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T H Person Of Quality : Iter boreale. The second part : relating the progress of the Lord General Monk, calling in the secluded members, their voting King Charls the second home, his joyfull reception at Dover, and his glorious conduct through London, to his royal palace at Whitehall / by T.H., a person of quality.  1660 1
T H Sir Thomas Hawkins 1640   10
T H T Haynes : A proposal to make good the coyn of this kingdom, : without diminishing the species thereof.  1695 1
T H Thomas Hale   5
T H Thomas Hawkins Sir 1640   19
T I   6
T I Active 1588 : A ioyful song of the royall receiuing of the Queenes most excellent Maiestie into her highnesse campe at Tilsburie in Essex: on Thursday and Fryday the eight and ninth of August. 1588 : To the tune of Triumph and ioy.  1588 1
T I Active 1595 : A vvorld of vvonders. A masse of murthers. A couie of cosonages : Containing many of the moste notablest wonders, horrible murthers and detestable cosonages that haue beene within this land. Not imagined falso to delight vaine heads ociose, not practised trans mare to breed trueth cum ambiguitate, but commited euen at home re vera, and may be prooued cum honestate. A matter moste fit to be knowen, well wayed and considered of all men.  1595 1
T I Active 1607 : De adiaphoris. English  1607 1
T I Active 1614 : A miracle, of miracles : As fearefull as euer was seene or heard of in the memorie of man. Which lately happened at Dichet in Sommersetshire, and sent by diuers credible witnesses to be published in London. Also a prophesie reuealed by a poore countrey maide, who being dead the first of October last, 1613. 24. houres, reuiued againe, and lay fiue dayes weeping, and continued prophesying of strange euents to come, and so died the 5. day following. Witnessed by M. Nicholas Faber, parson of the towne, and diuers worthy gentlemen of the same countrey. 1613, withall, Lincolnshire teares. For a great deluge, in which fiue villages were lamentably drovvned this present month.  1614 1
T J   13
T J Active 1640 : A discourse, betvveene Vpright the shoomaker and Master Pattent, the smith : Both meeting on the horse exchange in Smithfield, on the 20. day of Aprill 1639. Ne sutor vltra crepidam. By T.J.  1640 1
T J Master Of Arts   2
T Julie Andree   2
T K   7
T K Doctor In Physick : The Kitchin-physician, or, A guide for good-housewives in maintaining their families in health : wherein are described the natures, causes, and symptoms of all diseases, inward and outward, incident to the bodies of men, women, and children : prescribing natural, useful and proper / published for the common good ... by T.K., Doctor in Physick.  1680 1
T K Thomas Kemeys : Veritas evangelica, or, The Gospel-truth asserted in sixteen useful questions : which being seriously searched into, will open the way to find out assuredly the true and saving faith of Christ which is but one, as the apostle affirms / written by T.K. and now published by R.C.  1687 1
T L   20
T L Active 1556 : De usuris ex verbo Dei. English  1556? 1
T L Active 1595   4
T L Esq : Huc ades, hæc animo. Or A serious and (perhaps) seasonable advice, to the souldiery of the three nations of England, Scotland, and Ireland. / By T.L. Esq;  1659 1
T L Gent   2
T L Of Lincolns Inn Esq : A Discourse of fines : shewing by what easie, althought corrupt and unlawful, method of practice it may happen, that any person or his heirs in England, at one time or other, to be legally defrauded and disinherited by abuses in fines ... / by T. L.  1670? 1
T L Sir   2
T L W   2
T M   23
T M Active 1603 : The true narration of the entertainment of his Royall Maiestie, from the time of his departure from Edenbrough; till his receiuing at London : with all or the most speciall occurrences. Together with the names of those gentlemen whom his Maiestie honoured with knighthood.  1603 1
T M C Asser Instituut   11
T M Esquire Lover Of His King And Country   2
T M Lover Of His King And Country : History of independency.  1661 1
T M Master : The copie of a letter vvritten from Master T.M. neere Salisbury, to Master H.A. at London : concerning the proceeding at VVinchester; vvhere the late L. Cobham, L. Gray, and Sir Griffin Marckham, all attainted of hie treason, were ready to be executed on Friday the 9. of December 1603: at which time his Maiesties warrant, all written with his owne hand, whereof the true copy is here annexed, was deliuered to sir Beniamin Tichbourne high Sheriffe of Hampshire, commanding him to suspend their execution till further order.  1603 1
