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Le comte de Gabalis (1670) [Montfaucon]
Gabrielle: a Tale of the Swiss Mountains (1829) [Redding]
Gaffer Gray, or, the Misfortunes of Poverty: a Christmas Ditty, very fit to be chanted at Midsummer (1806) [Holcroft]
A Gallery of Literary Portraits (1845) [Gilfillan]
“Galt's”, Edinburgh Review (April 1814) [Brougham]
“The Game Laws”, Edinburgh Review (March 1819) [Smith]
The Gamester: a Tragedy (1753) [Moore]
The Gamester of Milan: a Play in Three Acts ([1834?]) [Serle]
“Garci Ferrandez”, Edinburgh Annual Register for 1809 (1811) [Southey]
“The Garden”, Miscellaneous Poems (1681) [Marvell]
The Garden of Florence; and other Poems (1821) [Reynolds]
The Gardener's and Florist's Dictionary: or a Complete System of Horticulture (1724) [Miller]
A Garland for the Grave of Richard Brinsley Sheridan (1816) [Phillips]
“Garry Owen; or, The Snow Woman”, The Christmas Box; an Annual for Children (1829) [Edgeworth]
The Gas blow-pipe: or, Art of Fusion by burning the Gaseous Constituents of Water (1819) [Clarke]
Gebir: a Poem, in Seven Books (1798) [Landor]
“Gebir; a Poem”, Critical Review (September 1799) [Southey]
Geiriadur cynmraeg a saesoneg. A Welsh and English Dictionary; compiled from the Laws, History, Poetry, Bardism, Proverbs, and other Monuments of the Knowledge and Learning of the Ancient Britons; with numerous and select Quotations (1793) [Pughe]
Gems, principally from the Antique (1822) [Croly]
Gems, selected from the Antique, with Illustrations (1804) [Dagley]
A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland (1835-1838) [Burke]
General Biography; or, Lives, Critical and Historical, of the most Eminent Persons of all Ages, Countries, Conditions, and Professions, arranged according to alphabetical order (1799-1815) [Aikin]
General Introduction to the Encyclopedia Metropolitana; or, a Preliminary Treatise on Method (1818) [Coleridge]
General Condition of Europe. A Speech (1850) [Cortes]
A General History of the Lives and Adventures of the most famous Highwaymen, Murderers, Street-robbers: &c. To which is added, a Genuine Account of the Voyages and Plunders of the most notorious Pyrates. Interspersed with several Diverting Tales, and Pleasant Songs. And Adorned with the Heads of the most Remarkable Villains, curiously engraven on Copper. By Capt. Charles Johnson (1734) [Defoe]
A General Theorem for a ******* Coll. Declamation (1796) [Le Grice]
A General View of the African Slave-Trade: demonstrating its Injustice and Impolicy: with Hints towards a Bill for its Abolition (1788) [Roscoe]
General Zoology, or, Systematic Natural History (1800-1826) [Shaw]
General View of the Agriculture, State of Property, and Improvements, in the County of Dumfries: drawn up under the Direction of the Board of Agriculture (1812) [Singer]
A General Dictionary of the English Language (1780) [Sheridan]
A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, arranged in systematic Order: forming a complete History of the Origin and Progress of Navigation, Discovery, and Commerce, by Sea and Land, from the earliest Ages to the present Time (1811-1824) [Kerr]
“Genevieve”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“Génie du christianisme by Chateaubriand”, Annual Review (1802) [Barbauld]
Génie du christianisme, ou, beautés de la religion chrétienne (1802) [Chateaubriand]
“A Gentle Alternative prepared for the Reviewers”, Lady Jane Grey: a Tale (1809) [Hodgson]
