A treasury of Yiddish stories
Howe, Irving ; Greenberg, Eliezer
New York. Schocken Books. (1973, c1954). ix, 630 p.

A Treasury of Yiddish stories
Howe, Irving ; Greenberg, Eliezer ; Shahn, Ben
New York, N.Y., U.S.A. Penguin Books. 1990. ix, 676 p.

A treasury or store-house of similes, 1600
Cawdrey, Robert
Menston. Scolar Press. 1969.

A treatie of justification: item, certain translations touching the said matter of justification
Pole, Reginald
Farnborough. Gregg Press. 1967.

A treaties on the law and practice of scire facias: on judgments, crown bonds, andrecognizances, with an appendix containing forms of affidavits, writs, please, and replications
Kelly, Edmund Meares
London. W. Benning & Co. 1849. xi, 379, (1), xcii p.

A treatife on the theory and practice of planting forest trees in every description of soil and situation: more particularly on elevated sites, barren heaths, rocky soils, etc : including directions for the planting and management of permanent screens; with useful hints on shelter and ornament
Pontey, W
Huddersfield. J. Harding. 1808. 232p.

A treatise
Northbrooke, John
New York. Garland Pub. 1974. 7, 148 p.

A Treatise addressed to the British House of Commons on the history revenue laws and government of the islands of Jersey and Guernsey
Bowditch, J B
London. Butterworth. [n.d.]. 126p.

A treatise against dicing, dancing, plays, and interludes: with other idle pastimes
Northbrooke, John ; Collier, J. Payne ; Shoberl, Frederic
London. reprinted for the Shakespeare Society. 1843. xx, 188p.

A treatise against iudiciall astrologie: two parts
Chamber, John
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1977.

A treatise against recusants, in defence of the oath of alegeance: with executions of consideration, for repressing the encrease of Papists
Cotton, Robert Bruce
London. Printed by Richard Hearn. 1641. 32p.

A treatise and discovrse of the lawes of the forrest: wherin is declared not onely those lawes, as they are now in force, but also the originall and beginning of forrestes, and what a forrest is in his owne proper nature, and wherein the same doth differ from a chase, a park, or a warren, with all such thinges as are incident or belonging thereunto, with their seuerall proper tearmes of art, as more at large doth appeare in the table in the beginning of this booke. Also a treatise on the purallee, declaring what purallee is, how the same first began, what a purallee man may doe, how he may hunt and vse his owne purallee, how far he may pursue and follow after his chase, together with the lymits and boundes, aswell of the forrest, as the puralley
Manwood, John
London. Printed by Thomas Wight and Bonham Norton. 1598. (xiv) (348) p.

A treatise an the registration of ownership of land in Ireland
Glover, William Erskine
Dublin. Falconer. 1933.

A treatise collected ovt of the statutes of this kingdome, and according to common experience of the lawes, concerning the office and authorities of coroners and sheriffes: together with an easie and plaine method for the keeping of a Court leet, Court baron, and hundred Court, &c
Wilkinson, John
(London?). 1641. 240, 118 p.

A treatise concerning civil government
Tucker, Josiah
New York. A. M. Kelley. 1967. v, 428 p.

A treatise concerning civil government, in three parts
Tucker, Josiah
London. printed for T. Cadell. 1781.

A treatise concerning enthusiasme: as it is an effect of nature: but is mistaken by many for either divine inspiration, or diabolicall possession
Casaubon, Meric ; Daniel, Roger ; Johnson, Thomas
London. printed by Roger Daniel, and are to be sold by Thomas Iohnson, at the Golden Key in St. Paul's Church-yard. 1656. [14], 297 p.

A treatise concerning enthusiasme
Casaubon, Meric ; Korshin, Paul J
Gainesville. Scholars' Facsimiles and Reprints. 1970.

A treatise concerning enthusiasme,as it is an effect of Nature: but is mistaken by many for either divine inspiration, or diabolical possession
Casaubon, Meric ; Calder, John
London. Printed by R. D. and are to be sold by Tho. Johnson. 1655. [xxvi],228p.

A treatise concerning enthusiasme, as it is an effect of nature: but is mistaken by many for either divine inspiration, or disabolicall possession
Casaubon, Meric
London. Printed by Roger Daniel. 1656.

A treatise concerning estates tayle and discents of inheritance
N.N
London. Printed for John Grove. 1641. 42p.

A treatise concerning eternal and immutable morality
Cudworth, Ralph ; Chandler, Edward
London. Printed for J. and J. Knapton. 1731. xii, (8), 303 p.

