Toland John 1670 1722 Clito : Mr. Tolands's Clito dissected : and Fuller's Plain proof of the true mother of the pretended Prince of Wales made out to be no proof / in two letters from a gentleman in the country to his friend in London.; S. F.
Toldervy John : Strange visions, and wonderful revelations. Appearing to Mr. Dominicus, a carver in White Friers. : With the strange voice and speeches of sundry spirits and apparitions; and the manner how they appeared in several shapes, to the great admiration and astonishment of all spectators. Also, the several commands given to John Tolderry [sic], by several apparitions and spirits; being a great discovery of the wicked plots, dangerous practises, and malicious endeavours of a generation of men both in city and country, to subvert all civil government both in church and state. Together, with their mad pranks and ridiculous actions and gestures, enough to amaze any sober Christians. Published with the approbation of divers orthodox divines.
Toldervy John Snare Broken : The naked truth laid open, against vvhat is amiss: or, may be mis-interpreted, : in those two bookes: the one, entituled, The foot out of the snare; and the other, The snare broken. Together with a word of invitation to all who are estranged to the true faith, that they would hear and receive the word of truth, which makes free the Israel of God. / Set forth by me John Toldervy.; Toldervy, John.
Toleration Controversial Literature : A brief refutation of the errors tolleration, erastianism, independency and separation : delivered in some sermons from I Job. 4. I, preach'd in the year 1652 : to which are added four sermons preach'd on several occasions / by Mr. James Fergusson ...; Fergusson, James,
Toleration Not To Be Abused : Short reflections upon a pamphlet entituled Toleration not to be abused : in a letter to a friend : wherein it is proved that it is the duty of Presbyterians to make use of the liberty granted them by His Majesties most gracious declaration of the 15. of March, 1671/2 : and that it is no sinful separation, nor contrary to Presbyterian principles (whatever is in that pamphlet suggested to the contrary) for those who are called Presbyterians to preach to, and meet in congregations distinct from the parochial assemblies, under present circumstances.
Toll Captain : A display of the headpiece and codpiece valour of the most renowned Colonel Robert Jermy : late of Bafield in the county of Norfolk, esquire, with his son Captain Toll by his side, now on their way for New-England. Or the lively description of a dead-hearted fellow, to the tune of a turd, or the black-smith.
Toll Roads England : The turnpike age : [documents and illustrations reproduced in facsimile from the collection in the Museum & Art Gallery, Wardown Park, Luton] / illustrations by W.H. Pyne ; text by G. Gray ; compiled and written by Peter Smith.; Luton Museum and Art Gallery.