Cokayne William Active 1649 : The foundations of freedome, vindicated: or, The reasons of VVilliam Ashurst Esquire, against the paper, stiled, The peoples agreement, examined and discussed. : Wherein it appeares, that the particulars proposed in the said paper, are no foundations of tyranny and slavery; nor destructive to religion, liberty, laws, and government, as is pretended: but foundations of freedome for this poore deluded and enslaved kingdome. / By William Cokayne, a wel-wisher to Englands freedomes; but an opposer of tyranny and oppression in any whomsoever.
Coke Edward Sir Sir 1552 1634 : An exact abridgment in English, of the eleven books of reports of the learned Sir Edward Coke, Knight, late lord chiefe justice of England and of the Councell of Estate to His Majesty, King James ... Wherein is briefly contained the very substance and marrow of all those reports, together with resolutions on every case. Also a perfect table for the finding of the names of all those cases, and the principall matters therein contained. Very usefull for all men, especially the students and practisers of that honorable profession. Brevitas memoriæ amica. / Composed by the judicious, Sir Thomas Ireland, Knight, late of Grayes Inne, and an ancient reader of that honorable socitie.