Crowther Dandeson Coates : Church Missionary Society archive [microform]. Section IV, Africa missions. Part 6, Nigeria-Niger, 1857-1882.
Crowther Geoffrey 1907 1972 : The implications of the Crowther report : report of the BACIE Spring Conference, held at the Federation of British Industries, London, 27 April 1960.; British Association for Commercial and Industrial Education.
Croyden London England History : The Case of the inhabitants of the town and parish of Croyden in the county of Surrey : concerning the great oppressions they ly under by reason of the unparallel'd extortions and violent illegal and unwarrantable prosecutions of Doctor William Clewer, vicar of the said parish.
Cruelty In Literature : Torture and brutality in medieval literature [electronic resource] : negotiations of national identity / Larissa Tracy.; Tracy, Larissa,
Cruelty In Literature Early Works To 1800 : The rich farmers ruine; : vvho murmured at the plenty of the seasons, because he could not sell corn so dear as his covetous heart desired. To the tune of, Why are my eyes still flowing, as it is play'd on the violin. This may be printed, R.P
Cruff George Active 1684 : A Full account of a bold and barbarous murther committed on the body of William Culliford Esq. by George Cruff, in Water-Lane near the Custom-House in London, on Friday the 8th day of August, 1684, in the open street between the hours of 11 and 12 of the same day : as also the relation of a gentleman of qualities groom, who was shot by a life-guardman upon Munday the 4th of this instant, in the town of Kensington : together with the further account of a lamentable fire that happened in a town call'd Church-Hill, within two miles of Chipping-Norton, in Oxfordsheire [sic], on Wednesday the 30th of July, last.
Cruikshank Brodie 1814 1854 : Africa through Western eyes [microform]. Part 3, Original manuscripts from the Royal Commonwealth Society Library at Cambridge University Library.
Cruikshank George 1792 1878 Exhibitions : Cruikshank 200 : an exhibition to celebrate the bicentenary of George Cruikshank, born 27 September 1782, died 1 February 1878 / organised by John Wardroper.; Wardroper, John.