Collens John : Something written after the manner of a discourse or dialogue betwixt a rigid priestbiterian and good conscience, : which begins to be roused up and awakened these trying times.
Collens John 1682 : A lamentation taken up for the churchs [sic] of the Anabaptists / by John Collens ; with a call, and warning for them to come out of the self separation, into the footsteps of the flock, and to turn from the darkness to the true light.
Collet William : The depositions of William Collet, tallow-chandler, Mary his wife, Joseph Larke his journy-man, Ann Larke Wife of the said Joseph, Francis Read and John Sisum his apprentices, Mary Selby his maid servant, Lewis Picket and Thomas Allen, lodgers in his house, and Robert Parker a watchman, taken an oath before me Richard Rider esq; one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the county of Middlesex, and liberty of the city of Westminster, this seven and twentieth day of April, anno Dom. 1700. :
Collets Bookshops : The road to '37 : an exhibition of books, posters, cartoons showing the struggle of six generations of workers for peace, freedom and democracy / organised by Collet's Bookshops under the personal direction of G.D.H. Cole; [text by A.W. Filson].
Collett A J : A survey of existing methods of, and recommendations for future beef production in the Marandellas group of I.C.A.s with reference to management, feeding and economics.
Collett Barry : Italian Benedictine scholars and the Reformation : the Congregation of Santa Giustina of Padua.