Temperance And Religion England : A discourse against 1. drunkenness, 2. swearing & cursing : published (pursuant to His Majesty's injunctions) to suppress debauchery and profaneness / by William Assheton ...; Assheton, William,
Temperance Biblical Teaching Sermons Early Works To 1800 : Eukairon symbolon. A seasonable watch-word to all sober Christians. : A sermon preach'd in the cathedral church of St. Paul, March 24. 1660. / By Chr. Shute, D.D. One of His Majesties chaplains in ordinary. Thursday the 28. day of March, 1661. Browne mayor. Ordered, that Dr. Shute be desired from this court to print his sermon preach'd at S. Pauls the last Lords day. Weld.; Shute, Christopher,
Temperance Fiction : The unjust judge [electronic resource]: or, The evils of intemperance on judges, lawyers, and politicians. By a member of the Ohio bar.
Temperance Great Britain 19th Century : Bishop Temple on the permissive bill / speech of the Right Reverend Lord Bishop of Exeter as chairman of a public meeting in behalf of the Permissive Prohibitory Liquor Bill, in the New Victoria Hall, Exeter, June 22nd, 1870.; Temple, Frederick,
Temperance Quaker Authors Early Works To 1800 : The cause and prevention of great calamities national and personal : demonstrated, and recommended to the consciences of all concerned; especially keepers of taverns, inns, and other houses of entertainment, to read and consider in the fear of the all-seeing God. / [by] G.W.; Whitehead, George,
Temperance Virtue : The Drunkard forewarned and the swearer caution'd in a late judgement on the body of Dowee Sitses : sent in a letter from Theodorus Paludamus ... to the Lady Habuerin : published for the information of some, and premonition to others, to lead a more pious life.
Temperance Virtue Sermons : Forced divinity, or, Two sermons preached by the compulsion of two sorts of sinners, viz. drunkards & theives : the first by certaine ale-bibbers who having heard a minister teach much against drinking, afterwards met with him, and compelled him to make a sermon upon one word : the second by a crew of theives, who after they had robbed a minister, forst him to make a sermon in prayse of their profession, and when he had done, returned his money and six shillings eight pence for his sermon.
Templars History : Les templiers : une chevalerie chrétienne au Moyen Âge .; Demurger, Alain.
Templars Ireland History : Soldiers of Christ : the Knights Templar and the Knights Hospitaller in medieval Ireland / Martin Browne, OSB and Colmán Ó Clabaigh, OSB, editors.; Glenstal History Conference