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  Moore-Smith convergence -- See Nets (Mathematics)   1
Moore, Stephen, -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : The case of [S]tephen Moore, Esq; in support of his petition, to be heard this day.  1734 1
  Moore, Stephen James, 1949-2014 -- See Moore, Steve, 1949-2014   1
Moore, Steve, 1949-2014. : Unearthing / written + narrated by Alan Moore ; photography and concept by Mitch Jenkins; musical score written, produced, and performed by Crook & Flail (Adam Drucker & Andrew Broder).  2010 1
  Moore, Stuart, 1875-1941 -- See Underhill, Evelyn, 1875-1941   1
  Moore, Sturge, 1870-1944 -- See Moore, T. Sturge (Thomas Sturge), 1870-1944   1
Moore, T. Inglis (Tom Inglis), 1901-1978. : A book of Australia / edited by Tom Inglis Moore.  1961 1
Moore, T. Sturge (Thomas Sturge), 1870-1944. : Poets & the Peacock dinner : the literary history of a meal / Lucy McDiarmid.  2014 1
Moore, T. Sturge (Thomas Sturge), 1870-1944 -- Correspondence. : W. B. Yeats and T. Sturge Moore : their correspondence, 1901-1937 / edited by Ursula Bridge.  1953 1
Moore, T. Sturge (Thomas Sturge), 1870-1944. -- Musical settings. : Wind's work / Arthur Benjamin ; poem by T. Sturge Moore.  1935 1
  Moore, T. (Thomas), 1779-1852 -- See Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852   1
Moore, Temple, 1856-1920. : Temple Moore : an architect of the late Gothic Revival / Geoffrey K. Brandwood ; with an essay on Leslie Moore by Tim Ellis.  1997 1
Moore, Terry, 1954- : UXL graphic novelists / Tom Pendergast and Sara Pendergast ; Sarah Hermsen, project editor.  2007 1
  Moore, Th. (Thomas), 1779-1852 -- See Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852   1
Moore Theological College (Newtown, N.S.W.) -- History. : A centenary history of Moore Theological College / by Marcus L. Loane.  1955 1
  Moore Theological College (Sydney, N.S.W.) -- See Moore Theological College (Newtown, N.S.W.)   1
  Moore, Tho. (Thomas), -- See Moore, Thomas, Senior   1
Moore, Thomas, -1672. -- Early works to 1800.   2
Moore, Thomas, -1672. -- Early works to 1800. : The reward of the wise: and the fruitful Christians future blessedness : Opened at the late funeral of that piously wise and faithful, fruitful servant of God and our Lord Jesus, Mr. Thomas Moore of Whittlesey, interred at the church in Coleman-Street July 8. 1672. By John Horne of Lin-Regis in the County of Norfolk.  1672 1
  Moore, Thomas, -1685 -- See More, Thomas, -1685   1
Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852.   8
Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852 -- Correspondence. : Memoirs, journal, and correspondence of Thomas Moore / edited by the Right Honourable Lord John Russell ...  1856 1
Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852 -- Criticism and interpretation.   4
Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852 -- Diaries.   2
Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852 -- Friends and associates. : The literary relationship of Lord Byron and Thomas Moore / Jeffery W. Vail.  2001 1
Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852 -- Illustrations.   3
Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852 -- Influence. : The literary relationship of Lord Byron and Thomas Moore / Jeffery W. Vail.  2001 1
Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852. : Comic illustrations to T. Moore's Irish melodies / by Sir C.E.S., Bart.  1865? 1
Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852. : Captain Rock detected, or, The origin and character of the recent disturbances, : and the causes, both moral and political, of the present alarming condition of the South and West of Ireland, fully and fairly considered and exposed / by a Munster farmer.  1824 1
  Moore's Irish melodies -- See Irish melodies   1
Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852. -- Musical settings.   16
Moore, Thomas, 1821-1887 : Thompson's gardener's assistant  1884 1
Moore, Thomas, active 17th century.   2
Moore, Thomas, -- Early works to 1800. : The bloudy persecution of the Protestants in Ireland : being the contents of severall letters brought by his Majesties post from Ireland, November the 21. 1641, wherein is related, how the rebels forces doe daily encrease, and how the Protestants still are destroyed by fire and sword, without any mercie, also, how many good townes and castles in the county of Monno, have beene consumed by fire. With a true rclation of the cruelty which the rebels used to Sir Patricke Dunson, by ravishing of his lady before his face, spurning of his children to death, and slaying his servants and himselfe after an unheard of bloudy manner. And how his lady was rescued by Sir Thomas Moore.  1641 1
Moore, Thomas, -- Early works to 1800. : Satans design discovered: vvho under a pretence of worshipping Christs person in heaven, would exclude God and Christ, the spirit and light, out of the world: and that he should no more dwell in his people as he hath done, till Doomsday, that so he might rule in the hearts of men and women, unrevealed, while the world endures, onely under the name of God and Christ, talked of at a distance, that he may rule in the creation, exalted above God. Clearly laid open in an answer to Thomas Moor, who calls his book an Antidote against the spreading infections, &c. Wherein is discovered the crooked ways the winding Serpent takes to save his head, and reproach the truth with lies, that by any means he might make people believe that a lying spirit is among the Quakers, but is found within him. With 48. lies, taken out from three times as many, and sent back to be proved by the founder of them, T.M. Also some particulars, what the Quakers holds ... / By a servant to truth, called James Nayler.  1655 1
