Littleton Adam 1627 1694 : Biblotheca Littletoniana. The library of the Reverend and learned Adam Littleton, D.D. : Prebendary of Westminster. Being a curious collection of books in divinity, history and philology, in Greek and Latin, in all volumes. With a collection of rabbinical and oriental authors. Also several scarce and valuable books in the French, Italian, Spanish, Portegueze, German, Dutch, Polish, Sclanonian, Muscovian, Danish, Swedish, Hungarian, Livonian and Irish languages. Will be sold by auction on Monday April 15th, 1695. and the following days, at three in the afternoon, at Tom's Coffee-House adjoying to Ludgate. By John Bullord. N.B. that the Acoran of Mahomet in Arabick, and several [illegible] authors in mss. are to be sold. Catalogues may be had at Mr. Notts in the Pall mall; Mr. Ropers at the Black Boy in Fleetstreet; Mr. Richard Parkers on the Piazza under the Royal Exchange, booksellers, and at the place of sale.; Bullord, John.
Littleton Edward 1626 Groans Of The Plantations : A discourse of the duties on merchandize, more particularly that on sugars : occasionally offer'd in answer to a pamphlet intituled The groans of the plantations, &c., exposing the weakness of the said pamphlet ... also shewing how the last imposition on sugars did truly affect that trade ... / by a merchant.; Merchant.
Liturgical Objects England : Certaine demandes with their grounds, drawne out of holy writ, and propounded in foro conscientiæ by some religious gentl. vnto the reverend fathers, Richard archbishop of Canterbury, Richard bishop of London, William bishop of Lincolne, Garvase bishop of Worcester, William bishop of Exeter, & Thomas bishop of Peterbourough : wherevnto the said gentl. require that it would please their lordships to make a true, plaine, direct, honest and resolute aunswere.
Liturgics Sermons : The expediency of a publick liturgy, to preserve the reverence of publick worship : a sermon preach'd at Bridgewater, for the satisfaction of an eminent dissenter / by Matthew Hole ...; Hole, Matthew,
Liturgies Early Works To 1800 : Divine physick for devout souls: or, Four serious vvords to the most grave and solid christians : that scruple at The book of common prayer. Viz. I. To serve God by a liturgie, is part of the publick worship of God. II. The forms of the generall part of the Liturgie, used in the Church of England, compared with such formes as we finde in Scripture. III. An help to scrupulous consciences touching some things most excepted against in the other parts of the rubrick appointed to be used on particular occasions. IIII. Wee ought not to refuse the rubrick or common-prayer because it is imposed by authority from men, but therefore to use it. By a moderate son of the church.; Gordon, Jones,
Liturgies England Early Works To 1800 : A sober and temperate discourse, concerning the interest of words in prayer : The just antiquity and pedigree of liturgies, or forms of prayer in churches: with a view of the state of the church, when they were first composed, or imposed. Together with a discovery of the weakness of the grounds upon which they were first brought in, or upon which Bishop Gawden hath lately discoursed, the necessity of a liturgy, or the inconveniency of altering the English liturgy, the utility of church musick, and the lawfulness of ceremonies: in which are mixed reasons justifying those godly Ministers, who forbear the use of the Common-Prayer, against the late out-cries of the said Bishop. By H.D. M.A.; H. D.
Liturgies History : A sober and temperate discourse, concerning the interest of words in prayer : the just antiquity and pedigree of liturgies, or forms of prayer in churches, with a view of the state of the church, when they were first composed, or imposed : together with a discovery of the weakness of the grounds upon which they were first brought in, or upon which Bishop Gawden hath lately discoursed, the necessity of a liturgy, or the inconveniency of altering the English liturgie, the utility of church music, and the lawfulness of ceremonies ... / by H.D., M.A. ...; H. D.
Liubatovich Olga Spiridonovna 1853 1917 : Five sisters : women against the tsar / edited and translated from the Russian by Barbara Alpern Engel and Clifford N. Rosenthal ; with a foreword by Alix Kates Shulman.