Local officials and employees -- Great Britain -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. : The complete parish-officer : containing, I. The authority and duty of high constables, Petty Constables, Headboroughs, and Tithingmen, in every Branch of their Duties, pursuant to Acts of Parliament: With the High Constables Precepts, Presentments, Warrants, &c. II. Of Churchwardens; how cho-chosen; their Business in repairing of Churches, &c. and assigning of Seats; the Manner of possing their Accounts, and the Laws concerning the Church in all Cases; and an Abstract of all the Acts for building Churches in London and Westminster. Also of Sidesmen, and their Duty; and Vostrymen, &c. III. Of Overseers of the Poor, and their Office; their Power in relieving, employing, and settling, &c. of poor Persons; the Laws relating to the Poor, and Settlements, and the Statutes concerning Masters and Servants. IV. Of Surveyors of the Highways, and Scavengers; how elected; their Business in amending the Ways, &c and the Duty of others, with the Methods of Taxation, and Laws of the Highways. V. Of watchmen, their Original and Power. Together with the new Statutes relating.
Locks (Hydraulic engineering) -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : Estimate of building a navigation lock of stone at Kirkstead upon the River Witham to penn vessels, seventy-eight feet long and sixteen feet and an half wide, together with the necessary abutments at each end, facing the side next the stanch and river with similar ashler work of stone.
Lodging-houses -- Great Britain -- Societies, etc. : Business girls in London : a plea for a Girls' Friendly Lodge in Holborn : paper read by Mrs Brooke Houston at the meeting of Girls' Friendly Society Branch secretaries of the London diocese, on Monday, Oct. 21, 1878, at the Girls' Friendly Lodge, 245 Vauxhall Bridge Road / Girls' Friendly Society.
Logarithms -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : New logarithmes. : The first inuention whereof, was, by the Honourable Lo: Iohn Nepair baron of Marchiston, and printed at Edinburg in Scotland, anno: 1614... These being extracted from and out of them (they being first ouer seene, corrected, and amended) require not at all any skill in algebra or cossike numbers .. / By John Speidell, professor of the mathematickes ....