Crabb Roger Active 1647 : An humble remonstrance from his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax: : concerning the great sufferings and grievances of divers, whose cases are represented to the Parliament. Read in the House of Commons. the 14. day of September 1647. Die Martis, Septem. 14. 1647. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament assembled, that this businesse be referred to the consideration, and examination of the Committee of Indemnity, to relieve them as they shall see cause, if they have power, otherwayes to make speedy report to the House. H. Elsynge Cler. Par, Dom, Com.; Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax,
Cradock Nathaniel 1594 Or 5 : An Answer in just vindication of some religious and worthy gentlemen of Pembrokeshire against a scandalous pamphlet published in print by one Iohn Poyer, late mayor of Pembroke / set forth by such as have been eye-witnesses of of [sic] the affaires of that county, from the beginning of these unnaturall warres, who love truth and justice, hate oppression and falsehood ; as also the petition of Mr. Nathaniel Cradock, a very godly preacher to the honourable committee of the House of Commons in Parliament concerning plundered ministers, of intolerable abuses done him by the said John Poyer, with several orders, certificates, and letters concerning that businesse.
Cradock Samuel 1621 1706 Knowledge And Practise : A supplement to Knowledge and practice : wherein the main things necessary to be known and believed in order to salvation are more fully explained, and several new directions given for the promoting of real holiness both of heart and life : to which is added a serious disswasive from some of the reigning and customary sins of the times, viz. swearing, lying, pride, gluttony, drunkenness, uncleanness, discontent, covetousness and earthly-mindedness, anger and malice, idleness / by Samuel Cradock ... useful for the instruction of private families.; Cradock, Samuel,
Craford Patrick : Charles, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c., to all to whom these presents shall come greeting : whereas wee by our commission vnder our great seale of England ... haue giuen power and authoritie vnto our commissioners therein named ...; England and Wales.
Cragg Family Of Wyresdale : Jacobites and Jacobins : two eighteenth-century perspectives : The memoir of Walter Shairp : the story of the Liverpool Regiment during the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745 / edited by Jonathan Oates ; and, The writings of the Cragg family of Wyresdale / edited by Katrina Navickas.
Cragg Tony 1949 Exhibitions : A new thing breathing : recent work by Tony Cragg / [text selectors, Gareth Evans, Christoph Grunenberg, Daniel McClean].
Cragge John Gent : A True coppie of divers letters sent from the governors of Ireland to the Parliament in England desiring their speedy ayd for the supply : wherein is declared the revolting of divers counties to the rebels who are come within 4 miles of Dublin where they prevent much reliefe, cattell and provision from comming to the city : with the substance of a proclamation published by the rebels who expect ayd from forraine parts : with the message from them sent to the Kings Majesty by the Lord Dillion for a toleration of their religion : and the Parliaments answer thereto with a description of the Earle of Essex with his forces to be the subduer of them.
Cragge John M A : A plea for anti-pædobaptists, : against the vanity and falshood of scribled papers, entituled, The anabaptists anatomiz'd and silenc'd in a public dispute at Abergaveny in Monmouth-shire Sept. 5. 1653. Betwixt John Tombes, John Cragg, and Henry Vaughan, touching infant-baptism. By John Tombes, B.D.; Tombes, John,