Chaplin Drummond 1866 1933 : Londons triumphs : illustrated with many magnificent structures & pageants on which are orderly advanced several stately representations of poetical deities, sitting and standing in great splendor on several scenes in proper shapes : with pertinent speeches, jocular songs (sung by the city musick) and pastoral dancing performed October 29, 1677 for the celebration, solemnity, and inauguration of the Right Honourable Sir Francis Chaplin Knight, lord mayor of the city of London / designed and composed by Tho. Jordan.; Jordan, Thomas,
Chaplin Thomas Benjamin 1822 1890 : Tombee : portrait of a cotton planter, with the journal of Thomas B. Chaplin, (1822-1890) / edited and annotated with the assistance of S.W. Walker.; Rosengarten, Theodore.
Chapman Annie 1888 : The five : the untold lives of the women killed by Jack the Ripper / Hallie Rubenhold.; Rubenhold, Hallie,
Chapman Livewel Early Works To 1800 : By the Council of State. A proclamation. Whereas the Council of State is informed, that Livewel Chapman of London, Stationer, having from a wicked design to engage the nation in blood and confusion, caused several seditious and treasonable books, to be printed and published, doth now hide and obscure himself, for avoiding the hand of justice, ...; England and Wales.
Chapman Samuel : Abolition and emancipation. Part 6, Papers of William Wilberforce, William Smith, Iveson Brookes, Francis Corbin and related records from the Rare Book, Manuscript and Special Collections Library, Duke University [microform], 1780-1880.
Chapman William Active 1621 : Iames by the grace of God king of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. : to all and singuler archbishops, bishops, archdeacons, deanes and their officials ... greeting : whereas wee are credibly giuen to understand by a certificate ... of ... the mayor, aldermen & sheriffes, of our towne of Kingston vpon Hull ... that our poore distressed subiect William Chapman ...; England and Wales.
Chappell Reuben 1870 1940 : Ship portrait painters : mainly in 19th century Britain, with Reuben Chappell (1870-1940) as a case study, including fifty illustrations selected from the National Maritime Museum and other collections, public & private.; Ward-Jackson, C. H.
Chappell William Captain : The true relation and description of 2. most strange and true remarkable sea-fights against the Turkes. : The one was on the 14. of April last, 1636. in a ship called the Blessing, of Stone-house in the parish of Pilmmouth, the masters name being Richard Andrew, of Stoken Tenew, betwixt Dartmouth and Exeter. The other sea-fight being the 6. of Nouember, 1636. in a ship called the Iohn of Plimmouth, of the burden of 120. tonnes, the masters name being William Chappell of Cockerton, in the county of Devonshire..
Character Of A Coffee House : Coffee-houses vindicated in ansvver to the late published Character of a coffee-house : asserting from reason, experience, and good authours, the excellent use and physical vertues of that liquor : with the grand conveniency of such civil places of resort and ingenious conversation.
Character Of A Town Gallant : News from Covent-garden, or, The Town-gallants vindication : The debates and result of a famous club of wits and men of humours and intrigues assembled for the damning of the late character.
Character Of An Informer : The Informers answer to the late character : vindicating themselves from the scandalous truths of that unlucky pamphlet.
Character Of France : A character of England, : as it was lately presented in a letter, to a noble man of France. With reflections upon Gallus Castratus.; Evelyn, John,
Character Psychology : Behaviour and physique : an introduction to practical and applied somatometry.; Parnell, Richard William.