Cartwright Ian : Martin's annual criminal code, 1971 : being the text of the Criminal Code, the Narotic Control Act, the Canadian Bill of Rights and the Canada Evidence Act / with annotations by J.C. Martin and A.W. Mewett and I. Cartwright.
Cartwright J : Sacharissa; some account of Dorothy Sidney, Countess of Sunderland.
Cartwright James E 1949 : Blind spot : America's response to radicalism in the Middle East / edited by Nicholas Burns and Jonathon Price ; foreword by Joseph Nye and Brent Scowcroft ; contributors include: James E. Cartwright [and 17 others].
Cartwright Johanna : The petition of the Jewes for the repealing of the Act of Parliament for their banishment out of England. : Presented to his Excellency and the generall Councell of Officers on Fryday Jan. 5. 1648. With their favourable acceptance thereof. Also a petition of divers commanmanders [sic], prisoners in the Kings Bench, for the releasing of all prisoners for debt, according to the custome of other countries.
Cartwright John 1740 1824 : Abolition and emancipation. Part 1, Papers of Thomas Clarkson, William Lloyd Garrison, Zachary Macaulay, Harriet Martineau, Harriet Beecher Stowe & William Wilberforce from the Huntington Library [microform]
Cartwright John Of Magdalen College Oxford : The preachers trauels : Wherein is set downe a true iournall to the confines of the East Indies, through the great countreyes of Syria, Mesopotamia, Armenia, Media, Hircania and Parthia. With the authors returne by the way of Persia, Susiana, Assiria, Chaldæa, and Arabia. Containing a full suruew of the knigdom [sic] of Persia: and in what termes the Persian stands with the Great Turke at this day: also a true relation of Sir Anthonie Sherleys entertainment there: and the estate that his brother, M. Robert Sherley liued in after his departure for Christendome. With the description of a port in the Persian gulf, commodious for our East Indian merchants; and a briefe rehearsall of some grosse absudities [sic] in the Turkish Alcoran. Penned by I.C. sometimes student in Magdalen Colledge in Oxford.
Cartwright T : An hospitall for the diseased : wherein are to bee founde moste excellent and approued medicines, as well emplasters of speciall vertue, as also notable potions or drinkes, and other comfortable receptes, bothe for the restitution and the preseruation of bodily healthe : very necessary for this tyme of common plague and immortalitie, and for other tymes when occasion shall require : with a newe addition / gathered by T.C.
Cartwright T J : Royal Commissions and departmental committees in Britain.
Cartwright William : Semography, or, Short and swift writing / invented and composed for the benefit of others by the author hereof, William Cartwright, and is now set forth and published by his nephew, Ieremiah Rich, immediate next to the authour, deceased ...