Gage Thomas 1603 1656 : The English-American, his travail by sea and land, or, A new svrvey of the West-India's : containing a journall of three thousand and three hundred miles within the main land of America ... : also, a new and exact discovery of the Spanish navigation to those parts ... : with a grammar, or some few rudiments of the Indian tongue called Poconchi, or Pocoman / by the true and painfull endeavours of Thomas Gage.; Gage, Thomas,
Gaging Tables Early Works To 1800 : A nevv booke of gauging : Very usefull and necessary for all vintners, salters, bruers, coopers, and all others that deale in liquid commodities, in all cities, and townes through-out the whole kingdome. Whereby any one that can but adde and subtract may (by a ruler of foure foote long, having one side divided into inches, and each inch divided into ten parts) very easily and exactly gauge any wine, oile, ale or beere vessell, according to that taught by that famous geometrician of worthie memorie, M. Henry Briggs in his treatise of Arithmetica logarithmica. By Henry Bond, practitioner in the mathematicks, and reader of navigation to the mariners of the Kings Maiesties Navy at Chattam.; Bond, Henry.
Gailhard J Jean : A fair character of the Presbyterian reformling's just and sober vindication of his observations upon the 30th of January, and the 29th of May, in defence of the reformer rack'd. : Being an answer to J.G.G.'s new vile rant, and the Weekly Observator's invidious and false reflections on it.
Gailhard J Jean Blasphemous Socinian Heresie Disproved : An apology for the Parliament, humbly representing to Mr. John Gailhard some reasons why they did not at his request enact sanguinary laws against Protestants in their last session : in two letters by different hands.
Gainsborough England History Siege 1643 Early Works To 1800 : The copy of a letter written by Colonel Cromvvel, to the committee at Cambridge. Dated on Monday last being the 31 of Iuly. : Concerning the raising of the siege at Gainsborough, with the names of those that were slayne, and the number of the prisoners taken. This is licensed according to order.; Cromwell, Oliver,
Gainsborough Lincolnshire History Military : The copy of a letter written by Colonel Cromvvell, to the committee at Cambridge dated on Monday last being the 31 of Iuly : concerning the raising of the siege at Gainsborough, with the names of those that were slayne, and the number of the prisoners taken.; Cromwell, Oliver,