Tate Zouch 1605 Or 6 1650 : A key to the Kings cabinet; or Animadversions upon the three printed speeches, of Mr Lisle, Mr Tate, and Mr Browne, spoken at a common-hall in London, 3. July, 1645. : Detecting the malice and falshood of their blasphemous observations made upon the King and Queenes letters.; Browne, Thomas,
Tatenhill England Maps : [Derbyshire - Staffordshire] [cartographic material] : sheet SK 22 SW.; Great Britain.
Tattershall Thorpe England Antiquities : A smith in Lindsey : the Anglo-Saxon grave at Tattershall Thorpe, Lincolnshire / David A. Hinton with contributions by H. M. Appleyard ... [et al.].; Hinton, David Alban.
Tatton Mabell Anna : A spirituall song of a mayds name called Mabell Anna Tatton : made by a tenant of the Lord of Canturburies, in the counter in Wood-Streete, very usefull and comfortable both for a believer in particular, and the Church of Christ in generall, James 5. 13. Colos. 3. 16.; Starbuck, William.
Taunton England History Early Works To 1800 : Die Sabbathi, 24 Maii, 1645. It is this day ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that a collection be made of all well-affected persons, : within the cities of London, Westminster, and parishes within the bills of mortality, and likewise within the county of Middlesex; the associated counties late of the Earl of Manchesters association, and the four associated counties late of Sir William Wallers association, to be imployed for the relief of the poor distressed inhabitants of the town of Taunton, and such of the adjacent places, to be disposed of, as to the Committee of the West shall be thought meet and convenient; England and Wales.