Ledger Thomas : A few words occasioned by a paper lately printed, stiled, A discourse concerning the Quakers. : Together with a call to magistrates, ministers, lawyers, and people to repentance. Wherein all men may see, that the doctrine and life of those people whom the world scornefully calls Quakers, is the very doctnrie [sic] and life of Christ. Written for the sake of the simple minded ones, who are willing to follow Christ under the crosse, and to deny all things to be his disciples. By a servant of the Lord, reproached by the world, and carnall worshippers, under the name of a Quaker; whose name in the flesh is Iames Nayler.; Naylor, James,
Ledger Thomas Discourse Concerning The Quakers : An answer to (vindicate the cause of the nick-named Quakers of such scandalls and untruths as is falsly cast upon them in a lying pamphlet, otherwise called) A discourse concerning the Quakers : set out by T.L., or, as I understand the signification of the letters, Tho.? Ledger / by Geo. Baiteman.; Baiteman, George.
Lee George 1592 : A True discourse of such straunge and woonderfull [sic] accidents as hapned in the house of M. George Lee of North-Aston, in the countie of Oxford : being in truth and matter of such especiall waight and consequence as sildome hath the like bene heard of before, which begun the 19 of Nouember 1591 and continued vntill Easter euen last past 1592 : justified by the credit of gentlemen of worship, and others of the countrey.
Lee Raymond Eliot 1886 1958 : The London observer : the journal of General Raymond E.Lee 1940-1941 / edited by James Leutze, with a foreword by Dean Acheson.; Lee, Raymond Eliot,
Lee Richard 1611 1684 : A Catalogue of the library of choice books, Latin and English, of ... Dr. Richard Lee of Kings-Hatfield in Hartfordshire, deceased : which will be exposed (to sale by way of auction, or out-cry, or who bids most) at the Parsonage-house in Hatfield, on Tuesday the 28th day of April, 1685.
Lee Richard Active 1639 1678 : This most deplorable case of an antient citizen : who hath been an old, honest, and faithful servant of, and very great sufferer for the interest of the city of London, is most humbly desired to be read over by all good citizens with great care, seriousness, and due consideration.; Lee, Richard,