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Taboada, E. Nunez de: Constitution politique de la monarchie espagnole, promulguée à cadix le 19 mars 1812, et jurée à Madrid par le Roi Ferdinand VII., le 7 mars 1820, précédée du rapport de la commission des cortès chargée de présenter le projet de constitution. Traduit de l'espagnol en français, par E. Nunez de Taboada, directeur de l'interprétation générale des langues. Bruxelles, J. Maubach, 1820.xiii 42 p. (In; Brochures économiques et politiques.)

Taylor, Charles B.: Edward; or, almost an Owenite. By Charles B. Tayler, M.A. Rector of St. Peter's, Chester. Author of records of a good man's life; social evils, and their remedy; may you like it. London, Seeleys & etc. 1840. 50 p.

Temblaire, Ch.-Ed.: Extinction du paupérisme par Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte. Publié par M. Ch.-Ed. Temblaire. 4. éd. Paris sept. 1848. 55, [ix] p.

Thelwall, John: The rights of nature, against the usurpations of establishments. A series of letters to the people of Britain, occasioned by the recent effusions of the Right Honourablo Edmund Burke. 3.ed. 2 parts. London, H. D. Symonds, 1796. 1. part: [ii,] 92 p. 2. part: 121 p.

Thiers, Louis Adolphe: Histoire de la Révolution française, par M. A. Thiers de l'Académie française. Tom. II-VII. Francfort S/M, H. Bechhold, 1854. Tom. II: 460p. Tom. III: 438 p. Tom. IV: 404 p. Tom.V: 420 p. Tom. VI: 380 p. Tom. VII: 511 p. 1 carte.

Thommes, T. H.: Thomas Morus, Lord-Kanzler von England. Historisches Gemälde der despotischen Willkürherrschaft Heinrich VIII. und des grossen Abfalles von der katholischen Kirche, nebst einer Skizze der Folgezeit. Nach authentischen Quellen bearbeitet, und unserer Zeit der kirchichen Bewegung in Deutschland zur Schau und Betrachtung aufgestellt von T. H. Thommes, Domcapitular, Ritter des Sanct Grogor-Ordens. Augsburg, Matth. Rieger, 1847. xxiii, 404 S.

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Thompson, T. Perronet: Exercises, political and others. Vol. IV. u. V. London, E. Wilson, 1842. Vol. IV: viii, 580 p. Vol. V: viii, 460 p.

Thompson, William: An inquiry into the principles of the distribution of wealth most conductive to human happiness. By William Thompson, author of “ Labour rewarded,” “ An appeal of women,” &c. &c. A new ed. by William Pare. London, W. S. Orr & Co., 1850. xxxii, 463 p.

Thomson, William: see, The chartist circular.

Thornhill, Thomas: see, The Fleet papers.

Thornton, William Thomas: On labour. Its wrongful claims and rightful dues. Its actual present and possible future. 2. ed. London, Maccmillan, 1870. xii, 499, 39 p.

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Tooke Thomas: Thoughts and details on the high and low prices of the last thirty years. In 4 parts. Part II. on the effect of war. Part III. On the effect of the seasons. Part IV. A table of the prices of various commodities, from 1782 to 1822, with statements of quantities; preceded by some general remarks. By Thomas Tooke, F.R.S. London, J. Murray, 1823. viii, 61, 185 85 77 p. (In; Considesations on the state of the currency.)

_______ : Thoughts and details on the high and low prices of the thirty years, from 1793 to 1822. By Thomas Tooke, F.R.S. In 4 parts. 2. ed. London, J. Murray, 1824. xi, 392, 15, 39, 79 p. 1 tab.

_______ : Considerations on the state of the currency. By Thomas Tooke, F.R.S. 2. ed. London, J. Murray, 1826. vi, 196p.

_______ : A history of prices, and of the state of the circulation, from 1793 to 1837; preceded by a brief sketch of the state of the corn trade in the last two centuries by Thomas Tooke, Esq., F.R.S. Vol. I in 2 vols. London, Longman & others 1838. iv, 376 p.

