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Le Bossu, René, 1631-1680. / [1695] Monsieur Bossu's treatise of the epick poem containing many curious reflexions, very useful and necessary for the right understanding and judging of the excellencies of Homer and Virgil / done into English from the French, with a new original preface upon the same subject, by W.J. ; to which are added, An essay upon satyr, by Monsieur D'Acier ; and A treatise upon pastorals, by Monsieur Fontanelle.
Le Clerc, Jean, 1657-1736. / [1699] A supplement to Dr. Hammond's paraphrase and annotations on the New Testament in which his interpretation of many important passages is freely and impartially examin'd, and confirm'd or refuted : and the sacred text further explain'd by new remarks upon every chapter / by Monsieur Le Clerc ; English'd by W. P. ; to which is prefix'd a letter from the author to a friend in England, occasion'd by this translation.
Le Clerc, Jean, 1657-1736. / [1690] Five letters concerning the inspiration of the Holy Scriptures translated out of French.
Le Comte, Louis, 1655-1728. / [1697] Memoirs and observations typographical, physical, mathematical, mechanical, natural, civil, and ecclesiastical, made in a late journey through the empire of China, and published in several letters particularly upon the Chinese pottery and varnishing, the silk and other manufactures, the pearl fishing, the history of plants and animals, description of their cities and publick works, number of people, their language, manners and commerce, their habits, oeconomy, and government, the philosophy of Confucius, the state of Christianity : with many other curious and useful remarks / by Louis Le Compte ... ; translated from the Paris edition, and illustrated with figures.
Le Fèvre, Nicaise, 1610-1669. / [1664] A discourse upon Sr Walter Rawleigh's great cordial by N. le Febure ... ; rendred into English by Peter Belon ...
Le Grand, Antoine, d. 1699. / [1675] Man without passion, or, The wife stoick, according to the sentiments of Seneca written originally in French, by ... Anthony Le Grand ; Englished by G.R.
Le Grand, Antoine, d. 1699. / [1694] An entire body of philosophy according to the principles of the famous Renate Des Cartes in three books, (I) the institution ... (II) the history of nature ... (III) a dissertation of the want of sense and knowledge in brute animals ... / written originally in Latin by the learned Anthony Le Grand ; now carefully translated from the last corrections, alterations, and large additions of the author, never yet published ... by Richard Blome.
Le Grand, Antoine, d. 1699. / [1676] The divine Epicurus, or, The empire of pleasure over the vertues compos'd by A. LeGrand ; and rendred into English by Edward Cooke.
Le Moyne, Pierre, 1602-1671. / [1695] Of the art both of writing & judging of history with reflections upon ancient as well as modern historians, shewing through what defects there are so few good, and that it is impossible there should be many so much as tolerable / by the Jesuit Father Le-Moyne.
Le Moyne, Pierre, 1602-1671. / [1652] The gallery of heroick women written in French by Peter Le Moyne of the Society of Jesus ; translated into English by the Marquesse of Winchester.
Le Pays, Monsieur, 1634-1690. / [1673] The drudge, or The jealous extravagant a piece of gallantry.
Le Petit, Jean François, 1546-ca. 1615. / [1609] The Low-Country common wealth contayninge an exact description of the eight vnited Prouinces. Now made free. Translated out of french by Ed· Grimeston
Le Petit, Jean François, 1546-ca. 1615. / [Anno Dom. 1608] A generall historie of the Netherlands VVith the genealogie and memorable acts of the Earls of Holland, Zeeland, and west-Friseland, from Thierry of Aquitaine the first Earle, successiuely vnto Philip the third King of Spaine: continued vnto this present yeare of our Lord 1608, out of the best authors that haue written of that subiect: by Ed. Grimeston.
Le Roy, Adrian, ca. 1520-1598. / [Anno. 1574] A briefe and plaine instruction to set all musicke of eight diuers tunes in tableture for the lute With a briefe instruction how to play on the lute by tablature, to conduct and dispose thy hand vnto the lute, with certaine easie lessons for that purpose. And also a third booke containing diuers new excellent tunes. All first written in French by Adrian Le Roy, and now translated into English by F. Ke. gentleman.
Le Sylvain, ca. 1535-ca. 1585. / [1596] The orator handling a hundred seuerall discourses, in forme of declamations: some of the arguments being drawne from Titus Liuius and other ancient vvriters, the rest of the authors owne inuention: part of which are of matters happened in our age. Written in French by Alexander Siluayn, and Englished by L.P.
Le White, Thomas. / [1660] A brief character of Englands distraction being the copy of a letter sent into the country by a gentleman of the Middle-Temple / by Th. Le. Wh.
Leach, Edmund, 17th cent. / [1651] A short supply or amendment to the propositions for the new representative, for the perpetual peace and quiet of this nation, and other parts (which be or shall be incorporated with the same) in the enjoyment of their just rights and liberties. Which were lately published by Will: Leach of the middle Temple, Gent. And now published at the request of divers well-affected and eminent Christians of the congregated churches of this nation. / Written and proposed by Edmund Leach of New England, Merchant.
Leach, Edmund, 17th century. / [1652] Deceptio intelectus & visus. Or the lawyers vviles unmasked Being the plain innocent mans path-way, for a speedy end at a cheap rate, in any perplexed or troublesome cause, without multitudes, or any bauling or wrangling lawyers to obscure the truth, by their jeering, and endeavouring to daunt all that shal speak either as partee, friend, witness or otherwise; which hath been too common. By Edm. Leach, of London, merchant.
Leach, Edmund, of London. / [1652] The down-fall of the vnjust lawyers, with the monopolizing officers, who have devoured much of the wealth of this nation, and the rising of the just written and proposed in order to the abolishing the chargeablenesse of proceedings in law-suits / by Edmund Leach of London, merchant.
Lead, Jane, 1623-1704. / [1695?] The wonders of God's creation manifested, in the variety of eight vvorlds as they were made known experimentally to the author J. Lead.
Lead, Jane, 1623-1704. / [1683] The revelation of revelations particularly as an essay towards the unsealing, opening and discovering the seven seals, the seven thunders, and the New-Jerusalem state ... / published by J.L. ...
