Cooking Meat : A Propre new booke of cokery : declaryng what maner of meates bee best in ceason for all tymes of ye yere and how thes ought to bee dressed and serued at the table bothe for fleshe daies and fisshe daies : with a newe addicion, veri necessarye for all them that delighteth in cokery.
Cool The English Word : The rhetoric of cool : composition studies and new media / Jeff Rice ; with a foreword by Gregory L. Ulmer.; Rice, Jeff
Coole Benjamin 1717 : A narrative of the proceedings of George Keith at Coopers-Hall in the city of Bristol, the 14th day of August 1700, in detecting the errors of Benjamin Cool, and his brethren the Quakers at Bristol : which were read before a great auditory of ministers and other citizens and inhabitants : and divers other memorable passages between him and the Quakers at Bristol, particularly a dialogue at Coopers-Hall between a Quaker cobler and G. Keith, and another dialogue between some Quakers and G. Keith at B. Cool's house in Bristol : together with some of the chiefest Quotations out of the books of B. Cool and W. Penn, read at the same place, the same day / by George Keith.; Keith, George,
Coole Benjamin 1717 Sophistry Detected : Bristol Quakerism exposed : shewing the fallacy, perversion, ignorance, and error of Benjamin Cool, the Quakers chief preacher at Bristol, and of his followers and abettors there, discovered in his and their late book falsely called Sophistry detected, or, An answer to George Keith's Synopsis : wherein also both his deisme and inconsistency with himself and his brethren, with respect to the peculiar principles of Christianity, are plainly demonstrated / by George Keith.; Keith, George,
Cooper Catherine : A notable and prodigious historie of a mayden : who for sundry yeeres neither eateth, drinketh, nor sleepeth, neyther auoydeth any excrements, and yet liueth. A matter sufficiently opened and auerred, by the proceedings, examinations, and dilligent informations thereof, taken ex officio by the magistrate. And since by the order of the said magistrate printed and published in high Dutch, and after in French, and nowe lastlie translated into English. 1589.
Cooper Edmond : A copy of the presentment and indictment found and exhibited by the Grand-Jury of Middlesex, in the Upper Bench at Westminster, on the last day of Hillary term, 1659. : Against Collonel Matthew Alured, Collonel John Okey, (the Captains of the Gards) and Edmond Cooper (one of the door keepers) for assaulting and keeping Sir Gilbert Gerrard Baronet, one of the knights of the shire for their county, by force and arms out of the Commons House of Parliament, on the 27. day of December last; when 21. Members more were in like sort secluded and kept out of the House by them: which will serve as a president for other counties, and future secluders of the members..; Alured, Matthew.