Clare Family : A baronial family in medieval England : the Clares, 1217-1314.; Altschul, Michael.
Clare Ireland History Military : A iovrnall of the most memorable passages in Ireland : especially that victorious battell at Munster beginning the 25 of August 1642 and continued : wherein is related the siege of Ardmore castle : together with a true and perfect description of the famous battell of Liscarroll / written by a Worthy gentleman, who was present at both these services.; Worthy gentleman who was present at both these services.
Clare Ireland History Military Early Works To 1800 : A iournall of the most memorable passages in Ireland. : Especially that victorious battell at Munster, beginning the 25. of August 1642. and continued. Wherein is related the siege of Ardmore Castle; together with a true and perfect description of the famous battell of Liscarroll. Written by a worthy gentleman, who was present at both these services.; Worthy gentleman who was present at both these services.
Claridge Richard 1649 1723 : The life and posthumous works of Richard Claridge : being memoirs and manuscripts relating to his experiences and progress in religion, his changes in opinion and reasons for them / collected by Joseph Besse.; Claridge, Richard,
Claridge Richard 1649 1723 Mercy Covering The Judgment Seat And C : Lux evangelica attestata: or, a further testimony to the sufficiency of the light within. : Being a reply to George Keith's censure, in his book, intituled, An account of the Quakers politicks, upon certain passages in my book, intituled, Mercy covering the judgment-seat, &c for the clearing of truth from G.K's misrepresentations, and satisfying of sober enquirers into the true state of the controversie between us. / By Richard Claridge.; Claridge, Richard,
Claris Et Laris : Der roman von Claris und Laris in seinen beziehungen zur altfranzösischen Artusepik des XII. und XIII. Jahrhunderts, unter besonderer berücksichtigung der werke Crestiens von Troyes / von Martin Klose.; Klose, Martin,
Clark Daniel : The True narrative of the proceedings at the sessions for London and Middlesex, begun on Thursday the 5th of June, 1679 : giving a full account of the several tryals there, for robberies, burghlaries, felonies, and other misdemeanors : and particularly the arraignment and examination of Daniel Clark, for firing his mistrisses house in the Minories, who confessed the same, and pleaded guilty to the indictment : with the number of the persons that received sentence of death, were burnt in the hand, are to be transported or whipt, and each of their respective offences : more exactly taken than ever heretofore.
Clark John : A meet help, or, A wedding sermon : preached at New-Castle in New-England, June 19th 1694, at the marriage of Mr. John Clark, and Mrs. Elizabeth Woodbridge / by Mr. John Cotton.; Cotton, John,
Clark John 1691 : Blood will out, or, An example of justice in the tryal, condemnation, confession and execution of Thomas Lutherland, : who barbarously murthered the body of John Clark of Philadelphia, and was executed at Salem in West-Jarsey the 23d of February, 1691/2.; Lutherland, Thomas,
Clark John Sir Active 1638 1661 : The case of Simon Clark : son and heir of Peter Clark deceased and now heir apparent of the family of Sr. Simon Clark, against whom a bill is brought into the Parliament by Sr. John Clark and Fuller Skipwith to deprive him of all estate setled upon him by Sr. Simon Clark Baronet his grandfather.; Clark, Simon,