Cartouches Ornamental Decorative Arts Early Works To 1800 : The ornaments of architecture. : Containing compartments, shields, mantlings, foldige, festones, monuments for tombs, alphabets of large letters plain and enrich'd, with the order of making them. With some new designes for carving and painting of eminent coaches, useful for painters, carvers, stone-cutters, plaisterers. Containing fifty copper-plate-prints.; Pricke, Robert.
Cartwright Christopher 1602 1658 : A practical and polemical commentary or exposition on the whole fifteenth Psalm : wherein the text is learnedly and fruitfully explained, some controversies discussed, sundry cases of conscience are cleared, more especially that of usurie : many common places succinctly handled ... / by Christopher Cartwright ... ; the life of the reverend and learned author is prefixed.; Cartwright, Christopher,
Cartwright Thomas 1535 1603 Brief Apologie : The examination of M. Thomas Cartvvrights late apologie : wherein his vaine and vniust challenge concerning certaine supposed slanders pretended to haue bene published in print against him, is answere and refuted, By Matthevv Sutcliffe.; Sutcliffe, Matthew,
Cartwright William 1611 1643 : Comedies, tragi-comedies, with other poems, by Mr William Cartwright, late student of Christ-Church in Oxford, and proctor of the university. The ayres and songs set by Mr Henry Lawes, servant to His late Majesty in his publick and private musick.; Cartwright, William,
Carvajal Luis De 1567 1596 : The martyr Luis de Carvajal : a secret Jew in sixteenth-century Mexico / Martin Cohen ; introduction by Ilan Stavans.; Cohen, Martin A.
Carving Decorative Arts Early Works To 1800 : The ornaments of architecture. : Containing compartments, shields, mantlings, foldige, festones, monuments for tombs, alphabets of large letters plain and enrich'd, with the order of making them. With some new designes for carving and painting of eminent coaches, useful for painters, carvers, stone-cutters, plaisterers. Containing fifty copper-plate-prints.; Pricke, Robert.
Carving Meat Etc : The Genteel house-keepers pastime, or, The mode of carving at the table represented in a pack of playing cards : by which together with the instructions in this book any ordinary capacity may easily learn how to cut up or carve in mode all the most usual dishes of flesh, fish, fowl, and baked meats, and how to make the several services of the same at the table, with the several sawces and garnishes proper to each dish of meat / set forth by the best masters in the faculty of carving and published for publick use.
Cary Amy Lady : A sermon preached at the funerall of the gracious and honourable lady, the Lady Amy Cary of Cockington in Devon. Iune 16. 1652 / by John Ware ...; Ware, John.
Cary Daniel 1688 : The last speech and confession of Charles Obrian and Daniel Cary : who were both executed at Tyburn on Friday being the seventh day of September 1688, Charles Obrian for felony and burglary, and Daniel Cary for willful murther, &c.
Cary Grace : Vox cœli to England, or Englands fore-warning from heaven. : Being a relation of true, strange, and wonderfull visions, and propheticall revelations, concerning these tragicall, sinfull times; and with what care and diligence reconciliation ought to be laboured for, between the King and Parliament, having never been heretofore published. Now thought fit to be published to all that love Christ, and his kingdom in sincerity. / By Theophilus Philalethes Toxander. Published according to order.; Toxander, Theophilus Philalethes.
Cary Henry Francis 1772 1844 : The translator of Dante : the life, work and friendships of Henry Francis Cary, 1772-1844.; King, Robert Wylie.
Cary Mary : The account audited, or the date of the resurrection of the witnesses, pretended to be demonstrated by M. Cary a minister. / Examined by a Friend to the Truth and Ministry.; Friend to the truth and ministry.
Cary Philip A Solemn Call Unto All That Would Be Owned As Christs : A just reply to Mr. John Flavell's arguments by way of answer to a discourse lately published, entitled, A solemn call, &c. : wherein it is further plainly proved that the covenant made with Israel on Mount Sinai, as also the covenant of circumcision made with Abraham, whereon so much stress is laid for the support of infants baptism ... : together with a reply to Mr. Joseph Whiston's reflections on the forementioned discourse, in a late small tract of his entituled, The right method for the proving of infants baptism ... / by Philip Cary ...; Cary, Philip.
Cary Philip Solemn Call Unto All That Would Be Owned As Christs Faithful Wi : Vindiciæ legis & fœderis: or, A reply to Mr. Philip Cary's Solemn call : Wherein he pretends to answer all the arguments of Mr. Allen, Mr. Baxter, Mr. Sydenham, Mr. Sedgwick, Mr. Roberts, and Dr. Burthogge, for the right of believers infants to baptism, by proving the law at Sinai, and the covenant of circumcision with Abraham, were the very same with Adam's covenant of works, and that because the gospel-covenant is absolute. By John Flavel minister of the gospel in Dartmouth; Flavel, John,