Thetis Submarine : "The Admiralty regrets--" the story of His Majesty's submarine, "Thetis" and "Thunderbolt".; Warren, C. E. T.
Theveneau Adam : Common notions and advice, of Mr. A. Theveneav, advocate in Parliament : Dedicated to his Lord the Dauphin. Well worthy the perusal of such gentlemen, as endeavour a perfect understanding in state-policy, and delight themselves in the true knowledge of the mysteries of government. Translated out of the French copy, by William Batten esq;; Theveneau, Adam.
Thevet Andre 1502 1590 : Mapping the Renaissance world : the geographical imagination in the age of discovery / translated by David Fausett.; Lestringant, Frank.
Thibout Paule Trials Litigation Etc : A - Case of Hentrich v. France : judgment of 22 September 1994 : B - Case of Beaumartin v. France : judgment of 24 November 1994 : C - Case of Kemmache v. France (no. 3) : judgment of 24 November 1994.; European Court of Human Rights.
Thieves England London Early Works To 1800 : The seuerall notorious and levvd cousnages of Iohn VVest, and Alice VVest, falsely called the King and Queene of Fayries : Practised very lately both in this citie, and many places neere adioyning, to the impouerishing of many simple people, as well men as women: who were arraigned and conuicted for the same, at the Sessions House in the Old Bayly, the 14. of Ianuarie, this present yeare, 1613.
Thieves Great Britain Biography : The Triumph of truth : in an exact and impartial relation of the life and conversation of Col. Iames Turner, which he imparted to an intimate friend a little before his execution : to which is added his deportment and discourses in prison, the manner of his execution and burial : with other occurrences never yet made publique, and now published as a seasonable warning for others to avoid such strange miscarriages.
Thieves Poetry Early Works To 1800 : Poor Tom the taylor his lamentation. : Giving an account how he pickt up a miss near the maypole in the Strand, and also how he handed her to the fair. where he treated her very generously, but according to the old proverb, sweet meat must have sower sauce, for while he was safe a snoring in bed she very dexterously picked his pocket, leaving him to pay the reckoning, without ever a penny in his purse, this unforunate disaster may well be a warning to all the taylors in or about London to forsake their old accustomed tricks, setting poor Tom before them as an example. To the tune of, Daniel Cooper.
Thieves 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.