George And Elizabeth Ship : A brave memorable and dangerous sea-fight, foughten neere the road of Tittawan in Barbary : where the George and Elizabeth (a ship of London) under the command of Mr. Edmond Ellison, having but 19. peeces of ordnance, was encompass'd and encountred by nine great Turkish pyrat ships, or men of war, they being in number of men at the least 60. to one; and their ordnance more than ten to one against the English, yet (by Gods assistance) they were encouraged to a resolute fight, and obtained a glorious victory over their miscreant enemies, and a happy returne with men, ship, and goods to London.; Taylor, John,
George Heriots Hospital : Memorial humbly presented to His Grace His Majesties commissioner, and the right honourable the estates of Parliament. / By the administrators of Heriot's Hospital in behalf of the poor thereof.; George Heriot's Hospital.
George John Capt : In memory of the truly loyall, and valiant Capt. John George, : late commander of Their Majesties frigatt the Rose. Being a full and true relation of a bloody fight betwixt the said frigatt and a Frenchman [sic] of war to the eastward of Cape Sables, latitude 41 and 50. On Saturday the 24th. of May. 1690. In a voyage from New-England in company with 2 mast ships, to whom the Rose-frigat was convoy. / By one of the company.
George Kathleen 1943 : Winter's tales : reflections on the novelistic stage / Kathleen George.; George, Kathleen,
George Keiths Farewel Sermon At Turners Hall : The moderate observator on a book intitul'd George Keith's farewel sermon at Turners Hall. : On Luke I. ver. 6. Whereon some principal remarks are made, concerning the author's unchristian spirit, by his false impositions on the world / by W.Y. M.D.; W. Y.
Georgia Colony Trustees For Establishing The Colony Of Georgia In America : The publick having been imposed on, by several very imperfect and erroneous lists of the members of the House of Commons, who voted for and against the late Convention with Spain; : in which question, the trade, liberties and honour of this nation were so essentially concerned: it has been thought proper to do that justice to the gentleman on both sides they deserve, by giving a more exact one. ...