|Author / [Publication date]
||Tub-preachers overturn'd or Independency to be abandon'd and abhor'd as destructive to the majestracy and ministery, of the church and common-wealth of England.: Proved in a satisfactory answer to a lybellous pamphlet, intituled A letter to Mr Thomas Edwards, with an infamous dedication. Shewing the vanity, folly, madness of the deboyst buff-coat, mechanick frize-coat, lay illiterate men and women, to usurpe the ministery, and audaciously vent their own hereticall opinions, in their hous- (alias tub) -- preachings. viz. Wiet a cobler. Robine a sadler. Sammon a sho-maker. Barde a smith. Kiffin a glover. Patience a taylor. Tue a girdler. Wilkin the meal-man. Fletcher a cooper. Hobson a taylor. Oates a button-maker. Ives a box-maker. Barbone a lether-seller. Parvis a gold-smith. Lamb a sope-boyler. Bignall a porter. Henshaw a confectioner, alias infectioner. Bulcher a chicken-man. Hawes a broaker. Duper a cow-keeper. Reader, I cannot inform thee of their christen names because 'tis questionable whether they have any.
|England and Wales. Parliament. /
||Tuesday, July 26. 1659. Ordered by Parliament, that Wednesday the 31 of August 1659. be set apart for a day of solemn fasting and humiliation throughout England, Scotland and Ireland. ... Tho. St Nicholas, Clerk of Parliament. Resolved by the Parliament, that this vote be printed, and published in the respective cities, boroughs, towns, parishes and places throughout England, Scotland and Ireland.
||Tuesday, October 31, 1693. The trustees and goldsmiths for the Profitable Adventure to the Fortunate, met in Freemans Yard, Cornhill ...
|England and Wales. Council of State. /
||Tuesday the fifteenth of April, 1656. At the Council at Whitehall. Ordered by his Highness the Lord Protector, and the Council, that for the relief of debtors, who are willing to satisfie their just debts, and for the moderating of the rigor of comprysings, and the severity of proceedings by creditors against debitors in Scotland ...
|England and Wales. Lord Protector (1653-1658 : O. Cromwell) /
||Tuesday the five and twentieth of August, 1657. At the Council at White-hall.: His Highness and the Council, calling to minde the memorable mercies which the Lord was pleased to vouchsafe to this nation of England, in the admirable successes and victories given to their forces, on the third day of September, in the year 1650. ...
|City of London (England). /
||Tuesday the twenty sixth of May 1657 whereas the late ordinances touching hackney coaches ...
|Causton, Peter. /
||Tunbrigialia P.C. merc. Lond. ad G.F.
|Fox, George, 1624-1691. /
||Turcae, et omnibus sub ejus ditione, ut hoc perlegant quod ad salvationem eorum spectat. To the Turk, and all that are under his supream, to read this over which concerns their salvation. / Authore G.F.
|Mehmed, II, Sultan of the Turks, 1432-1481. /
||The Turkes secretorie conteining his sundrie letters sent to diuers emperours, kings, princes and states, full of proud bragges, and bloody threatnings: with seuerall answers to the same, both pithie and peremptorie. Translated truly out of the Latine copie.
|City of London (England). Court of Common Council. /
||Turner Mayor. Martis, vicesimo sexto die Januarii, 1668. Annʹoque Regni Regis Caroli Secundi, Dei grat', Angliæ, &c. vicesimo. This Court having received often complaints from many worthy citizens, merchants and traders, that frequent the burse of Royal Exchange of this city about their affairs, contracts and matters of negotiation, of the great inconveniences arising to themselves ...
|Owen, James, 1654-1706. /
||Tutamen evangelicum, or, A defence of Scripture-ordination, against the exceptions of T.G. in a book intituled, Tentamen novum proving, that ordination by presbyters is valid, Timothy and Titus were no diocesan rulers, the presbyters of Ephesus were the apostles successors in the government of that church, and not Timothy, the first epistle to Timothy was written before the meeting at Miletus, the ancient Waldenses had no diocesan bishops, &c. / by the author of the Plea for Scripture-ordination.
|Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699? /
||Tutela sanitatis sive Vita protracta. The protection of long life, and detection of its brevity, from diætic causes and common cutoms. Hygiastic præcautions and rules appropriate to the constitutions of bodyes; and various discrasyes or passions of minde; dayly to be observed for the preservation of health and prolougation of life. With a treatise of fontinells or issues. Whereunto is annexed Bellum necessarium sive Medicus belligerans the military or practical physitian reveiwing [sic] his armory: furnished with medical weapons munition against the secret invaders of life; fitted for all persons and assaults; with their safe and regular use, according to medical art and discipline by Everard Maynwaring doctor in physick.
|Blaeu, Willem Janszoon, 1571-1638. /
||A tutor to astronomy and geography, or, An easie and speedy way to understand the use of both the globes, celestial and terrestrial laid down in so plain a manner that a mean capacity may at the first reading understand it and with a little practise, grow expert in those divine sciences / translated from the first part of Guliulmus Blaeu, Institutio Astronomica ; published by J. Moxom.