princeton, N. J. Delivered at Chattanooga, Tennessee, Aug. 31, 1910. [n. p. n. d.]
6567 22 22 cm. Mere literature, and other essays, by Woodrow Wilson. Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and company, 1896. PS3339 W3 M4 1896.
6568 3 p. l., 247 p. 19 12 cm.
Contents.-Mere literature.—The author himself. On an author's choice of company-A literary politician [Walter Bagehot]--The interpreter of English liberty (Edmund Burke)-The truth of the matter.-A calendar of great Americans.—The course of American history.
Speech of Governor Wilson accepting the Democratic nomination for president of the United States. Together with the speech of noti. fication delivered by Hon. Ollie M. James at Seagirt, N. J., August 7, 1912 ... Washington Gov't. print. off, 1912. JK2317 1912. 6569
23cm. (U. S.
62d Cong., 2d sess. Senate doc. 903) - The state; elements of historical and practical politics, by Woodrow Wilson ... Rev. ed. Boston, D. C. Heath & co., 1904. JC11 W76.
6570 XXXV, 656 p. 21cm. Wingfield, Edward Maria. “A discourse of Virginia." By Edward Maria
Wingfield Now first printed from the original manuscript in the Lambeth library. Ed., with notes and an introduction, by Charles Deane ... E172 A54.
6571 (In American antiquarian society. Archaeologia americana. Boston, 1860. V. 4. p. 67-103) -A discourse of Virginia per: Ed: Ma: Wingfield. F229 S56. 6572
(In Smith, Capt. John. Works, Ed. by E. Arber. Birmingham, 1884. p. lxxiv-xci) -A discourse of Virginia per: Ed: Ma: Wingfield. F229 5665. 6573
(In Smith, John. Travels and works, ed. by Arber. New ed. by Bradley. 1910.
p. lxxiv-xci) -“A discourse of Virginia." By Edward Maria Wingfield, the first presi. dent of the colony. Now first printed from the original manuscript in the Lambeth library. Edited with notes and an introduction, by Charles Deane. Boston, Privately printed, 1859. F229 W771. 6574
23cm. Wingfield, Russell Stewart, William Cabell Rive, a biography. 6575 (In Richmond college historical papers. 1.
1. June, 1915. p. -72) Winsor, Justin. Maryland and Virginia. By Justin Winsor [with a critical essay on the sources of information]
6576 (In his Narrative and critical history of America. Boston and New York, 1884-89. v. 5 (1887) p. -284. illus., maps) -The portraits of Washington. E18 W76 Ref.
6577 (In his Narrative and critical history of America. v. 7) -The reader's handbook of the American revolution, 1761-1783. By Justin Winsor. Boston, Houghton, Osgood & co., 1880. 21238 W78.
6578 v, 328 p. 18cm.
-Virginia and the Quebec bill. E171 A57.
(In American historical review. v. 1, no. 3. April, 1896.
6579 D. 436-443)
-The westward movement; the colonies and the republic west of the Alleghanies, 1763-1798. With full cartographical illustrations from contemporary sources. Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1899. F352 678.
6580 viii, 595 p. illus. ports., plates, maps. 23cm. Winston, Annie Steger. Memoirs of a child, by Annie Steger Winston.
New York, London and Bombay, Longmans, Green, and co., 1903. LB1115 W7.
6581 4 p. 1., 169 p. 17 12 cm. Winston, James E. Virginia and the independence of Texas. Reprinted from The South-western historical quarterly, Jan., 1913.
6582 [277)-283 p. 23cm. Winston, Nannie B. The grace of orders. By N. B. Winston. New York [etc.], The Abbey press. [c 1901] B W784 G8.
6583 334 p. 2014 cm. -Waters that pass away. By N. B. Winston .. New York, G. W. Dillingham co., 1899. B W784 W8.
6584 2 p. 1., 7-322 p. 20cm.
? Winston, R. A. Soil survey of Campbell county, Virginia, by R. A. Winston.
6585 (In U. S. Bureau of soils. Report, 1909. p. 309-343. map) -Soil survey of Montgomery county, Virginia, by R. A. Winston and Ora Lee Jr.
6586 (In U. S. bureau of soils. Report, 1907. p. 193-225. map) Winston, Mrs. Rosalie Bankhead. Pilate's question: or, What is truth? By
Mrs. Rosalie Bankhead Winston, Fredericksburg, Va. .. Richmond, Va., Walford & son, 1885.
