Tweeddale John Hay Marquis Of 1645 1713 : Concerning the interloquitor in the action of reduction upon minority and lesion, at the instance of the Duke and Dutchess of Monmouth, against the Earl of Tweedale and his lady..
Twins Congresses : Twin research : proceedings of the Second International Congress on Twin Studies, August 29-September 1, 1977, Washington, D.C. / editor, Walter E. Nance, associate editors, Gordon Allen and Paolo Parisi.; International Congress on Twin Studies
Twins Intelligence Levels : A longitudinal twin study of intelligence in the second year / J.S. Reznick, R. Corley, J. Robinson.; Reznick, Jeffrey S.
Twins Psychology Research : Born together--reared apart : the landmark Minnesota twin study / Nancy L. Segal.; Segal, Nancy L.,
Twisse William 1578 1646 : ʼIgeret HaMaskil Iggeret hammashkil. Or, An admonitory epistle unto Mr Rich. Baxter, and Mr Tho. Hotchkiss, about their applications (or mis-applications rather) of several texts of Scripture (tending cheifly) to prove that the afflictions of the godly are proper punishments. : Unto which are prefixed two dissertations; the one against Mr. Baxter's dangerous problems and positions, about the immanent acts of Gods knowledge and will, as if any of those could be said (without blasphemy) to begin in God, in time, and not to be eternal as himself is: or, as if God could be said (without derogation to His infinite perfections) to begin to know and will in time, any thing which He did not know and will before, yea from all eternity: the other, both against Mr. Baxter and Mr. Hotchkiss, about their definition of pardon and remission of sins, in opposition to great Doctor Twisse's definition of pardon, as it is in God from all eternity towards his elect in Christ. / By William Robertson, Mr. of Arts from the University of Edenburgh.; Robertson, William,
Twiston England Maps : [Yorkshire - Lancashire] [cartographic material] : sheet SD 84 SW.; Great Britain.
Two Journeys To Jerusalem : There are lately published five very useful books. : All sold by Nath Crouch at the Bell in the Poultrey near Cheapside. 1. The unfortunate court favourites of England ... 2. Unparallell'd [sic] varieties, or the Matchless actions and passions of mankind ... 3. The English heroe: or, Sir Francis Drake revived ... 4. Two journeys to Jerusalem ... 5. Surprizing miracles of nature and art, in two parts ...
Two Phase Flow : Principles of gas-solid flows / Liang-Shih Fan, Chao Zhu.; Fan, Liang-Shih.
Twycross England Maps : Leicestershire - Warwickshire [cartographic material] : sheet SK 30 SW.; Great Britain.
Twyford Berkshire History : Most hapy and wellcome newes from His Excellencie The Earle of Essex : wherein is declared the true and full relation of two famous victories obtained by the Parliament forces : the first, fought by the Lord of Rochford at Twyford, Ian. 15 where with 700 men, he routed all the Kings army consisting of about 1500 who came to burne the said towne : the second, fought by Collonell Chomley at Hurst, Ian. 17 neere Reading, where with 300 men he gave battle to 2000 of the Kings forces, which sallied out of Reading with a resolution to take and pillage Hurst of all their corne and hay : declaring the manner of their first meeting, and how after 4 or 5 houres fight they fored them to retreat, killing 300 of the cavaliers and taking 60 horse with the losse of twenty three men.; Essex, Robert Devereux,
Twyford Berkshire History Early Works To 1800 : Most hapy and wellcome newes from His Excellencie the Earle of Essex: : wherein is declared the true and full relation, of two famous victories obtained by the Parliament forces. The first, fought by the Lord of Rochford at Twyford, Ian. 15. where with 700 men, he routed all the Kings army, consisting of about 1500. who came to burne the said towne. The second, fought by Collonell Chomley at Hurst, Ian. 17. neere Reading, where with 300. men he gave battle to 2000. of the Kings forces, which sallied out of Reading, with a resolution to take and pillage Hurst of all their corne and hay. Declaring the manner of their first meeting, and how after 4. or 5. houres fight, they fored [sic] them to retreat, killing 300. of the cavaliers and taking 60. horse. with the losse of twenty three men.; Essex, Robert Devereux,