General Hospital or Infirmary (Bath, England) -- Early works to 1800. : A full vindication of Mr. Cleland's Appeal to the publick [electronic resource] : wherein the gross misrepresentations and falshoods contain'd in a late pamphlet, call'd, A short vindication of the proceedings of the Governors of the General Hospital at Bath, ... will be clearly detected and expos'd. ... By Archibald Cleland, Surgeon.
General Infirmary (Hereford, Hereford and Worcester) : A sermon, [electronic resource] : preached in the cathedral church of Hereford, on Thursday, the Third of August, 1797, at the annual meeting of the subscribers to the General infirmary, in that city. By John Duncumb, A. M. Published for the benefit of the Charity.
[General Insurance-Office (Royal Exchange, London, England)] -- Rules and practice -- Early works to 1800. : The plan and system of the General Insurance-Office, [electronic resource] : instituted the 13th of August, 1787, for insuring his Majesty's subjects from loss of property by burglaries, and all forcible entries, whether by day or night, in their Houses, Out-Houses, Warehouses, Shops, and other Premises, and from Robberies on the King's Highway and public Streets, and other Species of Felony, and from all Expence of Prosecution that may be incurred thereby.
General intercessions -- Church of England. : An enquiry into the nature and original of the fifty-fifth canon, by evidence historical and rational [electronic resource] : With Variety of Incidental Matters relating to its History. By Conyers Place, M.A.
General International Standard Bibliographic Description. : IFLA cataloguing principles [electronic resource] : steps towards an international cataloguing code, 5 : report from the 5th IFLA Meeting of Experts on an International Cataloguing Code, Pretoria, South Africa, 2007 = IFLA principes de catalogage : pas vers un code international de catalogage, 5 = IFLA princípios de catalogação : passos para um código internacional de catalogação, 5 / edited by Barbara B. Tillett ... [et al.].
General Lying-In Hospital (Grosvenor Square, London, England) -- Early works to 1800. : We, the presidents, governors and trustees to the General Lying-in Hospital, in Duke's-Street, Grosvenor-Square, being throughly sensible of the public benefit which ariseth to these three kingdoms in general, and more particularly to this great metropolis, from the above most excellent charity, beg leave to recommend the encouragement and support thereof to the humane and compassionate part of mankind. ... [electronic resource].