Cooke Elizabeth : 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 F : Avian genetics : a population and ecological approach / edited by F. Cooke and P.A. Buckley ; with a foreword by John Maynard Smith.
Cooke Fadzilah Majid : The challenge of sustainable forests : forest resource policy in Malaysia, 1970-1995.
Cooke Fiona J : Oxford handbook of infectious diseases and microbiology / Dr M. Estée Török, Dr Ed Moran, Dr Fiona J. Cooke.
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 Francis 1682 : The true Protestants prayer : or the godly mans supplication unto Almihgty [sic] God, for the afflicted Church in Ireland. Composed by that learned and religious divine, Francis Cook Batchelor in Divinity, and preacher at Yoxall in Stafford-shire. Humbly desiring all godly Christians, for the Lord Christs sake, to joyne with him in prayer for the afflicted brethren.
Cooke Francis Of Cambridge : The old proverbe, as good be a knave, as amongst knaves (though Committee men) is debated, and concluded to be false, by Francis Cooke, and Thomas Gualter, : as they were riding between London and Cambridge, and conferring upon this proverb, and many other things usefull for all to know, but more especially for some in authority. In which conference the innocent, and such as have stood for the truth, are made known and commended, and the nocent and such as use deceit and falshood are discovered, and left to bear their deserved shame and punishment. As also the cruel and unreasonable doings of some Committee men, and others, against good men, and such as have been most forward for the Parliament: some of their abuses stript, which deserve to be whipt.
Cooke G W : Agricultural Efficiency : a Royal Society discussion on the management of inputs / organized by G.W. Cooke, N.W. Pirie, and G.D.H. Bell.
Cooke Gavin : Britain's great immigration disaster / Gavin Cooke.