Lupton Thomas Persuasion From Papistrie : The Christian against the Iesuite : Wherein the secrete or namelesse writer of a pernitious booke, intituled A discouerie of I. Nicols minister &c. priuily printed, couertly cast abrod, and secretely solde, is not only iustly reprooued: but also a booke, dedicated to the Queenes Maiestie, called A persuasion from papistrie, therein derided and falsified, is defended by Thomas Lupton the authour thereof. Reade with aduisement, and iudge vprightly: and be affectioned only to truth. Seene and allowed.; Lupton, Thomas.
Lute Early Works To 1800 : A nevv booke of tabliture : containing sundrie easie and familiar instructions, shevving hovve to attaine to the knovvledge, to guide and dispose thy hand to play on sundry instruments, as the lute, orpharion, and bandora: together vvith diuers nevv lessons to each of these instruments. VVhereunto is added an introduction to prickesong, and certaine familliar rules of descant, with other necessarie tables plainely shewing the true vse of the scale or gamut, and also how to set any lesson higher or lower at your pleasure. Collected together out of the best authors professing the practise of these instruments.; Barley, William,
Luther Anthony 1665 : Protestatio attestata coram Anthonio Luthero Armigero uno iusticiariorum pacis pro comitatu Essexiæ. ... = A protestation attested before Anthony Luther Esquire, one of the justices of the peace, for the county of Essex, vpon June 10. 1644. As the causes why the protesters could not heare in the publike assemblies of the Church of England, and so joyn in worship with that ministry.; Fage, Robert.
Luther Martin 1483 1546 Ad Librum Eximii Magistri Nostri Magistri A : The tryal of spirits both in teachers & hearers. : Wherein is held forth the clear discovery, and certain downfal of the carnal and antichristian clergie of these nations. Testified from the Word of God to the university-congregation in Cambridge. By William Dell. Whereunto is added a plain and necessary confutation of divers errors delivered by Mr Sydrach Simpson in a sermon preached to the same congregation the last commencement there, anno 1653. Wherein (among other things) is declared. That the universities (according to their present statutes and practices) are not answerable to the schools of the prophets in the time of the law; but to the idolatrous high places. And, that humane learning is not a preparation appointed by Christ, either for the right understanding or right teaching the Gospel. With a brief testimony against divinity-degrees in the universities. As also, Luthers testimony at large upon the whole matter. And lastly, the right reformation of learning, schools, and universities, according to the state of the Gospel, and the light that shines therein. All necessary for the instruction and direction of the faithful in these last times.; Dell, William,