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Lichfield, William, d. 1448. / [1534?] The remors of conscyence here begynneth certayne demonstracyons by our lorde to all synfull persones with the remors of mannes conscyence to the regarde of the bounte of our lorde.
Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1684] The works of the Reverend and learned John Lightfoot D. D., late Master of Katherine Hall in Cambridge such as were, and such as never before were printed : in two volumes : with the authors life and large and useful tables to each volume : also three maps : one of the temple drawn by the author himself, the others of Jervsalem and the Holy Land drawn according to the author's chorography, with a description collected out of his writings.
Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1700] Some genuine remains of the late pious and learned John Lightfoot, D.D. consisting of three tracts ... : together with a large preface concerning the author, his learned debates in the assembly of divines, his peculiar opinions, his Christian piety, and the faithful discharge of his ministry.
Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1647] A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons: at their publique fast, holden in Margarets Westminster. Febr. 24. 1646./47. / By John Lightfoot, Staffordiens. a Member of the Assembly of Divines.
Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1645] A sermon preached before the Honorable House of Commons: at Margarets Westminster, upon the 26. day of August 1645. being the day of their solemne monethly fast. / By John Lightfoot, a member of the Assembly of Divines.
Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1689] A letter to a member of Parliament on the account of some present transactions.
Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1655] The harmony, chronicle and order of the New Testament the text of the four evangelists methodized, story of the acts of the apostles analyzed, order of the epistles manifested, times of the revelation observed : all illustrated, with variety of observations upon the chiefest difficulties textuall & talmudicall, for clearing of their sense and language : with an additional discourse concerning the fall of Jerusalem and the condition of the Jews in that land afterward / John Lightfoot ...
Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1644] The harmony of the foure evangelists among themselves, and with the Old Testament : the first part, from the beginning of the gospels to the baptisme of our saviour, with an explanation of the chiefest difficulties both in language and sense / by John Lightfoote ...
Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1643] An handfull of gleanings out of the Book of Exodus probable solution of some of the mainest scruples, and explanation of the hardest places of that Booke ... / by John Lightfoot ...
Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1642] A few, and new observations, vpon the booke of Genesis. The most of them certaine, the rest probable, all harmelesse, strange, and rarely heard off before. By Iohn Lightfoote Staffordiens.
Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1629] Erubhin or Miscellanies Christian and Iudaicall, and others Penned for recreation at vacant houres. By Iohn Lightfoote, Master in Arts, sometimes of Christs Colledge in Cambridge.
Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1643] Elias redivivus: a sermon preached before the honorable House of Commons, in the parish of Saint Margarets West minster, at the publike fast, March 29, 1643. By John Lightfoote, preacher of the Gospel at Bartholomew Exchange, London.
Lightfoot, John, 1602-1675. / [1645] A commentary upon the Acts of the Apostles, chronicall and criticall the difficulties of the text explained, and the times of the story cast into annals : the first part, from the beginning of the Booke, to the end of the twelfth chapter : with a briefe survey of the contemporary story of the Jews and Romans / by John Lightfoot ...
Ligon, Richard. / [1657] A true & exact history of the island of Barbados illustrated with a mapp of the island, as also the principall trees and plants there, set forth in their due proportions and shapes, drawne out by their severall and respective scales : together with the ingenio that makes the sugar, with the plots of the severall houses, roomes, and other places that are used in the whole processe of sugar-making ... / by Richard Ligon, Gent.
