Crofters Scotland Highlands Economic Conditions : Extermination of the Scottish peasantry : being a reply to a letter from the most noble the Marquess of Breadalbane : wherein his lordship denies that extensive Clearances have been made upon his Highland properties / by R. Alister.; Alister, R.
Crofton Zachary 1606 1660 : A reply to the answer of Anonymus to Doctor Gauden's Analysis of the sense of the covenant: : and under that, to a later tract of one Mr Zach. Crofton of the same fraternity with him. / By John Rowland Oxoniensis, CCC. Rector of Footscray in Kent.; Rowland, John,
Crofton Zachary 1625 Or 1626 1672 Perjury The Proof Of Forgery : The Presbyterian lash. : Or, Noctroff's maid whipt. A tragy-comedy. As it was lately acted in the great roome at the Pye Tavern at Algate. By Noctroffe the priest, and severall his parishoners at the eating of a chine of beefe. The first part.; Kirkman, Francis,
Crofton Zachary 1625 Or 1626 1672 Reformation Not Separation : Jerub-baal, or, The pleader impleaded : being an answer to Mr. Croftons (lately published) plea for communion with the Church under her present corruptions, &c., entituled Reformation not separation by way of humble remonstrance thereunto : shewing, that non-communion with the Church of England in her liturgy and common-prayer, in those that (yet) joyn with her in the substantial ordinances and instituted worship of Christ, is no schism, and that such are unjustly called separatists : in a letter / written by T.P. for the private satisfaction of a friend, and by him published for common benefit.; T. P.
Crofts Cap : The tryal of Col. Grove, Lieu. col. Boules, [double brace] Capt. Mason, and cap. Crofts, : on Thursday and Fryday last at Salisbury, before the great and new court of justice, erected, constituted, and appointed, by His Highness the Lord Protector. With the charge of high treason exhibited and read against them, for taking up of arms, and conspiring against the present authority at VVhite-Hall; and their speeches at the bar, in answer thereunto. With the proceedings of Baron Thorp, and the rest of the judges thereupon; and the declaration or sentence pronounced by the councel for the Commonwealth.
Croke Alexander 1672 : Two sermons : the first preacht at Steeple-Aston in Oxfordshire at the funerall of Mr. Francis Croke of that place Aug. 2, 1672, the other at the funerall of Alexander Croke of Studley, Esq., buryed at Chilton in Buckinghamshire Octob. 24, 1672 / by Daniel Greenwood ...; Greenwood, Daniel,
Croke Francis 1672 : Two sermons : the first preacht at Steeple-Aston in Oxfordshire at the funerall of Mr. Francis Croke of that place Aug. 2, 1672, the other at the funerall of Alexander Croke of Studley, Esq., buryed at Chilton in Buckinghamshire Octob. 24, 1672 / by Daniel Greenwood ...; Greenwood, Daniel,
Croke John Sir : The perjur'd phanatick, or, The malicious conspiracy of Sr. John Croke of Chilton, Henry Larimore and other phanaticks against the life of Robert Hawkins, clerk, and late minister of Chilton, occasioned by his suit for tiths : discovered in a tryal at Alisbury before the Right Honourable Sir Matthew Hale, then Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer and Lord Chief Justice of England.; Hawkins, Robert,
Cromlechs Wales : The tomb-builders in Wales 4000-3000 BC / Steve Burrow.; Burrow, Stephen,
Crompton Henrietta Matilda 1793 1881 : Letters & papers of Henrietta Matilda Crompton & her family : a list with extracts ; &, The art of Henrietta Matilda Crompton / by Stephen Allen ; edited by M.Y. Ashcroft.; Allen, Stephen.
Crompton Mary 1846 1932 : A journal of a honeymoon voyage in S.S. Great Britain / by Mary Crompton, 1866 ; edited by James Crompton, 1992.; Crompton, Mary,
Crompton William 1599 1642 Saint Austins Religion : Cygnea cantio: or, Learned decisions, and most prudent and pious directions for students in divinitie; / delivered by our late soveraigne of happie memorie, King Iames, at White Hall a few weekes before his death.; Featley, Daniel,
Cromwel Abigaile : A narrative of the state of the case between John Cromwel Esquire and Abigaile his wife, plaintiffes, Thomas Berney Esquire, and John Awcock Gent. defendants : extracted out of the bill, answers, proceedings, and proofes in the Court of Chancery : touching the mannors of Buckenbam-Ferry, and Hassingham, Ornesby Burrough, and Scrotby in the county of Norfolke, heretofore the inheritance of Sir Henry Cleere.