Richard Cox

Richard Cox may refer to:

* Richard Cox (actor) (born 1948), American actor * Richard Cox (bishop) (c. 1500–1581), English clergyman, Dean of Westminster and Bishop of Ely * Richard Cox (1718–1803), founder of Cox & Kings * Richard Cox (cricketer) (1830–1865), Australian cricketer * Richard Cox (horticulturist) (1766–1845), British horticulturist, created Cox's Orange Pippin apple * Sir Richard Cox, 1st Baronet (1650–1733), Lord Chancellor of Ireland, 1703–1707 * Sir Richard Cox, 2nd Baronet (1702–1766), Irish baronet * Sir Richard Eyre Cox, 4th Baronet (died 1783), Irish baronet * Richard Colvin Cox (born 1928), American West Point cadet who disappeared in 1950 * Richard Ian Cox (born 1973), Welsh-Canadian voice actor * Richard J. Cox (archivist) (born 1950), American archivist and author * Richard L. Cox (born 1970), American author * Richard M. Cox (born 1963), English cricket administrator * Richard Threlkeld Cox (1898–1991), American physicist Provided by Wikipedia

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by Cox, Richard
Published 1750
Dublin, printed: London, re-printed: Boston, N.E. re-printed, and sold by J. Draper, in Cornhill

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by Cox, Richard
Published 1731
Printed for T. Reynolds
Subjects: '; ...Cox, Richard / Sir / 1702-1766 / Some observations on the present state of Ireland...

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by Cox, Richard
Published 1760
Printed for G. Faulkner

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by Cox, Richard
Published 1750
Dublin printed, London re-printed, Boston, N.E. re-printed and sold by J. Draper

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by Cox, Richard
Published 1749
Dublin printed, London re-printed, and sold by M. Cooper

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by Cox, Richard
Published 1762
Printed for Peter Wilson

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by Cox, Richard
Published 1754
P. Wilson

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by Cox, Richard
Published 1754
Dublin printed, London re-printed for T. Butler and M. Cooper

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by Cox, Richard
Published 1731
Printed at Dublin, and re-printed at London for J. Roberts

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by Cox, Richard
Published 1754
Dublin: printed, London: re-printed for T. Butler, in Pall-Mall; and M. Cooper, at the Globe, in Pater-Noster-Row

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by Cox, Richard
Published 1711
printed for Arthur Collins, at the Black-Boy in Fleetstreet