Tragedy Early Works To 1800 : The tragedies of the last age : consider'd and examin'd by the practice of the ancients and by the common sense of all ages in a letter to Fleetwood Shepheard, esq. / by Mr. Rymer ... : part I.; Rymer, Thomas,
Tragic The In Literature Early Works To 1800 : Loves lamentable tragedy; : When cruel lovers prove unkind, great sorrows they procure; and such strange pains the slighted find, that they cannot endure. To a pleasant new play-house tune.
Trailer Camps England Humberside : Caravan and camping facilities in Yorkshire and Humberside : [a regional assessment for the future] : a report / prepared by a working party on behalf of the Countryside Committee of the Yorkshire and Humberside Council for Sport and Recreation.; Yorkshire and Humberside Council for Sport and Recreation.
Trailer Camps England Yorkshire : Caravan and camping facilities in Yorkshire and Humberside : [a regional assessment for the future] : a report / prepared by a working party on behalf of the Countryside Committee of the Yorkshire and Humberside Council for Sport and Recreation.; Yorkshire and Humberside Council for Sport and Recreation.
Trails Murder England Early Works To 1800 : The true narrative of the confession and execution of the three prisoners at Kingstone upon Thames, in the county of Surrie. On Monday the 22th of March, 1679 : With the account of their particular facts for which they suffered, as more particularly the last confession and exhortation of Margaret Clark, who fired her masters house in Southwark. And James Christian for killing the waterman, John Selby, John Seamor alias Herring, three notorious highway men. With the names of the places where they committed the facts, for which they now suffer; and many other remarkable circumstances.
Train Ferries English Channel : The "Channel Ferry" : advantages and feasibility of a train-ferry between England and France.; De Rodakowski, Ernest.
Trainbands England : By the King : a proclamation commanding all the trained bands and others on this side Trent, to be in readinesse with horse and arms, to serve His Maiestie for defense of the kingdom.; England and Wales.
Trainbands England Early Works To 1800 : Two ordinances of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. : Concerning the trained bands of the cities of London and Westminster, and the county of Middlesex, for their better appearance and execution of their duties as often as they shall be called thereunto, by their captaines or other officers. Also that every captaine shall choose a marshall for his company, to take notice of delinquents, and put the former order in execution, and to have out of every five shillings, twelve pence for his paines. Die Martis, 2. Maii, 1643. Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that these two ordinances shall be forthwith printed and published. John Browne Cler. Parliamento.; England and Wales.