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Tradesmen and Artificers within Three Miles of London. / [1636?] [ ] admissus fuit in libertatem communitatis officinatorem et artificium infra tria milliaria civitatis London [ ] die [ ] 163 ...
Traherne, Philip, d. ca. 1725. / [1685] The soul's communion with her savior. Or, The history of our Lord Jesus Christ, written by the four evangelists digested into devotional meditations. The first part.
Traherne, Thomas, d. 1674. / [1675] Christian ethicks, or, Divine morality opening the way to blessedness, by the rules of vertue and reason / by Tho. Traherne ...
Traherne, Thomas, d. 1674. / [1673] Roman forgeries, or, A true account of false records discovering the impostures and counterfeit antiquities of the Church of Rome / by a faithful son of the Church of England.
Traherne, Thomas, d. 1674. / [1699] A serious and pathetical contemplation of the mercies of God in several most devout and sublime thanksgivings for the same / published by the Reverend Doctor Hicks at the request of a friend of the authors.
Transylvania (Principality). Sovereign (1661-1690 : Apafi Mihály I) / [1682] The declaration of the Hungarian war lately set out by the most illustrious Michael Apafi, Prince of Transilvania, against the Emperour's S. Majesty : according to the Transylvanian copy, anno 1682.
Trapp, John, 1601-1669. / [M.DC.XLVII. 1647] A commentary or exposition upon the four Evangelists, and the Acts of the Apostles: wherein the text is explained, some controversies are discussed, divers common places are handled, and many remarkable matters hinted, that had by former interpreters been pretermitted. Besides, divers other texts of Scripture which occasionally occur are fully opened, and the whole so intermixed with pertinent histories, as will yeeld both pleasure and profit to the judicious reader. / By John Trapp M. A. Pastour of Weston upon Avon in Gloucestershire.
Traske, John, d. ca. 1638. / [1620] A treatise of libertie from Iudaisme, or An acknowledgement of true Christian libertie, indited and published by Iohn Traske: of late stumbling, now happily running againe in the race of Christianitie
Treby, George, Sir, 1644?-1700. / [1682] The speech of the Honorable Sir George Treby, Knight, Recorder of the City of London, upon the presenting the Honorable Dudley North and Peter Rich, Esquires, Sheriffs of the City of London and County of Middlesex, in the Exchequer Chamber at Westminster, on the 30th of September, 1682
Tremoille, Charlotte Brabantina, Duchess of, 1580-1631. / [1608] The conuersion of a most noble lady of Fraunce In Iune last past, 1608. Madame Gratiana, wife to the high and mightie lord; Claudius, Lord of Tremoille; Duke of Thouars; peere of Fraunce, and Prince of Talmonde. A most Christian epistle, written by her, to the ladyes of Fraunce, to resolue them in the cause of her conuersion from popery, to the the profession of Gods Gospell: and aduising them to imitate her religious example. Truely translated out of French.
Trenchard, John, 1662-1723. / [1697] An argument, shewing that a standing army is inconsistent with a free government and absolutely destructive to the constitution of the English monarchy
Trenchard, John, 1662-1723. / [1698] The argument against a standing army, discuss'd by a true lover of his country.
Trepidantium Malleus. / [1700] A snake in the grass, caught and crusht, or, A third and last epistle to a now furious deacon in the Church of England, the Reverend Mr. George Keith with some remarks on my former epistles to him, especially that against plunging in baptism / by Trepidantium Malleus.
Trigge, Francis, 1547?-1606. / [1604] To the Kings most excellent Maiestie. The humble petition of two sisters the Church and Common-wealth: for the restoring of their ancient commons and liberties, which late inclosure with depopulation, vncharitably hath taken away: containing seuen reasons as euidences for the same.
Trinity House (London, England) / [1681] The humble address of the corporation of Trinity-House
Trinity House (London, England) / [1621] The answer of the masters of the Trinitie-house, to the speciall obiections of the patentee, to the keeping of Winterton lights
Trotter, Catharine, 1679-1749. / [1698] Fatal friendship a tragedy, as it is acted at the New-Theatre in Little-Lincolns-Inn-Fields.
