Writings of Sir Richard Cocks
- (fol. 30) the conclusion of an attack on the idea of succession in the Church of England.
- (fols. 30-31) a translation of Jacob Spon's answer to François d'Aix De La Chaize (another copy, with comments, is MS. Eng. hist. b. 209, fols. 44-46)
- (fols. 32-33) 'The rule to examine and try the veracity and excellency of our religion', c.1722.
- (fols. 34-35) a discourse on the duties of bishops, early 1720s.
- Creation: c.1720-1726
Language of Materials
Oxford, Bodleian Libraries [followed by shelfmark and folio or page reference, e.g. MS. Eng. misc. b. 433, fol. 30].
MS. Eng. misc. b. 433, fols. 30-35
Collection ID (for staff)
CMD ID 15858
Writings of Sir Richard Cocks, c.1720-1726.
Biographical / Historical
Richard Cocks (c.1659-1726), parliamentary diarist and religious controversialist. For more information see the Dictionary of National Biography.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Bought, Richard Gilbertson, 1980.
- Writings of Sir Richard Cocks, c.1720-1726
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