Theatre Royal Drury Lane London England : The songs in the new play call'd The impostor defeated; or A trick to cheat the devil : with the masque of Cinthia and Endimion in the last act, as it is perform'd at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.
Theeten Griet : La Grande Guerre : un siècle de fictions romanesques : actes du colloque 13-15 mars 2008, Université de Gand, In Flanders Fields Museum, Ypres / Pierre Schoentjes (éd.) avec la collaboration de Griet Theeten.
Theeuwes Jules : Labour market contracts and institutions : a cross-national comparison : papers presented at the International Workshop for Labour Market Contracts and Institutions at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies (NIAS), Wassenaar, the Netherlands / edited by Joop Hartog, Jules Theeuwes.
Theibault John 1957 : German villages in crisis : rural life in Hesse-Kassel and the Thirty Years' War, 1580-1720 / John Theibault.
Theil Gordon : Michael Tippett : a bio-bibliography / compiled by Gordon Theil.
Theilacker Jorg : Der erzählende Musiker : Untersuchung von Musikererzählungen des 19 Jahrhunderts und ihrer Bezüge zur Entstehung der deutschen Nationalmusik; mit einer Bibliografie der Musikererzählungen des Zeitraums 1797 bis 1884.
Their Well Doings Justified And Their Evill Actings Abolished : First a safegard and a stay for sheriffs, bayliffs, serjeants at mace, and such officers. Or Their vvell doings justified, and their evill actings abolished : Secondly, with a preservative against fraudent executors and administrators. Thirdly, and for honest executors and administrators from paying more out of their own estates, then shall come to their hands from testators or interstates. Fourthly, and for preservation of shiping from wilful destruction by deceitfull persons to defraud purchasors and and creditors of ships. In order to the saving to the people of this nation every year hereafter, a great part of the three millions of money by exacting and monopolizing, officers formerly yearly from them unlawfully exacted, and formerly proposed to be saved for them, and for the abatement of the extreme and unnecessary charges in the proceedings of the law. Written by William Leach of the Middle-Temple.