Moore, Thomas, 1737 or 8-1823. : A sermon preached December 20, 1778, [electronic resource] : in the parish church of North Cray, in Kent, occasioned by the death of the Rev. William Hetherington, A.M. of North Cray Place, And Rector of Farnham Royal, in Buckinghamshire, who died December 1, 1778, aged 80. By Thomas Moore, A. M. Rector of North Cray and Foot's Cray, And formerly Fellow of Worcester College, Oxford.
Moore, Thomas, Chief Clerk in the Bankrupts' office. : Precedents in bankruptcy [electronic resource] : containing forms of petitions in all cases which occur in the prosecution of commissions of bankruptcy; with The Practice of striking Docquets-Suing out Commissions-Presenting Petitions-Obtaining Orders, Certificates, &c. - with the Fees to be paid for the Same-Commissioners Proceedings, &c. To which is added, an alphabetical abstract of the whole statute law relating to bankrupts: Calculated As an useful Office Book, for Solicitors, Attornies, Clerks, &c. By Thomas Moore, (late of the Bankrupt's Office.).
Moore, Thomas, d. 1720. : The honesty of protestant dissenters vindicated [electronic resource] : in answer to Mr. Peers's character of an honest dissenter, in twelve marks. With some remarks on his additional preface. By Thomas Moore, M.A.
Moore, Thomas, officer of excise. : An address to the inhabitants of Great Britain on the dangerous and destructive tendency of the French system of liberty and equality, [electronic resource] : with an historical account of the French revolution, the imprisonment and sufferings of the Royal family, and the deliberate murder of the unfortunate King of France. By Thomas Moore, Officer of Excise, Wetherby.
Moore, Thomas R., / editor. : Creasy and Resnik's maternal-fetal medicine : principles and practice / editors, Robert Resnik, Charles J. Lockwood, Thomas R. Moore, Michael F. Greene, Joshua A. Copel, Robert M. Silver.
Moore, Thomas R., 1941- : A thick and darksome veil : the rhetoric of Hawthorne's sketches, prefaces, and essays / Thomas R. Moore.
Moore, Tim John. : Critical thinking and language : the challenge of generic skills and disciplinary discourses / Tim John Moore.
Moore, Tim (North Carolina state legislator), / intervenor-defendant-appellee. : In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, Joaquín Carcaño, et al., plaintiffs-appellees, v. Patrick McCrory, in his official capacity as Governor of North Carolina, defendant-appellee, and Phil Berger, in his official capacity as President pro tempore of the North Carolina Senate, and Tim Moore, in his official capacity as Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives, intervenors/defendants-appellees : on appeal from the United States District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina : brief of the National Education Association and North Carolina Association of Educators as amici curiae in support of plaintiffs-appellants / Alice O'Brien, Eric A. Harrington, Carrie Bumgardner.