Mineral waters -- England -- Gloucester. : The history and chemical analysis of the mineral water lately discovered in the city of Gloucester : the various diseases to which it is applicable considered; and the necessary regulations for drinking it with success ascertained and prescribed. By John Hemming, M. D. Physician to the Ossulston Dispensary, member of the Royal Medical, and Honorary Member of the Royal Physical Societies of Edinburgh.
Prisons -- England -- Gloucester. : An address to the magistrates of the county of Glocester, assembled at their Michaelmas Quarter-Sessions, 1789, on a motion to consider of the appointment of officers, and of adopting regulations for the government of the new prisons building within the county; delivered by Sir George Onesiphorus Paul, Bart....
Proprietary libraries -- Rhode Island -- Gloucester. : Catalogue of books, belonging to the Gloucester United Library: [electronic resource] : with rules and laws for rendering the same useful, and for governing said library company. This library was established in October, 1795, and a charter of incorporation granted by the Honourable General Assembly.
Public health -- England -- Gloucester. : Report to the General Board of Health on a preliminary inquiry into the sewerage, drainage, and supply of water, and the sanitary condition of the inhabitants of the city of Gloucester / by Edward Cresy.
Sanitation -- England -- Gloucester. : Report to the General Board of Health on a preliminary inquiry into the sewerage, drainage, and supply of water, and the sanitary condition of the inhabitants of the city of Gloucester / by Edward Cresy.
Trials (Conspiracy) -- England -- Gloucester. : Report of the trial, the King (on the prosecution of E.J. Littleton, Esq., M.P.) versus Robert Harvey Wyatt for a conspiracy [electronic resource] : tried at the Glocester Lent Assizes, 1829, before the Honourable Mr. Justice Park, and a special jury : with an appendix, containing the documentary evidence, consisting of the accounts of the commissioners appointed by the Teddesley Enclosure Act.
Trials (Poisoning) -- England -- Gloucester. : Trial of Rebecca Worlock, at the Gloucester Assizes, on Monday, August 14th, 1820, for murdering her husband, by mixing arsenic with beer, in the parish of Bitton [electronic resource].