Lilburne, Elizabeth. / [1646] To the chosen and betrusted knights, citizens, and burgesses, assembled in the High and Supream Court of Parliament The humble petition of Elizabeth Lilburne, wife to Leut. Coll: Iohn Liliburne, who hath been for above eleven weeks by past, most unjustly divorced from him, by the House of Lords, their tyrannicall officers, against the law of God, and (as she conceives) the law of the land.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1650] To the supreme authority, the people assembled in Parliament. The humble petition of Lieutenant Colonel John Lilburne.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1646?] To the hon[ble]. the House of Commons now assembled in the high court of Parliament, the humble petition of John Lilburne Leift. [sic] Colonel. In all humilitie.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1653] A third address directed to his Excellency the Lord Generall Cromwell, and the Right Honourable the Councell of State sitting at White-Hall Being the humble petition of Lieutenant-Colonell John Lilburne prisoner in Newgate.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1648] A salva libertate sent to Colonell Francis West of the Tower of London, on Fryday the fourteenth of September 1649. by Lieutenant Collonell John Lilburne, vnjustly, and illegally imprisoned, in the said Tower, ever since the 28. of March, 1649. Occasioned by the receipt of a verball command (which in law is nothing, nor signefies nothing) whereby the said leiut. was seemingly authorized, to carry the said John Lilburne before Mr. Prideaux the nicknamed, and falsly so called Atturney General on Fryday 14. Sept. 1649.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1653] A second address directed to his Excellency the Lord Generall Cromwell, and the Right Honourable the Councell of State sitting at White-Hall being the humble petition of Lieutenant Colonell John Lilburne.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [Printed in the grand yeer of hypocriticall and abominable dissimulation. 1649] The legall fundamentall liberties of the people of England revived, asserted, and vindicated. Or, an epistle written the eighth day of June 1649, by Lieut. Colonel John Lilburn (arbitrary and aristocratical prisoner in the Tower of London) to Mr. William Lenthall Speaker to the remainder of those few knights, citizens, and burgesses that Col. Thomas Pride at his late purge thought convenient to leave sitting at Westminster ... who ... pretendedly stile themselves ... the Parliament of England, intrusted and authorised by the consent of all the people thereof, whose representatives by election ... they are; although they are never able to produce one bit of a law, or any piece of a commission to prove, that all the people of England, ... authorised Thomas Pride, ... to chuse them a Parliament, as indeed he hath de facto done by this pretended mock-Parliament: and therefore it cannot properly be called the nations or peoples Parliament, but Col. Pride's and his associates, whose really it is; who, although they have beheaded the King for a tyrant, yet walk in his oppressingest steps, if not worse and higher.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1649] The innocent mans's second-proffer made unto his present adversaries October 22. 1649. And communicated unto them, by his loving brother, Collonell Robert Lilburne.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1649] The innocent man's first proffer. Or, The proposition of Lieutenant Collonel John Lilburne, prerogative prisoner, in the Tower of London, made unto his present adversaries, and to the whole nation of England, Octob. 20. 1649. For William Hevenningham Esq. of Hevenningham, in Suffolk, These present.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [printed in the year 1649] A discourse betwixt Lieutenant Colonel Iohn Lilburn close prisoner in the Tower of London, and Mr Hugh Peter: upon May 25. 1649. Published by a friend, for the publick benefit
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1647] A copy of a letter written to Collonell Henry Marten, a member of the House of Commons, by Lieutenant Collonell Lilburne. Iuly 20. 1647.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1646] A coppy of a letter sent by Lieu. Col. John Lilburne to Mr. Wollaston keeper of Newgate or his Deputy.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1649] The copie of a letter, written to the General from Lieut. Col. Iohn Lilburn, M. Richard Overton, April 27. 1649. In behalf of M. Robert Lockwer, M. Geo. Ash, M. Joseph Hockley, M. Robert Osburn, M. Matthew Heyworth, M. Thomas Goodwin; all of them in Captain Savages troup: who by the said Councel were adjudged to cast lots for their lives, and one of them to dy. In which it is by law fully proved, that it is both treason and murder, for any general or Councel of War to execute any souldier in time of peace, by martial law.
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1640?] A coppy of a letter written by John Lilburne, close prisoner in the wards of the fleet, which he sent to Iames Ingram and Henry Hopkins, wardens of the said fleet. Wherin is fully discovered their great cruelty exercised upon his body
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1641] The Christian mans triall, or, A trve relation of the first apprehension and severall examinations of Iohn Lilbvrne with his censure in Star-chamber, and the manner of his cruell whipping through the streets : whereunto is annexed his speech in the pillory, and their gagging of him : also the severe
Lilburne, John, 1614?-1657. / [1653] The banished mans suit for protection to His Excellency the Lord Generall Cromvvell, being the humble address of Lieutenant Colonel John Lilburn.
Lilburne, Robert, 1613-1665. / [in the year, 1654] By the Commander in Chief of all the forces in Scotland. Whereas (amongst other things) by Proclamation of the 27. of Sept. 1653 all magistrates and officers of burghs and parishes and all other persons whatsoever, are required to secure, or give intelligence of all suspected persons, travelling through, or abiding within their bounds or jurisdictions, ...
