Johnson, Thomas, 17th cent. : The case of several of Their Majesties loyal subjects very much oppressed, contrary to the laws of this land (as they are advised) [electronic resource] : humbly represented to the Honourable the Knights, Citizens and Burgesses in Parliament assembled.
Johnson, Thomas, 1675-1750. : The tryal of Colley Cibber, comedian, &c. for writing a book intitled An apology for his life, &c. [electronic resource] : Being a thorough examination thereof; wherein he is proved guilty of high-crimes and misdemeanors against the English language, and in characterising many persons of distinction. Together with an indictment exhibited against Alexander Pope of Twickenham, Esq; for not exerting his talents at this juncture: and the arraignment of George Cheyne, physician at Bath, for the philosophical, physical and theological heresies, uttered in his last book of regimen.
Johnson, Thomas, 1732-1819. : To the freemen of the Fourth District. [electronic resource] : My willingness to serve as your representative in Congress has contrary to my expectation drawn on me the animadversions of writers under assumed signatures ... That I have a right though an old man to be willing to serve as your representative and to declare it verbally or otherwise even after Gen. Bayly had inserted his declaration in the papers and written letters of solicitation, his friends cannot deny ...
Johnson, Thomas, active 2019, / editor. : Handbook on urban development in China / edited by Ray Yep and June Wang (Department of Public Policy, City University of Hong Kong), and Thomas Johnson (Department of Politics, University of Sheffield, UK).
Johnson-Thomas, Brian, / author. : Study on the development of a framework for improving end-use and end-user control systems / [authors, Brian Wood and Peter Danssaert, with the assistance of Sergio Finardi and Brian Johnson-Thomas].
Johnson, Thomas, d. ca. 1722. : The rector corrected. [electronic resource] : Being an answer to William Taswell, (who is Stiled D. D. and Rector of St. Mary Newington in Surry.) Wherein his objections against the Quakers in his pamphlet, intituled The popish priest unmask'd, are reduced to four Heads, viz. I. The Qualification and Call of a Gospel-Minister. II. His Maintenance. III. Baptism. IV. The Supper. Which important Subjects are briefly set in a true Light; with some Remarks on several of the Doctor's false, ridiculous and defamatory Stories. By Thomas Johnson.
Johnson, Thomas, fl. 1642-1677, / publisher. : The monethly intelligencer [electronic resource] : faithfully communicating the grand transactions and occurrences in most principal places of the world ; also, an exact and impartial account of the chief passages of all kindes, within the dominions of England, Scotland, and Ireland.
Johnson, Thomas, fl. ca. 1773-1798. : Every man his own doctor; or The poor man's family physician: [electronic resource] : prescribing plain, safe, and easy means to cure them-selves, of the most disorders incident to this climate with very little charge, the medicines being the growth of this country, and about almost every man's plantation. / By Thomas Johnson.