Torrens, Robert: On wages and combination. By R. Torrens, Esq. M.P. F.R.S. London, Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown Green, & Longman, 1834. xi, 133 p.

[Townsend, Joseph] Free thoughts on despotic and free governments, as connected with the happiness of the governor and the governed. London, C. Dilly, 1781 316 p.

_______ : A dissertation on the poor laws. By a well-wisher to mankind. 1786. Republished. London, Ridgways, 1817. xii 108 p.

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Tridon, G.: Les hérbertistes. Plainte contre une calomnie de l'histoire. Paris, Chez l'autheur, 1864. 48 p. (In; Brochures socialistes.)

_______ : Gironde et Girondins. La Gironde en 1869 et en 1793. n.d. 32 p. (In; Brochures socialistes.)

Trollope, Frances: The life and adventures of Michael Armstrong, the factory boy. London, H. Colburn, 1840. viii, 387p. 24 illustr.

[Tucker, Josiah]: A brief essay on the advantages and disadvantages which respectively attend France and Great Britain, with regard to trade. With some proposals for removing the principal disadvantages of Great Britain. In a new method. 2.ed. corrected, with large additions. London T. Trye, 1750. xii, 166 p. (In; Reflections on the present matters.)

_______ : Reflections on the expediency of a law for the naturalization of foreign protestants: in two parts. Part 1. Containing historical remarks on the disposition and behaviour of the natives of this island, in regard to foreigners; occasioned by the rejection of the late naturalization bill. By Josiah Tucker, M. A. Rector St. Stephen's in Bristol, and chaplain to the Right Reverned the Lord Bishop of Bristol. London, T. Trye, 1751. viii, 72 p. (In; Reflections on the present matters.) (With signature: T. Erskine, May)

_______ : A letter to a friend concerning naturalizations shewing, I. What a naturalization is not; II. What it is; III. What are the motives for the present clamours against the bill passed last sessions for enabling the Parliament to naturalize such Jews, as they shall approve of. IV. Setting forth the nature of this affair considered in a religious light. V. Proposing a scheme for the prevention of all future naturalizations, by explaining, how the same ends may be obtained in a way much more efficacious, and altogether popular. With an hint relating to the Orphan Fund in the city of London. By Josiah Tucker, M. A., rector of St. Stephen's in Bristol, and chaplain to the Right Rev, the Lord Bishop of Bristol. 2. ed. corrected. London, T. Trye, 1753. 29 p. (In; Reflections on the present matters.) (With signature: T. Erskine, May)

_______ : Four tracts, together with two sermons, on political and commercial subjects. By Josiah Tucker, D. D. Dean of Gloucester. Glocester, J. Rivington, 1774. xv, 216, 21, 35 p. (In; Reflections on the present matters.)

_______ : Tract V. The respective pleas and arguments of the mother country, and of the colonies, distinctly set forth; and the impossibility of a compromise of differences, or a mutual concession of rights, plainly demonstrated. With a prefactory epistle, to the plenipotentiaries of the late congress at Philadelphia. 2. ed. By Josiah Tucker, D. D. Dean of Gloucester. Glocester, T. Cadell, 1776. xvii, 60 p. (In; Reflections on the present matters.)

_______ : Reflections on the present low price of coarse wools, its immediate causes, and its probable remedies. By Josiah Tucker, D.D. Dean of Gloucester. London, T. Cadell, 1782. 46 p. (In; Reflections on the present matters.) (With signature: T. Erskine, May)

_______ : Reflections on the present matters in dispute between Great Britain and Iceland; and on the means of converting these articles into mutual benefits to both kingdoms. By Josiah Tucker, D.D. Dean of Gloucester. London, T. Cadell, 1785. vi, 41 p. (With notes and signature in handwriting: Life of Dean Tucker by Thomas Erskine, May Esq. 8 p./T. Erkins, May)

Tuckett, J. D.: A history of the past and present state of the labouring population, including the progress of agriculture, manufactures, and commerce, shewing the extremes of opulence and destitution among the operative classes. With practical means for their employment and future prosperity. 2 vols. London, Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans & E. Nettleton, 1846. Vol. I: xviii, 322 p. Vol. II: xviii, 323-878 p.


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