To the Right Honourable and the Honourable the Houses of Lords and Commons. An abstract of a scheme ready for a bill for preventing the exportation of wool, : pursuant to the bill that was left in suspence when the last sessions of Parliament was prorogued, humbly presented upon the approbation and desires of the traders in the woolen manufacturies of most of the great cloathing towns in England.
Proposals to the honourable House of Commons, by John Goodwin, gent. How to raise four millions in five years; or eight hundred thousand pounds per annum, without demanding, distraining, or receiving one penny in money from the subject: demonstrated thus
The righteous in authority. A sermon preach'd before the... Lord-Mayor, the Court of Aldermen, and the liveries of the several companies of the city of London, at the parish church of St. Laurence Jewry, on Friday the 29th of September, 1738.... By John Goodwin,
Author: Goodwin, John Year: 1738
Publisher: London : printed for C. Rivington,
A treatise on justification: extracted from Mr. John Goodwin, by John Wesley. With a preface, wherein all that is material, in letters just published, under the name of the Rev. Mr. Hervey, is answered
Author: Goodwin, John Year: 1765
Publisher: Bristol : printed by William Pine,
Anticavalierism, or, Truth pleading as well the necessity as the lawfulnesse of this present warre : for the suppressing of that butcherly brood of cavaliering incendiaries, who are now hammering England to make an Ireland of it ...
Author: Goodwin, John Year: 1643
Publisher: London : Printed by G.B. and G.W. for Henry Overton,