Garner Margaret 1834 1858 : Gendered resistance : women, slavery, and the legacy of Margaret Garner / edited by Mary E. Frederickson, Delores M. Walters ; foreword by Darlene Clark Hine.
Garner Robert Mysteries Unvailed : An uncovering of mysterious deceits by which many are kept from repentance and entring the doore of life : in a reply to M. Garners opposition of truth stiled Unvailing of mysteries, with addition of A reply to Mr. Thomas Whitfield his treatise with a three-fold title / by Thomas Moore.; Moore, Thomas,
Garnet Henry 1521 1546 : The Shamefull downefall of the Popes kingdome : contayning the life and death of Steeuen [sic] Garnet, the Popes chiefe priest in England, being executed in Paules Church-yard in London the 3 of May last, 1606 : to the tune of Triumph and ioy.
Garraway Henry Sir 1575 1646 : Londini status pacatus: or, Londons peaceable estate : Exprest in sundry triumphs, pageants, and shewes, at the innitiation of the right Honourable Henry Garvvay, into the Majoralty of the famous and farre renowned city London. All the charge and expence, of the laborious projects both by water and land, being the sole undertakings of the Right Worshipfull Society of Drapers. Written by Thomas Heyvvood.; Heywood, Thomas,
Garrett Captain : Terrible newes from Edenburgh in the kingdome of Scotland : concerning their full resolution in behalfe of His Majesty and the Parliament. With the number of many thousands both of papists, and such as the Parliament have found out to be incendiaries, plotters, and enemies to the state of the kingdome, pressing strangely to the city of Edenburgh, in a warlike manner. Also how they were beaten and driven from the city at Edenburgh by the Protestants as traytors to the Parliament. Lastly, a relation of Captaine Garret, and Captaine Arrowsmith, raising troopers in West-Chester for his Majesties service in Yorke. With an order from the House of Commons for the apprehending the said captaines.
Garrett Captaine : Terrible newes from Edenburgh in the kingdome of Scotland : concerning their full resolution in behalfe of His Majesty and the Parliament : with the number of many thousands both of papists and such as the Parliament have found out to be incendiaries, plotters and enemies to the state of the Kingdome pressing strangely to the city of Edenburgh in a warlike manner: also how they were beaten and driven from the city at Edinburgh by the Protestants as traytors to the Parliament : lastly a relation of Captaine Garret and Captaine Arrowsmith raising troopers in West-Chester for His Majesties service in Yorke : with an order from the House of Commons for the apprehending the said captaines.
Garrisons British History 17th Century : Whereas by a former order of the second of Iuly last, it was directed, that in respect of the necessity of perfecting the fortifications of this garrison, all strangers, inhabitants, and resiant within this university and city, being above the age of sixteene, (except such as should be upon the guards) should upon the foure severall dayes therein appointed, worke at the said fortifications, behind Christ-Church; England and Wales.
Garrisons England Worcestershire History : By the King, a proclamation for the better government of the county of Worcester, and for the security of His Majesties good subjects there; England and Wales.