A treatise concerning eternal and immutable morality: with, A treatise of freewill
Cudworth, Ralph ; Hutton, Sarah
Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 1996. xxxvi,218p.

A treatise concerning heaven and its wonders, and also concerning hell: beinga relation of things heard and seen
Swedenborg, Emanuel
London. Hodson, (etc.); (etc). 1817. li, 528 p.

A treatise concerning marriage: wherein the unlawfulness of mixt marriages is laid open from the scriptures
West, Moses
London. printed and sold by J. Phillips. 1780. 46, [2] p.

A treatise concerning religious affections
Edwards, Jonathan ; Young, David
Glasgow. printed for Chalmers and Collins...[et al]. 1825. 19cm.

A treatise concerning the arte of limning
Hilliard, Nicholas ; Norgate, Edward ; Thornton, R. K. R ; Cain, T. G. S
Ashington. MidNorthumberland Arts Group. 1992. 119p.

A treatise concerning the art of limning: (including an) Introductory note on Nicholas Hilliard'sTreatise concerning 'The art of limning' (and) 'A few words on the early art of miniature painting as practised by Hilliard and others' by Philip Norman : from the First Annual Volume of the Walpole Society, 1911-1912
Hilliard, Nicholas ; Norman, Philip
(London). Walpole Society. (1912).

A treatise concerning the broken succession of the Crown of England: inculcated about the laterend of the reign of Queen Elizabeth, not impertinent for the better compleating of the general information intended
Parsons, Robert
London. (s.n.). 1655. 167 p.

A treatise concerning the causes of the magnificencie and greatness of cities
Botero, Giovanni ; Peterson, Robert
London. R. Ockould. 1606. 108 p.

A treatise concerning the last judgment, and the destruction of Babylon: shewing that all the predictions contained in the Revelation, are at this day fulfilled ... and A continuation concerning the last judgment and the spiritual world
Swedenborg, Emanuel
London. Hindmarsh (etc.; etc.). 1788-1791. 2 v. in 1.

A treatise concerning the militia: in four sections, I.Of the militia in general, II.Of the Roman militia, III.The proper plan of a militia, for this country, IV.Observations upon this plan
Dorset, Charles Sackville ; C.S
London. Printed for J. Millan. 1753. 64p.

A treatise concerning the militia: in four sections, I.Of the militia in general, II.Of the Roman militia, III.The proper plan of a militia, for the country, IV.Observations upon this plan
Dorset, Charles Sackville ; S., C ; C.S
Dublin. printed by George Faulkner. 1752. vi,7-46,[2]p.

A treatise concerning the principles of human knowledge
Berkeley, George ; Berkeley, George
London. Printed for J. Dodsley ... and J. Wilkie. 1776. (4), 315, (5) p.

A treatise concerning the principles of human knowledge
Berkeley, George ; Dancy, Jonathan
Oxford. Oxford University Press. 1998. vi,237p.

A treatise concerning the principles of human knowledge
Berkeley, George ; McCormack, Thomas J
La Salle, Illinois. Open Court Publishing Company. 1963. 128p.

A treatise concerning the principles of human knowledge: with critical essays
Berkeley, George ; Turbayne, Colin M
Indianapolis. Bobbs-Merrill Educational. c.1970.

A treatise concerning the principles of human knowledge: Part I
Berkeley, George
Dublin. Printed by Aaron Rhames for Jeremy Pepyat. 1710. iii, (3), 214 p.

A treatise concerning the principles of human knowledge
Berkeley, George
Menston. Scolar Press. 1971. (2),355p.

A treatise concerning the properties and effects of coffee: by Benjamin Moseley
Moseley, Benjamin
London. Printed for the author, and sold by John Stockdale, opposite Burlington-House, Piccadilly. 1785. (2), xxxi, (1), 69, (1) p. (the last blank).

A treatise concerning the right use and ordering of bees
Southerne, Edmund
London. International Bee Research Association. c1981. 24leaves.

A treatise concerning the right use of the Fathers, in the decision of the controversies that are this day in religion
Daille, Jean ; Smith, Thomas
London. Henry G. Bohn. 1843. xxiv, 359 p.

A treatise concernynge the diuision betwene the spiritualtie and temporaltie
Saint German, Christopher
(Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1972). 46 (i.e. 92) p.

A treatise containing an entire new method of solving adfected quadratic, and cubic equations: with their application to the solution of biquadratic ones... and a set of new tables for finding the roots of cubics, invented by the late ingenious Mr. A. Thacker, deceased; but calculated entirely
Brown, W ; Thacker, A
Birmingham. printed ... by T. Aris. 1748.

