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WALSH (Sir John) On the present Balance of Parties in the State. (Ath. Coll. vol. 19.) 8° London, 1832.

WALTER (H.) Letter to H. F. Yeatman, on the Poor Laws. (Ath. Coll. vol. 45.) 8° London, 1833.

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WALTERs (J. E.) Delays in Chancery, traced to the confused state of the Laws of Equity. (Ath. Coll. vol. 10.) 8° London, 1826.

(Robert) Letter to the Lord Chancellor, on the Administration of the Laws of Real Property. (Ath. Coll. vol. 10.) 8° London (privately printed), 1829.

Letter to the Commissioners, on the Laws of Real Property, in favour of a General Register. (Ath. Coll. vol. 10.) 8° London, 1829.

WALTon (J.) A Windication of Sir Isaac Newton's Principles of Fluxions, in Answer to Bishop Berkeley. (Nasm; Coll. vol. 7.) 8° Dublin, 1735. see Berkeley.

(William) Reply to the “Exposé des droits de sa Majesté Donna Maria II.” written for the purpose of exhibiting her rights to the Throne of Portugal. (Ath. Coll. vol. 3.) 8° London, 1830.

First and Second Letters, to Earl Grey, on our Political and Commercial Relations with Portugal. (Ath. Coll. vol. 3.) 8° London, 1831.

First and Second Letters, to Wiscount Palmerston, on his Speech on the Relations of England with Portugal. (Ath. Coll. vols. 4 and 28.) 8° London, 1830-33. Spain; or, Who is the lawful Successor to the Throne? (Ath, Coll. vol. 55.) 8° London, 1834.

Reply to the Anglo-Cristino Pamphlet, entitled the “Policy of England towards Spain.” (Ath. Coll. vol. 65.) 8° London, 1837.

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The Principles and Practice of War, compared with the Precepts and Example of Christ. (Am. Coll. vol. 14.) 129 New York, 1818. WARBURTon (Bishop)—see Lowth.

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WEST (W.) Inquiry into the comparative value of Chains and Wire, as applied to Suspension Bridges. (Ath. Coll. vol. 57.) 8° Bristol, 1835. WESTERN (Lord) Letter to the Earl of Liverpool, on the cause of our present Distress. (Ath. Coll. vol. 14.) 8° London, 1826. Letter to the Members of the Chelmsford Agricultural Society. (Ath. Coll. vol. 81.) 8° London, 1834. Practical Remarks on the Improvement of Grass Land. (Ath. Coll. vol. 109.) 8° London, 1838. Letter to Earl Spencer, on a new and distinct Breed of Sheep. (Ath. Coll. vol. 109.) 12° Chelmsford, 1838. The Maintenance of the Corn Laws essential to the general prosperity of the Empire. (Ath. Coll. vols. 114 and 124.) 8° London, 1839.

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Proceedings at a Public Meeting of Persons interested in the Preservation of the West India Colonies. (Ath. Coll. vol. 8.) 8° London, 1832.

Remarks on Lord Goderich's Despatch to the Governors of the West India Colonies. (Ath. Coll. vol. 8.) 8° London, 1832.

A safe and Practical Course in the West India Question. (Ath. Coll. vol. 46.) 89 London, 1833. A Letter to the Colonial Secretary, on the precarious tenure of the Island of Jamaica, and our other West-Indian possessions. (Ath. Coll. vol. 119.) so London, 1839. Memorandum on the relative Importance of the West and East Indies to Great Britain [by James Colquhoun]. (Slavery Coll. vol. 6.) 8° London, 1823.

WestMacott (C. M.) Considerations on the proposed alteration of the Stamp Duty on Newspapers. (Ath. Coll. vol. 71.) 8° London, 1836.

(Captain G.) The Present and Future Prospects of our Indian Empire. (Ath. Coll. vol. 87.) 8° London, 1838.

(Richard) Letter to E. J. Stanley, on Government Encouragement of the Higher Classes of Art. (Ath. Coll. vol. 74.) 8° London, 1835.

WESTMINSTER ELECTION. Letter to the Independent Electors of Westminster in the Interest of Lord Hood and Sir Cecil Wray. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 112.) so London, 1784.

