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Loarte, Gaspar de, 1498-1578. / [1597] Instructions and aduertisements, how to meditate the misteries of the rosarie of the most holy Virgin Mary. Written in Italian by the Reuerend Father Gaspar Loarte D. of Diuinite of the Societie of Iesus. And newly translated into English
Loarte, Gaspar de, 1498-1578. / [1579] The exercise of a christian life. Written in Italian by the Reuerend Father Gaspar Loarte D. of Diuinitie, of the Societie of Iesus. And newly translated into Englishe. by I.S.
Lobb, Stephen, d. 1699. / [1687] A second letter to a dissenter, upon occasion of His Majesties late gracious Declaration of indulgence
Locke, John, 1632-1704. / [1695] A vindication of The reasonableness of Christianity, &c. from Mr. Edwards's reflections
Locke, John, 1632-1704. / [1690] Two treatises of government in the former, the false principles and foundation of Sir Robert Filmer and his followers are detected and overthrown, the latter is an essay concerning the true original, extent, and end of civil government.
Locke, John, 1632-1704. / [1693] Some thoughts concerning education
Locke, John, 1632-1704. / [1692] A third letter for toleration, to the author of the Third letter concerning toleration
Locke, John, 1632-1704. / [1692] Some considerations of the consequences of the lowering of interest, and raising the value of money in a letter to a member of Parliament.
Locke, John, 1632-1704. / [1695] Short observations on a printed paper, intituled, For encouraging the coining silver money in England, and after for keeping it here
Locke, John, 1632-1704. / [1697] A second vindication of The reasonableness of Christianity, &c, by the author of The reasonableness of Christinaity, &c.
Locke, John, 1632-1704. / [1695] The reasonableness of Christianity as delivered in the Scriptures
Locke, John, 1632-1704. / [1690] A second letter concerning toleration
Locke, John, 1632-1704. / [1694] Reason and religion in some useful reflections on the most eminent hypotheses concerning the first principles, and nature of things : with advice suitable to the subject, and seasonable for these times.
Locke, John, 1632-1704. / [MDCXCIX 1699] Mr. Locke's reply to the right reverend the Lord Bishop of Worcester's answer to his second letter wherein, besides other incident matters, what his lordship has said concerning certainty by reason, certainty by ideas, and certainty of faith, the resurrection of the same body, the immateriality of the soul, the inconsistency of Mr. Locke's notions with the articles of the Christian faith and their tendency to sceptism [sic], is examined.
Locke, John, 1632-1704. / [1689] A letter concerning toleration humbly submitted, etc.
Locke, John, 1632-1704. / [1695] Further considerations concerning raising the value of money wherein Mr. Lowndes's arguments for it in his late Report concerning an essay for the amendment of the silver coins, are particularly examined.
Locke, John, 1632-1704. / [1690] An essay concerning humane understanding microform
Locke, John, 1632-1704. / [1697] A common-place book to the Holy Bible or, The scriptures sufficiency practically demonstrated wherein whatsoever is contain'd in scripture, respecting doctrine, worship, or manners, is reduced to its proper head, weighty cases resolved, truths confirmed, difficult texts illustrated, and explained by others more plain.
Locke, John, 1632-1704. / [1696] An abridgment of Mr. Locke's Essay concerning humane [sic] understanding
Locke, Matthew, 1621 or 2-1677. / [1673] The present practice of musick vindicated against the exceptions and new way of attaining musick lately publish'd by Thomas Salmon, M.A. &c. by Matthew Locke ... ; to which is added Duelium musicum, by John Phillips, Gent. ; together with a letter from John Playford to Mr. T. Salmon by way of confutation of his essay, &c.
Locke, Matthew, 1621 or 2-1677. / [1672] Observations upon a late book, entituled, An essay to the advancement of musick, &c., written by Thomas Salmon ... by Matthew Locke ...
Locke, Matthew, 1621 or 2-1677. / [1675] The English opera, or, The vocal musick in Psyche with the instrumental therein intermix'd : to which is adjoyned the instrumental musick in The tempest / by Matthew Lock ...
