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  1. Centerpieces (Furniture) -- England -- 17th century. (5)
  2. Centerpieces (Furniture) -- England -- 18th century. (5)
  3. Centerpieces (Furniture) -- Germany -- 16th century. (4)
  4. Centerpieces (Furniture) -- Switzerland -- 16th century. (2)
  5. Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723. (3)
  6. Cento giuochi liberali, et d'ingegno / ritrouati da M. Innocentio Ringhieri gentilhuomo bolognese, & in dieci libri descritti ; nouamente posti in luce per honesto trattenimento de'spiriti gentili. (1)
  7. Central bosses remaining on the front and back covers. Square chased brass bosses with raised centers and scalloped edges, and evidence of four corner bosses on front and back covers. Remnant of a corner on the upper left inside corner. Two clasps hinging from the front to back with straps and hasps replaced. (2)
  8. Ceres [graphic]. (1)
  9. Cerevisiarii comes: or, the new and true art of brewing : illustrated by various examples in making beer, ale and other liquors, so that they may be most durable, brisk and fragrant; and how they may be so ordered, as to yeild the greatest quantity of spirits in distillation. To which is added, the right way to refine and bottle beer and cyder; and a cure for those that are sick and ropy, so as to return them to their internal sanity; as also the true method of manuring lands and the art of making salt water fresh. All proved by demonstration and sound philosophy, to be more agreeable to man’s body than otherwise, and so not only fit for English constitutions, but also for transportation. Published for the sake of verity, and therefore recommeded to all that esteem demonstrated truths before notional theory. By W.Y. worth [sic], medicin. professor, ingenuarum artium studens, & per ignem philosophus. (1)
  10. Certain passages between Oliver Protector and the officers of the army reported by a listener (2)
  11. Certain profitable and well experienced collections for making conserve of fruits . . . as also of surgery, approved medicines . . . [manuscript]. (128)
  12. Certain selected spirituall epistleswritten by that most reuerend holy man Doctor I. de Auila a most renowned preacher of Spaine most profitable for all sortes of people, whoe seeke their saluation. (2)
  13. Certain sermons or homilies appointed to be read in churches. Book 1. Certayne sermons, or homelies, appoynted by the kynges Maiestie, to be declared and redde, by all persones, vicars, or curates, euery Sondaye in their churches, where they haue cure. (2)
  14. Certain sermons or homilies appointed to be read in churches. Book 2. (4)
  15. Certain sermons or homilies appointed to be read in churches. Book 2. The second tome of homilies, of suche matters as were promised, and intituled in the former part of homilies. Set out by the aucthoritie of the Queenes Maiestie: and to be read in euery parishe church agreeably. (3)
  16. Certain sermons or homilies appointed to be read in churches. Book 2. The seconde tome of homelyes, of such matters as were promysed and intituled in the former part of homelyes, set out by the aucthoritie of the Quenes Maiestie: and to be read in euery paryshe churche agreablye. 1563 (1)
  17. Certain sermons or homilies appointed to be read in churches. Book 2. The seconde tome of homilies, of suche matters as were promised, and entituled in the former part of homilies. Set out by the authoritie of the Queenes Maiestie: and to be read in euery parish church agreeably. (4)
  18. Certain sermons or homilies appointed to be read in churches. Book 2. The seconde tome of homilies. Of such matters as were promised, and entituled in the former part of homilies. Set out by the authoritie of the Queenes Maiestie: and to be read in euerie parish church agreeably. (2)
  19. Certain sermons or homilies appointed to be read in churches. Book 2. The seconde tome of homilies. Of such matters as were promised, and entituled in the former part of homilies. Set out by the authoritie of the Queenes Maiestie: and to be read in euery parish church agreeably. (2)
  20. Certaine considerations touching the better pacification and edification of the Church of England... (1)