Clement Jacques Approximately 1567 1589 : The vvhole and true discourse of the enterprises and secrete conspiracies that haue bene made against the person of Henry de Valois, most Christian king of Fraunce & Poland : Wherupon followed his death by the hand of a young Iacobin frier, the first day of August, 1589. Whereby the enemies of the Crown, thought to haue reduced & brought all Fraunce to their will & deuotion. Together with the assembly that the king before his death made of the princes of the blood, lordes and gentlemen that were in his armie, with the heads of the straungers, to whom he declared his last will. Englished out of the French copie, printed at Caan in Normandie
Clement X Pope 1590 1676 : Room for news, or, News from Rome : being a dialogue between the Pope and the Devil at a late conference : consulting the most effectual expedients for promoting their joint interest and designs in the present juncture of affairs : with their instructions concluded upon to be sent to their emissaries in all parts to that purpose.
Clendon Thomas 1677 : Mrs. Shaws innocency restored, and Mr. Clendons calumny retorted, : notwithstanding his late triumphing. By sundry depositions, making out more than ever she by discourse or writing did positively charge upon him.
Clent England Maps : [Worcestershire] [cartographic material] : sheet SO 97 NW.; Great Britain.
Cleombrotus : England's vvarning-piece. : Or, the most strange and wonderfull predictions of Cleombrotus a heathen Jew, prophesied in the yeare 1272. upon the raignes of 29. kings of England; from Edvvard the I. to Charles the Fifth, 1799. Together with the prophesie of another heathen named Aldura Manasoch, and lately found amoungst antient records in the colledge of Wittenburg in Germany. / Interpreted by Doctor Delanorosus of the same colledge, out of the Arabian, Arminian, and Saxon languages, newly translated into English; now publisht and made obvious to the English nation, by a person of quality. Very remarkable to be observed in this present age, and by future generations.
Cleomenes Iii King Of Sparta 219 B C : Cleomenes, the Spartan heroe : a tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal / written by Mr. Dryden ; to which is prefixt The life of Cleomenes.; Dryden, John,