Cruden, Alexander (17011770)

Cruden, Alexander, author of a “Complete Concordance of the Holy Scriptures,” with which alone his name is now associated; born in Aberdeen; intended for the Church, but from unsteadiness of intellect not qualified to enter it; was placed frequently in restraint; appears to have been a good deal employed as a press corrector; gave himself out as “Alexander the Corrector,” commissioned to correct moral abuses (17011770).

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

Croydon * Cruikshank, George
Cross Fell
Crosse, Andrew
Crossraguel
Crotch, William
Crotona
Crowe, Eyre Evans
Crowe, Sir James Archer
Crowne, John
Crowther, Samuel Adjai
Croydon
Cruden, Alexander
Cruikshank, George
Crusades, The
Crusoe, Robinson
Csoma de Körös, Alexander
Ctesias
Ctesiphon
Cuba
Cubbit, Sir William
Cudworth, Ralph
Cuenca