Cook, James, 1571 or 1572-1611. : Iuridica trium quæstionum ad Maiestatem pertinentium determinatio : in quarum prima et ultima processus iudicialis contra H. Garnetum institutus, ex iure civili & canonico defenditur: in secunda suprema et vniversalis principum potestas explicatur, & ex eisdem principijs succinctè asseritur; opposita praecipue epistolae cuidam dedicatoriæ ad clarissimum virum. D.E.C. militem, advocatum fiscalem generalem à Catholico, (vt ipse subscribit,) theologo conscriptæ; habita Oxonia in vesperijs comitiorum anno Domini 1608. à Jacobo Cooke novi Collegij socio inceptore in iure civili.
Cook, James A., : Visualizing modern China : image, history, and memory, 1750-present / edited by James A. Cook, Joshua Goldstein, Matthew D. Johnson, and Sigrid Schmalzer.
Cook, James and Kingman, : Practical reflections on the earthquakes that have happened in Europe and America, but chiefly in the islands of Jamaica, England, Sicily, Malta, &c. : With a particular and historical account of them, and divers other earthquakes. / By John Shower.
Cook, James, : Remarks on a passage from the River Balise : in the Bay of Honduras, to Merida; the Capital of the Province of jucatan, In the Spanish West Indies. By Lieutenant Cook, Ordered by Sir William Burnaby, Rear Admiral of the Red, in Jamaica; With Dispatches to the Governor of the Province; Relative to the Logwood Cutters in the Bay of honduras, In February and March 1765.
Cook, James : Recomposing the past : representations of early music on stage and screen / edited by James Cook, Alexander Kolassa, Adam Whittaker.
Cook, James, : To the public in general, and to those that are afflicted in particular. : I here have Orders to make known, that Mr. Lelley, well known for curing the rheumatism above sixty years with the greatest Success, never known to fail of giving Ease in a few Minutes, has been so kind as to give the receipt unto Mr. James Cook, at Ewell, Surry, who is now come to this town. No one need to fear of Relief (by the Blessing of God) if they apply in Time. Mrs. Cook intends to bathe her Sex, if thought fit, and Mr. Cook the Gentlemen. The Rheumatism cured in its worst Stages, from Ten to Twenty or Thirty; no Cure no Pay, by their humble Servant, James Cook, Ewell, and now come to this Town.
Cook, James : Answers for James Cook shipmaster in Pittenweem : to The Petition of Robert Gordon Merchant in Bourdeaux, and his Factor.