Gentillet Innocent Approximately 1535 1595 : Bureau du concile de Trente, auquel est monstré qu'en plusieurs poincts iceluy concile est contraire aux anciens conciles et canons et à l'autorité du Roy,... par Innocent Gentillet / Gentillet, Innocent, approximately 1535-1595.
Gentleman At Liverpool : An exact account of the affairs in Ireland, and the present condition of London-Derry : with the particulars of the barbarous murder of the Bishop of Waterford / in a letter from a gentleman at Liverpool, to a person of quality in London.
Gentleman At Yorke : News from Yorke : being a true relation of all the severall occurrences there this last weeke. Wherein is expressed, how His Majesty hath put seventeene iustices out of commission, and sent out warrants for the gentry of Yorkshire to bring in many horse, or money to provide horse, for three moneths. With other remarkable things. / Written from a gentleman at Yorke, to his speciall friend at London. July 1. 1642.
Gentleman Attending His Majesty During The Whole Campagne : An Exact account of the siege of Namur : with a perfect diary of the campagne in Flanders, from the King's departure from Kensington, May the 12th, to his return to London, Octob. 11th, 1695 / by a gentleman attending His Majesty during the whole campagne.
Gentleman Belonging To The Bishop Of Londonderry : An exact and true relation of the present posture of affairs in Ireland : giving an account of the designs of the late King James and his army / published ..., by a Gentleman belonging to the Bishop of Londonderry ; that was taken prisoner by King James his men, and since made his escape from Dublin the 26th of June last, and arriv'd at London on Tuesday last, being the 2d of this instant July, 1689.
Gentleman Hugh : Scotland's travelling people : problems and solutions.
Gentleman In Algier : The present state of Algeir : being a faithful and true account of the most considerable occurences that happened in that place during the lying of the French fleet before it / in a letter from a gentleman in Algier to his friend in London.
Gentleman In Carisbrooke Castle : A copy of a letter sent from a gentleman in Carisbrooke-Castle to an honourable person at VVestminster concerning His Majesties intentions, and their expectations of the personall treaty.