Gold Theraputic Use Early Works To 1800 : Diacatholicon aureum: or a generall power of gold : purging all offensiue humours in mans bodie: good in generall for all diseases, where there needeth any purgation: as also for any sicknesse yearely incident, or which is feared to approach by the increase of any euill humor, distemperature of diet, or otherwise how so euer growing towards any disease, to preuent the same, and keepe the bodie in health. It may lately be taken of all maner of people, of what age so euer, sucking children, old men and women, in the quantitie of two, three, or foure graines, according to the age, strength, and disease of the partie. Whosoeuer stand in neede of this powder, may haue it at the signe of the Hand and Pistall, neere vnto Iuic Bridge, for two shillings sixe pence the graine.; Russel, Thomas,
Golden Age Or The Reign Of Saturn Reviewd : Some reflections on a late book, called The golden age, &c. : Directed to the bookseller, in New-Inn, in Witch-street, without Temple-Bar, for R.G. By Eugenius Philalethes Junr.; Samber, Robert.
Golden Algae : Seaweeds of the British Isles : a collaborative project of the British Phycological Society and the British Museum (Natural History), volume 4 : Tribophyceae (Xanthophyceae).; Christensen, Tyge.
Golden Captain Active 17th Century : An account of the tryal of fourteen notorious prisoners, for high-treason, : in the Marshalsea in Southwark, on Monday the 26th instant, before an High-Court of Admiralty: nine of which received sentence of death, viz. Capt. Golding, Tho. Jones, Gold, &c.
Golden Cross Line : Owen and Watkin Williams of Cardiff : 'the Golden Cross Line'.; Jenkins, David,
Golden Spy : This day will be publish'd. The golden spy: or, a political journal of the British nights entertainment in war and peace, and love and politicks ... : Address'd to the author of A tale of a tub ... London printed for James Woodward ... and John Morphew ...
Golding Peter 1605 : Two most vnnaturall and bloodie murthers : the one by Maister Cauerley, a Yorkeshire gentleman, practised vpon his wife, and committed vppon his two children, the three and twentie of Aprill 1605. The other, by Mistris Browne, and her seruant Peter, vpon her husband, who were executed in Lent last past at Bury in Suffolke. 1605.