Lead, Jane, 1623-1704. / [1696] A message to the Philadelphian Society whithersoever dispersed over the whole earth. Together with, a call to the several gathered churches among Protestants in this nation of England. By J. Lead.
Lead, Jane, 1623-1704. / [1695] The laws of paradise, given forth by wisdom to a translated spirit.
Lead, Jane, 1623-1704. / [1681] The heavenly cloud now breaking the Lord Christ's ascension-ladder sent down to shew the way to reach the ascension and glorification through the death and resurrection / by J. Leade.
Lead, Jane, 1623-1704. / [1697] A fountain of gardens Vol. II. Being a continuation of the process of a life according to faith, of the divinely magical knowledge, and of the new creation. In mutual entertainments betwixt the essential wisdom, and the soul in her progress through paradise, to Mount Sion, and to the new Jerusalem. By J. Lead.
Lead, Jane, 1623-1704. / [1696] A fountain of gardens watered by the rivers of divine pleasure, and springing up in all the variety of spiritual plants; blown up the pure breath into a paradise, sending forth their sweet savours, and strong odours, for soul-refreshing. By Jane Lead.
Lead, Jane, 1623-1704. / [1694] The Enochian walks with God found out by a spiritual-traveller, whose face towards Mount-Sion above was set ... : with an experimental account of what was known, seen, and met withal there, as to an essay to a further revelation of an immense and infinite latitude of God's love ... / written by Jane Lead, in this year 1694.
Lead, Jane, 1623-1704. / [printed in the year, 1699] The ascent to the mount of vision where many things were shewn, concerning I. The first resurrection; II. The state of separated souls; III. The patriarchal life; IV. The kingdom of Christ: with an account of the approaching blessed state of this nation.
Leanerd, John, fl. 1679. / [1678] The rambling justice, or, The jealous husbands with the humours of Sir John Twiford : as it is acted at the Theatre Royal / by John Leanerd.
Leanerd, John, fl. 1679. / [1679] The counterfeits a comedy as it is acted at the Duke's Theatre.
Learned and Judicious Divine. / [in the yeare 1638] A guide unto Sion. Or certaine positions, concerning a true visible church Wherein the nature of a true church is so plainely described, as all men may easily decerne the same from false assemblies. Written by a learned and judicious divine.
Learned and reverend divine. / [Printed in the year of Gods great and merciful deliverance from sundry Romish and Jesuiticall plots against this state and kingdome. 1643] A letter vvritten by a learned and reverent divine, to William Laud, now L. Bishop of Canterbury: concerning his inclination to popery, perswading him not to halt betweene two opinions, but to be stedfast to the Protestant religion.
Learned divine. / [1641] Certaine queries of some tender conscienced christians about the late protestation commended to them by the House of Commons now assembled in the high and honourable court of Paliament [sic] : wherein they desire to bee resolved concerning written by a Learned Divine.
Learned phisition. / [1603] Present remedies against the plague Shewing sundrye preseruatiues for the same, by wholsome fumes, drinkes, vomits and other inward receits; as also the perfect cure (by implaisture) of any that are therewith infected. Now necessary to be obserued of euery housholder, to auoide the infection, lately begun in some places of this cittie. Written by a learned physition, for the health of his countrey.
Leblanc, Vincent, 1554-ca. 1640. / [1660] The world surveyed, or The famous voyages & travailes of Vincent le Blanc, or White, of Marseilles ... containing a more exact description of several parts of the world, then hath hitherto been done by any other authour : the whole work enriched with many authentick histories / originally written in French ; and faithfully rendred into English by F.B., Gent.
Lechford, Thomas, ca. 1590-1644? / [1642] Plain dealing, or, Nevves from New-England a short view of New-Englands present government, both ecclesiasticall and civil, compared with the anciently-received and established government of England in some materiall points : fit for the gravest consideratin in these times / by Thomas Lechford ...
Lee, Francis, 1661-1719. / [1690] The labouring persons remembrancer, or, A practical discource of the labour of the body with suitable devotions.
Lee, Nathaniel, 1653?-1692. / [between 1680-1682] The true lovers tragedy: being an incomparable ballad of a gentleman and his lady, that both killed themselves for love, under the disguised names of Philander and Phillis, Phillis Philanders scattered garments finds, and thinks him slain, for which with fate she joyns, and with her fatal poiard striketh deep, as life no longer can it's station keep, the crimson streams so fast flowd from her veins, yet dying, of her loves dear loss complains: no sooner death had closed up her starry eyes, but her return'd Philander her espyes; and finding that for him she lost her breath, he kills himself, and crowns his love with death. To the tune of, Ah cruel bloody fate.
Lee, Nathaniel, 1653?-1692. / [1675] The tragedy of Nero, emperor of Rome as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, by His Majesties servants / by Nathaniel Lee ...
Lee, Nathaniel, 1653?-1692. / [1682] To the Duke on his return written by Nat. Lee.
Lee, Nathaniel, 1653?-1692. / [1680] Theodosius, or, The force of love a tragedy, acted by Their Royal Highnesses servants, at the Duke's Theatre / written by Nat. Lee ; with the musick betwixt the acts.
Lee, Nathaniel, 1653?-1692. / [1676] Sophonisba, or, Hannibal's overthrow a tragedy, acted at the Theatre-Royall, by their majesties servants / written by Nathaniel Lee.
Lee, Nathaniel, 1653?-1692. / [1677] The rival queens, or, The death of Alexander the Great acted at the Theater-Royal by their majesties servants / by Nat. Lee ...
Lee, Nathaniel, 1653?-1692. / [1689] On the death of Mrs. Behn. By Nat. Lee, gent.
Lee, Nathaniel, 1653?-1692. / [1689] The Princess of Cleve, as it was acted at the Queens Theatre in Dorset-Garden / by Nath. Lee ...
Lee, Nathaniel, 1653?-1692. / [1678] Mithridates, King of Pontus a tragedy : acted at the Theatre Royal by Their Majestie's servants / written by Nat. Lee.
Lee, Nathaniel, 1653?-1692. / [1676] Gloriana, or, The court of Augustus Cæsar acted at the Theatre-Royal, by Their Majesties servants / by Nat. Lee.
Lee, Nathaniel, 1653?-1692. / [1681] Lucius Junius Brutus, father of his country a tragedy : acted at the Duke's Theater, by their royal highnesses servants / written by Nath. Lee.
