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T. Lucretii Cari de Rerum Natura libros sex, ad exemplarium MSS. fidem recensitos, longe emendatiores reddidit, commentariis perpetuis illustravit, indicibus instruxit (1796-1797) [Lucretius]
Tabella Cibaria. The Bill of Fare: a Latin Poem, implicitly translated and fully explained in copious and interesting Notes, relating to the Pleasures of Gastronomy, and the Mysterious Art of Cookery (1820) [M'Quin]
“Table-Talk”, Poems (1782) [Cowper]
Table-talk, or, Original Essays (1821-1822) [Hazlitt]
The Table Book; or, Daily Recreation and Information concerning remarkable Men, Manners, Times, Seasons (1827-1828) [Hone]
Tableau de l'Espagne moderne (1807) [Bourgoing]
Tableau de Paris (1782-1788) [Mercier]
Tactique des assemblées législatives, suivie d'un traité des sophismes politiques; ouvrage extrait des manuscrits de M. J. Bentham (1816) [Dumont]
A Tale of two Cities (1859) [Dickens]
“Tale of the Mill”, The Pilgrimage, and Other Poems (1856) [Egerton]
A Tale of Mystery: a Melo-drame (1802) [Holcroft]
A Tale of Rosamund Gray and Old Blind Margaret (1798) [Lamb]
A Tale of Paraguay (1825) [Southey]
A Tale of a Tub. Written for the Universal Improvement of Mankind. To which is added, an Account of a Battel between the Antient and Modern Books in St. James’s Library (1704) [Swift]
Tales by the O'Hara Family (1825) [Banim]
Tales from Chaucer in Prose: designed chiefly for the use of Young Persons (1833) [Clarke]
Tales (1812) [Crabbe]
Tales of the Hall (1819) [Crabbe]
Tales, Songs and Sonnets (1865) [Dalby]
Tales of Fashionable Life (1809-1812) [Edgeworth]
Tales of my Landlord: New Series, containing Pontefract Castle (1820) [Fearman]
Tales, and Historic Scenes, in Verse (1819) [Hemans]
Tales of the Wars of Montrose (1835) [Hogg]
Tales of an Indian Camp (1829) [Jones]
Tales from Shakespear: designed for the use of Young Persons (1807) [Lamb]
Tales of Terror (1801) [Lewis]
Tales of Wonder (1801) [Lewis]
The Tales of the Genii, or the Delightful Lessons of Horam, the Son of Asmar, translated from the Persian Manuscript (1764) [Ridley]
Tales of the East: comprising the most Popular Romances of Oriental Origin, and the best Imitations by European Authors: with New Translations, and Additional Tales, never before published: to which is prefixed an introductory Dissertation, containing the Account of each Work, and of its Author, or Translator (1812) [Weber]
“Tales of My Landlord. Third Edition”, Quarterly Review (January 1817) [Scott]
Tales of a Grandfather; being Stories taken from Scottish History (1828-1831) [Scott]
Tales of a Traveller. By Geoffrey Crayon, Gent (1824) [Irving]
Tales of my Landlord (1816-31) [Scott]
“Tales of the Chapel. Book XLIV”, Literary Gazette (17 July 1819) [Croly]
Tales of the Crusaders (1825) [Scott]
“The Talisman”, Tales of the Crusaders (1825) [Scott]
Talks with Mr. Gladstone (1898) [Tollemache]
“Talma”, New Monthly Magazine (July 1822) [Sheil]
“Tam O’ Shanter”, The Antiquities of Scotland (1789-91) [Burns]
Tamerlane. A Tragedy. (1702) [Rowe]
The Taming of the Shrew (1623) [Shakespeare]
“Tapiser's Tale”, Fraser's Magazine (February 1858) [Hunt]
Tartuffe (1664) [Moliere]
The Task: a Poem, in Six Books (1785) [Cowper]
The Tatler (1830-1832) [Hunt]
“Letter to Swing”, The Taunton Courier (8 December 1830) [Smith]
Taunton Reform Meeting: Speech of Mr. Sydney Smith ([1831]) [Smith]
“Taxation and the Corn-laws”, Edinburgh Review (January 1820) [McCulloch]
The Tea-table Miscellany: or, a Collection of Scots Sangs (1724-1727) [Ramsay]
The Teachers of the People; a Tract for the Time: with an Introductory Address to the Rt. Hon. Sir John Taylor Coleridge (1862) [Coleridge]
“Tears of Scotland”, The Union: or select Scots and English Poems (1753) [Smollett]
Tekeli, or, the Siege of Montgatz. A Melo Drame in Three Acts (1806) [Hook]
Telluris theoria sacra : orbis nostri originem & mutationes generales, quas aut jam subiit, aut olim subiturus est, complectens : libri duo priores de diluvio & Paradiso (1681) [Burnet]
The Tempest (1623) [Shakespeare]
“The Temple”, New Monthly Magazine (March 1821) [Roscoe]
Tender Precautions; or the Romance of Marriage (1851) [Serle]
The Tender Husband, or, the Accomplish'd Fools: a Comedy (1705) [Steele]
Tentamen de metris ab Aeschylo in choricis cantibus adhibitis (1809) [Burney]
Teseide (1340) [Boccaccio]
“The Testimonium, a Prize Poem, by James Scott, Esq.”, Blackwood's Magazine (July 1820) [Lockhart]
Thaddeus of Warsaw (1817) [Porter]
Thalaba the Destroyer (1801) [Southey]
A Thanksgiving Sermon (1786) [Hazlitt]
Thanksgiving Ode, January 18, 1816, with other short Pieces, chiefly referring to recent Public Events (1816) [Wordsworth]
The Life of the most Reverend Dr. John Tillotson, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. Compiled chiefly from his Original Papers and Letters (1752) [Birch]