“The Gentle Giantess”, London Magazine (December 1822) [Lamb]
The Gentle Shepherd: a Scots Pastoral Comedy (1725) [Ramsay]
The Gentleman's Stable Directory: or, Modern System of Farriery, etc. (1788) [Taplin]
Geographical Memoirs on New South Wales (1825) [Field]
A Geographical, Statistical, and Historical Description of Hindostan, and the adjacent Countries (1820) [Hamilton]
“Geographical Society Proposed”, The Literary Gazette (20 September 1828) [Huttmann]
A Geographical Memoir of the Persian Empire, accompanied by a Map (1813) [Kinneir]
George Selwyn and his Contemporaries: with Memoirs and Notes (1843-1844) [Jesse]
George Dandin ou le Mari confondu (1668) [Moliere]
The Georgian Era: Memoirs of the most eminent Persons, who have flourished in Great Britain, from the Accession of George the First to the Demise of George the Fourth (1832-1834) [Clarke]
Georgica Pulbii Virgilii Maronis hexaglotta (1827) [Sotheby]
The Georgics of Virgil (1800) [Sotheby]
Georgics (1st cent. BC) [Virgil]
The Georgics of Publius Virgilius Maro, translated into English Blank Verse (1808) [Virgil]
A Translation of the Georgics of Publius Virgilius Maro, with the original Text (1808) [Virgil]
Les Géorgiques de Virgile: traduction nouvelle en vers Franc̜ois, enrichies de notes (1770) [Delille]
Aristarchus sive de Arte grammatica libri septem (1662) [Vossius]
Germania; its Courts, Camps, and People (1850) [Blaze de Bury]
Germania (1st c.) [Tacitus]
Germany in 1831 (1836) [Strang]
“Gertrude of Wyoming”, Quarterly Review (May 1809) [Scott]
Gertrude of Wyoming; a Pennsylvanian Tale. And other Poems (1809) [Campbell]
Gerusalemme Liberata (1581) [Tasso]
Rime del signor Torquato Tasso: diuise in amorose, boscherezze, maritime, imenei, heroiche, morali, lugubri, sacre, e varie: con gli argomenti ad ogni compositione (1621) [Tasso]
A Ghost Story: a Drama in Two Acts (1836) [Serle]
The Giaour, a Fragment of a Turkish Tale (1813) [Byron]
“Gifford's Life of the Rt. Hon. W. Pitt”, Quarterly Review (August 1810) [Grant]
Gilbert Gurney (1836) [Hook]
“Ginevra”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
“The Gipsy's Malison”, Blackwood's Magazine (January 1829) [Lamb]
The Girlhood of Shakespeare's Heroines: in a Series of fifteen Tales (1850-1851) [Clarke]
“Gladstone on Church and State”, Quarterly Review (December 1839) [Sewell]
A Glance at Revolutionized Italy: a Visit to Messina, and a Tour through the Kingdom of Naples, the Abruzzi, the Marches of Ancona, Rome, the States of the Church, Tuscany, Genoa, Piedmont, &c., &c., in the Summer of 1848 (1849) [Macfarlane]
The Gleaner. A Miscellaneous Production (1798) [Murray]
Gleanings through Wales, Holland and Westphalia, with Views of Peace and War at home and abroad (1795) [Pratt]
“Glenara”, Gertrude of Wyoming; a Pennsylvanian Tale. And other Poems (1809) [Campbell]
Glenarvon: in Three Volumes (1816) [Lamb]
“Glenfinlas or Lord Ronald's Coronach”, Tales of Wonder (1801) [Lewis]
Glig-gamena Angel-deod, or, the Sports and Pastimes of the People of England: including the Rural and Domestic Recreations, May-games, Mummeries, Pageants, Processions, and Pompous Spectacles from the Earliest Period to the Present Time (1801) [Strutt]
Glossary of Northamptonshire Words and Phrases, with Examples of their Colloquial Use, and Illustrations from Various Authors: to which are added the Customs of the Country (1854) [Baker]