Trotter, Catharine, 1679-1749. / [1696] Agnes de Castro a tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal by His Majesty's servants / written by a young lady.
True de Case. / [1663] Hudibras answered by True de Case, in his own poem and language.
True Englishman. / [1683] The scheme of the subsequent discourse : an East-India trade is highly advantageous to the true interest of England
True son of the Church of England. / [1697] A full answer paragraph by paragraph, to Sir John Fenwick's paper given to the sheriffs, January the 28th, 1696/7 at the place of execution on Tower-Hill by a true son of the Church of England, as establish'd by law.
True son of the Church of England. / [M DC XCVIII 1662] A breif and full account of Mr. Tate's and Mr. Brady's new version of the Psalms by a true son of the Church of England.
Truelove, Richard. / [1650] To the supreme authority of England, the High Court of Parliament assembled at Westminster the humble petition of Richard Truelove and Henry Truelove, of the town of Ipswich, on the behalfs [sic] of themselves and others, heirs at law to Thomas Causton, late of Thundersley in the county of Essex, Gent. A martyr:
Trussel, John, fl. 1620-1642. / [1636] A continuation of The collection of the history of England beginning where Samuel Daniell Esquire ended, with the raigne of Edvvard the third, and ending where the honourable Vicount Saint Albones began, with the life of Henry the seventh, being a compleat history of the begining and end of the dissention betwixt the two houses of Yorke and Lancaster. With the matches and issue of all the kings, princes, dukes, marquesses, earles, and vicounts of this nation, deceased, during those times. By I.T.
Trusswell, William. / [1640?] [T]he true hearted l[over], or, A young-man sent a letter to his love to the tune of, I fancy none but thee alone.
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. / [1691] Wisdom's dictates, or, Aphorisms & rules, physical, moral, and divine, for preserving the health of the body, and the peace of the mind ... to which is added a bill of fare of seventy five noble dishes of excellent food, for exceeding those made of fish or flesh ... / by Tho. Tryon.
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. / [1691] A way to health, long life and happiness, or, A discourse of temperance and the particular nature of all things requisite for the life of man as all sorts of meats, drinks, air, exercise &c., with special directions how to use each of them to the best advantage of the body and mind : shewing from the true ground of nature whence most diseases proceed and how to prevent them : to which is added a treatise of most sorts of English herbs ... the whole treatise displaying the most hidden secrets of philosophy ... / communicated to the world for the general good by Thomas Tryon.
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. / [1689] A treatise of dreams & visions wherein the causes, natures, and uses, of nocturnal representations, and the communications both of good and evil angels, as also departed souls, to mankind. Are theosophically unfolded; that is according to the Word of God, and the harmony of created beings. To which is added, a discourse of the causes, natures, and cure of phrensie, madness or distraction. By Tho. Tryon, student in physick.
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. / [1700] Tryon's letters upon several occasions ... by Tho. Tryon.
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. / [1691] Pythagoras his mystick philosophy reviv'd, or, The mystery of dreams unfolded wherein the causes, natures, and uses of nocturnal representations ... are theosophically unfolded ... / by Tho. Tryon ...
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. / [1682] A treatise of cleanness in meats and drinks of the preparation of food, the excellency of good airs and the benefits of clean sweet beds also of the generation of bugs and their cure : to which is added, a short discourse of the pain in the teeth shewing from what cause it does chiefly proceed, and also how to prevent it / by Tho. Tryon.
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. / [1694] A pocket-companion, containing things necessary to be known by all that values their health and happiness being a plain way of nature's own prescribing, to cure most diseases in men, women and children, by kitchen-physick only : to which is added, an account how a man may live well and plentifully for two-pence a day / collected from The good housewife made a doctor, by Tho. Tryon.
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. / [1684] The planter's speech to his neighbours & country-men of Pennsylvania, East & West Jersey and to all such as have transported themselves into new-colonies for the sake of a quiet retired life : to which is added the complaints of our supra-inferior inhabitants.
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. / [1695] A new method of educating children, or, Rules and directions for the well ordering and governing them during their younger years shewing that they are capable ... : also, what methods is to be used by breeding women ... / written ... by Tho. Tryon ...
