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With frontispiece. Sotheby's in Dec. GLANVIL, Joseph.
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G. T.-See GAINSFORD, Thomas. G. L.-Essayes and Characters. By L. G. 1661. 8vo.
GALE, Thomas. GENT, Thomas.
G. W.-History of the Church G. P.-A moorning Diti upon of Great Britain to the Year 1667. the Deceas of Prins Henry Earl Lond. 1675. 4to. 7s. 6d. See of Arundel. 1579. Lond. by John CHURCH HISTORY, p. 449. Allde.
There is a Church History of France by Reprinted in the tenth volume of the the same author, whose name was Geaves, Harleian Miscellany.
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GREY, William. On 7 pages. A letter concerning the GABALIS.—The Count of Gabalis, second commitment of the Duke of Nor- or the extravagant Mysteries of the folk to the Tower, dated At London the Cabalists. Lond. 1680. 12mo. xiij of October, 1571. Your louing brother in Lawe, R. G.' Thonght to be done
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the Abbé de Montfaucon de Villars, and ful Admonition to vertuous Parentes
GABB, Rev. Thomas. Finis Pyand modest Matrones, to the Bring-ramidis, or Disquisitions concerning vp of their Children in godly ing the Antiquity and scientific Education and houshold Discipline: End of the great Pyramid of Gizah, By R. G. Lond. for Nich. Ling, and of the first Standard of linear 1584. 16mo.
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GABELHOUER, Oswaldus, Dr. wherein Nec haboo, nec careo, nec out of High-duche by Doctour curo, are neither approved nor con. Charles Battus, and now out of futed, but modestly controuled or
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COND EDITION, enlarged by the Author, and the Reading of the Stars. folio. Bindley, pt. i. 1877, 11. 18. -THIRD Translated by Edm. Chilmead. Edition, enlarged by the Author, with a Lond. 1650. 8vo. 5s., folding plates.
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5s. This curious work, styled by Dr. Adam, journey to Rome, was left out in this edi
The 22nd chapter, relating to his Clarke "a feast for an occult philosopher,' tion, owing, as is said, to its reflecting on was condemned by the Sorbonne. It treats the character of Abp. Laud. Bindley, pt. chiefly of the different sorts of talismans, ii. 901, 9s. Willett, 950, 10s. 6d. some of which the author admits may possess virtue, though the greater part GAGER, William, LL.D. Ulisses are infamous delusions. The author, Redux, Tragedia nova. In Ædo learned Rabbinical writer, was librarian Christi Oxoniæ publice Academicis to the Cardinal Richelieu.
GAGE, Sir Henry. Alter Britan- recitata, octavo Idus Februarii, niæ Heros: or, the Life of the 1591. Oxon. 1592. 8vo.
Dedication to Lord Buckhurst, after most honourable Knight, Sir
Henry which are several commendatory verses. Gage, late Governour of Oxford, F 6, in eights, epitomiz'd. Oxford, 1645. 4to. Meleager, Tragedia. Oxon. 1592. 8vo. Sixteen leaves.
Rivales Comedia. Written by Edward Walsingham, a Roman Catholic, and in the Latin tongne, and the best come.
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A work valuable no less for the orua- GAINSBOROUGH, Thomas, R.A.
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Annals of Gallantry; Trials for Divorce GALESUS, &c. See Boccacio, and Crim.Con. during the reign of George Giovanni.
III. Lond. 1815 8vo.3 vols. plates, 11. 108,
See BREWER, George. GALFREDUS, Petrus Baiocen.
GALLERIES. Galli. De vita ac moribus atque HOUGHTON GALLERY : & Collection of panis miraculo Sancti Nicholai de Prints from the best Pictures in the Pos Tollentino, Comedia. No place or session of the Earl of Orford, (now at St. printer, but (Lond. R. Pynson.) 2 vols. 133 plates. Published by Boydell.
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