Ghost Stories Early Works To 1800 : The Most strange, wonderful and surprizing apparition, or, The ghost of General C---n : which appeared to the man who wore the yellow sash at the battle of Dettingen.
Ghosts England Beverley : Ghosts and hauntings in Beverley and East Riding / researched by P.H. Robinson and P. Hesp.; Robinson, Peter H.
Ghosts England Devon : A Narrative of the demon of Spraiton : in a letter from a person of quality in the county of Devon to a gentleman in London : with a relation of an apparition or spectrum of an ancient gentleman of Devon, who often appeared to his sons servant, with the strange actions and discourses happening between them at divers times : as likewise the dæmon of an ancient woman, wife of the gentleman aforesaid, with unparalell'd varieties of strange exploits performed by her : attested under the hands of the said person of quality, and likewise a reverend divine of the said county : with reflections on drollery and atheism, and a word those who deny the existence of spirits.
Ghosts England Humour Early Works To 1800 : A true and impartial account of the apparition of John Freeman, Esq; to a young lady at Dawney-Court, in Buckinghamshire. : Also a true copy of the ghost's letter deliver'd by himself to the young lady, who is one of the daughters of Esquire J---gs, of Heese in the County of Middlesex.
Ghosts England London : Great news from Middle-Row in Holbourn, or, A true relation of a dreadful ghost : which appeared in the shape of one Mrs. Adkins to several persons, but especially to a maid-servant at the Adam and Eve, all in a flame of fire on Tuesday-night last, being the 16th of this instant March, 1679.
Ghosts England London Early Works To 1800 : The mournful widow, or, A full and true relation of the aparition [sic] in Baldwins Garden being an account of the walking-spirit of Mr. Thomas Cooke, sometime stone-cutter in Baldwin's Gardens, deceased. / As it was taken from the widow of the said Mr. Cooke; and several other persons (some of which were divines of the Church of England) that were eye and ear-witnesses of the prodigious appearances, and actions of the deceased Mr. Cook. Published at the request of some relations, and particular friends; to prevent, if possible, the false reports, that have been, or may be industriously spread by ignorant or prejudiced persons.; Cooke, Elizabeth.
Ghosts England Yorkshire : More ghosts and hauntings from the East Riding / researched by P.H. Robinson and P.Hesp ...; Robinson, Peter H.
Ghosts Europe : Medieval ghost stories : an anthology of miracles, marvels, and prodigies / compiled and edited by Andrew Joynes.
Ghosts Flanders : A true and impartial relation of a wonderful apparition : that happen'd in the royal camp in Flanders, the beginning of this instant September, 1692, concerning King William / in a letter to a gentleman in London, from his friend, a captain in the King's camp.; Captain in the King's camp.
Ghosts Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : The strange vvitch at Greenvvich, : (ghost, spirit, or hobgoblin) haunting a wench, late servant to a miser, suspected a murtherer of his late vvife: with curious discussions of walking spirits and spectars of dead men departed, for rare and mysticall knowledge and discourse / by Hieronymus Magomastix. April 24. 1650. Imprimatur. John Dovvname.; Hieronymus Magomastix.
Giants Germany Poetry : The true effigies of the German giant, : now to be seen at the Swan near Charing-Cross, whose stature is nine foot and a half in height, and the span of his hand a cubit compleat. He goes from place to place with his wife, who is but of an ordinary stature, and takes money for the show of her husband.
Gib Adam 1714 1788 : An apology for the Reverend Mr. Alexander W-----r, and other members of the church, who follow Mr. George Whitefield [electronic resource] : wherein is shewn, from the principles both of scripture and reason, that every Christian is obliged to enquire for himself : to follow no particular forms : to make no distinctions, but what are warranted from the scripture ... with a succinct view of the new gospel ... and Mr. Adam Gib's warning : in a lecture / by a layman.; Layman.
Gibbon Edward 1666 : The case of Messieurs Ralph and Joseph Gulston, and others, in relation to a debt of Edward Gibbon, Esq.. [electronic resource].; Gulston, Ralph.
Gibbon John 1629 1718 A Touch Of The Times : Flagellum Mercurii anti-Ducalis, or, The author of the dis-ingenuous Touch of the times brought to the whipping-post to prevent his coming to the gallows; Gibbon, John,
Gibbon John Mr : An elegie on the death of that learned and pious divine Mr. John Gibbon, late minister of St. Anne Black-Friers, London.
Gibbon Mr : Animadversions on the late very reverend Mr. Corbet's Remains, and humble endeavour : as also, concerning justification against the late worthy Mr. Gibbons, Mr. Truman, and Dr. Owen / by J.Y.; J. Y.