Byzantinon Mouseion Athens : From Byzantium to El Greco : Greek frescoes and icons : [catalogue of an exhibition organised by the] Greek Ministry of Culture, Byzantine Museum of Athens [and] Royal Academy of Arts, London [held at the Royal Academy 27 Mar. - 21 June 1987].
Bzostek Rachel : Why not preempt? : security, law, norms and anticipatory military activities / Rachel Bzostek.
C A : A New-Years-gift for the Antinomians : particularly Mr. Malebranch Crisp, or, as he foolishly, and yet often (but truly stiles himself the unworthy branch of Dr. Crisp who hath wickedly attempted to underprop a rotten cause of his father, by notorious forgeries, concerning Mr. Baxter, Mr. How, and Dr. Bates, as justifiers of Dr. Crisp as an orthodox man, and no Antinomian: in a rhapsody, intituled, Christ exalted, and Dr. Crisp defended; against the reverend Mr. Alsop, with whom he rudely, and ignorantly plays under the name of his dear Kratiste. By Calvin Anti-Crispian.
C B Active 1607 : The narrovv vvay, and the last iudgement : deliuered in two sermons: the first at Pauls Crosse, the other elsewhere, by G.B. preacher of the word at Alphamston in Essex.
C B D D : A discovery of divine mysteries, or, The nature and efficacy of the soul of man : considered in all its faculties, operations and divine perfections, and how it governs in divine and secular affairs of life ... with many other curious matters : being a compleat body of divine and moral philosophy / by C.B., D.D., Fellow of the Royal Society.
C C Active 1587 : Shorte admonition or warning, upon the detestable treason wherewith Sir William Stanley and Rowland Yorke have betraied and delivered for monie unto the Spaniards, the towne of Deventer, and the sconce of Zutphen.
C C Active 1621 : An epistle sent by Monsievr de Vrillac, advocate in the Parliament of Paris; to Monsievr de Vrillac his father, vpon the occasion of his conuersion. Faithfully translated into English, accoriding to the French copie; By C.C.
C D Mr : Pecuniæ obediunt omnia = Money masters all things, or, Satyrical poems, shewing the power and influence of money over all men, of what profession or trade soever they be : to which are added, A Lenten litany, by Mr. C____d, A satyr on Mr. Dryden, and several other modern translators : also A satyr on women in general : together with Mr. Oldham's Character of a certain ugly old p----
C E : A letter to the Lord General Monck in answer to His Excellencies letter unto the gentry of Devon : which also relates to the secluded members, grievances of the citizens of London, Sir George Booth, and nations in generall.
C H Active 17th Century : The birds noats on May day last : wherein many prety [sic] passages was discovered about London in the fields between young men and maids, lovers and their sweethearts, lords and ladys, men and their mistresses.