Thompson Thomas Second Part Of The Quakers Quibbles : The timorous reviler sleighted : being a brief reprehension of a scornful pamphlet, styled, The second part of the Quakers Quibbles, subscribed by the name of Thomas Thompson, but (by some) suspected to be the author of the two pamphlets, the one entituled, The spirit of the Quakers tryed; the other, Controversie ended; with divers others against the people called Quakers.; Whitehead, George,
Thompson William 1775 1833 : William Thompson, 1775-1833 : Britain's pioneer socialist, feminist, and co-operator / by Richard K.P. Pankhurst.; Pankhurst, Richard.
Thompson William Active 1700 : Sir Thomas Grosvenor's case, in answer to the petition of William Monson and William Thompson esqs : and others, in order to avoid the said Sir Thomas his priviledge as a member of the honourable House of Commons in Parliament.
Thompson William G 1930 1996 : The Gospel of Matthew in current study : studies in memory of William G. Thompson, S.J. / edited by David E. Aune.
Thomson George Active 1648 1679 Galeno Pale : Agyrto-mastix, or, Some brief animadversions upon two late treatises : one of Master George Thomsons, entituled Galeno-pale, the other of Master Thomas O'Dowdes, called The poor mans physitian : with a short appendix relating to the Company of Apothecaries / by William Johnson, chymist to the Kings Colledge of Physitians in London.; Johnson, William,
Thomson Richard 1613 Diatriba De Amissione : De gratia, et perseverantia sanctorum : exercitationes aliquot habitæ in Academiæ Oxoniensi, authore Roberto Sarisburiensi iam episcopo, ... Quibus accessit eiusdem in Richardi Thomsoni Anglo-Belgici diatribam de amissione & intercisione iustificationis, & gratiæ, animaduersio breuis.; Abbot, Robert,
Thoracic Duct : De lacteis thoracicis et vasis lymphaticiis. English; Bartholin, Thomas,
Thoracic Duct Early Works To 1800 : New anatomical experiments of John Pecquet of Deip. : By which the hitherto unknown receptacle of the chyle, and the transmission from thence to the subclavial veins by the now discovered lacteal chanels of the thorax, is plainly made appear in brutes. As also an anatomical dissertation of the motion of blood and chyle. Together with the further description of the same lacteal chanels newly discovered in the body of man as well as brutes. Being an anatomical historie, publickly propos'd by Thomas Bartoline, Dr. and Reg. Professor both in Physick and Anatomy, to Michael Lysere, answering.; Pecquet, Jean,
Thorius Raphael 1625 : Lessus in funere Raphaelis Thorii : medici et poetæ præstantissimi, qui Londini peste extinctus bonis et doctis omnibus triste sui desiderium reliquit, Anno 1625.; Aytoun, Robert,