Cary, Edmond, 1912-1966. : Comment faut-il traduire? / Edmond Cary ; introduction, bibliographie et index de Michel Ballard.
Cary, Edward. : A pattern for youth. In three parts. First. The Father's Care of his Son, finding him Born under au Unlucky Planet; and how, unknown to him, by the fond Mother, who supported him with Gold, was brought in great Danger of Hanging, which broke his Father's Heart. Second. Being clear'd, as he sat Reading, the Devil appeared to him, and tempted him to Burn the Holy Bible: And how by Prayers he vanquish'd his Enemy: Concluding with his Advice to all Young People. Third. The West Country Miracle: Being an Account of one Sarah Clark, who lay six Days and Nights in a Heap of Snow, in which time she had no Succour, and yet, through Mercy, is now alive. By Edward Cary. Licensed according to Order.
Cary, Edward, -1711. : The catechist catechiz'd: or, Loyalty asserted in vindication of the oath of allegiance, against a new catechism set forth by a father of the Society of Jesus : To which is annexed a decree, made by the fathers of the same Society, against the said oath: with animadversions upon it. By Adolphus Brontius, a Roman-Catholick.
Cary, Elisabeth Luther : Artists Past and Present : Random Studies [electronic resource] / Elisabeth Luther Cary
Cary, George, : A physician's phylactic : against a lawyer's venefic: or, an answer to a book, abusively entituled, The rights of the Christian Church asserted. First printed 1706. By George Cary, M.D.