Louis Xiii 1601 1643 : A Conference betweene the two great monarchs of France and Spain, concerning these our present proceedings in England. : Wherein is discoursed of the being of our runawayes under their dominions, with a consideration of their dangers past, in the wars betwixt England and them.
Louis Xiv King Of France 1638 1715 Edit De Nantes : The French King's declaration, enjoining the execution of his edict in Octob. 1685. for the revocation of the Edict of Nants, &c. : Given at Versailles the 13th of Dec. 1698. and registred in Parliament. Faithfully translated from the original printed at Paris, 1698.; France.
Louth Ireland County Early Works To 1800 : By virtue of the power and instructions to us given (from the Commissioners General of the Revenue) for setting of tithes, &c. in the counties of Meath and Lowth : we do hereby sett unto [blank] the great tythes of the [blank] consisting of [blank] for this present harvest ... dated at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] 1655.
Louth Ireland County History : Colonisation and conquest in medieval Ireland : the English in Louth, 1170-1330 / Brendan Smith.; Smith, Brendan,
Love Christopher 1601 1643 : The humble petition of many cordial friends, : to this present parliament, inhabiting within the city of London, and places adjacent, in behalf of Mr. Christopher Love, prisoner in the Tower. Presented to the supreme authority, the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England. The 11. of July, 1651.
Love Christopher 1618 1651 Modest And Clear Vindication Of The Seri : Illumination to Sion Colledge. : Wherein, their calling to the Ministery (the foundation whereof not being built upon Christ) is dissipated, their arrogancy hereupon manifested, the extent of magistrates power in generall defined; the execution of the late King, and the seculusion of the late members of Parliament farther justified; the former declarations of Parliament and Scriptures which they cite, explained; their objections from the Covenant, removed in the grammaticall sense thereof; and the Parliament and Army from their aspersions in all vindicated. Being for answer, to the representation of their judgments, in a letter to the Generall, January 18. last: serves also to their vindication: and in part to a pamphlet intituled, Essex Watchmens watch-word: likewise in effect to a later libell (supposed Mr. Loves, intituled, A vindication of the ministers from the aspersions (alias the Etymologies) of Mr. Price, in his Clerico Classicum, &c. To which latter pamphlet, is annexed a briefe answer to what is not so fully hinted in that to the Ministers. / By J.L. as cordiall and fervent a thirster after the nations prosperity, as any.; J. L.