Leigh Charles 1662 1701 : An examination of Mr. John Colbatch his books : viz. I. Novum lumen chirurgicum, II. Essay of alkalies and acids, III. An appendix to that essay, IV. A treatise of the gout, V. The doctrin of acids further asserted &c. VI. A relation of a person bitten by a viper &c. : to which is added an answer to Dr. Leigh's remarks on a treatise concerning, the heat of the blood : together with remarks on Dr. Leigh's book intituled Exercitationes quinq. ... : as also a short view of Dr. Leigh's reply to Mr. Colbatch &c. / by Richard Boulton of Brazen-nose College in Oxford.; Boulton, Richard,
Leigh Ferdinando 1655 : A sermon preached at Lincolns-Inne, July 15th. 1655 : At the funerall of Ferdinando Leigh Esq; son to the Right Honourable the Lord Leigh, of Stoneleigh. And a member of that honourable society. By Brune Ryves, D.D. and D. of C. preacher to that honourable society.; Ryves, Bruno,
Leigh Richard 1649 Or 50 1728 : A Description of the Academy of the Athenian virtuosi : with a discourse held there in vindication of Mr. Dryden's Conquest of Granada against the author of the Censure of the Rota.
Leigh Thomas 1602 : The Christians vvatch: or, An heauenly instruction to all Christians, to expect with patience the happy day of their change by death or doome : Preached at Prestbury Church in Cheshire, at the funerals of the right worshipfull Thomas Leigh of Adlington Esquire, the 16. of February anno 1601. By William Leigh Bacheler of Diuinitye, and pastor of Standish in the countie of Lancaster.; Leigh, William,
Leigh William 1550 1639 : Strange newes of a prodigious monster : borne in the towneship of Allington in the parish of Standish in the Countie of Lancaster, the 17. day of Aprill last, 1613. Testified by the reuerend diuine Mr. W. Leigh, Bachelor of Diuinitie, and preacher of Gods word at Standish aforesaid.
Leighton Alexander 1568 1649 Appeal To The Parliament : An epitome or briefe discoverie, from the beginning to the ending, of the many and great troubles that Dr. Leighton suffered in his body, estate, and family, for the space of twelve years and upwards. : Wherein is laid down the cause of those sufferings; namely that book called Sions plea against the prelacie, together with the warrantable call that he had to the work: and also, the hard and heavie passage of the prelates proceedings against him, in the high Commission, and Star-Chamber. And lastly, their invective speeches in the said Court of Star-Chamber; from the impeachment whereof, and the accusations charged upon him, he vindicates himself by a just defence.; Leighton, Alexander,
Leighton Alexander 1568 1649 Appeal To The Parliament Or Sions Plea : Whereas Alexander Leighton, a Scottish man borne, who was lately sentenced by the honourable Court of Starre-Chamber, to pay a great fine to His Maiestie, and to vndergoe corporall punishment, for writing, printing, and publishing a very libellous and scandalous booke against the king and his gouernment, hath this 11th day of nouember, escaped; England and Wales.
Leighton Harcourt : By the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament : instructions, rules and directions, to be observed & put in execution by Collonel Martin Pinder, Harcourt Leighton, Thomas Harbert, and Captaine Iohn Potter, esquires, and commissioners of Parliament in the army, established by both Houses of Parliament, under the command of Sir Thomas Fairfax, knight, commander in cheife, and all other persons whom these instrutions &c doe or may concerne.; England and Wales.
Leijdsman Ship : Slawehandel met Madagaskar : die joernale van die Kaapse slaweskip Leijdsman, 1715 / geredigeer deur Piet Westra & James C. Armstrong = Slave trade with Madagascar : the journals of the Cape slaver Leijdsman, 1715 / edited by Piet Westra & James C. Armstrong.
Leininger Madeleine : Madeleine Leininger : cultural care diversity and universality theory / Cheryl L. Reynolds, Madeleine Leininger.; Reynolds, Cheryl L.
Leipzig Battle Of 1631 Poetry Early Works To 1800 : The tvvo famous pitcht battels of Lypsich, and Lutzen : wherein the ever-renowned Prince Gustavus the Great lived and died a conquerour: with an elegie upon his untimely death, composed in heroick verse by John Russell, Master of Arts, of Magdalene Coll. in Cambridge.; Russell, John,