Trigg William Practicioner Of Physick : To the honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament. The humble petition of many thousands of citizens, and inhabitants in and about London.
Trigge Thomas : Paracelsvs of the [brace] chymical transmutation, genealogy and generation [brace] of metals & minerals. : Also, of the urim and thummim of the Jews. With an appendix, of the vertues and use of an excellent water made by Dr. Trigge. The second part of the mumial treatise. Whereunto is added, philosophical and chymical experiments of that famous philosopher Raymvnd Lvlly; containing, the right and due composition of both elixirs. The admirable and perfect way of making the great stone of the philosophers, as it was truely taught in Paris, and sometimes practised in England, by the said Raymund Lully, in the time of King Edw. 3. / Translated into English by R. Turner philomathēs.; Paracelsus,
Triggiani Emanuele : Cases of Ferraro, Triggiani, Mori, Colacioppo, Adiletta and others : judgments of 19 February 1991.; European Court of Human Rights.
Trigonometrical Functions Tables Early Works To 1800 : An institution trigonometricall. : Wherein demonstratively and perspicuously is exhibited the doctrine of the dimension of plain and spherical triangles : after the most exact and compendious way, by tables both of sines, tangents, secants, and logarithms. With the application thereof in questions of astronomie and navigation. / By Henry Gellibrand, professor of astronomie in Gresham Colledge.; Gellibrand, Henry,
Trim Meath History Early Works To 1800 : Admirable, good, true, and joyfull newes from Ireland. : Being an exact relation of the last weekes passages in Ireland, dated from Dublin May the 8. 1642. Wherein is shewed how by the undaunted valour and wisedom of Sir Charles Coot, the town and castle of Trim was taken from the enemy, wherein 4000. of the rebels were besides 4. lords of the Pale; who were glad to fly with as many more as could, the rest were taken prisoners, & about 200. or more killed. By which happy victory 40 Protestants obtained their freedome, who were before kept prisoners by the rebels in that castle. Likewise a relation of another great overthrow given to the Lord Muscry, by the Lord president of Munster. With the names of some other forts and townes taken from the rebels by the Protestant army.
Trim Meath History Military Early Works To 1800 : A copie of a letter from Sir Maurice Eustace out of Ireland, and to a worthy gentleman, a member of the House of Commons, concerning divers passages in the Parliament there. : Also, another letter from Mr Bacon drum-major, to Collonel Gibson of many desperate and resolute exploits of English souldiers, worthy all mens knowledge. July 13. 1642.; Eustace, Maurice,