Coker Matthew Certain Passages Of Every Days Intelligence : A short and plain narrative of Matthew Coker, touching some mistakes and mis-recitals in a pamphlet of this day, intituled Certain passages of every days intelligence, &c. In reference to his gift of healing; which is herein clearly evidenced, in several remarkable instances.; Coker, Matthew.
Colacioppo Antonio : Cases of Ferraro, Triggiani, Mori, Colacioppo, Adiletta and others : judgments of 19 February 1991.; European Court of Human Rights.
Colbatch John Sir 1670 1729 Treatise Of The Gout : An examination of a late treatise of the gout : wherein John Colbatch's demonstrations are briefly refuted, the College cleared from his scandalous imputations; and a short account of his vulnerary powder. By S. W. no inconsiderable branch of the College.; S. W.
Colchester England History Siege 1648 : A most true and exact relation of that as honourable as unfortunate expedition of Kent, Essex, and Colchester / by M.C., a loyall actor in that engagement, Anno Dom. 1648.; Carter, Matthew,
Colchester England History Siege 1648 Sources Early Works To 1800 : A letter from Sr Marmaduke Langdale, generall of the Northerne forces: to Sir Charles Lucas: : containing a cleare relation of all their proceedings in the North: vvith an hopefull assurance of a speedy relief to Colchester. After the originall copy, truly transcribed.; Langdale, Marmaduke Langdale,
Colchester Essex History 17th Century Periodicals : The Colchester spie. : Truly informing the kingdome of the estate of that gallant town, and the attempts of Fairfax against it: with some other remarkable passages from the English and Scots Army, from his Highnesse the Prince of Wales, also from Westminster & London.
Cold : Tracts : consisting of observations about the saltness of the sea: an account of a statical hygroscope and its uses: together with an appendix about the force of the air's moisture: a fragment about the natural and preternatural state of bodies. / By the Honourable Robert Boyle. ; To all which is premis'd a sceptical dialogue about the positive or privative nature of cold: with some experiments of Mr. Boyle's referr'd to in that discourse. By a member of the Royal Society.; Boyle, Robert,
Cold Adaptation : Cold-adapted organisms : ecology, physiology, enzymology, and molecular biology / Rosa Margesin, Franz Schinner (eds.).