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A Refutation of a false and impious aspersion cast on the late Lord Cottington
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Francis Cottington, 1st Baron Cottington The aim of Cottington's ambition was the place of lord treasurer, Winwood's Memorials: A Refutation of a False and Impious Aspersion cast on the late Lord Cottington; John Dart, Westmonasterium, i. (epitaph and monument). A Refutation of a false and impious aspersion cast on the late Lord Cottington: by the writer of the Popish currant (Book) Hidden workes of darkenes brought to publike light, or, A necessary introduction to the history of the Archbishop of Canterburie's triall.
A Refutation of a false and impious aspersion cast on the late Lord Cottington: by the writer of the Popish currant. Publisher: [London]: [publisher not identified], . A Refutation of a false and impious aspersion cast on the late Lord Cottington by the writer of the Popish currant.
Abstract  n and date of publication suggested by uction of original in the Huntington Library. Winwood’s Memorials: A Refutation of a False and Impious Aspersion cast on the late Lord Cottington; Dart, Westmonasterium, i.
(epitaph and monument). Francis Cottington, 1st Baron Cottington (c. – ) was the English lord treasurer and ambassador and leader of the pro-Spanish, pro-Roman Catholic faction in the court of Charles I. He was the fourth son of Philip Cottington of Godmanston in Somersetshire.
According to Hoare, his mother was Jane, daughter of Thomas Biflete, but according to Clarendon, "a Stafford nearly allied to Sir. Francis Cottington, 1st Baron Cottington (c. – ) was the English lord treasurer and ambassador and leader of the pro-Spanish, pro–Roman Catholic faction in the court of Charles I.
Early life. He was the fourth son of Philip Cottington of Godmanston in ing to Hoare, his mother was Jane, daughter of Thomas Biflete, but according to Clarendon, "a Stafford nearly. Winwood's Memorials: A Refutation of a False and Impious Aspersion cast on the late Lord Cottington John Dart, Westmonasterium, Maronite mummies (2, words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article.
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False. Winwood's Memorials: A Refutation of a False and Impious Aspersion cast on the late Lord Cottington; John Dart, Westmonasterium, i. (epitaph and monument). References Firth, Charles Harding (). "Cottington, Francis". In Stephen, Leslie. Dictionary of National Biography.
Winwood's Memorials: A Refutation of a False and Impious Aspersion cast on the late Lord Cottington John Dart, Westmonasterium, i. (epitaph and monument). References.
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The Case of Charles Cottington Esq, the heir, and last now living of the family of the right honourable Francis late Lord Cottington, humbly offered to the consideration of Parliament: Goldsmiths' Library, University of London [n.p.],  Unknown: Cotton, Robert, Sir.
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