Callanish Scotland Maps : Callanish [cartographic material] : a map of the standing stones and circles at Callanish, Isle of Lewis, with a detailed plan of each site.; University of Glasgow.
Callendar James Livingston Earl Of 1674 : Patronus redux, or, Our protectour is return'd safe again : an historicall poem : containing the Earl of Calander's departure, his stay in England, and the effects thereof upon the town of Falkirk : congratulating his return : and describing his vertues, with their profits communicated unto the said town / composed by M. L.; M. L.
Callendar Mary Livingston Countess Of Active 1695 : To his Grace, his Majesties high commissioner, and the Right Honourable the Estates of Parliament, : Mary Countess of Callender, and her husband for his interest, humbly sheweth.; Callendar, Mary Livingston,
Calligraphy Copy Books Early Works To 1800 : Multum in parvo, or, The pen's gallantry. : A copy-book, containing twenty four sentences in prose, in alphabetical order, and as many in verse, each distich comprehending the twenty four letters: and many examples of alphabets. : Written in all the curious hands now practised in England, and our neighbour-nations. Unto which is now added the best copies of court-hand, with instructions for every thing belonging to writing; by which any one of an ordinary capacity may learn to write without a teacher. Also, the rare principles of this art in a poetical alphabet; published for writing-masters to set their learners. / Invented, written, and engraven by Edward Cocker.; Cocker, Edward,
Calligraphy England Early Works To 1800 : The pen-man's treasury open'd : a new essay for the improvement of free and natural writing in ye English, French, & Italian hands / by Charles Snell ... the first published in England done by command of hand.; Snell, Charles,
Callot Jacques 1592 1635 : The art of graveing and etching : wherein is exprest the true way of graueing in copper : allso [sic] the manner & method of that famous Callot & Mr. Bosse in their seuerall ways of etching.; Faithorne, William,
Calotype Wales History 19th Century : Sun pictures : images from the dawn of photography : photographs by John Dillwyn Llewelyn and his circle / essay "Swansea's place in the history of photography" by David Painting.
Calpulalpan Tlaxcala Mexico Antiquities : Mexican highland cultures : archaeological researches at Teotihuacan, Calpulalpan, and Chalchicomula in 1934-35 / Sigvald Linné ; foreword by Staffan Brunius ; introduction by George L. Cowgill.; Linné, Sigvald,
Calquit Anne 1659 : A looking-glasse of hvmane frailty : set before us in a sermon preached at the funerals of Mris. Anne Calquit, late wife of Mr. Nicholas Calquit, draper, who died on the 7. day of April 1659 and was interr'd the 19. of the said month, at the parish church of Alhallows the Less in Thames Street / by Nath. Hardy ...; Hardy, Nathaniel,
Calthrop Martin Sir 1589 : Fames trumpet soundinge. Or commemorations of the famous lives and deaths, of the two right honourable Knights of England: the right honourable Sir Walter Mildmay, and Sir Martin Calthrop, Lord Mayor of this honorable Citty of London, who deceased this yeere 1589.; H. R.
Calveley Hugh Sir 1612 Or 13 1648 : A vindication or justification of John Griffith, Esq. : Against the horrid, malitious, and unconscionable verdict of the coroners iury in Cheshire : vvhich was packt by the means of that pocky, rotten, lying, cowardly, and most perfidious knave, Sir Hugh Caulveley Knight, onely to vent his inveterate hatred and malice against me.; Griffith, John,
Calverley Walter 1605 : Two most vnnaturall and bloodie murthers : the one by Maister Cauerley, a Yorkeshire gentleman, practised vpon his wife, and committed vppon his two children, the three and twentie of Aprill 1605. The other, by Mistris Browne, and her seruant Peter, vpon her husband, who were executed in Lent last past at Bury in Suffolke. 1605.
Calvin Jean 1509 1564 Catechisme De Leglise De Geneve : Three propositions or speeches, which that excellent man M. Iohn Caluin, one of the pastors of the Church of God in Geneua had there : To which also is added, an exposition vpon that parte of the catechisme, which is appointed for the three and fortieth Sunday in number. Translated into Englishe, by T.VV.; Calvin, Jean,