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Bourke Cockran, William
Cockran, Bourke
Cockran, W. Bourke
Cockran, William B.
Cockran, William Bourke
William Bourke Cockran (American politician)
William Bourke Cockran (Amerikaans politicus (1854-1923))
William Bourke Cockran (amerikansk politikar)
William Bourke Cockran (amerikansk politiker)
William Bourke Cockran (politicien américain)
William Bourke Cockran (US-amerikanischer Politiker)
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Boutwell, George S. (1818-1905)
Boutwell, George Sewall (1818-1905)
Churchill, Randolph Spencer Lady, 1854-1921
Ide, Henry Clay (1844-1921)
King, W. D. Æ. (1910-2012)
King, William Donald Ælian (1910-2012)
Leslie, Anita
Leslie, Lionel Alistair David (1900–1987)
Mellows, Liam
New England Anti-Imperialist League
Rodzianko, Paul
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Address delivered in Faneuil Hall ... [MI] 1900
Becoming Winston Churchill, the untold story of young Winston and his American mentor
Bourke Cockran, 1948:
cause of Ireland and its relations to the League of Nations., The
Extract from the speech of Hon. William B. Cockran of New York in the House of Representatives, April 23, 1904.
Great political issues and leaders of the campaign of 1900; a history of our parties from the beginning of the government to the present day, together with a record of national conventions and platforms.
II.ii.8.d. Correspondence between Marjorie Leslie and Ide family members
In the name of liberty : address
John Marshall: an address. Deivered before the Erie County bar association, February 4th [1901] at Buffalo.
Letter from Maurice O'Regan Fitzgerald to William Bourke Cockran regarding the "Eagle Trading Company" which he believes is about to float bogus stock while claiming to have the backing of Éamon De Valera
Letter from W. Bourke Cockran to John Devoy regarding a recent speech that he had made
Letter from William Bourke Cockran to Liam Mellows enclosing a letter that they spoke about on the telephone
Letters and telegrams to and from Liam Mellows, and including correspondents Joseph McGarrity, W. Bourke Cockran, Luke Dillon and James McDevitt
plea for peace, delivered before fifteen thousand men and women at the Coliseum, Chicago, November 29th, 1915, A
Speech of Hon. W. Bourke Cockran in reply to Hon. William J. Bryan, delivered at Madison Square Garden, New York City, Tuesday, August 18th, 1896.
To the commissioners appointed by the President to investigate the conditions under which Thomas J. Mooney was convicted of murder for having caused the deaths of several persons by explosion of a bomb