Gordon James 1615 1686 : The reformed bishop, or, XIX articles / tendered by Philarchainh, a well-wisher of the present government of the Church of Scotland (as it is settled by law) in order to the further establishment thereof.
Gordon John M D : Plain dealing : being a moderate general review of the Scots prelatical clergies proceedings in the latter reigns : with a vindication of the present proceedings in church affairs there.
Gordon John Minister At Elgin : Confessio fidei, in duobus capitibus, De ecclesia, & Reali præsentia in Eucharistiæ Sacramento : Proposita ad disputandum in Academia Regia Aberdonensi, die 21. Mensis Septemb. 1635. A M. Ioanne Gordano, ecclesiaste Elginensi, pro gradu docturatus [sic] in SS. Theologia. Hanc disputationem moderante viro ornatismo ac doctissimo. Dn. Alexandro Scrogæo, SS. Theol. Doctore Celeberrimo; olim præceptore meo dilectissimo, nunc promotore exoptato.
Gordon John Of Rothemay Active 1695 : Information for Sir John Gordon of Park for himself, and as assigney constitute be John Gordon of Rothemay, : against the representatives of Alexander and James Abernethies, and Isobel Halket, relict of the said Alexander, and Arthur Forbes of Balveny.
Gordon John R : Study guide with computer exercises to accompany : Physics for scientists and engineers with modern physics : IBM version / J.R. Gordon, R.A. Serway.
Gordon John Sir 1713 : Information for Sir John Gordon of Park for himself, and as assigney constitute be John Gordon of Rothemay, : against the representatives of Alexander and James Abernethies, and Isobel Halket, relict of the said Alexander, and Arthur Forbes of Balveny.
Gordon Jones 1640 1714 : Divine physick for devout souls: or, Four serious vvords to the most grave and solid christians : that scruple at The book of common prayer. Viz. I. To serve God by a liturgie, is part of the publick worship of God. II. The forms of the generall part of the Liturgie, used in the Church of England, compared with such formes as we finde in Scripture. III. An help to scrupulous consciences touching some things most excepted against in the other parts of the rubrick appointed to be used on particular occasions. IIII. Wee ought not to refuse the rubrick or common-prayer because it is imposed by authority from men, but therefore to use it. By a moderate son of the church.
Gordon Joyce : Bootle's baby : a story of the Scarlet Lancers / under the direction of Mr. Cecil Barth ; founded by special permission of the author, John Strange Winter, upon the ... work of that name, by Hugh Moss ; produced under the stage direction of Hugh Moss.