Moore, Thomas, : An impartial examination and refutation of the erroneous tenents of Thomas Moor in his dangerous writings intituled Clavis Aurea &c. : wherein he is not ashamed to insinuate his being the Elias mentioned in Malachi, denies an Hell, or future punishment, and boldly asserts the inevitable salvation of all men.  1698 1
Moore, Thomas, -- Early works to 1800. : A second answer to Thomas Moore, to that which he calls, his Defence against the poyson, &c. : Wherein is shewed the crooked wayes, the Serpent is forced to take to keep God and his creatures at a distance, and yet would do it under the name of a teacher. But is seen to be the same, that perswaded man out from his guide in spirit, and now would keep him so, lest his unclean wayes in the heart of man should be discovered with the spiritual light of Christ; and so man should turn to the Lord, who is that spirit, and the vail be done away, ... Here is also 54. lies gathered out from amongst a multitude more, with T.M. hath heaped up for his defence, against the truth, which he calles the poyson of Satan, which are sent him back to the 48. that I sent him before, that he may either prove them, or they root with the founder, for the truth they touch not. / Set forth to clear the truth from this froth, cast upon it by the enemy thereof, By a friend to the seed of truth, called James Naylor.  1656 1
Moore, Thomas, : The he-goats horn broken, or, Innocency elevated against insolency & impudent falshood : in answer to two books against the people of God called Quakers : the one intituled, A fuller discovery, which is stuffed with such a multitude of lyes, slanders, and perverting the truth, as the like hath not been extant : the authors of which are John Horn, Thomas Moore Senior, and Thomas Moore Junior : and the other book is falsely called truth's triumph by John Horn : which are answered for the information of the people, and the clearing of the servants of God, and the way of truth to the simple hearted from the lyes, delusions and fallacies that have proceeded from the spirit of Antichrist and blasphemy, in these men aforesaid, who profess themselves ministers of Christ but are proved ministers of Satan and unrighteousness / by a witness of Christ and his work against all the works of darkness, G.W.  1660 1
  Moore, Thomas Neil -- See Rowe, Gary Thomas   1
  Moore, Thomas, 1478-1535 -- See More, Thomas, Saint, 1478-1535   1
Moore, Thomas, : The he-goats horn broken, or, Innocency elevated against insolency & impudent falshood : in answer to two books against the people of God called Quakers : the one intituled, A fuller discovery, which is stuffed with such a multitude of lyes, slanders, and perverting the truth, as the like hath not been extant : the authors of which are John Horn, Thomas Moore Senior, and Thomas Moore Junior : and the other book is falsely called truth's triumph by John Horn : which are answered for the information of the people, and the clearing of the servants of God, and the way of truth to the simple hearted from the lyes, delusions and fallacies that have proceeded from the spirit of Antichrist and blasphemy, in these men aforesaid, who profess themselves ministers of Christ but are proved ministers of Satan and unrighteousness / by a witness of Christ and his work against all the works of darkness, G.W.  1660 1
Moore, Thomas, -- Early works to 1800. : A refutation of the loose opinions, and licentious tenets wherwith those lay-preachers which wander up and downe the kingdome, labour to seduce the simple people. Or An examination and confutation of the erronious doctrines of Thomas More, late a weaver in Wells neare Wisbitch, in his book entituled The universality of Gods free grace in Christ to mankinde. : As also a full answer to the other Arminian tenets concerning, election, redemption, conversion, & perseverance. In which the principall arguments brought to maintain the orthodox faith are propounded, and the principall objections against them are answered. / By Thomas Whitfeild , minister of the Gospel at Great Yarmouth in Norfolk.  1646 1
Moore, Thomas, : A refutation of the loose opinions, and licentious tenets wherwith those lay-preachers which wander up and downe the kingdome, labour to seduce the simple people. Or An examination and confutation of the erronious doctrines of Thomas More, late a weaver in Wells neare Wisbitch, in his book entituled (The universality of Gods free grace in Christ to mankinde.). : As also a full answer to the other Arminian tenets concerning, election, redemption, conversion, & perseverance. In which the principall arguments brought to maintain the orthodox faith are propounded, and the principall objections against them are answered. / By Thomas Whitfeild, minister of the Gospel at Great Yarmouth in Norfolk.  1646 1
Moore, Thomas, 17th cent -- Early works to 1800. : Lamentable newes from Ireland : being, a true, perfect, and exact relation of the landing of 10000 men in that kingdom, who are rumor'd to be under the command of the Lord George Digby, who hath joyn'd himself to the rebels, who in their march toward Dublin, have fir'd two towns Racool and Sword, put both man, woman, and child to the sword. Also the sending forth of forces under Sir Thomas Moor to oppose the rebels proceeding, his happy fight, and joyfull victory, wherby their bloody proceedings were prohibited. Also, a strange apparition of two stars, which all the time during the skirmish, appeared in a most glorious manner over the Protestant army.  1642 1
  Moore, Thomas, 1478-1535 -- See More, Thomas, Sir, Saint, 1478-1535.   1
  Moore, Thomas Sturge, 1870-1944 -- See Moore, T. Sturge (Thomas Sturge), 1870-1944   1
  Moore, Thomas Terrell, 1954- -- See Moore, Terry, 1954-   1
  Moore, Thurston -- See also Sonic Youth (Musical group)   1
Moore, Timothy J. (Timothy John), 1948-   2
  Moore, Tom, 1779-1852 -- See Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852   1
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