Lilly, William, 1602-1681. / [1645] The starry messenger; or an interpretation of that strange apparition of three suns seene in London, 19. Novemb. 1644. being the birth day of King Charles. The effects of the eclips of the sun, which will be visible in England, 11. August 1645. whose influence continues in force, from January, 1646 to Decemb. 1647. almost two whole yeares; and cannot but be the fore-runner of some extraordinary mutation in most common-wealths of Europe, but principally in England. With an answer to An astrologicall judgement. Printed at Oxford, upon his Majesties present martch. / By William Lilly student in astrologie.
Lilly, William, 1602-1681. / [M DC LXXX III. 1683] The great and wonderful predictions of that late famous astrologer Mr. Lilly; and Mr. Partridg and Mr. Coley, concerning this present year 1683 To which is added a true and faithful account of the famous prophecies of the three German prophets; predicting and foretelling, some years since, this present invasion of the Turks into the empire of Germany and Hungary, with the events of the same, to the admiration of all that shall hear or read the same. Also their strange and wonderful predictions concerning the Pope, and the King of France: with the total and sudden destruction of the papal power; and the miraculous conversion of the Turks and Jews to the Christian faith. As also presaging the uniting of all religions into one visible church. Which prophecies have been had in esteem by many famous and illustrious persons of these times.
Lilly, William, 1602-1681. / [1676] Anima astrologiae: or, A guide for astrologers. Being the considerations of the famous Guido Bonatus, faithfully rendred into English. As also the choicest aphorisms of Cardans seaven segments, translated and methodically digested under their proper heads. With a new table of the fixed stars, rectified for several years to come, and divers other necessary illustrations ... / by William Lilly ...
Lily, William, 1468?-1522. / [1619] [A shorte introduction of grammar]
Lily, William, 1468?-1522. / [M. D. LXXXV. 1585] [A shorte introduction of grammar]
Lily, William, 1468?-1522. / [anno 1641] A short introduction of grammar compiled and set forth for the bringing up of all those that intend to attaine to the knowledge of the Latine tongue.
Lily, William, 1468?-1522. / [1633?] Lillies rules construed wherunto are added Tho. Robertsons Heteroclites, the Latine Syntaxis, and Qui mihi.
Lily, William, 1468?-1522. / [1673] A short introduction of grammar generally to be used compiled and set forth for the bringing up of all those that intend to attain to the knowledge of the Latine tongue.
Linacre, Thomas, 1460-1524. / [ca. 1525] [Rudimenta grammatices]
Linche, Richard. / [1599] The fountaine of ancient fiction Wherein is liuely depictured the images and statues of the gods of the ancients, with their proper and perticular expositions. Done out of Italian into English, by Richard Linche Gent.
Lincoln, Elizabeth Clinton, Countess of. / [1622] The Countesse of Lincolnes nurserie
Lindanus, Guilelmus Damasus, 1525-1588. / [1565] Certaine tables sett furth by the right reuerend father in God, William Bushopp of Rurimunde, in Ghelderland: wherein is detected and made manifeste the doting dangerous doctrine, and haynous heresyes, of the rashe rablement of heretikes: translated into Englishe by Lewys Euans, and by hym intituled, The betraing of the beastlines of heretykes
Lindeman, Michel, b. ca. 1613. / [1700] A prophesie of a countryman called Michel Lindeman, being 86 years of age, living in the dukedom of Hagen, done in the harvest-time of our Lord, 1699.
Lindsay, Alexander, ca. 1561-1639. / [1641] The recantation and hvmble svbmission of two ancient prelates of the kingdome of Scotland subscribed by their own hands and sent to the generall assemblie : as also the act of the said assemblie condemning episcopacy and other abuses which are contrary to the Word of God and the laws of this church and kingdome.
Lindsay, David, 1566?-1627. / [1625] The godly mans iourney to heauen containing ten seuerall treatises. Viz. 1. An heauenly chariot the first part. 2. An heauenly chariot the second part. 3. The blessed chariots man. 4. The lanthorne for the chariot. 5. The skilfull chariot driuer. 6. The gard of the chariot. 7. The sixe robbers of the chariot. 8. The three rocks layd in the way. 9. The only inne Gods babes aime at. 10. The guests of the inne. By maister David Lindsey Minister of Gods word at Leith.
