Chinese United States History 19th Century : China and the Red Barbarians : American and British relations with China in the 19th century : [papers read at a symposium held at the National Maritime Museum on 14 October 1972 by I.H. Nish, Ernest S. Dodge and Peter Boyle].
Chinnor England Siege 1643 Early Works To 1800 : A true relation of a great fight between the Kings forces and the Parliaments, at Chinner neer Tame on Saturday last : With the manner how the Kings forces made the assault, and by what meanes they were forced to retreat. Also in what manner Colonell Hampden is wounded, with the names of the chiefe commanders that were killed and taken prisoners on both sides: as also the firing and burning of the towne of Chinner, by the Kings forces, and many other remarkable passages concerning the said fight.
Chintz Law And Legislation Germany Prussia : Edict dass von Dato an zu rechnen nach Ablauf acht Monathen in der Chur-Marck Magdeburgischem, Halberstädtschem und Pommern niemand einigen gedruckten oder gemahlten Zitz oder Cattun weiter tragen soll [electronic resource] : sub dato Berlin den 18. Novembr. 1721.; Prussia (Kingdom)
Chipewyan Indians Religion : Inkonze : magico-religious beliefs of contract-traditional Chipewan trading at Fort Resolution, NWT, Canada.; Smith, David Merrill.
Chipewyan Magic : Inkonze : magico-religious beliefs of contract-traditional Chipewan trading at Fort Resolution, NWT, Canada.; Smith, David Merrill.
Chipewyan Mythology : Inkonze : magico-religious beliefs of contract-traditional Chipewan trading at Fort Resolution, NWT, Canada.; Smith, David Merrill.
Chipko Movement India : Chipko : India's civilisational response to the forest crisis / Vandana Shiva, J. Bandyopadhyay.; Shiva, Vandana.
Chipnall England Maps : Shropshire - Staffordshire [cartographic material] : sheet SJ 73 SW.; Great Britain.
Chippenham Cambridgeshire England Rural Conditions : An Act for Dividing, Inclosing, Allotting, and Laying in Severalty the Open and Common Fields, Heaths, and Commonable Lands, within the Township of Chippenham, in the County of Cambridge [electronic resource].; Chippenham (Cambridgeshire, England)
Chippenham Wiltshire England Politics And Government Early Works To 180 : Four affidavits, sworn in answer to the evidence given by Edward Barnes, and William Fair alias Linsey, touching their hearing Gabriel Barnes say, that Edward Adye had promised, or given the said Gabriel Barnes forty shillings, to give his vote for Sir Basil Firebrace, at the late hearing of a cause between the said Sir Basil Firebrace, and Sir Humphrey Edwyn, for Burrough of Chippenham, in the county of Wilts, before the Committee of Elections, on the 23d. of November, 1691..
Chipperford John : The life and death of Griffin Flood informer : Whose cunning courses, churlish manners, and troublesome informations, molested a number of plaine dealing people in this city of London. Wherein is also declared the murther of Iohn Chipperford Vinter, for twich fact the said Griffin Flood was pressed to death the 18. day of Ianuary last past.
Chipping Norton England Economic Conditions : An Act for Dividing and Inclosing Certain Open and Common Fields, Commonable Lands, and Waste Grounds, in the Parishes of Chipping Norton and Salford, in the County of Oxford [electronic resource].
Chipping Norton England History : Strange and wonderful news from Chippingnorton, in the county of Oxon : of certain dreadful aparitions, which were seen in the air, on the 28th of July, which began about half an hour after nine of the clock at night, and continued till near eleven, in which time was seen the appearances of several flaming swords, strange motions of the superior orbs, with the unusual sparkling ot the stars, with their dreadful continuations : with the account of the opening of the heavens, and strange appearances therein disclosing themselves, with several other prodigious circumstances, not heard of in any age, to the great amazement of the beholders : as it was communicated in a letter, to one Mr. Tho. Colley, living in West-Smithfield, and attested by Tho. Brown, Eliz. Greenaway and Ann Gutheridge, who were spectators of the dreadful apparitions.