Turco-Italian War, 1911-1912 -- Sources. : Réveiller l'archive d'une guerre coloniale : photographies et écrits de Gaston Chérau, correspondant de guerre lors du conflit italo-turc pour la Libye (1911-1912) / avant-propos et analyse historique de Pierre Schill.
Turco-Polish War, 1620-1621 -- Campaigns -- Early works to 1800. : Newes from Turkie and Poland. Or A true and compendious declaration of the proceedings betweene the great Turke, and his Maiestie of Poland, from the beginning of the warres, vntill the latter end. : With a relation of their daily millitary actions; shewing plainly how the warre continued and ended, peace was concluded, the troubles appeased, the articles of agreement confirmed, and a full league of amity ratified. / Translated out of a Latine copie, written by a gentleman of quality, who was an actor in all the businesse: and now with his consent published..
Turco-Polish War, 1620-1621 -- Early works to 1800. : Newes from Poland. : Wherein is truly inlarged the occasion, progression, and interception of the Turks formidable threatning of Europe. And particularly, the inuading of the kingdome of Poland. With many seuerall repulses he hath receiued from that braue and military nation: euen to this present moneth of October: as is truly collected out of the originall. / Published by authority..
Turco-Polish Wars, 1683-1699 -- Early works to 1800. : A memorial which His Excellency the Count de Thunn, envoy extraordinary from His Imperial Majesty, presented to the King of Great Brittain, the 3/13 of October : touching the raising of the siege from before Vienna. Entred according to order.
Turco-Polish Wars, 1683-1699 -- History -- Early works to 1800. : A true account of a bloody fight between the Turks and Christians from the imperial camp : and from the Spanish ambasssador to the Marquess de Grana; with an account likewise from Brussels, declaring the total overthrow of the Turkish army at Barkan, with the surrendering of the fort of Barkan to the Christians.
Turell, Jane, 1708-1735. -- Early works to 1800. : Memoirs of the life and death of the pious and ingenious Mrs. Jane Turell : Who died at Medford, March 26th 1735. Aetat. 27. collected chiefly from her own manuscripts by her consort the Revd. Mr. Ebenezer Turell, M. A. Pastor of the Church in Medford. To which is added, two sermons preached at Medford, the Lord's Day after her Funeral, by her father Benjamin Colman, D.D.
Turenne, Henri de La Tour d'Auvergne, 1611-1675. -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : The French-man's lamentation for the great loss of their noble general Mounsieur de Turenne. : Who was kill'd by a cannon, shot from a party of the Emperours army, which lay in ambuscade in a wood, and shot him in the breast, where he dyed immediately, and his Lieutenant was then killed by him, which was on the 3 of July 1675. Mounsieur Turenne being then in the 64th. year of his age, and had been Marshal of France just half his time, being 32 years. To the tune of, A fig for France and Holland too.