Lindsay, David, d. 1641? / [1621] A true narration of all the passages of the proceedings in the generall Assembly of the Church of Scotland, holden at Perth the 25. of August, anno Dom. 1618 VVherein is set downe the copy of his Maiesties letters to the said Assembly: together with a iust defence of the Articles therein concluded, against a seditious pamphlet. By Dr. Lyndesay, Bishop of Brechen.
Lindsay, David, d. 1641? / [1619] The reasons of a pastors resolution, touching the reuerend receiuing of the holy communion: written by Dauid Lindesay, D. of Diuinitie, in the Vniuersitie of Saint Andrewes in Scotland, and preacher of the gospell at Dundy
Lindsay, David, Sir, fl. 1490-1555. / [1548?] The tragical death of Dauid Beato[n] Bishoppe of sainct Andrewes in Scotland Whereunto is ioyned the martyrdom of maister George Wyseharte gentleman, for whose sake the aforesayed bishoppe was not long after slayne. Wherein thou maist learne what a burnynge charitie they shewed not only towards him: but vnto al suche as come to their hades for the blessed Gospels sake.
Lindsay, David, Sir, fl. 1490-1555. / [Anno M.D.XCIIII. 1604] The historie of ane nobil and wailzeand squyer, William Meldrum, vmquhyle Laird of Cleische and Bynnis. Compylit be Sir Dauid Lyndesay of the Mont, alias, Lyoun, King of Armes. H C The testament of the said Williame Meldrum Squyer. Compylit alswa be Sir Dauid Lyndesay, &c.
Lindsay, David, Sir, fl. 1490-1555. / [The yere of our lorde. M.D.xxxviij. 1538] The complaynte and testament of a popiniay which lyeth sore wounded and maye not dye, tyll euery man hathe herd what he sayth: wherfore gentyll readers haste you yt he were oute of his payne.
Lindsay, David, Sir, fl. 1490-1555. / [1602] Ane satyre of the thrie estaits in commendation of vertew and vituperation of vyce. / Maid be Sir Dauid Lindesay of the Mont, aliàs, Lyon King of Armes.
Lindsay, David, Sir, fl. 1490-1555. / [1554] Ane dialog betuix Experience and ane courteour off the miserabyll estait of the warld. Compylit be Schir Dauid Lyndesay of ye Mont Knycht alias, Lyone Kyng of Armes. And is deuidit in foure partis. As efter followis. .&c.
Lindsey, Major. / [1645] Major Lindesy's legacie. Aprill 25. 1645. Bequeathed to his country-men, the Scottish-Commanders, and his fellow souldiers and sufferers in this terrestrial warfare. It being found in his tronke after his death, in the forme of a letter; vvith this superscription following: For his noble worthy friends and country-men, the Scottish-Commanders in the Parliament service. Deliver not this letter till I be in my grave, and then I pray you conveene these gentle-men together, and deliver it unto them as my last will: and here-with present my love unto them all.
Lineall, John. / [1655] To his higness Oliver Cromwell, Lord High Protector of England, Scotland, and Ireland.
Lineall, John. / [1658] Itur Mediteranium a true accompt given of the proceedings of the Right Honourable, Lord Glin, The Lord Chief Justice of England, and the Honourable Barron Hill, one of the Barrons for the Exchequer, in their Summer circuit in the counties of Berks, Oxford, Gloucester, Monmouth, Hereford, Worcester, Salope and Stafford.
Lingham, John. / [1584] A true relation of all suche Englishe captaines and lieuetenants, as haue beene slaine in the Lowe Countries of Flaunders together with those now liuing, as also of such as as [sic] are fled to the enimie / collected by Iohn Lingham, clarke to Captaine William Martin seruitore there this 8. of Iuly, 1584.
Linschoten, Jan Huygen van, 1563-1611. / [1598] Iohn Huighen van Linschoten. his discours of voyages into ye Easte & West Indies Deuided into foure bookes.
Lipsius, Justus, 1547-1606. / [1595] Tvvo bookes of constancie. Written in Latine, by Iustus Lipsius. Containing, principallie, A comfortable conference, in common calamities. And will serue for a singular consolation to all that are priuately distressed, of afflicted, either in body or mind. Englished by Iohn Stradling, gentleman
Lipsius, Justus, 1547-1606. / [1594.] Sixe bookes of politickes or ciuil doctrine, written in Latine by Iustus Lipsius: which doe especially concerne principalitie. ; Done into English by William Iones Gentleman..