Lockyer, Lionel, 1600?-1672. / [1652] The character of a time-serving saint or, The hypocrite anatomized, and thorowly dissected.
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. / [1594] The vvounds of ciuill vvar Liuely set forth in the true tragedies of Marius and Scilla. As it hath beene publiquely plaide in London, by the Right Honourable the Lord high Admirall his Seruants. VVritten by Thomas Lodge Gent.
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. / [1596] VVits miserie, and the vvorlds madnesse discouering the deuils incarnat of this age.
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. / [1603] A treatise of the plague containing the nature, signes, and accidents of the same, with the certaine and absolute cure of the feuers, botches and carbuncles that raigne in these times: and aboue all things most singular experiments and preseruatiues in the same, gathered by the obseruation of diuers worthy trauailers, and selected out of the writing of the best learned phisitians in this age. By Thomas Lodge, Doctor in Phisicke.
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. / [1589] Scillaes metamorphosis: enterlaced with the vnfortunate loue of Glaucus VVhereunto is annexed the delectable discourse of the discontented satyre: with sundrie other most absolute poems and sonnets. Contayning the detestable tyrannie of disdaine, and comicall triumph of constancie: verie fit for young courtiers to peruse, and coy dames to remember. By Thomas Lodge of Lincolnes Inne, Gentleman.
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. / [1592] Rosalynde. Euphues golden legacie found after his death in his cell at Silexedra. Bequeathed to Philautus sonnes, noursed vp with their father in England. Fetcht from the Canaries by T.L. Gent.
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. / [1579] Protogenes can know Apelles by his line though he se him not and wise men can consider by the penn the aucthoritie of the writer thoughe they know him not. ...
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. / [1596] Prosopopeia containing the teares of the holy, blessed, and sanctified Marie, the Mother of God.
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. / [1593] Phillis: honoured vvith pastorall sonnets, elegies, and amorous delights VVhere-vnto is annexed, the tragicall complaynt of Elstred.
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. / [1596] A margarite of America. By T. Lodge
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. / [1594] A looking glasse for London and England. Made by Thomas Lodge Gentleman, and Robert Greene. In Artibus Magister
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. / [1591] The famous, true and historicall life of Robert second Duke of Normandy, surnamed for his monstrous birth and behauiour, Robin the Diuell VVherein is contained his dissolute life in his youth, his deuout reconcilement and vertues in his age: interlaced with many straunge and miraculous aduentures. VVherein are both causes of profite, and manie conceits of pleasure. By T.L. G.
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. / [1593] The life and death of william Long beard, the most famous and witty English traitor, borne in the citty of London Accompanied with manye other most pleasant and prettie histories, by T.L. of Lincolns Inne, gent.
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. / [1592] Euphues shadow, the battaile of the sences Wherein youthfull folly is set downe in his right figure, and vaine fancies are prooued to produce many offences. Hereunto is annexed the deafe mans dialogue, contayning Philamis Athanatos: fit for all sortes to peruse, and the better sorte to practise. By T.L. Gent.
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. / [1595] A fig for Momus containing pleasant varietie, included in satyres, eclogues, and epistles, by T.L. of Lincolnes Inne Gent.
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. / [Anno 1596] The diuel coniured
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. / [1591] Catharos. Diogenes in his singularitie Wherein is comprehended his merrie baighting fit for all mens benefits: christened by him, a nettle for nice noses. By T.L. of Lincolns Inne, Gent: 1591.
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. / [1584] An alarum against vsurers Containing tryed experiences against worldly abuses. Wherein gentlemen may finde good counsells to confirme them, and pleasant histories to delight them: and euery thing so interlaced with varietie: as the curious may be satisfied with rarenesse, and the curteous with pleasure. Heereunto are annexed the delectable historie of Forbonius and Prisceria: with the lamentable complaint of truth ouer England. Written by Thomas Lodge, of Lincolnes Inne, Gentleman.
Loe, William, d. 1645. / [1621] Vox clamantis. Mark 1. 3 A stil voice, to the three thrice-honourable estates of Parliament: and in them, to all the soules of this our nation, of what state or condition soeuer they be. By William Loe, Doctor of Diuinitie, and chaplaine to the Kings most excellent Maiestie.
