A treatise intitled, Beware of M. Iewel
Ilkley. Scolar Press. 1975.  p., 180 leaves.
A treatise in which the elementary properties of the ellipse are deduced from the properties of the circle: and geometrically demonstrated
Somerset, Edward Adolphus Seymour
London. J. Murray. 1843. 1 p.l., 134 p.
A treatise made in defence of the lauful power and authoritie of priesthod to remitte sinnes, 1567
Menston. Scolar Press. 1972. , 420 p.
A treatise named Lucarsolace: deuided into fouuer bookes, which in part are collected out of diuerse authors in diuerse languages, and in part deuised
Lucar, Cyprian ; Field, Richard ; Harrison, John
Imprinted at London. By Richard Field for Iohn Harrison. 1590. , 167,  p.,  folded leaf of plates.
A treatise of algebra, both historical and practical: Shewing the original, progress, and advancement thereof, from time to time; and by what steps it hath attained to the heighth at which it now is. With some additional treatises, I. Of the Cono-cuneus ... II. Of angular sections; and other things relating thereunto, and to trigonometry. III. Of the angle of contact ... IV. Of combinations, alternations, and aliquot parts
London. Printed by J. Playford, for R. Davis. 1685. 8 p.l., 374 p., 2 l., 17 p., 1 l., 76 (i.e. 176) p.
A treatise of algebra, in three parts: Containing I. The fundamental rules and operations; II. The composition and resolution of equations of all degrees, and the different affections of their roots; III. The application of algebra and geometry to each other. To which is added an appendix concerning the general properties of geometrical lines
London. Printed for A. Millar & J. Nourse. 1756. 7 p. l., 432 p.
A treatise of all sorts of foods: both animal and vegetable: also of drinkables: giving an account how to chuse the best sort of all kinds; of the good and bad effects they produce; the principles they abound with; the time, age, and constitution they are adapted to. Wherin their nature and use is explain'd according to the sentiments of the most eminent physicians and naturalists, ancient and modern
Lemery, Louis ; Hays, D
London. W. Innys, T. Longman and T. Shewell. 1745. xii, 372 p.
A treatise of all the degrees and symptoms of the venereal disease, in both sexes
London. Printed for, and sold by S. Crouch ..., N. Crouch ..., J. Knapton, and M. Atkins ..., P. Varenne ..., C. King ..., F. Isted ..., booksellers, and at the author's house. [1708?]. , xl, , 439,  p.,  leaf of plates.
A treatise of angels: of the nature, essence, place, power, science, will, apparitions, grace, sinne, and all other proprieties of angels : collected out of the Holy Scriptures, ancient fathers, and schoole-diuines
Salkeld, John ; Snodham, Thomas ; Butter, Nathaniel
London. Printed by T. S[nodham] with authoritie of superiors, for Nathaniel Butter. 1613. , 365,  p.
A treatise of Antichrist
Ilkley. Scolar Press. 1974. 2 v.
A treatise of antient and present geography: Together with a set of maps, both of antient and present geography
London. R. and J. Bonwicke [etc.]. 1726. 8 p. l., 181,  p.
A treatise of architecture: with remarks and observations necessary for young people who wou'd [i.e. would] apply themselves to that noble art
Le Clerc, Sébastien
London. Printed and sold by W. Taylor, W. and J. Innys, J. Senex, and J. Osborne. 1723-24. 2 v.
A treatise of arithmetic in theory and practice: containing every thing important in the study of abstract and applicate numbers; adapted to the commerce of Great Britain and Ireland
Gough, John ; Workman, Benjamin
Philadelphia. Printed by J. M'Culloch, for W. Young. 1788. vi, , 14-370,  p.
A treatise of artificial magnets: in which is shewn an easy and expeditious method of making them, superior to the best natural ones, and also, a way of improving the natural ones, and of changing or converting their poles : directions are likewise given for making the mariner's needles in the best form, and for touching them most advantageously, &c
Cambridge. Printed by J. Bentham ..., and sold by W. & J. Mount & T. Page ..., J. & P. Knapton ..., C. Bathurst ..., London; W. Thurlbourn ..., J. Merrill in Cambridge; J. Hildyard at York; and J. Fletcher at Oxford. 1750. , 81,  p.,  folded leaf of plates.
A treatise of artillery
[Ottawa. Museum Restoration Service. 1970]. 134,  p.
