Carpentry Tables : The art of measuring, or, The carpenters new rule described and explained : furnished with variety of scales, fitted for the more speedy mensuration of divers superficies and solids, with all necessary requisits appertaining thereunto, as a plain and easie introduction to the principals of geometry, which is the ground and foundation of all kind of mensuration : together with the description and use of the logarithmical tables of proportions in arithmetick and geometry, also their particular application in the measuring of superficies and solids ... / composed and published by W. Leybourne ... ; unto which is annexed a supplement, containing the description of the line of numbers, with its use explained and illustrated in divers practical examples of mensuration, by John Wiblin ...; Leybourn, William,
Carpentry Tables Early Works To 1800 : The art of measuring, containing the description and explanation of the carpenters new rule : Fnrnished [sic] with variety of scales. Fitted for the more speedy mensuration of superficies and solids. Also certain geometrical problems, a table of logarithms to 10000, and some uses of the same exemplified in arithmetick and geometry: but more particularly applied to the mensuration of superficies and solids, as board, glass, pavement, wainscot, plaistering, tyling, timber, stone, brick-work, and gauging of cask. The third edition with additions, by W. Leybourn. To which is added a supplement; being the description of the line of numbers, with its use, in divers practical examples of mensuration, of singular use for work-men, artificers, and other ingenious persons delighting therein.; Leybourn, William,
Carr Ralph Sir 1633 Or 4 1709 : The town of New-Castle upon Tine having elected Sir William Blacket, Baronet; and Sir Ralph Carr, Knight. their burgesses, in the late Parliament, dissolved by his Majesties proclamation, bearing date the 18th. day of January 1680. Sir William Blacket had the honour of dying in that service, upon which the said town unanimously chose their present mayor Nathaniel Johnson Esq; who accordingly this last session of Parliament gave his attendance at Westminster, and had the honour of knighthood conferred on him by his Majesty. Sir Nathaniel's residence being at present in London, the said town of New-Castle sent him the following letter; Newcastle upon Tyne (England).
Carre Gilbert : By the King. A proclamation for the apprehension of Gilbert Carre and Iames Locker..; England and Wales.
Carre Thomas 1599 1674 : The funerall-sermon of Mr. Miles Pinckeney alias Thomas Carre : confessour to the English canonesses regulars of the holly Order of S. Augustin established in Paris. / Preached to the sayd religious at his solemn funeralls by his successour E.L.; Lutton, Edward,
Carriages And Carts England London Early Works To 1800 : Whereas I am informed that some evil disposed persons (upon pretence of imployment or authority from me, to hire and bring in teams of draught horses and carts, for the service of the King and Parliament) ...; Richardson, Thomas,
Carrickfergus Northern Ireland History 17th Century Sources : An Account of the joyning of Major-General Kirk's forces with Duke Schomberg's and the taking the town and castle of Carrickfergus : as also an account of the Irish army under K. James / by several persons lately arrived from Ireland.
Carrickfergus Northern Ireland History Siege 1689 : A Full and true account of the beseiging and taking of Carrickfergus by the Duke of Schomberg : as also a relation of what has lately pass'd in the islands of Antego, Mevis, and Monteserrat, in the West-Indies, where Their Majesties have beensolemnly proclaim'd: in a letter from Chester of August the 31st.