The Suppliants (463 BC) [Aeschylus]
Theatrum Poetarum, or, a Compleat collection of the Poets: especially the most eminent, of all Ages, the Antients distinguish't from the Moderns in their several Alphabets: with some Observations and Reflections upon many of them, particularly those of our own Nation: together with a Prefatory Discourse of the Poets and Poetry in generall (1675) [Phillips]
Thebaid (90 c.) [Statius]
La Thebayde, ou les Frères ennemis. Tragédie (1664) [Racine]
Thelyphthora; or, a Treatise on Female Ruin: in its Causes, Effects, Consequences, Prevention, and Remedy; considered on the basis of the Divine Law (1780-1781) [Madan]
“Theodore and Honoria”, Fables Ancient and Modern; translated into Verse, from Homer, Ovid, Boccace, & Chaucer: with Original Poems (1700) [Dryden]
“Theodore Hook”, Quarterly Review (May 1843) [Lockhart]
Theodore Hook: A Sketch (1852) [Lockhart]
Theodric; a Domestic Tale; and other Poems (1824) [Campbell]
“Theodric”, Quarterly Review (March 1825) [Smedley]
Theogony (700 BC c.) [Hesiod]
Theologia eklektikē: a Discourse of the Liberty of Prophesying: shewing the Unreasonablenes of Prescribing to other Mens Faith and the Iniquity of Persecuting Differing Opinions (1647) [Taylor]
Thesaurus linguæ Latinæ compendiarius: or, a Compendious Dictionary of the Latin Tongue, designed for the use of the British Nations (1736) [Ainsworth]
Thesaurus graecae linguae ab H. Stephano constructus (1816-1828) [Barker]
Thesaurus Græcæ poeseōs; sive, lexicon Græco-prosodiacum; versus, et synonyma (1762) [Morell]
“Thiebault’s Anecdotes of Frederic the Great”, Annual Review for 1805 (1806) [Southey]
Things as they are; or, the Adventures of Caleb Williams (1794) [Godwin]
Thinks-I-to-Myself. A serio-ludicro, tragico-comico Tale, written by Think's-I-to-Myself, Who? (1811) [Nares]
Third letter to Archdeacon Singleton (1839) [Smith]
Thirteen Letters on our Social Condition: addressed to the Editor of the Sheffield Courant (1832) [Arnold]
“This Lime-tree Bower my Prison”, Annual Anthology (1799-1800) [Coleridge]
Thomas à Becket. A Dramatic Chronicle. In Five Acts (1840) [Darley]
Thomas Carlyle; a History of the first forty years of his Life, 1795-1835 (1882) [Froude]
Thomas Poole and his friends (1888) [Sandford]
Thomas Woolner, R.A., Sculptor and Poet; his Life in Letters (1917) [Woolner]
Thor (1800 ca.) [Hunt]
“The Thorn”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1798) [Wordsworth]
Thoughts on the Cause of the Present Discontents (1770) [Burke]
“Thoughts and Facts respecting the Civilization of Africa”, New Monthly Magazine (December 1830) [Campbell]
“Thoughts on Bores”, Janus; or, the Edinburgh Literary Almanack (1826) [Edgeworth]
Thoughts occasioned by the Perusal of Dr. Parr's Spital Sermon, preached at Christ Church, April 15, 1800: being a Reply to the Attacks of Dr. Parr, Mr. Mackintosh, the Author of an Essay on Population, and others (1801) [Godwin]
Thoughts on Man: his Nature, Productions, and Discoveries: interspersed with some Particulars respecting the Author (1831) [Godwin]
Thoughts on the Restriction of Payments in Specie at the Banks of England and Ireland (1803) [King]
“Thoughts on Presents of Game, &c.”, Athenaeum (30 November 1833) [Lamb]
Thoughts on the Causes of the Present Failures (1793) [Roscoe]
Thoughts chiefly designed as preparative or persuasive to Private Devotion (1824) [Sheppard]
Thoughts upon Slavery (1774) [Wesley]
Thoughts on the Education of Daughters: with Reflections on Female Conduct, in the more important Duties of Life (1787) [Wollstonecraft]
The Thousand and One Nights: commonly called, in England, the Arabian nights' Entertainments (1839-1841) [Lane]
Three Months passed in the Mountains East of Rome, during the Year 1819 (1820) [Callcott]
“The Three Graves”, The Friend: a Literary, Moral, and Political Weekly Paper, excluding personal and party Politics and the Events of the Day (1809-1810) [Coleridge]
The Three Brothers: a Romance (1803) [Pickersgill]
Three Warnings to John Bull before he dies: By an Old Acquaintance of the Public (1798) [Pillans]
Three Years in North America (1833) [Stuart]
“Three Cottage Girls”, Memorials of a Tour on the Continent, 1820 (1822) [Wordsworth]
“The Three Kates”, The Literary Souvenir (1825) [Jerdan]
Through the Long Day; or, Memorials of a Literary Life during half a Century (1887) [Mackay]
Thyestes: a Tragedy (1681) [Crowne]
Tieste, tragedia (1797) [Foscolo]
“Timber, or Discoveries made upon men and matter”, The Workes of Benjamin Jonson. The Second Volume (1641) [Jonson]
The Times. A Poem (1764) [Churchill]
Times Alteration: or, The Old Mans Rehearsall, what Braue Dayes he knew a great while agone, when his Old Cap was new: To the Tune of, He nere be drunke againe (1629 c.) [Parker]
Timon of Athens (1623) [Shakespeare]
Timour the Tartar: a grand romantic Melo-drama in Two Acts (1811) [Lewis]