T M Of Lincolns Inn : The countrey justice : containing the practice of the justices of the peace as well in as out of their sessions / gathered for the better help of such justices of peace as have not been much conversant in the study of the laws of this realm by Michael Dalton of Lincolns-Inne ... ; now again enlarged with many precedents and resolutions of the quæres contained in the former impressions ; and the statutes of King Charles I and His Majesty King Charles II added under their several titles / by T.M., one of the same society.  1666 1
T M Thomas Merriott 1589 1662   2
T N   7
T N Active 1569   2
T N Active 1577 : XXVII. lectures, or readings, vpon part of the Epistle written to the Hebrues. Made by Maister Edward Deering, Bachelour of Diuinitie  1577 1
T N Active 1579 : A pleasant dialogue. betweene a lady called Listra, and a pilgrim : Concerning the gouernment and common weale of the great prouince of Crangalor. 1579.  1579 1
T N Thomas Nuce 1617   2
T N True Member Of The Church Of England : A modest censure of the immodest letter to a dissenter, upon occasion of His Majesty's late gracious declaration for liberty of conscience / by T.N. a true member of the Church of England.  1687 1
T O   3
T P   28
T P Active 17th Century : God's call to unconverted sinners to turn to the Lord : plainly shewing every poor sinner the miserableness of his estate ... also the happy condition of the people of God ... and lastly to the terror of wicked and ungodly men is set forth that if they will not turn to God that they may live with him in heaven, they shall dye and be tormented with the devil and his angels in hell fire / by T.P.  1663 1
T P Active 1624 : A short catechisme for householders. By T.P.  1624 1
T P Friend To Truth And Peace : The true Protestants watch-word, : instructing all true Protestants what they ought to do in a peaceable way of opposition againt Popery, at this juncture of time. / By T.P. a friend to truth and peace.  1679 1
T P Of Barnards Inne : The practick part of the law shewing the office of a compleat attorney, : in the full prosecution of any action, whether real, personal, or mixt, (from the very original, to the execution) in all courts, with the exact fees of all officers and ministers of the courts. / Most part of which was composed and collected by G.T. of Staples-Inne, and T.P. of Barnards-Inne, with some new additions to the same, formerly licensed and printed for Matthew VValbancke, under the title of The attorney of the common-pleas, and The book of fees, &c. ; Together with special instructions for the solicitation of any cause in chancery, or elsewhere, relating to the present government, being useful for all men. With a perfect table, containing all the principall matters in the whole book.  1652 1
T P Orthodox And Loyal Protestant : Mvltvm in parvo lately come to town : with some reflections upon His Majesties late regulators, or, (as some do call them) the booted apostles : with some other observations, not unworthy (at this present juncture) any true English man's perusal / by T.P. an orthodox and loyal Protestant, though by some nick-named, a latitudinarian trimmer.  1688 1
T P P N C : The loyal non-conformist, or, The religious subject, yielding to God his due, and to Cæsar his right : being a discourse from the pulpit touching true gospel worship and due subjection to magistrates / now printed, as it was preached (for the most part) in the month of August, 1662, by T.P.P---N-C.  1664 1
T P Sir : A hue and cry after the reasons which were to have been given on Thursday September 18. 1679. to the Lieutenancy, / by Sir T.P. and others.  1679 1
T P Soldier In The Royal Camp Near Dublin : From a soldier in the royal camp near Dublin to his friend in London  1690 1
T P T Passenger : The door of salvation opened, or, A voice from heaven to unregenerate sinners : plainly shewing the necessity of opening your hearts to Christ ... with many sweet invitations to come to him that they might have life ... together with the dreadful condition of the stubborn and hard-hearted sinners ... / by T.P.  1665 1
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