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  1. Chr. Egenolffs Erben, publisher. (8)
  2. Christ's Hospital (London, England) (2)
  3. Christian ethicks, or, Divine morality : opening the way to blessedness, by the rules of vertue and reason / by Tho. Traherne, B.D. author of the Roman forgeries. (2)
  4. Christian I, Prince of Anhalt-Bernburg, 1568-1630, recipient. (7)
  5. Christian IV, King of Denmark and Norway, 1577-1648. (2)
  6. Christian Pawlett 1680, inscription on front endpaper; purchased in 1973 from L. Rostenberg, New York. (5)
  7. Christiane Hamilton, 1655; inscription on verso of frontispiece: Hume - this booke belonged to Sir Alexander Hamilton .. & was given to me by Dam Christian Hamilton Lady Polworth my mother ... 1662 years" (3)
  8. Christianity in short: or, the way to be a good Christian : recommended to the use of such as want either time or capacity for reading longer and learneder discourses. By C. Ellis, author of the Gentile-sinner. (3)
  9. Christianographie, or The description of the multitude and sundry sorts of Christians in the vvorld not subiect to the Pope. VVith their vnitie, and hovv they agree with us in the principall points of difference betweene us and the Church of Rome. (1)
  10. Christianographie, or The description of the multitude and sundry sorts of Christians in the world, not subiect to the Pope. VVith their vnitie, and how they agree with the Protestants in the principall points of difference betweene them and the Church of (6)
  11. Christianography, or The description of the multitude and sundry sorts of Christians in the world, not subject to the Pope. With their unity, and how they agree with the Protestants in the principall poynts of difference betweene them and the Church of Ro (3)
  12. Christianus IV, D.G. Daniae, Norvegiae, Gothorum, et Vandalorum rex (1)
  13. Christie, Manson & Woods. (1)
  14. Christie, Mason & Wood. Auction House. (1)
  15. Christine, de Pisan, ca. 1364-ca. 1431. (5)
  16. Christlicher vnd wolgegründter Gegenbericht von Mirackeln vnnd Wunderzaichen, wie man dieselbigen auss Gottes Wort, vnd nach catholischer allgemainer Warhait rechtgeschaffen erkennen vnnd urthaylen soll : wider die ungegründte ... Lesterschrifft welche Johann Marpach Superintendent zů Strassburg, wider die Wunderwerck der lieben heyligen Gottes im Bapstum newlicher Zeyt in offentlichen Truck hat lassen aussgehn / durch Jacobum Rabus … (4)
  17. Christopher Angell, a Grecian, who tasted of many stripes and torments inflicted by the Turkes for the faith which he had in Christ Iesus. (4)
  18. Christopher Angell, a Grecian, who tasted of many stripes and torments inflicted by the Turkes for the faith which he had in Christ Jesus (1)
  19. Christopher Anstey from an original picture ... [graphic] / drawn by J. Thurston ; engraved by F. Engleheart. (1)
  20. Christopher Sly & the Hostess. Taming of the shrew, act 1st, scene 1st [i.e. induction, scene 1] [graphic] / from an original drawing by J. Nash ; engraved by T. Hope. (1)