Conifers -- Pruning. : The encyclopedia of essential pruning techniques / by George E. Brown ; revised and enlarged by Tony Kirkham ; with photography from Andrea Jones and a new foreword by Hugh Johnson.
Coniglio, Antonio, 1940- : Scaling and disordered systems [electronic resource] : international workshop and collection of articles honoring Professor Antonio Coniglio on the occasion of his 60th birthday / editors, Fereydoon Family ... [et al.].
Coningsbie, Fitzwilliam, d. 1666. : The Welchmens lamentation and complaint for te [sic] losse of her great towne and city of Hereford [electronic resource] : which taken from her by her creat [sic] enemy, Sir William Waller : and for te [sic] losse of her creat [sic] cosin and commander, M. Fitz-William Conningsby, governour of her said creat [sic] city of Hereford.
Coningsbie, Fitzwilliam, d. 1666 -- Early works to 1800. : The Welchmens lamentation and complaint, for te losse of her great towne and city of Hereford, [electronic resource] : which taken from her by her creat enemy, Sir William Waller; and for te losse of her creat cosin and commander, M. Fitz-William Conningsby, governour of her said creat city of Hereford.
Coningsby, Margaret Coningsby, Countess of, ca. 1709-1761. : The case of the Lord Coningsby's two infant daughters, [electronic resource] : with respect to the bill now passing the Honourable House of Commons, for sale of the estate of the late Earl of Ranelagh at Chelsea and Cranborne, in the countys of Middlesex and Berks.
Coningsby, Thomas, 1591-1654 -- Imprisonment -- Early works to 1800. : 26. of August, 1647. To all the vvorld to view, [electronic resource] and to all men of common sencc [sic] Christianity or humanity, to judge of Thomas Coningsby of Northmynis in the county of Hartford Esquire, now prisoner in the Tower of London. And of continuance under slavish and most inhumaine gaole tyrannie over his person, the space of foure yeares, eight months, and most illegall proceeding and oppressive, violence and villanies, (by indirect carriage) to his totall ruine, presents both the one and other to judge of and shewes.
Conium -- Physiological effect. : The old vegetable neurotics Hemlock, opium, belladonna and henbane Their physiological action and therapeutical use alone and in combination : being the Gulstonian lectures of 1868 extended and including a complete examination of the active constituents of opium by John Harley, ..