Lee, Nathaniel, 1653?-1692. / [1690] The massacre of Paris a tragedy : as it is acted at the Theatre Royal by their majesties servants / written by Nat. Lee ...
Lee, Nathaniel, 1653?-1692. / [1684] Constantine the great, a tragedy acted at the Theatre-Royal, by their majesties servants / written by Nat. Lee ...
Lee, Nathaniel, 1653?-1692. / [1680] Cæsar Borgia, son of Pope Alexander the sixth a tragedy acted at the Duke's Theatre by their Royal Highnesses servants / written by Nat. Lee.
Leech, Humphrey, 1571-1629. / [Permissu superiorum, M.DC.IX 1609] Dutifull and respective considerations vpon foure seuerall heads of proofe and triall in matters of religion Proposed by the high and mighty prince, Iames King of Great Britayne, France, and Ireland &c. in his late booke of premonition to all christian princes, for clearing his royall person from the imputation of heresy. By a late minister & preacher in England.
Leech, John, 1565-1650? / [ca. 1590] Certaine grammar questions for the exercise of young schollers in the learning of the Accidence
Leech, John, epigrammatist. / [anno Dom M.DC.XXIII. 1623] Ioannis Leochæi Epigrammatum libri quatuor
Leech, John, epigrammatist. / [anno Dom. 1617] Iani sperantis strena calendis Januarii anno Dom. 1617. Authore Joanne Leochæo Celurcano Scoto.
Leech, John, fl. 1617-1623. / [1617] Iohan. Leochæi nemesis poëtica
Leeds, Daniel, 1652-1720. / [anno 1688] The temple of vvisdom for the little world in two parts. The first philosophically divine, treating of the being of all beeings, and whence everything hath its origins as heaven, hell, angels, men and devils, earth, stars and elements. And particularly of all mysteries concerning the soul, and of Adam before and after the fall. Also, a treatise of the four complexions, and the causes of spiritual sadness, &c. To which is added, a postscript to all students in arts and sciences. Second part, morally divine, containing abuses stript and whipt, by Geo. Wither, with his description of fair virtue. Secondly. A collection of divine poems from ... Essayes and religious meditations of Sir Francis Bacon, Knight. Collected, published and intended for a general good. By D.L.
Lefèvre, Raoul, fl. 1460. / [In the yere of oure lord, M.CCCC. Fowre skore and twelve, and fynysshed the secunde day of Iuyne 1492] The veray trew history of the valiau[n]t knight Iaso[n] how he conquerd or wan the golden fles, by the counsel of Medea and of many othre victoryouse and wondrefull actis and dedys that he dyde by his prowesse and cheualrye in his tyme
Lefèvre, Raoul, fl. 1460. / [1473 or 1474] hEre begynneth the volume intituled and named the recuyell of the historyes of Troye, composed and drawen out of dyuerce bookes of latyn in to frensshe by the ryght venerable persone and worshipfull man. Raoul le ffeure. preest and chapelayn vnto the ryght noble gloryous and myghty prynce in his tyme Phelip duc of Bourgoyne of Braband [et]c in the yere of the incarnacion of our lord god a thousand foure honderd sixty and foure, and translated and drawen out of frenshe in to englisshe by Willyam Caxton mercer of ye cyte of London, at the comau[n]deme[n]t of the right hye myghty and vertuouse pryncesse hys redoubtyd lady. Margarete by the grace of god. Duchesse of Bourgoyne of Lotryk of Braband [et]c., whiche sayd translacion and werke was ... fynysshid in the holy cyte of Colen the. xix. day of septembre the yere of our sayd lord god a thousand foure honderd sixty and enleuen [sic] [et]c ...
Lefèvre, Raoul, fl. 1460. / [1477] For as moche as late by the comau[n]dement of the right hye [and] noble princesse my right redoubted lady my lady Margarete by the grace of god Duchesse of Bourgoyne Brabant [et]c. [...] as to the historie of Iason [...]
Legrand, Jacques, ca. 1365-1415. / [1487] [Here begynneth the table of a book entytled the book of good maners.]
Leicester, John. / [1641. i.e. 1643] An elegiacall epitaph upon the deplored death of that religious and valiant gentlemen, Colonell Iohn Hampden Esquire, a worthy Member of the honourable House of Commons in Parliament who received his death wound in a battell neere Chinnar in Oxfordshire, and deceased at Thame. June, the 27. M D CXLIII.
Leicester, John. / [1646 i.e. 1647] [E]nglands miraculous preservation emblematically described, erected for a perpetual monument to posterity. By John Leicester.
Leicester, Philip Sidney, Earl of, 1619-1698. / [1642] An armie for Ireland conducted by the Lord Lithe [Lisle], son to the right honourable, the Earle of Licester, Lord Deputy of Ireland being a vote of both houses in Parliament for the sending of a speedy ayd into Ireland consisting both of the Scottish and English army : speaking of the great feare that the city of Dublin hath been in and in what danger to be taken sundry times, but now most valiantly defended by the Scottish volunteers and the English army with an excellent copy of a letter sent from the Lord Moore to Sir William Baker in England : speaking of all the greevances and meseries of the Protestants whatsoever as also of all the bloody designes that the rebels intended to take the castle.
Leicester, Robert Dudley, Earl of, 1532?-1588. / [tertio Idus Ianuarij. 1585] In aduentum illustrissimi Lecestrensis comitis ad Collegium Lincolniense
Leigh, Charles, 1662-1701? / [1700] The natural history of Lancashire, Cheshire, and the Peak in Derbyshire with an account of the British, Phœnician, Armenian, Gr. and Rom. antiquities in those parts / by Charles Leigh ...
Leigh, Dorothy. / [1616] The mothers blessing. Or The godly counsaile of a gentle-woman not long since deceased, left behind her for her children containing many good exhortations, and godly admonitions, profitable for all parents to leaue as a legacy to their children, but especially for those, who by reason of their young yeeres stand most in need of instruction. By Mris. Dorothy Leigh.
Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671. / [1641] A treatise of the divine promises in five bookes : in the first, a generall description of their nature, kinds, excellency, right use, properties, and the persons to whom they belong : in the foure last, a declaration of the covenant it selfe .../ by Edvvard Legh ...
Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671. / [1656] A treatise of religion & learning and of religious and learned men consisting of six books, the two first treating of religion & learning, the four last of religious or learned men in an alphabetical order ... / by Edward Leigh ...
Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671. / [1646] A treatise of divinity consisting of three bookes : The first of which handling the Scripture or Word of God, treateth of its divine authority, the canonicall bookes, the authenticall edition, and severall versions, the end, properties, and interpretation of Scripture : The second handling God sheweth that there is a God, and what he is, in his essence and several attributes, and likewise the distinction of persons in the divine essence : The third handleth the three principall works of God, decree, creation and providence / by Edward Leigh ...
Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671. / [1654] A systeme or body of divinity consisting of ten books : wherein the fundamentals and main grounds of religion are opened, the contrary errours refuted, most of the controversies between us, the papists, Arminians, and Socinians discussed and handled, several Scriptures explained and vindicated from corrupt glosses : a work seasonable for these times, wherein so many articles of our faith are questioned, and so many gross errours daily published / by Edward Leigh.
Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671. / [1644] A speech, of Colonell Edward Leigh, as it was delivered by himselfe to the honourable House of Commons, upon occasion of presenting a Stafford-shire petition: as also the petition it selfe, presented by the same colonell, and divers other gentlemen of Stafford-shire, on Munday the thirtieth of Septem. 1644.
Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671. / [1657] Select and choyce observations, containing all the Romane emperours the first eighteen by Edward Leigh ... ; the others added by his son Henry Leigh ... ; certain choyce French proverbs, alphabetically disposed and Englished added also by the same Edward Leigh.
Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671. / [1658] Second considerations concerning the High Court of Chancery, and the most excellent ordinance for the regulation and limitation of that court by Edw. Leigh, Gent.
Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671. / [1648] The saints encouragement in evil times: or Observations concerning the martyrs in generall with some memorable collections out of Foxes three volumes. Martin Luther. The covenant and promises. Living and dying by faith. By Edward Leigh Esquire.
Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671. / [1658] A philologicall commentary, or, An illustration of the most obvious and useful words in the lavv with their distinctions and divers acceptations, as they are found as well in reports antient and modern as in records and memorials never printed : usefull for all young students of the law / by Edward Leigh ...
Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671. / [1663] Fœlix consortium, or, A fit conjuncture of religion and learning in one entire volume, consisting of six books : the first treating of religion in general ... the second of learning ... the third, fourth, fifth and sixth books particularizing the men eminent for religion or learning ... : in an alphabetical order / by Edward Leigh ...
Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671. / [1659] England described: or The several counties & shires thereof briefly handled. Some things also premised, to set forth the glory of this nation. / By Edward Leigh Esquire, Mr of Arts of Magdalen-Hall in Oxford.
Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671. / [1661] Choice observations of all the kings of England from the Saxons to the death of King Charles the First collected out of the best Latine and English writers, who have treated of that argument / by Edward Leigh ...
Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671. / [1650] Annotations upon all the New Testament philologicall and theologicall wherein the emphasis and elegancie of the Greeke is observed, some imperfections in our translation are discovered, divers Jewish rites and customes tending to illustrate the text are mentioned, many antilogies and seeming contradictions reconciled, severall darke and obscure places opened, sundry passages vindicated from the false glosses of papists and hereticks / by Edward Leigh ...
Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671. / [1657] Annotations on five poetical books of the Old Testament (viz.) Job, Psalmes, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Canticles / by Edward Leigh ...
Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671. / [MDCLXIV 1664] Analecta Caesarum Romanorum, or, Select observations of all the Roman emperors illustrated with their several effigies according to their coins / the first eighteen by Edward Leigh ... ; the others added by his son Henry Leigh ... : also certain choice French proverbs ; alphabetically disposed and Englished, added by the same Edward Leigh.
Leigh, Richard 1649 or 50-1728. / [1673] The transproser rehears'd, or, The fifth act of Mr. Bayes's play being a postscript to the animadversions on the preface to Bishop Bramhall's vindication, &c. : shewing what grounds there are of fears and jealousies of popery.
Leigh, Richard, 1561?-1588. / [1641] The copie of a letter sent ovt of England to an ambassadour in France for the King of Spaine declaring the state of England contrary to the opinion of Don Bernardin and of all his partizans Spaniards and others : wherunto are adioyned certain advertisements concerning the losses and distresses happened to the Spanish navy as well in fight with the English navie in the narrow seas of England : as also by tempests and contrary winds upon the west and north coasts of Ireland in their returne from the northerne isles beyond Scotland.
Leigh, Richard, 1649 or 50-1728. / [1675] Poems upon several occasions, and, to several persons by the author of The censure of the Rota.
Leigh, Richard, 1649 or 50-1728. / [1673] The censure of the Rota on Mr. Driden's Conquest of Granada.
Leigh, William, 1550-1639. / [1612] Queene Elizabeth, paraleld in her princely vertues, with Dauid, Iosua, and Hezekia 1 With Dauid her afflictions, to build the Church 2 With Iosua in her puissance, to protect the Church· 3 With Hezechia in her pietie, to reforme the Chureh [sic]. In three sermons, as they were preached three seuerall Queenes dayes. By William Leigh, Bachelor of Diuinitie.
Leigh, William, 1550-1639. / [1606] Great Britaines, great deliuerance, from the great danger of Popish powder by way of meditation, vpon the late intended treason against the Kings most excellent Maiestie, the Queene, the Prince, and all their royall issue: with the high court of Parliament at Westminster, there to haue been blowne vp by the Popish faction, the fift of Nouember, 1605. If God of his great mercy had not preuented the mischiefe.
Leigh, William, 1550-1639. / [1609] The first step, towards heaven, or Anna the prophetesse sacred haunt, to the temple of God. Preached at Standish Church in the Countie of Lancaster. By VVilliam Leigh, Batchillor of Diuinity and paster there. With the second edition of great Brittaines deliuerance, newly corrected and enlarged by the author.
Leigh, William, 1550-1639. / [1613] The drumme of deuotion striking out an allarum to prayer, by signes in heauen, and prodigies on earth. Together with the perfume of prayer. In tvvo sermons, preached by William Leigh, Bachilor in Diuinitie, and pastor of Standish in Lancashire.
