Coxcombe T : The red-ribbond news from the army. In a discourse between a minister and a souldier of the state. / Written from thence by a minister of Gods holy Word in the county of Suffolk, who loveth a souldier as he doth his own life: the characters of his name T.C.
Coxe John : Questions of religion cast abroad in Helvetia by the aduersaries of the same: and aunswered by M. H. Bullinger of Zurick: reduced into .17. common places. Translated into Englishe by Iohn Coxe. 1572
Coxe Richard 1596 : A short catechisme : Very necessary, for the plaine vnderstanding of the principall points of Christian religion. Meet to be practised of all Christians before they bee admitted to the Lord's Supper By Richard Cox.
Coxe Sem : Two sermons preached at Christ-Church in the city of Dublin, before the honourable the General Convenion of Ireland. : The first on Prov.11.14 at the first meeting of the said convention, March 2. 1659. The second on Jude v.19. at a publique fast appointed by the said convention, March 9. 1659. / By Sem Coxe, Minister of the gospel and pastor at St. Katherines in Dublin.