L B Active 16th Century : The examination, confession, and condemnation of Henry Robson : fisherman of Rye, who poysoned his wife in the strangest maner that euer hitherto hath bin heard of.
L B P : Planēs apokalypsis : Popery manifested, or, The papist incognito made known : by way of dialogue betwixt a papist priest, Protestant gentleman, and Presbyterian divine : in two parts : intended for the good of those that shall read it / by L.B.P.
L D Active 1610 : A sermon preached in London before the right honorable the Lord Lavvarre, Lord Gouernour and Captaine Generall of Virginea, and others of his Maiesties Counsell for that kingdome, and the rest of the aduenturers in that plantation : At the said Lord Generall his leaue taking of England his natiue countrey, and departure for Virginea, Febr. 21. 1609. By W. Crashaw Bachelar of Diuinitie, and preacher at the Temple. Wherein both the lawfulnesse of that action is maintained, and the necessity thereof is also demonstrated, not so much out of the grounds of policie, as of humanity, equity, and Christianity. Taken from his mouth, and published by direction.
L D Active 1624 : A defence of the Appendix. Or A reply to certaine authorities alleaged in answere to a catalogue of Catholike professors, called, An appendix to the Antitdote : VVherein also the booke fondly intituled, The Fisher catched in his owne net, is censured. And the sleights of D. Featly, and D. VVhite in shifting off the catalogue of their owne professors, which they vndertooke to shew, are plainly discouered. By L.D. To the Rt. VVorshipfull Syr Humphry Lynde.
L D L F : Histoire de la conspiration d'Angleterre / traduite de l'Anglois du sieur L'Estrange par L.D.L.F.
L E : A plain defence of the Protestant religion, fitted to the meanest capacity : being a full confutation of the net for the fishers of men, published by two gentlemen lately gone over to the Church of Rome. Wherein is evidently made appear, that their departure from the Protestant religion was without cause of reason. Written for publick good by L. E. a son of the Church of England, as by law established.
L Elizabeth 1690 : Short remains of a dead gentlewoman and wife: published by her surviving husband, for the continuance and advancement of her memory, and the good example of those to whose hands it may come
L P : A vvonderful prophesie / declared by Christian James, a maid of twenty years of age (late daughter to Daniel James) ... ; contrived into meeter by L.P. to the tune of In summer time.
L P Active 17th Century : The merry bell-man's out-cryes, or, The city's O yes : being a mad merry ditty both pleasant and witty, to be cry'd in prick-song prose through country and city ... / not by L.P. but J.C.
L P Master Of Arts : Two essays sent in a letter from Oxford to a nobleman in London : the first concerning some errors about the creation, general flood, and the peopling of the world : in two parts : the second concerning the rise, progress, and destruction of fables and romances, with the state of learning / by L.P., Master of Arts.
L P Sufferer And Wel Wisher To Poor Prisoners : The prisoners enlargement, or, The poor mans release out of prison : discovering the misery that poor men endure through the cruelty of their hard-hearted creditors : and the worthy behaviour and carriage of the referrees [sic] concerning prisoner : and their releasing by their meanes great number of poor souls : also, shewing how poor men may be relieved, and releas'd out of prison that have hard-hearted creditors to deal withall : desiring all men whatever to prevent imprisonment / written by a sufferer and wel-wisher to poor prisoners, L.P.
L R Active 1590 : A subtill practise, vvrought in Paris by Fryer Frauncis : who to deceiue Fryer Donnet of a sweet skind nun which he secretly kept, procured him to go to Rome, where he tolde the Pope a notable lie concerning the taking of the king of France prisoner by the Duke de Mayne: for which, they whipt ech other so greeuously in Rome, that they died thereof within two dayes after.