A treatise containing an entire new method of solving adfected quadratic, and cubic equations, with their application to the solution of biquadratic ones ... And a set of new tables for finding the roots of cubics: invented by the late ingenious Mr. A. Thacker ... calculated entirely
Brown, W
Birmingham. Printed by Thomas Aris. 1746.

A treatise conteyning the true catholike and apostolike faith, 1593
Rainolds, William ; Bruce, Robert
(Menston). ScolarPress. 1970. (12) 447 (14) p.

A treatise describing the construction and explaining the use of new celestial and terrestrial globes: designed to illustrate in the most easy and natural manner, the phenomena of the earth and heavens, and to shew the correspondence of the two spheres; with a great variety of astronomical and geographical problems
Adams, George
London. Printed for... Dudley Adams. 1810.

A treatise explanatory of the nature and properties of pollaplasiasmos; or the original invention ofmultiplying pictures in oil colours
Booth, Joseph
(London. Printed by Rozea. 1784). 62 p.

A treatise, how Almose ought to be distributed
Bucer, Martin
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1976. 29 p.

A treatise in the practice of the Queen's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer of Pleas, in Ireland, in personal actions and ejectments
Ferguson, William Dwyer
Dublin. Andrew Milliken. 1841. 2 v, in 3 pts.

A treatise intitled: Beware of M. Jewel
Rastell, John
Antuerpiae. ex officina Joannis Fouleri. 1566.

A treatise of agriculture
Dickson, Adam ; Donaldson, A ; Donaldson, A ; Reid, J ; Millar, A ; Dodsley, Robert ; Dodsley, James ; Richardson, J
Edinburgh. printed by A. Donaldson and J. Reid. For the author, and A. Donaldson. Sold by A. Millar; R. and J. Dodsley; and J. Richardson, London. 1762. xvi, 427, [1] p., 2 leaves of plates.

A treatise of algebra
Macäurin, C
A. Millar and J. Nourse. 1748.

A treatise of algebra: wherein the fundamental principles are demonstrated and applied to the solution of a great variety of problems : to which is added, the construction of a great number of geometrical problems, with the method of resolving the same numerically
Simpson, Thomas
London. Printed for J. Nourse. 1745. [10], 402 p.

A treatise of algebra: wherein the principles are demonstrated and applied in many useful and interesting enquiries ... :to which is added, the geometrical construction of a great number of linear and plane problems; with the method of resolving the same numerically
Simpson, Thomas
London. Printed for J. Nourse. 1767. (10), 402 p.

A treatise of algebra
Wallis, John
London. [s.n.]. 1685.

A treatise of algebra, in three parts
Maclaurin, Colin
New York. Readex Microprint. 1970. 5 microop.aques.

A treatise of algebra, in three parts: to which is added an appendix concerning the general properties of geometrical lines
Macäurin, Colin
London. J. Nourse. 1771. 432 p., (12) fold. leaves of plates.

A treatise of algebra, in three parts ... to which is added, An appendix, concerning the general properties of geometrical lines
Macäurin, Colin
London. printed for C. Nourse, J. F. and C. Rivingtons, T. Longman, G. G. J. and J. Robinsons, T. Cadell, W. Lowndes, and S. Hayes. 1788. [14],504p.,plates.

A treatise of antient and present geography: Together with a sett of maps, both of antient and present geography, shewing the difference between each, by bare inspection of the maps, and design'd for the use of young students in the universities
Wells, Edward ; Bowyer, William ; Bonwicke, James ; Bonwicke, Rebecca ; Walthoe, John ; Wilkin, Richard ; Ward, Thomas
London. printed by W. Bowyer, for R. and J. Bonwicke, J. Walthoe, R. Wilkin, and T. Ward. MDCCXXVI [1726]. [16], 181, [31]p., [1] leaf of plate.

A treatise of architecture: with remarks and observations necessary for young people, who would apply themselves to that noble art
Le Clerc, Sebastien ; Sturt, John ; Chambers, Ephraim
London. printed and sold by Richard Ware. 1732. 2 v.

A treatise of artificial magnets
Michell, J
Printed by J. Benthan. 1750.