A treatise of artillery: containing, I. General constructions of brass and iron guns used by sea and land, and their carriages ; II. General constructions of mortars and howitzes, their beds and carriages ; III. Dimensions of all carriages used in artillery ; IV. Exercise of the regiment at home, and service abroad in a siege or battle ; V. Its march and encampment, ammunition, stores, and horses ; VI. Lastly, the necessary laboratory work for fire-ships, &c. ; To which is prefixed, an introduction, with a theory of powder applied to fire-arms
Cranbury, NJ. Scholar's Bookshelf. 2005. xl, 214 p., leaves of plates.
A treatise of artillery
Bloomfield, Ont. Museum Restoration Service. 1977. xl, 214 p.
A treatise of book-keeping, or, Merchant accounts
New York. Garland Pub. 1986. vi, 148,  p.
A treatise of church discipline, and a directory: done by appointment of the Philadelphia Baptist Association
Philadelphia. Printed by S.C. Ustick, No. 79, North third-Street. 1798. iv, , 8-38 p.
A treatise of church-lands & tithes: in two parts
Edinburgh. Printed by the heirs and successors of A. Anderson, and to be sold at J. Vallange's shop. 1705. 8 p.l., 450, 22 p.,1 l.
A treatise of church-lands & tithes: in two parts : containing an historical account of ecclesiastical revenues, churches, church-yards, church-offices, benefices, glebes, manses, patronage, monachism, religious and some military-orders, with a particular history of tithes, and a clear and full discussion of points of right and controversy relating to these matters, and shewing how far the Scots and canon laws do agree and differ : a distinct explanation of actions before the commission, concerning ministers stipends, tithes, erecting or transplanting churches, and the inlarging or restricting parishes, and of actions about ministers stipends, tithes, &c. falling under the cognisance of the Lords of Session
Edinburgh. Printed by the heirs and successors of Andrew Anderson ... and to be sold at John Vallange's shop. anno Dom. MDCCV . , 450, 1,  p.
A treatise of civil power
New Haven. Yale University Press. 2007. 51 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
London. Printed by Tho. Newcomb. anno 1659. , 83,  p.
A treatise of comets: containing I. An explication of all the various appearances of the late comet, both in its own trajectory and the firmament of fixt stars, to its setting in the sun-beams: illustrated with a plan of the earth's and comet's orbits. II. The history of comets from the earliest account of those kinds of planets, to the present time; wherein the sentiments of the antient and modern philosophers are occasionally display'd. With remarks on the intentional end of comets, and the nature and design of Saturn's ring. III. The distance, velocity, size, solidity, and other properties of those bodies consider'd; and the wonderful ph©Œnomena of their tails and atmospheres accounted for. Illustrated also by a copper-plate
London. J. Robinson. 1744. 1 p. l., 46 p.
A treatise of commerce: wherein are shewed the commodities arising by a well ordered and ruled trade, 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 necessarinessee of the said societie in the state of the realme of England
Wheeler, John ; Harrison, John
Printed at London. By Iohn Harison. 1601. 125 [i.e. 126] p.
A treatise of commerce
New York. Arno Press. 1977 [c1931]. xii, 484 p.
A treatise of common recoveries, their nature and use: to which is added the case of Page and Hayward, more fully reported than in any other book extant : and also, a case between the late Earl of Derby, and the coheirs of his elder brother : with precedents for amending fines and recoveries; and a complete table to the whole
Pigott, Nathaniel ; Derby, James Stanley ; Wilson, George
Dublin. Printed by James Moore. 1792. , 232 (i.e. 230),  p.
A treatise of conic sections: dedicated to the provost, fellows, and scholars of the College of Dublin
[London]. Dublin printed 1723, London re-printed for E. Cave. 1745. , 62 [i.e. 64],  p.,  leaves of plates (some folded).
A treatise of contentment: leading a Christian with much patience through all afflicted conditions by sundry rules of heavenly wisedome : whereunto is annexed first, A treatise of the improvement of time, secondly, The holy warre, in a visitation sermon
Taylor, Thomas ; Hearne, Richard ; Bartlet, John ; Hitchcock, Ethan Allen
London. Printed by R.H. for Iohn Bartlet. 1641. , 218,  p.
A Treatise of daunces: Anonymous. A godly exhortation, by John Field
New York. Garland Pub. 1974. 8, , 8,  p.
A treatise of domestic medicine: intended for families, in which the treatment of common disorders are alphabetically enumerated; to which is added a practical system of domestic cookery
Reading [Pa.]. G. Getz. 1824. 128 p.
