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Author / [Publication date] Title
Lucan, 39-65. / [1600] Lucans first booke translated line for line, by Chr. Marlovv.
Lucian, of Samosata. / [1700?] Lucian's Charon: or, A survey of the follies of mankind Translated from the Greek. With notes, and a prefatory dialogue in vindication of translations.
Fontenelle, M. de (Bernard Le Bovier), 1657-1757. / [1684] Lucian's ghost: or, Dialogues between the dead, wandering in the Elyzian shades. Being certain satyrical remarques upon the vain ostentatious humours of several learned and philosophical men and women, as well ancient as modern. Composed first in French, and now paraphras'd into English, by a person of quality.
[1672] Lucifer faln, or, Some reflections on the present estate of the low-countries.
[1680] Lucifer's bull to the Pope and his prelates vvritten at the beginning of the reformation, and now published for the confirmation of Protestants, and confusion of papists.
[1686] Lucilla and Elizabeth, or, Donatist and Protestant schism parallel'd
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus, ca. 4 B.C.-65 A.D. / [MDCLIII 1653] Lucius Annæus Seneca, his first book of clemency written to Nero Cæsar.
Univocè-catholicus. / [1607] Lucta Iacobi: or, A bonefire for His Maiesties double deliuerie, from the deluge in Perth, the 5. of August, 1600. And the doomesday of Britaine, the 5. of Nouember. 1605. Seene and allowed.
Magdalen College (University of Oxford) / [1612] Luctus posthumus siue Erga defunctum illustrissimum Henricum Walliæ Principem, Collegij Beatæ Mariæ Magdalenæ apud Oxonienses Mecænatem longè indulgentissimum, Magdalenensium officiosa pietas.
Clark, James, 1660-1723. / [Anno Dom. 1700] Lucubratiuncula poetica de moribus rite instituendis. Ubi etiam Decalogus, Precatio dominica, & Symbolum apostolorum. ...
[Printed in the year, 1659] Ludgates late petition, to the Parliament. And the prison of the fleets letter to Mr. Caril, answered, &c.
Wingate, Edmund, 1596-1656. / [M DC LIV 1654] Ludus mathematicus, or, The mathematical game explaining the description, construction, and use of the numericall table of proportion, by help whereof, and of certain chessmen (fitted for that purpose) any proportion, arithmetical or geometrical (without any calculation at all, or use of pen), may be readily and with delight resolved when the term exceeds not 1000000 / by E.W.
Wynell, John, fl. 1660-1670. / [1660] Lues venera wherein the names, nature, subject, causes, signes, and cure, are handled, mistakes in these discovered, rectified, doubts and questions succinctly resolved / by John Wynell ...
Hutton, Luke, d. 1596. / [between 1681-1684] Luke Huttons lamentation, which he wrote the day before his death, being condemned to be hang'd at York, for his robberies and trespasses committed thereabouts. To the tune of, Wandring and wavering.
England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. / [1661.] Lunæ 25. Novemb. 13 Caroli Regis Secundi. Resolved upon the question by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that no member of this House doe grant any protection to any but such only as are their meniall servants ...
[1700?] The lusty lad of London: or, The pleasant wooing betwixt brawny Will a wine-cooper, and a wealthy merchant's fair widow. To the tune of, A soldier and a sailor.
Du Perron, Jacques Davy, 1556-1618. / [1642] Luthers Alcoran being a treatise first written in French by the learned Cardinall Peron, of famous memory, against the Hugenots of France, and translated into English by N.N.P. : the page following sheweth the particular contents of the booke, which consisteth of symbolismes, parallells, identities.
Perrin, J. P. Jean Paul. / [1624] Luthers fore-runners: or, A cloud of witnesses, deposing for the Protestant faith. Gathered together in the historie of the Waldenses: who for diuers hundred yeares before Luther successiuely opposed popery, professed the truth of the Gospell, and sealed it with their bloud ... Diuided into three parts. The first concernes their originall beginning ... The second containes the historie of the Waldenses called Albingenses. The third concerneth the doctrine and discipline which hath bene common amongst them, and the confutation of the doctrine of their aduersaries. All which hath bene faithfully collected out of the authors named in the page following the preface, by I.P.P. L. Translated out of French by Samson Lennard.
Anderton, Lawrence. / [anno 1624. With permission of superiors] Luthers life collected from the writinges of him selfe, and other learned Protestants, together with a further shorte discourse, touchinge Andreas Melanchton, Bucer, Ochine, Carolostadius, Suinglius, Caluine and Beza, the late pretended reformers of religion. Taken from the onely reporte of learned Protestants themselues. By Iohn Brerely priest and author of the Protestants apologie.
Troughton, John, 1637?-1681. / [1678] Lutherus redivivus, or, The Protestant doctrine of justification by Christ's righteousness imputed to believers, explained and vindicated. Part II: by John Troughton, Minister of the Gospel, sometimes Fellow of S. John's Coll. in Oxon ... [quotation, Augustine. Epist. 105].
Boileau Despréaux, Nicolas, 1636-1711. / [1682] Le Lutrin an heroick poem / written originally in French by Monsieur Boileau ; made English by N. O.
Fauntleroy, Thomas. / [1654. i.e. 1653] Lux in tenebris. Or, A clavis to the Treasury in Broad-Street.
[1662] Lux matutina, or, Some beams and dawnings of early light breaking forth of ancient history discovering the judgement and practice of the primitive times in reference to ceremonies and church-discipline.
Ramesey, William, 1627-1675 or 6. / [1651] Lux veritatis: or, Christian judicial astrology vindicated, and demonology confuted: in answer to Nath. Homes, D.D. Wherein his allegations of the learned, reasons, divine proofs, and arguments, are particularly examined and convinced. With the legality of the art maintained and warranted by Scripture. Whereunto is annexed, a short discourse of that great eclipse of the sun, March 29. 1652. By William Ramesey Gent. student in astrologie and physick.