A treatise of baptism: Wherein that of believers, and that of infants, is examined by the Scriptures : with the history of both out of antiquity : making it appear, that infants baptism was not practiced for near 300 years after Christ &c : With a reply to Mr. Wills in defence of the said treatise and a second reply to Mr. Baxter in defence of the same : as also a rejoynder to Mr. Wills his Vindici©Œ, with an answer to his appeal
Danvers, Henry ; Smith, Francis
London. Printed for Francis Smith at the Elephant and Castle near the Royal Exchange in Corn-hill. 1675. [50],387,[1]p.

A treatise of book-keeping, or, Merchant accounts
Malcolm, Alexander
New York . Garland. 1986. vi,148p.

A treatise of celestial mechanics
Laplace, Pierre Simon ; Harte, Henry Hickman
Dublin. Printed for R. Milliken. 1822-27. 2 v. in 1.

A treatise of Christian equitie and moderation: delivered publikely in lectures and now published by the consent of his assignes in Cambridge by a preacher of the word [W. Crashawe]
Perkins, M. W ; Crawshawe, H
Cambridge. printed by John Legat for W.Crawshawe. 1604. [12],90p.

A treatise of Christian religion or, The whole bodie and substance of divinitie
Cartwright, Thomas ; T.C ; C, T
London. by Felix Kyngston for Thomas Man. 1616.

A treatise of church-lands & tithes: in two parts
Forbes, William
Edinburgh. printed by the heirs and successors of Andrew Anderson. 1705. 450, 36, 44 p.

A treatise of civil power in ecclesiastical causes: shewing that it is not lawfull for any power on earth to compell in matters of religion
Milton, John ; Newcomb, Thomas
London. printed by Tho. Newcomb. 1659. [12], 83p.

A treatise of civil power in ecclesiastical causes: shewing that it is not lawful for any power on earth to compel in matters of religion
Milton, John
London. Re-Printed for J. Johnson. 1790. vii, [1], 47, [1] p.

A treatise of civil power in ecclesiastical causes: shewing that it is not lawfull for any power on earth to compell in matters of religion
Milton, John
London. Effingham. 1839. 36p.

A treatise of commerce
Wheeler, J ; Hotchkiss, George Burton
New York. New York university press. 1931.

A treatise of commerce: Wherein are shewed the commodities arising by a well ordered and ruledtrade, such as that of the Societie of merchants adventurers is proued to be. Written principally for the better information of those who doubt of the necessarinesse of the said societie in the state of the realme of England
Wheeler, John
London . J. Harison. 1601. 125 (i. e. 126) p.

A treatise of commerce: wherein are shewed the commodities arising by a well ordered and ruled trade such as that ofthe Societie of Merchants Adventurers is proved to be
Wheeler, John
Farnborough. Gregg International. 1968.

A treatise of confidence in the mercy of God: for the consolation of those souls that are thrown into discouragement by fear : to which is added, a treatise on the false happiness of worldly people, and the true happiness of a Christian life
Languet de la Villeneuve de Gergy, Jean Joseph
London. printed for J. Marmaduke. 1768. 276 p. [6].

A treatise of confidence in the mercy of God, for the consolation of those souls that are thrown into discouragement by fear: To which is added, a treatise on the false happiness of worldly people, and on the truehappiness of a Christian life
Languet de la Villeneuve de Gergy, Jean Joseph
xii,[3]-260,[2]p.

A treatise of consumptions and other distempers belonging to the breast and lungs
Blackmore, Richard
London. John Pemberton. 1724. xxxvii,223p.

A treatise of conversion: preached and now published for the use of those that are strangers to a true conversion, especially the grosly ignorant and ungodly
Baxter, Richard
London. Printed by R. W., for Nevil Simmons. 1657. 307p.

A treatise of death, the last enemy to be destroyed: shewing wherein its enmity consisteth, and how it is destroyed
Baxter, Richard
London. printed for J. Knight... and sold by R. Baynes... and Gosling and Co. 1819. ii, 124 p.

A treatise of diseases of the head, brain, and nerves: more especially of the palsy, apoplexy, lethargy, epilepsy, convulsions, frenzy, vertigo, megrim, inveterate head-ach, &c. : with directions for their thorough cure, and how these and many other deplorable nervous distempers, may be prevented as well as cured, and consequently many lives saved, by the medicines herein, in English ... : to which is subjoin'd A discourse of the nature, real cause and certain cure of melancholly in men, and vapours in women
Physician
[London]. Printed, and sold by the author's appointment. 1721. [6], 74 p.

A treatise of ecclesiastical benefices and revenues
Sarpi, Paolo ; Jenkinf, Tobias ; Lockman
Westminster. Printed for Oliver Payne. 1736. cv,260p.

