Child Francis Sir 1642 1713 : Glory's resurrection [electronic resource] : being the triumps of London revived, for the inauguration of the Right Honourable Sir Francis Child, Kt., Lord Mayor of the city of London : containing the description (and also the sculptures) of the pageants, and the whole solemnity of the day, all set forth at the proper cost and charge of the honourable Company of Goldsmiths.; Settle, Elkanah,
Child Health Services United States : Social & emotional health in early childhood : building bridges between services & systems / edited by Deborah F. Perry, Roxane F. [i.e. K.] Kaufmann and Jane Knitzer.
Child In Children : The child as thinker : the development and acquisition of cognition in childhood.; Meadows, Sara.
Child Institutionalized : The empty hours : a study of the weekend life of handicapped children in institutions.; Oswin, Maureen.
Child James : To the right honourable the knights, citizens, and burgesses in Parliament assembled : the great grievances and oppressions of James Child, late of the parish of Amersham in the county of Bucks, occasioned by the proceedings in the late times.
Child John Major New Englands Jonas Cast Up At London : New-Englands salamander, discovered by an irreligious and scornefull pamphlet, called New-Englands Jonas cast up at London, &c. Owned by Major Iohn Childe, but not probable to be written by him. Or, A satisfactory answer to many aspersions cast upon New-England therein. : Wherein our government there is shewed to bee legall and not arbitrary, being as neere the law of England as our condition will permit. Together with a briefe reply to what is written in answer to certaine passages in a late booke called Hypocrisie unmasked. / By Edw. Winslow.; Winslow, Edward,
Child Josiah Sir 1630 1699 Short Addition Of The Observations Conce : A letter to a friend concerning usury : wherein are mentioned all the arguments formerly written for and against the abatement of interest / collected out of four tracts on that subject, one by Sir Thomas Culpeper, Senior, in 1621, another by Sir Thomas Culpeper, Junior, in 1668, the third by Sir Josiah Child in 1668, and the fourth by Mr. Thomas Manley in 1669, by R.C.; R. C.