Clinton Atkinson : Clinton, Purser & Arnold, to their countreymen wheresoeuer : Wherein is described by their own hands their vnfeigned penitence for their offences past: their patience in welcoming their death, & their duetiful minds towardes her most excellent Maiestie.
Clinton Kate : The three musketeers (09,11,12/11) / dramatised from Dumas' novel by Clarke Claypole and J.H. Wrangham ; Jeanie Deans (10,12/11) / adapted from Sir Walter Scott's novel "The heart of mid-lothian" ; East Lynne (13/11) / dramatised from Mrs. Henry Wood's novel by Clarke Claypole ; It's never too late to mend (14/11) / Charles Reade.
Clipsham Margery : The spirit that works abomination and its abominable work disvovered : and a faithful testimony born against it as a warning to all who profess to walk in the light of the Lord, that they keep close in spirit to the Lord and lissen [sic] not to that adulterated spirit which labours to draw from the way of truth, lest they be destroyed by it.
Clipsham Robert : The grand expedient for suppressing popery examined, or, The project of exclusion proved to be contrary to reason and religion / by Robert Clipsham.