Trudinger, Philip A. : Early Organic Evolution [electronic resource] : Implications for Mineral and Energy Resources / edited by Manfred Schidlowski, Stjepko Golubic, Michael M. Kimberley, David M. McKirdy, Philip A. Trudinger.
True Believer. : An apology for the naturalization of the Jews. : Containing, I. An Account of the Charters, Privileges and Immunities granted to the Jews, by the Kings of England, five hundred Years ago. II. The most popular Objections to their Naturalization, fairly stated and fully answered. III. The Naturalization of the Jews an Advantage to the Kingdom in general, and to Commerce in particular. IV. The probable happy Consequences of it to the Christian Religion. V. The Privileges enjoyed by the Jews in Foreign Countries, superior to those proposed to be granted them, by Parliament. VI. The Nature, Purport and Design of the present Bill, explained and justified by Facts. By a True Believer.
True Berean. : An antidote against bigotry in religion, or, A discourse proving from the testimony of kings, nobles, judges, bishops, deans, doctors, &c. : that wise and good men may differ one from another both in doctrine and discipline, and maintain Christian charity amongst themselves / by a True Berean.
True Bleu. : The humours of Portsmouth : or, all is well, that ends well. A farce of three acts. By True Bleu.
True-born Irishman. : An address to the Irish Roman Catholics, on the necessity of arming the government and constitution with the whole energies of Ireland, at the present crisis. This Address was begun in October last. It was finished, and the greater part of it printed early in December, as a defensive warning against a meditated invasion. The invasion has been since attempted and failed. But the design is not laid aside. The French Directory continue their hostile preparations, and they have publicly declared to their Armies, that they will immediately again attempt it. Their Peace with Austria renders this probable. There can be now no neutrality for Irishmen. If the vessel incur a danger, all who are on board her are equally exposed to suffer. This is the time for Irisic Loyalty. Thirty thousand French Plunderers can make no impression upon 4 or 5,000,000 of Irishmen, if we are but faithful to ourselves.
True Britain. : A view of the present divisions in Great-Britain, by the leaders of parties, which may encourage a French invasion. : With proposals to the Queen and Parliament for healing those divisions, in order to prevent our dangers from enemies at home and abroad. Wherein is maintain'd, that it is in the power, and ought to be the care and endeavour of our governors to suppress them; and that this may be done with the consent and to the satisfation of all honest English men of either party. By a true Britain.
True British Societies. : Proposals for insurance on marriage, by the True British Societies; at their Office, at the Vine, the lower end of St. Michael Crooked-Lane, London.
True Citizen. : An answer to the counter address of a pretended free-citizen. : Humbly addressed to the Right Honourable Sir James Taylor, Knt. Lord Mayor of the city of Dublin. By a true citizen.
True Commonwealths-man. : A copy of a letter written to an officer of the Army by a true Commonwealths-man, and no courtier : concerning the right and settlement of our present government and governors.