A treatise of earthly-mindedness: showing the great sin of thinking as the world thinks rather than thinking God's thoughts after him ; and, A treatise of conversing in heaven and walking with God
Burroughs, Jeremiah ; Kistler, Don ; Burroughs, Jeremiah
Orlando, FL. Soli Deo Gloria Publications. 2005. p. cm.
A treatise of English particles, 1655
Menston. Scolar P. 1970. , 220  p.
A treatise of faith: diuided into two parts, the first shewing the nature, the second the life of faith : both tending to direct the weake Christian how he may possesse the whole Word of God as his owne, ouercome temptations, better his obedience, and liue comfortably in all estates
Ball, John ; Miller, George ; Brewster, Edward
London. Printed by George Miller for Edward Brewster. 1632. , 428,  p.
A Treatise of feme coverts: or, The lady's law
South Hackensack, N.J. Rothman Reprints. 1974. ix, viii, 264 p.
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,  p.
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 ; Nutt, E ; Gosling, Robert ; Lintot, Bernard ; Lintot, Henry
In the Savoy. Printed by E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling (assigns of B. Sayer, esq.) for B. Lintot, and sold by H. Lintot. 1732. viii, 264,  p.
A Treatise of feme coverts, or, The lady's law: containing all the laws and statutes relating to women, under several heads ... to which are added, Judge Hide's very remarkable argument in the Exchequer-Chamber
Clarendon, Edward Hyde
Clark, N.J. Lawbook Exchange. 2003. viii, 264 p.
A Treatise of feme coverts, or, The Lady's law
New York. Garland. 1978. viii, 264 p.
A treatise of five orders of columns
London. Printed by B. Motte. 1708. xxi,  p., 131 p., 6 leaves of plates.
A treatise of fluxions: In two books
Edinburg. Printed by T. W. & T. Ruddimans. 1742. 2 v.
A treatise of formal logic
New York. Russell & Russell. 1962 [c1931]. 3 v.
A treatise of gauging: or, The modern practical gauger
London. G. Robinson. 1779. 7 p. l., 303 p. incl. tables, diagrs.
A treatise of geometry, containing the first six books of Euclid's Elements: Together with The elements of solid geometry
Cambridge. J. Deighton & sons. 1819. 2 p. leaves, xxiii, 499, , 3 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, Noel ; Summers, Montague
London. Fortune Press. . xix, 263 p.
A treatise of ghosts: being the Psichologie, or Treatise upon apparitions and spirits
Ann Arbor, Mich. Gryphon Books. 1971. xix, 263 p.
A treatise of hemp-husbandry: being a collection of approved instructions, as to the choice and preparation of the soils, most proper for the growth of that useful and valuable material, and also as to the experience of several countries wherein it has been produced, both in Europe and America
Boston. Printed by Green & Russell, by order of the hon. House of Representitatives. 1765. 32 p., 1 l.
A treatise of human nature
London. Dent. 1977. xxix, 258, ix, 320 p.
A treatise of human nature
London. J.M. Dent & Sons ltd. [1934, '30]. 2 v.
A treatise of human nature
Mineola, N.Y. Dover Publications. 2003. xiii, 455 p.
A treatise of humility, 1632
Ilkley. Scolar Press. 1977. 387 p.
A treatise of legal philosophy and general jurisprudence
Dordrecht . Springer. c2005. 5 v.
A treatise of legal time: with its computations and reckonings
Woolrych, Humphry W
London. W. Benning. 1851. xxi, 186 p.
A treatise of matters beneficiary
London. Printed by Thomas Hodgkin, and are to be sold by William Crook ... and Richard Bently. 1680. , 84 [i.e. 74],  p.
A treatise of medicines: containing an account of their chymical principles, the experiments made upon 'em, their various preparations, their vertues, and the modern way of using them : together with a short view of the nature and periods of the diseases, in which they are proper, and some cautions relating to the disorders they sometimes occasion : the medicines are rang'd in their proper classes according to their vertues, and drawn up in tables for the readers conveniency, with their just doses annex'd
London. Printed for Richard Wellington ... Arthur Bettesworth ... and Bernard Lintott. 1700. , 287, , 291,  p.
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
Imprinted at London. By Thomas Vautrollier. 1586. , 284 [i.e. 286],  p.
A treatise of melancholie
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1969. 284 p.
A treatise of melancholy: containing the causes thereof and reasons of the strange effects it worketh in our minds and bodies : with the physicke cure, and spirituall consolation for such as haue thereto adioyned afflicted conscience : the difference betwixt it and melancholy, with diuers philosophicall discourses touching actions and affections of soule, spirit, and body, the particulars whereof are to bee seene before the booke
Bright, Timothie ; Stansby, William
London. Printed by William Stansby. 1613. , 347,  p.