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. / [1690] A new art of brewing beer, ale, and other sorts of liquors so as to render them more healthfull to the body and agreeable to nature, and to keep them longer from souring, with less trouble and charge then generally practised, which will be a means to prevent those torturing distempers of the stone, gravel, gout, and dropsie : together with easie experiments for making excellent drinks with apples, currans, goodberries, cherries, herbs, seeds, and hay &c., and the way to preserve eggs five or six months from being musty or rotten : wih an appendix how to make fruit trees constantly fruitful : also a way how every one may purge themselves with common salad herbs and roots, and a method how to prevent constiveness in the body / by the author of The way to long life, health, and happiness &c.
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. / [1696] Miscellania: or, A collection of necessary, useful, and profitable tracts on variety of subjects which for their excellency, and benefit of mankind, are compiled in one volume. By Thomas Tryon physiologus.
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. / [1688] Monthly observations for the preserving of health with a long and comfortable life, in this our pilgrimage on earth; but more particularly for the spring and summer seasons. By Phylotheus Phystologus. With allowance.
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. / [1684] Modest observations on the present extraordinary frost ... by T.T.
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. / [1682] Healths grand preservative: or The womens best doctor A treatise, shewing the nature and operation of brandy, rumm, rack, and other distilled spirits, and the ill consequences of mens, but especially of womens drinking such pernicious liquors and smoaking tobacco. As likewise, of the immoderate eating of flesh without a due observation of time, or nature of the creature which hath proved very destructive to the health of many. Together, with a rational discourse of the excellency of herbs, highly approved of by our ancestors in former times. And the reasons why men now so much desire the flesh more than other food. A work highly fit to be persued and observed by all that love their health, and particularly necessary to the female sex, on whose good or ill constitution the health and strength, or sickness and weakness of all [cropped]sterity does in a more especial manner depend. By Tho. Tryon.
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. / [1692] The good house-wife made a doctor, or, Health's choice and sure friend being a plain way of nature's own prescribing to prevent and cure most diseases incident to men, women, and children by diet and kitchin-physick only : with some remarks on the practice of physick and chymistry / by Thomas Tryon.
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. / [in the year 1684] Friendly advice to the gentlemen-planters of the East and West Indies In three parts. I. A brief treatise of the most principal fruits and herbs that grow in the East & West Indies; giving an account of their respective vertues both for food and physick, and what planet and sign they are under. Together with some directions for the preservation of health and life in those hot climates. II. The complaints of the negro-slaves against the hard usages and barbarous cruelties inflicted upon them. III. A discourse in way of dialogue, between an Ethiopean or negro-slave, and a Christian that was his master in America. By Philotheos Physiologus.
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. / [1699] England's grandeur, and way to get wealth: or, Promotion of trade made easy and lands advanced; beneficial to particular persons, and to the kingdom in general; wherein many thousand of indigent poor families may be employed; breaches made in our trade by the French, Portuguese, Genoese, Swedes, Dutch and Danes, demonstrated. Furnishing funerals by undertakers, making buttons and shoe-buckles of various sorts of metals, a great detriment to weavers of tape, cotton, ferrit, and silk-riband, and in short to all other trades, the West India trade discouraged, ... the prejudice of trade by strangers, that are lodgers and inmates only, who by their monopolizing ways, have got estates, and then bid farewel to England, the cause of the rent of houses falling, the reasons why great taxes cannot easily be paid, laying taxes on the back and belly, the best way to raise money, which will hurt neither rich nor poor, provided navigation and free circulation of trade be maintained, and merchants encouraged. Reasons why we have not a more considerable trade now the war is ov
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. / [1683] A dialogue between an East-Indian brackmanny or heathen-philosopher, and a French gentleman concerning the present affairs of Europe
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703. / [1684] The country-man's companion, or, A new method of ordering horses & sheep so as to preserve them both from diseases and causalties [sic], or, to recover them if fallen ill and also to render them much more serviceable and useful to their owners, than has yet been discovered, known or practised : and particularly to preserve sheep from that monsterous, mortifying distemper, the rot / by Philotheos Physiologus, the author of The way to health, long life and happiness, &c.