Loe, William, d. 1645. / [1645] A sermon preached at Lambeth, April 21, 1645, at the funerall of that learned and polemicall divine, Daniel Featley, Doctor in Divinity, late preacher there with a short relation of his life and death / by William Leo [sic] ...
Loe, William, d. 1645. / [1620 (24 Jan.)] Songs of Sion Set for the ioy of gods deere ones, vvho sitt here by the brookes of this vvorlds Babel, & vveepe vvhen they thinke on Hierusalem vvhich is on highe. By W.L.
Loe, William, d. 1645. / [1619] The mysterie of mankind, made into a manual, or The Protestants portuize reduced into explication application, inuocation, tending to illumination, sanctification, deuotion, being the summe of seuen sermons, preached at S. Michaels in Cornehill, London. By William Loe, Doctor of Diuinity, chaplaine to his sacred Maiesty, and pastor elect, and allowed by authority of superiours of the English Church at Hamborough in Saxonie.
Loe, William, d. 1645. / [1623] The kings shoe Made, and ordained to trample on and to treade downe Edomites; to teach in briefe, what is Edoms doome; what the carefull condition of the king, what the loyall submission of a subiect, and what proiects are onely to best purpose. Deliuered in a sermon before the king at Theobalds, October the ninth, 1622: by William Loe, Doctour of Diuinity, chaplaine to his sacred Maiestiy in ordinary.
Loe, William, d. 1645. / [1632] The incomparable jevvell Shewed in a sermon, which was preached in the church of B. in S. at the solemnization of a marriage, had betweene W.B. and E.S. the daughter of I.S. of London, merchant. Wherein, is recommended to every good and well disposed minde the matchless worth of a vertuous wife; and wherein also is discovered the hatefull company and hellish condition of a vitious -
Loe, William, d. 1645. / [1614] Come and see. The blisse of brightest beautie: shining out of Sion in perfect glorie Being the summe of foure sermons preached in the Cathedrall Church of Glocester at commandment of superiours. By William Loe.
Loftus, Edward, 17th cent. / [1642] Ioyfull nevves from Ireland, or, A trve relation of the great overthrow which the English gave the rebels before Drogheda sent in a letter bearing the date the 27 of February, to Sir Robert King Knight at Cecil House in the Strand.
Logan, John, 17th cent. / [1677] Analogia honorum, or, A treatise of honour and nobility, according to the laws and customes of England collected out of the most authentick authors, both ancient and modern : in two parts : the first containing honour military, and relateth to war, the second, honour civil, and relateth
Lok, Henry. / [1593] Sundry Christian passions contained in two hundred sonnets Diuided into two equall parts: the first consisting chiefly of meditations, humiliations, and praiers. The second of comfort, ioy, and thankesgiuing. By H.L.
Lok, Henry. / [1597] Ecclesiastes, othervvise called The preacher Containing Salomons sermons or commentaries (as it may probably be collected) vpon the 49. Psalme of Dauid his father. Compendiously abridged, and also paraphrastically dilated in English poesie, according to the analogie of Scripture, and consent of the most approued writer thereof. Composed by H.L. Gentleman. Whereunto are annexed sundrie sonets of Christian passions heretofore printed, and now corrected and augmented, with other affectionate sonets of a feeling conscience of the same authors.
London (England) / [1608?] Orders conceiued and agreed to be published, by the Lord Mayor and aldermen of the citie of London, and the iustices of peace of the counties of Middlesex and Surrey, by direction from the Lords of His Maiesties most honourable Priuie Councell
London (England). Provincial Assembly. / [1654] Jus divinum ministerii evangelici. Or The divine right of the Gospel-ministry: divided into two parts. The first part containing a justification of the Gospel-ministry in general. The necessity of ordination thereunto by imposition of hands. The unlawfulnesse of private mens assuming to themselves either the office or work of the ministry without a lawfull call and ordination. The second part containing a justification of the present ministers of England, both such as were ordained during the prevalency of episcopacy from the foul aspersion of anti-christianism: and those who have been ordained since its abolition, from the unjust imputation of novelty: proving that a bishop and presbyter are all one in Scripture; and that ordination by presbyters is most agreeable to the Scripture-patern. Together with an appendix, wherein the judgement and practice of antiquity about the whole matter of episcopacy, and especially about the ordination of ministers, is briefly discussed. Published by the Provincial Assembly of London.
