Taunt, Henry. : The England of Henry Taunt, Victorian photographer; his Thames, his Oxford, his home counties and travels, his portraits, times and ephemera / edited by Bryan Brown.
Taunton & Pawtucket Street Railway Company, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Between Federal Trust Company, a corporation duly established under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and having a usual place of business in Boston, in the county of Suffolk, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, plaintiff, and Bristol County Street Railway Company, a street railway corporation established under the laws of said Commonwealth, and Taunton & Pawtucket Street Railway Company, a street railway corporation duly established under the laws of said commonwealth, defendants [electronic resource] : reservation and report to the Supreme Judicial Court.
Crime -- Massachusetts -- Taunton. : The blood of Abel, and the blood of Jesus considered and improved, [electronic resource] : in a sermon delivered at Taunton, December the first, 1763. Upon the day of the execution of Bristol, a Negro boy of about sixteen years old, for the murder of Miss Elizabeth McKinstry. / By Sylvanus Conant, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Middleborough. ; [Four lines of Scripture quotations]
Diphtheria -- England -- Taunton. : Dr. Blaxall's report upon the long continued prevalence of diphtheria in the urban sanitary district of Taunton, and on the sanitary condition of the town / [F.H. Blaxall].
Taunton (England) -- History -- Early works to 1800. : Die Sabbathi, 24 Maii, 1645. It is this day ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that a collection be made of all well-affected persons : within the cities of London, Westminster, and parishes within the bills of mortality, and likewise within the county of Middlesex; the associated counties late of the Earl of Manchesters association, and the four associated counties late of Sir William Wallers association, to be imployed for the relief of the poor distressed inhabitants of the town of Taunton, and such of the adjacent places, to be disposed of, as to the Committee of the West shall be thought meet and convenient.