Lipsius, Justus, 1547-1606. / [1592] A direction for trauailers Taken out of Iustus Lipsius, and enlarged for the behoofe of the right honorable Lord, the yong Earle of Bedford, being now ready to trauell. They that go downe into the sea in shippes, see the great wonders of the Lord.
Lipsius, Justus, 1547-1606. / [1670] A discourse of constancy in two books chiefly containing consolations against publick evils written in Latin by Justus Lipsius, and translated into English by Nathaniel Wanley ...
Lisle, John, ca. 1610-1664. / [1645] Three speeches spoken at a common-hall, Thursday the 3. of Iuly, 1645. / By Mr. Lisle, Mr. Tate, Mr. Brown, Members of the House of Commons: containing many observations upon the Kings letters, found in his own cabinete at Nasiby fight, and sent to the Parliament by Sir Thomas Fairfax, and read at a common-hall. Published according to order.
Lisle, William, 1579?-1637. / [1603] Nothing for a nevv-yeares gift Nihil ext ex onmi parte beatum. By W.L. Sit voluisse sat valuisse.
Lisle, William, 1579?-1637. / [1631] The faire Æthiopian Dedicated to the King and Queene. By their Maiesties most humble subiect and seruant, William L'isle.
Lister, Martin, 1638?-1712. / [1683] Letters and divers other mixt discourses in natural philosophy many of which were formerly published in the Philosophical transactions of Mr. Oldenburg, and part in the Philosophical collections of Mr. Hooke and else where : all which are now revised, augmented, and to them are added very many other matters of the same nature, not before published : also an intire treatis of the nature and use of colours in oyl. painting / written by M. Lister, F. of the R.S.
Lithgow, William, 1582-1645? / [1645] A true experimentall and exact relation upon that famous and renovvned siege of Nevvcastle, the diverse conflicts and occurrances fell out there during the time of ten weeks and odde dayes: and of that mightie and marveilous storming therof, with power, policie, and prudent plots of warre. Together with a succinct commentarie upon the battell of Bowdon Hill, and that victorious battell of York or Marston Moore, never to be forgotten. / By him who was an eye witnesse to the siege of Nevvcastle, William Lithgovv.
Lithgow, William, 1582-1645? / [1637] A true and experimentall discourse, upon the beginning, proceeding, and victorious event of this last siege of Breda With the antiquity and annexing of it, to the house of Nassaw, and the many alterations it hath suffered by armes, and armies, within these threescore yeares. Together with the prudent plots, projects, and policies of warre: the assailants and defendants matchlesse man-hood, in managing martiall affaires: the misery and manner of souldiers living, their pinching want, and fatall accidents: strange weapons and instruments used by both parties in severall conflicts. Lastly, their concluded articles, with circumstances and ordering of the siege and victory. Being pleasant to peruse, and profitable to observe. Written by him who was an eye witnesse of the siege. William Lithgow.
Lithgow, William, 1582-1645? / [1640] The totall discourse, of the rare adventures, and painefull peregrinations of long nineteene yeares travailes from Scotland, to the most famous kingdomes in Europe, Asia, and Affrica Perfited by three deare bought voyages, in surveying of forty eight kingdomes ancient and modern; twenty one rei-publicks, ten absolute principalities, with two hundred islands. ... divided into three bookes: being newly corrected, and augmented in many severall places, with the addition of a table thereunto annexed of all the chiefe heads. Wherein is contayed an exact relation of the lawes, religions, policies and governments of all their princes, potentates and people. Together with the grievous tortures he suffered by the Inquisition of Malaga in Spaine ... And of his last and late returne from the Northern Isles, and other places adjacent. By William Lithgow.
Lithgow, William, 1582-1645? / [1618] The pilgrimes farewell, to his natiue countrey of Scotland vvherein is contained, in way of dialogue, the ioyes and miseries of peregrination. With his Lamentado in his second trauels, his Passionado on the Rhyne, diuerse other insertings, and farewels, to noble personages, and, the heremites welcome to his third pilgrimage, &c. Worthie to be seene and read of all gallant spirits, and pompe-expecting eyes. By William Lithgow, the bonauenture of Europe, Asia, and Africa, &c.