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) / [1696] The ancient testimony and principle of the people called Quakers renewed with respect to the king and government, and touching the present association.
Long, J., verse writer. / [1655 i.e. 1654] An epitaph on the late deceased, that truely-noble and renowned lady Elizabeth Cromwel (mother to His Highness the Lo. Protector of Great Britain and Ireland, &c.) who lived to the age of 89. and died Nov. 16. 1654. and lieth buried in Westminster-Abbey.
Long, Thomas, 1621-1707. / [1678] Mr. Hales's treatise of schism examined and censured by Thomas Long ... ; to which are added, Mr. Baxter's arguments for conformity, wherein the most material passages of the treatise of schism are answered.
Long, Thomas, 1621-1707. / [1658] An exercitation concerning the frequent use of our Lords Prayer in the publick worship of God and a view of what hath been said by Mr. Owen concerning that subject / by Thomas Long ...
Longinus, 1st cent. / [1652] Peri hypsous, or Dionysius Longinus of the height of eloquence. Rendred out of the originall. By J.H. Esq;
Longland, John, 1473-1547. / [1536] A sermo[n]d [sic] spoken before the kynge his maiestie at Grenwiche, vppon good fryday: the yere of our Lord. M.CCCCCxxxvi. By Iohan Longlo[n]d byshope of Linclone. Ad laudem & gloriam Christi, & ad memoriam gloriosæ passionis eius
Longland, John, 1473-1547. / [1538] A sermonde made before the kynge his maiestye at grenewiche, vpon good frydaye. The yere of our Lorde God. M.D.xxxviij. By Ioh[a]n Longlonde, busshop of Lincolne. Ad gloriam Christi, & ad memoriam gloriosæ passionis eius. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum
Longland, John, 1473-1547. / [1527?] Ioannis Longlondi Dei gratia Lincolnien[sis] Episcopi, tres conciones reuerendissimo Domino. do. vvaramo Cantuariensi Archiepiscopo totius Angliæ primati merito nuncupatæ.
Longus. / [1657] Daphnis and Chloe. A most sweet, and pleasant pastorall romance for young ladies. / By Geo: Thornley, Gent.
Longus. / [1587] Daphnis and Chloe excellently describing the vveight of affection, the simplicitie of loue, the purport of honest meaning, the resolution of men, and disposition of fate, finished in a pastorall, and interlaced with the praises of a most peerlesse preincesse, wonderfull in maiestie, and rare in perfection, celebrated within the same pastorall, and therefore termed by the name of the shepheards holidaie. by Angell Daye. Altior fortuna virtus.
Lopes, Duarte. / [1597] A report of the kingdome of Congo, a region of Africa And of the countries that border rounde about the same. 1. Wherein is also shewed, that the two zones torrida & frigida, are not onely habitable, but inhabited, and very temperate, contrary to the opinion of the old philosophers. 2. That the blacke colour which is in the skinnes of the Ethiopians and Negroes &c. proceedeth not from the sunne. 3. And that the Riuer Nilus springeth not out of the mountains of the Moone, as hath been heretofore beleeued: together with the true cause of the rising and increasing thereof. 4. Besides the description of diuers plants, fishes and beastes, that are found in those countries. Drawen out of the writinges and discourses of Odoardo Lopez a Portingall, by Philippo Pigafetta. Translated out of Italian by Abraham Hartwell.
Lord, Henry, b. 1563. / [1630] A display of two forraigne sects in the East Indies vizt: the sect of the Banians the ancient natiues of India and the sect of the Persees the ancient inhabitants of Persia· together with the religion and maners of each sect collected into two bookes by Henry Lord sometimes resident in East India and preacher to the Hoble Company of Merchants trading thether
Loredano, Giovanni Francesco, 1607-1661. / [1664] Academical discourses upon several choice and pleasant subjects / written by the learned and famous Loredano ; Englished by J.B.
