Clendon Thomas 1677 : Justification justified: or The doctrine of justification; briefly and clearly explained, : and vindicated in a sermon preached at Gregories near Pauls, the eleventh of December. 1652. By Thomas Clendon, minister of Alhallows Barking in Tower-street, London,
Clennon David : The thing [videorecording] / directed by John Carpenter.
Cleombrotus : The most strange and wonderful predictions of Cleombrotus, an heathen Jew : prophesied in the year one thousand two hundred seventy and two, upon the reigns of twenty nine kings of England, from Edward the first to Charles the fifth, one thousand seven hundred ninety nine : found in the College of Wittenburgh in Germany.
Cleomedes : De motu circulari corporum caelestium.
Clercx Suzanne : Johannes Ciconia : un musicien liegrois et son temps (vers 1335-1411.
Clere Ville Bartholome De : The copye of the letter folowynge whiche specifyeth of ye greatest and meruelous uisyoned batayle that euer was sene or herde of : and also of the letter yt was sent frome the great Turke vnto our holy fad[er] ye pope of Rome
Clerehugh Valerie : Periodontology at a glance / Valerie Clerehugh, Aradhna Tugnait, Robert J. Genco.
Clergy Man Lately Escaped From Thence : A short view of the methods made use of in Ireland for the subversion and destruction of the Protestant religion and interest in that kingdom : from the beginning of the reign of the late King James to this time : and of the suffering of the Protestants all along / by a clergy man lately escaped from thence.
Clergy Man Of The Church Of England : A letter from a clergy-man of the Church of England to an eminent divine pretending to be of the same church : desiring his resolution and direction about a complyance with the present government, and especially about the alteration of the publick prayers.
Clerk Alexander : Unto the right honourable the lords of His Majesties Privie Conncil [sic], / the petition of Patrick Johnstoun, late bailie in Edinburgh, Alexander Campbel, Alexander Clerk, and Alexander Mackgill, merchants in Edinburgh, David Waike, and Ralph Spurri Englishmen.