Trapier, Paul, 1806-1872. : The religious instruction of the black population : a gospel to be given to our servants. A sermon preached in several of the Protestant Episcopal Churches in Charleston on Sundays in July 1847, by the Rev. Paul Trapier, Charleston, S.C. Printed by Miller & Brown. A discussion on "the religious instruction of the blacks" in the Charleston Mercury, between "Many citizens" and the Rev. J.B. Adger.
Trapnel, Anna. : Anna Trapnel's report and plea : or, a narrative of her journey from London into Cornwall / edited by Hilary Hinds.
Trapnel, Anna. -- Early works to 1800. : A legacy for saints; : being several experiences of the dealings of God with Anna Trapnel, in, and after her conversion, (written some years since with her own hand) and new coming to the sight of some friends, they have judged them worthy of publike view; together with some letters of a latter date, sent to the congregation with whom she walks in the fellowship of the Gospel, and to some other friends.
Trapp, Joseph, 1679-1747. : A single combat, or, Personal dispute between Mr. Trapp, and his anonymous antagonist : the contents whereof are all reducible to this one question, viz. whether Mr. Trapp, or the author his adversary has writ nonsense?
Trapp, Joseph, 1679-1747. -- Early works to 1800. : A Letter from St. Stephen's to St. Paul's occasion'd by the Revd Doctor Trapp's sermon peached before the Lord Mayor and Aldermen, on Friday January 30. 1729/30. : Very proper to be perused by all gentlemen concerned in the East-India trade.
Trapp, Joseph, 1679-1747. : A vindication of the Faults on both sides, from the reflections of the Medley, the specimen-maker, and a pamphlet, entituled, Most faults on one side. With a dissertation on the nature and use of money and paper-credit in trade, and the true Value of Joint-Stocks, maintaining the Assertions of the Author, in Relation to those Matters. By the author of the Faults on both sides.