Hieronymi Magii De Tintinnabulis liber postumus (1664) [Madden]
“Tirocinium, or a Review of Schools”, The Task: a Poem, in Six Books (1785) [Cowper]
Tis Pitty she's a whore (1633) [Ford]
Titus Andronicus (1594) [Shakespeare]
Tixall Poetry; with Notes and Illustrations (1813) [Clifford]
“To Lucy”, Vignettes: in Verse (1818) [Betham]
“To ——. Imitation of an Old Poet”, Literary Gazette (8 August 1818) [Procter]
“To —, on Her First Ascent to the Summit of Helvellyn”, The River Duddon: a Series of Sonnets; Vaudracour and Julia: and other Poems; to which is annexed, a topographical Description of the country of the Lakes, in the north of England (1820) [Wordsworth]
“To Ailsa Rock”, Literary Pocket-Book (1819) [Keats]
“To Anthemoe”, Poems on Various Subjects (1802) [Dermody]
“To Autumn”, Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes and other Poems (1820) [Keats]
“To Bowles”, Morning Chronicle (26 December 1794) [Coleridge]
“To Burke”, Morning Chronicle (9 December 1794) [Coleridge]
“To the Right Honourable Lord Byron”, The Sun (26 October 1815) [Taylor]
“To C. Aders, Esq. on his Collection of Paintings by the old German Masters”, The Year Book of Daily Recreation and Information (19 March 1831) [Lamb]
“To Charles Lamb, on reading John Woodville, a Tragedy”, The British Magazine (1830) [Clare]
“To a Charles Lloyd, on his proposing to domesticate with the Author”, Poems: by S. T. Coleridge, second Edition. To which are now added Poems by Charles Lamb, and Charles Lloyd (1797) [Coleridge]
“To Charles Lloyd. An Unexpected Visitor”, Poems: by S. T. Coleridge, Second Edition. To which are now added Poems by Charles Lamb, and Charles Lloyd (1797) [Lamb]
“To Charles Lamb. Written over a Flask of Sherris”, London Magazine (July 1825) [Procter]
“To Charles Lamb on the Reviewal of his Album Verses in the Literary Gazette”, The Times (6 August 1830) [Southey]
“To Charles Cowden Clarke”, Poems by John Keats (1817) [Keats]
“To Charles Lamb”, Foliage, or: Poems original and translated (1818) [Hunt]
“To Delewarr”, Fugitive Pieces (1806) [Byron]
“To Elia”, London Magazine (August 1822) [Clare]
“To Emilia Viviani”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
“To Emma, Learning Latin, and Desponding”, Blackwood's Magazine (June 1829) [Lamb]
“To Enterprise”, Ecclesiastical Sketches (1822) [Wordsworth]
“To Fayette”, Morning Chronicle (26 December 1794) [Coleridge]
To the Right Hon[our]able John Hookham Frere in Malta (1834) [Rose]
“To Gathered Roses”, Leigh Hunt's London Journal (10 September 1834) [Towers]
“To George Colman, Esq., Deputy-Licenser of Plays”, New Monthly Magazine (December 1824) [Banim]
“To George, Earl Delawarr”, Hours of Idleness, a Series of Poems, original and translated (1807) [Byron]
“To Helen R.”, Literary Gazette (1 September 1821) [Maginn]
“To Henry Robertson, John Gattie, and Vincent Novello, admonishing them for being late for an Appointment”, Foliage, or: Poems original and translated (1818) [Hunt]
“To J. S****”, Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect (1786) [Burns]
“To J. H., four years old”, Foliage, or: Poems original and translated (1818) [Hunt]
“To Jane: The Invitation”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
“To Jane: The Recollection”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
“To Joanna”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1800) [Wordsworth]
“To John Hamilton Reynolds, on his lines upon the Story of Rimini”, Foliage, or: Poems original and translated (1818) [Hunt]
“To Judith”, Life and Letters of Thomas Campbell (1849) [Campbell]
“To Kosciusko”, Morning Chronicle (16 December 1794) [Coleridge]
“To Lord Stanhope”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“To M. Say: on some fundamental principles in statistics, and the causes of the present stagnation of commerce”, New Monthly Magazine (January-February 1821) [Gray]
To Marry, or not to Marry: a Comedy, in Five Acts (1805) [Inchbald]
“To Mary”, Fugitive Pieces (1806) [Byron]
“To Mary, on receiving her Picture”, Hours of Idleness, a Series of Poems, original and translated (1807) [Byron]
“To Mr Cyriack Skinner upon his Blindness”, Letters of State, written by Mr. John Milton, to most of the Sovereign Princes and Republicks of Europe (1694) [Milton]
“To Mr. Jervas, with Fresnoy's Art of Painting, translated by Mr. Dryden”, The Art of Painting (1716) [Pope]
“To Mr. Murray”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“To Mr. Murray”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“To Mrs. Hemans”, The Literary Gazette (7 July 1821) [Barton]
“To Mrs Siddons”, Morning Chronicle (29 December 1794) [Lamb]
“To My Sister”, Poems: by S. T. Coleridge, second Edition. To which are now added Poems by Charles Lamb, and Charles Lloyd (1797) [Lamb]
“To My Son”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“To Penelope, January 2d, 1821”, John Bull (28 May 1821) [Byron]
