Tate, Gary, : A guide to composition pedagogies / Gary Tate (Texas Christian University), Amy Rupiper-Taggart (North Dakota State University), Kurt Schick (James Madison University), H. Brooke Hessler (Oklahoma City University).
Tate, H. D. (Humphrey D.) : Formation and regulation of corporations in Pennsylvania [electronic resource] : embracing the full text of the corporation laws from 1874 to 1889, providing for the formation and regulation of all corporations of the first and second classes, building and loan associations, title and trust companies, street passenger railway companies, insurance companies, &c., and the laws pertaining to the formation, organization, and merger of railroad companies : also a full and complete set of forms for the organization, government, and dissolution of all corporations, and the corporation tax laws, together with the opinions of the Attorneys-General on all matters relating to corporations / first edition, compiled and arranged by M.M. Meredith [and] H.D. Tate.
Tate, J. : Medulla grammatices: or The reasons of grammar. : Being a new method to render ingenious persons ... considerable proficients in a very short time. There is also prefix'd a brief synopsis of such compacted rules, as any child may easily remember, and with little instruction fully understand. / By J. Tate.
Tate, J., active 1687. : Medulla grammatices: or The reasons of grammar. : Being a new method to render ingenious persons (thô of the weakest memory) considerable proficients in a very short time. There is also prefix'd a brief synopsis of such compact rules, as any child may easily remember, and with little instruction fully understand. / By J. Tate.
Tate, J. O. : Science and archaeology, Glasgow 1987 : proceedings of a conference on the application of scientific techniques to archaeology, Glasgow, September 1987 / edited by Elizabeth A. Slater and James O. Tate.
Tate, James, : Major est veritas, & praevalebit. [electronic resource] : A modern vindication of infant baptism, extracted from sacred Scripture, from rational argument, and from church history. / Presented to the candid publick by their humble servant, James Tate, A.M.