Craford Thomas : The copy of a letter sent (by me Thomas Craford) to the lord ambassadour of Amsterdam, now resident in England. : In this letter I repeat unto him, 1. How unjustly, wickedly & tyrannically the magistrates of Amsterdam did deal by me ... Secondly I require restitution and satisfaction for my goods they took from me by violence ... and lastly, I declare ... how ungrateful the Hollanders have been unto us, devouring us like a moth in former times; but now since our warres and troubles, they have plaid their parts like lions.
Craft Jesse L : Applied geomorphology : ... proceedings ... of the 11th ... Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium, held at Kent State University, Ohio, Oct. 2-5, 1980 / edited by R.G. Craig [and] J.L. Craft.
Cragge William 1595 Or 6 1636 : The vvidovves ioy. Or Christ his comfortable saluation to a comfortlesse widow : being obseruations no lesse profitable then comfortable for the losse of our deceased friends. By W.C.