Creagh, Andrew. : An account of the arguments of counsel and the directions of the court on a plea of auterfois acquit pleaded by James Foy, at the Summer Assizes 1786, holden for the county of Mayo, at Ballinrobe, on the fifth day of June, to an indictment for procuring, stirring, and provoking Andrew Creagh, otherwise Craig, and others to slee and murder Patrick Randal M'Donnell, Esquire, and Charles Hipson [electronic resource] : with the pleadings in that case.
Creagh, John. : Sea prison and shore hell, the cruise of the raider Atlantis : from the diary of John Creagh / by Roy Alexander.
Creagh, Mary. : Modern Swedish design : three founding texts / by Uno Åhrén ... [et al.] ; edited and with introductions by Lucy Creagh, Helena Kåberg, and Barbara Miller Lane ; Essay by Kenneth Frampton.
Creake, Bezaleel, / bookseller. : Penitential tables. [electronic resource] : Being lively representations of the most illustrious penitents of the Old and New Testament. Written originally in French, in the civil wars of France, during the minority of Lewis XIV. the late king. By the most Reverend and most illustrious Messire Antoine Godeau. Richly embellished with two and twenty copper plates, suitable to each subject, curiously engraven by the best hands, with the arms, names and titles of the nobility and gentry, to whom each plate is dedicated. Translated into English by Mr. Samber.
Crealock, Henry Hope. : Foreign politics and England's foreign policy : a lecture given at Bradford / by Hope Crealock, 13th March, 1873.
Crealock, John North, 1837-1895. : The Frontier War journal of Major John Crealock, 1878 : a narrative of the ninth Frontier War by the assistant military secretary to Lieutenant General Thesiger / edited and introduced by Chris Hummel.
Crealock, W. I. B. : Towards Thiti [i.e. Tahiti] : trip to the Pacific for folklore / by W.I.B. Crealock.
Creamer, Charles, b. 1632? : A journey into the country [electronic resource] : being a dialogue between an English Protestant physitian and an English papist : wherein the proper state of the popish controversy is discoursed : with reference (only) to the government of England in church and state, in some answer to Peter Walsh, and pursuant to the directions of a person of honor.