A treatise of English particles: shewing much of the variety of their significations and uses in English
Walker, William
London. M. Garthwait. 1670.

A treatise of English particles: with a praxis upon the same
Waller, William
London. Printed by J. N. for Robert Pawlet. 1683.

A treatise of English particles, 1655
Walker, William
Menston. Scolar P. 1970. (19),220,(84)p.

A treatise of equity
Ballow, Henry ; Fonblanque, John de Grenier
London. J. & W. T. Clarke. 1820. 2 v.

A treatise of equity. In six books. Under the following heads: (divided into chapters.) 1. Of the nature of equity, and of agreements in general. 2. Of uses and trusts. 3. Of mortgages and pledges. 4. Of last wills and testaments. 5. Of damages and interest. 6. Of evidence
Watts, Henry ; Gilbert, Geoffrey
Dublin. Printed by Henry Watts, Law-Book-seller, No. 3, Christ-Church-Lane, adjoining the Four Courts. 1792. [188] p. : 8vo.

A treatise of faith and repentance
Fuller, F
London. 1684.

A treatise of feme coverts: or, The lady's law: Containing all the laws and statutes relating to women ... To which are added, Judge Hide's very remarkable argument in the Exchequer-chamber, term. Trin. 15 Car. 2. in the case of Manby and Scot, whether and in what cases the husband is bound by the contract of his wife: and select precedents, of conveyances in all cases concerning feme coverts
Clarendon, Edward Hyde
(London) In the Savoy. Printed by E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling (assigns of B. Sayer) for B. Lintot, and sold by H. Lintot. M DCC XXXII. viii, 264, (16) p.

A treatise of fevers: wherein are set forth the causes, symptoms, diagnostics, and prognostics... : together with the method of cure according to modern practice
Ball, John
London. printed for the author. 1758.

A treatise of fluxions: in two books
Maclaurin, Colin
Edinburgh. Printed by T.W. & T. Ruddimans. 1742. 2 v.

A treatise of fluxions
Maclaurin, Colin
New York. Readex Microprint. 1970. 11 microop.aques.

A treatise of fluxions
Macäurin, C
T.W. and T. Ruddimans. 1742.

A treatise of formal logic: its evolution and main branches, with its relations to mathematics and philosophy
Jorgensen, Jorgen
New York. Russell & Russell. 1962.

A treatise of freewill
Cudworth, Ralph ; Allen, John
London. John W. Parker. 1838.

A treatise of fruit-trees: shewing the manner of grafting, planting, pruning and ordering them in all respects
Austen, R. A
Oxford. Printed by Henry Hall. 1657. 140p.

A treatise of fruit-trees: shewing the manner of planting, grafting, pruning and ordering of them in all respects
Austen, Ralph
Oxford. by William Hall for Amos Curteyne. 1665.

A treatise of fruit-trees
Hitt, Thomas
London. Printed for Robinson and Roberts. 1768.

A treatise of gauging: or, the modern practical gauger, containing, besides all the principal rules usually given on the subject, a great variety of new and interesting improvements ... illustrated with necessary examples
Moss, Thomas
London. printed for Z. Stuart, and J. Johnson. 1768. [12],303,[1]p.

A treatise of gavelkind, both name and thing: Shewing the true etynologie and derivation of the one, the nature, antiquity, and original of the other. With sundry emergent observations, both pleasant and profitable to be known of Kentish-men and others, especially such as are studious, either of the ancient custome, or the common law of this kingdome
Somner, William
London. Printed by R. And W. Leybourn, for the authour, and are to be sold by John Crooke, and Daniel White. 1660. (20), 216 p.

A treatise of ghosts: being the Psichologie, or Treatise upon apparitions and spirits, of disembodied souls, phantom figures, strange prodigies, and of other miracles and marvels, which often presage the death of some great person, or signify some swift change in public affairs
Taillepied, Noe˜l ; Summers, Montague
London. Fortune Press. (1933). xix, 263 p.

A treatise of God's effectual calling
Rollock, Robert
London. by Felix Kyngston. 1603.

A treatise of good taste in the art of musick
Geminiani, Francesco ; Donington, Robert
New York. Da Capo Press. 1969.

A treatise of health and long life, with the sure means of attaining it, in two books
Lessius, Leonardus ; Cornaro, Luigi ; Smith, Timothy
London. Hitch. 1743. 2 vols in 1.

A treatise of holy dedication both personal and domestick
Jacombe, Thomas
London. R. Smith. 1668. (62), 252 p.

