Coryate, Thomas, 1577?-1617. : Coryat's crudities : reprinted from the edition of 1611 : to which are now added, his letters from India, &c. and extracts relating to him, from various authors : being a more particular account of his travels (mostly on foot) in different parts of the globe, than any hitherto published : together with his orations, character, death, &c. ...
Coryate, Thomas, approximately 1577-1617. -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : The eighth vvonder of the vvorld, or Coriats escape from his supposed drowning : With his safe arriuall and entertainment at the famous citty of Constantinople; and also how hee was honourably knighted with a sword of King Priams. With the manner of his proceeding in his peregrination through the Turkish territories towards the antient memorable citty of Ierusalem. By Iohn Taylor.
Corydon Grammar School, Corydon, Surrey. : An essay on generosity and greatness of spirit. : The builders of colleges, hospitals and schools, prais'd and commended. The Invaluable Blessing of a Sound, Useful, and Pious Education; especially that of School Learning; with A particular View to Archbp Whitgift's Foundation, in Croydon Surry. By Henry Mills, A. M. Master of the said Foundation, and Rector of Mestham, Surry.
Corydon -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Trial of a slave in Berbice, for the crime of obeah and murder [electronic resource] : proceedings of the Court of Criminal Justice of the Colony Berbice, on the trial of the Negro Willem, alias Sara, alias Cuffey, for murder of the Negress Madalon : and also the trials of the Negroes Primo, Mey, Kees, and Corydon, for aiding and abetting in said murder.