“To Pitt”, Morning Chronicle (23 December 1794) [Coleridge]
“To Pity”, Scots Magazine (May 1773) [Roscoe]
“To Priestley”, Morning Chronicle (11 December 1794) [Coleridge]
“To [Robert Batty] on his giving me a Lock of Milton's Hair”, Foliage, or: Poems original and translated (1818) [Hunt]
“To Samuel Rogers, Esq. on the new Edition of his Pleasures of Memory”, The Times (13 December 1833) [Lamb]
“To Sheridan”, Morning Chronicle (29 January 1795) [Coleridge]
“To Sir Hudson Lowe”, Morning Chronicle ([October?] 1818) [Moore]
“To T. Stothard, Esq”, The Athanaeum (21 December 1833) [Lamb]
“To T. L. H., six years old”, The Examiner (1 September 1816) [Hunt]
“To Thyrza”, Childe Harold (1812-1818) [Byron]
“To Two Sisters”, Poems by Samuel Rogers (1812) [Rogers]
“To W. S*****n, Ochiltree”, Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect (1786) [Burns]
“To William Godwin, Author of Political Justice”, Morning Chronicle (10 January 1795) [Coleridge]
“To William Shelley”, The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1839) [Shelley]
“To Wordsworth”, Alastor or, the Spirit of Solitude, and other Poems (1816) [Shelley]
“To a Mountain Daisy”, Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect (1787) [Burns]
“To a Mouse”, Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect (1786) [Burns]
“To a Bottle of Old Port”, Literary Gazette (28 April 1821) [Maginn]
“To a Plumassier”, Morning Chronicle (March 16 1812) [Moore]
“To a Friend on his Marriage”, Poems by Samuel Rogers (1812) [Rogers]
“To a Voice that had been lost”, Poems by Samuel Rogers (1812) [Rogers]
“To a Bird, that haunted the Water of Lacken, in the Winter”, Poems on Several Occasions (1813) [Thurlow]
“To a Sexton”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1800) [Wordsworth]
“To a Beautiful Quaker”, Hours of Idleness, a Series of Poems, original and translated (1807) [Byron]
“To a Fly, taken out of a Bowl of Punch”, Odes to Kien Long, the present Emperor of China; with The Quakers, a Tale; To a Fly, drowned in a Bowl of Punch; Ode to MacManus, Townsend, and Jealous, the Thief-takers . . . &c. &c. &c. (1792) [Wolcot]
“To a Friend, together with an Unfinished Poem”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“To a Friend in answer to a Melancholy Letter”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“To a Friend who had declared his Intention of writing no more Poetry”, Sibylline Leaves: a Collection of Poems (1817) [Coleridge]
“To a Friend on his Marriage”, Literary Gazette (21 August 1819) [Procter]
“To a Lady”, Hours of Idleness (1807) [Byron]
“To a Pimple on Tom's Nose”, Literary Gazette (31 October 1818) [Jerdan]
“To a Poetical Friend on his Marriage”, Literary Gazette (11 September 1819) [Read]
“To a Spider running across a Room”, The Liberal (1823) [Hunt]
“To a Young Ass”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“To a Young Lady, with a Poem on the French Revolution”, The Watchman (1 March 1796) [Coleridge]
“To a celebrated female Performer in The Blind Boy”, Album Verses, with a few others (1830) [Lamb]
“To a Young Lady”, Monthly Magazine (March 1797) [Lamb]
“To an Oak in the Garden of Newstead Abbey”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“To my Friend Maister John Fletcher, upon his faithfull Shepheardesse”, The Faithfull Shepherdesse (1609) [Beaumont]
“To my Friend, The Indicator”, The Indicator (27 September 1820) [Lamb]
“To the Author of Poems published anonymously at Bristol”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“To the Hon Mr Erskine”, Morning Chronicle (1 December 1794) [Coleridge]
“To the Princess of Wales: written during her Separation from the Prince”, Monthly Magazine (September 1796) [Coleridge]
“To the Rev. W. J. H.”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“To the Rev. Mr. Newton: an Invitation into the Country”, Poems (1782) [Cowper]
“To the Worthy, Humane, Generous, Reverend, and Noble, Mr. Frederick Cornwallis, now Archbishop of Canterbury”, A Collection of Poems by Several Hands (1748-1758) [Davies]
“To the Countess of Eglintoun, with The Gentle Shepherd”, The Gentle Shepherd: a Scots Pastoral Comedy (1725) [Hamilton]
“To the Ancient Banner of the House of Buccleuch”, Scots Magazine (December 1815) [Hogg]
“To the Author of Poems, published under the Name of Barry Cornwall”, London Magazine (September 1820) [Lamb]
“To the Poet Cowper on his Recovery from an Indisposition”, Monthly Magazine (December 1796) [Lamb]
“To the Torso”, Poems by Samuel Rogers (1812) [Rogers]
“To the youngest daughter of Lady * *”, Poems by Samuel Rogers (1812) [Rogers]
“To the right worshipfull, my singular good Frend, M. Gabriell Harvey, Doctor of the Lawes”, Foure Letters, and certaine Sonnets: especially touching Robert Greene, and other Parties, by him abused (1592) [Spenser]
