Civil Engineering Education Conference, University of Michigan, 1960. : Civil engineering education; a study sponsored jointly by the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Society of [i.e. for] Engineering Education, under a grant by the National Science Foundation, 1959-1960.
Civil Liberties Educational Foundation. : Civil rights and liberties in the United States : an annotated bibliography / by Alexander D. Brooks ; with a selected list of fiction and audio-visual materials collected by Albert A. Alexander and Virginia H. Ellison.
Civil Pictures, Inc. : The Gateway Arch [electronic resource] : a reflection of America / produced and directed by Scott Huegerich & Bob Miano ; writers, Harper Barnes ... [et al.] ; a production of Civil Pictures, Inc.
Civilian at Vienna. : A defence of the right of the House of Austria to the crown of Spain, and the dominions thereunto belonging. In two parts. The first shewing the fatal consequences of the Treaty of Partition. The second containing an account of the methods us'd by France to procure from the late King of Spain a will in favour of the Duke of Anjou, by Forgery and Violence, in order to obtain an Universal Monarchy. Written by a civilian at Vienna, and done into English [electronic resource].
Civilian of Doctors Commons. : A new and complete collection of trials for adultery [electronic resource] : or, A general history of modern gallantry and divorces : containing all the most remarkable trials heard and determined in the courts of Doctors' Commons, the King's Bench, &c., &c., for adultery, fornication, cruelty, incest, and other criminal conversation, impotency, &c., from the year 1780 to the middle of the year 1797 : together with the substance of the evidence on each cause and the correspondence between the amorous parties : including also the most remarkable trials for adultery, &c., in Wales, Ireland and Scotland during the said period : being a work comprehending select reports of the Court of Doctors' Commons, &c., and which will include a complete history of the private lives, intrigues and amours of many characters in the most elevated spheres of life, as every scene and transaction, however ridiculous, whimsical, or extraordinary, will be fairly represented, as becomes a faithful historian, who is determined not to sacrifice truth at the shrine of guilt and folly : interspersed with some of the most remarkable and curious trials for crim. con. &c., prior to the above period / the whole taken in short hand from the records of the courts of Doctors' Commons, the King's Bench, &c., and arranged for publication with reflections upon the numerous cases by a Civilian of Doctors Commons.