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  1. Calfskin with gold tooling and stained band work, possibly bound by Thomas Berthelet. (1)
  2. Calfskin with gold tooling and stained band work,- possibly bound by Thomas Berthelet-. (1)
  3. Calfskin, later rebacked. (1)
  4. Calfskin, rebacked with beige calfskin. (4)
  5. Calfskin. (14)
  6. Calfurnio, Giovanni, -1503. (2)
  7. Caliban by the yellow sands (1)
  8. Caliban Shakespeare Tercentenary Collection (1)
  9. Caliban's song, Tempest -- act 2, scene 2 : No more dams I'll make for fish ... [graphic] / F. Tayler. (1)
  10. Caliban. Do not torment me prithee ... Tempest. Act II. Sc. 2. (1)
  11. Calico decorative paper: a stenciled floral design with carnations and other flowers and berries, and a red outline with yellow filling. (2)
  12. Call for a list of the officers of the fleet that have been turned out in the fleet and have afterwards been employed again, by which there will be found great partialities (2)
  13. Callcott, Augustus Wall, Sir, 1779-1844, artist. (2)
  14. Callcott, Maria, Lady, 1785-1842, correspondent. (4)
  15. Callidus vidit malum & abscondit se innocens pertransijt & afflictus est damno, Prou. 22 [graphic] / H.B. i. [center plate] ; W.H. [center plate] ; Ab. a Diepenbecke inu. [border] ; W. Hollar fecit [border]. (1)
  16. Callophisus, being brought by the greatest perfection in an other to the smallest liberty in himselfe, hauing the foundation of his choice so firme as it cannot decaye, and finding the place of his imprisonment so stronge as he cannot escape: wilbe at the tilts ende vpon the two and twentie day of Ianuarie next ensewing, at one of the clocke in the afternoone, there to defend and mainetayne against all men whosoever, for sixe courses a peece, the whole sixe, or any of the sixe articles which follow ... (2)
  17. Callot, Jacques, 1592-1635, artist. (1)
  18. Callot, Jacques, 1592-1635, printmaker. (3)
  19. Callot, Jacques, 1592-1635. (3)
  20. Calphurnia (Nancy Price) [in Shakespeare's play, Julius Caesar] [graphic] / photo, J. & L. Caswall Smith. (1)