A Glossary, or Collection of Words, Phrases, Names, and Allusions to Customs, Proverbs, etc., which have been thought to require illustration, in the Works of English Authors, particularly Shakespeare, and his Contemporaries (1822) [Nares]
“Glycine: a Song”, Zapolya: a Christmas Tale (1817) [Coleridge]
The Goblin Groom; a Tale of Dunse (1809) [Fenwick]
God the Guardian of the Poor, and the Bank of Faith: or, a Display of the Providences of God, which have at sundry time attended the Author (1805) [Huntington]
Godfrey of Bulloigne, or the Recoverie of Ierusalem (1600) [Fairfax]
Godfrey of Bulloigne; or, The Recovery of Jerusalem: done into English Heroical Verse, from the Italian of Tasso (1817) [Fairfax]
“Godiva”, New Monthly Magazine (March 1850) [Hunt]
“Godiva,—A Tale”, The Etonian (1821) []
“Godiva”, Poems (1842) [Tennyson]
Godolphin, a Novel (1833) [Lytton]
“Godwin's Lives of Milton's Nephews”, Edinburgh Review (October 1815) [Mackintosh]
“Godwin on Malthus”, Edinburgh Review (July 1821) [Malthus]
“Godwin's Fleetwood: a Novel”, Edinburgh Review (April 1805) [Scott]
“Godwin's Life of Chaucer”, Edinburgh Review (January 1804) [Scott]
“Godwin's Life of Chaucer”, Annual Review for 1803 (1804) [Southey]
Goetz of Berlichingen: with the Iron Hand: a Tragedy (1799) [Scott]
“Gog; a Poem”, The Etonian (1820) [Praed]
“Table-talk (No. I): on going a Journey”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1822) [Hazlitt]
The Golden Calf: a Comedy in Three Acts ([1832?]) [Jerrold]
The Golden Pippin: an English Burletta in Three Acts (1773) [O'Hara]
The Golden Violet: with its Tales of Romance and Chivalry; and other Poems (1827) [Landon]
Gondibert: an Heroick Poem (1651) [Davenant]
“Gone, or Going”, The Table Book; or, Daily Recreation and Information concerning remarkable Men, Manners, Times, Seasons (1827) [Lamb]
“[Gone from her cheek is the summer bloom]”, Literary Gazette (21 November 1818) [Procter]
“The Good French Governess”, Moral Tales for Young People (1801) [Edgeworth]
“The Good Clerk, a Character; with some Account of The Complete English Tradesman”, The Reflector (1811) [Lamb]
A Good Night's Rest, or, Two in the Morning! A Farce in One Act ([1839?]) [Gore]
“Good Night”, Literary Pocket-Book (1822) [Shelley]
“Goose-berry Pie. A Pindaric Ode”, Metrical Tales and other Poems (1805) [Southey]
The Tragedie of Gorboduc (1565) [Sackville]
Götz von Berlichingen (1773) [Goethe]
The Governess (1839) [Blessington]
Grace Cassidy; or, the Repealers. A Novel (1834) [Blessington]
“Grace before Meat”, London Magazine (November 1821) [Lamb]
“On the Graces and Anxieties of Pig-driving”, The Companion (26 March 1828) [Hunt]
Graham Hamilton (1822) [Lamb]
“Grahame's British Georgics”, Quarterly Review (May 1810) [Southey]
Grammar, English and Armenian (1817) [Aucher]
A Grammar of the English Language: in a Series of Letters: intended for the use of Schools and of Young Persons in general, but, more especially for the use of Soldiers, Sailors, Apprentices, and Plough-boys (1819) [Cobbett]
A Grammar of the Bengal Language (1778) [Halhed]
“Grammars of the Sanskrita Language”, Quarterly Review (February 1809) [Turner]
Granby: a Novel (1826) [Lister]
“Granby”, Edinburgh Review (February 1826) [Smith]
“The Grandame”, Poems on the Death of Priscilla Farmer: by her grandson Charles Lloyd (1796) [Lamb]
“My Grandfather's Legacy”, Literary Gazette (27 August 1825) [Pardoe]
