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GOODALL (WALTER) Examination of the Letters of Mary Queen of Scots to the Earl of Bothwell. 2 vol, go Edinb. 1754.
-- Introduction to the History and Antiquities of Scotland. 8° Lond. 1769. GOODE (DR.) v. DIOTREPHES. GOODE (w.) 0. ASH.
- The discoverie of a publique Spirit. A Fast Sermon before the Commons. 4° Lond. 1645. GOODE (wM.) Faith triumphant in death; a Funeral Sermon on
W. Romaine. go Lond. 1795. - Gospel Treasures in vessels of Clay; a Funeral Sermon on the Revd. P. Cadogan. 8° Lond. 1797.
- Thanksgiving Sermon. 8° Lond. 1797. GOODENOUGH (MATTH.) French liberty and equality weighed
in the balance of British policy and found wanting. Or Plain
thoughts on the state of the Nation. 8° Lond. 1793. GOODERE (Sir JOHN DINELEY) 0. FOOTE. GOODERE (sAM.) 0. FOOTE.
Genuine Dying speeches of Captn. Saml. Goodere, Matthew Mahony and Charles White. 8° Bristol, 1741. GOODLUCK (w. R.) Guide to the capital Prizes. 8° Lond.
1803. GOODMAN (Chr.) How superior Powers ought to be obeyed of
their subjects. 12° Gen. 1558. GOODMAN (GODFREY) Bishop of Glocester. Les Devoirs des
Creatures à Dieu, par Geoffroy Bonhomme, trad. en Fr. par V. F. 12° Par. 1644.
The ineffable Trinity, and wonderfull Incarnation explicated. 4° Lond. 1653.
- His Petition to the Protector. fol. Lond. 1655. GOODMAN (JOHN) Seven Sermons. 8° Lond. 1697.
- Winter Evening Conference. 8° Lond. 1705. GOODMAN (R. T.) An address to the Committee of the London
Society for promoting Christianity among the Jews. 8° Lond.
1809. GOODSCHALK (videricus) De Transpiratione. 4o Lug. Bat. 1689.
Prodromus de Ossium, tum Generatione, tum Corrupa tione interna. 12° Lugd. Bat. 1691. GOODWIN, v. GRANT. GOODWIN (JACOBUS) Catalogus Medicinarum. 8° Lond. GOODWIN (JAMES) His case. fol. Lond. 1727. GOODWIN (John) Hymn by J. Goodwin and others. 12° Lond.
1650. GOODWIN (Johx) v. RESBURIE. RICRAFT. SALTER. GOODWIN (John) of Justification. 4° Lond. 1642.
The Butcher's Blessing, or the bloody intention of the Romish Cavaliers against London. 4° Lond. 1642. - Anti-Cavalierisme, or Truth pleading as well the neces
sity, as the lawfulness of this present war for the suppressing that brood of Cavaliering incendiaries who are now hammering England to make an Ireland of it. 4° Lond. 1649. GOODGOODWIN (JOHN) Os Ossis et Oris or Remarkable passages in
a book intitled Os Ossorianum. 4° 1643. - M. S. to A. S. with a plea for liberty of Conscience. 48 Lond. 1644.
- EOMAXIA: or the imprudence of men running the hazard of fighting against God : in two Sermons. 4° Lond. 1644.
- Faces about. Or a recrimination against him. :With animadversions upon his book called @EOMAXIA. 4° Lond: 1644.
- Innocency and Truth triumphing together, in answer 10 W. Prynne. 40 Lond. 1645.
- Calumny arraigned and cast, in answer to W. Prynne: 4° Lond. 1645.
- Vindication of Free-Grace. 4° Lond. 1645.
- Cretensis: or an Answer to Thos. Edwards's Gangræna. 4° Lond. 1646.
Twelve considerable cautions about a Reformation. 40 Lond. 1646.
- Anapologesiates Antapologias. Or the inexcusableness of that grand accusation of the Brethren, called Antapologia 4° Lond. 1646. - A Candle to see the Sun. 4° 1646.
- Hagiomastix, or the Scourge of the Saints. 4° Lond. 1646.
Postscript to Hagio-mastix. 4° Lond. 1647. :
- An apologetical account of some Brethren of the Church whereof he is Pastor. 4° Lond. 1647.
