Tonbridge England History Early Works To 1800 : A true and exact relation of the whole proceedings of the Parliaments forces, that went out under the command of Colonel Brown with Colonell Manwerings forces into Kent, : to appease the tumult raised there by the malignants and ill-affected to the Parliament. VVherein is a true relation of the taking of the towne of Tunbridge, which hertofore [sic] was never conquered; and by what means it was taken, and the losse that was on both sides. With many other observable passages related by one that was not only an eye witnesse, but in the whole service. Published according to order.; One that was not only an eyewitnesse but in the whole service.
Tonga Zambezi People : The social consequences of resettlement : the impact of the Kariba resettlement upon the Gwembe Tonga.; Colson, Elizabeth.
Tongan Language : An account of the natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific Ocean : with an original grammar and vocabulary of their language / compiled and arranged from the extensive communication of Mr. William Mariner, several years resident in those islands, by John Martin ; edited by Nigel Statham and Ian C. Campbell.; Mariner, William,
Tongans : An account of the natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific Ocean : with an original grammar and vocabulary of their language / compiled and arranged from the extensive communication of Mr. William Mariner, several years resident in those islands, by John Martin ; edited by Nigel Statham and Ian C. Campbell.; Mariner, William,
Tongue : Systems of life : volume 3 / Anne Roberts and Peter Gardiner.; Roberts, Anne.
Tongue Abnormalities : The true and most miraculous narrative, of a child born with two tongues, at the lower end of East-Smithfeild [sic] in the suburbs of London, &c. : who three dayes after his birth, was heard plainly, and expresly [sic] to cry out, A king, a king, a king ...
Tonken John : A True account of a strange and wonderful relation of John Tonken, of Pensans in Cornwall : said to be bewitched by some women, two of which on suspition are committed to prison, he vomiting up several pins, pieces of walnut-shels, an ear of rye with a straw to it half a yard long and rushes of the same length, which are kept to be shown at the next assizes for the said county.
Tonkin Commerce : Around Tonkin and Siam : a French colonialist view of Tonkin, Laos and Siam (1892) / [translated from the French by C.B. Pitman].; Orléans, Henri Philippe Marie,
Tonnage Fees Great Britain History : A proclamation prohibiting the payment and receipt of tonnage and ponndage [sic], and other impositions upon merchandises, under colour of the late pretended ordinance of both Houses of Parliament; England and Wales.