Cacoethes : Cacoethes leaden legacy: or His schoole of ill manners : wherein it is fainedly supposed that Cacoethes being ready to die, did bequeath this leaden legacy of counsell to his two sons, Slovanio and Nerebeegood, instructing them in many points of slovary and ill husbandry: but it is really intended, that others should follow that which is contrary to his instructions, and learne by these points of slovanry and ill husbandry, how to avoid all ill manners. Cujus contrarium verum est. Here many ill points delivered be, but thou must learne the contrarie: for what is bidden to be done, thou must learne hereby to shun.
Cade John : The true light owned and vindicated, and the believers in it defended and blasphemy and blasphemers justly detected
Cade John 1645 : The last speeches and confession of Captain Iohn Cade and John Mils Constable: : who were hanged at VVeymouth, for endeavouring to betray that garrison to the enemie, with all the severall examinations of the plotters, and the sentences denounced against them and others of the said conspiracie. By W. Sydenham, Col. Governour of Waymouth, and Captain VVilliam Batten, Vize-Admirall of the Navie, and the rest of the Counsell of War at Waymouth. With a copie of Sir Lewis Dives letter to Colonell Sydenham about the same, and Colonell Sydenham his answere.
Cade William 1651 Or 2 1707 : The foundation of popery shaken, or, The Bishop of Rome's supremacy opposed : in a sermon upon Matth. XVI. 18, 19 / by William Cade.