The divine authority of Scripture asserted. 4° Lond. 1648.
Sion Colledg visited. 4° Lond. 1648.
Right and Might well met. Or an enquiry into the proceedings of the army under Lord Fairfax. 4° Lond. 1648.
The Unrighteous Judge, in answer to Sir F. Nethersole. 4° Lond. 1649
rßpostodixcl. The Obstructours of Justice, or a defence of the sentence upon the King. 4° Lond. 1649.
- The remedie of unreasonablenesse. Or the substance of a Speech intended at a Conference on the Grace of God. 49 Lond. 1650. - - Truth's conflict with Error. Or Universal Redemption controverted. 4° Lond. 1650.
Confidence dismounted. Or a Letter to Richd. Res.. burie. 4° Lond. 1651.
- EIPHNOMAXIA. The agreement and distance of Brethren. 4° Lond. 1652.
Thirty Queries; whether the Civil Magistrate stands bound by way of duty to interpose his power or authority in matters of Religion, or worship of God. 4° Lond. 1653.
- Master John Goodwin's Queries questioned. 4° Lond. 1653: VOL. III.
GOODWIN (JOHN) An apologie for Mr. J. Goodwin. 4° Londe 1653.
— The Apologist condemned, or a Vindication of the Thirty Queries. 4° Lond. 1653.
- Water dipping no firm footing for Church Communion. : 4° Lond. 1653.
- Exposition of the 9th Chap. of St. Paul to the Romans. 4° Lond. 1653.
- ETTKPHTIEMOE. Or Dissatisfaction satisfied. 4° Lond. 1654.
-- Peace protected and discontent disurmed. 4° Lond. 1654.
- A fresh Discovery of the High-Presbyterian Spirit. Or the Quenching of the second Beacon fired. 4° Lond. 1654..
- Vindication of the six booksellers subscribers of The second Beacon fired from the aspersions of J. Goodwin. 4° Lond. 1655.
- Cata-Baptism or new Baptism waxing old. 4° Lond. 1655. - Funeral Sermon on D. Taylor, Esqr. 4° Lond. 1655.
BAEANIETAI. Or the Triers or Tormentors tried and cast., 4° Lond. 1657. GOODWIN (JOAN) Reasons for a duty on Raw Hides and Raw
Skins. fol. L Proposals how to raise four Millions in five years with
out receiving one penny in Money on the subject. fol. GOODWIN (P.) v. GIBBONS.
Sermon on the death of S. Bruce. 8A Lond. 1737.
- The duties of Pastors to their flocks, a Sermon. 89 Lond. 1740. GOODWIN (PA..) Dies dominicus redivivus. The Lords day enlivened. 12° Lond. 1654.
Religio domestica rediviva : Or Family Religion revived. 8° Lond. 1655.
The Mystery of Dreams historically discoursed. 8o Lond. 1658. GOODWIN (Tho.) His case. fol. GOODWIN (THOMAS) Discourses on Heaven and Hell. 8° Lond. 1693,
— Sermon on the death of Revd. S. Lobb. 8° Lond. 1699. GOODWIN (Tuomas) The History of the Reign of Henry V.
fol. Lond. 1704. GOODWIN (Thos.) 0. BOWND. DRURY.
Zerubbabel's encouragement to finish the temple. A Fast Sermon. 4° Lond. 1642.
Christ set forth. 4° Lond. 1642.
- A Child of light walking in darkness. 4° Lond. 1643.
The return of Prayers. 4° Lond. 1643.
GOODWIN (THOS.) The Vanity of thoughts discovered. so Lond. 1643.
Tryall of a Christian’s growth. 4° Lond. 1643. - Encouragements to faith. 4° Lond. 1645.
The great interests of States and Kingdoms. A Fast Sermon. 4° Lond. 1646.
- Christ the Universal peace-maker. 4° Lond. 1651.
Sermon of the fifth Monarchy. 4° Lond. 1654.
- Two Lectures on the world to come. 4° Lond. 1655.
- A state of Glory for spirits of just men upon dissolution demonstrated. A Sermon before the Lord Mayor. 4° Lond. 1657.
