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.
Goldsmiths College : Teachers from the forces : an experimental short course of training at Goldsmiths' College, University of London / a report by members of the college ; edited by M.M. Lewis.
Goldsmiths England : The mystery of the new fashioned goldsmiths or bankers : their rise, growth, state, and decay, discovered in a merchant's letter to a country gent., who desired to bind his son apprentice to a goldsmith.
Goldsmiths England London : The Case of the goldsmiths of the city of London who in obedience to the laws make all their works both of gold and silver up to the standard goodness : humbly offered to the consideration of both Houses of Parliament.
Goldwork : A touch-stone for gold and silver wares, or, A manual for goldsmiths and all other persons, whether buyers, sellers, or wearers of any manner of goldsmiths work : how to know adulterated wares ... : together with the several statutes now in force for regulating abuses committed in that craft : to which is annexed the laws in force against brass hilts ... directions for discovering the counterfeit coyn of this kingdom, and also a catalogue of the forraign coyns ... / by W.B. of London, goldsmith.; W. B.
Goldwork England Early Works To 1800 : A touchstone for gold and silver wares. : Directing how to know adulterated and unlawful goldsmiths works, and the greatness of the cheat therein; and how to punish the offenders, and recover recompence to the party wronged. : Being a treatise of great use for every buyer of plate, and all buyers and wearers of silver-hilts and silver-buckles, and all other kind of goldsmiths works. / By W.B. of London, goldsmith.; W. B.