Lawrence John 1928 : When the fighting is over : Tumbledown a personal story / John Lawrence and Robert Lawrence, with Carol Price.; Lawrence, John,
Lawrence John Sir 1692 : Londons triumphs celebrated the 29th of October, 1664 : in honour to the truely deserver of honour Sir Iohn Lawrence Knight, Lord Maior of the honourable city of London, and performed at the costs and charges of the worshipful Company of Haberdashers, William Justice, Esq., Master, John King, Phillip Owen, Anthony Dowse, John Mascall, wardens / written by John Tatham Gent.; Tatham, John,
Lawrence Thomas 1645 1714 William Rogerss Christian Quaker : The third part of Babel's-builders unmask't, : in a reply to a piece of hypocrisy &c. published in the name of T. Laurence (against T.C.) whose great age may somewhat mittigate his crime : and therefore this is chiefly intended for the approvers thereof. Such as George Fox and his party.; Crisp, Thomas,
Lawrence William 1613 Or 14 1681 Or 2 : The vindication of Sr. John Stawells remonstrance, against a scurrilous pamphlet written by Mr. John Ash; entituled An answer to divers scandalls mentioned in the humble remonstrance of Sr. John Stawell. : As also an answer to a petition of William Lawrence of Edenburgh, Esq; whereunto certain reasons are annexed, directed to the honourable the referrees of his highness most honourable council. With a conclusion humbly offered unto his highnesse the Lord Protector. / Written by Sr. John Stawell. Wherunto are annexed, a letter of Sir Anthony Irbyes, and a short reply of Sr. David Watkins relating unto some parts of the said pamphlet.; Stawell, John,
Lawson George 1678 : Catalogus librorum in bibliothecis selectissimis doctissimorum virorum : viz., D. Georgii Lawsoni, Salopiensis, D. Georgii Fawleri, Londinensis, D. Oweni Stockdoni, Colcestriensis, D. Thomæ Brooks, Londinensis : quorum auctio habebitur Londini apud domum a / per Edoardum Millingtonum, Bibliopolam.
Lawson Jane 1680 : A true and sad relation of two wicked and bloody murthers : the one done by the Earl of Pembrook, and his company, upon a gentleman, a constable, and a watch-man, at Turnham-Green, five miles from London, on August the 19th. at night. The other was done by one Jane Lawson, the wife of James Lawson, living at East-Barnet, upon herself, and two small children, the one a boy between two and three years old, the other a girl about one year and a half old; on Wednesday the first of this instant September, 1680. full of horror and amazement. The circumstances of which is very true, and sad to read. Also, a strange account of two prophets, lately at the city of Tholouze, in France, with their nine prophecies.
Lawson John 1619 : A Christian taske : A sermon, preached at the funerall of Maister Iohn Lawson, Gentleman, at Prittlewell in Essex, the 28. of December. 1619. By Samuel Smith, minister of Gods Word at Prittlewell in Essex.; Smith, Samuel,
Lawson John Of Lancaster : Saul's errand to Damascus: with his packet of letters from the high-priests against the disciples of the Lord. Or A faithful transcript of a petition contrived by some persons in Lancashier, : who call themselves ministers of the Gospel, breathing out threatnings and slaughters against a peaceable & godly people there, by them nick-named Quakers. Together with the defence of the persons thereby traduced against the slanderous and false suggestions of that petition, and other untruths charged upon them. Published to no other end, but to draw out the bowels of tender compassion from all that love the poor despised servants of Jesus Christ, who have been the scorn of carnal men in all ages·; Fox, George,
Lawson Robert Sheriff Of Londonderry : A true relation of severall acts, passages and proceedings, done, undertaken, suffered and performed, by Captaine Robert Lawson, now one of the sheriffes of the city and county of London-Derry : upon and since the first beginning of the great and generall rebellion in Ireland, in severall parts and places within the province of Ulster. With a true copy of his commission at Lysnegarvy, a copy of a letter to Sir Robert Stewart from the commissioners, and copies of his warrants to his two lieutenants and quarter-master to command in his absence, with a true copy of another commission for raysing of men in London-Derry, with a true certificate under the hands of the colonels, commissioners, and captaines in generall, touching his carriage in and about London-Derry, with his commission of agencie from the city of London-Derry during his abode in London.