- A fair prospect shewing the difference between things seen and not seen. A Sermon at the Funeral of Lady Judith Barrington. 12° Lond. 1658.
- Two discourses. I. Of the punishment of Sin in Hell. II. Proving a state of Glory for Just men. 8° Lond. 1693. GOODWIN (Thos.) An Apologetical narration of both Houses
by Goodwin, Nye, Simpson, Burrough, and Bridge. 4° Lond. 1643.
A copy of the remonstrance to the Assembly on Church Government by Goodwin and others. 4° Lond. 1645.
- Principles of Faith presented by Goodwin, Nye, Simson, and others. 4° Lond. 1654. GOODWIN (WESSEL) Relation of the strange practices of Wessel
Goodwin, Mehetabell Jones, Elizabeth Pigeon and others. 40 1654.
- Method by which he was cheated of a fair estate. 40 1656. GOODWYN (EDM.) The connexion of life with Respiration. So
The whole Art and Trade of Husbandry. 4° Lond. 1614. GOOKIN (VINCENT) The Author and Case of transplanting the
Irish into Connaught, vindicated from the late Aspersions of
Col. Richard Laurence. 4° Lond. 1655. GOOLE (JOHN) The case of Mr. Goole and Miss Hudson, by
himself. 8° 1733. GOOS (ABRAH.) Nieuw Nederlandtsch Caertboeck. 4° Amst. 1616.
- 8° Amst. 1625.
Tabulæ Geographicæ Belgicæ. 4° Amst. 1619. GOOSE. The Dream of the Solan Goose. 8° Lond. 1709. GOOSECAPPE, Sir Gyles Goosecappe, a Comedy. 4° Lond. 1606.
4° Lond. 1636. GORCUM, V. ALVAREZ.
GORCUM (GYSB. 'BYEEL VAN.) De Nephritide. 4. Tr. ad Rhen.
1709. GORDO (JOAQUIM JOSE FERREIRA) Fontes proximas da Compie
laçaõ Fillippina. 4° Lisb, 1792. GORDON, v. CARVE. GORDON (Sir adam) Discourses; being the substance of some
select Homilies of the Ch. of England. 2 vol. 8° Lond.
1795. GORDON (Alex.) Tyrocinium Linguæ Latinæ. Or the Latine
Apprentice made Free-man. 12° Lond. 1664. GORDON (ALEX.) Itinerarium Septentrionale, or a Journey
through most of the Counties of Scotland and those North of England. fol. Lond. 1726.
Life of Pope Alex. VI. and his Son Cæsar Borgia. fol. Lond. 1729.
- An Essay towards explaining the Hieroglyphical figures on the Coffin of the ancient Mummy belonging to Capt. W. Lethieullier. fol. Lond. 1737.
An Essay towards explaining the antient hieroglyphical figures on the Egyptian Murmy in the Museum of Dr. Mead.
fol. Lond. 1737. GORDON (ALEXANDER) History of Peter the Great, Emperor of
Russia. 2 vol. 8° Aberd. 1755. . GORDON. Comes Einziæ. Epithalamium ejus. 4° Edinb. 1607. GORDON (ant.) Treatise on the Science of defence. 4° Lond.
1805. GORDON (GEORGE) Remarks on the Newtonian Philosophy. 12° Lond. 1719.
Complear Discovery of a Method for observing the Longitude at Sea. 8° Lond. 1724.
- Introduction to Geography, Astronomy, and Dialling. 8° Lond. 1726.
- De Natura Rerum, Quæstiones Philosophicæ. 8° Glasg. 1758. GORDON (Geo.) Lord Byron. Hours of Idleness. A Series of
Poems. gö Newark, 1807.
His Trial for High Treason. fol. Lond. 1781.
- 8° Lond. 1781. - His Trial for a Libel. 8° Lond. 1787. GORDON (GEO.) De Spasmo hysterico. 4o Lug. Bat. 1734. GORDON (GEO.) History of our national debts and taxes from 1688 to 1751. 4 Parts. 8° Lond. 1753.
Annals of Europe. 6 vols. 8° Lond. 1739–43. GORDON (JAMES) Terraquea, or a New System of Geography
and Modern History. Vol. I. 8° Lond. 1790. GORDON (Sir John) His case, on the election for Sutherland. fol.