Genrall Act Concerning Commissions Of Sewers : Lent, 1638 [electronic resource] : the learned reading of John Herne, Esq., late of the Honourable Society of Lincolns-Inne, upon the statute of 23 H.8, Cap. 3, concerning commissions of sewers / translated out of the French manuscript.; Herne, John,
Gent Henry : Capital arraigned against labour, or, The hand-loom weaver contending for his right [electronic resource] : the names of the witnesses and their respective evidences : being a correct and faithful report of the dispute, Gent versus Broome, relative to the payment of wages ... heard and settled at the county police office, Macclesfield, in the county of Chester, by the Rev. J.R. Browne ... to which is added, some practical remarks and observations in exposition of the terms and meaning of the said recited Act, commonly known as the "Arbitration Act" ...; Gent, Henry.
Gent Thomas 1693 1778 : The life of Mr. Thomas Gent, printer, of York [electronic resource] / written by himself.; Gent, Thomas,
Gentili Alberico 1552 1608 Regales Disputationes Tres : Englands monarch, or, A conviction and refutation by the common law, of those false principles and insinuating flatteries of Albericus : delivered by way of disputation, and after published, and dedicated to our dread soveraigne King James, in which he laboureth to prove by the civill law, our prince to be an absolute monarch and to have a free and arbitrary power over the lives and estates of his people : together with a generall confutation (and that grounded upon certaine principles taken by some of their owne profession) of all absolute monarchy.
Gentilis Valentinus 1566 : Valentini Gentilis justo capitis supplicio affecti brevis historia. English; Aretius, Benedictus,
Gentleman Letter To A Noble Lord : An effectual remedy totally to prevent smuggling [electronic resource] : and bring into the revenue 195,000 pounds yearly : in answer to the authors of a new discovery, in A letter to a noble lord, containing a view of the clandestine trade carried on at Boulogn [sic], Calais and Dunkirk, in tea, brandy, and wool ... / by a man of Kent, addressed to all his southern neighbours.; Man of Kent.