Gustaf A Ii Adolf King Of Sweden 1594 1632 : September 1. Numb. 42. The continuation of our weekely avisoes, since the 23. of the last, to the first of this present : Conteining amonst the rest, these particulars following. A patheticall speech made by the King of Sweden to his commaunders and captaines, vpon occasion of some misdemeanors committed by the souldiers. The confirmation of the burning of the Walsteyn and Bavarian magazen at Fryenstadt, together with the defeat given vnto some imperiall regiments at the same time. The taking of great Glogaw and Breslaw, with other townes in Silesia, by the nixt forces of the Swedes, Saxons and Brandenburgers. The preparation of the King of Sweden by (command of a generall fast throughout the whole army, and in the city of Norimberg) to goe vpon some great designe, most of his forces being come to him. Something concerning France, and the troubles there.
Gustaf Ii Adolph King Of Sweden 1594 1632 : The eagle-trussers elegie : a tract bewailing the losse of that incomparable generalissimo Gustavus Adolphus, the great King of Sweden, who after manifold and glorious victories left his life also triumphantly and laureated at the famous Battle of Lutzen, the sixth of November, anno 1632. By G.T. Esq;; G. T.
Gustaf King Of Sweden 1594 1632 : Politicall reflections upon the government of the Turks· : Nicolas Machiavel. The King of Sweden's descent into Germany. The conspiracy of Piso and Vindex against Nero. The greatness and corruption of the court of Rome. The election of Pope Leo the XI. The defection from the Church of Rome. Martin Luther vindicated. / By the author of the late Advice to a son.; Osborne, Francis,
Gustav Adolf Ii King Of Sweden 1594 1632 : An elegie upon the death of the most illustrious and victorious Prince Gustavus Adolphus King of Swethland &c. Composed immediately after the first rumours of his death, and now published and dedicated to the memoriall of so renouned a prince.; Russell, John,
Guthrie James 1612 1661 Protesters No Subverters : A review and examination of a pamphlet lately published : bearing the title Protesters no subverters, and presbyterie no papacy, &c. / by some lovers of the interest of Christ in the Church of Scotland.; Hutcheson, George,
Guy Fawkes Day : The Manner of the burning the pope in effigies in London on the 5th of November, 1678 : with the manner of carrying him through several streets in progression to Temple-Bar, where at length he was decently burned : also a particular of several bloody massacres done by the papists upon the bodies of English, Irish and French Protestants.