Chronicles i

Chronicles i and ii., two historical books of the Old Testament, the narratives of which, with additions and omissions, run parallel with those of Samuel and Kings, but written from a priestly standpoint, give the chief prominence to the history of Judah as the support in Jerusalem of the ritual of which the priests were the custodians; Ezra and Nehemiah are continuations.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Chroniclers, The Rhyming * Chrysëis
Christison, Sir Robert
Christmas
Christology
Christophe, Henri
Christopher, St.
Christopher North
Christopher's, St.
Christ's Hospital
Chromatics
Chroniclers, The Rhyming
Chronicles i
Chrysëis
Chrysippus
Chrysolo`ras
Chrysostom, St. John
Chubb, Thomas
Chunder Sen
Chuquisa`ca
Church, Richard William
Church, States of the
Churchill, Charles