Cook Henry 1642 1700 : A catalogue of the library of Mr. Henry Cook, painter, deceased : which will be sold by auction at his late dwelling house in Bloomsbury-Square, near King-Street in Bloomsbury, on Monday, the 30th instant, at three afternoon / by John Bullord.; Cook, Henry,
Cook John 1660 King Charles His Case : The plagiary exposed, or, An old answer to a newly revived calumny against the memory of King Charles I : being a reply to a book intitled King Charles's case, formerly written by John Cook of Grays Inn, Barrister, and since copied out under the title of Collonel Ludlow's letter / written by Mr. Butler, the author of Hudibras.; Butler, Samuel,
Cook Mary 1670 : The cruel mother; : being a true relation of the bloody murther committed by M. Cook, upon her dearly beloved child; with the causes wherefore she did it : her occasional speeches to several friends and others that came to visit her in prison, vvith the manner of her execution and demeanour there.
Cook William Minister Of The Gospel At Ashby Delazouch Font Uncoverd For In : The foundation of the font discovered to the view of all that desire to behold it. : And, the baptizing of men and women when they believe (in rivers and fountains) proved to be a standing ordinance in the Church of Cchrist to the end of the world; by plain Scripture-proof. In answer to Mr. Cook's Font uncovered, for infant-baptism; and Mr. Baxter's Plain Scripture-proof for infants church-membership and baptism. With a word sometimes upon occasion to Mr. Hall's Font-guarded; which is more fully answered by Thomas Collyer. By Henry Haggar, a servant of Christ, and the congregations of his saints.; Haggar, Henry.
Cooke Frances Active 1649 : Mris. Cooke's Meditations, being an humble thanksgiving to her Heavenly Father, : for granting her a new life, having conclnded [sic] her selfe dead, and her grave made in the bottome of the sea, in that great storme. Jan. the 5th. 1649. / Composed by her selfe at her unexpected safe arrivall at Corcke.; Cooke, Frances,
Cooke James 1614 1694 Mellificium Chirurgiae : Supplementum chirurgiæ or The supplement to the marrow of chyrurgerie. : Wherein is contained fevers, simple and componnd [sic], pestilential, and not, rickets, small pox and measles, with their definitions, causes, signes, prognosticks, and cures, both general, and particular. As also the military chest, containing all necessary medicaments, fit for sea, or land-service, whether simples, or compounds, such as purge, and those that do not; with their several vertues, doses, note of goodness, &c as also instruments. Amongst which are many approved receipts for several diseases. / By James Cooke, practitioner in physick, and chirurgery.; Cooke, James,
Cooke John Esten 1830 1886 : John Esten Cooke's autobiographical memo / edited and with a preface by John R. Welsh.; Cooke, John Esten,
Cooke Peter 1696 : A brief account of the tryal of Peter Cooke, esq; : who was tryed before the Lord Chief Justice Treby, &c. At the Sessions-House in the Old Baily, on Wednesday, May 13. 1696. for high treason.
Cooke Shadrach 1655 1724 : The tryal of Mr. Shadrach Cook, late curate of Islington at the Old-Baily, at the sessions of goal-delivery there held, the 17th. day of October, 1693.
Cooke Shadrach 1655 1724 Exhortation To Firmness And Constancy In T : The New nonconformist, or, Dr. Sherlock's case in preaching after a deprivation incurr'd by the express words of a statute, fairly stated and examined : with short reflections upon Mr. Cook's sermon, Feb. 2, 1689/90 which was licens'd by the arch-bishop's chaplain.
Cooke Thomas : The mournful widow, or, A full and true relation of the aparition [sic] in Baldwins Garden being an account of the walking-spirit of Mr. Thomas Cooke, sometime stone-cutter in Baldwin's Gardens, deceased. / As it was taken from the widow of the said Mr. Cooke; and several other persons (some of which were divines of the Church of England) that were eye and ear-witnesses of the prodigious appearances, and actions of the deceased Mr. Cook. Published at the request of some relations, and particular friends; to prevent, if possible, the false reports, that have been, or may be industriously spread by ignorant or prejudiced persons.; Cooke, Elizabeth.
Cooke Thomas Sir : The Examinations and informations under oath of Sir Thomas Cooke and several other persons : lately taken before a committee of both Houses of Parliament, touching divers indirect practices to procure by corrupt and unlawful means a new charter and act of Parliament for the East-India Company : as also, the articles of impeachment by the Honourable House of Commons against the Duke of Leeds : with His Grace's answer thereunto.
Cooke Troughton And Simms Limited : At the sign of the Orrery : the origins of the firm of Cooke, Troughton & Simms, Ltd. / from material collected by E.W. Taylor and J.S. Wilson, brought up to date by P.D.S. Maxwell.; Cooke, Troughton & Simms, Limited.
Cookerie Early Works To 1800 : The good hous-wiues treasurie : Beeing a verye necessarie booke instructing to the dressing of meates. Hereunto is also annexed sundrie holsome medicines for diuers diseases.
Cookes Thomas Sir Approximately 1649 1701 : The wise steward : Being a sermon preached the Thursday in Whitson-week, 1696. In the parish church of Feckenham, in the county of Worcester; before the trustees, at the opening of a free-school, and publick charity, there founded and liberally endowed by the honourable Sir Thomas Cookes, Baronet. By Richard Croft, A.M. Vicar of Stratford upon Avon in the county of Warwick.; Croft, Richard,
Cookham England Maps : Berkshire - Buckinghamshire [cartographic material] : sheet SU 88 NE.; Great Britain.