Towers, Joseph, 1737-1799 -- Death and burial. : A sermon, occasioned by the death of the Rev. Joseph Towers, [electronic resource] : LL.D. delivered at Newington-Green, June 2d, 1799, by the Rev. James Lindsay, to which is added the oration, delivered at his interment, by the Rev. Thomas Jervis, .
Towers, William -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Trial of Bridgford, William Towers, Benjamin Horrobin, John Reddish, Samuel Mawley and Thomas Hardman for conspiracy [electronic resource] : at the General Quarter Sessions, held at the New Bailey Court House, Salford, on Saturday the 4th day of November, 1826 / taken in short hand by Mr. Stanfield.
Towerson, Gabriel, 1635?-1697. : The Christian's inheritance [electronic resource] : a sermon at the funeral of the Reverend Gabriel Towerson ... : preach'd at Welwyn, Octob. 21, 1697 / by George Stanhope ...
Towgood, Micaiah, 1700-1792. Dissent from the Church of England. : Appendix to the controversy between the Rev. Mr. White and the dissenting gentleman. Concerning certain points, particularly I. Church-Power, and in whom lodged. II. The Sacramental Test. III. Our Constitution in Church and State, more especially in regard to the Regal Supremacy: Which, not being essential to the Controversy, were, in the Course of it, on the Part of Mr. White, thought proper to be neglected, or very lightly touched upon, but now (it being closed) in compliance with the importunate and repeated Demands of that Gentleman, are fully and particularly considered, and fairly rescued from the many gross Misrepresentations, and fallacious Reasonings in the three first Sections of his third and last Letter, touching those Points. In a Letter to the Gentleman. By John White, B. D. Sometime Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge [electronic resource].
Towgood, Micaiah, 1700-1792. Dissent from the Church of England, fully justified. : Proposals for printing by subscription, A dissent from the Church of England, fully justified: and proved the genuine and just consequence of the allegiance due to Christ, the only lawgiver in the church. Being the dissenting gentleman's three letters and postscript, in answer to Mr. John White's on that subject [electronic resource].
Towgood, Micaiah, 1700-1792. Dissenting gentleman's answer. : A defence of the three letters to a gentleman dissenting from the Church of England, [electronic resource] : against a pamphlet, entitled, The dissenting gentleman's answer to the Reverend Mr. White's three letters, &c. By John White, B. D. Sometime Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge.
Towgood, Micaiah, 1700-1792. The dissenting gentleman's second letter to ... Mr. White. : A second defence of the three letters to a gentleman dissenting from the Church of England, against a pamphlet, entitled, The dissenting gentleman's second letter to the Reverend Mr. White, in Answer to his Three Letters, &c. To which is added, an appendix, Being a Vindication of the former Defence against the Dissenting Gentleman's Postcript to his Second Letter, &c. By John White, B. D. Sometime Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge [electronic resource].
Towle, James -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Reports of the trial of James Towle, at Leicester, August 10, 1816, for shooting at John Asher; of Daniel Diggle, in the Shire Hall, at Nottingham, March 18th, 1817, for shooting at George Kerry; also of John Clarke ... for firing at John Asher, in the attack on Messrs. Heathcoat and Boden's factory, at Loughbro'; including a variety of interesting particulars relative to Samuel Caldwell ... who along with James Towle, and John Slater, were the whole of the men concerned in that memorable outrage.