Caernaruon Wales History Siege 1646 Early Works To 1800 : The taking of Carnarven : the castle, works, ammunition bag and baggage, by Major-Generall Mitton: where are, the Lord Byron, Collonel Vere. Collonel Vane. And divers officers of note, [double brace] bishops, gentlemen, malignant clergymen, and others. With our prosperous proceedings in the totall reducing of North-VVales. Printed by the originall papers, and published according to order of Parliament.
Caernarvonshire Wales History Sources : Farming in Caernarvonshire around 1800 : being Vaynol MS. 4057, with maps from Vaynol MSS. 4055 and 4056, Caernarvonshire Record Office / edited by R.O. Roberts.
Caesar Julius De Bello Gallico Abridgments : Obseruations vpon the fiue first bookes of Cæsars commentaries : setting fourth the practise of the art military in the time of the Roman Empire : wherein are handled all the chiefest point of their discipline, with the true reason of euery part, together with such instructions as may be drawn from their proceedings, for the better direction of our moderne warres / by Clement Edmunds.; Edmondes, Clement,
Caesar Julius De Bello Gallico Book 1 5 : Obseruations vpon Cæsars Commentaries : setting forth the practise of ye art militarie in the time of the Romaine Empire for the better direction of our moderne warrs By Clement Edmonds Remembrancer of the Citie of London.; Edmondes, Clement,
Caesar Peter : The last speech and confession of Peter Cæsar, a Portugal, at the place of execution : together with his confession at Justice-Hall in the Old Bailey ... likewise the tryal of the Frenchmen for ravishing a gentlewoman near Holborn ... as also a true relation concerning Mary Smith, who cut off her childs' head, with her examination and confession before Justice Swallow ...; Caesar, Peter.
Caffe Roversi S P A Trials Litigation Etc : Cases of A - Maciariello : B - Manifattura Fl : C - Steffano : D - Ruotolo : E - Vorrasi : F - Cappello : G - Caffe Roversi S.p.a. : H - Gana : I - Barbagallo v. Italy : judgements of 27 February 1992.; European Court of Human Rights.
Caffyn Matthew 1628 1714 Deceived And Deceiving Quakers Discovered : The light of Christ, and the word of life. : Cleared from the deceipts of the Deceiver, and his litterall weapons turned upon his owne head. Also the man of sin found out, who is hiding himselfe in a heape of confusion, pretending Antichrist is not yet come. Occasioned by laying open some deceipts in a booke titled, The deceiv'd and deceiving Quakers discovered; subscribed Mathew Caffin and William Jeffery, brethren in iniquitie, who are joyned to deny God, Christ, the light, and spirit, in his saints, and calls it teaching Christs spirit apart from his body, and an evill spirit, to witnesse the spirit of Christ in the saints. Set forth that the simple may see the wiles the devill hath to keepe them from the word of life, the soules salvation. / By a lover of Israels seede, called James Nayler.; Naylor, James,
Caflisch Lucius 1936 : Promoting justice, human rights and conflict resolution through international law : liber amicorum Lucius Caflisch = La promotion de la justice, des droits de l'homme et du règlement des conflits par le droit international / edited by Marcelo G. Kohen.
Cage Birds Early Works To 1800 : The epitome of the art of husbandry : comprising all necessary directions for the improvement of it ... : to which is annexed by way of appendix, a new method of planting fruit trees, and improving of an orchard : with directions for taking, ordering, teaching, and caring of singing birds, and other useful additions / by J.B. gent.; Blagrave, Joseph,
Cage Mary Cause Of The Difference Between Tobias Cage Esquire And Mary His : A letter to a person of quality, occasioned by a printed libel, entituled, The cause of the difference between Tobias Cage esquire, and Mary his wife : stated by the said Mary in a letter to a gentleman, for her own vindication: the design, malice, and falshood whereof is hereby detected with proofs by persons of value, on oath, and otherwise.; Cage, Tobias.
Cage William : London, November 19. 1701. [To all] the enemies of the King, the government, and themselves, within the city of Rochester, that appear on the behalf of Collonel Cage..