Chamberlain Willoughby Sir 1697 : A sermon preached at the funeral of Sir Willoughby Chamberlain, Kt. : who died at his house at Chelsey, Dec. 6 and was interred at the parish church of St. James Garlick Hith, London, Dec. 12, 1697 / by John King, rector of Chelsey.; King, John,
Chamberlaine George Active 1651 1653 : The remonstrance and declaration of George Chamberlaine Gent. : declaring to the world all passages concerning his lawfull mariage with Ione Hele, sole daughter and heire of Andrew Hele Esq. ... And also how the said Samuel Massey and his sayd wife ... hath defrauded the said George Chamberlaine ....; Chamberlaine, George,
Chamberlayne Edward 1616 1703 Englands Wants : A rod for the fool's-back, or, Dr. Chamberlin and his proposal vindicated : from the foul aspersions of a dirty, scurrilous scribler, who pretends to answer the paper of the comparison, between the doctor's proposal and Mr. Briscoe's.; Chamberlen, Hugh.
Chamberlen Peter 1601 1683 Poore Mans Advocate : Plus vltra. : To the Parliament of England, that you have made the earth to shake, and the seas to tremble under you: (even earthly men, and seas of their traditions) the power of the Lord is magnified, and you are highly honoured. ... / Your sober friend, and humble servant in the Lord, Peter Chamberlain.; Chamberlen, Peter,
Chambers George : George Chambers : his life and work : the sailor's eye and the artist's hand / Alan Russett ; with extracts from the 1841 biography by John Watkins.; Russett, Alan.
Chambers Humphrey 1598 Or 9 1662 Animadversions On Mr Willia : The stumbling-stone, or, A discourse touching that offence which the world and worldly church do take against 1. Christ himself. 2. His true word. 3. His true worship. 4. His true church. 5. His true government. 6. His true ministry. : Wherein the University is reproved by the Word of God. Delivered partly to the University-congregation in Cambridge, partly to another in the same town. Together with a brief touch in the epistle (for the present) on the late quarrelsom, weak, and erroneous Animadversions of one Mr. Chambers, called Doctor in Divinity, and Pastor of Pewsy in Wiltshire. By William Dell minister of the Gospel, and Master of Gonvil and Cains Colledge in Cambridge.; Dell, William,
Chambers Humphrey 1598 Or 9 1662 Answer Of Humphrey Chambers : A narrative of the proceedings of the commissioners appointed by O. Cromwell, for ejecting scandalous and ignorant ministers. : In the case of Walter Bushnell clerk, vicar of Box in the county of Wilts. Wherein is shewed that both commissioners, ministers, clerk, witnesses have acted as unjustly even as was possible for men to do by such a power: and all under the pretence of godliness and reformation.; Bushnell, Walter,
Chambers John : An abstract of His Maiesties commission, granted the tenth day of Iuly, 1624, under the great seale of England : taken forth the 25 of Septemb. 1624, a duplicate of the said commission, by Iohn Chambers, citizen and mercer of London, dwelling at the signe of the Hand and Bible in Rood-lane neere Fanchurch-street in London, where the commissioners may assemble as they please, for the reliefe of the poore prisoners in the seuerall prisons ... published to moue in all creditors whom it may concerne, an obedient conformitie to His Maiesties gratious will and charitable inclination.; Chambers, John.
Chambers Robert 1571 1624 : Tvvo learned sermons : The one, of the mischieuous subtiltie, and barbarous crueltie, the other of the false doctrines, and refined hæresis of the romish synagogue. / Preached, the one at Paules Crosse the 5. of Nouember, 1608. The other at the Spittle the 17. of Aprill. 1609. In the first, are examined diuers passages of that lewde English libell, written by a prophane fugitiue, against the Apologie for the Oath of Allegeance. In the seconde, are answered many of the arguments published by Rob. Chambers priest, concerning popish miracles; and dedicated (forsooth) to the Kings most excellent Maiestie. By Robert Tynley, Doctor of Diuinitie, and Archdeacon of Ely.; Tynley, Robert,
Champion Gower : Gower Champion : dance and American musical theatre.; Payne-Carter, David.
Champion Mary : Bloody newes from Dover. : Being a true relation of the great and bloudy murder, committed by Mary Champion (an Anabaptist) who cut off her childs head, being 7. weekes old, and held it to her husband to baptize. Also, another great murder committed in the north, by a Scottish commander, for which fact he was executed.