Clark, William, -1603. : By the King : wee haue by our late proclamation, published for the apprehension of one Anthony Copley, signified what griefe it was vnto vs, that any subiect of this realme,of how meane condition soeuer, should giue us iust cause to put in vse the power of our lawes for any offense against vs in matter of loyaltie.
Clark, William, 1770-1838 -- Travel -- West (U.S.) : History of the expedition under the command of Lewis and Clark : to the sources of the Missouri River, thence across the Rocky Mountains and down the Columbia River to the Pacific Ocean, performed during the years 1804-5-6, by order of the government of the United States.
Clarke, Alice, -1635. : The adultresses funerall day in flaming, scorching, and consuming fire, or, The burning downe to ashes of Alice Clarke, late of Vxbridge in the county of Middlesex, in West-smith-field on Wensday the 20 of May, 1635 for the unnaturall poisoning of Fortune Clarke her husband : a breviary of whose confession taken from her owne mouth is here unto annexed, as also what she sayd at the place of her execution / by her daily visiter H.G. in life and death ; and now published by authority and commaund.
Clarke, Allen. : The eternal question : is there another life? / by Allen Clarke
Clarke, Alured, 1696-1742. : The bp and the dr reconcil'd : in a letter to a member of Parliament. Wherein The Meaning of the most material and beautifulest Part of the King's Speech is explain'd and asserted. Occasion'd by two Sermons lately preach'd, the one before the Right Honourable the House of Lords, and the other before the Honourable House of Commons, on the 31st of January last. By a plain honest countryman. To which is added, The French Lampoon against the Cardinal, which was perversely applied, and worse translated here before.
Clarke, Andrew, 1824-1902 -- Correspondence. : Life of Lieut.-General the Hon. Sir Andrew Clarke, G.C.M.G., C.B., C.I.E., Colonel-Commandant of Royal Engineers, Agent-General of Victoria, Australia / edited by R.H. Vetch ; with a preface by G.S. Clarke.
[Clarke, Bartholomew] -- Will -- Early works to 1800. : An act to impower the Honourable Edward Bouverie and William Bouverie : respectively, to make Leases of Chester Quay and Brewer's Quay, and other Tenements and Buildings in the City of London, devised by the Wills of Bartholomew Clarke, and Hitch Younge, both deceased.