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COOPE, REv. WILLIAM John. (Com.).

Falmouth, on the 30th Jan., 1841, by the Rev. W. J. Coope, A.M., of Brazenose College, Oxford, and Rector of Falmouth. Falmouth, J. W. Dixon, 1841, 8°., pp. 64. The Church of Christ the Salt of the Earth. A Sermon [on Matt., v, 13] preached in St. Michael's Church, Helston, at the Triennial Visitation of the Lord Bishop of Exeter, Aug. 1, 1842. Falmouth, printed and published by J. W. Dixon; Lond, Rivington; 1842,8°., pp. 32. Primitive Truth, or is the Catholic Church also Roman 1 An earnest remonstrance to a Parishioner on her purposed perversion to the Church of Rome. Lond., Whittaker; Bampton [printed]; 1847, 8", pp. xiii and 149,4/6. Two Sermons [on Jude, v, iii, and Acts, v, 29] on the duty of earnestly contending for the faith at the present crisis... By Rev. W. J. Coope. Preached in the Parish Church of Falmouth,...on Sunday, April 14th, 1850, and now published by request. Lond, J. Masters, 1850, 4°., pp. 68. The Real Presence of Christ in his Holy Sacrament the faith of the Catholic Church. A Letter to an Esteemed Parishioner. Lond, Church Press Co., 1868, 8°., 8d. [Falmouth Tracts, No. 1]. On the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. 8°., pp. 7. [Falmouth Tracts, No. 2). On the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. 8°., pp. 7. NotE.-These have no title pages, but are dated Howberry House, Aug., 1868, and signed W. Jno. Coope, Priest. They were printed by Mary Dunstone, Falmouth. [Falmouth Tracts, No. 3]. Catholic Consent. Dated Howberry House, Aug. 6, 1868, and signed Wm. Jno. Coope, Rector. Published by of". Arwenack Street, Falmouth, n.d., 1868, 8°., pp. 12. Falmouth Tracts, No. 4. Wesley a Catholic “Wesley's sons” invited. By the Rev. W. J. Coope, Priest of Falmouth. Lond, Masters & Son; Falmouth, published by M. Dunstone; Sept., 1868, 8°., pp. 28. Falmouth Tracts, No. 5. Sacramental Doctrine. By Rev. W. J. Coope. Falmouth, M. Dunstone, Feb., 1869, 8". Falmouth Tracts, No. 6. Female Dress. By Rev. W. J. Coope. Falmouth, M. Dunstone, March, 1869, 8". Premiums given by Rev. W. J. Coope. Rep. R.C.P. Soc., 1837, p. 17. Letter on the battle of the Tchernaya. By Rev. J. W. Coope. Illust. Lond. News, xxvii, 405, 6th Oct., 1855. Answer to the Rev. W. J. Coope's Letter. By J. Mount, Staff Surgeon. ib., xxvii,619, 24th Nov. Second Letter from the Rev. W. J. Coope. ib., xxviii, 19, 5th Jan., 1856.

COOPER, WILLIAM DURRANT, F.S.A.

The Expenses of the Judges of Assize riding the Western and the Oxford Circuits...1596– 1601. Ed....by W. D. Cooper. Camden Miscell., iv, 1850.

NotE.-Expenses at Launceston, pp. 21–22, 24, 27, 29, 34, 36, 38, 41.

COPE, REv. Richard, LL.D., F.A.S. Independent Minister. b. London, 23rd Aug., 1776. d. Penryn, 26th Oct., 1856.

The Autobiography and Select Remains of the Rev. R. Cope, LL.D., formerly Tutor of the Irish Evangelical College, Dublin, and Minister of the Congregational Churches at Launceston, Wakefield, Penryn. Portrait. Ed. by his son, R. J. Cope. Lond, Judd and Glass, 21, Paternoster Row; Falmouth, Lake; 1857, 8", pp. 292, 6/-. List of Subscribers. The Object accomplished by the Abolition of the Slave Trade. A Sermon preached at Launceston, May 1, 1807. 1807, 8". Robert Melville; or characters contrasted, Abergavenny, J. H. Morgan, 1827, 12°., pp. 103, 1/. The Pulpit Synopsis; containing outlines of Sermons, Select and Original, with Hints to Ministers on conducting the Worship of God, remarks on extempore preaching, and an address to preachers. Lond, Joseph Smith, 1837, 8". Note.—Preface dated Penryn, August 16, 1837.

