Clanny, active 1698. : Inquisitio nova, et inter evangelicos hactenus inaudita; or, a just and true narrative, of the unjust and illegal process raised and pursued against Mr. H.C. minister of the gospel at K. by the presbytery and synod of D. : Wherein the injustice, together with the utmost evidence of the untruth and falshood of that which is pretended as the ground of the said process, is evidently demonstrate from Scripture, reason, acts of general councils and assemblies, the known and every where commended laws, acts and statutes, both of this and other kingdoms; the constant forms of process in all church-judicatories, especially in the Church of Scotland. And upon every head from sundry testimonies of most learned divines, Protestant and Popish, presbiterian and prelatick, which ever[y] w[h]ere in Europe. Published by the said Mr. C. for the vindication of oppressed truth and innocence, the information and satisfaction of many not a little surprized with the news of the said process.
Clanricarde, Ulick John De-Burgh, 1802-1874. : An inquiry into the truth of the accusations made against the Marquis of Clanricarde in the casue of Handcock v. Delacour lately heard in the Irish Court of Chancery [electronic resource].
Clansky, Kenneth. : Statistics sources : a subject guide to data on industrial, business, social, educational, financial, and other topics for the United States and internationally / Jacqueline Wasserman O'Brien and Steven R. Wasserman, editors ; Kenneth Clansky, assistant editor.
Clap, Samuel, 1745-1809. : On Tuesday morning, 16th October, at ten o'clock, [electronic resource] : will be sold by public vendue, at Russell and Clap's auction-room, the following collection of books, viz.
Clap, Supply, 1711-1747, : The duty of God's people to pray for the peace of Jerusalem : and especially for the preservation and continuance of their own privileges both civil and religious, when in danger at home or from abroad. A sermon on occasion of the rebellion in Scotland rais'd in favour of a popish pretender; with design to overthrow our present happy establishment, and to introduce popery and arbitrary power into our nations, from which, by a series of wonders, in the good providence of God, they have been often delivered, preach'd at Charlestown in New-England, Jan. 12. 1745,6. By Hull Abbot, A.M. a Pastor of the church there. [Nine lines of Scripture texts].