Clagett William 1646 1688 : Pulpit-sayings, or, The characters of the pulpit-papist examined : in answer to the Apology for the pulpits and in vindication of the representer against the stater of the controversie.; Gother, John,
Clagett William 1646 1688 Treatise Concerning The Operations Of The : Peaceable disquisitions : which treat of the natural and spiritual man, preaching with the demonstration of the Spirit, praying by the Spirit, assurance, the Arminian grace, possibility of heathens salvation, the reconciliation of Paul and James, the imputation of Christ's righteousness, with other incident matters : in some animadversions on a discourse writ against Dr. Owen's Book of the Holy Spirit / by John Humfrey ...; Humfrey, John,
Claims Against Decedents Estates Netherlands : A Brief deduction of the case between George Carew Esqr. administrator of the goods and chattels, rights, debts and credits of Sr. William Courten, knight deceased unadministred with his will annexed, plaintiff : and [I]acob Pergens, bewinthebber of the West-India Company at their chamber in Amsterdam, defendant : as it was delivered in low-Dutch to the scheepens and iudges in Amsterdam, in the month of October 1676.
Claims Against Decendents Estates England : A Brief deduction of the case between George Carew Esqr. administrator of the goods and chattels, rights, debts and credits of Sr. William Courten, knight deceased unadministred with his will annexed, plaintiff : and [I]acob Pergens, bewinthebber of the West-India Company at their chamber in Amsterdam, defendant : as it was delivered in low-Dutch to the scheepens and iudges in Amsterdam, in the month of October 1676.
Claims Congresses : State entities in international arbitration : IAI seminar, Paris - October 20, 2005 / edited by Emmanuel Gaillard and Jennifer Younan.
Clairmont Claire : Claire Clairmont and the Shelleys, 1798-1879 / Robert Gittings and Jo Manton.; Gittings, Robert William Victor.
Clamp William 1693 : An Account of the tryal of William Clamp : boatswain of their majesties ship the York, and his mate William Griffin, together with Sergeant Vallune, before the Honourable Sir Francis Wheeler, admiral of the Mediteranean Squadron, and reer-admiral of the Red, and the Right Honourable the Earl of Danby, reer-admiral of the Blew, on board their majesties ship the Carlisle : the two former for cheating the king, in embezzling their majesties stores, the latter for killing his fellow soldier, who being convicted and condemned, were executed on board at Portsmouth on Friday the 24th of this instant November 1693 : with their behaviour at the execution.
Clams : Clam cultivation : localised environmental effects : results of an experiment in the River Exe, Devon(1991-1995).; Spencer, B.E.
Clanbrassill James Hamilton Earl Of 1617 Or 18 1659 : Two letters from Sir Charles Coote, Lord President of the Province of Connaght in Ireland to the Honourable VVilliam Lenthall, speaker of the Parliament : relating the rendition of the towne and castle of Carickfergus, to Sir Charles Coote, together with the totall defeate of the Scottish and Irish forces in the north of Ireland, under the command of the Lord Ards, Lord Claneboys and Monro.; Mountrath, Charles Coote,
Clapham Henoch Epistle Discoursing Upon The Present Pestilence : Doctor Andros his Prosopopeia answered, and necessarily directed to his Maiestie, for remouing of Catholike scandale : 2. Sacred policie, directed of dutie to our sweet yong Prince Henry. 3. An epistle, directed to such as are troubled in minde about the stirres in our Church. By Henoch Clapham, prisoner in the Gate-house at Westminster, adioyning London.; Clapham, Henoch.
Clapham John Harold : John Harold Clapham, 1873-1946, fellow, tutor and vice-provost.; King's College (University of Cambridge)
Clapham Jonathan Guide To The True Religion : The guide mistaken, and temporizing rebuked, or, A brief reply to Jonathan Clapham's book intituled, A guide to the true religion : in which his religion is confuted, his hypocrisie is detected, his aspersions are reprehended, his contradictions are compared / by W.P., a friend to the true religion.; Penn, William,