Christian inscriptions -- Italy -- Monte Sant'Angelo. : Il Santuario di S. Michele sul Gargano dal VI al IX secolo : contributo alla storia della Langobardia meridionale : atti del Convegno tenuto a Monte Sant'Angelo il 9-10 dicembre 1978 / a cura di Carlo Carletti e Giorgio Otranto.
Christian 1577-1648. -- Birth -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : lolas Ecloga qua canitur genethliacon recens nato Illustr Principi, D. Christiano, potentissimi Danorum Regis, Frîderici secundi &c. Filio Primogenito. : Cui brevis etiam Historia connubij et coronationis Regiae obiter, inserta est / Autore Zacharia à Widing Holsato.
Christian 1577-1648. -- Family -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : In praematurum obitum Friderici, ducis Slesvici et Holsatiae etc. : Regis Daniae et Norvegiae, &c. Christiani quarti ac reginae Annae Catharinae, e familia marchionum Brandenburgensium oriundae: filiol . Nati Fridrisburgi XV. Augusti, hora noctis circiter XL ac statim post susceptum baptismum, defuncti, anno Domini 1599.
Christian, 1577-1648. : Two manifesto's, or declarations; : the one by the King of Denmarke, the other by the Queene of Sweden, both concerning the present warres.
Christian, 1577-1648 -- Early works to 1800. : The King of Denmarks resolution concerning Charles King of Great Brittain : wherin is declared his determination for the setting forth of a fleet towards England, wherein the Lord Digbie, M. Piercy, and Secretary Windebank are present, being now ready to lance forth. Read in the audience of both Houses of Parliament. June 29. With the copy of a letter which was read in the Dutch church on Sunday last, being the 3. of Iuly, concerning the escape which the Queen would have made from Holland to Yorke, unknown to the states, and the Parliaments resolution concerning the L. Strange. Ordered that this be printed and published. Hen. Elsing. Cler. Parl. D. Com.
Christian leadership -- Early works to 1800. : A bill to prevent disturbance to those of the episcopal-communion, in that part of Great-Britain called Scotland, in the exercise of their religious worship, and in the use of the liturgy of the Church of England, and for repealing an act [passed] in the Parliament of Scotland in the year 1695, intituled, Act anent irregular marriages and baptisms.