Titus, Silius, 1623?-1704. -- Early works to 1800. : Colonel Titus his address to Oliver Cromwell : prefix'd to a certain treatise, wherein the author (under the borrow'd name of William Allen) proves, that killing the usurper was no murder : to his highness Oliver Cromwell.
Killing oneself -- See Suicide --subdivision Suicidal behavior under classes of persons and ethnic groups
[Killingbeck, Samuel], -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800. : Richard Wilson, Esq; Samuel Killingbeck, Thomas Sawer, Thomas Micklethwaite, Thomas Cookson, Thomas Lodge, Thomas Fenton, Walter Stanhope, Richard Lepton, Esq; and Gervas Smith, ten of the trustees of the Advowson of the vicarage of Leeds, in the county of York; and James Scott, clerk; - - - appellants. Samuel Kirshaw, clerk; Thomas Denison, Robert Denison, William Preston, Francis Milner, Henry Pawson, Edmund Barker, Richard Tottie, Francis Blayds, John Brooke, Robert Dixon, Henry Smithson; Sir Henry Ibbetson, Baronet; and his Grace Matthew Lord Archbishop of York, respondents. The case of the respondents, Thomas Denison, Robert Denison, William Preston, Francis Milner, Henry Pawson, Edmund Barker, Richard Tottie, Francis Blayds, John Brooke, Robert Dixon, and Henry Smithson, eleven of the trustess of the said advowson of the vicarage of leeds; and of Sir Henry Ibbetson, another of the said trustees; and of Samuel Kirshaw, clerk....
Killingsworth, Cleve. : Contemporary Black biography. Volume 54 : profiles from the international Black community / Sara and Tom Pendergast, editors.
Killingsworth, M. Jimmie. : Facing it : epiphany and apocalypse in the new nature / M. Jimmie Killingsworth ; photographs by Mary Ann Jacob.
Killingsworth, : [The Apprehension, arraignment, and execution of E. Abbot] : as also the arraignement, conuiction, and execution of George Iaruis priest after the order of Saint Benedicts, both which suffered death on Munday the eleuenth of Aprill, 1608.
Killingworth, Grantham, 1699-1778. -- Early works to 1800. : An idea of Christian communion and Christian discipline. : To which is added, an appendix: containing short observations on Mr. Killingworth's answer to a letter from Philocatholicus, in defence of the late Rev. Dr. James Foster's sermon of Catholic communion.