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GOVERNMENT, V. GOUVERNEMENT.
discourse upon the meanes of well governing a kingdome. Against Machiavel, translated by S. Patericke. fol. Lond. 1608.
Tyrannical Government anatomized : being the Life and Death of John the Baptist. 4° Lond. 1642.
Answer to the enquiry how inconsistent Presbyterial Government is with Monarchy. 4° 1644.
A parallel of Governments. 4° Lond. 1647.
Politique and Military observations upon the civill and militarie Governments, by D. P. 4° Lond. 1648.
Brief Discourse of the Nature, Rise, and End, of Civil Government. 4° Lond. 1648.
The lawfulness of obeying the present Government. Proposed by one that loves all Presbyterian lovers of Truth and Peace. 4° Lond. 1649.
4° 1650. ' An Enqniry after further satisfaction concerning obeying a change of Government beleeved to be unlawful. Tendered to the Presbyterian proposer in answer to his book intituled; The lawfullness of obeying the present Government. 4° Lond. 1649.
A Combate between two Seconds. One for obeying the present Government. The other the second part of a Demurrer undeservedly called Religious. 4° Lond. 1649.
A dissection of all Governments. Or an answer to a Pamphlet entitled; The Privileges of the People. By W.J. 4° Lond. 1649.
Discourse between Monarchical and Aristocratical Government. 4° Lond. 1649.
The true primitive state of Civil and Ecclesiastical Go. vernment discussed and cleared. 4° Lond. 1649.
Government of the people of England precedent and present the same. 4o 1650.
Observations upon Aristotle's Politiques, touching Forms of Government. Together with directions for obedience to Governors in dangerous and doubtful Times. 4° Lond. 1652.
Observations concerning the Original of Government. 4° Lond. 1652.
Persuasive to a mutual compliance under the present Government. Together with a plea for a Free State compared with a Monarchy. 4° Orf. 1652
The grand Catastrophe, or the change of Government ; being a word about the last turn of these Times. 4° Lond. 1654.
An honest discourse between three Neighbours touching the present Government. 4° Lond. 1635.
GOVERNMENT. Proclamation of His Highness and the Par
liament for the Peace and Security of the Government. fol. Lond. 1656.
Letter to an Officer of the Army concerning our present Government and Governors. 4° Lond. 1656.
Vindiciæ Magistratuum. Or a sober plea for subjection to the present Government. 129 Lond. 1658.
Model of a Democraticall Government. 4° Lond. 1659.
A brief admonition of some of the inconveniencies of the three most famous Governments in the world. 4° Lond. 1659.
A short discourse upon the desires of a Friend: wherein, upon Observation of the late Governments and Revolutions, it is made evident what alone can be the perfect settlement of this Nation and the composure of all differences. 4° Lond. 1660.
Letter on the two different forms of Monarchy and popular Government, by N. D. 4° Lond. 1660.
Answer to the Letter on the two different forms of Monarchy and popular Government. 4° Lond. 1660.
Speech by a Member of the House of Commons tending to the establishment of Kingly Government. 4° Lond. 1660.
Dialogue at Oxford, between a Tutor and his Pupil, concerning Government. 4° Lond. 1681.
Plain discourse concerning Government. Wherein is. debated whether Monarchy or a Commonwealth be best for the People. 4o 1688.
State Tracts; being a Collection of Treatises relating to the Government, privately printed in the Reign of K. Charles II. fol. Lond. 1689.
2d part. fol. Lond. 1693. Discourse of what is lawful during the confusions and revolutions of Government. 4° Lond. 1689.
The plain case of subjection to the present Government, 4° Lond. 1690.
Political Aphorisms, or the true Maxims of Government displayed. 4° Lond. 1691.
8° Lond. 1694. Two Treatises of Government. In the former the false principles of Sir R. Filmer are detected. The latter is an Essay concerning the original and extent of Civil Government. go Lond. 1694.