Leigh, William, 1550-1639. / [1605] The Christians vvatch: or, An heauenly instruction to all Christians, to expect with patience the happy day of their change by death or doome Preached at Prestbury Church in Cheshire, at the funerals of the right worshipfull Thomas Leigh of Adlington Esquire, the 16. of February anno 1601. By William Leigh Bacheler of Diuinitye, and pastor of Standish in the countie of Lancaster.
Leighton, Robert, 1611-1684. / [MDCXCII 1692] Sermons preached by Dr. Robert Leighton, late archbishop of Glasgow published at the desire of his friends, after his death, from his papers written with his own hand.
Leighton, Robert, 1611-1684. / [1693] A practical commentary, upon the two first chapters of the first epistle general of St. Peter. By the most reverend Dr. Robert Leighton, some-time arch-bishop of Glasgow. Published after his death, at the request of his friends
Leighton, Robert, 1611-1684. / [MDCXCIV 1694] A practical commentary upon the first epistle general of St. Peter. Vol. II containing the third, fourth and fifth chapters / by the most Reverend Robert Leighton ... ; published after his death at the request of his friends.
Leighton, William, Sir, fl. 1603-1614. / [1603] Vertue triumphant, or A liuely description of the foure vertues cardinall dedicated to the Kings Maiestie.
Leighton, William, Sir, fl. 1603-1614. / [Anno Dom. 1613] The teares or lamentations of a sorrowfull soule. Set foorth by Sir William Leighton Knight, one of his Maiesties honorable band of pentioners
Leius, Matthias. / [Anno Domini. 1621] Matthiæ Leij, Aruillarij vbij Germani, liber De triumphata barbarie
Leland, John, 1506?-1552. / [1589] Principum, ac illustrium aliquot & eruditorum in Anglia virorum, encomia, trophæa, genethliaca, & epithalamia. A Ioanne Lelando antiquario conscripta, nunc primùm in lucem edita. Quibus etiam adiuncta sunt, illustrissimorum aliquot herôum, hodiè viuentium, aliorúmq[ue] hinc indè Anglorum, encomia et eulogia: à Thoma Newtono, Cestreshyrio, succisiuis horulis exarata
Leland, John, 1506?-1552. / [Anno M.D.XLII. 1542] Naeniae in mortem Thomæ Viati equitis incomparabilis. Ioanne Lelando antiquario. autore
Leland, John, 1506?-1552. / [1582] A learned and true assertion of the original, life, actes, and death of the most noble, valiant, and renoumed Prince Arthure, King of great Brittaine Who succeeding his father Vther Pendragon, and right nobly gouerning this land sixe and twentie yeares, then dyed of a mortall wounde receyued in battell, together vvith victory ouer his enemies. As appeareth cap. 9. And was buried at Glastenbury. cap. 12. an. 543. Collected and written of late yeares in lattin, by the learned English antiquarie of worthy memory Iohn Leyland. Newly translated into English by Richard Robinson citizen of London. Anno Domini. 1582.
Leland, John, 1506?-1552. / [1549] The laboryouse iourney [and] serche of Iohan Leylande, for Englandes antiquitees geuen of hym as a newe yeares gyfte to Kynge Henry the viij. in the. xxxvij. yeare of his reygne, with declaracyons enlarged: by Iohan Bale
Leland, John, 1506?-1552. / [M.D.XLV. 1545] Kykneion asma. Cygnea cantio. / Autore Ioanne Lelando antiquario.
Leland, John, 1506?-1552. / [Anno M.D.XLIII. 1543] Genethliacon illustrissimi Eäduerdi Principis Cambriae, Ducis Coriniæ, et Comitis Palatini libellus ante aliquot annos inchoatus, nunc uerò absolutus, & editus: Ioanne Lelando antiquario autore. Libellus candido lectori. ...
Leland, John, 1506?-1552. / [anno M.D.XLVI 1546] Enkōmion tēs eirēnēs. = Laudatio pacis. Ioanne Lelando antiquario autore
Leland, John, 1506?-1552. / [Anno Domini 1545] Bononia gallo mastix in laudem felicissimi victoris Henrici Octaui Anglici, Francici, Scottici, Hibernici / Ioanne Lelando antiquario autore ...
Leland, John, 1506?-1552. / [Anno 1544] Assertio inclytissimi Arturij Regis Britanniae. Ioanne Lelando antiquario autore. Ad candidos lectores ...
Lemaire de Belges, Jean, b. 1473. / [Anno Domini M.ccccc.xxxix. 1539] The abbreuyacyon of all generall councellys holden in Grecia, Germania, Italia, and Gallia, compyled by Joh[a]n le maire de belges, most excellent hystoryograffer to kynge Lowys the. xii. of late french kynge dedycated to the sayd kyng Lowys. Ann d[omi]ni. 1519. Translated by Joh[an] gowgh the prynter herof, by the kynges gracyous priuilege, for. vii. yeres ensewynge, dwellynge in Lumbarstrete agaynst the stockys market.
Lemnius, Levinus, 1505-1568. / [1576] The touchstone of complexions generallye appliable, expedient and profitable for all such, as be desirous & carefull of their bodylye health : contayning most easie rules & ready tokens, whereby euery one may perfectly try, and throughly know, as well the exacte state, habite, disposition, and constitution, of his owne body outwardly : as also the inclinations, affections, motions, & desires of his mynd inwardly / first written in Latine, by Leuine Lemnie ; and now Englished by Thomas Newton.
Lemnius, Levinus, 1505-1568. / [1587] An herbal for the Bible Containing a plaine and familiar exposition of such similitudes, parables, and metaphors, both in the olde Testament and the newe, as are borrowed and taken from herbs, plants, trees, fruits and simples, by obseruation of their vertues, qualities, natures, properties, operations, and effects: and by the holie prophets, sacred writers, Christ himselfe, and his blessed Apostles vsually alledged, and into their heauenly oracles, for the better beautifieng and plainer opening of the same, profitably inserted. Drawen into English by Thomas Newton.
Lennox, James Stuart, Duke of, 1612-1655. / [1641] The Dvke of Lenox his honovrable and vvorthy speech in the high court of Parliament in Scotland Octob. 28, 1641 concerning the Kings Majesties returne into England : and a certaine affront which was given to himselfe and the Marquisse Hamilton when they first came to take their places in the Parliament House.
