Celiac disease -- Early works to 1800. : Dispitatio medica inauguralis de affectione coeliaca . [electronic resource] : Quam praeside Deo opt. max. ex authoritate magnifici d. rectoris, D. Johannis Voet ... Nec non amplissimi senatûs academici consensu, & almae facultatis medicae decreto, pro gradu doctoratus, summisque in medicina honoribus & privilegiis ritè ac legitimè consequendis, publico examini subjicit Cornelius Honscoop, Batavus. Ad diem 4 Novemb., loco horisque solitis.
Celiac disease -- Nutritional aspects. : The science of gluten-free foods and beverages : proceedings of the first International Conference of Gluten-free Cereal Products and Beverages / edited by Elke K. Arendt, Fabio Dal Bello.
Celibacy -- Anglican communion -- Early works to 1800. : An apologie fully ansvveringe by scriptures and auncea[n]t doctors, a blasphemose book gathered by D. Steph. Gardiner [electronic resource] : nou Lord chauncelar and D. Smyth of Oxford, and other papists, as by ther books appeare, and of late setfurth vnder the name of Thomas Martin doctor of the ciuile lawes as of himself he saieth, against the godly mariadge of priests. Wherein dyuers other matters whiche the Papists defend be so confutid, that in Martyns ouerthrow they may see there own impudency and confusion. By Iohn Ponet Doctor of Diuinity and Bishop of Winchester. The author desireth the reader will content himself with this first book vntill he may haue leasure to set furth the next, whiche shalbe by Gods grace shortly.
Celibacy -- Kentucky -- Nelson County. : An account of the law-suit instituted by Rev. G.A.M. Elder, president of St. Joseph's College against Rev. N.L. Rice, Presbyterian minister [electronic resource] : for a pretended libel on the character of Rev. David Duparque, a Roman priest : together with some remarks on celibacy and nunneries / by N.L. Rice.
Celibacy -- Poetry. : An answer at large, to a most hereticall, trayterous, and papisticall byll in English verse [electronic resource] : which was cast abrode in the streetes of Northamton, and brought before the judges at the last assizes there, 1570.