Troyes France History Early Works To 1800 : The legend of the Iesuites. Or a summarie collection of the reasons, for which the citizens of Troyes in France, being Roman Catholiks, refuse to receiue the Societie of the Iesuites. Extracted out of the decrees of the Sorbone, out of the remonstrances made vnto the King by his Parliament of Paris, out of edicts and arrests, out of the histories of diuers kingdomes, and many other good authors. Newly published in French. And now faithfully done into Euglish [sic].
Troyna Barry : Researching race and social justice in education : essays in honour of Barry Troyna / edited by Pat Sikes and Fazal Rizvi.
True And Perfect Narrative Of The Several Proceedings In The Case Concernin : The Lord Craven's case, as to the confiscation and sale of his estate by judgment of Parlament. : Related, and argued, and objections answered, on the behalf of the Common-wealth. Together with a short examination, of a certain pamphlet, intituled, a true and perfect narrative of the several proceedings in the case concerning the Lord Craven &c. Published for the information of such as desire to know the truth of things, and are, more then in pretence, friends to the Common.wealth and justice.
True Friend To The Publique Interest And To All Peaceable Men Copy Of A Let : An apology for the ministers of the county of Wilts, in their actings at the election of Members for the approaching Parliament. : In answer to a letter sent out of the said county, pretending to lay open the dangerous designes of the clergy, in reference to the approaching Parliament. Wherein is shewed, the notorious falshood of the said letter: how injurious it is to the gentlemen elected: and the dangerous designe of it against the ministry. By some of the defamed ministers of the Gospel in the same county. Humphrey Chambers, D.D. John Strickland. Adoniram Bifield. Peter Ince.; Chambers, Humphrey,
True Intelligence : A poem, shewing a plain and short way to be happy. : Being some remarks on a paper lately publish'd, call'd, The true intelligence. / Written on the occasion of a dream, and dedicated to Her Majesty, and to the Lords and Commons, and to all their ladies. Done by a venerable person to recommend the said paper for the general good of all.
True John : The Two unfortunate lovers. Or, A true relation of the lamentable end of John True and Susan Mease. : Their lives this ditty doth relate. And how they dy'd unfortunate. The tune is, The brides burial.
True Narrative Of The Case Of Sir George Wheler : A vindication of the case of Spittle-Fields, against an uncharitable paper, privately printed, called a True narrative of the case of Sir George Wheler, &c. : Humbly offer'd to the Honourable House of Commons.
True Patriot Great And Weighty Considerations Relating To The D Or Successo : The great and weighty considerations, relating to the Duke of York, or, successor of the crown. : Offered to the King, and both Houses of Parliament: considered. With an answer to a letter, from a gentleman of quality in the country to his friend, relating to the point of succession to the crown. Whereunto is added a short historical collection touching the same.; Hunt, Thomas,
True Protestant Domestick Intelligence : Advertisement. : Whereas there is a paper publish'd, entituled, The true Protestant domestck [sic] intelligence; and that since it is generally concluded that Benjamin Harris; was the publisher of of the said late Intelligence ... this serves to certifie the world, that the said Benjamin Harris is neither directly nor indirectly concerned in that intelligence, nor any thing of that nature. / From the Kings-Bench-Prison in Southwark. 27. April 1680. Benjamin Harris.; Harris, Benjamin,
True Protestant Mercury : The proceedings of the citizens of Hereford in the delivery up of their charter and renewing of it: : vindicated from the scurrilous imputations of Richard Janeway. / By a lover of the King, the government, and the city. In a letter to a friend.; Lover of the king, the government, and the city.
True Relation Of The Just And Unjust Proceedings Of The Somer Islands Compa : The strange actings of Sir John Heydon Kt. and governour in the Somer Islands and also of Henry Tucker one of his council there and the like acting by William Webb Esq; : deputy of the said company in the courts at London, which you may see made out by their own records, by turning to the several folio's in a book lately printed and intituled, A true relation of the just and unjust proceedings of the Somer-Island Company.; Trott, Perient.
Truest Account Of Mr Fullers Discovery : Mr. De Labadie's letter to his daughter, Mrs. Delabadie, nurse to the pretended Prince of Wales : written in characters and deciphered by Dr. Wallis ... : which said letter is referred to by Mr. Fuller in his two narratives, and is a plain demonstration of that horrid imposture : with reflections upon it, and a full answer to the material objections, in a late pamphlet entituled, The truest account of Mr. Fullers discovery, &c. / by another hand.; Another hand.
Truet Catherine : A Further and more true account of the apprehending and taking of Gerard Dremelius the Drawer, for the murther of Oliver Norris Esquire, : at the White-Cross Tavern in East Smith field, his examination, and confession, together with the examination of Micheal [sic] Van Burgh, and Catherin Truet before the coroners inquest, and their commitment to Newgate on Saturday last. : As also a further, and more particular account of the said barbarous murther.