Clifford, John H. (John Henry), 1809-1876. : John H. Clifford, Esq., attorney-general, &c. at the relation of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Synod of New York and others, informant and the proprietors of the Meeting-House in Federal Street in the town of Boston, defendants [electronic resource].
Clifford, John, M. of the Gospel. : [Sound words] the catechism of the Westminster Assembly [electronic resource] : with the proofs from scripture more full and exact than in any former editions: a confession of faith, and a prayer; both, in the words of the catechism. With [a] select century of David's psalms and scripture hymns; with proper directions for the true art of singing. [By] John Clifford, M. of the Gospel.
Clifford, Mr. Justice. : In equity: J. B. Cahoon et al. vs. Aaron Ring : report of testimony on the trial of the feigned issues in said cause, with rulings and charge of Mr. Justice Clifford, July, 1859.
Clifford, Thomas Clifford, Baron, 1630-1673. : A true copy of the Lord High Treasurers letter, to the justices of the peace, [electronic resource] : concerning the duty of two shillings six pence on recognizances for ale-houses.
Clifford, Thomas F. : George W. Glover v. Henry M. Baker, executor, et al. [electronic resource] : motion to amend plaintiff's amendment filed March 25, 1911.
Clifford, Tim, / editor. : Social media curation / Joyce Kasman Valenza, Brenda L. Boyer, and Della Curtis ; advertising representative, Patrick Hogan ; editor, Patrick Hogan ; copy editor, Judith Lauber ; Tim Clifford, production editor ; Karen Sheets de Gracia, manager of design and composition.
Clifford, Tony (Anthony) : Supercritical fluid methods and protocols [electronic resource] / edited by John R. Williams and Anthony A. Clifford.
Clifford, Walter, 1773-1806. : Conclusiones ex universa theologia, [electronic resource] : quas, in collegio Saxo-Sylvensi, (vulgo Stonyhurst) Pr㩤e Reverendo Domino Hermanno Kemper sarനeologiвofessore, defendet D. Gualterus Clifford, sacrനeologiditor. Anno Domini M.DCC.XCVII. Mense Agusto, die 2, hora 9 ante et 3 post meridiem.
Clifford, William, d. 1670. : A little manual of the poor man's daily devotion, collected out of several pious and approved authors. By W. C. In which are added, the Jesus-Psalter, with a litany of our Saviour's passion; as also A Treatise of the Devotion of the Beads and Rosary; and the whole disposed in a better order, than in the first Edition, by the Author [electronic resource].