Gymer William 1696 : The exceeding abundant grace of God : displayed in the conversion of William Gymer a penitent malefactor and murderer, who was executed on the Castle-Hill in Norwich, Sept. 4. 1696. Written by John Lucas minister of the Gospel.; Lucas, John,
Gymnastics Early Works To 1800 : At the [blank] this present day shall bee showne rare dancing on the ropes, acted by His Maiesties servants, : wherein an Irish boy of eight yeares old doth vault on the high rope, the like was never seene: and one mayd of fifteene yeares of age, and another girle of foure yeares of age, doe dance on the low rope; and the said girle of foure yeares of age doth turne on the stage, and put in fourescore threds into the eye of an needle. And other rare activityes of body, as vaulting and tumbling on the stage, and egges dancing upon a staffe, with other rare varietyes of dancing, the like hath not beene seene in the realme of England. And the merry conceites of Iacke Pudding.
Gynaecology England Early Works To 1800 : The complete midvvife's practice enlarged in the most weighty and high concernments of the birth of man. : Containing a perfect directory or rules for midwives and nurses. As also a guide for women in their conception, bearing and nursing of children: from the experience of our English [sic] Viz. [brace] Sir Theodore Mayern, Dr. Chamberlain, Mr. Nich. Culpeper [brace] and others of foreign nations. With instructions of the queen of France's midwife to her daughter ... touching the practice of the said art. With a further discovery of those secrets kept close in the breast of Mr. Nich. Culpeper ... Illustrated with several cuts in brass.