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  1. Candale, François de Foix, comte de, 1502-1594. (2)
  2. Cannell, Mr. (10)
  3. Canning, William, fl. 1686-1690. (6)
  4. Canon triangulorum, sive Tabulæ sinuum et tangentium artificialium ad radium 10000.0000. & ad scrupula prima quadrantis. Per Edm: Gunter, professorem astronomiæ in Collegio Greshamensi. (2)
  5. Canonici, Matteo Luigi, 1727-1805, former owner. (12)
  6. Canonicus regularis Sti. Augustini [graphic] / W. Hollar fecit. (1)
  7. Canston, 18th/19th cent., printmaker. (1)
  8. Cantabrigia illustrata sive Omnium celeberrimæ istius universitatis collegiorum ... (4)
  9. Cantabrigia Illustrata... (60)
  10. Cantabrigiensium dolor & solamen: seu decessio beatissimi Regis Iacobi pacifici: et successio augustissimi Regis Caroli: Magnæ Britanniæ, Galliæ, & Hiberniæ monarchæ. (3)
  11. Cantabrigiæ : ex officina Iohannis Legati, celeberrimæ Academiæ typographi. 1596. Extant Londini [at the shop of R. Bankworth], ad insigne Solis in Cœmiterio D. Pauli, [1596] (2)
  12. Cantabrigiæ : Ex officina Iohannis Legatt, 1590. (4)
  13. Canterbury [England : s.n., 1891] (1)
  14. Canterbury, England (Province). Prerogative court. Letters testimentary. Probating the will of Thomas Cawarden. London. (2)
  15. Canterzani, Giambattista, 1767-1846, former owner. (1)
  16. Cantus part book of works by British and Continental composers [manuscript]. (52)
  17. Cantus. The second booke of the musicke of M. William Damon : late one of her maiesties musitions: conteining all the tunes of Dauids Psalmes, as they are ordinarily soung in the Church: most excellently by him composed into 4. parts. In which sett the highest part singeth the church tune. Published for the recreation of such as delight in musicke: by W. Sawyne Gent. (1)
  18. Canvas cover worked in a tapestry-stitch technique. Upper cover bears the figure of Hope(?); lower cover, a figure holding an open book and the word "FAITH." Figures surrounded by stylized flowers, butterfly, and caterpillar worked on a green ground. Spine divided into five compartments filled (from head) alternately with flowers, a bird, and a squirrel. Covers edged in silver gilt gimp placed over the marbled pastedowns. (1)
  19. Canziani, Estella, 1887- artist. (1)
  20. Capaccio, Giulio Cesare 1552-1634 (1)