Cole Captain : Great news from Lymerick. : An account of the late action of Capt. Cole, in the River Shannon. : Being [a] relation of his taking a French frigate; as also, of his barring up thirty sale more of French ships. : With an account of the famous Baldarick Lord O'Donnel's terms of submission to their Majesties, for himself, and followers. : To which is added, the late defeat of the rebels in the north, by Collonel Ramsey.
Cole Crops India : Marketing of cole crops and some important vegetable root crops in India.; India.
Cole Elizabeth Mrs : Ezekiel's prophesie parallel'd: or, The desire of the eyes taken away : Delivered in a sermon, preach'd at the funerals of the most virtuous Mrs Elizabeth Cole, wife to Robert Cole Esquire, at Wye in Kent, Nov. 26. MDCLI. By Samuel Barnard, Doctor in Divinity.; Bernard, Samuel,
Cole Family : Robert Cole's world : agriculture and society in early Maryland / Lois Green Carr, Russell R. Menard, Lorena S. Walsh.; Carr, Lois Green.
Cole George 1680 : The last dying speeches and confession of the six prisoners who were executed at Tyburn this 17th of September, 1680 : With the acccount [sic] of their behaviour in Newgate, and at the place of execution. With many remarkable passages worthy to be observed. The names of the executed persons are as followeth, viz. George Cole, Tho. Sutton, alias Browne, Tibia Hog, Mary Bucknall, Edward Willis, Edmund Dubber. With the account of their crimes for which they suffered.
Cole John Plummer : The arraignment, tryal, conviction and condemnation of Henry Harrison, Gent. for the barbarous murther of Andrew Clenche, of Brownelowe-Street, in the parish of St. Andrew's Holborne, in the county of Middlesex, Doctor of physick : at the sessions of the goal-delivery of Newgate, holden for the city of London, at Justice-Hall in the Old-Baily, on the 6th, 7th, and 9th days of April, 1692, in the fourth year of Their Majesties reign : and also the examination of the said Henry Harrison, taken the 6th day of January, 1691, before the Right Honourable Sir John Holt, Knight, Lord Chief Justice of Their Majesties Court of King's and Queen's Bench at Westminster : to which is also added, The tryal of John Cole, for the murther of the said Doctor Clenche.; Harrison, Henry,