Cuckney England Maps : Derbyshire - Nottinghamshire [cartographic material] : sheet SK 57 SE.; Great Britain.
Cuckolds : Hey for Horn Fair, the general market of England, or, Room for cuckolds : being a merry progress of nine several sorts of cuckolds here discovered ... : full of mirth and merry discourse, newly presented from Horn Fair to all the merry good fellows in England : to which is added, The marriage of Jockie and Jenny.; T. R.
Cuckolds England Early Works To 1800 : The dyers destiny: or, The loving wife's help in time of need. : Two trades is better far than one, sweet husband, then, said she; then if thou wilt let me alone, I'll be a help to thee. To the tune of, Why are my eyes still flowing, &c. This may be printed, R.P.
Cuckolds England Humour Early Works To 1800 : A new dialogue between Squire Ketch and the Dutchess his wife, or, Squire Ketch proved a cuckold, : upon a tryal at Hicks's-Hall, a court there held for Middlesex, on Tuesday 10th of this instant October, 1699.
Cudworth Ralph 1617 1688 : Bibliotheca Cudworthiana, sive, Catalogus variorum librorum plurimis facultatibus : insignium bibliothecæ instructissimæ Rev. Doct. Dr. Cudworth, S.T.P., Coll. Christi apud Cantab. nuperrimè præfecti : quorum auctio habenda est Londini, apud domum appellatam Rolls Coffee-house, in cœmeterio Divi Pauli, secundo die Februarii, 1690/1 / per Edvardum Millingtonum, bibliopol. Lond.; Millington, Edward,
Culbone England Maps : Devonshire - Somerset [cartographic material] : sheet SS 84 NW.; Great Britain.
Culfant John : The proceedings at the sessions of oyer and terminer held at the sessions-house in the Old-Baily, for the city of London, county of Middlesex, and goal-delivery of Newgate, which began on the 29th of August and ended on the 30th instant, but especially the tryals of S. Tufton, and Joh. Culfant
Culham Francis 1631 : The Miraculous recovery of a dumb man at Lambeth, or, A Brief and true relation of an extraordinary distemper : which at Christmas 1671 seized upon Mr. Francis Culham of South-Lambeth in the county of Surrey, chyrurgeon, and took away his understanding and speech and so continued for the space of four years and four months : with his wonderful restauration on Fryday the 12 of May, 1676, by the immediate hand of God ...
Cullen Countee : Roots of Negro racial consciousness : the 1920's : three Harlem Renaissance authors : [James Weldon Johnson, Countee Cullen and Claude McKay].; Bronz, Stephen H.
Culley Matthew 1731 1804 : Matthew and George Culley : farming letters 1798-1804 / edited by Anne Orde.; Culley, Matthew,
Culliford William 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.