Louis XIV, King of France, 1638-1715. / [1688] The King of France's letter to the Earl of Tyrconnel, found in a ship laden with arms for Ireland.
Louis XIV, King of France, 1638-1715. / [1688] The French king's new declaration, in favour of the troopers, dragoons and soldiers, that having deserted his majesties forces before the first of January last, shall come and list themselves again, and serve for six years successively.
Louis XIV, King of France, 1638-1715. / [1688] The French King's memorial to the Pope
Louis XIV, King of France, 1638-1715. / [and reprinted, 1692] A copy of a letter from the French king to King James in answer to one from him. Translated from the French copy.
Love, Christopher, 1618-1651. / [1653] The zealovs Christian taking heaven by holy violence in severall sermons, tending to direct men how to hear with zeal, [how] to pray with importunity / preached by ... Mr. Christopher Love ...
Love, Christopher, 1618-1651. / [1660] The whole triall of Mr. Christopher Love, before a pretended high court of justice in Westminster Hall containing the charge of high treason against him ... with the relation of his suffering and his speech and prayer at his death on Tower-hill / published by John Farthing, citizen of London, who took the triall in the said court in short-writing for Mr. Love, and at his own request ; to which is added The tragedy of his triall and death in very elegant verses / by the acute author of Iter boreale.
Love, Christopher, 1618-1651. / [1651] A vindication of Mr. Christopher Love from divers scandalous reproaches cast upon him by the malignant party. Who charge him to be a hinderer of the Treaty at Uxbridge, and a disturber of the peace of this Common-wealth. Wherein he cleereth himself from those aspersions; and sheweth that he alwayes constantly endeavoured that peace with truth might be established; to the glory of God, and the comfort of this nation. Written with his own hand, before his death, and now published for general satisfaction.
Love, Christopher, 1618-1651. / [1655] A treatise of effectual calling and election In XVI. sermons, on 2 Peter 1.10. Wherein a Christian may discern, whether yet he be effectually called and elected. And what course he ought to take that he may attain the assurance thereof. Preached by that faithfull servant of Christ, Mr. Christopher Love, late minister of Laurence Jury, London.
Love, Christopher, 1618-1651. / [1651?] The strange and wonderful predictions of Mr. Christopher Love, minister of the Gospel at Laurence Jury, London who was beheaded on Tower-hill, in the time of Oliver Cromwell's government of England. Giving an account of Babylon's fall, and in that glorious event, a general reformation over all the world. With a most extraordinary prophecy, of the late revolution in France, and the downfall of the antichristian kingdom, in that country. By M. Peter Jurieu. Also, Nixon's Chesire prophecy.
Love, Christopher, 1618-1651. / [1647] Short and plaine animadversions on some passages in Mr. Dels sermon first preached before the Honourable House of Commons on Novemb. 25. 1646. But since printed without their order Setting forth the many dangerous and destructive assertions therein both to church and state, the covenant, and the reformation so much desired. Together, with an answer to an unlicensed pamphlet annext to the sermon, entituled, A reply to Master Loves contradictions. By Christopher Love minister of Anne Aldersgate, London. The second edition. Imprimatur Ja. Cranford. Decemb. 17. 1646.
Love, Christopher, 1618-1651. / [1657] The penitent pardoned a treatise wherein is handled the duty of confession of sin and the priviledge of the pardon of sin : together with a discourse of Christs ascension into heaven and of his coming again from heaven : wherein the opinion of the Chiliasts is considered and solidly confuted / being the sum and substance of several sermons preached by that faithful servant of Christ, Mr. Christopher Love ...
Love, Christopher, 1618-1651. / [1652] The naturall mans case stated, or, An exact map of the little world man considered in both his capacities, either in the state of nature or grace / as is laid down in XVII sermons by that late truely orthodox divine, Mr. Christopher Love ... ; whereunto is annexed The saints triumph over death, being his funeral sermon, by that painful labourer in the Lords vineyard, Mr. Tho. Manton ...
