Courths-Mahler, Hedwig, 1867-1950. : "Unser Weg ging hinauf," Hedwig Courths-Mahler und ihre Töchter als literarisches Phänomen; ein Beitrag zur Theorie über den Erfolgsroman und zur Geschiehte und Bibliographie des modernen Volkslesestoffes.
Courtly love in art -- Exhibitions. : Jahreszeiten der Gefühle : das Gothaer Liebespaar und die Minne im Spätmittelalter / herausgegeben von Allmuth Schuttwolf ; mit Beiträgen von Angelica Dülberg ... [and others].
Courtly love -- Literary collections. : Le Cœur mangé : récits érotiques et courtois des XIIe et XIIIe siècles / mis en français moderne par Danielle Régnier-Bohler ; préface de Claude Gaignebet ; postface de Danielle Régnier-Bohler.
Courtney, A. L., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : A full report taken in short hand of the extraordinary case of the Rev. H. Brereton versus the Rev. A.L. Courtney, clerk of Donnybrook Church for alleged defamation of character [electronic resource].
Courtney, Charles, -1612. : The life, apprehensio[n,] arraignement, and execution of Char[les] Covrtney, alias Hollice, alias Worsley, and Clement Slie fencer : with their escapes and breaking of prison: As also the true and hearty repentance of Charles Courtney w[ith] other passages, worthy the note and reading.
Courtney, Elizabeth, -1605. -- Early works to 1800. : The state of the godly both in this life, and in the life to come : deliuered in a sermon at Chudleigh in Devon: at the funeralls of the right worshipfull, the Ladie Elizabeth Courtney, the 11. of Nouember, 1605. And published for the instruction, and consolation of the faithfull. By R.W. minister. Whereunto is annexed the christian life and godly death of the sayd worshipfull Lady Elizabeth Courtney.
Courtney, Elizabeth, -1605. -- Sermons. : The state of the godly both in this life and in the life to come (1606) / Robert Wolcombe ; a facsimile reproduction with an introduction by Bettie Anne Doebler and Retha M. Warnicke.
Courtney family. -- Early works to 1800. : A short memoir, critically illustrating the histories of the noble families of Tracy, and Courtenay : Exhibiting likewise, the ancient usage, or variation, of coat armour, in that of Tracy.
Courtney, G. B. : Silent feet : the history of 'Z' special operations, 1942-1945 / by G.B. Courtney.
Courtney, George. : A great defeat given to the rebells in Ireland by Master George Courtney, governor of the Castle of Limbrick : wherein Colonell Geraldine one of the chief rebels, with divers captains and other officers and above 130 common souldiers were slaine : whereunto is added, the relation of the taking of the city of Corke by the rebells : all this being credibly related in a letter / sent from Master Francis Pursell to his kinsman G. Buck, esq.
Courtney, George. -- Early works to 1800. : A great defeat given to the rebells in Ireland, by Master George Courtney, governor of the Castle of Limbrick: wherein Colonell Geraldine, one of the chief rebels, with diuers captains and other officers and above 130 common souldiers were slaine. Whereunto is added, the relation of the taking of the city of Corke by the rebells. All this being credibly related in a letter sent from Master Francis Pursell, to his kinsman G. Buck, Esq.
Courtney, J. R. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the Circuit Court of the United States, Eastern District of Missouri, Eighth Judicial Circuit, Eastern Division, the Wabash Railroad Company vs. John J. Hannahan, Charles A. Lweton, Fred Englehardt, B.W. Schafer, Chas J. Augur, A.H. Martin, H.C. Niemeyer, W.G. Lee, J.R. Courtney, E.C. White, F.H. Hecox, George W. Bradly, Jos. Sell, F.G. Shepard, W.E. Rowe, H. McManus, Wm. McKay, C.H. Wilkins, P.H. Morrissey, T.R. Dodge, Timothy Shea, F.W. Arnold, A.E. Jordan [electronic resource] : in equity.