Lightburn William : A thanksgiving sermon / preached at Christ-Church before the lords justices and council upon the 23 of October, 1661, by W.L., D.D., chaunter of Christ-Church, Dublin.
Lighterfoote Richard : Lighterfoote 1607 : a new almanacke and prognostication for the yeare of our Lord God 1607 ... / ... Lighterfoote ...
Lighterfoote Richard Active 1607 : Lighterfoote 1607 : A new almanacke and prognostication for the yeare of our Lord God, 1607. being the third [from leap year] and from the creation of the world, 5569. / Calculated ... Lighterfoote gentleman, student in astronomie and astrologie, and a general welwiller to the mathematical sciences. [Rectified] for the [meridian] of the famous citie of London, where the pole Artick is eleuated 51. degrees and 32. minutes. And generally seruing all this monarchy of great Britaine.
Lightfoot Peter Active 17th Century : A battell with a vvaspes nest, or, A reply to an angry and railing pamphlet, written by Master Joseph Heming, called Judas excommunicated, or A vindication of the communion of saints &c. : wherein his arguments are answered, his abuses whipt and stript, the question whether Judas received the sacrament debated, and the affirmative proved ...
Lightfoot William : The complaint of England : Wherein it is clearely prooued that the practises of traitrous papists against the state of this realme, and the person of her Maiestie, are in diuinitie vnlawfull, odious in nature, and ridiculous in pollicie. In the which they are reprooued of wilfull blindnes, in that they see not the filthines of the Romish gouernment: and conuinced of desperate madnesse, in that they feare not the mischiefe of Spanish inuasion: the former whereof is exemplified by the Popes practises both here in England, and abroad in other countries: the later by the Spaniards outrages, in his exactions raised vpon Naples, and his tyrannies executed in the Indies. Lastly the necessitie, equitie, and benefits of the late proceeding in iustice are set downe; with a friendly warning to seditious papists for their amendment; and an effectuall consolation to faithfull subiectes for their incouragement. Seene and allowed.