Lane Charlton : Hartley Colliery. : Dedicated to the Rev. Charlton Lane, M.A., with every sentiment of gratitude, an profound respect, by his devoted friend and obliged servant / John Yarrow, January 26th, 1862.; Yarrow, John.
Lane John 1605 : The copy of a letter describing the wonderful woorke of God in deliuering a mayden within the city of Chester, from an horrible kinde of torment and sicknes 16. of february 1564; Fisher, John,
Lane John 1698 : A funeral sermon occasioned by the death of the Lady Lane : late wife of the Right Worshipful Sir Thomas Lane, Kt. and Alderman of the city of london, who died November the 29th. 1698 : and of John Lane, Esq., late father of the said Sir Thomas Lane, who died the 8th of December following ... / by Nathanael Taylor.; Taylor, Nathanael,
Lane Lady 1698 : A funeral sermon occasioned by the death of the Lady Lane : late wife of the Right Worshipful Sir Thomas Lane, Kt. and Alderman of the city of london, who died November the 29th. 1698 : and of John Lane, Esq., late father of the said Sir Thomas Lane, who died the 8th of December following ... / by Nathanael Taylor.; Taylor, Nathanael,
Lane Robert Fox : [Dispute between William Thornton and Robert Fox Lane over the election in York to fill the seat in Parliament left vacant by the death of Sir John Armytage].; Enemy to All Bribery and Corruption.
Langbaine Gerard 1609 1658 Review Of The Covenant : A case of conscience resolved. : Wherein it is cleared, that the King may without impeachment to his oath, touching the clergy at coronation, consent to the abrogation of episcopacy. And the objections against it in two learned treatises, printed at Oxford, fully answered. / By John Geree Master of Arts, and preacher of the word of God at St. Albans. Published acording to order.; Geree, John,
Langdale Marmaduke Baron 1598 1661 : The last proceedings of the Scots, : being a report by a messenger sent from the English Commissioners at Sunderland, with letters to the Lord Wharton, Sir Henry Vain, &c. Delivered to the Parliament on Saturdry [sic], Aprill 6. 1644. By Master John Hardy. With a warrant signed, by William Row. Secretary to the Commissionets [sic].; Hardy, John,
Langdale Marmaduke Duke Of 1598 1661 : A Declaration of the proceedings of Major General Massey, Sir Marmaduke Langdale, and Lieut. Col. John Lilburn, touching the King of Scots; : and the present engagement between the States of Holland, and the Parliament of England; with the coming of Prince Philip (son to the Queen of Bohemiah) the creating from Vice-Admiral; and three famous English ships taken. Likewise a remonstrance and declaration of the Presbyterians, and XV propositions sent to the most illustrious princess the Queen of Sweden.