Luxembourg Foreign Relations France : An account of the plot laid by the French in 1730 [electronic resource] : for the blowing up, and utterly destroying the city of Luxembourg, by setting fire to its principal powder-magazines : translated from the French, published on Monday last at The Hague.
Luxembourg History 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : The secret history of the confederacy, &c. : Discovered in a conference between the French King and his chief officers. To which is added, articles between Luxemburgh, &c. as also, expedients proposed for a peace. Translated out of French.
Luxuries : Luxury strategy in action / edited by Jonas Hoffmann, Associate Professor of Marketing, SKEMA Business School, France and Ivan Coste-Manière, Professor of Marketing, SKEMA Business School, France.
Luxuries Social Aspects : The cult of the luxury brand : inside Asia's love affair with luxury / Radha Chadha & Paul Husband.; Chadha, Radha.
Luxuries Taxation France : Économie politique [electronic resource] : des postes, des diligences, des voitures publiques, des voitures de luxe, des impots somptuaires, etc., etc., etc. / par le baron de Lacuée.; Lacuée, Jean-Girard,
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Lviv Ukraine History : Geschichte der Juden in Lemberg [microform] : von den ältesten Zeiten bis zur Theilung Polens im Jahre 1792 : aus Chroniken und archivalischen Quellen bearbeitet / von Jecheskiel Caro.; Caro, Jecheskel,
Lyceums : The Sunday-opening of the lyceums and public gardens defended [electronic resource] : being an answer to a letter by "J. H." to T.H. Williams, Esq., condemning the opening of lyceums and public gardens on the Sunday / by a member of a lyceum.; Member of a Lyceum.
Lycurgus : Modern philosophy and barbarism, or, A comparison between the theory of Godwin and the practice of Lycurgus [electronic resource] : an attempt to prove the identity of the two systems and the injurious consequences which must result to mankind from the principles of modern philosophy carried into practice / by W.C. Proby.; Proby, William C.