Curwen, Henry, 1621 or 1622-1636. : A sad memoriall of Henry Curwen esquire : the most worthy and onely child of Sr Patricius Curwen Baronet of Warkington in Cumberland, who with infinite sorrow of all that knew him departed this life August: 21. being Sunday: 1636. In the fourteenth yeare of his age; and lyes interred in the Church of Amersham in Buckingham shire.
Curwin, George, 1683-1717. -- Early works to 1800. : The nature and manner of man's blessing God; with our obligations thereto. : A sermon preached at Salem, upon a publick thanksgiving, the Thursday after the death of the Reverend, Mr. George Curwin; who departed this life, Novemb. 23d. 1717. in the 35th year of his age. By John Barnard, A.M. Colleague Pastor to the First Church of Christ in Marblehead.
Curwin, George, 1683-1717 -- Library. : A catalogue of curious and valuable books, [electronic resource] : (which mostly belonged to the Reverend Mr. George Curwin, late of Salem, deceased) : consisting of divinity, philosophy, history, poetry, &c. Generally well bound. : To be sold by auction, at the house of Mr. Elisha Odlin, on the south side of the Town-House in Boston, on Tuesday the second day of September, 1718. Beginning at three a clock afternoon. : The books will be shewn by Samuel Gerrish bookseller, near the Old Meeting House in Boston, from Thursday the 28th day of August, until the day of sale, where catalogues may be had gratis, and at the Sign of the Light House the place of sale. : N.B. A parcel of pamphlets will be then also to be sold.
Curzon, John, : Exceeding good news from Oxfordshire : being a true relation of the manner of the apprehending of the Earle of Berkshire, Sir Iohn Curson, Sir Robert Dormer, and divers other cavaliers in Oxfordshire, by Colonell Hampden and Col. Goodwyn : also the valiant resolution of the city of Chichester for the defence of the King and Parliament and the true Protestant religion.
Curzon, John, -- Early works to 1800. : Exceeding good news from Oxford-shire: being a true relation of the manner of the apprehending of the Earle of Berkshire, Sir Iohn Curson, Sir Robert Dormer, and divers other cavaliers in Oxfordshire, by Colonell Hampden, and Col. Goodwyn. Also the valiant resolution of the city of Chichester for the defence of the King and Parliament, and the true Protestant religion. Joh. Brown, Cler. Parl.
Curzon, Nathaniel, 1676?-1758. : A brief view of ecclesiastical jurisdiction : as it is at this day practised in England. Addressed to Sir Nathaniel Curzon, Bart. and the rest of the gentlemen of the committee appointed by Parliament, for inquiring into the abuses and corruptions of ecclesiastical courts and jurisdictions.