Davis, Thomas, d. 1790?, / printer. : Tyranny exposed, and true liberty discovered. [electronic resource] : Wherein is contained the Scripture doctrine concerning kings; their rise, reign, and downfall: together with the total overthrow of Antichrist. [Two lines from Psalms] By Silas Mercer, Minister of the Word of God.
Davis, Thomas E. : In the Court of Appeals, the people of the state of New York, on the relation of Thomas E. Davis & Courtlandt Palmer against Oscar W. Sturtevant [electronic resource] : case.
Davis, Thomas E., Ph. D. : The solution-focused school counselor : shaping professional practice / Thomas E. Davis, Cynthia J. Osborn.
Davis, Thomas G. C, / author. : Speech of Thomas G. C. Davis, of the St. Louis Bar, upon the plea of insanity : in behalf of Robert C. Sloo, Esq., indicted for the murder of John E. Hall, delivered at Shawneetown, Ill., August 13, 1857.
Davis, Thomas Henry. : Answer to Mr. John Bury's letter and statement to his clients and friends respecting a claim made by him, as executor of his father, against Sir T.E. Winnington, baronet, M.P. [electronic resource] : with Sir Thomas Winnington's compliments.
Davis, Thomas, of Longleat, Wilts. : General view of the agriculture of the county of Wilts. [electronic resource] : With observations on the means of its improvement. Drawn up for the consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement, By Thomas Davis, of Longleat, Wilts, Steward to the most noble the Marquess of Bath.
Davis, Thomas, Surgeon. : Gods fearefvll ivdgement vpon divers cavaliers. [electronic resource] : Being a lamentable relation, the like was never read of, nor heard before: / Sent from Wolvercot a mile beyond Oxford, by the chyrurgion, Master Davis, to his friend in a letter, unto Master Filman, dwelling in Thames Stret. ; Also Gods heavy iudgements upon sundrie wicked persons in and about London, with their names and dwelling places, worthy to be read of all good Christians in the time of danger and trouble.
Davis, Thomas Treadwell, 1810-1872. / Republican (NY) : Enlisting criminals from the jail in the District of Columbia in the Army and Navy of the United States. (To accompany Bill H.R. 798.) February 28, 1865. -- Ordered to be printed. [electronic resource]