Lestrange Edmund Berry Sir 1621 1678 Observators Wherein The Eviden : The observator prov'd a trimmer: or, Truth and justice vindicated : in the history of the murther of Sir Edmundbury Godfrey, and the several popish shams since made use of to amuse the world about it. Being a full answer to certain late pamphlets, intituled, Observators; wherein the evidence of that gentlemans being murthered by papists, is very falsly stated; and the positions and practices of the Church of Rome, too favourably represented. Humbly dedicated to the clergy of England.
Lestrange Hamon 1583 1654 : The charge upon Sr. Hamon l'Estrange : together with his vindication and recharge.; L'Estrange, Hamon,
Lestrange Hamon 1605 1660 Observator Observd : Extraneus vapulans: or The observator rescued from the violent but vaine assaults of Hamon L'Estrange, Esq. and the back-blows of Dr. Bernard, an Irish-deane. / By a well willer to the author of the Observations on the history of the reign of King Charles.; Heylyn, Peter,
Lestrange Hamon 1605 1660 Reign Of King Charles : Observations on the historie of The reign of King Charles published by H.L. Esq., : for illustration of the story, and rectifying some mistakes and errors in the course thereof.; Heylyn, Peter,
Lestrange Roger Sir 1616 1704 Caveat To The Cavaliers : Som sober inspections made into those ingredients that went to the composition of a late cordial, call'd A cordial for the Cavaliers : for the satisfaction of som, who mis-apprehended the author.; Howell, James,
Lestrange Roger Sir 1616 1704 Dissenters Sayings : The assenters sayings : published in their own words for the information of the people : being in requital of Roger L'Estrange's Dissenters sayings / by an indifferent hand.; Indifferent hand.
Lestrange Roger Sir 1616 1704 Lestrange No Papist : Mr. L'Estrange refuted with his own arguments : being a reply to his late impertinent pamphlet entituled L'Estrange no papist : in farther justification of the informations sworn against him, before the lords of the secret committee / by J.P., Gent. ...; J. P.,
Lethieullier Christopher Sir 1690 : A sermon, preached at the funeral of Sir Christopher Lethieullier, knight and alderman of the City of London : at the parish church of St. Swithins, July 22. 1690. By Thomas Meriton, Rector of the parish church of S. Nicholas Coleabby, Lond. Now publish'd at the instance of his nearest relations.; Meriton, Thomas,
Letter From A Freeholder Of Buckinghamshire To A Friend In London : A true account of what past at the election of knights of the shire for the county of Bucks, : correcting several falsities and mistakes, in a late pamphlet entituled, A letter from a free-holder of Buckinghamshire, to a friend in London, &c. in another letter from an assured hand.
Letter From A Minister To A Person Of Quality Shewing Some Reasons For His : The nonconformists advocate, or, A farther account of their judgment in certain things in which they are misunderstood : written principally in vindication of A letter from a minister to a person of quality, shewing some reasons for his nonconformity, modesty answering the exceptions of two violent opposers of the said reasons.; Baxter, Richard,
Letter In Answer To The Late Dispensers Of Pope Benedict Xii His Bull : A vindication of the doctrine contained in Pope Benedict XII, his bull : and in the General Council of Florence, under Eugenius the III concerning the state of departed souls : in answer to a certain letter, printed and published against it, by an unknown author, under this title, A letter in answer to the late dispensers of Pope Benedict XII, his bull, &c., wherein the progress of Master Whites lately minted Purgatory is laid open and its grounds examined ... / by S.W.; Sergeant, John,
Letter To A Gentleman In Answer To A Late Book Entituled A Discourse Concer : A defence and continuation of the Discourse concerning the period of humane life : being a reply to a late answer, entituled A letter to a gentleman, &c. : to which is added, an appendix wherein several objections urged in private are considered, and Mr. Gales severe, but groundless charge is examined.; Allestree, Richard,
Letter To Mr Tho Edwards : Tub-preachers overturn'd or Independency to be abandon'd and abhor'd as destructive to the majestracy and ministery, of the church and common-wealth of England. : Proved in a satisfactory answer to a lybellous pamphlet, intituled A letter to Mr Thomas Edwards, with an infamous dedication. Shewing the vanity, folly, madness of the deboyst buff-coat, mechanick frize-coat, lay illiterate men and women, to usurpe the ministery, and audaciously vent their own hereticall opinions, in their hous- (alias tub) -- preachings. viz. Wiet a cobler. Robine a sadler. Sammon a sho-maker. Barde a smith. Kiffin a glover. Patience a taylor. Tue a girdler. Wilkin the meal-man. Fletcher a cooper. Hobson a taylor. Oates a button-maker. Ives a box-maker. Barbone a lether-seller. Parvis a gold-smith. Lamb a sope-boyler. Bignall a porter. Henshaw a confectioner, alias infectioner. Bulcher a chicken-man. Hawes a broaker. Duper a cow-keeper. Reader, I cannot inform thee of their christen names because 'tis questionable whether they have any.
Letter To The Catholicks Of England Ireland Scotland : A letter to a member of the House of Commons : in answer to a book entituled A letter to the Catholicks of England, Ireland, Scotland, and all other his Majesties, &c. / written by a lover of his country.; Lover of his country.
Letter To The Clergy Of The Diocess Of Norfolk And Suffolk And C : The Christian ministry of the Church of England vindicated and distinguished from the antichristian ministry of the Quakers : containing a brief reply to a false and foolish libel stiled A letter to the clergy of the diocess of Norfolk and Suffolk, &c., by a nameless author ... wherein his folly is detected, his lies confuted ... / by a member of the Church of England, Francis Bugg.; Bugg, Francis,