Cornwall England County History Sources Early Works To 1800 : The declaration and remonstrance of the lords, knights, and gentry of the countie of Cornwall. : Agreed on by the whole county in generall, Oct. 10. 1642. VVherein is declared the resolution of the said lords, knights, and gentry, concerning the King and Parliament. Together with their proceedings against Sir Ralph Hopton, who hath now took castle in Cornwall, having there fifty peeces of ordnance, and 200 men. Together with the resolution of hoth Houses concerning the same.
Cornwall England History 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : The resolution of the Kings Majesties subjects in the county of Cornwall, : and their declaring for his Majesty, and the Prince of Wales, and their fight with the Parliaments forces near Tavestock in Cornwall, with the particulars thereof, and the number killed and taken prisoners. Also the declaration of the sea-royalists, for God and King Charles, and their entering of the town of Portsmouth, and advancing up to the market place, and a defeat given to Lieutenant Generall Cromwells forces neare Pontefraact in Yorkshire, and the number that were taken, and carryed prisoners too Pontefract Castle. Likewise a declaration of the citizens of London, for the raising of new forces, to defend the said city against any opposition whatsoever. Signed in the name, and by the warrant of the committee of the militia of the City of London. A. Bankes, Cler.
Cornwall England History 18th Century : By the King, a proclamation, for suppressing riots and tumults committed by tinners, and others, within the county of Cornwall, and for apprehending the offenders therein..; Great Britain.
Cornwall Henry Colonel : The case of the Honourable Henry Cornwall, Esq; appellant, against a decree of dismission, and against a decree made in the Court of Chancery, ... in two causes; wherein the appellant was plaintiff: and Elizabeth Williams, ... defends. And the other, wherein John Page, ... were plaintiffs: and ... Henry Cornwall, Esq; defts.; Cornwall, Henry,
Cornwallis H M S : The immortal gamble, and the part played in it by H.M.S.Cornwallis.; Stewart, Archibald Thomas.
Cornwallis Of Eye Charles Cornwallis Baron 1632 1673 : A True narrative of the death of the Right Honourable the Lord Cornwallis : published for the common satisfaction : and for the necessary vindication of Mr. Easton, from those calumnies that are spread about the town, concerning the occasion thereof.
Cornwell England Maps : Gloucestershire - Oxfordshire - Warwickshire [cartographic material] : sheet SP 22 NE.; Great Britain.
Cornwell Francis : An answer to a scandalous paper, lately sent to the right Honourable the Lord Mayor, touching a late dispute intended by the Anabaptists with the Presbyterians. : As also, a briefe discovery of the grosse mistakes and confused puslements of Anabaptisticall spirits in the point of rebaptising, according to Mr. Saltmarsh, in somelate [sic] exceptions here recited. With a reply to the main arguments of F.C. the great Anabaptisticall champion / by a well-willer and daily desierer [sic] of a happy settlement of truth and peace.; Well-Willer and Daily Desierer of a Happy Settlement of Truth and Peace.
Coronado Francisco Vasquez De 1510 1554 : The journey of Coronado, 1540-1542 from the city of Mexico to the Grand Canon the Colorado and the buffalo plains of Texas, Kansas and Nebraska / Pedro de Castañeda ... [et al.] ; translated and edited by George Parker Winship.
Coronary Artery Bypass : Coping with heart surgery and bypassing depression : a family's guide to the medical, emotional and practical issues / Carol Cohan, June B. Pimm, James R. Jude.; Cohan, Carol,
Coronation Sermons 17th Century : A sermon preached at the coronation of William III and Mary II, King and Queen of England, ---- France, and Ireland, defenders of the faith : in the Abby-Church of Westminster, April 11, 1689 / by Gilbert Lord Bishop of Salisbury. Printed by their Majesties special command.; Burnet, Gilbert,
Coronation Sermons England : God save the king. : A sermon preached at Southstoneham: nere Southampton. The XXIII of April 1661. Being the day of the most happy inauguration of our dread soveraign Charles the II, King of Great Brittain France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c. / By Roger Turner ...; Turner, Roger,