“To the Author's Portrait”, Yarrow Revisited, and other Poems (1835) [Wordsworth]
“To the small Celandine”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1800) [Wordsworth]
“To the Author of the Beautiful Lines signed Helen”, Literary Gazette (15 August 1818) [Croly]
“To the Countess of Blessington”, Annales romantiques for 1827-8 (1828) [Byron]
“To the Ivy”, The Literary Gazette (23 June 1821) [Hemans]
“To the Po”, Conversations of Lord Byron: noted during a Residence with his Lordship at Pisa, in the Years 1821 and 1822 (1824) [Byron]
“To the Prince Regent”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“To the Rainbow”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1821) [Campbell]
“To the Rev. J. T. Becher”, Poems on Various Occasions (1807) [Byron]
“To the Spirit of Poetry”, Literary Gazette (25 August 1821) [Cartwright]
“To the Pious Memory of the accomplisht Young Lady Mrs. Anne Killigrew”, Poems by Mrs. Anne Killigrew (1686) [Dryden]
“To-morrow”, Popular Tales (1804) [Edgeworth]
Der Tod Abels (1758) [Gessner]
“Todd's Edition of Spenser”, Edinburgh Review (October 1805) [Scott]
“Todd’s Works of Edmund Spenser”, Annual Review for 1805 (1806) [Southey]
A Token for Children: being an Exact Account of the Conversion, Holy and Exemplary Lives and Joyful Deaths of several young Children (1672) [Janeway]
Tom Brown's School Says (1857) [Hughes]
“Tom Pry's Wife”, The New Times (28 February, 1825) [Lamb]
Tom Crib's Memorial to Congress: with a Preface Notes and Appendix (1819) [Moore]
Tom Thumb. A Tragedy (1730) [Fielding]
“The Tomb of Douglas”, Poems: by S. T. Coleridge, second Edition. To which are now added Poems by Charles Lamb, and Charles Lloyd (1797) [Lamb]
“Tomorrow”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
The Ton; or, Follies of Fashion. A Comedy (1788) [Wallace]
Topographical Account of the Hundred of Bosmere, in Hampshire: comprising the Parishes of Havant, Warblingten, and Hayling (1817) [Bingley]
A Topographical History of Surrey (1850) [Brayley]
A Topographical Description of the Western Territory of North America: containing a Succinct Account of its Soil, Climate, Natural History, Population, Agriculture, Manners, and Customs (1792) [Imlay]
The Topography of Troy, and its Vicinity; illustrated and explained by Drawings and Descriptions (1804) [Gell]
The Tor Hill (1826) [Smith]
A Tour round North Wales, performed during the Summer of 1798; containing not only the Description and Local History of the Country but also, a Sketch of the History of the Welsh Bards; and essay on the Language; Observations on the Manners and Customs; and the Habitats of above 400 of the more rare Native Plants (1800) [Bingley]
A Tour through Holland, along the right and left Banks of the Rhine, to the South of Germany, in the Summer and Autumn of 1806 (1807) [Carr]
The Tour of Doctor Syntax, in search of the Picturesque (1812) [Combe]
A Tour through the Southern Provinces of the Kingdom of Naples, by the Hon. Richard Keppel Craven, to which is subjoined a Sketch of the Immediate Circumstances attending to the Late Revolution (1821) [Craven]
La tour de Nesle: drame en cinq actes et en neuf tableax ([1832]) [Dumas]
A Tour through Italy, exhibiting a View of its Scenery, its Antiquities, and its Monuments: particularly as they are Objects of Classical Interest and Elucidation (1813) [Eustace]
A Tour through the Batavian Republic during the latter part of the year 1800: containing an Account of the Revolution and Recent Events in that Country (1801) [Fell]
The Tour of the Don: a Series of Extempore Sketches made during a Pedestrian Ramble along the Banks of that River, and its Principal Tributaries (1837) [Holland]
“A Tour in England, Ireland, and France”, Quarterly Review (January 1832) [Hook]
A Tour through the British West Indies, in the years 1802 and 1803: giving a particular Account of the Bahama Islands (1804) [Mackinnon]
Tour in England, Ireland, and France, in the years 1828 & 1829: with Remarks on the Manners and Customs of the Inhabitants, and Anecdotes of distinguished Public Characters: in a Series of Letters (1832) [Puckler]
A Tour in Germany: and some of the Southern Provinces of the Austrian Empire, in the Years 1820, 1821, 1822 (1824) [Russell]
“The Tower of the Caliph”, New Monthly Magazine (August 1844) [Redding]
“The Tower of Repentance”, Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, consisting of Historical and Romantic Ballads, collected in the Southern Counties of Scotland, with a few of modern date, founded upon Local Tradition (1802-1803) [Sharpe]
The Toy-Shop. A Dramatick Satire (1735) [Dodsley]
Tracts, Religious and Political (1826) [Leigh]
Tracts by Warburton and a Warburtonian: not admitted into the Collection of their respective Works (1789) [Parr]
“Tracts on the Spanish and Portugueze Inquisitions”, Quarterly Review (December 1811) [Southey]