Lenthall, John, Sir, 1625-1681. / [1658?] To the right honourable the Commons in Parliament assembled, the humble petition of Sir John Lenthal, Knight
Lenthall, William, 1591-1662. / [1641 i.e. 1642] Two letters of note the one master speakers letter ordered by the honorable House of Commons to the high sheriffe and gentry of Yorke-shire : the other from the lords of the counsell in Ireland to the high court of Parliament here in England, &c.
Lenthall, William, 1591-1662. / [1641] The trve coppy of a letter sent by Mr. Speaker to the sheriffes of several counties namely, Worcester, Cambridge, Huntington, Lecester, North-hampton, Warwick, and Rutland, which have not as yet paid in the poll-money : with the copy of an order sent from the Lords and Commons now assembled in Parliament to these severall counties before-named, for the speedy transportation of that money to York for disbanding of His Majesties army, and they that are found faulty, shall incurre both the ill-opinion and severe punishment of both Houses of Parliament, August 24, 1641.
Lenthall, William, 1591-1662. / [1660] A true narrative of the particular profits and gaines made by me William Lenthall from 1648 during the time I was speaker.
Lenthall, William, 1591-1662. / [Printed in the yeare, MDCXLI. 1641] The true coppy of a letter sent by Mr Speaker to the sheriffes of severall counties. Namely: Worcester, Cambridge, Huntington, Lecester, North-hampton, Warwick, and Rutland. Which have not as yet paid in the poll-money. With the copy of an order sent from the Lords and Commons now assembled in Parliament to these severall counties before-named, for the speedy transportaion of that money to York for disbanding of his Majesties army. And they that are found faulty, shall incurre both the ill-opinion and severe punishment of both Houses of Parliament. August 24. 1641.
Lenthall, William, 1591-1662. / [1642] To his very loving friends, the high sherife, and iustices of peace of the county of Surrey.
Lenthall, William, 1591-1662. / [1660] Reasons humbly offer'd why the name of William Lenthall should be left out of the exception in the Act of oblivion
Lenthall, William, 1591-1662. / [1641] Mr. Speakers speech on Thursday the thirteenth of May 1641 as it was delivered to the Kings Majesty before the Lords in Parliament at the presenting of these three bills, viz : an act for the shortning of Michaelmas term, for the pressing of marriners for the kings ships, for the remainder of the six entire subsidies.
Lenthall, William, 1591-1662. / [1641] Mr. Speakers speech in the Lords House of Parliament, June 22, 1641
Lenthall, William, 1591-1662. / [1641] Mr. Speakers speech before His Majestie and both Houses of Parliament, after his returne from Scotland, upon passing the Bill for Tunnage and Poundage, on Thursday the 2. of December, relating the present distempers of England and Ireland also, the King's most excellent Majestie's speech to the honourable House of Parliament the same Thursday Deceb. 2, 1641.
Lenthall, William, 1591-1662. / [1641 i.e. 1642] Mr. Speakers letter to the Kings most excellent Majestie, Febr. 16, 1641 concerning the great affayres, and state of the kingdome.
Lenthall, William, 1591-1662. / [1641 i.e. 1642] Master Speakers letter ordered by the honorable House of Commons to be sent to the high sheriffe and gentry of Yorkshire shewing their dislike of such as have endeavoured to perswade the countrey that their petition to the Parliament was ill relished : secondly, their dislike of such as have endevoured to perswade godly ministers that their exercises are not acceptable to the House : thirdly, their dislike of such as have endevoured to perswade the trained band from going in Hull upon the Parliament order : also shewing their great acceptation of the Yorkshire petition and how ready they are to take care for the discharging the billet-money in that county : likewise the Parliament wondring at the impudencie of those men who dare to hinder the advancement of the glory of God & of his worship and also to scandalize the piety of the house in so high a measure : likewise shewing how ready they are to propagate religion : also desiring and enjoyning the high sheriff to return the names of all those who have vented these untruths and disswaded the trained band in Holdernesse from entring into Hull.
Lenthall, William, 1591-1662. / [1660] Master speaker his speech to His Majestie, in the High Court of Parliament, the fifth day of November, 1640.
Lenthall, William, 1591-1662. / [September 8, 1642] A letter from the speaker of the House of Commons, to the gentry, freeholders and inhabitants of the county of Yorkshire in answer to their protestation
Lenthall, William, 1591-1662. / [1641] His Maiesties speech with Mr. Speakers speech to both Houses of Parliament, at the passing of the bill for tonnage and poundage : being an answer to Mr. Speakers speech at the presenting thereof, 22 June, 1641.
Lenthall, William, 1591-1662. / [1647] A declaration of Master William Lenthall Esquire, Speaker of the Honorable House of Commons wherein is contained the grounds and reasons that moved him to absent himselfe from the service of the House, on Friday July 30, 1647 : together with his resolution not to attend that service, till (by an effectuall prevention of the like tumults) the Parliament be inabled to proceed in a free and Parliamentary way without disturbance or enforcement.
Lenthall, William, 1591-1662. / [1642] A copy of the speakers letter to the vice-chancellour and the heads of houses of the Vniversity of Oxford together with the protestation and declaration with it.
Lenton, Francis, fl. 1630-1640. / [1629] The young gallants whirligigg; or Youths reakes Demonstrating the inordinate affections, absurd actions, and profuse expences, of vnbridled and affectated youth: with their extravagant courses, and preposterous progressions, and aversions. Together with the too often deare bought experience, and the rare, or too late regression and reclamation of most of them from their habituall ill customes, and vnqualified manners. Compiled and written by F.L.
Lenton, Francis, fl. 1630-1640. / [1634] The Innes of Court anagrammatist: or, The masquers masqued in anagrammes Expressed in epigramique lines, upon their severall names, set downe in the next page. Composed by Francis Lenton Gent. one of her Majesties poets.
Lenton, Francis, fl. 1630-1640. / [1631] Characterismi: or, Lentons leasures Expressed in essayes and characters, neuer before written on. By F.L. Gent.
