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G. W. Cable
Cable, Geo. W., Am. writer
1844-
 
Caird
Caird, John, Scot. clergyman
1820-
 
Cairnes
Cairnes, John Elliot, Eng. polit. Economist
1823-1875
 
Calamy
Calamy, Edm., Eng. divine
1600-1666
 
Calderwood
Calderwood, David, Scot. author
1575-1650
 
Calderwood, Fleming's Vocabulary
Calderwood, Henry, Scot. philos.
1830-
 
Callander
Callander, John, Scot. lawyer and editor
-1789
 
Calthrop
or Calthorp, Sir Harry, Eng. jurist. [Customs of Lond., 1612]
1686-1637??
 
F. C. Calvert
Calvert, Fred. Crace, Eng. chem.
1819-1873
 
G. H. Calvert
Calvert, Geo. H., Am. misc. writer
1803-
 
Camden
Camden, Wm., Eng. antiquarian
1551-1623
 
Campbell
Campbell, Thomas, Brit. poet
1777-1844
 
Campbell, Dict. Mil. Sci.
Campbell, E. S. N. [Dict. Mil. Science, Lond., 1830.]
 
Dr. J. Campbell
Campbell, John, Scot. polit. hist.
1708-1775
 
G. Campbell
Campbell, Geo., Scot. divine
1719-1796
 
Lord Campbell
Campbell, Lord, John. [Lives of Ld. Chancellors]
1779-1861
 
J. V. Cane
Cane, John Vincent, Eng. friar
-1672
 
Canning
Canning, Geo., Eng. statesman
1770-1827
 
Capgrave
Capgrave, John, Eng. historian
1393-1464
 
Carew
Carew, Richard, Eng. antiq.. [Survey of Cornwall, Lond., 1602]
1555-1620
 
T. Carew
Carew, Thomas, Eng. poet
1598?-1639?
 
Carleton
Carleton, Capt. Geo. [Memoirs of an Eng. Officer, Lond., 1728.]
ND
 
Bp. of Carlisle
Carlisle, Harvey Goodwin, Bp. of
1818-
 
Carlton
Robert, pseud. of B. R. Hall, Am. writer
1798-1863
 
Carlyle
Carlyle, Thomas, Brit. essayist and historian
1795-1881
 
Dr. A. Carlyle
Carlyle, Alexander, Scot. divine
1722-1805
 
Carpenter
Carperter, Wm. Benj., Eng. physiol.
1813-1885
 
L. Carroll
Lewis, pseud. of C. L. Dodgson, Eng. writer
1833?-1898
 
Cartwright
Cartwright, Thomas, Eng. Puritan divine
1535-1603
 
W. Cartwright
Cartwright, Wm., Eng. poet and dramatist
1611-1643
 
H. F. Cary
Cary, Henry F., English poet and translator
1772-1844
 
Sir L. Cary
Cary, Sir Lucius, Brit. political writer
1610?-1643
 
Cassell, Dict. of Cookery
Cassell's Dictionary of Cookery, London.
ND
 
Dr. Castell, 1673
Castell, Edmund, Eng. orientalist
1606-1685
 
Caton
Caton, John Dean, Am. author
1812-
 
Caulfeild & S., Dict. of Needlework
Caulfeild, S. F. A., & Saward, Blanche C. [Dict. of Needlework, Lond., 1885.]
 
Cavendish
Cavendish, Geo., Eng. author
1500-1561?
 
Cawthorn
Cawthorn, James, Eng. poet
1719-1761
 
Caxton
Caxton, Wm., first Eng. printer
1422?-1492
 
Cecil
Cecil, Robert, Earl of Salisbury, Eng. statesman
1563?-1612
 
Mrs. Centlivre
Centlivre, Susanna, Eng. dramatist
1667?-1723
 
The Century
The Century Illust. Monthly Mag., establ. in N. Y., 1881.
ND
 
J. W. Chadwick
Chadwick, John White, Am. Unit. divine
1840-
 
Chalkhill
Chalkhill, John, perhaps pseud. of Izaak Walton.
 
Chalmers
Chalmers, Thomas, Scot. divine
1780-1847
 
A. Chalmers
Chalmers, Alex., Brit. editor [Todd's Johnson's Dict.]
1759-1834
 
Chambers
Chambers, Ephraim, Eng. editor
1680?-1740
 
Chambers
Chambers, William and Robert, Scot. compilers and publishers.
ND
 
Chambers's Encyc.
Chambers's Encyclopedia, 1860-1868.
 
