Gaskin John Active 1660 Just Defence And Vindication Of Gospel Minister : An answer to a book called A just defence and vindication of Gospel-ministers, and Gospel-ordinances : put forth by J.G. In which he pretends an answer to E.B.'s Tryal of the ministers, and other things against the Quakers. ...Given forth from him who desires the edification and satisfaction of all in the things appertaining to the Kingdom of God, Rich. Hubberthorn; Hubberthorn, Richard,
Gaspe Peninsula Quebec : L'Île Percée, the finial of the St. Lawrence; or, Gaspé flaneries : being a blend of reveries and realities, of history and science, of description and narrative, as also a signpost to the traveler.; Clarke, John Mason,
Gaspine John : A call from Heaven to the unconverted : A sermon preached at the f[un]eral of Mr. John Gaspine. If these weighty considerations are not worth your reading, keep it clean, and return it when calld [sic] for.
Gast Of Gy : Three purgatory poems / edited by Edward E. Foster.
Gastanaga Francisco Antonio De Agurto Marques De Approximately 1641 : The Detestable designs of France expos'd, or, The true sentiments of the Spanish Netherlanders : representing the injustice of the King of France by his declaration of war against His Catholick Majesty, and the justice of the counter-declaration of the Marquess of Gastannaga his Governour General of the Low-Countries.
Gastrell Francis 1662 1725 Bishop Of Chesters Case : Considerations on the English constitution in church and state [electronic resource] : relating to the Lord Bishop of Chester's case, &c. : wherein, I. the prerogative royal of the imperial crown of the realm of England, II. the prerogative powers and privileges of the archbishops of the archiepiscopal see of Canterbury, and III. the legal rights, privileges, and liberties of the reverend presbyters of the Church of England, are demonstratively asserted and defended, against universities usurping sole power of granting degrees, &c. as claimed in an essay for that purpose lately made by that learned person, in a book, entitled The Bishop of Chester's case...; Bennet, F.