Light Religious Aspects Christianity : A single eye all light, no darkness; or light and darkness one: : In which you have it purely discussed, 1. The original of darkness. 2. What darkness is. 3. Why it is called darkness. As also, what God is within, and what without; how he is said to be one, yet two; when two and not one, yet then one, and not two. Likewise a word from the Lord touching the onely resurrection of the body, in, from, and to the Lord. With a certain parcel of quaeries to be answered from Heaven or Hell / This revealed in L.C. one of the Universality.; Claxton, Laurence,
Light Religious Aspects Early Works To 1800 : A Christian epistle to Friends in general : of weighty concern, for their present and future peace and safety from the soul's adversary's subtill devices and snares of death. To be carefully communicated to the children of light, and professors thereof every where. Being faithfully given forth, and recommended from the spirit of Christ; by his servant George Whitehead.; Whitehead, George,
Lighterage Great Britain Tables : Marshall's lighter-man's best assistant, or, Coal-dealer's guide [electronic resource] : containing tables, exactly calculated for the ready finding out the true value of any quantity of coals, from 1 to 400 chaldrons, from 19£ per score to 40£ per score, reckoning 21 chaldrons to the score, including the metage-money : together with two tables, one of 25£, the other of 40£ per score, without the metage : the whole (having full explanations of the use of the several tables) is very necessary for lighter-men, coal-merchants, and all gentlemen who have any occasion to buy or sell large quantities of coals.; Marshall,
Lightermen England Thames River : Additional rules and bye-laws for the regulation of the watermen and lightermen of the River Thames [electronic resource] / by the Court of Mayor and Aldermen of the city of London.; City of London (England).
Lightfoot William Gent : The case of the widdow and children of John Sayer Esq, deceased and William Lightfoot, Gent : relating their title to the mannour of Bidstone about to be impeached by a bill brought in before the Lords of Parliament in order to be passed into an act for restoring the Earl of Derby to the said mannor.
Lighthouses England Harwich Early Works To 1800 : Charles the Second by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. ... whereas we have been informed by the humble peition of Sir William Batten, Knight, surveyor of our navy, that the port of Harwich is a very convenient harbour, but difficult to come into .... [electronic resource].