6587 1 p. 1., 8 p. 1 l., -134 p. 16 12 cm. Winterburn, Florence Hull. Southern hearts. By Florence Hull WinterNew York, F. M. Lupton pub. co., 1900.
6588 5 p. 1., 13-406 p. front. 19 cm. Winthrop, Robert C. "Christianity-neither sectarian nor sectional the
great remedy for social and political evils." An address delivered before the Young men's Christian association of Boston and Richmond. By Robert C. Winthrop. Boston, Little, Brown and co., 1859. 6589
64 p. 22cm. Oration pronounced by the Honorable Robert C. Winthrop, speaker of the House of representatives of the United States, on the Fourth of July, 1848, on the occasion of laying the corner-stone of the national monument to the memory of Washington. With an introduction and an appendix ... Washington, J. & G. S. Gideon, printers, 1848. W318 W280.
6590 22cm. Wirt, Mrs. E. W. Flora's dictionary. By Mrs. E. W. Wirt, of Virginia. Baltimore, Fielding Lucas, jr. [c1837] QK84 W8.
6591 133, 87 p. 26cm. Wirt, William, 1772-1834. Against Aaron Burr. Delivered in the U. S. Cir. cuit court at Richmond, Va., in 1807.
6592 (Modern eloquence. v. 15, p. 2135-2140)
-A discourse on the lives and characters of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, who both died on the 4th of July, 1826: delivered, at the request
of the citizens of Washington, in the Hall of Representatives of the U. S., on the 19th October, 1826. PS660 W7.
6593 (In Williston, E. B. Eloquence of the U. S.
p. 454-503) ini
-? -Letter to a law student.
6594 (In Southern literary messenger. V. 1. p. 33-36) -The letters of the British spy. By William Wirt ... 10th ed., rev. and cor. To which is prefixed a biographical sketch of the author. New York, Harper, 1875. F230 W796.
6595 [7)-260 p. front. (port.) 17 12 cm. First edition, Richmond, 1803.
The biographical sketch is by P. H. Cruse. -The old bachelor. Richmond, Va., T. Ritchie & F. Lucas, 1814. PS3344 W3 04.
6596 2 p. 1., 235 p. 12mo. -[Letter, Red Sulphur Springs, Aug. 25, 1833]
6597 (In Southern literary messenger. v. 9. p. 422-424) -Sketches of the life and character of Patrick Henry. By William Wirt of Richmond, Virginia . · Philadelphia, Jas. Webster, 1817. H523 W29.
6598 xv, 427, xii,  p. front. (port.) 22cm. -Speech in the trial of Aaron Burr for treason, in preparing the means of a military expedition against Mexico, in the circuit court of the U. S. for the district of Virginia, 1807. PS660 67.
6599 (In Williston, E. B. Eloquence of the U. S.
p. 394-417) Wise, Barton Haxall, 1865-1899. The life of Henry A. Wise of Virginia.
1806-1876. By his grandson, the late Barton H. Wise. New York & London, The Macmillan co., 1899. ci W812 W29.
6600 xiii, 434 p. front. (port.) 23 12 cm. -Memoir of General John Cropper of Accomack County, Virginia. Reprinted from Virginia historical collections, v. 11. 1892. ci C948 W29.
6601 43 p. 23 12 cm. Wise, George. History of the Seventeenth Virginia infantry, C. S. A. Balti. more, Kelly, Piet & company, 1870. E581 5 17th.
6602 1972 cm. Wise, Henry Alexander, 1806-76. Address delivered by Gov. Henry A. Wise,
in October 1856, before the Virginia mechanics institute of the city of Richmond. Richmond, Ritchie & Dunnavant, 1857. F218 24 V80 W81.
6603 15 p. 21cm.
-Address of Henry A. Wise, at West Point, Va., Dec. 29, 1874, to the
6605 (In Southern literary messenger.
p. 241-244) -The currency question. Letter of Gen. Henry A. Wise, to Hon. J. E. Holmes, of S. C. Nov. 11, 1863.
6606 22 142 cm. -Gov. Wise's inaugural address, at Lexington Va. military institute, July 1856.
6607 22cm. An address delivered on the occasion "of placing on its pedestal a copy