Lenton, Francis, fl. 1630-1640. / [1638] Great Britains beauties, or, The female glory epitomized, in encomiastick anagramms, and acrostiches, upon the highly honoured names of the Queenes most gracious Majestie, and the gallant lady-masquers in her Graces glorious grand-masque. Presented at White-Hall on Shrove-Tuesday at night, by the Queenes Majestie and her ladies. With disticks, and illustrations, upon their severall anagramms, being in number fifteene, whose names ensure in order on the next side. Published by authoritie. Framed, and formed, by the humble pen of Francis Lenton, the Queenes poet.
Lentulo, Scipione, 1525 or 6-1599. / [1575] An Italian grammer; vvritten in Latin by Scipio Lentulo a Neapolitane: and turned in Englishe: by H.G.
Lentulus, Publius. / [1680] Publius Lentulus his report to the Senate of Rome concerning Jesus Christ
Lentulus, Publius. / [1650?] An epistle of Publius Lentulus written to the senat and people of Rome concerning the true description, and portraiture of Iesus Christ, gathered out of an old manuscript booke, in the library of the college of Brasennose in Oxford.
Leo, Africanus, ca. 1492-ca. 1550. / [1600] A geographical historie of Africa, written in Arabicke and Italian by Iohn Leo a More, borne in Granada, and brought vp in Barbarie. Wherein he hath at large described, not onely the qualities, situations, and true distances of the regions, cities, townes, mountaines, riuers, and other places throughout all the north and principall partes of Africa; but also the descents and families of their kings ... gathered partly out of his owne diligent obseruations, and partly out of the ancient records and chronicles of the Arabians and Mores. Before which, out of the best ancient and moderne writers, is prefixed a generall description of Africa, and also a particular treatise of all the maine lands and isles vndescribed by Iohn Leo. ... Translated and collected by Iohn Pory, lately of Goneuill and Caius College in Cambridge
Leroy, Louis, d. 1577. / [1594] Of the interchangeable course, or variety of things in the whole world and the concurrence of armes and learning, thorough the first and famousest nations: from the beginning of ciuility, and memory of man, to this present. Moreouer, whether it be true or no, that there can be nothing sayd, which hath not bin said heretofore: and that we ought by our owne inuentions to augment the doctrine of the auncients; not contenting our selues with translations, expositions, corrections, and abridgments of their writings. Written in French by Loys le Roy called Regius: and translated into English by R.A.
Lescarbot, Marc. / [1609] Noua Francia: or The description of that part of Nevv France, which is one continent with Virginia Described in the three late voyages and plantation made by Monsieur de Monts, Monsieur du Pont-Graué, and Monsieur de Poutrincourt, into the countries called by the Frenchmen La Cadie, lying to the southwest of Cape Breton. Together with an excellent seuerall treatie of all the commodities of the said countries, and maners of the naturall inhabitants of the same. Translated out of French into English by P.E.
Leslie, Charles, 1650-1722. / [1695] Delenda Carthago, or, The true interest of England in relation to France and Holland
Leslie, John, 1527-1596. / [1572] A table gathered ouut of a booke named A treatise of treasons against Q. Elizabeth, and the croune of England latelie compiled by a stranger and sent owt of France ...
Leslie, John, 1527-1596. / [Anno Dom. 1569] A defence of the honour of the right highe, mightye and noble Princesse Marie Quene of Scotlande and dowager of France with a declaration aswell of her right, title & intereste to the succession of the crowne of Englande, as that the regimente of women ys conformable to the lawe of God and nature.
Leslie, John, 1527-1596. / [1572] The copie of a letter writen out of Scotland by an English gentlema[n] of credit and worship seruing ther, vnto a frind and kinsman of his, that desired to be informed of the truth and circumstances of the slaunderous and infamous reportes made of the Queene of Scotland, at that time restreined in manner as prisoner in England, vpon pretense to be culpable of the same.
Lessius, Leonardus, 1554-1623. / [1621] The treasure of vowed chastity in secular persons. Also the widdowes glasse. VVritten by the RR. Fathers Leonard Lessius, and Fuluius Androtius, both of the Society of Iesus. Translated into English by I.W. P.
Lessius, Leonardus, 1554-1623. / [1678] The temperate man, or, The right way of preserving life and health, together with soundness of the senses, judgment and memory unto extream old age in three treatises / the first written by the learned Leonardus Lessius, the second by Lodowich Cornaro, a noble gentleman of Venice, the third by a famous Italian; faithfully Englished.
Lessius, Leonardus, 1554-1623. / [M.DC.XXXI. 1631] Ravvleigh his ghost. Or a feigned apparition of Syr VValter Rawleigh to a friend of his, for the translating into English, the booke of Leonard Lessius (that most learned man) entituled, De prouidentia numinis, & animi immortalitate: written against atheists, and polititians of these dayes. Translated by A. B.
Lessius, Leonardus, 1554-1623. / [1634] Hygiasticon: Or, The right course of preserving life and health unto extream old age together with soundnesse and integritie of the senses, judgement, and memorie. Written in Latine by Leonardus Lessius, and now done into English.
Leti, Gregorio, 1630-1701. / [1669] Il nipotismo di Roma, or, The history of the popes nephews from the time of Sixtus the IV to the death of the last Pope Alexander the VII in two parts / written originally in Italian in the year 1667 ; and Englished by W.A.
Leti, Gregorio, 1630-1701. / [1670] Il cardinalismo di Santa Chiesa, or, The history of the cardinals of the Roman Church from the time of their first creation, to the election of the present Pope, Clement the Ninth, with a full account of his conclave, in three parts / written in Italian by the author of the Nipotismo di Roma ; and faithfully Englished by G.H.
Leti, Gregorio, 1630-1701. / [1671] The ceremonies of the vacant see, or, A true relation of what passes at Rome upon the pope's death with the proceedings in the conclave, for the election of a new pope, according to the constitutions and ceremonials, as also the coronation and cavalcade / out of the French by J. Davies of Kidwelly.
Leven, Alexander Leslie, Earl of, 1580?-1661. / [1641] The copie of the letter sent from Generall Lesley to the Lord Generall the Earle of Holland and read in the House of Commons the 7th. of July 1641.
Lever, Christopher, fl. 1627. / [1607] Queene Elizabeths teares: or, Her resolute bearing the Christian crosse inflicted on her by the persecuting hands of Steuen Gardner Bishop of Winchester, in the bloodie time of Queene Marie. Written by Christopher Leuer.
