Gentleman That Loves Men More Than Money : Avaritia coram tribunali: or, the miser arraign'd at the bar of scripture and reason : for his sinful neglect of charity, in this present lamentable and dreadful visitation of the plague. By a gentleman that loves men more than money.
Gentleman Then Residing In Rome : The manner of the coronation of the present Pope Alexander VIII and the ceremonies thereunto belonging together with the order of the procession / in a letter from a gentleman, then residing in Rome, to his friend at London.
Gentleman Well Deserving That Hath Suffered Much In Those Warres : The invasions of Germanie : with all the civill, and bloody warres therin, since the first beginning of them in anno 1618 and continued to this present yeare 1638 : wherein are described the severall battles, encounters, conflicts, and assaults, of cities, townes, and castles ... with a new and exact map of Germany ... : together with the progresse of every army, marked with severall markes or lines, with the pictures of the chiefe commanders on both sides / faithfully collected out of good and credible originalls by a Gentleman well deserving that hath suffered much in those warres.
Gentleman Who Was Present At Their Trials : An account of the late horrid conspiracy to depose Their present Majesties, K. William and Q. Mary, to bring in the French and the late King James, and ruine the city of London ... : also, some brief reflections on the trials of the Lord Preston, Major Ashton, and Mr. Elliot, who were chiefly concern'd therein, and found guilty / by a gentleman who was present at their trials.
Gentlewoman : An answer to Pereat Papa, or, A reply by way of letter from a gentlewoman to a person of quality : commending to her consideration a paper entituled Pereat Papa, or, Reasons why popery should not inherit the crown.
Gentlewoman Of York : The vain insolency of Rome, challenging salvation to her own faction : discovered in two letters : the first whereof was written by a priest of the Church of Rome to a gentlewoman of York, that had got out of the snares of the popish superstition : the second sent by the same gentlewoman (instructed by a divine of the Church of England) in answer thereunto.
Geoetsch Charles : The phonology of the low German deeds in the oldest registry at Riga, Lativia.
Geoff Broom Associates : The economic impact of recreation and tourism in the English countryside : report of a joint Rural Development Commission/ Countryside Commission study / Geoff Broom Associates, Cambridge Policy Consultants