Thorburn, John, 1675-1758, : Unto the Right Honourable, the Lords of Council and Session, the petition of Mary Auchinleck spouse to Mr. James Daes, Mr. Ninian Home of Billie, Mr. [blank] Thorburn minister of the gospel at Kirk-newtoun, and the rest of the creditors of Mr. James Daes, ...
Thorburn, John, : Vindiciae magistratus : Or, The divine institution and right of the civil magistrate vindicated: wherein are properly stated and ascertained. The true nature and extent of the moral power of civil society and magistracy, legislative and executive. The just instituted authority of magistrates. The inviolableness if just human laws and constitutions in general, and particularly those of Scotland[.] The natural and unalienable rights of individuals in, or with respect of civil society. and, The true causes from which a moral relation flows, and upon which a moral obligation is founded, &c. Against the truly factious and immoral doctrine of John Thomson (Burgher associate) minister of the Gospel at Donagbhclony in Ireland, now at Kirkintilloch near Glasgow, maintained in his pretended confutation of the principles of the reformed presbytery, in a pamphlet intituled The presbyterian covenanter displayed in his political principles, and the impostor detected. By John Thorburn, minister of the Gospel at Pentland. To which is subjoined by way of appendix. A vindicatio.
Thorburn, June, 1931-1967. : The 3 worlds of Gulliver / directed by Jack Sher ; produced by Charles H. Schneer ; screenplay by Arthur Ross and Jack Sher.
Thorburn, Peter. : Agroforestry over shallow water tables the impact of salinity on sustainability / edited by Peter Thorburn.
Thorburn, Ray. : Art in schools : the New Zealand experience / [Department of Education, New Zealand]
Thorburn, Roberta. : Balancing conservation and production in grassy landscapes : proceedings of the Bushcare Grassy Landscapes Conference Clare, South Australia 19-21 August 1999 / edited by Tim Barlow and Roberta Thorburn.