Cowpen Typhoid Fever England : Dr. Parsons's report to the Local Government Board upon the prevalence of enteric fever in the cowpen urban sanitary district, Northumberland [microform] / [H. Franklin Parsons]
[Cowper, Edward], respondent -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800. : Dame Anna Dorothea Byrne, executrix of Sir Daniel Byrne, bar. deceas'd; and Sir John Byrne, an infant, son and heir of Sir Daniel, by the said Dame Anna Dorethea his mother and guardian. Appellants. Robert Harpole. George died before his father without issue. William Sir Robert Hartpole died 1682. William Hartpole, then a minor. George Hartpole. Daniel Byrne, the common ancestor, died 1683. Sir Gregory Byrne, bar. Sir Daniel Byrne, bar. Sir John Byrne. George Hartpole, son and heir of William Hartpole, by his guardian William Wilcocks, Elizabeth Wilcocks, widow of Thomas Wilcocks, Isachar, Sarah, Elizabeth and Abigail Wilcocks, children of the said Thomas Wilcocks, Thomas Robbins administrator with the will annexed of the said Thomas Wilcocks, Edward Cowper and James Forbes, renouncing executors of the said Thomas Wilcocks, John Hayes, and John Mac Culagh, executors of Robert Wilcocks, son and heir of Charles Wilcocks, Robert Wilcocks, son of William Wilcocks, another son of the said Charles Wilcocks, and Robert Wilcocks son of Stephen Wilcocks, and son of the said Charles Wilcocks, [electronic resource].
Cowper family. : The devil in disguise [electronic resource] : deception, delusion, and fanaticism in the early English enlightenment / Mark Knights.
Cowper, William, 1568-1619. : The life and death of the Reuerend Father, and faithfull seruant of God, Mr. William Cowper, Bishop of Galloway [electronic resource] : 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, 1568-1619. -- Early works to 1800. : An account of the work of grace [electronic resource] : upon the soul of the Right Reverend father in God, William Cowper, formerly Lord Bishop of Galloway. With some relation of the success and opposition his lordship met with in the work of the ministry. Written by his own pen, in the year 1616.