A treatise of midwifry in three parts
Dublin. Printed by and for Oli. Nelson ... and for Charles Connor. 1742. xxv, , 203,  p.,  leaves of plates.
A treatise of military discipline: in which is laid down and explained the duty of the officer and soldier, through the seveaal [!] branches of the service
London. R. Baldwin [etc.]. 1762. 17 p. l., 400 p.
A treatise of military exercise, calculated for the use of the Americans: In which everything that is supposed can be of use to them, is retained, and such man¿uvres, as are only for shew and parade, omitted. To which is added some directions on the other points of discipline
Philadelphia. Printed by Styner and Cist. 1776. viii, 91,  p.
A treatise of modern faulconry: To which is prefixed, from authors not generally known, an introduction, shewing the practice of faulconry in certain remote times and countries
Campbell, James ; Gillies, Alex
Edinburgh. Printed by Balfour & Smellie for the author. 1773. 1 p. l., iv, -264 p.
A treatise of morall philosophie: wherein is contained the worthy sayings of philosophers, emperours, kings, and orators: their lives and answers. (1547)
Baldwin, William ; Palfreyman, Thomas
Gainesville, Fla. Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints. 1967. xiii, 399 p.
A treatise of morrall philosophie: wherein is contained the worthy sayings of philosophers, emperours, kings, and orators, their liues and answeres, of what linage they came, and of what countrey they were
Baldwin, William ; Palfreyman, Thomas ; Snodham, Thomas
London. Printed by Thomas Snodham. [ca. 1620]. , 189,  leaves.
A treatise of Mr. Cottons: clearing certaine doubts concerning predestination. Together with an examination thereof
London. Printed by J. D. for Andrew Crook, and are to be sold at his shop at the Signe of the Green Dragon in Pauls churchyard. 1646. 4 p.l., 288,  p.
A treatise of music, containing the principles of composition: Wherein the several parts thereof are fully explained, and made useful both to the professors and students of that science
Rameau, Jean Philippe
London. Printed for J. French. . 180,  p.
A treatise of musick: containing the principles of composition. Wherein the several parts thereof are fully explained, and made useful both to the professors and students of that science
Rameau, Jean Philippe
London. Printed by R. Brown, for the proprietor, and sold by J. Walsh. 1752. 176 p.
A treatise of musick, speculative, practical, and historical
New York. Da Capo Press. 1970. xxiv, 608 p.
A treatise of navigation: containing, I. The theory of navigation demonstrated ... II. Nautical problems ... III. Astronomical problems ... IV. Practical navigation ... : To which is prefixed, by way of introduction, a succinct treatise of plain trigonometry
London. Printed for the author; sold by F. Fayram ...; J. Senex ..., and T. Wright. 1730. xviii, 238 p., 12 folded leaves of plates.
A treatise of painting
London. Printed for J. Senex [etc.]. 1721. 8 p. l., 189,  p.
A treatise of pathology and therapeutics
Cooke, John Esten
Lexington, Ky. 1828. 2 v.
A treatise of perspective: or, the art of representing all manner of objects, as they appear to the eye in all situations
London. Printed and sold by most booksellers. 1702. , 174 p.
A treatise of plane trigonometry: to which is prefixed a summary view of the nature and use of logarithms : being the second part of a course of mathematics, adapted to the method of instruction in the American colleges
New Haven. Published and sold by Hezekiah Howe. 1831. 155 p., 3 fold. leaves of plates.
A treatise of pleading on the equity-side of the High Court of Chancery
London. J. Butterworth. 1809. xxxix, 395  p.
A treatise of practical surveying: which is demonstrated from its first principles : wherein every thing that is useful and curious in that art is fully considered & explained, particularly three new and very concise methods for determining the arreas [sic] of right-lined figures arithmetically, or by calculation, as well as the geometrical ones heretofore treated of : the whole illustrated with copper-plates
New York. Printed by William A. Davis & Co. for Gaine & Ten Eyck, T. Allen, S. Campbell, E. Duykinck & Co., N. Judah, T. & J. Swords, B. Gomez, New York, M. Carey, Philadelphia, and C.R. & G. Webster, Albany. 1798. vii, , 10-452 p., 13 folded leaves of plates.
A treatise of practical surveying: which is demonstrated from its first principles : wherein every thing that is useful and curious in that art is fully considered and explained, particularly three new and very concise methods for determining the areas of right-lined figures arithmetically, or by calculation, as well as the geometrical ones heretofore treated of : the whole illustrated with copper-plates
Philadelphia. Printed by Joseph Crukshank. 1792. viii, 288 p., 13 folded leaves of plates.
