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,
Gods In Literature : Dieu et les dieux dans le théâtre de la Renaissance : actes du XIVe colloque international d'études humanistes 01-06 juillet 2002 / [sous la direction de] Jean-Pierre Bordier, André Lascombes.
Godson John : The Bedford-Shire prophet risen from the dead foretelling the imprisonment & death of the Late king James and the total reduction of Ireland : being a full and true relation of one Mr. John Godson, of Bedford-Shire, who dyed April the 26th 1690 and continued in that state above twelve hours: but re-assuming mortality liv'd seven days after; in which time he related many strange things to come to pass, about the present affairs relating to England, Scotland, and Ireland.; Godson, John.