Cheislie John : A letter from an honourable gentleman in the court, certifying the examination of Mr. Iohn Cheisly Esquire, Secretary to the Commissioners of Scotland, : who was taken and stayd at Newcastle, with his answer to the many interrogatories put unto him by the governour and major thereof, concerning Major-generall Massies going into Scotland, to rayse an army: and the Scots preparations to invade this kingdome. With some other advertisements concerning peace. Together with the certainty of the safe landing of Sir William Waller, Mr. Anthony Nicols, and other impeached members, at the Brill in Holland.; I. B.
Cheke John Sir 1514 1557 : The true subiect to the rebell, or, The hurt of sedition, how greivous it is to a common-wealth / written by Sir Iohn Cheeke ... ; whereunto is newly added by way of preface a briefe discourse of those times, as they may relate to the present, with the authors life.; Cheke, John,
Chelmsford England History 17th Century : A True relation of a horrid murder committed upon the person of Thomas Kidderminster, of Tupsley in the county of Hereford, Gent., at the White-Horse Inn in Chelmsford, in the county of Essex, in the month of April, 1654 : together with a true account of the strange and providential discovery of the same nine years after : for which Moses Drayne, an hostler in the said inn, was executed at Brentwood in the same county, in the year 1667, being thirteen years after the commission of the said murder, whose arraignment, conviction and attainder appears by the records of the circuit of that year.
Chemical Apparatus Early Works To 1800 : The art of distillation, or, A treatise of the choicest spagyrical preparations, experiments, and curiosities, performed by way of distillation : together with the description of the choicest furnaces and vessels used by ancient and modern chymists : and the anotomy of gold and silver, with the chiefest preparations and curiosities thereof : together with their virtues : in six books / by John French ... ; to which is added in this third impression calcination and sublimation, in two books ; as also, The London-distiller exactly and truly shewing the way (in words at length, and not in myterious characters and figures) to draw all sorts of spirits and strong-waters ; together with their virtues, and other excellent waters.; French, John,