Chambers's Journal
Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, estab. 1832.
ND
 
Champness
Champness, William Swain. [Insur. Dict., Lond.]
ND
 
Channing
Channing, Wm. Ellery, Am. Unit. divine
1780-1842
 
A. L. Chapin, Johnson's Cyc.
Chapin, Aaron Lucius, Am. divine, and writer on polit. econ.
1817-
 
Chapman
Chapman, Geo., Eng. dramatist and poet
1557-1634
 
Mrs. Chapone
Chapone, Hester, Eng. author
1727-1801
 
Charles I.
Chas. Stuart, k. of Eng., 1640-49.
1600-1649
 
T. Chase
Chase, Thomas, Am. educator
1827-
 
Ld. Chatham
Chatham, Wm. Pitt, Lord, Eng. statesman
1708-1778
 
Chatterton
Chatterton, Thomas, Eng. poet
1752-1770
 
Chaucer
Chaucer, Geoffrey, Eng. poet
1340?-1400
 
Chaucer's Dream
poem formerly attrib. to Chaucer.
 
Chauncy
Chauncy, Chas., Am. Unit. divine
1705-1787
 
Chauvenet
Chauvenet, Wm., Am. math.
1820-1870
 
Cheever
Cheever, Geo. Barrell, Am. clerg.
1807-1890
 
Sir J. Cheke
Cheke, Sir John, Eng. scholar
1514-1557
 
Chenevix
Chenevix, Richard, Irish writer
1774-1830
 
Ld. Chesterfield
Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Lord. [Letters]
1694-1773
 
Chevy Chase
Eng. ballad, in Percy's Reliques.
ND
 
Cheyne
Cheyne, Geo., Scot. phys. and phil.
1671-1743
 
Sir J. Child
Child, Sir Josiah, Eng. economist
1630-1699
 
Chillingworth
Chillingworth, Wm., Eng. divine and controversialist
1602?-1644
 
Chipman
Chipman, Nathaniel, Am. jurist
1752-1843
 
Chitty
Chitty, Joseph, Eng. jurist
1776-1841
 
R. Choate
Choate, Rufus, Am. orat. and jur.
1799-1859
 
W. D. Christie
Christie, Wm. Dougal, Eng. dip.
1816-1874
 
Churchill
Churchill, Chas., Eng. poet and sat.
1731-1764
 
Churton
Churton, Ralph, Eng. divine
1754-1831
 
Cibber
Cibber, Colley, Eng. dramatist and actor
1671-1757
 
Circular of Mass. Representatives, 1768.
ND
 
Clarendon
Clarendon, Edward Hyde, first earl of, Eng. historian
1608-1674
 
D. A. Clark
Clark, Daniel A., Am. divine
1779-1840
 
W. S. Clark
Clark, Wm. Smith, pres. Amherst Agricultural College
1826-1886
 
Clarke
Clarke, Henry Hyde, Eng. philol.
1815-1895
 
A. Clarke
Clarke, Adam, Brit. philol. and commentator
1762?-1832
 
Cowden Clarke
Clarke, Charles C., Eng. writer
1787-1877
 
John Clarke
Clarke, John, Eng. phys. & writer
1609-1676
 
Mary Cowden Clarke
Clarke, Mary Victoria Cowden, Eng. author
1809-1898
 
S. Clarke
Clarke, Samuel, Eng. philosopher
1675-1729
 
Claus & Sedgwick
Claus, Carl Friedr., Ger. biologist
Sedgwick, Adam, Eng. geologist
1835-, 1785-1873
 
Clausius
Clausius, Rudolf Julius Emanuel, Ger. physicist
1822-
 
Clayton
Clayton, John. [Repts. and Pleas of Assizes at York, 1651.]
ND
 
P. Cleaveland
Cleaveland, Parker, Am. geologist
1780-1858
 
Cleland
Cleland, John, Eng. writer
1709-1789
 
Dr. R. Clerke
Clerke, Richard, Eng. divine
-1634
 
Cleveland
Cleveland, John, Eng. poet
1613-1659
 
W. K. Clifford
Clifford, Wm. Kingdon, Eng. phil.
1845-1879
 
Clifton
Clifton, William, Am. poet
1772-1799
 
De Witt Clinton
Clinton, De Witt, Am. statesman
1769-1828
 
A. H. Clough
Clough, Arthur Hugh, Eng. poet
1819-1861
 
F. P. Cobbe
Cobbe, Frances Power, Brit. writer
1822-
 
Cobbett
Cobbett, Wm., Eng. polit. writer
1762-1835
 
R. Cobden
Cobden, Richard, Eng. economist
1804-1865
 
Cobham
Cobham, Sir John Oldcastle, Ld., Eng. martyr
1360?-1417
 
Cocker
Cocker, Edw., Eng. mathematician
1631-1675
 
Cockeram
Cockeram, Henry. [Eng. Dict., 1632.]
 