Lithgow, William, 1582-1645? / [1633] Scotlands vvelcome to her native sonne, and soveraigne lord, King Charles wherein is also contained, the maner of his coronation, and convocation of Parliament; the whole grievances, and abuses of the common-wealth of this kingdome, with diverse other relations, never heretofore published. Worthy to be by all the nobles and gentry perused; and to be layed vp in the hearts, and chests of the whole commouns, whose interests may best claime it, either in meane, or maner, from which their priuiledges, and fortunes are drawne, as from the loadstar of true direction. By William Lithgovv, the bonaventure, of Europe, Asia, and Africa.
Lithgow, William, 1582-1645? / [1643] The present surveigh of London and Englands state Containing a topographicall description of all the particular forts, redoubts, breast-works, and trenches newly erected round about the citie on both sides of the river, with the severall fortifications thereof. And a perfect relation of some fatall accidents, and other disasters, which fell out in the city and countrey, during the Authors abode there. Intermingled also with certaine severall observations worthie of light and memorie. By William Lithgow.
Lithgow, William, 1582-1645? / [1616] A most delectable and true discourse, of an admired and painefull peregrination from Scotland, to the most famous kingdomes in Europe, Asia and Affricke With the particular descriptions (more exactly set downe then hath beene heeretofore in English) of Italy Sycilia, Dalmatia, Ilyria, Epire, Peloponnesus, Macedonia, Thessalia, and the whole continent of Greece, Creta, Rhodes, the Iles Cyclades ... and the chiefest countries of Asia Minor. From thence, to Cyprus, Phænicia, Syria ... and the sacred citie Ierusalem, &c.
Lithgow, William, 1582-1645? / [1640] The gushing teares of godly sorrovv Containing the causes, conditions, and remedies of sinne, depending mainly upon contrition and confession. And they seconded, with sacred and comfortable passages, under the mourning cannopie of teares, and repentance. By William Lithgovv.
Lithgow, William, 1582-1645? / [1640] A briefe and summarie discourse upon that lamentable and dreadfull disaster at Dunglasse. Anno 1640. the penult of August Collected from the soundest and best instructions, that time and place could certainly affoord, the serious enquirie of the painfull and industrious author. By William Lithgovv.
Littleton, Adam, 1627-1694. / [1662] Solomons gate, or, An entrance into the church being a familiar explanation of the grounds of religion conteined in the fowr [sic] heads of catechism, viz. the Lords prayer, the Apostles creed, the Ten commandments, the sacraments / fitted to vulgar understanding by A.L.
Littleton, Adam, 1627-1694. / [1671] A sermon preached in Lent-assizes, holden for the county of Bucks, at Alesbury, March 8th 1671/2 being Ash-Wednesday by Ad. Littleton ...
Littleton, Adam, 1627-1694. / [1671] A sermon preached at the funeral of Mrs. Mary Alston, wife to Joseph Alston Esq; who dyed, Jan. 25. and was interred at Chelsey, Feb. 7. 1670. By Adam Littleton, D.D. Recton of Chelsey.
Littleton, Adam, 1627-1694. / [1680] A sermon before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and the Right Worshipful the Aldermen of the city of London, preached on Febr. 29, 1679/80, at Guildhall-Chappel by Adam Littleton ...
Littleton, Adam, 1627-1694. / [1669] A sermon at the funeral of the Right Honourable the Lady Jane eldest daughter to His Grace, William, Duke of Newcastle, and wife to the Honourable Charles Cheyne, Esq, at Chelsey, Novemb. I, being All-Saints day by Adam Littleton ...
Littleton, Adam, 1627-1694. / [1680] A sermon at a solemn meeting of the natives of the city and county of Worcester, in the church of St. Mary le Bow, June 24, 1680 by Adam Littleton ...
Littleton, Adam, 1627-1694. / [1668] Hezekiah's return of praise for his recovery by A.L.
Littleton, Adam, 1627-1694. / [MDCLXIX 1669] The churches peace asserted upon a civil account as it was (great part of it) deliver'd in a sermon before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor in Guild-Hall-Chappel July 4 / by Ad. Littleton, presbyter.
Littleton, Thomas, Sir, d. 1481. / [1482] Tenannt en fee simple est celuy ...
Livy. / [1600] The Romane historie vvritten by T. Livius of Padua. Also, the Breviaries of L. Florus: with a chronologie to the whole historie: and the Topographie of Rome in old time. Translated out of Latine into English, by Philemon Holland, Doctor in Physicke