Traditional Tales of the English and Scottish Peasantry (1822) [Cunningham]
Traditions of Edinburgh (1838) [Chambers]
Traditions of Lancashire (1829) [Roby]
The True Tragedie of Richard the Third: to which is appended the Latin Play of Richardus Tertius (1844) [Field]
“The Tragedie of Alaham”, Certaine Learned and Elegant Workes of the Right Honorable Fulke Lord Brooke written in his Youth, and Familiar Exercise with Sir Philip Sidney (1633) [Greville]
The Tragedies of Vittorio Alfieri (1815) [Lloyd]
Tragedies (1814) [Sotheby]
The Tragedy of Chrononhotonthologos: being the most tragical Tragedy that ever was tragediz'd by any Company of Tragedians (1734) [Carey]
The Tragedy of Mustapha (1609) [Greville]
The Tragedy of Jane Shore: written in Imitation of Shakespear's Style (1714) [Rowe]
“The Tragic Drama.—The Apostate”, Quarterly Review (April 1817) [Maturin]
The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus (1604) [Marlowe]
Traité des Tournois, Joustes, Carrousels et autres spectacles publics (1669) [Menestrier]
Traité de mécanique céleste (1798-1825) [Laplace]
“Transactions of the Geological Society”, Quarterly Review (September 1826) [Lyell]
“Transactions of the Missionary Society”, Annual Review for 1804 (1805) [Southey]
“Transactions of the Missionary Society in the South Sea Islands”, Quarterly Review (August 1809) [Southey]
“Transference of Norway”, Edinburgh Review (April 1814) [Brougham]
Transfusion by the late William Godwin, Jun. With a Memoir of his Life and Writings, by his Father (1835) [Godwin]
A Translation of the First Seven Books of the Odyssey of Homer (1810) [Lloyd]
Translations chiefly from the Greek Anthology, with Tales and Miscellaneous Poems (1806) [Bland]
Translations from Camoens, and other Poets, with Original Poetry (1818) [Hemans]
“Translations of Goethe's Faust”, Quarterly Review (June 1826) [Lockhart]
“Translations from Goethe and Homer”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
The Traveller, or a Prospect of Society. A Poem. (1764) [Goldsmith]
“The Traveller, by Mr. Town”, The Traveller (1804?) [Hunt]
The Traveller's Oracle; or, Maxims for Locomotion: containing Precepts for promoting the Pleasures and Hints for preserving the Health of Travellers (1827) [Kitchiner]
The Travellers, or, Music's Fascination: an Operatic Drama (1806) [Cherry]
“Travellers in America”, Edinburgh Review (December 1818) [Smith]
The Travelling Companions; a Story in Scenes (1892) [Guthrie]
Travels in France, during the years 1814-15: Comprising a Residence at Paris during the Stay of the Allied Armies, and at Aix, at the Period of the Landing of Bonaparte (1815) [Alison]
Travels in America, performed in the year 1806, for the purpose of exploring the Rivers Alleghany, Monongahela, Ohio, and Mississippi, and ascertaining the Produce and Condition of their Banks and Vicinity (1809) [Ashe]
Travels; comprising Observations made during a Residence in the Tarentaise and various parts of the Grecian and Pennine Alps, and in Switzerland and Auvergne, in the years 1820, 1821, and 1822 (1823) [Bakewell]
Travels from St. Petersburgh in Russia to various parts of Asia (1806) [Bell]
Travels in the Interior of Africa, to the Sources of the Senegal and Gambia: performed by command of the French Government, in the year 1818, by G. Mollien (1820) [Bowdich]
Travels to Discover the Source of the Nile: in the years 1768, 1769, 1770, 1771, 1772, and 1773 (1805) [Bruce]
Travels among the Arab Tribes inhabiting the Countries east of Syria and Palestine: including a Journey from Nazareth to the Mountains beyond the Dead Sea (1825) [Buckingham]
Travels in Mesopotamia: including a Journey from Aleppo, across the Euphrates to Orfah, (the Ur of the Chaldees) through the Plains of the Turcomans, to Diarbekr, in Asia Minor: from thence to Mardin, on the Borders of the Great Desert, and by the Tigris to Mousul and Bagdad: with Researches on the ruins of Babylon, Nineveh, Arbela, Ctesiphon, and Seleucia (1827) [Buckingham]
Travels in Nubia (1819) [Burckhardt]
“Travels in Greece and Albania”, New Monthly Magazine (September, October 1830) [Campbell]
Travels in various Countries of Europe, Asia and Africa (1810-1819) [Clarke]
Travels of four years and a half in the United States of America: during 1798, 1799, 1800, 1801, and 1802 (1804) [Davis]
Travels in Upper and Lower Egypt, during the Campaigns of General Bonaparte (1802) [Denon]
Travels in New-England and New-York (1821-1822) [Dwight]
Travels in Africa performed during the years 1785, 1786, and 1787, in the Western Countries of that Continent (1803) [Golbéry]
Travels in North America in the years 1827 and 1828 (1829) [Hall]
Travels in Canada and the United States in 1816 and 1817 (1818) [Hall]
Travels from Hamburg, through Westphalia, Holland, and the Netherlands, to Paris (1804) [Holcroft]
Travels in Greece and Albania (1830) [Hughes]