Codrington
Codrington, Robt., Eng. misc. writer
1602-1665
 
Cogan
Cogan, Thomas, Eng. physician and divine. [The Passions]
1736-1818
 
Cogan, 1595
Cogan, Thomas, Eng. physician
1545?-1607
 
Coke
Coke, Sir Edward. [Laws of Eng., including Coke on Littleton]
1552-1634
 
Colebrooke
Colebrooke, Hen. T., Eng. orient.
1765-1837
 
Coleman
Coleman, Lyman, Am. scholar
1796-1882
 
Coleridge
Coleridge, Samuel T., Eng. poet
1772-1834
 
H. Coleridge
Coleridge, Hartley, Eng. poet
1796-1849
 
Coles
Coles, Elisha, Eng. lexicographer
1640?-1680
 
Collection of Records, 1642
Title to a Collection of Records, cited from Latham's Dict..
ND
 
Collier
Collier, Jeremy, Eng. divine
1650-1726
 
J. P. Collier
Collier, John Payne, Eng. lit. hist.
1789-1883
 
Collins
Collins, Wm., Eng. poet
1721-1759
M. Collins
Collins, Mortimer, Eng. writer
1827-1876
 
T. W. Collins
Collins, Thomas Wharton, Am. poet and economist
1812-1879
 
W. Collins
Collins, Wm. Wilkie, Eng. novelist
1824-1889
 
J. Collyer
Collyer, John. [Law of Partnership, Lond., 1840.]
ND
 
Colman
Colman, Geo., the Younger, Eng. dramatic poet
1762-1836
 
Colman & Garrick
Colman, George, the Elder, and Garrick, David. [Clandestine Marriage.]
 
Colman, the Elder, or, 1761
Colman, George, the Elder, Eng. essayist and dramatist
1732-1794
 
P. Colquhoun
Colquhoun, Patrick, Scot. statis.
1745-1820
 
G. Combe
Combe, Geo., Scot. phrenol. writer
1788-1858
 
Comber
Comber, Thos., Dean of Durham
1644-1699
 
Compton
Compton, Henry, Eng. bishop
1632-1713
 
Congreve
Congreve, Wm., Eng. dram. poet
1670-1729
 
Constitution of U. S.
Constitution of the United States, framed in the Federal Convention, 1787.
 
Contemp. Rev.
Contemporary Review, founded in London, 1866.
 
Conybeare
Conybeare, Wm. J., Eng. divine
1815-1857
 
J. Conybeare
Conybeare, John, Eng. bishop
1692-1755
 
Cook
Cook, Capt. Jas., Eng. navigator
1728-1779
 
Joseph Cook
Cook, Joseph, Am. lecturer
1838-
 
Cooke, 1615
[Description of the Body of Man] quoted rom Richardson's Dict.
 
J. P. Cooke
Cooke, Josiah P., Am. chemist
1827-1894
 
M. C. Cooke
Cooke, Mordecai Cubitt, Eng. bot.
1825-
 
Cooley
Cooley, Thos. M., Am. lawyer, ed. Story's and Blackstone's Comm.
1824-1898
 
A. J. Cooley
Cooley, Arnold James. [Prac. Receipts, 4th ed., Lond., 1864.]
ND
 
Coombe
Coombe, Wm., Eng. humorous poet
1741-1823
 
Cooper
Cooper, Jas. Fenimore, Am. nov.
1789-1851
 
J. G. Cooper
Cooper, John Gilbert, Eng. writer on classics
1723-1769
 
Cope
Cope, Edward Drinker, Am. nat.
1840-1897
 
Copland
Copland, Jas., Scot. physician
1791-1870
 
A. Copley
Copley, Anthony. [Fits, Wits, and Fancies, 1595]
1567-1607?
 
Bp. Corbet
Corbet, Bp. Richard, Eng. poet
1582-1635
 
Cornhill Mag.
Cornhill Magazine, London monthly journal, estab. 1859.
 
B. Cornwall
Cornwall, Barry, pseud. of B. W. Procter, Eng. poet
1787-1874
 
Sir C. Cornwallis
Cornwallis, Sir Charles, Eng. diplomat
-1630?
 
The Coronation
a comedy of 17th cent., either by John Fletcher or by Shirley.
ND
 
E. L. Corthell
Corthell, Elmer L., Am. engineer
1840-
 
Bp. Cosin
Cosin, John, Eng. author
1594-1672
 
Cotgrave
Cotgrave, Randle, Eng. lexicog.
-1634
 
J. Cotgrave
Cotgrave, John [Wit's Interpret. or Eng. Parnassus], Lond., 1665
fl. 1655
 
Cotton
Cotton, Chas., Eng. trans. and poet
1630-1687
 
N. Cotton
Cotton, Nath., Eng. phys. and poet
1707-1788
 
Coues
Coues, Elliott, Am. naturalist
1842-1899
 
The Council Book, 1651
The Council Book of the Eng. Commonwealth.
 