Love, Christopher, 1618-1651. / [1649] A modest and clear vindication of the serious representation, and late vindication of the ministers of London, from the scandalous aspersions of John Price, in a pamphlet of his, entituled, Clerico-classicum or, The clergies alarum to a third war. Wherein his king-killing doctrine is confuted. The authors by him alledged, as defending it, cleared. The ministers of London vindicated. The follies, and falsities of Iohn Price discovered. The protestation, vow, and the Covenant explained. / By a friend to a regulated monarchy, a free Parliament, an obedient army, and a godly ministry; but an enemy to tyranny, malignity, anarchy and heresie.
Love, Christopher, 1618-1651. / [1652] Grace: the truth and growth and different degrees thereof. The summe and substance of XV. sermons. Preached by that faithful and painful servant of Jesus Christ, Mr. Christopher Love, late minister of Lawrence Jury, London. They being his last sermons. To which is added a funerall sermon, being the very last sermon he ever preached.
Love, Christopher, 1618-1651. / [1657] The dejected soules cure tending to support poor drooping sinners. With rules, comforts, and cautions in severall cases. In divers sermons, by Mr. Christopher Love, late minister of Laurence Jury. To which is added, I. The ministry of the angels to the heirs of salvation. II. Gods omnipresence. III. The sinners legacy to their posterity.
Love, Christopher, 1618-1651. / [Printed in the year 1651] A cleare and necessary vindication of the principles and practices of me Christopher Love, since my tryall before, and condemnation by, the High Court of Iustice. Whereby it is manifested, that a close prison, a long sword, a High Court, and a bloody scaffold, have not in the least altered my judgment. Whereas also the cruelty of the sentence, the insufficiency of the proofs, and my own innocency, are demonstrated. As also my grounds and reasons of giving in a narrative, and the lawfulness of the matter and titles of my petitions (though to usurpers) manifested and maintained. Together with a declaration of my judgement concerning Cromwells unlawfull invasion of the kingdom of Scotland. Written by me Christopher Love, Master of Arts, minister of Lawrence Iury, London; penned by me the eighth of August, fourteen days before my death.
Love, Christopher, 1618-1651. / [1664] The Christians combat: or, His true spiritual warfare wherein is laid down the nature, power, and cunning deceit of Satan, the great enemy of our salvation. With the means whereby every good Christian may withstand his dreadful assaults. By C. L. late preacher of Gods word in the City of London.
Lovelace, Richard, 1618-1658. / [1659] Lucasta posthume poems of Richard Lovelace, Esq.
Lovell, Archibald. / [1696] A summary of material heads which may be enlarged and improved into a compleat answer to Dr. Burnet's Theory of the earth digested into an essay by a pensioner of the Charter-House.
Lover of ale. / [1691] An extempore sermon, preached upon malt, by a way of caution to good fellows; at the request of two schollars, / by a lover of ale, out of a hallow [sic] tree.
Lover of all those who are lovers of the truth. / [1680] New poems upon the death of that eminent servant of God and truly pious and learned minister of the Gospel, Mr. Stephen Charnock who departed this life July 27, 1680 / by a lover of all those who are lovers of the truth.
Lover of Englishmens freedomes. / [1649] A prospective glasse wherein Englands bondage under the Normane yoke, with the rise, growth, and continuation is clearly asserted, a subject not yet treated upon ... shewing how the law came to be in an unknown tongue, and from whence the judges and other inferior lawyers had their beginning, and in opposition to former law, how the 4 termes of the yeer came to be kept : as also, the corruption of this law, bringing with it the fines and rents to the lord of the manor for all free- holds and copyhold land : being a collection from the most choice of modern historians : with some copyhold land : being a collection from the most choice of modern historians : with some brief observations upon Scripture, as proving from thence that this law is contradictory to the nature of God's dealing with the sons of man, and contrary to the nature of freedome / by a lover of Englishmens freedomes.
Lover of his country. / [1689?] A ready way to prevent bribery, and to make good the Prince of Orange's declaration, humbly presented to the honorable Convention. By a lover of his country
Lover of music. / [1696] A poem occasioned on the death of Mr. Henry Purcell, late musician in ordinary to His Majesty by a lover of music.
