Globes Celestial Early Works To 1800 : Tractatus de globis et eorum vsu, : accommodatus iis qui Londini editi sunt anno 1593, sumptibus Gulielmi Sandersoni ciuis Londinensis / conscriptus à Roberto Hues.; Hues, Robert,
Globes Interpretation : An accompaniment to Mr. G. Pocock's patent terrestrial globe [electronic resource].; Pocock, George.
Globes Italy Venice 16th Century : A Venetian terrestrial globe, represented by the largest surviving printed gores of the 16th century : twenty-four engraved globe gores designed for a terrestrial globe 71 cm. in diameter, 222 cm. in equatorial circumference, unsigned and undated, Venice, ca. 1570-75? / R. A. Skelton.; Skelton, R. A.
Glory Of God : The Revelation of God & his glory : sounded forth for the opening of the mystery of the seven seals on the book of the wonders of God in the hand of the angel : being a true and faithful testimony of the Enochian prophecie of the rise and fall of Antichrist and of the restauration of Zion to its primitive glory.
Glory Of God Early Works To 1800 : [An holy connexion, or A true agreement between Jehovahs being a wall of fire to his people, and the glory in the midst thereof: or A word in season to stir up to a solemn acknowledgement of the gracious protection of God over his people; and especially to a holy care that the presence of God may yet be continued with us. : As it was delivered in a sermon preached at Hartford on Conecticut [sic] in N.E. May 14. 1674. Being the day of election there: by Mr. James Fitch Pastor of the Church of Christ in Norwich].; Fitch, James,
Glory Of God Sermons : A thanksgiving sermon / preach'd upon the fifth of November, 1689 by Ben. Jenks.; Jenks, Benjamin,
Glossators : Studies in the glossators of the Roman law / edited and explained by Hermann Kantorowicz ... with the collaboration of W.W. Buckland, LL.D.; Kantorowicz, Herman,
Gloucester And Berkeley Canal Company : An act to enable the Gloucester and Berkeley Canal Company to vary and alter the line of their canal [electronic resource] : and for altering and enlarging the powers of several acts passed for making and maintaining the said canal.; Great Britain.
Gloucester England : County of Gloucester [electronic resource] : tabular statements shewing certain portions of the county expenditure at different intervals between the years 1800 and 1849, as taken from the published abstracts of the accounts : respectfully dedicated to P.B. Purnell, Esq., the county chairman / by David Ricardo.; Ricardo, David,
Gloucester England Church History 17th Century Early Works To 180 : Die Lunaæ, 3 April, 1648. An ordinance of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament, : for uniting certain churches, and for maintenance of preaching ministers in the city of Glocester. With an order for selling of timber for repair of Chepstow-Bridge. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this ordinance and order be forthwith printed and published. H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.; England and Wales.
Gloucester England Church History Early Works To 1800 : The spirit of prelacie, yet working. Or, Truth from under a cloud, : in a relation, of that great, and publike contestation had in Glocester, July, 1644. Written then, and now published, as it were of necessity. Together, with a postscript, containing some generall and perticular observations, upon Master Edwards his Gangræna. / By Robert Bacon, M.A. minister of the Gospel.; Bacon, Robert,
Gloucester England Economic Conditions : General view of the agriculture of the county of Gloucester [electronic resource] / drawn up for the consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement by Thomas Rudge.; Board of Agriculture (Great Britain)
Gloucester England Poetry Early Works To 1800 : Dead and alive. : This ditty out of Glocestershire was sent to London, for to have it put in print, therefore draw neer and listen unto this, it doth concern a man that did amiss, and so to shun the anger of his wife, he thought with poyson for to end his life but in the stead of poyson he drunk sack, for which his wife did soundly pay his back to the tune of, Old flesh.; L. P.
Gloucester Henry Duke Of 1639 1660 : The muses tears for the loss of the illustrious Princ[e] Henry, Duke of Glocester [sic] : deceased on Thursday the 13th of September, 1660 / by J. Crouch.; Crouch, John,