Travels in the South of Spain: in Letters written A.D. 1809 and 1810 (1811) [Jacob]
Travels in Turkey, Egypt, Nubia, and Palestine, in 1824, 1825, 1826, and 1827 (1829) [Madden]
Travels in Egypt and Nubia, Syria, and Asia Minor; during the years 1817 & 1818 (1823) [Mangles]
The Travels of Theodore Ducas, in various Countries in Europe, at the Revival of Letters and Art (1822) [Mills]
Travels in the Himalayan provinces of Hindustan and the Panjab, in Ladakh and Kashmir, in Peshawar, Kabul, Kunduz, and Bokhara: from 1819-1825 (1841) [Moorcroft]
Travels of an Irish Gentleman in search of a Religion: with Notes and Illustrations (1833) [Moore]
Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa: performed under the Direction and Patronage of the African Association, in the years 1795, 1796, and 1797 (1799) [Park]
Travels through the South of France and in the Interior of the Provinces of Provence and Longuedoc in the years 1807 and 1808, by a route never before performed (1809) [Pinkney]
Travels in the Morea, Albania, and other parts of the Ottoman Empire, comprehending a General Description of those Countries; their Oroductions; the Manners, Customs, and Commerce of the Inhabitants: a Comparison between the Ancient and Present State of Greece: and an Historical and Geographical Description of the Ancient Epirus (1813) [Pouqueville]
Travels along the Mediterranean and parts adjacent; in company with the Earl of Belmore, during the Years 1816-17-18: extending as far as the Second Cataract of the Nile, Jerusalem, Damascus, Balbec, &c. (1822) [Richardson]
“Travels in Iceland”, Quarterly Review (March 1812) [Southey]
“Travels in the Crimea”, Annual Review for 1802 (1803) [Southey]
“Travels of Ali Bey”, Quarterly Review (July 1816) [Southey]
Travels on the Continent: written for the Use and Particular Information of Travellers (1820) [Starke]
Travels into several remote Nations of the World. In Four Parts. By Lemuel Gulliver (1726) [Swift]
Travels in Sweden: during the Autumn of 1812 (1813) [Thomson]
Travels in Italy, Greece, and the Ionian islands (1820) [Williams]
Travels into Bokhara; being the Account of a Journey from India to Cabool, Tartary and Persia (1834) [Burnes]
The Traytor. A Tragedie (1635) [Shirley]
A Treatise on Adulterations of Food, and Culinary Poisons, exhibiting the fraudulent Sophistications of Bread, Beer, Wine, Spiritous Liquors, Tea, Coffee, Cream, Confectionery, Vinegar, Mustard, Pepper, Cheese, Olive Oil, Pickles, and other Articles employed in Domestic Economy, and Methods of detecting them (1820) [Accum]
A Treatise, shewing the intimate Connection that subsists between Agriculture and Chemistry, addressed to the Cultivators of the Soil, to the Proprietors of Fens and Mosses, in Great Britain and Ireland; and to the Proprietors of West India Estates (1795) [Cochrane]
A Treatise of Human Nature: being an Attempt to introduce the Experimental Method of Reasoning into Moral Subjects (1739-40) [Hume]
A Treatise on forming, improving, and managing Country Residences; and on the Choice of Situations appropriate to every Class of Purchasers (1790) [Louden]
A Treatise of Fluxions. In Two Books (1742) [MacLaurin]
A Treatise on the Records of the Creation, and on the Moral Attributes of the Creator: with particular reference to the Jewish History, and to the Consistency of the Principle of Population with the Wisdom and Goodness of the Deity (1816) [Sumner]
A Treatise of the Relative Rights and Duties of Belligerent and Neutral Powers, in Maritime Affairs: in which the Principles of Armed Neutralities, and the Opinions of Hubner and Schlegel are fully discussed (1801) [Ward]
Tremaine: or, the Man of Refinement (1825) [Ward]
Trente ans, ou La vie d'un joueur, mélodrame en trois journées (1827) [Ducange]
Trevelyan (1834) [Scott]
The Trial by Jury: a Comic Piece, in Two Acts (1811) [Hook]
Trial of Duncan Terig, alias Clerk, and Alexander Bane Macdonald: for the Murder of Arthur Davis, Sergeant in General Guise's Regiment of Foot: June, A.D. MDCCLIV. (1831) [Scott]
De tribus luminibus Romanorum libri sexdecim (1633) [Bellenden]
Trifles in Verse: By a Young Soldier (1784) [Marjoribanks]
A Trifling Mistake in Thomas Lord Erskine's recent Preface shortly noticed and respectfully corrected, in a Letter to His Lordship (1819) [Hobhouse]
Tristia ( 12 c.) [Ovid]
“The Triumph of the Whale”, The Examiner (15 March 1812) [Lamb]
The Triumph of Benevolence occasioned by the National Design of erecting a Monument to John Howard, Esq. (1786) [Pratt]
“The Triumph of Life”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
“Triumph of Woman”, Poems (1797) [Southey]
The Triumphs of Temper; a Poem. In Six Cantos (1781) [Hayley]
Trivia: or, the Art of Walking the Streets of London (1716) [Gay]
Trivial Poems, and Triolets, written in obedience to Mrs. Tomkin's Commands (1820) [Cary]