Court of Love
a poem attributed to Chaucer.
 
Courthope
Courthope, Wm. John, Eng. essayist
1842-
 
Coventry
Coventry, Henry, Eng. writer
1710?-1752
 
Coverdale
Coverdale, Miles, Eng. divine
1488-1568
 
Cowell
Cowell, John, Eng. jurist
1554-1611
 
Cowley
Cowley, Abraham, Eng. poet
1618-1667
 
Cowper
Cowper, William, Eng. poet
1731-1800
 
Lady Cowper
Cowper, Mary, Eng. writer. [Diary, 1864]
1685-1724
 
G. W. Cox
Cox, Geo. Wm., Eng. historian
1827-
 
Coxe
Coxe, John Redman, Am. phys.
1773-1864
 
Bp. Coxe
Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, Am. poet
1818-1896
 
W. Coxe
Coxe, Wm., Eng. hist. writer
1747-1828
 
Cozzens
Cozzens, Fred S., Am. writer
1818-1869
 
Crabb
Crabb, Geo., Eng. lexicog. [Syn.]
1778-1851
 
Crabbe
Crabbe, Geo., Eng. poet
1754-1832
 
B. Cracroft
Cracroft, Bernard, Eng. essayist
1826?-1888
 
Craft of Lovers, 1448
a poem formerly attributed to Chaucer.
 
Craig
Craig, John. [Eng. Dict., Lond., 1852.]
 
Sir T. Craig
Craig, Sir Thomas, Scot. lawyer and antiquary
1538-1608
 
W. P. Craighill
Craighill, Wm. Price, Am. soldier
1833-
 
Craik
Craik, Geo. Lillie, Scot. writer
1799-1866
 
Cranch
Cranch, Wm., Am. jurist
1769-1855
 
Cranmer
Cranmer, Thomas, Eng. reformer
1489-1556
 
Crashaw
Crashaw, Richard, Eng. poet
1613?-1649
 
J. Crawfurd
Crawfurd, John, Scot. author
1783-1868
 
Creech
Creech, Thomas, Eng. translator
1659-1701
 
Creed of Pope Pius IV.
1559 Creed of Pius IV, Pope, 1559-65
1499-1565
 
Croft
Croft, Herbert, Eng. bishop
1603-1691
 
Croker
Croker, John W., Brit. statesman
1780-1857
 
Croly
Croly, Geo., Brit. divine and poet
1780-1860
 
Crompton
Crompton, Hugh, Eng. poet
fl. 1657
 
Oliver Cromwell
Cromwell, Oliver, lord protector of the Eng. Commonwealth
1599-1658
 
W. Crookes
Crookes, Wm., Eng. physicist
1832-
 
Crosby
Crosby, Alpheus, Am. educator
1810-1874
 
Cross, Life of G. Eliot
Cross, John Walter, husband of Geo. Eliot and ed. of her Life.
ND
 
Crowley
Crowley, Robert, Eng. divine
1518-1588
 
Croxall
Croxall, Samuel, Brit. divine
-1752
 
Cruise
Cruise, William, Eng. legal writer
-1824
 
Cudworth
Cudworth, Ralph, Eng. divine and philosopher
1617-1688
 
W. Cullen
Cullen, Wm., Scot. med. writer
1712-1790
 
R. Cumberland
Cumberland, Richard, Eng. poet and dramatist
1732-1811
 
Cumming
Cumming, Roualeyn Geo. Gordon, Scot. traveler
1820-1866
 
J. Cunningham
Cunningham, John, Irish poet
1729-1773
 
P. Cunningham
Cunningham, Peter, Eng. antiq.
1816-1869
 
Curran
Curran, John Philpot, Irish orator
1750-1817
 
Cursor Mundi
a metrical version of the Old and New Testaments, interspersed with legends, about 1320.
 
B. R. Curtis
Curtis, Benj. Robbins, Am. judge
1809-1874
 
G. T. Curtis
Curtis, Geo. Ticknor, Am. lawyer and author
1812-1894
 
G. W. Curtis
Curtis, Geo. W., Am. author and ed.
1824-1892
 
Cushing
Cushing, Luther S., Am. lawyer
1803-1856
 
Cussans
Cussans, John Edwin. [Handbook of Heraldry, Lond., 1869.]
 
Cuvier
Cuvier, Georges Chrétien L. F. D., Baron, Fr. naturalist
1769-1832
 
Cyc. of Arts & Sciences
a division of the English Cyclopaedia.
 
Cyc. Mec.
Cyclopaedia of Practical Medicine, 1833-35, ed. by A. Tweedie, John Forbes, and John Conolly.
 

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