Consistoire Central Israelite De France : L'étoile et la francisque : les institutions juives sous Vichy / édité par Alain Michel, avec la collaboration de Claire Darmon ; préface du grand rabbin Jacob Kaplan.; Moch, Maurice.
Consolation Quotations Maxims Etc : Excellent memorables for all mourners : especially mourners for the loss of dearest relations : gathered out of Mr. B's prepared (though not preached) farewel sermon, at Kederminster, Aug. 24, 1662, upon our Savior's words.; Baxter, Richard,
Consolation Quotations Maxims Etc Early Works To 1800 : Excellent memorables for all mourners: : especially mourners for the loss of dearest relations. / Gathered out of Mr. B's prepared (though not preached) farewel sermon, at Kederminster, Aug. 24. 1662. upon our Saviors words.; Baxter, Richard,
Conspiracies England 17th Century : By the King : wee haue by our late proclamation, published for the apprehension of one Anthony Copley, signified what griefe it was vnto vs, that any subiect of this realme,of how meane condition soeuer, should giue us iust cause to put in vse the power of our lawes for any offense against vs in matter of loyaltie.; England and Wales.
Conspiracies England Kent : The Kentish conspiracy, or, An order and narration declaring the late plot for the surprizing of Dover castle : and the setting on foot of a commission of array in the county of Kent : taken and extracted out of the examination of the severall conspirators.
Conspiracies England Kent Early Works To 1800 : The Kentish conspiracy: or, An order and narration declaring the late plot for the surprizing of Dover castle: : and the setting on foot of a commission of array in the county of Kent. Taken and extracted out of the examination of the severall conspirators. Published by order of the committee at Alesford, Janua. 9. 1645.
Conspiracies England Poetry Early Works To 1800 : The phanaticks plot discovered : being a true relation of their strange proceedings in Glocester-shire and other counties; and what hath since hapned upon the appearing of the two great bodies of frogs and toads, (as they pretended) in sundry shapes and dreadful colours; to the great wonder of all loyal subjects, that shall seriously peruse these following lines. To the tune of, Packingtons pound.