Troilus and Criseyde (1400 c.) [Chaucer]
Troilus and Cressida (1609) [Shakespeare]
Les trois mousquetaires (1844) [Dumas]
“Trotter's Memoirs of the Rt. Hon. C. J. Fox”, Quarterly Review (December 1811) [Ellis]
“The Troubadour”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (June 1823-April 1824) [Praed]
The Troublesome Raigne and Lamentable Death of Edward the Second, King of England (1594) [Marlowe]
Truckleborough Hall; a Novel (1827) [Scargill]
The True Intellectual System of the Universe (1678) [Cudworth]
The True History of the State Prisoner commonly called the Iron Mask, extracted from Documents in the French Archives (1826) [Ellis]
The True-born Irishman or, Irish Fine Lady. A Comedy of Two Acts (1783) [Macklin]
“A True Ballad of the Pope, the Devil, and St. Antidius”, Minor Poems (1815) [Southey]
The Tryal of the Witnesses of the Resurrection of Jesus (1729) [Sherlock]
The Tuft-Hunter (1843) [Lennox]
“Tuke's Account of the Retreat near York”, Edinburgh Review (April 1814) [Smith]
Tumble-down Dick, or, Phaeton in the Suds: a Dramatick Entertainment of Walking, in Serious and Foolish Characters, interlarded with Burlesque, Grotesque, Comick Interludes (1736) [Fielding]
Turkey and its Destiny: the Result of Journeys made in 1847 and 1848 to examine into the State of that Country (1850) [Macfarlane]
The Turnpike Gate; a Farce, in Two Acts ([1799]) [Knight]
The Tutor's Assistant: being a Compendium of Arithmetic; and a Complete Question-book (1751) [Walkingame]
Twelfth Night (1623) [Shakespeare]
“The Twenty-fourth Book of Homer's Iliad attempted in English Hexameters.”, Blackwood's Magazine (March 1846) [Lockhart]
Two Noble Kinsmen (1634) [Beaumont]
The Two Friends; a Novel (1835) [Blessington]
Two Letters addressed to a Member of the present Parliament, on the Proposals for Peace with the Regicide Directory of France (1796) [Burke]
“The Two Guardians”, Comic Dramas in Three Acts (1817) [Edgeworth]
Two Dissertations, I. Concerning the End for which God created the World. II. The Nature of True Virtue (1765) [Edwards]
The Two Noble Kinsmen (1634) [Fletcher]
“Two Days with Dr Parr”, Blackwood's Magazine (November 1825) [Gooch]
Two Hundred and Nine Days; or, the Journal of a Traveller on the Continent (1827) [Hogg]
“The Two Races of Men”, London Magazine (December 1820) [Lamb]
“The Two Emilys”, The Canterbury Tales (1797–1805) [Lee]
Two Treatises of Government: in the former, the False Principles and Foundation of Sir Robert Filmer and his Followers are detected and overthrown, the latter is an Essay concerning the True Original, Extent, and End of Civil Government (1690) [Locke]
Two Sermons. Preached at Norwich (1780) [Parr]
The Two Galley Slaves: a Melo-drama, in Two Acts (1823) [Payne]
Two Gentlemen of Verona (1623) [Shakespeare]
Two Volumes of Sermons (1809) [Smith]
Two Expeditions into the Interior of Southern Australia, during the years 1828, 1829, 1830, and 1831: with Observations on the Soil, Climate, and General Resources of the Colony of New South Wales (1833) [Sturt]
“The Two Thieves”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1800) [Wordsworth]
“The Two Drovers”, Chronicles of the Canongate (1827) [Scott]
“The Two Foscari, a Tragedy”, Sardanapalus a Tragedy. The two Foscari, a Tragedy. Cain, a Mystery (1821) [Byron]
Two Letters to the Right Honourable Lord Byron, in answer to His Lordships's Letter to **** ******, on the Rev. Wm. L. Bowles's Strictures on the Life and Writings of Pope (1821) [Bowles]
Two Letters to the Rev. Dr Thomas M'Crie, and the Rev. Mr Andrew Thomson, on the Parody of Scripture, lately published in Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1817) [Grahame]
“The Two Muses”, Morning Chronicle (1815?) [Redding]
“Two Parsons, or, the Tale of a Shirt”, Poetical Vagaries: containing An Ode to We, a hackney'd Critick; Low Ambition, or, The life and death of Mr. Daw; A Reckoning with Time; The Lady of the Wreck, or, Castle Blarneygig; Two Parsons, or, the Tale of a Shirt (1812) [Colman]
“Two Round Spaces on the Tombstone: a Skeletoniad”, Morning Post (4 December 1800) [Coleridge]
“The Two Spirits. An Allegory”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
Two Years in New South Wales: a Series of Letters, comprising Sketches of the actual State of Society in that Colony, of its peculiar Advantages to Emigrants, of its Topography, Natural History, &c. &c. (1827) [Cunningham]
“The Tyger”, Songs of Innocence and of Experience shewing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul (1794) [Blake]
Typee: a Peep at Polynesian Life. During a four Months' Residence in a Valley of the Marquesas (1846) [Melville]
“Typhus and Cholera.—an Eclogue”, The Times (24 September 1854) []
“Tytler's History of Scotland”, Quarterly Review (November 1829) [Scott]
“Tytler's History—Mary Queen of Scots”, Quarterly Review (March 1841) [Stanhope]