Connecticut Politics And Government To 1775 Early Works To 1800 : By His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of Their Majesties province of New-York, province of Pennsilvania, country of New-Castle, and the territories and tracts of land depending thereon in America, and vice-admiral of the same, Their Majesties Lieutenant and commander in chief of the militia, & of all the forces by sea and land within Their Majesties collony of Connecticut, and of all the forts and places of strength within the same. : A proclamation.; New York (Colony).
Connor Bernard 1666 1698 : A sermon preached in the parish church of St. Giles in the Fields : at the funeral of Bernard Connor, M.D., who departed this life, Oct. 30, 1698 : with a short account of his life and death / by William Hayley ...; Hayley, William,
Connor P E Patrick Edward 1820 1891 : The Bear River massacre : being a complete sourcebook and storybook of the genocidal action against the Shoshones in 1863 and of Gen. P.E. Connor and how he related and dealt with Indians and Mormons on the Western Frontier / by Newell Hart.; Hart, Newell.
Consanguinity Great Britain : Marriage with a deceased wife's sister : Correspondence on the true interpretation of Leviticus, XVIII, 18 / between Joseph Stansbury, Esq. M.A ... and the Rev. Alexander M'Caul, D.D ...; Stansbury, Joseph.
Consanguinity Jewish Law : Boaz and Ruth : a disquisition upon Deut. 25, 5, concerning the brothers propagating the name and memory of his elder brother deceased : in which the antiquity, reason, and circumstances of that law are explained, the mistakes and impositions of the Jewish rabbins, in this and other matters detected ... / by John Turner ...; Turner, John,