Kynaston John : The case of John Kynaston, of Hordley, in the county of Salop, Esq [electronic resource] : lineal heir of Edward Kynaston, of Hordley aforesaid, Esq., next cousin, in blood, and heir of Edward the last Lord Grey of Powys.; Kynaston, John.
Kyninghame Euphemia : In pious memorie of the right worthie and vertuous Euphemia Kyninghame, who in the prime of her youth died the 23. of Iulie, 1616..; Drummond, William,
Kynnestar John 1572 : A true reporte or description of an horrible, wofull, and moste lamentable murther : doen in the citie of Bristowe by one Ihon Kynnestar, a sherman by his occupation, declaryng howe wickedly he murthered his owne wife, in the monethe of August laste paste, and beyng taken, was ha[n]ged the same moneth 1572 and now newly set forth in print the .xxv. daie of the monethe of Ianuary. 1573.; D. S.,
Kyrgyzstan Religious Life : Fragile conviction [electronic resource] : changing ideological landscapes in urban Kyrgyzstan / Mathijs Pelkmans.; Pelkmans, Mathijs,
Kyrl Anne 1677 : The great treaty of peace: or, A serious exhortation upon a sad occasion to double diligence about making peace with God : Part whereof was preached at the funeral of Mrs. Anne Kyrl, April 6. 1677. To which is added, the character of that worthy gentlewoman. By H. S. minister of the Gospel.; H. S.
L B Right Religion : Rome's conviction: or, A discoverie of the unsoundness of the main grounds of Rome's religion, : in answer to a book, called The right religion, evinced by L.B. Shewing, 1. That the Romish Church is not the true and onely Catholick Church, infallible ground and rule of faith. 2. That the main doctrines of the Romish Church are damnable errors, & therefore to be deserted by such as would be saved. By William Brownsword, M.A. and minister of the Gospel at Douglas Chappell in Lancashire.; Brownsword, William,
L C Active 1612 : Responsio apologetica ad libellum cuiusdam Doctoris Theologi; Preston, Thomas,
L P Laurence Price Active 1625 1680 : A warning to all lewd livers. : By the example of a disobedient child, who riotously wasted and consumed his fathers and mothers goods, and also his own, among strumpets and other lewd livers, and after died most miserably on a dung-hill. To the tune of, Sir Andrew Barton.
L Talabot Freres : Résultat des expériences faites a Lyon, en 1839 [electronic resource] : sous la direction et surveillance d'une Commission Spéciale nommée par la Chambre de commerce, pour l'essai en grand du nouveau procédé de MM. L. Talabot frères, pour la conditionnement de la soie par la dessication absolue : comprenant les procès-verbaux des séances de la Commission et les délibérations prises, a ce sujet, par la Chambre de commerce.; Chambre de commerce et d'industrie de Lyon.
La Chapelle Armand Boisbeleau De 1676 1746 : An account of the cruel persecutions rais'd by the French clergy since their taking sanctuary here [electronic resource] : against several worthy ministers, gentlemen, gentlewomen, and tradesmen, dissenting from their calvinistical scheme ... : shewing also the grossness and licentiousness of their daily calumnies against Mr. De La Pillonniere ... : and containing a detection of fraud in the distribution of the 1500 l. of the Royal Bounty ... : in answer to some private letters of Mr. De La Chapelle ... / by Claudius Rey ...; Rey, Claudius.
La Motte John 1570 1655 : Abrahams interment, or, The good old-mans buriall in a good old age : opened in a sermon at Bartholomews Exchange, July 24, 1655, at the funerall of the worshipfull John Lamotte, Esq., sometimes alderman of the city of London / by Fulk Bellers ... ; unto which is added a short narrative of his life and death.; Bellers, Fulk,
La Mousse Jean De 1650 1699 : Les indiens de la Sinnamary : journal du père Jean de La Mousse en Guyane (1684-1691) / introduction, édition & notes de Gérard Collomb.; La Mousse, Jean de,