Cabourn Richard 1684 : A true account of the behaviour, confessions, and last dying words, of Abraham Bigs, Richard Cabourn, Jane Langworth, and Elizabet Stoaks : At Tyburn, on Wednesday the 21th. of December, 1684 for high-treason murther, felony and burglary, &c. Printed by order, &c.
Cabral Arthur De Sacadura : Report on the air crossing fron Lisbon to Rio de Janeiro / by Sacadura Cabral and Gago Coutinho ; [translated from the Portuguese by Brian de Avelar].; Cabral, Arthur de Sacadura.
Cabral Pedro Alvares : The voyage of Pedro Alvares Cabral to Brazil and India from contemporary documents and narratives / translated with introduction and notes by W.B. Greenlee.
Cacao : The American physitian, or, A treatise of the roots, plants, trees, shrubs, fruit, herbs, &c. growing in the English plantations in America : describing the place, time, names, kindes, temperature, vertues and uses of them, either for diet, physick, &c. : whereunto is added a discourse of the cacao-nut-tree and the use of its fruit, with all the ways of making of chocolate ... / by W. Hughes.; Hughes, William,
Cacao Growers Nigeria : Chocolate, women and empire : a social and cultural history / Emma Robertson.; Robertson, Emma,
Caddisflies Morphology : Analysis of morphological and behavioural evidence for phylogeny and higher classification of Trichoptera (Insecta) / H.E. Frania, G.B. Wiggins.; Frania, Henry E.
Caddisflies Phylogeny : Analysis of morphological and behavioural evidence for phylogeny and higher classification of Trichoptera (Insecta) / H.E. Frania, G.B. Wiggins.; Frania, Henry E.
Caddo Indians Folklore : Traditions of the Caddo : collected under the auspices of the Carnegie Institution of Washington / by George A. Dorsey; Dorsey, George Amos,
Cade John 1645 : The last speeches and confession of Captain Iohn Cade and John Mils Constable: : who were hanged at VVeymouth, for endeavouring to betray that garrison to the enemie, with all the severall examinations of the plotters, and the sentences denounced against them and others of the said conspiracie. By W. Sydenham, Col. Governour of Waymouth, and Captain VVilliam Batten, Vize-Admirall of the Navie, and the rest of the Counsell of War at Waymouth. With a copie of Sir Lewis Dives letter to Colonell Sydenham about the same, and Colonell Sydenham his answere.
Cadman Thomas : The case of several hackney-coachmen in and about the cities of London and Westminster and the suburbs, occasioned by one Robert Murrey and his adherents, to the utter ruin of many families, for his and his accomplices private interest; Cadman, Thomas.