Law T S : The socialist poems of Hugh MacDiarmid / ed. by T.S. Law and T. Berwick.
Law Thomas : Naturall experiments, or, Physicke for the poor : the first part containing 1. severall approved medicines for all diseases, 2. rules and directions for purging ... 3. the way of making oyles, ointments, pultises, plaisters and drinks ... : being a compleat method of physick, so plain and easie that the meanest capacities may attain it : the second part containing severall quaint experiments, both profitable & delightfull / by Tho. Law ...
Law Thomas Active 1585 1589 : A most rare & true report, of such great tempests, straunge sightes, and wonderfull accidents, which happened by the prouidence of God, in Hereford shire, at a place called the Hay, and there abouts, : besides the sightes of strannge [sic] fowles, which there were seene, most fearefull to beholde, with their horrible cryes & strangeness, with the great hurt was done by them..
Lawas Jose M : Agricultural diversification and development : the Philippine viewpoint.
Lawasia Human Rights Committee : East Timor trials : report of the observer mission to the trials of Francisco Branco and Gregorio Saldanha, March 1992, Dili, East Timor, by Rodney Lewis ; Report on the subversion and criminal trials of East Timorese students in Jakarta, Indonesia / edited by Carlos P. Medina, Jr.
Lawcey William : Sir Phillip Stapleton dead of the sicknesse at Callice: : and the names of others of the 11 impeached members that went over with him. And their truncks, chests, and boxes of moneys, and jewels, found in the ship by Captain Batten. Also severall proposalls which they had to make to the Queen of England and to the state of France: whither they are not now admitted to come and of their going to Flushen, and the reasons thereof, certified by a letter from Dover.
Lawe Robert 1617 Or 18 : Pia Fraus, or, Absalom's theft : being a sermon preached to a country-congregation on the thirtieth of January last, being the anniversary fast for the martyrdom of King Charles the First / by R.L., M.A.
Lawes Henry 1602 1645 : Psalterium Carolinum. : The devotions of His sacred Majestie in his solitudes and sufferings, rendred in verse. / Set to musick for 3 voices and an organ, or theorbo, by John Wilson Dr. and music professor of Oxford.