Tissues Early Works To 1800 : A treatise of all the muscules of the whole bodie. / By Alexander Read, Doctor of Physicke, a fellow of the Colledge of the Physicians of the famous city of London, and a brother of the Worshipfull Company of Barbour-Chirurgeons of the same citie.; Read, Alexander,
Tithes Church Of England Early Works To 1800 : To the most honourable, honourable [sic] and worthy members of both Houses of Parliament, more especially those who have interest in mines in any part this kingdom. : The humble representation and address of the the petitioners for the Bill for preventing multiplicity of vexatious suits, and for settling and ascertaining a certain antient and customary tyth in the county of Derby, according to the tenor, equity and establishment of divers decrees in chancery, grounded on solemn tryals at common-law.
Tithes Controversial Literature : These several papers was sent to the Parliament the twentieth day of the fifth moneth, 1659 : being above seven thousand of the names of the hand-maids and daughters of the Lord, and such as feels the oppression of tithes, in the names of many more of the said handmaids and daughters of the Lord, who witness against the oppression of tithes and other things as followeth.; Forster, Mary,
Tithes England 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : A letter written to a Christian friend, and one of the Parliament men. : Proposing the groundlesness of the plea for tyths, impropriat [sic] tyths, or tyth as a revenue due to the magistrat.
Tithes England History Maps : The tithe maps of England and Wales : a cartographic analysis and county-by-county catalogue / Roger J.P. Kain and Richard R. Oliver.; Kain, R. J. P.
Tithes England Kent Controversial Literature Early Works To 1800 : No age like unto this age: or, Times unparallel'd oppression, oppression, oppression· : Being the cries in Kent against the great oppression of tythes, unjust justices, and corrupt magistrates. Wherein the oppressed do declare the particulars of their sufferings since the beginning of the late Parliament, how their houses were broken open, and their bodies imprisoned, their cattel and goods violently taken from them, pretended for tythes that unjust gain of oppression, beside their great sufferings in the days of the late King and bishops. Presented to the consideration of the Right Honourable Captain General Cromwel, ...
Tithes England London 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : An account (as near as may be) of the several sums of money lately paid, or payable for the tythes of divers parishes within the city of London, and liberties thereof, where the churches were demolished by the late fire. : As also the several sums of money which on the first of December, 1670, were in the Guild-Hall of the said city, consented to, and agreed on by some aldermen and ministers of the said city, as by them thought reasonable to be propounded to the present Parliament, to be established by the authority of the same. Together with reasons why addition should be made to the rates of tythes as they were formerly.