Cook, Joseph (b. 1838)

Cook, Joseph, a popular lecturer, born near New York; delivered Monday Lectures at Boston in the discussion of social questions, and the alleged discrepancy between science and religion or revelation; (b. 1838).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Cook, James * Cook, Mount
Convocation
Conway
Conway, Hugh
Conway, Moncure
Conybeare, William Daniel
Conybeare, William John
Cook, Dutton
Cook, Edward T.
Cook, Eliza
Cook, James
Cook, Joseph
Cook, Mount
Cook Strait
Cooke, Sir Antony
Cooke, Benjamin
Cooke, George Frederick
Cooke, T. P.
Coolgardie
Coolies
Coomassie
Cooper, Anthony Ashley