A treatise of humane reason
Clifford, Martin
London. Printed for Henry Brome. 1675.

A treatise of human nature
Hume, D
Clarendon. 1888.

A treatise of humilitie
Rodriguez, Alfonso
London. 1654.

A treatise of husbandry on the improvement of dry and barren lands
Hitt, Thomas
London. Printed for the author. 1760.

A treatise of japaning and varnishing: being a compleat discovery of thosearts, with the best way of making all sorts of varnish ... together with above an hundred distinct patterns for japan-work ... engraven on 24 large copper-plates
Stalker, John ; Parker, George
Oxford . Printed for, and sold by the authors, George Parker, at Mr. Richard Woods House over against the Theater. 1688. (8), 84 p., 24 plates.

A treatise of Japanning and varnishing
Stalker, John ; Parker, George
A. Tiranti. 1960.

A treatise of japanning and varnishing 1688
Stalker, John ; Parker, George
London. Tiranti. 1971. 84p.

A treatise of knowledge and love compared
Baxter, Richard
London. Printed for Thomas Parkhurst. 1689. 342p.

A treatise of language
Johnson, Alexander Bryan ; Rynin, David
New York. Dover. 1968. 443p.

A treatise of laying on of hands: with the history thereof both from the Scripture and antiquity : Wherein an account is give how it hath been pracitsed in all ages since Christ, the mistakes about it rectified and the sence of Heb.6.2. cleared
Danvers, Henry
London. Printed for Fran. Smith at the Elephant and Castle near the Royal Exchange in Cornhil. 1674. [2]3-60p.

A treatise of Lewisham (but vulgarly miscalled Dulwich) wells in Kent: shewing the time and manner of their discovery, the minerals with which they are impregnated, the several diseases experience hathfound them good for, with directions for the use of them, &c
Peter, John
London. Printed by Tho.James for Sam. Tidmarsh. 1680. (130) p.

A treatise of libertie from Judaisme or, An acknowledgement of true Christian libertie
Traske, John
London. by W.Stansby for N. Butter. 1620.

A treatise of magic incantations
Pazig, Christianus ; Goldsmid, Edmund
Edinburgh. Priv. print. 1886. 54 p.

A treatise of maritim surveying, in two parts, with a prefatory essay on draughts and surveys
McKenzie, Murdoch
London. printed for Edward and Charles Dilly. 1774. xxiii,[1],119,[1]p.,plates.

A treatise of mechanics: theoretical, practical, and descriptive
Gregory, Olinthus
London. Printed for George Kearsley. 1807. 3v.

A treatise of mechanics
Poisson, S. D
Longman. 1842.

A treatise of mechanics, theoretical, practical and descriptive
Gregory, Olinthus
London. Whittaker. 1826.

A treatise of mechaniks: or, The science of the effects of powers or moving forces, as apply'd to machines, demonstrated from its first principles. Done out of French. In this translation are inserted particular references to the several propositions in Euclid, on which the demostrations are built: with considerable additions
Rohault, Jacques ; Watts, Thomas
London. Printed for E. Symon and sold by F. Clay. 1717. (xvi), 160 p., 3 plates.

A treatise of melancholie: containing the causes thereof, & reasons of the strange effects it worketh in our minds and bodies, with the phisicke cure, and spirituall consolation for such as haue thereto adioyned an afflicted conscience
Bright, Timothie
London. by Thomas Vautrollier. 1586. (24), 284 (i.e. 286), (2) p.

A treatise of melancholie
Bright, Timothie
New York. Columbia University Press for the Facsimile Text Society. 1940. xxii, [26], 284 p.

A treatise of melancholy: contayning the causes thereof, and reasons of the straunge effects it worketh in our minds and bodies... the difference betwixt it, and melancholy, with diverse philosophicall discourses touching actions, and affections of soule, spirit and body
Bright, Timothie
London. John Windet. 1586. [15], 276 p.

A Treatise of Metallica
London. Great Seal Patents Office. 1858. 50p.

A treatise of metallica but not that which was published byMr. Simon Sturtevant upon his patent, which is now by ordercancelled and made voyd
Rovenzon, John
London. Printed for Thomas Thorp. 1613.

A treatise of midwifery: comprehending the management of female complaints, and the treatment of children in early infancy
Hamilton, Alexander
Edinburgh. printed for Charles Elliot; G. G. J. and J. Robinson, London; and W. Gilbert, Dublin. 1785. xxii,[3],18-327,[1]p.