Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant (Pa.) -- Congresses. : Three Mile Island reactor pressure vessel investigation project : achievements and significant results : proceedings of an open forum sponsored by the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency and the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Boston (USA), 20-22 October 1993.
Three queries and answers to them. : A Sober ansvver to a scandalous paper termed Three queries, and answers to them : privately spread abroad to amuse the people and disaffect them to the King and his late Christian declaration for liberty of conscience, by calling in question the legallity of it.
Shepherd, Thomas, : A defence of the Discourse of schism : in answer to those objections, which Mr. Shepherd has made in his Three sermons of separation, &c. By Tho. Bennet, M. A. Rector of St James's in Colchester, and Fellow of St John's College in Cambridge.
Three Sisters (Schooner) : An interesting trial of Edward Jordan and Margaret his wife, who were tried at Halifax, N.S. Nov. 15th, 1809, for the horrid crime of piracy and murder, committed on board the schooner Three Sisters, Captain John Stairs, on their passage from Perce to Halifax [electronic resource] : with a particular account of the execution of said Jordan.
Lisle, John, -- Early works to 1800. : A key to the Kings cabinet; or Animadversions upon the three printed speeches, of Mr Lisle, Mr Tate, and Mr Browne, spoken at a common-hall in London, 3. July, 1645. : Detecting the malice and falshood of their blasphemous observations made upon the King and Queenes letters.
McHugh, Heather, : Poetry for students. Volume 24 : presenting analysis, context and criticism on commonly studied poetry / Anne Marie Hacht and Ira Mark Milne, project editors ; foreword by David Kelly.
Jelinger, Christopher. : Usury stated overthrown: or, usuries champions with their auxiliaries, shamefully disarmed and beaten : by an answer to its chief champion, which lately apeared in print to defend it. And Godliness epitomized by Christopher Jelinger, M.A. Beza upon Matth. May a man with a safe conscience lend upon usury? No surely. And holy Usher, Arch-Bishop of Armagh, in his Body of divinity, pag. 300. Q. What is that which we call usury? It is lending in expectation of certain gain. So he well stateth it against usury ill stated by T. P. Q. What do you think of it? If we speak of that properly, which the scripture condemneth, it is a most wicked and unlawful contract; which if we live and die in, without repentance, we are excluded out of the Kingdom of Heaven. Psal. 15.1,5. Ezek. 18.12,13. and chap. 22. But there is much questioning, which is that usury which the scripture condemneth. Therefore it will be our wisdom wholly to forbear it, and not to put our souls, which are of more value than the whole world, upon nice discourses, and subtil distinctions. Thus this holy ma.