Cornet Studies And Exercises : Specimen sight-reading tests for trumpet and brass band instruments [treble clef] (excluding trombone [treble clef]) : grades 6-8 / Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music.; Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (Great Britain)
Cornford John 1915 1936 : Journey to the frontier : Julian Bell & John Cornford : their lives and the 1930s / by P. Stansky & W. Abrahams.; Stansky, Peter.
Cornovii : Wroxeter, the Cornovii and the urban process : final report on the Wroxeter hinterland project 1994-1997. Vol. 2, Characterizing the city / R.H. White, C. Gaffney and V.L. Gaffney ; with Arnold Baker and contributions by A. Bayliss ... [et al.].; White, Roger H.
Cornwall England County History 16th Century : Elizabeth by the grace of God Queene of England, France and Ireland ... to all and singuler archbishops, bishops ... : whereas we are credibly giuen to vnderstand, as well by the pitifull supplication and petition of our poore and true subiects ... of our townes of Pensance, Mousehole, and Newlin ...; England and Wales.
Cornwall England County History 17th Century Sources : The Humble petition of the county of Cornwall to the Kings Most Excellent Majestie : subscribed by above seven thousand hands : with His Majesties answer thereunto : whereunto is added the oaths of allegiance and supremacie.
Cornwall England County History Military Early Works To 1800 : True intelligence from Cornwall: : being a true relation of the rising of 600. fishermen and their wives, and falling upon Sir Ralph Hopton and the Cavaliers, wounding Sir Ralph himselfe, by striking him from off his horse, killing diverse of his men, and putting the rest to flight: and how the said fishermen pillaged the town of Bodnam in Cornwall, which caused the whole county to be up in armes, and the beacons to be fired throughout the whole county. Also how the day following Sir Ralph Hopton with 500. men took some few fishermen, and tied them to trees, whipping them naked with broome and furse, and how he pillaged M. Tresuses house. Likewise the taking of two barks which came from the Governour of Flanders with armes for 3000. men; and the names of the malignants in the foresaid county. Sent in a letter from Sir Jonathan Trelawney to M. Trelawney merchant in London.; Trelawny, Jonathan,