Account of the Proceedings in Westminster Hall at a General Meeting of the

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WESTMINSTER HALL Courts. Facts for the Consideration of Parliament, before the final adoption of a Plan for perpetuating the Courts of Law on a Site injurious and costly to the Suitor. (Ath. Coll. vol. 133.) 8° London, 1840.

WESTMINSTER School. Letter to the Edinburgh Review, on the Westminster School. (Ath. Coll. vol. 20.) 8° London, 1831.

WETHERELL (Sir Charles) The Present State of the Poor-Law Question; in Letters to the Marquess of Salisbury. (Ath. Coll. vol. 35.) 8° London, 1833.

Speech before the Privy Council, on Incorporating the London University. (Ath. Coll. vol. 45.) 8° London, 1834.

WEYLAND (John) Thoughts submitted to the Employers of Labour, in the County of Norfolk, with a few Words to the Employed. (Ath. Coll. vol. 35.) 8° Norwich, 1830. WHAT is to Be Done? or, Past, Present, and Future. (Ath. Coll, vol. 175.) 8° London, 1844. WHATELEY (Archbishop Richard) Reply to the Government Plan for National Education. (Ath. Coll. vol. 5.) 8° London, 1832. A Speech in the House of Lords, on the Removal of certain Disabilities from subjects of the Jewish Persuasion; with a Petition on Church Reform. (Ath. Coll. vol. 49.) 8° London, 1833. On Some Causes of Hostility to the Christian Religion, likely to operate at the present period; a Charge, delivered at the Triennial Visitation of Dublin. (Charges, vol. 1.) 8° Dublin, 1838. see Barter. WHEATston E (Professor Charles) Contributions to the Physiology of Vision, Part I. (Misc. Coll. vol. 5.) 4° London, 1838. Notices of the Electro-Magnetic Telegraph. (Ath. Coll. vol. 184.) 8° London, 1844. WHEwBLL (Professor William) Essay on Mineralogical Classification and Nomenclature. (Ath. Coll. vol. 21.) 8° Cambridge, 1828. —— Mathematical Exposition of some Doctrines of Political Economy. (Misc. Coll. vol. 3.) 4° Cambridge, 1829. Remarks on the Rev. Connop Thirlwall's Letter on the Admission of Dissenters to Academical Degrees. (Ath. Coll. vol. 43.) 8° Cambridge, 1834. On the Study of Mathematics as a part of a Liberal Education. (Ath. Coll. vol. 56.) 8° Cambridge, 1835. —— Report on the Progress of the Mathematical Theories of Electricity, Magnetism, and Heat. (Ath. Coll. vol. 73.) 8° London, 1836. “Newton and Flamsteed;" Remarks on an Article in No. cIx. of the Quarterly Review. (Ath. Coll. vol. 73.) 8° Cambridge, 1836. Observations on the Tides: made at the Coast-Guard Stations, in June, 1834. (Misc. Coll. vol. 4.) 4° London, 1835. Researches on the Tides, sixth Series; Tide Observations on the Coasts of Europe and America. (Misc. Coll. vol. 4.) 4° London, 1836. Answer to the Critique in the Edinburgh Review, on his History of the Inductive Sciences. (Ath. Coll. vol. 101.) 8° London, 1837. Discussion of the Question: Are Cause and Effect successive or simultaneous? (Misc. Coll. vol. 7.) 4° Cambridge, 1842. see Hare. WHIG. A Letter from a Country Whig, wherein appears who are the Truest Friends to their King and Country. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 15.) 8° London, 1715. The Character of an Independent Whig. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 15.) 89 London, 1716. An Unconnected Whig's Address upon the present Civil War, the State of Public Affairs, and the Real Cause of all the National Calamities. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 87.) 8° London, 1777. WHIGs. The Publick Spirit of the Whigs set forth, in their Generous Encouragement of the Author of the Crisis. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 14.) 4° London, 1714. Three Letters to the Whigs, occasioned by the Letter to the Tories. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 44.) 8° London, 1748. Whig Government; or, Two Years' Retrospect. (Ath, Coll, vol. 30.) 8° London, 1832.

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