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CORNISH, Rev. GEORGE JAMEs, M.A. b. Ottery St. Mary, 7th June, 1794, d. London, 10th Sept., 1849. cf. Gent. Mag., xxxii, 549 (1849), N. & Q., 3 S., viii, 357 (1865). Despise ye the Church of God? A Sermon [on I Cor., xi, 18–22] preached at the consecration of St. Michael's Church, Baldhu, on 20th July, 1848 & the Lord Bishop of Exeter). By Rev. G. Cornish, Vicar of SS. Kenwyn and Kea. Published at his Lordship's command. Lond., Rivington, 1848, 8°., “Let all things be done decently and in order.” A Sermon [on I Cor., xiv, 40] preached at the opening of the temporary Church, in the District of St. George, Kenwyn, on the 23rd April, 1849, by G. Cornish, M.A., Prebendary of Exeter and Chaplain to the Lord Bishop. Published at the particular request of the Clergy present. Truro, J. R. Netherton, 1849, 8", pp. 16. A Selection from the Sermons and Poetical Remains of the Rev. G. J. Cornish, late Vicar of Kenwyn and Kea. Lond, J. C. Mozley; Truro, Netherton; 1850, 8°., pp. 400, 106. NotE.-Some of the poetry had been previously published in “Church Poetry” and “Days and Seasons.” Sermon for the Sixth Sunday after Epiphany. “Sin not only to be forgiven, but to be rooted out," I John, iii, 45. Published in Sermons for Sundays, Festivals and Fasts, doc. (Ed. by the Rev. Alex. Watson. Lond, J. Masters, 1846, 8".), 2 S., i, 255–64. Lines to the Redbreast. Christian Year (1st ed., ii, 81, 21st Sunday after Trinity. [cf. Sir J. T. Coleridge's Life of Keble, 1st ed., pp. 29–35]. Come to the Woods and other Poems. Lond, Simpkin; Frome, John Hodges [printed]; 1869, 8"., pp. 136, 3/6.

CORNISH, JAMEs.

A View of the present state of the Salmon and Channel Fisheries and of the Statute Laws by which they are regulated...Lond, Longman, 1824, 8°.. pp. ix and 217.

Nore.—The Channel Fisheries on the Coasts of Devon and Cornwall described in pp. 67–119.

CORNISH, JAMEs, M.R.C.S. (son of Will. Cornish). b. Falmouth, 20th May, 1792, d. Falmouth, 22nd Sept., 1858.

Case of a large dose of laudanum proving fatal, although full vomiting was speedily effect. ed. Med. & Phys. Journ., xxxi, 193–96 (1814).

Remarkable effects of fanaticism on the inhabitants of several towns in Cornwall. ib., xxxi, 373–79 [cf. Methodist Mag., xxxvii, 545– 551, 1814].

Observations on Mr. Cornish's account of a

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CORYTON, WILLIAM. M.P. for Cornwall, 1625, Launceston, 1640. d. May, 1651. Cf. Prynne's Tracts and Parl. Hist., ii, 208. The Passage at the Council Table between the Council and W. Coryton, Esq., about refusing to pay the Loan. MSS. Camb. Univ. Lib., Ee. ii, 32, art. 11; Harl. MSS., 737, art. 14, pp. 159-164; 6799, art. 33. Information in the Star Chamber, May, 1629, against divers Parliament Men, viz...W. Coriton, etc. Br. Museum. Addit. MSS., 12,511. W. May, Sir H. Killegrew, P. Edgecumbe, W. Coryton, W. Langdon, and W. Scawen, Commissioners for Cornwall to Edw. Walker, Secretary of the Council of War to the King. Leskeard, 15th Aug., 1644. ib., 15,750, fol. 21.

COSMO THE THIRD. Grand Duke of Tuscany. b. Florence, 14th Aug., 1642, d. 31st Oct., 1723.

Travels of Cosmo the Third, Grand Duke of

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COTTON, REv. WILLIAM (eldest son of Dr. W. Cotton, Bp. of Ereter). d. Botreaux Castle, circa 1649. cf. Walker's Sufferings, pt. ii, 24.

