Cockburn John 1652 1729 Bourignianism Detected : An apology for M. Antonia Bourignon : in four parts ... : to which are added two letters from different hands, containing remarks on the preface to The snake in the grass and Bourignianism detected : as also some of her own letters, whereby her true Christian spirit and sentiments are farther justified and vindicated, particularly as to the doctrine of the merits and satisfaction of Jesus Christ.; Garden, George,
Cockburn William 1683 : On the much lamented death of the valiant Major William Cockburn, : who died at Stonie-flet, June 6. 1683. A funeral elegie / N. Paterson.; Paterson, Ninian,
Cockerel Richard : The Norffs president of persecution (unto banishment) against some of the innocent people call'd Quakers, for meeting in the name and fear of the Lord. Or, A relation of the proceedings of the court at the quarter sessions holden at the castle in Norwich the 20 day of the 12. moneth call'd February, 1665. : where Francis Cory, recorder of the city of Norwich sat for judge with John Crafts dean of Norwich, with other justices of the peace (so call'd), upon Henry Kittle Jun. Edmund Rack, Richard Cockerel, and Robert Elden, call'd Quakers.
Cockerill Thomas Active 1674 1702 : London, Feb. 22. 1699/1700. : Whereas advertisements are this day printed in the Post-Poy [sic], Post-Man, and Flying Post, that a book intiutled, The history of the reign of Lewis the Thirteenth, King of France and Navarre, &c. by Mr. Michel le Vassor, is this day published by John Nutt; Richard Wellington (the known publisher) being asham'd to put his name to it ... the same is a false and spurious edition of the said book ... and that a translation ... will be publish'd in a fortnight ... for Thomas Cockerill, bookseller in the Poultrey..
Cockerill Thomas Active 1695 1705 : London, Feb. 22. 1699/1700. : Whereas advertisements are this day printed in the Post-Poy [sic], Post-Man, and Flying Post, that a book intiutled, The history of the reign of Lewis the Thirteenth, King of France and Navarre, &c. by Mr. Michel le Vassor, is this day published by John Nutt; Richard Wellington (the known publisher) being asham'd to put his name to it ... the same is a false and spurious edition of the said book ... and that a translation ... will be publish'd in a fortnight ... for Thomas Cockerill, bookseller in the Poultrey..
Cocket Thomas : The enmitie between the two seeds: : wherein is discovered, the subtilty and envie of the serpents seed: who rules in the man of sin, that is born after the flesh, and persecutes him that is born after the spirit; ... Here is also witnessed (through suffering the losse of all things) the immediate call to the ministry by the spirit of our Lord Jesus Christ, according to Scripture. With a testimony of truth to all those that desire to know the way to God, and a discovery of the deceit, with a testimony against it, both in rulers, priests, and people, that do profess God and Christ in words, and in their works denyes him. / Written from the light which the world hates, which they dwelt in who gave forth the Scripture, by one whom the world reproachfully calls a Quaker, not known to the world, but by the name of John Whithead. Here is also a declaration of the ground and manner of my imprisonment, and of the imprisonment of Marmaduke Storr: who is my companion in bonds for the truths sake. With a discovery of their proceedings against us at the two last general sessions holden for the county of Northampton. Here is also, a relation of the proceedings against Thomas Cocket of Dingley, ... the 13. day of the 4. month. 1655.; Whitehead, John,
Cockfighting England Poetry Early Works To 1800 : The high and mightie commendation of the vertue of a pot of good ale. : Full of wit without offence, of mirth without obscenitie, of pleasure without scurrilitie, and of good content without distaste. Whereunto is added the valiant battell fought betweene the Norfolk cock and the Wisbich cock. written by Thomas Randall.; Randolph, Thomas,
Cocks Charles Esq : A sermon preached at the funerall of Charles Cocks Esq : one of the masters of the Chauncery and of the honourable Society of the Middle Temple. By Tho. Washbourne M.A.; Washbourne, Thomas,