Cardiff Wales History Early Works To 1800 : A great overthrovv given to the Kings forces in VVales, : under the command of Sir Charles Kemish, and Kerne the Sheriffe: by Lieutenant Generall Laughorne, Colonell Morgan, and Sir Trever Williams; two thousand kild and taken. The enemy not above one hundred and forty left upon the rally; and all their armes and ammunition taken, bag and baggage; with the transaction of the whole businesse, from the first to the last. With a true relation of the taking of Cardiffe, and one Morgan a Jesuit, and all the particulars of the fight; and how Colonell Morgan hath got between the enemy and Ragland. With a letter from an eminent commander in Bristol, commanded to be printed and published. Published by authority.
Cardinal Virtues : The Drunkard forewarned and the swearer caution'd in a late judgement on the body of Dowee Sitses : sent in a letter from Theodorus Paludamus ... to the Lady Habuerin : published for the information of some, and premonition to others, to lead a more pious life.
Cardinals England Biography : The life and death of Thomas Woolsey, Cardinal, once Arch Bishop of York and Lord Chancellour of England : containing 1. the original of his promotion and the way he took to obtain it, 2. the continuance in his magnificence, 3. his negotiations concerning the peace with France and the Netherlands, 4. his fall, death, and burial ... / written by one of his own servants, being his gentleman usher.; Cavendish, George,