Gentleman Formerly of St. John's-College, Cambridge. : Three essays upon preaching and hearing : Containing some few reflexions upon the two late celebrated prefaces; but chiefly intended for the use of those that frequent the evening lectures and charity-sermons. By a Gentleman formerly of St. John's-College, Cambridge.
Gentleman immediately returned from a tour of that continent. : An historical review of North America : containing a geographical, political, and natural history of the British and other European settlements, the united and apocryphal states, and a general state of the laws. To which are added, a description of the interior parts of North America, general face of the country, mountains, forests, rivers, and the most noted towns, cities, seats, and public buildings: with a great variety of tables necessary to all merchants in their intercourse with North America. In two volumes. By a Gentleman immediately returned from a tour of that continent.
Gentleman in Algier. : The present state of Algeir : being a faithful and true account of the most considerable occurences that happened in that place during the lying of the French fleet before it / in a letter from a gentleman in Algier to his friend in London.
Gentleman in America. : Extract of a letter from a gentleman in America to a friend in England : on the subject of emigration.
Gentleman in Carisbrooke-Castle. : A copy of a letter sent from a gentleman in Carisbrooke-Castle to an honourable person at VVestminster concerning His Majesties intentions, and their expectations of the personall treaty.
Gentleman in communion with the Church of England. : Sober and serious considerations occasioned by the death of His Most Sacred Majesty, King Charles II (of ever blessed memory), and the serious time of Lent following it : together with a brief historical account of the first rise, progress, and increase of phanaticism in England and the fatal consequents thereof : now made publick in tendency to the peace of the kingdom / by a gentleman in communion with the Church of England, as now by law establish'd.
Gentleman in Dort. : The copy of a letter from a gentleman in Dort to a member of the House of Commons in London / translated out of Dutch.
Gentleman in Kintyre. : A account of some strange apparitions had by a godly man in Kintyre, who hath been blind six years : containing some visional predictions and several judgments to befal these three kingdoms, particulary Scotland, and mor especially some towns therein; at Edinburgh, Glasgow, ... &c. With a reserve .. mercy to God's people, and to ... for their sake. In a letter from a gentleman in Kintyre, to his friend in Paisley..
Gentleman in Manchester. : A letter from a gentleman in Manchester to his friend concerning a notorious blasphemer who died in despair &c.
Gentleman in Munster. : A brief and candid vindication of the doctrine and present appropriation of tithes. : Deduced from the principles of reason. Their real origin, nature and signification represented-The true reasons assigned, why Christ could not (with any degree of consistency) have ordained their payment and use-with many suitable observations on the subject, in various lights-meriting the attention equally of all sects. In a letter from a gentleman in Munster to a friend in Dublin.
Gentleman in Murray. : A true and impartial account of the conduct of the well-affected in the north : During the Late Rebellion. In A Letter from a Gentleman in Murray, to His Correspondent at Edinburgh.
Gentleman in New-England. : A poem on the death of His Highness the Duke of Gloucester. : Written by a gentleman in New-England.
Gentleman in Northampton. : A more exact and perfect relation of the great victory (by Gods providence) obtained by the Parliaments forces under command of Sir Tho. Fairfax in Naisby field, on Saturday 14. June 1645. : Where His Majesties army was utterly routed, and all his infantry taken, with many of his horse, bag and baggage, ordnance, armes, and ammunition, and what losse was on both sides: with the number of officers and souldiers taken prisoner. Being a letter from a gentleman in Northampton, to his friend in London. Published by command.
Gentleman in Oxford. : A letter sent from a gentleman in Oxford, to his friend in London : concerning the iustice of the King's cause, and the unequall proceedings of those against him, who are now found to be the enemies of our peace and happinesse : or a short character of the actions of our new state-reformers, in which the seduced people may see to whom to impute the beginning of these miserable distractions, and the continuance thereof.
Gentleman in That City. : Dr. Sacheverell's disappointment at Worcester. : Being A True Account of his cold reception there. In a letter from A Gentleman in that City to his Friend in London.
Gentleman in that country. : An expostulatory address to the nobility and freeholders of Scotland. Shewing the monstrous folly as well as ingratitude of the present unnatural rebellion, and the Intended Dissolution of the Union, by Arguments drawn from the antient Constitution and present Situation of that Kingdom. By a gentleman of that country.