Greenland Description And Travel Early Works To 1800 : Gods power and providence: shewed, in the miraculous preservation and deliverance of eight Englishmen, left by mischance in Green-land anno 1630. nine moneths and twelve dayes : With a true relation of all their miseries, their shifts and hardship they were put to, their food, &c. such as neither heathen nor Christian men ever before endured. With a description of the chiefe places and rarities of that barren and cold countrey. Faithfully reported by Edvvard Pellham, one of eight men aforesaid. As also with a map of Green-land.; Pellham, Edward,
Greenland George : Hampton-Court conspiracy, : with the dovvnfall of the agitators and Levellers, who would admit no distinction of birth or tittle [sic], and out of the lands of the whole kingdome in generall would proportion an equal estate to every man in particular. Together vvith the horrid resolution of one George Greenland corporal, who in the space of three dayes did undertake to murder his Majesty at Hampton-Court.
Greenland History Early Works To 1800 : To the supreme authority the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England : the humble petition of severall that have adventured, and are willing to adventure to Greenland, whose names are hereunto subscribed.
Greenland Navigation History : Maritime minder fra Grønlandsfarten / [oversættelse af billedtekster ved Paula Hostrup-Jessen (engelsk) og Elisabeth Henningsen (tysk) ; redaktion ved Jens Lorentzen].; Holm-Petersen, Frode.
Greenshields James Active 17th 18th Century True State Of The C : This day is publish'd A true state of the case of the Reverend Mr. Greenshields, now prisoner in the Tolbooth in Edinburgh, for reading Common-Prayer, in an Episcopal congregation there ... : with copies of several original papers relating to his accusation ... Printed for Jonah Bowyer, at the Rose in Ludgate-street. Price 1 s..
Greenslade M W Michael W : Staffordshire histories : essays in honour of Michael Greenslade / edited by Philip Morgan and A. D. M. Phillips.
Greenville Bernard : Christopher Dighton, against Bernard Greenville, Esq; [brace] : The case of the Rt. Honourable the Earls of Huntingdon and Scarsdale. Upon a writ of error, to reverse a judgment given by the Court of Kings-Bench against Christopher Dighton, in an ejectment brought by the said Earls in his name.
Greenway R Richard : An alarm from the holy mountain of the Lord to the inhabitants of the earth, and the word of the Lord sounding out of Sion, let all the inhabitants tremble : With a warning to the wicked, calling them to repentance. As also two visions shewn and revealed by the Lord unto his servant Richard Greenway, one shewing how the head of the wicked one shall suddenly be dashed, the other how the spirit and power of darkness is caught in its own snare. And somthing that was sent to Richard Brown in particular, who is commander of the train-bands of London.; Greenway, R.
Greenways : Ecological networks and greenways : concept, design, implementation / edited by Rob Jongman, Gloria Pungetti.
Greenwood John 1593 Answer To George Giffords Pretended Defence Of Read : A plaine declaration that our Brownists be full Donatists : by comparing them together from point to point out of the writings of Augustine. Also a replie to Master Greenwood touching read prayer, wherein his grosse ignorance is detected, which labouring to purge himselfe from former absurdities, doth plunge himselfe deeper into the mire. By George Gyffard minister of Gods word in Maldon.; Gifford, George,