Gloucester (Frigate) -- Early works to 1800. : A and truefull account of His late Majesty, together with several English nobillity [sic], being surpricd [sic] at sea : with the particular of the men and treasure lost, &c.
Gloucester High School -- History. : Gloucester education : a history of 100 years of public education and the celebration of 25 years of the opening of Gloucester High School / co-ordinated and edited by Leone Hooke ... [and others].
Gloucester Infirmary -- Early works to 1800. : Observations on the state of the Glocester infirmary : as reported by the committee of governors appointed to examine into the income and expences of the same; ... offered to the consideration of the special general court, .. 22d of November, 1796. By Sir G.O. Paul..
Irrigation -- England -- Gloucester -- Early works to 1800. : The advantages and method of watering meadows by art. : With two descriptive plates, and with occasional extracts and remarks upon wimpey, forbes, boswell, and other writers on this subject. By the Reverend T. Wright, curate of South-Cerney, Gloucestershire.
Larceny -- Rhode Island -- Gloucester. : Five dollars reward. [electronic resource] : On Tuesday, the 3d instant, a person who said his name was Jacob Johnston ... borrowed of the subscriber, living in said Gloucester, a valuable horse, to ride to Providence, promising to return him in the evening of the same day.---He came directly to Providence and sold the horse for a silver watch and seven dollars, and has absconded ...
Gloucester (Mass.) -- Centennial celebrations, etc. : The Book of the three hundredth anniversary observance of the foundation of the Massachusetts Bay colony at Cape Ann in 1623 and the fiftieth year of the incorporation of Gloucester as a city / compiled and edited by James R. Pringle.
Gloucester (Mass.) -- Church history. : An attempt to nip in the bud, the unscriptural doctrine of universal salvation, and some other dangerous errors connected with it; which a certain stranger, who calls himself John Murray, has, of late, been endeavoring to spread in the First Parish of Gloucester, to draw disciples after him. [electronic resource] : In a letter addressed to one of those that are drawn away; if possible to reclaim him and the others. To this end and in hopes that it may by the blessing of God serve also to confirm all in some of the most important doctrines of God's word, it is made public, in answer to the desire of a very repectable number of persons of reputation and influence in said parish. : To which is subjoined, the dying testimony for the truth, and against error, of their worthy minister, the Reverend Mr. Samuel Chandler, lately deceased. / By John Cleaveland, A.M. Pastor of the Second Church in Ipswich. ; [Three lines from II Corinthians]
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.