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Longevity -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : The virtues of sage, in lengthening human life. With rules to attain old age in health and cheerfulness. By Dr. Hill.  1763? 1
Longitude -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.   4
Longitude -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain.   8
  Great Britain. -- See Great Britain. Lord Chancellor's Department   1
  Great Britain. -- 3 Related Subjects   3
Great Britain.   13
Great Britain. -- Archives -- Catalogs. : Guide to the records of the Lord Chancellor's Department / Patrick Polden.  1988 1
Great Britain. -- Biography.   4
  Great Britain. -- See Council on Tribunals (Great Britain)   1
Great Britain. -- Early works to 1800. : A brief discourse touching the Office of Lord Chancellor of England / written by the learned John Selden ; transcribed from a true copy thereof, found amongst the collections of that judicious antiquary St. Lo Kniveton ; together with A true catalogue of lord chancellors and keepers of the Great Seal of England, from the Norman Conquest, until this present year, 1671, by Sir William Dugdale.  1671 1
Great Britain. -- History. : John Scott, Lord Eldon, 1751-1838 : the duty of loyalty / R.A. Melikan.  1999 1
Great Britain. -- Indexes. : Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Chief Justices of England by Lord Campbell. Index.  1881 1
  Great Britain. -- 2 Related Subjects   2
Great Britain. -- Officials and employees -- Biography. : The Victorian chancellors / by J.B. Atlay.  1908 1
Great Britain.   11
Great Britain. -- Biography.   3
Great Britain. -- History. : John Scott, Lord Eldon, 1751-1838 [electronic resource] : the duty of loyalty / R.A. Melikan.  1999 1
  Great Britain. -- See Great Britain. Supreme Court.   1
  Great Britain. -- See Great Britain. Supreme Court of Judicature.   1
  Great Britain. -- See Great Britain. Lord Chancellor's Department   1
  Great Britain. -- See Great Britain. Lord Chancellor's Department   1
Great Britain. : The lives of all the Lords Chancellors, Lords Keepers, and Lords Commissioners, of the Great Seal of England : from William the Conqueror, to the present time: but more at large of those two great opposites, Edward Earl of Clarendon, and Bulstrode Lord Whitlock. With a parallel of their actions. To which is added, an appendix of many rare and valuable speeches, letters, &c. referring to the said Lives. In two volumes. Necessary for the readers of the Earl of Clarendon's and other histories of those times. By an impartial hand. .  1712 1
  Great Britain. -- See also England and Wales. Lord High Steward   1
Great Britain.   2
  Great Britain. -- See Great Britain. Lord Privy Seal   1
  Great Britain. -- 2 Related Subjects   2
  Great Britain. -- See also England and Wales. Lord Privy Seal   1
Great Britain. : Five years after : a review of health care research management after Rothschild : including an essay by Thomas P. Whitehead / edited by Gordon McLachlan.  1978 1
Great Britain. : An epitomie of tyranny in the island of Guernzey. : Sent in a letter to a person of quality in London, concerning the late irregular transactions there, in relation to a certain deputation and addresse made to Richard late Protector; with the said addresse it self, lately presented to him by Peter and William de Beauvoir the pretended deputy; discovering their evil and dangerous designs against the government of a Common-Wealth. / Now seasonably published by a lover of this Common-Wealth, and of his native countrey, for a warning to the faithfull now in authority ...  1659 1
Great Britain. -- Early works to 1800.   2
  Great Britain. -- See Great Britain. Board of Trade   1
  Great Britain. -- See Great Britain. High Court of Appeals for Prizes   1
  Great Britain. -- See Great Britain. High Court of Appeals for Prizes   1
Great Britain. -- Early works to 1800. : The speech of the Speaker of the House of Commons : on Saturday the 21st of August, 1714, upon presenting to the Lords Justices the bill for the better support of His Majesty's houshold, and of the honour and dignity of the Crown of Great Britain; together with the other money bill which then pass'd the royal assent.  1714 1
  Great Britain. -- See Great Britain. Board of Trade   1
  Great Britain. -- See Great Britain. Board of Trade   1
  Great Britain. -- See Great Britain. Board of Trade   1
  Great Britain. -- See Great Britain. Board of Trade   1
Lord's Supper -- Great Britain. : Letters and opinions of the press on the Purchas judgment [electronic resource].  1871 1
Lord's Supper -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.   3
Lord's Supper -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. : Together with rules and directions concerning suspention from the Sacrament of the Lords Supper in cases of ignorance and scandall. Also the names of such ministers and others that are appointed triers and judges of the ability of elders in the twelve classes within the province of London.  1645 1
Lord's Supper -- Meditations -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.   3
Losers -- Great Britain -- Fiction. : Twilight time / Simon Crump.  2004 1
  Great Britain. -- See Great Britain. Commission Appointed to Enquire into the Losses of American Loyalists, 1783-1789   1
Lost architecture -- Great Britain. : No voice from the hall : early memories of a country house snooper / John Harris.  1998 1
Lost articles -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain. : Property and the law of finders [electronic resource]/ Robin Hickey.  2010 1
Lost earnings damages -- Great Britain. : Economic loss / Robby Bernstein.  1998 1
Lost profits damages -- Great Britain.   2
Lotteries -- Great Britain.   25
Lotteries -- Great Britain -- Early work to 1800. : With great pleasure I humbly acquaint this prudent nation, of my safe return from Holland to this kingdom, (blessed be God for it) with my continual and sincere intention for their welfare and happiness, &c. Proposal. To establish by an act of Parliament (with the most repute and encouragement) an annual lottery, ...  1753 1
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