Cowen Joseph : "The militant democracy" : Joseph Cowen and Victorian radicalism.; Todd, Nigel.
Cowes England Early Works To 1800 : Strange and terrible news from sea., or:, A true relation of a most wonderful violent tempest of lightning and thunder. : On Fryday, the 18th. of this instant Jan. 1678. : Whereby the main-mast of a ship, riding at anchor off of Cows was split from the top to the bottom: : fourteen men upon the upper deck, and three between decks struck, and five of them left for dead, their eyes and teeth being immoveable, and their bodies stincking so of sulpher, that none could endure the smell. : With several other lamentable passages communicated in a letter from a gentleman on board, to a friend in Cheap-side. / With allowance, R. L'Estrange.; L'Estrange, Roger,
Cowley Abraham 1618 1667 Mistress : An exclamation to all those that love the Lord Jesus in sincerity : against an apology written by an ingenious person, for Mr. Cowley's lascivious and prophane verses / by a dutiful son of the Church of England.; Elys, Edmund,
Cowper William 1568 1619 : The life and death of the Reuerend Father, and faithfull seruant of God, Mr. William Cowper, Bishop of Galloway : who departed this life at Edenburgh, the 15. of February. 1619. Whereunto is added a resolution penned by himselfe, some few dayes before his death, touching the Articles concluded in the late generall Assembly holden at Perth. 1618.; Cowper, William,
Cowries : The shell money of the slave trade / Jan Hogendorn and Marion Johnson.; Hogendorn, Jan S.,
Cows Early Works To 1800 : The country-man's guide : or plain directions for ordering. Curing. Breeding choice, use, and feeding. Of horses, cows, sheep, hoggs, &c. Adorn'd with sculptuers, shewing the proper places in the bodies of the said several beasts, where the said distempers do usually happen. Published for the publick good, by W.W.; Winstanley, William,
Cox David Sir : Statistical theory and modelling : in honour of Sir David Cox / edited by D.V. Hinkley, N. Reid, E.J. Snell.
Cox Harold : Starving in the midst of plenty : a reply to Mr. Harold Cox.; Wheatley, John.
Cox John : Truth exalted, and the peaceable fellowship and exercise thereof vindicated against the abusive clamours of a dividing false spirit. : Given forth in answer to a printed paper subscribed, Edward Nightingale, Tho. Dennison, John Winnard, John Cox, called An account of their offers in the Quarterly Meetings at York, for the accommodating of the differences that were amongst Friends, being (say they) three distinct papers given in for peace at three several meetings. Wherein it's clearly demonstrated, that the aforesaid persons have been the authors thereof, through the opposition they have made against the Gospel care, and practices used amongst Gods people in the Church of Christ. Herein also is shewed what Christian care and endeavours have been used touching them, before they excluded themselves, and their separate meeting set up. Recommended to Gods witness in the aforesaid subscribers, and to the consideration of all sober people where this may come. Hereunto is also added, by way of answer, some observations made upon another printed paper, given forth by John Cox, called, An epistle to all the Lords people (feignedly pretended to be) sent as a salutation of love and peace.
Cox John Active 1651 : To the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, and every individuall member thereof. The second humble representation of Capt. John Harris, in answer unto a scandalous paper, lately exhibited in the name of one John Cox, pretended agent of severall trustees mentioned in the ordinance for payment of Master Pyms debts; Harris, John,