Lover of truth and virtue. / [1680] Mr. Cowley's verses in praise of Mr. Hobbes, oppos'd by a lover of truth and virtue.
Lowde, James. / [1684] The reasonableness of the Christian religion a sermon preached at the visitation held at Stoakesly in Cleveland, in Yorkshire : being the first visitation of the Reverend Mr. Long, B.D. and Arch-Deacon of Cleveland / by Ja. Lowde ...
Lowde, James. / [1699] Moral essays wherein some of Mr. Locks and Monsir. Malbranch's opinions are briefly examin'd : together with an answer to some chapters in the oracles of reason concerning deism / by Ja. Lowde ...
Lowde, James. / [1694] A discourse concerning the nature of man both in his natural and political capacity, both as he is a rational creature and member of a civil society : with an examination of Mr. Hobbs's opinions relating hereunto / by Ja. Lowde ...
Lowe, Peter, ca. 1550-ca. 1612. / [1597] The whole course of chirurgerie wherein is briefly set downe the causes, signes, prognostications & curations of all sorts of tumors, wounds, vlcers, fractures, dislocations & all other diseases, vsually practiced by chirurgions, according to the opinion of all our auncient doctours in chirurgerie. Compiled by Peter Lowe Scotchman, Arellian, Doctor in the Facultie of Chirurgerie in Paris, and chirurgian ordinarie to the most victorious and christian King of Fraunce and Nauarre. Whereunto is annexed the presages of diuine Hippocrates.
Lowe, Peter, ca. 1550-ca. 1612. / [Anno Domini 1596] An easie, certaine, and perfect method, to cure and preuent the Spanish sicknes Wherby the learned and skilfull chirurgian may heale a great many other diseases. Compiled by Peter Lowe, Arellian: . . .
Lower, William, Sir, 1600?-1662. / [1661] Three new playes, Viz. The noble ingratitude. A pastoral-tragi-comedy. The enchanted lovers. A pastoral. The amorous fantasme. A tragi-comedy. All written by Sir Wil. Lower Knight
Lower, William, Sir, 1600?-1662. / [1639] The phaenix in her flames A tragedy. The scene, Arabia. The author, Master William Lower.
Lower, William, Sir, 1600?-1662. / [1661] A funeral elegy on Her Illustrious Highnesse the Princess Royal of Orange who departed this life the 3d. of January, new stile, 1661.
Lowndes, William, 1652-1724. / [1695] Some remarks on a report containing an essay for the amendment of the silver coins made to the right honourable the Lords Commissioners of His Majesties treasury / by Mr. William Lowndes ...
Lowndes, William, 1652-1724. / [1695] A report containing an essay for the amendment of the silver coins
Lowndes, William, 1652-1724. / [1695] A further essay for the amendment of the gold and silver coins. With the opinion of Mr. Gerrard de Malynes, who was an eminent merchant in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, concerning the standard of England.
Loyal Britain. / [1678] A cordial for England, or a character of true Britains [t]ogether with a narrative and recital of all Popish plots in England since the days of Queen Elizabeth. And a prophesie of Romes downfal, by a Loyal Britain.
Loyal P. E. N. / [1685] A poem on the most deplorable death of the Mighty Monarch, Charles II, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland
Loyal Society of Worsted Weavers in the city of Norwich (England) / [1655?] To the right honourable the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England. The humble petition of the Company of worsted-weavers of the City of Norwich, and county of Norfolk
Loyal subject to the King and a lover of the late Lord Brookes and all his wel-wishers. / [Anno Dom. 1642 i.e. 1643] Englands losse and lamentation, occasioned by the death of that Right Honourable, Robert Lord Brooke, Baron of Beauchamp-court, who was slaine at Lichfield the second day of March. 1642. Amplified, by some mournfull funerall expressions, from the authors feeling sense of so unvaluable a losse; complaining of the kingdomes stupidity, to awake a people slumbering in security, insensible of their insuing misery. Concluding with some consolations to his friends, and terror to his enemies popishly affected, and all malignants. By a loyall subject to the King, and a lover of the late Lord Brookes, and all his wel-wishers.