Common law -- United States -- History and criticism. : Theory and principles of law [electronic resource] : a complete analysis of the common law of England : adopted into the American law, with such statutory changes and modifications as have since occurred, showing the present state of the law : and the reasons and principles upon which it is founded : together with a copious citation of leading English and American authorities in illustration of those principles / by Sydney K. Smith.
Common law -- United States -- States -- History and criticism. : The English practice [electronic resource] : a statement showing some of the evils and absurdities of the practice of the English common law as adopted in several of the United States and particularly in the state of New York ... / by a lover of improvement.
Common law -- Vermont -- Early works to 1800. : Reports and dissertations, in two parts. : Part I. Reports of cases determined in the Supreme Court of the State of Vermont, in the years 1789, 1790, and 1791. Part II. Dissertations on the statute adopting the common law of England, the statute of conveyances, the statute o offsets, and on the negotiability of notes. With an appendix, containing forms of special pleadings in several cases; forms of recognizances; of justices records; and of warrants of commitment. By Nathaniel Chipman, late chief justice.
Common lectionary (1992) : Feasting on the Word. Liturgies of Year B. Volume 2 : Worship companion / edited by Kimberly Bracken Long ; book design by Drew Stevens ; cover design by Lisa Buckley and Dilu Nicholas.
Monasticism and religious orders -- Common life -- Early works to 1800. : Crude thoughts on prevailing subjects, adapted to common life. : Gaming, Duelling, Swearing, Free-Thinking, Suicide, Friendship, Cruelty, Injustice, Lying, Slander, Drinking, Politics, Suspicion, Pride, Ambition, Contentment, Charity, Religion. To which is added a short epistlatory correspondence between town and country. By a clergyman of Kent.
Common markets -- See International economic integration --subdivision Economic integration under names of regions larger than countries for works discussing the integration of the economies of a group of countries, e.g. Europe--Economic integration; and names of international organizations established to integrate the economies of various countries
Common Monetary Area (Organization) : Welfare effects of monetary integration [electronic resource] : the Common Monetary Area and beyond / prepared by Tamon Asonuma, Xavier Debrun, and Paul R. Masson.
Common-place books. : The new help to discourse : or, wit and mirth, intermixt with more serious matters Consisting of Pleasant Philosophical, Physical, Historical, Moral, and Political Questions and Answers. As also Proverbs, Epitaphs, Epigrams, Riddles, Poesies, Rules for Behaviour, &c. with several Wonders, and other Varieties: Together with Directions for the true knowledge of several Matters concerning Astronomy, Holy-Days, and Husbandry, in a plain and easie Method. By W. W. Gent. That Author best of all doth write, Who mixeth Profit with Delight.
Common plant names -- See Plant names, Popular --subdivision Nomenclature (Popular) under individual plants and groups of plants, e.g. Corn--Nomenclature (Popular)
Powell, Vavasor, 1617-1670. : Leitourgia theiotera ergia, or, Liturgie a most divine service : in answer to a late pamphlet stiled, Common-prayer-book no divine service : wherein that authors XXVII reasons against liturgies are wholly and clean taken away, his LXIX objections against our most venerable service-book are fully satisfied : as also his XII arguments against bishops are clearly answered ... so that this tract may well passe for a replie to the most of the great and little exceptions any where made to our liturgie and politie .. / by John Barbon ...
Common-prayer-book unmasked. : Admonition to Doctor Burges, and to those who either compos'd or caused to be re-printed, that seditious pamphlet, entituled, The common-prayer-book unmasked : and to all others, who endeavour to maintain that factious opinion, that the use of the liturgie of the Church of England, is sinfull / Edmund Elis ...
Bernard, John, -1567?. : A just censure of a seditious pamphlet entitled, The Common-prayer book unmasked / by Edmund Elis, rector of East-Allington in Devon.
Dwalphintramis. : A view of the face unmasked, or, An answer to a scandalous pamphlet published by divers ministers and entituled The common prayer book unmasked : wherein the lawfulness of using that book is maintained ... : whereunto are added also some arguments for the retaining of that book in our Church .. / by Sam. Wotton ...