COTTON, WILLIAM, F.S.A. d. Plymouth, 15th Jan., 1863, aged 68.

Illustrations of Stone Circles, Cromlehs, and other Remains of the Aboriginal Britons in the West of Cornwall. From drawings made on the spot in 1826, by W. Cotton, Esq., M.A. Lond, printed by James Moyes, Took's Court, Chancery Lane, 1827, 4°., pp. 46. Castle Horneck Lib., Penzance.

Note.—Only 25 copies printed. The preface dated

“The Priory, Leatherhead, June 1, 1827.” Ten plates, with plans annexed, accompany three chapters of the book. The eleventh plate goes with “An account of some barrows on Botree Hill...opened 26th Sep., 1826." cf. Gent. Mag. (in a letter from A. J. Kempe), ciii, pt. 1, 11–14,

An Account of certain Hill Castles situated near the Land's End in Cornwall. 2 plates. Archæol.., xx, 300–306 (1829).

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COUCH, JonATHAN, F.L.S. b. Polperro, 15th March, 1789. d. Polperro, 13th April, 1870. cf. Yarrell's British Birds, vols. i., ii, iii.; Journ. R.I.C., April, 1870. A Treatise on the Natural History of the Pilchard, with particular reference to the Fisheries of Cornwall. By J. Couch ... Extracted from the Third Report of the Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society. 1835, 8". NotE.-This Essay obtained the prize given by John Buller, Esq., of Morval, for the best Natural History of the Pilchard. A Cornish Fauna; being a Compendium of the Natural History of the County, intended to form a companion to the Collection in the Museum of the Royal Institution of Cornwall.

P. of b. Stratford, Essex, 30th Jan.,

COUCH, JonATHAN. (Con.).

Part i, containing the Vertebrata, Crustacea, and a portion of the Radiate Animals. By J. Couch. Truro, 1838, 8", pp. 84. Part il, containing the Testaceous Mollusks. By J. Couch. Truro, 1841, 8", pp. 76, 2/-. Part iii, containing the Zoophytes... By R. Q. Couch. (1844), q.v. Illustrations of Instinct, deduced from the Habits of British Animals. By J. Couch. Lond, Van Voorst, 1847, post 8", 8/6. The Natural History of C. Plinius Secundus. Translated on the Basis of Philemon Holland's Pliny, [By J. Couch], with notes. Lond, Wernerian Club, 1847–50, 8". NotE.-Vol. I and II and parts 1 to 5 of vol. III were all that were published A History of the Fishes of the British Islands. With coloured illustrations from drawings by the Author. J. Couch. Lond., Groombridge, 1860–65, 4 vols., roy. 8"., 72/-. “A Torpedo at one end of the line.” By J. Couch. In “Fishing Gossip”. Ed. by H. Cholmondeley Pennell. (Edinburgh, Black, 1866, 8".), pp. 147–51. Fishing and Fish-hooks of the earliest dates, By J. Couch. ib., pp. 321–29. Polperro. The History of a Fishing Town. ...By J. Couch. With an Account of the Life and Labours of the Author... By T. Q. Couch. (1870), q.v. Icthyology. A Paper communicated by J. Couch to the Exposition Internationale des Peches, at Arcachon, in France, and for which a Gold Medal was awarded to the Author. 1867.

Observations on the Tree of Life, &c. By Ipoipuroc (sic.), i.e., J. Couch. Imperial Mag. (ed. by S. Drew), i, col. 737–39 (1819).

Meteorological Phenomena. By J. Couch. ib., ii, col. 531–33 (1820).

The Carpenter Bee–Apis centuncularis. By

J. Couch. ib., ii, col. 653–55. On the Alteration in Times; [reflections suggested by an old work on political economy in the reign of Elizabeth]. By Ipolperroc. ib., iii, col. 16–20 (1821). The Fabulous Foundation of the Popedom abridged from Rich. Bernard]. By J. Couch. ib., iii, col. 428–35, 520–27. Reply to a Query on Singular Fishes. By J. Couch. ib., iii, col. 451–53. Authors and Books in the English and Foreign Languages which are necessary for the formation of a small and select library. Abridged from the Pamphleteer, No. 3. By polperroc. ib., iii, col. 715–20. Fishing. col. 1027–32. Suggestions for the purpose of fixing the M

A Poem. By Ipolperroc. ib., iii,

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