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Cooper, William Durrant, 1812-1875 Vatican Library National Library of the Netherlands ISNI Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Israel National Library of Ireland German National Library

Cooper, William Durrant NII (Japan) National and University Library in Zagreb RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland

William Durrant Cooper British antiquarian Wikidata

VIAF ID: 36072537 (Personal)

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"Aliens in Rye, Temp. Henry VIII" Wikidata
"Anthony Copley of Roughey" Wikidata
"The Bonvilles of Halnaker" Wikidata
"Brambletye Manor and Chapel" Wikidata
"The Chantry of Brambletye, and Sedition in Sussex, AD 1579" Wikidata
"Crown Presentations to Livings" Wikidata
"Documents relating to the Papists and Recusants of Sussex in 1587" Wikidata
The expenses of the judges of assize riding the Western and Oxford circuits : temp. Elizabeth, 1596-1601 Vatican Library
"Extracts fom the Passage-Book of the Port of Rye, 1635-6" Wikidata
"Extracts from Account-Books of the Everden and Frewen Families in the Seventeenth Century" Wikidata
"The Families of Braose of Chesworth, and Hoo" Wikidata
"Former Inhabitants of Chichester" Wikidata
"Further Memorials of Seaford" Wikidata
A glossary of the provincialisms in use ... [MI] 1853 National Library of Ireland National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO
"Guild and Chantries in Horsham" Wikidata
"Guilds" Wikidata
"Hastings Rape, Castle, and Town. (Also see SAC Vol 45, Note 10)" Wikidata
The history, antiquities, and topography of the county of Sussex. Library of Congress/NACO
History of England, from the earliest period to the present time. On a plan recommended by the Earl of Chesterfield Vatican Library
The history of Winchelsea, one of the ancient towns added to the Cinque Ports. National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO
"Kent and Sussex Posts 1666" Wikidata
"Letters and Will of Dr Andrew Borde" Wikidata
"Lewes Castle the County Prison?" Wikidata
"Liberties and Franchises within the Rape of Hastings" Wikidata
Lists of foreign Protestants, and aliens, resident in England 1618-1688. From returns in the State paper office. Vatican Library National Library of Ireland National Library of the Netherlands National and University Library in Zagreb RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland German National Library
"Marriage Settlement AD 1343, Johanna Poynings and William de Cricketot" Wikidata
"Mayfield" Wikidata
"Midhurst: its Lords and its Inhabitants (See also amendment in Historical Note in SAC Vol 130)" Wikidata
"Monumental Inscriptions in Churches and Churchyard" Wikidata
Notes on Sussex Castles Wikidata
"Notices of Hastings and its Municipal Rights" Wikidata
"Notices of Winchelsea in and after the Fifteenth Century" Wikidata
"On the Retention of British and Saxon Names in Sussex" Wikidata
The Oxenbridges of Brede place, Sussex, and Boston, Massachusetts. Wikidata Library of Congress/NACO
"Parham" Wikidata
Participation of Sussex in Cade's rising, 1450. Wikidata Library of Congress/NACO
Pedigree of the Lewknor Family Wikidata
"Produce of and Supplies from Sussex" Wikidata
"Protestant Refugees in Sussex" Wikidata
"Queen Elizabeth's Visits to Sussex" Wikidata
Ralph Roister Doister, a comedy National Library of Ireland Library of Congress/NACO
"Royalist Compositions in Sussex during the Commonwealth" Wikidata
Savile correspondence, 1858: RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland National Library of Ireland National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO
Savile correspondence : letters to and from Henry Savile, esq., envoy at Paris, and vice-chamberlain to Charles II. and James II., including letters from his brother George marquess of Halifax : printed from a manuscript belonging to his grace the Duke of Devonshire, and from originals in her Majesty's State Paper Office National Library of the Netherlands
"Scarcity of Husbands in Sussex in 1700" Wikidata
Seven letters written by Sterne and his friends, hitherto unpublished. Library of Congress/NACO
"Smuggling in Sussex" Wikidata
"Social Condition of Sussex in 1631 - 1632" Wikidata
"Sussex Brass - Ringmer" Wikidata
"Sussex Men at Agincourt" Wikidata
"Sussex Tokens" Wikidata
Trelawny papers Vatican Library
"Westham Church" Wikidata

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