Clarissa. : La nouvelle Clarice : histoire v́eritable. Par Madame Le Prince de Beaumont... .
Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761. : Remarks on Clarissa : addressed to the author. Occasioned by some critical Conversations on the Characters and Conduct of that Work. With some reflections on the character and behaviour of Prior's Emma.
Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761. -- Criticism, Textual -- Early works to 1800. : Letters and passages restored from the original manuscripts of the history of Clarissa. : To which is subjoined, A Collection of such of the Moral and Instructive Sentiments, Cautions, Aphorisms, Reflections and Observations contained in the History, as are presumed to be of general Use and Service. Digested under Proper Heads. Published for the Sake of doing Justice to the Purchasers of the Two First Editions of that Work.
Clark, A. S. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : A report of the case Call vs. Clark, tried before the Supreme Judicial Court of Maine, containing a full statement of the testimony of more than fifty witnesses [electronic resource] / by A.S. Clark.
Clark, Andrew A., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the Court of Appeals, Arthur W. Smith, Andrew A. Clark and William Foster Oakes, plaintiff-respondents, against London Assurance Corporation, defendant-appellant [electronic resource] : papers on appeal from order / Whitridge, Butler & Rice, attorneys for defendant-appellant ; Mac Farland, Taylor & Costello, attorneys for plaintiff-respondents.
Clark, Andy, 1957- : Andy Clark and his critics / edited by Matteo Colombo, Elizabeth Irvine, Mog Stapleton.
Clark, Ann -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Trials of all the felon prisoners, tried, cast, and condemned, this session at the Old Bailey. : Including those of Catherine Lahey, Ann Warner, Sarah Willis, and Ann Sydney, capitally convicted of colouring base metal in imitation of sixpences and Shillings. Also, the trial and sentence of Ann Clark, convicted of Bigainy. To which is added, the trials of William East, Joseph Sampson, and William ...dlemas, for murder's and James Wingrove, for burglary.
Clark, Anne, 1960- : Contemporary musicians. Volume 32 : profiles of the people in music / Leigh Ann DeRemer, editor.
Clark, B. F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1809-1879. : Reply to "The alarming developments" and "Further developments" of the Rev. B.F. Clark of North Chelmsford, Mass. [electronic resource] : in the matter of the "Wrong member of the Middlesex Bar convicted of perjury," &c. / by Asahel Huntington.
Clark, Daniel. : The True narrative of the proceedings at the sessions for London and Middlesex, begun on Thursday the 5th of June, 1679 : giving a full account of the several tryals there, for robberies, burghlaries, felonies, and other misdemeanors : and particularly the arraignment and examination of Daniel Clark, for firing his mistrisses house in the Minories, who confessed the same, and pleaded guilty to the indictment : with the number of the persons that received sentence of death, were burnt in the hand, are to be transported or whipt, and each of their respective offences : more exactly taken than ever heretofore.
Clark, Daniel, -1745. -- Early works to 1800. : The genuine account of the life and trial of Eugene Aram, for the murder of Daniel Clark, late of Knarrsbrough in the county of York. : Who was convicted at York Assizes, August 3, 1759, be before the Hon. William Noel, Esq. After a short narration of the fact, is prefixed, an account of the remarkable discovery of the human skeleton at Thistle-Hill: a detail of all the judicial proceedings from the time of the bones being found, to the commitment of Richard Houseman, Eugene Aram, and Henry Terry to York Castle: The deposition of Anna Aram, Philip Coates, John Yeates, &c. The examination and confession of Richard Houseman; the apprehending of Eugeue Aram, at Lynn, in Norfolk: with his examination and commitment. To which are added, the remarkable defence he made on his tryal: his own account of himself, written after his condemnation with the apology, which he left in his cell, for the attempt the made on his own life; and his plan for a Lexicon, some pieces of poetry, &c. All taken immediately from the original depositions, papers and manuscripts of Eugene Ar.
Clark, Daniel, 1766-1813. : Jos. Fuentes, et al., vs. Myra Clark Gaines [electronic resource] : opinion of Judge T. Wharton Collens and the decree of the court, revoking and recalling as absolutely null and of no effect, the decree of probate of the alleged lost will of 1813, set up by defendant as the basis of her title in suits in the U.S. Circuit Court, and declaring the said alleged will invalid and revoked.
Clark, Dick, 1929- : Contemporary musicians. Volume 2 [electronic resource] : profiles of the people in music / Michael L. LaBlanc, editor.
Clark, Dick, 1929-2012. : Contemporary musicians. Volume 25 : profiles of the people in music / Luann Brennan, editor.
Clark, Elizabeth -- Early works to 1800. : The trial of Henry Sell for the wilful murder of Mrs. Elizabeth Clark, wife of Mr. Wm. Clark, farrier, at Walsoken, in Norfolk [electronic resource] : at the Lent assizes 1788, holden at Thetford, before Sir W.H. Ashhurst, knt., one of His Majesty's Justices of the Court of King's-Bench / taken in short-hand.