Loddington William 1626 1711 Twelve Pagan Principles Or Opinions Fo : Quakerism is paganism, by W.L.'s confession; in a book directed to Mr. N.L. citizen of London: or, Twelve of the Quakers opinions, called by W.L. The twelve pagan principles, or opinions; for which the Quakers are opposed to Christians : examined and presented to William Penn. By W. R. a lover of Christianity.; Russel, William,
Lodge Robert : Several living testimonies / given forth by divers friends to the faithful labours and travels of that faithful and constant servant of the Lord, Robert Lodge ... ; also, two general epistles, written by himself long since to the believers in Christ, and are now printed for their edification and refreshment.
Lodge Robert Approximately 1636 1690 : Several living testimonies / given forth by divers Friends to the faithful labours and travels of that faithful and constant servant of the Lord Robert Lodge Who was a true minister of the Gospel of Christ, a valient sufferer for the testimony of a good conscience, & one that held out to the end, and is saved. Also, two general epistles, written by himself long since, to the believers in Christ; and are now printed for their edification and refreshment.
Lodge Thomas 1558 1625 Protogenes Can Know Apelles By His Line Thou : Playes confuted in fiue actions : prouing that they are not to be suffred in a Christian common weale, by the waye both the cauils of Thomas Lodge, and the play of playes, written in their defence, and other obiections of players frendes, are truely set downe and directlye aunsweared. By Steph. Gosson, stud. Oxon.; Gosson, Stephen,
Lodging Houses England History : At home in the institution : material life in asylums, lodging houses and schools in Victorian and Edwardian England / Jane Hamlett.; Hamlett, Jane.
Lodging Houses England London Early Works To 1800 : By the King : a proclamation against inmates and multitudes of dwellers in strait roomes and places in and about the cities of London, and for the rasing and pulling downe of certaine new erected buildings.; England and Wales.
Loe John Active 17th Century : A True and sad account of a barbarous bloody murther committed upon the person of John Mulleny, a hatter, late of the town of Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, who was murthered and cut to pieces by one John Loe, on the fifteenth of May, 1685 : giving a particular relation of all the circumstances that materially happened, as likewise, of the apprehending the murtherer, &c.
Loeb Richard A : Leopold and Loeb : the crime of the century.; Higdon, Hal.
Loewe Carl : The art ballad : Loewe and Schubert.; Bach, Albert Bernhard.
Loftus Dudley 1619 1695 Digamias Adikia : Sponsa nondum uxor, or, The marriage between the Lady Katharine Fitz-Gerald and Edward Villiers, Esq. / asserted by Robert Thompson ... ; being an answer to a treatise, intituled, Digamias adikia, &c. ; published under the name of Dudley Loftus Dr. of Laws, and judge of the Prerogative Court in Ireland.; Thompson, Robert,
Logarithms England Early Works To 1800 : A mathematical manual, containing tables of logarithmes for numbers, sines and tangents : with the manifold use thereof briefly explained and applied in arithmetick, geometry, astronomy, geography, surveying, navigation, dialling, gunnery, and gauging / by Henry Phillippes.; Phillippes, Henry,
Logarithms Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : New logarithmes. : The first inuention whereof, was, by the Honourable Lo: Iohn Nepair baron of Marchiston, and printed at Edinburg in Scotland, anno: 1614. ... These being extracted from and out of them (they being first ouer seene, corrected, and amended) require not at all any skill in algebra or cossike numbers ... / By John Speidell, professor of the mathematickes ...; Speidell, John,
Logging Maine : Forest life and forest trees : comprising winter camp-life among the loggers and wild-wood adventurers, with descriptions of lumbering operations on the various rivers of Maine and New Brunswick.; Springer, John S.