Lost Works Of Art Poland Catalogues : Straty wojenne : malarstwo Polskie : obrazy olejne, pastele, akwarele, utracone w latach 1939-1945 w granicach Polski po 1945 / opracowanie katalogu Anna Tyczyńska, Krystyna Znojewska = Wartime losses : Polish painting : oil paintings, pastels, watercolours lost between 1939-1945 within post-1945 borders of Poland / catalogued prepared by Anna Tyczynska, Krystyna Znojewska.; Tyczyńska, Anna.
Lotherton Hall : Furniture at Temple Newsam House and Lotherton Hall : a catalogue of the Leeds collection.; Temple Newsam House
Lothian Annabella Kerr Countess Of 1652 : Nobilissimi Comitis Lothianae, Domini Neobotelli Roberti Cari, et lectissimæ domimæ [sic] Annabellae Campobellae filiæ illusrissimi [sic] Comitis Argatheliae epithalamium; Julius, Alexander.
Lothian James : Three great victories : I. obtained by Collonel Jones, and adjutant general Louthanie, in the entring of the town of Chester, where they took all the northeast part of the town, and the barres, and all the outworks, and works, as farre as the east gate, with all the particulars of the said fight, and the summons sent in, for the surrender of the city and castle : II. the taking of the devizes, by lieutenant generall Cromwell, with the aricles whereupon it was surrendred, on Tuesday the 24. of September, 1645, with all the particulars, about the same : III. the copie of a letter from lieutenant generall Leshley, to his excellency the Earl of Leven, of the glorious victory obtained in Scotland against Montrosse, 3 barons, killed upon the place, 2500 also slain, 700 killed in persuit, 500 laid down their armes, 6 lords, and 1700 others taken prisoners, amongst which many of quality, and a list of the names of the chiefest of those were slain and taken, 4000 armes taken, and all Montrosses carriages and ammunition, bag and baggage : commanded to be printed ... publish'd according to order.
Lothian Robert Kerr Earl Of 1624 : Nobilissimi Comitis Lothianae, Domini Neobotelli Roberti Cari, et lectissimæ domimæ [sic] Annabellae Campobellae filiæ illusrissimi [sic] Comitis Argatheliae epithalamium; Julius, Alexander.
Lothian William Kerr Earl Of 1605 1675 : Papers from Scotland of transactions of the Scots Commissioners, : concerning the King and the Parliament of England. Delivered at the convention of estates at Edinburgh. Also a conference by the Marquis of Arguile, the Earle Louderdaile, and the Lord Lothean, with the English Commissioners. And the proceedings of the Grand Committee of Estates, and the Commissioners of the Kirk of Scotland.; Rosse, William.
Lotteries England London Early Works To 1800 : State lottery, 1783. : The tickets, are sold and divided into halves, quarters, eighths, and sixteenths, by Hazard and Co. stock-brokers, at their State Lottery Exchange, no. 93, under the Royal Exchange, London, and no where else on their account.; Hazard and Co. (Stock-brokers : London, England)
Lotteries England London Poetry Early Works To 1800 : Londons lotterie : with an incouragement to the furtherance thereof for the good of Virginia, and the benefite of this our natiue countrie, wishing good fortune to all that venture in the same[.] To the tune of Lusty Gallant.
Lotteries England Poetry : Diluvium lachrymarum : a review of the fortunate & unfortunate adventurers : a satyr in burlesque, upon the famous lottery, set up in Freeman's-yard in Corn-hill.
Lotteries England Poetry Early Works To 1800 : The wheel of fortune: or, Nothing for a penny : Being remarks on the dawing [sic] the penny-lottery, at the Theatre-Royal, in Dorset-Garden, with the characters of some of the honourable trustees, and all due acknowledgments paid to his honour the undertaker. Written by a person who was cursed mad he had not the thousand pound lot.
Lotteries Italy : A translation of the articles established by the most excellent magistracy of revisors and regulators of the publick revenue in the exchequer at Venice and approved by the Senate the 5th of March, 1693 : in matter of erecting a profitable adventure for the fortunate of one hundred and fifty thousand tickets or bolletines of two ducats each : March the 9th, 1693.; Neale, Thomas,
Lotteries Law And Legislation England London : By the Maior of London : where as a very rich lo[t]terie generall hath now lately bene erected by the order of our [m]ost dread soueraigne Lady, the Queenes most excellent M[a]iestie, and by Hir Highnesse commaundement since publish[ed] within this Hir Highnesse citie of London, the xxiii daye of August, in the ix yeare of Hir Maiesties most prosperous raigne ...; City of London (England).