Lever, Christopher, fl. 1627. / [1618] The holy pilgrime, leading the way to heaven. Or, a diuine direction in the way of life, containing a familiar exposition of such secrets in diuinity, as may direct the simple in the way of their Christian pilgrimage In two books. The first declaring what man is in the mistery of himselfe. The second, what man is in the happines of Christ. Written by C.L.
Lever, Christopher, fl. 1627. / [1627] The historie of the defendors of the catholique faith Discoursing the state of religion in England, and the care of the politique state for religion during the reignes of King Henrry 8. Edward. 6. Queene Marie. Elizabeth. And our late souereigne, King Iames. ... With all, declaring by what means these kings & queenes haue obtained this title, defendor of the faith, and wherein they haue deserued it ... By Christopher Lever.
Lever, Christopher, fl. 1627. / [1608] Heauen and earth, religion and policy. Or, The maine difference betweene religion and policy. Written by C.L.
Lever, Christopher, fl. 1627. / [1607] A crucifixe: or, A meditation vpon repentance, and, the holie passion. Written by Christopher Lever
Lever, Ralph, d. 1584. / [1563?] The most noble, auncient, and learned playe, called the Phiosophers [sic] game inuented for the honest rereation [sic] of students, and other sober persons, in passing the tediousnes of tyme, to the release of their labours, and the exercise of their wittes. Set forth with such playne precepts, rules and tables, that all men with ease may vnderstand it, and most men with pleasure practise it. by Rafe Leuer and augmented by W.F.
Lever, Ralph, d. 1584. / [1573] The arte of reason, rightly termed, witcraft teaching a perfect way to argue and dispute. Made by Raphe Leuer. Seene and allowed according to the order appointed in the Queenes Maiesties iniunctions.
Lever, Thomas, 1521-1577. / [Anno Domini M.ccccc.l. 1550] A sermon preached ye fourth Su[n]daye in Lente before the Kynges Maiestie. and his honorable Counsell, by Thomas Leauer
Lever, Thomas, 1521-1577. / [1575] A treatise of the right way fro[m] danger of sinne & vengeance in this wicked world, vnto godly wealth and saluation in Christe. Made by Th. Leuer, and now newly augmented. Seene and allowed, according to the order appointed.
Lever, Thomas, 1521-1577. / [M.D.L. 1550] A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse the xiiii day of December by Thomas Leuer.
Lever, Thomas, 1521-1577. / [Anno Domini. M.ccccc.l. 1550] A sermon preached the thyrd Sondaye in Lente before the kynges Maiestie, and his honorable counsell, by Thomas Leauer
Lever, Thomas, 1521-1577. / [Anno. M.D. and fiftie. 1550] A fruitfull sermon made in Poules churche at London in the shroudes, the seconde daye of February by Thomas Leuer
Lever, Thomas, 1521-1577. / [Anno. 1551] A meditacion vpo[n] the the [sic] lordes praier, made by Thomas Leuer, at sainct Mary Woll churche in London
Lewis, John, b. 1595 or 6. / [1624] The vnmasking of the masse-priest vvith a due and diligent examination of their holy sacrifice. By C.A. Shewing how they partake with all the ancient heretiques, in their profane, impious, and idolatrous worship.
Lewis, John, b. 1595 or 6. / [1620] Ignis cœlestis: or An interchange of diuine love betweene God and his saints. By Iohn Lewis, minister of Gods word at St. Peters in the tovvne of St. Albons
Lewis, John, Esquire. / [1659] Eyaggeloigrapha. Or, Some seasonable and modest thoughts, in order to the furtherance and promoting the affairs of religion, and the gospel, especially in Wales Mainly tending to the discovery of the evills of extreams, and the spirit of errour and dissention, that hinders the success, and the begetting of a due temper and moderation of judgement, with an universall love and peace amongst us. All, rationally, materially, and very moderately handled. By J.L. Esquire.
Lewis, John, Esquire. / [1646] Contemplations upon these times, or The Parliament explained to Wales. Digested into three parts. I. Containing, a brief, faithfull, and pithy history of the Parliament, ... II. Cleer resolutions of such doubts, as his countrymen of Wales are not so well satisfied in, as could be wished: which are reduced to these 3 points, touching the [brace] King. Covenant. Common-Prayer-Book. III. A closer application unto the state of Wales, ... / Written by a gentleman, a cordiall well-wisher of his countries happinesse.
Lewkenor, Lewis, Sir, d. 1626. / [1595] A discourse of the vsage of the English fugitiues, by the Spaniard
Lewkenor, Samuel. / [1600] A discourse not altogether vnprofitable, nor vnpleasant for such as are desirous to know the situation and customes of forraine cities without trauelling to see them Containing a discourse of all those citties wherein doe flourish at this day priuiledged vniuersities. Written by Samuel Levvkenor Gentleman.
Ley, John, 1583-1662. / [1655] A letter to Dr. E. Hyde in answer to one of his occasioned by the late insurrection at Salisbury.
Ley, John, 1583-1662. / [1656] A debate concerning the English liturgy, both as established in & as abolished out of the worship of God drawn out in two English & two Latine epistles / written betwixt Edward Hyde ... and John Ley ...
Ley, John, 1583-1662. / [1641] A comparison of the Parliamentary protestation with the late canonicall oath and the difference betwixt them as also the opposition betwixt the doctrine of the Church of England and that of Rome : so cleared that they who made scruple of the oath may cheerfully and without doubt addresse themselves to take the protestation : as also a fvrther discvssion of the case of conscience touching receiving the sacrament of the Lords Supper, when either bread or wine is wanting or when by antipathy or impotence the party that desires it cannot take it : wherein the impiety, injury and absurdity of the popish halfe communion is more fully declared and confuted : both which discourses were occasioned by a letter of a lay-gentle-man, lately written to the authour for his satisfaction touching the matters fore-mentioned / by John Ley ...
Lémery, Nicolas, 1645-1715. / [1686] A course of chemistry containing an easie method of preparing those chymical medicins which are used in physick : with curious remarks and useful discourses upon each preparation, for the benefit of such who desire to be instructed in the knowledge of this art / by Nicholas Lemery, M.D.