Grandpapa: a Petite Comedy, interspersed with Music, in One Act (1825) [Payne]
“Grandpre's Voyage to Bengal”, Annual Review for 1803 (1804) [Southey]
“A Grandsire's Tale”, A Widow's Tale, and other Poems (1827) [Barton]
The Grave (1743) [Blair]
The Grave of Howard. A Poem (1790) [Bowles]
The Grave of the Last Saxon; or, the Legend of the Curfew. A Poem (1822) [Bowles]
“The Grave”, The Wanderer of Switzerland (1806) [Montgomery]
Gray's Elegy: translated into Latin Ovidian Verse (1822) [Colton]
“A Graybeard's Gossip about his Literary Acquaintance”, New Monthly Magazine (1847-1848) [Smith]
Great Expectations (1861) [Dickens]
“Great men have been among us”, Poems in Two Volumes (1807) [Wordsworth]
The Grecian Daughter: a Tragedy (1772) [Murphy]
“Greece”, Literary Gazette (17 November 1821) [Croly]
Greece, a Poem, in Three Parts; with Notes, Classical Illustrations, and Sketches of the Scenery (1814) [Haygarth]
“Greece in the Spring of 1825”, New Monthly Magazine (October-November 1825) [Pecchio]
Greece, in 1823 and 1824; being a Series of Letters and other Documents on the Greek Revolution, written during a Visit to that Country (1824) [Stanhope]
The Greek Revolution, its Origin and Progress: together with some Remarks on the Religion, National Character, &c. in Greece (1824) [Blaquiere]
Greene's Tu quoque, or, the Cittie Gallant (1614) [Cooke]
Greenwich Hospital, a Series of Naval Sketches, descriptive of the Life of a Man-of-war's Man (1826) [Barker]
“Gregoire—History of Religious Sects”, Quarterly Review (October 1822) [Southey]
“Greswell’s Memoirs of Angelus Politianus”, Annual Review for 1805 (1806) [Southey]
The Greville Memoirs; a Journal of the Reigns of King George IV. and King William IV. (1874–1887) [Greville]
“The Grey Brother”, Tales of Wonder (1801) [Scott]
“Griffith’s Travels in Europe, Asia Minor, and Arabia”, Annual Review for 1805 (1806) [Southey]
“Grimm's Ghost”, Memoirs, Letters, and Comic Miscellanies in Prose and Verse (1840) [Smith]
“The Grinding Organ”, Little Plays for Children (1827) [Edgeworth]
“Grongar Hill”, Miscellaneous Poems, by Several Hands (1726) [Dyer]
Guesses at Truth, by Two Brothers (1827) [Hare]
Guide to the Electric Telegraph (1852) [Archer]
The Guide to Trade: the Tailor (1840) [Carter]
A Guide to Health, Beauty, Riches, and Honour (1783) [Grose]
A Guide to Health or, Advice to both Sexes in a variety of Complaints. With an Essay on the Venereal Disease, Gleets, Seminal Weakness; and that destructive Habit called Onanism (1796) [Solomon]
Guillaume le franc-parleur; ou Observations sur les mœurs et les usages parisiens au commencement du XIXe siècle (1815) [Jouy]
Guilt, or, the Gipsey's Prophecy: a Tragedy (1819) [Mullner]
“Guilt and Sorrow; or Incidents upon Salibury Plain”, Poems, chiefly of Early and Late Years: including The Borderers, a Tragedy (1842) [Wordsworth]
The Guls Horne-booke (1609) [Dekker]
Gustavus Vasa, the Deliverer of his Country: a Tragedy (1739) [Brooke]
Gustavus Vasa, and other Poems (1813) [Walker]
“Guy Mannering, or the Astrologer”, Quarterly Review (January 1818) [Croker]
“Guy Faux”, The Examiner (12, 19, 26 November 1821) [Hazlitt]
“Guy Faux”, London Magazine (November 1823) [Lamb]
Guy Mannering, or, the Gipsey's Prophecy: a Musical Play, in Three Acts (1816) [Terry]
Guy Mannering, or, the Astrologer (1815) [Scott]
Gysbert van Amstel (1660) [Vondel]
Götter, Helden, Don-Quixote : Abstimmungen zur Beurtheilung d. literar. Epoche (1838) [Gutzkow]