Essay discovering the Affinity or Resemblance of the ancient and modern Governments, in Respect to our English Parliaments. 8° Lond. 1706.
Essay on Civil Government. 8° Lond. 1728.
An Essay on Civil Government, in two parts. 8° Lond. 1743.
GOVERNMENT. The happy Government or the Constitution of Great Britain. 4° Lond. 1734.
Reflections upon the Administration of Government. 8° Lond. 1740.
Discourse on Government and Religion, calculated for the Meridian of the 30th Jan. 8° Bost. 1750.
The fatal consequences of the want of System in the conduct of public affairs. 8° Lond. 1757.
Free thoughts on despotic and free Governments. 89 Lond. 1781.
An appeal to Man but particularly addressed to the British Government, with an Institute of Government. So
diverse infirmita sperimentali. 120 GOUEY (LOUIS Leger de) La veritable Chirurgie etablie sur
l’Experience et la raison. 8° Rouen, 1716. GOUGE (Thos.) v. Tillotson.
The faith of dying Jacob. A Sermon on the death of J. Hubbard. 12° Lond. 1688. GOUGE (Thos.) A recovery from Apostacy, a Sermon. 4° Lond. 1639.
The Principles of the Christian Religion explained. So Lond. 1679. GOUGE (wM.) v. JENKYN.
The Saints support. A Fast Sermon before the Commons. 4° Lond. 1642.
Mercies Memoriall. A Sermon on the Anniversary of Q. Elizabeth's accession. 4° Lond. 1645.
The Progress of Divine Providence. A Fast Sermon before the Peers. 4° Lond. 1645.
Sermon at the funeral of Margt. Ducke. 4° Lond. 1646.
The right way: or a direction for obtaining good successe in a weighty enterprise. A Fast Sermon before the Lords.
4° Lond. 1648. GOUGES-CARTOU (M.) Projet de Declaration de Droits. Sa
Versailles, 1789. GOUGH (3.) The strange Discovery, a Tragi-Comedy. 4° Lond.
1640. GOUGH (JOH.) Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ OPHNNAIA. In qua per
turbatissimus Regni et Ecclesiæ status sub Anabaptistica tyran
nide, lugetur. 120 Lond. 1661. GOUGH (RICHARD) v. CAMBDEN.
Anecdotes of British Topography, or an historical Account of what has been done, for illustrating the Topographical Antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland, 4° Lond. 1768.
2 vol. 4° Lond. 1780. History and Antiquities of Croyland Abbey. 4° Lond. 1783. [Being No. XI of the Bibl. Topog. Britt.]
GOUGH (RICHARD) Mr. Essex's observations on Croyland Abbey
and Bridge and other Additions to the History of Croyland. 4° Lond. 1784. [Being No. XXII of the Bibl. Topog. Britt.)
2 Appendix, with plates of the Legendery History of St. Guthlac. 4° Lond. 1797.
Short Genealogical Account of the family of O. Cromwell. 4° Lond. 1785. (Being No. XXXI of the Bibl. Topog. Britt.]
Sepulchral Monuments in Gt. Britain. 3 vol. fol. Lond. 1786-1796.
An Account of a rich illuminated Missal, executed for John Duke of Bedford. 4° Lond. 1794.
History and Antiquities of Pleshy. 4° Lond. 1803.
Coins of the Seleucidæ Kings of Syria; from the establishment of their reign to the determination of it: with historical Memoirs of each Reign. 4° Lond. 1803.
Catalogue of his Library sold by Auction (with prices.] 8° Lond. 1810.
Museum Goughianum. 8° Lond. 1810. GOUGH (STRICKLAND) Sermon on the accession of George I. 89 Lond. 17 14.
Sermon before the Lord Mayor on Novr. 5. 4° Lond. '1733.
Critical Dissertation on 1 Cor. xi. 10. 8° Lond. 1742.
The wickedness of a factious disposition. A Sermon. 8° Lond. 1745.
A Protestant Catechism. 8° Lond. 1746.
