Turner Peter 1948 : The Cambrian of SW Wales : towards a united Avalonian stratigraphy / edited by A.J. Rees, A.T. Thomas, M. Lewis, H.E. Hughes, and P. Turner.
Turner Peter Active 1629 : Carolus R. Ordo sive series electionis procuratorum in singulis Coll Academiæ Oxoniensis secundum vices infra scriptas per statuta serenissimi Regis Caroli &c. in domo convocationis ibidem stabilita et confirmata &c quotannis factiendæ.
Turner Pippi : Transsexual in Iran [videorecording] / produced and directed by Tanaz Eshaghian.
Turner R : The duty and office of high-constables of hundreds, petty-constables, tythingmen, and such inferior ministers of the peace : with the several duties and offices of churchwardens, overseers, and collectors for the poor, of surveyors for amending the higheways, and distributors of the provision for the destruction of noysom fowl and vermin / first collected by William Lambard, in the reign of Q. Elizabeth ; and now enlarged with many useful additions according to the succeeding statutes by R. Turner ...
Turner Richard Active 1647 : A great fight in the church at Thaxted in Essex, : between the sequestrators, and the minister. And the mayor being present, the men and women in this fight fell all together by the eares, on the Lords Day. Concerning which, divers of the chiefe actors were brought before the House of Lords in Parliament assembled, this present Friday, Septemb. 24. 1647. With the manner of their tryall, and the severall charges brought in against them at the Lords barre.
Turner Robert 1649 Or 50 : The death of ministers improved. Or, an exhortation to the inhabitants of Horsley on Glocester-shire, and others, on the much lamented death of that reverend and faithful minister of the Gospel, Mr. Henry Stubbs : By Tho. Vincent, John Turner, Rob. Perrott, M. Pemberton. To which is added a sermon upon that occasion, by Richard Baxter.
Turner Robert Active 1640 1664 : Botanologia : the Brittish physician, or, the nature and vertues of English plants, exactly describing such plants as grow naturally in our land, with their several names Greek, Latine, or English, natures, places where they grow ... : by means whereof people may gather their own physick under every hedge ... : with two exact tables, the one of the English and Latine names of the plants, the other of the diseases and names of each plant appropriated to the diseases, with their cures / by Robert Turner.