A treatise of romances and their original
London. Printed by R. Battersby for S. Heyrick. 1672. 8 p. l., 112 p.
A treatise of social labor
Assen. Van Gorcum. 1979. ix, 513 p.
A treatise of specters or straunge sights, visions, and apparitions appearing sensibly vnto men: wherein is delivered the nature of spirites, angels, and divels, their power and properties : as also of witches, sorcerers, enchanters, and such like : with a table of the contents of the severall chapters annexed in the end of the booke
Loyer, Pierre le ; Jones, Zachary ; Simmes, Valentine ; Lownes, Matthew
At London. Printed by Val S. for Mathew Lownes. 1605. , 145,  leaves.
A treatise of spousals or marriage contracts
New York. Garland Pub. 1985. 240 p.
A treatise of spousals, or matrimonial contracts: wherein all the questions relating to that subject are ingeniously debated and resolved
London. Printed by S. Roycroft for Robert Clavell. 1686. 8 p. l., 240 p.
A Treatise of stops, points, or pauses, 1680
Menston (Yorks.). Scolar P. 1968. , 3-24 p.
A treatise of tenures: containing the original, nature, use and effect of feudal or common-law tenures : with a complete table to the whole
Dublin. Printed by Alex. M'Culloh, for Sarah Cotter. MDCCLLIV . vii, , 144,  p.
A treatise of tenures: in two parts : containing
In the Savoy [London]. Printed by E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling (assigns of E. Sayer, Esq.) for Robert Gosling ... and Daniel Browne. 1738. , vi, 320,  p. (prelim. p.  advertisements).
A treatise of tenures: in two parts : containing
[London]. In the Savoy, printed by E. and R. Nutt and R. Gosling (assigns of Edw. Sayer, Esq.) for Dan. Browne. 1730. , vi, 320,  p.
A treatise of testaments and last wils
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1979. 344, 215 p.
A treatise of the church: wherein are handled the principall questions mooued in our time concerning that matter
Mornay, Philippe de ; Molle, John ; Potter, George ; Snowdon, Lionel
Imprinted at London. By L.S. for George Potter. 1606. , 392,  p.
A treatise of the corruption of Scripture, councils, and fathers by the prelats, pastors, and pillars of the Church of Rome for the maintenance of popery and irreligion
James, Thomas ; Lownes, Humphrey ; Lownes, Matthew
At London. Printed by H.L. for Mathew Lownes. 1611. , 71, , 103, , 59, , 102 [i.e. 101], , 35,  p. (the first leaf blank).
A treatise of the corruptions of Scripture, councils, and fathers: by the prelates, pastors, and pillars of the church of Rome, for the maintenance of popery
James, Thomas ; Cox, John Edmund
London. J. W. Parker. 1843. xlii, 348 p.
A treatise of the covenant of grace: wherein the graduall breakings out of gospel-grace from Adam to Christ are clearly discovered, the differences betwixt the Old and New Testament are laid open, divers errours of Arminians and others are confuted; the nature of uprightnesse, and the way of Christ in bringing the soul into communion with himself: together with many other points, both doctrinally and practically profitable, are solidly handled
Ball, John ; Ashe, Simeon
London. Printed by G. Miller for E. Brewster. 1645. 350,  p.
A treatise of the covenant of grace, as it is dispensed to the elect seed, effectually unto salvation: being the substance of divers sermons preached upon Act. 7,8
London. Printed by Ja. Cottrel for John Allen. 1659. , 250,  p.
A treatise of the covenant of grace, as it is dispensed to the elect seed, effectually unto salvation
London. P. Parker. 1671. 8 p.l., 223 p.
A Treatise of the description and use of both globes: to which is annexed a geographical description of our earth
London. Printed for J. Senex. 1718. 114 p.
A treatise of the diseases most frequent in the West-Indies: and herein more particularly of those which occur in Barbadoes
London. Printed for J. Clarke. 1726. 6 p. l., 192 p.
A treatise of the dominion of sin and grace: wherein sin's reign is discovered, in whom it is and in whom it is not, how the law supportsit, how grace delivers from it by setting up its dominion in the heart
Edinburgh. Printed by T. Lumisden and J. Robertson. 1739. xi, , 92 p.
A treatise of the Exchequer and revenue of Ireland
Howard, Gorges Edmond
Dublin. Printed by J.A. Husband, for E. Lynch. 1776. 2 v.