Godfrey Edmund Berry 1621 1678 : Memoires of the life and death of Sir Edmondbury Godfrey, late justice of the peace for Middlesex, who was barbarously murthered by the papists, upon the first discovery of the horrid plot : together with a full account of the strange discovery of the murther, the tryal of the murtherers, and the sham-plot of the papists to charge the murther of Sir Edm. Godfrey upon himself, detected.; Tuke, Richard,
Godfrey Edmund Berry Sir 1621 1626 : The Popish damnable plot against our religion and liberties, : lively delineated in several of its branches, with an account of the manner of the execution of William Viscount Stafford on Tovver-Hill.
Godfrey James Active 1656 : A true relation of a dispute between Francis Fullwood minister of West-Alrington in the county of Devon, and one Thomas Salt-House, as 'tis said, of the county of Westmerland: : before the congregation of them, called, Quakers; with some others that accidentally heard thereof: in the house of Henry Pollexsen, Esq; in the said parish of West-Alrington. On Tuesday the 24th day of October 1656. / Published by some that were present at the dispute; out of a single and sincere desire, that error may be shames, and the truth cleared. Together with an answer to James Godfries queries, by the said F.F.; Fullwood, Francis,
Godfrey King Of Jerusalem : Godeffroy of Bologne, or, The siege and conqueste of Jerusalem, by William, Abp. of Tyre, translated by W. Caxton / edited by M.N. Colvin.; William,
Godfrey Lambert : A true declaration of the bloody proceedings of the men in Maidstone in the county of Kent: who write themselves, John Allen, mayor, Lambert Godfrey, recorder, John Chantler, constable, against John Stubs, William Caton, who by the scornful generation of men are called Quakers.; Stubbs, John,
Godfrey Michael 1695 : Augusta lachrymans: : a funeral tear, to the memory of the worthy and honour'd Michael Godfrey, Esq; late Deputy-Governour of the Royal Bank of England: : unfortunately slain by a cannon ball, near His Majesty's person, in the trenches, at the siege of Namure. / By E. Settle.; Settle, Elkanah,
Godfrey Of Crowland Abbot : The White book of Peterborough : the registers of Abbot William of Woodford, 1295-99 and Abbot Godfrey of Crowland, 1299-1321 / edited by Sandra Raban ; transcribed by Claire De Trafford and Sandra Raban.
Godfrey Roger Sir 1616 1704 : The observator prov'd a trimmer: or, Truth and justice vindicated : in the history of the murther of Sir Edmundbury Godfrey, and the several popish shams since made use of to amuse the world about it. Being a full answer to certain late pamphlets, intituled, Observators; wherein the evidence of that gentlemans being murthered by papists, is very falsly stated; and the positions and practices of the Church of Rome, too favourably represented. Humbly dedicated to the clergy of England.
Godfrey Wendy 1928 : Oh, before I forget -- : the life story of Wendy Godrey, teacher, Methodist minister's wife, community worker, 1928-.; Godfrey, Wendy,
Godimer Nadine : Nadine Gordimer / by Robert F. Haugh.; Haugh, Robert F.
Godington England Maps : Buckinghamshire - Oxfordshire [cartographic material] : sheet SP 62 NW.; Great Britain.
Godolphin Francis : The case of Francis Godolphin Esq : nephew and heir and one of the administrators of Sir Will. Godolphin, kt. deceased, in reference to the bill depending before the Honourable House of Commons for the better discovery of all lands and other revenues given to superstitious uses, for applying the same to the use of Greenwich Hospital.; Godolphin, Francis.
Godolphin Henry 1648 1733 : May it please your hon[o]rs. My answers to the objections made against me by Mr. Dean of St. Paul's, are as follows.; Jenings, Richard.
Godolphine Francis Sir : A table, setting forth the maner of that great philosopher the Lord Chancelor Bacons : searching for mettals by making addits through the lowest level of hills or mountains, and conveying aire into the innermost parts of their center by pipe and bellows; as well as by art to mollifie the hardest stone, without the tedious way and inestimable charge of sinking aery shafts; and is now intended to be put in practice by his meniall servant Thomas Bushell, on Hingston-Downe, according to his lordhsips command, and the approbation of that great mineralist , Sir Francis Godolphine; with the demonstrative resons of each particular to the lords of the fee, and proprietors of Hingston-Downe is as followeth.; Bushell, Thomas,