Discussion of four popular Questions between Papists and Protestants, viz. The Preferableness and Antiquity of the Churches. The state of Salvability in each. Solemnity of Worship: Charity and Severity of Life. 8° Lond. 1747.
Sermons. 3° Lond. 1751. GOUGH (Will.) Londinum triumphans, or an Historical Account
of the grand Influence the Actions of the City of London have bad, upon the Affairs of the Nation, for many Ages past. go
Lond. 1682. GOUGHE (ALEXANDER) The Queen, or, the Excellency of her
Sex. 4° Lond. 1653. GOUJET (ABBE') Bibliotheque Françoise, ou Histoire de Litera
ture Françoise. 18 tom. 12° Par. 1741–56. GOUJON (LE SR.) Hieroglyphe Royal de Henry le Grand. 80
Lyon. 1610. GOUJON (JAQUEs) Histoire & Voyage de la Terre Sainte. 4°
- tom. 3 & 4. 8° Gen. 1614.
GOULD (JOHN) 0. LAMB.
A call and warning to all Priests, Professors and people, who have and do profess the Scriptures. 4° Lond. 1657. GOULD (ISAAC) Heavenly treasure in earthen vessels. A Ser
mon on the death of the Revd. J. Nottage. 8° Lond. 1776. GOULD (RALPH) 0. MORRIS. GOULD (ROBERT) The Rival Sisters, or the Violence of Love, a Tragedy. 4°
The corruption of the Times by Money, a Satyr. 4, Lond. 1693. GOULD (thos.) 0. CAREW. GOULD (WILL.) An Account of English Ants. 12° Lond. 1747." GOULDMAN (FRANCIS) Dictionary. Lat. Engl. 4° Lond. 1664. GOULDSBOROUGH (1.) Reports, with Notes by W. S. 49
Lond. 1653. GOULSTON (THEOD.) 0. ARISTOTELES. GALENUS. GOUPYLUS (JAC) 0. ACTUARIUS. RHASES. TRALLIANUS. GOURCY (ABBE' DE) Quel fut l'Etat des Personnes en France
sous la premiere & la seconde Race de nos Rois? 8° Paris,
Synopsis Chirurgiæ. 8° Par. 1566.
Advertissement et conseil a Messieurs de Paris, tant pour se preserver de la peste, comme aussi pour nettoyer la
ville et les maisons qui y ont esté infectées. 12° Par. 1581. GOURMONT (Hier.) 0. APOLLONIUS Alexandrinus. GOURNAY. Eschantillons de Virgile. 8° Par. 1620. GOURRAIGNE (AUG.) Specimen de Febribus juxta Circulationis Leges. 4° Monsp. 1725.
12° Monsp. 1730. De morbis inflammatoriis in genere. 8° Araus. 1727. De Respiratione. 4o Monsp. 1729.
Response aux objections contre la Dissert. de la Respiration. 4° Mon. 1730.
De Tumoribus simplicibus. 4° Mon. 1731.
Dissertationes Medico Chirurgicæ juxta Circulationis Leges. 8° Mon. 1731.
Quæstiones Medicæ XII. 4° Mon. 1732. GOURREAU (PHIL.) Vita et Martyrium Magistri Thomæ Prioris
Reg. Ab. St. Victoris Parisiens. 8° Par. 1665. GOURRY (P.) Discours des Remedes singuliers, desquelz les
Medecins usent en toutes maladies, &c. 120 Par. 1581. GOURVILLE (LE SIEUR) Les Drapeaux réunis. 8° GOURVILLE (MR. DE) Memoires concernant les affaires aux
qnelles il a été employé par la Cour, depuis 1642 jusqu'en 1698. 2 tom. 8° Par. 1724.
2 tomes. 12° Maestricht. 1782. GOUSSANCOURT (MATTH. DE) Martyrologie des Chevaliers de St. Jean de Hierusalem dits de Malte. fol. Par. 1643. VOL. III.