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Lestrade, Jean-Xavier de -- Views on U.S. legal system : Death on the staircase [videorecording] : the aftermath / produced & directed by Nick Copus.    1
Prance, Miles, active 1678-1689. : L'Estrange no papist : in answer to a libel entituled L'Estrange a papist, &c : in a letter to a friend, with notes an animadversions upon Miles Prance ... / by Roger L'Estrange.  1681 1
L'Estrange, George. : God's revenge against adultery awfully exemplified in the following cases of American crim. con. [electronic resource] : I. The accomplished Dr. Theodore Wilson, (Delaware,) who for seducing Mrs. Nancy Wiley had his brains blown out by her husband. II. The elegant James O'Neale, Esq., (North Carolina,) who for seducing the beautiful Miss. Matilda L'Estrange was killed by her brother / by Mason L. Weems.  1818 1
  Lestrange, Gisèle Celan- -- See Celan-Lestrange, Gisèle   1
L'Estrange, Hamon, 1583-1654. : The charge upon Sr. Hamon l'Estrange : together with his vindication and recharge.  1649 1
L'Estrange, Hamon, 1605-1660. -- Early works to 1800. : Extraneus vapulans: or The observator rescued from the violent but vaine assaults of Hamon L'Estrange, Esq. and the back-blows of Dr. Bernard, an Irish-deane. / By a well willer to the author of the Observations on the history of the reign of King Charles.  1656 1
L'Estrange, Hamon, 1605-1660.   2
  L'Estrange, Joseph, 1803-1870 -- See Mérimée, Prosper, 1803-1870   1
L'Estrange, Matilda. : God's revenge against adultery awfully exemplified in the following cases of American crim. con. [electronic resource] : I. The accomplished Dr. Theodore Wilson, (Delaware,) who for seducing Mrs. Nancy Wiley had his brains blown out by her husband. II. The elegant James O'Neale, Esq., (North Carolina,) who for seducing the beautiful Miss. Matilda L'Estrange was killed by her brother / by Mason L. Weems.  1818 1
L'Estrange, Michael, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Barbavilla trials and the Crimes Act in Ireland [electronic resource] / by Rev. John Curry, adm.  1885 1
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. : Mr. L'Estrange refuted with his own arguments : being a reply to his late impertinent pamphlet entituled L'Estrange no papist : in farther justification of the informations sworn against him, before the lords of the secret committee / by J.P., Gent...  1681 1
  L'Estrange, R. (Roger), 1616-1704 -- See L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704   1
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704.   41
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. : A letter to a friend concerning the late answers to a letter to the dissenter.  1687 1
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. : A Brief answer to Mr. L'Estrange, his appeal.  1680 1
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. : Som sober inspections made into those ingredients that went to the composition of a late cordial, call'd A cordial for the Cavaliers : for the satisfaction of som, who mis-apprehended the author.  1661 1
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704.   4
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. -- Early works to 1800. : The character of a popish successor, and what England may expect from such a one. Part the second. : Or The dispute of the succession moderately discuss'd upon the considerations of national practice, reason, and the statutes of the realm. With some reflections upon Mr. L'Estrange's (and another) answer to the first part of the Character, &c.  1681 1
  Cit and Bumpkin -- See Citt and Bumpkin   1
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. : The dialogue betwixt Cit and Bumpkin answered in another betwixt Tom the Cheshire piper, and Captain Crackbrains : dedicated to Right Worshipful the Mayor of Quinborough.  1680 1
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800. : Crackfart & Tony; or, knave and fool: in a dialogue over a dish of coffee, concerning matters of religion and government.  1680 1
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800. : The Observator's catechism.  1690? 1
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. : The assenters sayings : published in their own words for the information of the people : being in requital of Roger L'Estrange's Dissenters sayings / by an indifferent hand.  1681 1
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. -- Early works to 1800.   16
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. : A vindication of Dr. Oates from that scandalous pamphlet called, An hue and cry..  1681 1
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. -- Humor. : Towzers advice to the scriblers, forbiding them to come near his kennel, upon pain of being torn to pieces.  1681 1
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. -- Humor -- Early works to 1800.   2
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. -- Imprisonment -- Early works to 1800. : L'Estrange his appeale from the court martiall to the Parliament. : Dedicated to Right Honourable the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament.  1647 1
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. : Mr. L'Estrange refuted with his own arguments : being a reply to his late impertinent pamphlet entituled L'Estrange no papist : in farther justification of the informations sworn against him, before the lords of the secret committee / by J.P., Gent...  1681 1
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704.   3
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800. : A letter to the observator from William Smythies curate of St. Gyles Cripple-Gate in his own vindication.  1684 1
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. -- Early works to 1800.   3
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704.   3
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. -- Poetry.   4
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.   2
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. : Observations on observations : or, Our belief, in the Christian Religion's being a Divine Revelation, established upon its only proper and solid Foundation. With Some remarks on one of the late Mr. Chubb's Posthumous Works. In a letter from a True and Disinterested Christian, to the Author of a Pamphlet, intitled, The Reformation Reformed, &c.  1748 1
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. : A short reply to M. L'Estrange's Short answer to a litter of libels in a letter to a friend.  1680 1
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. : Some queries concerning the election of members for the ensuing Parliament : together with a reply by way of query to the same.  1690 1
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. -- Songs and music. : Towzer discover'd, or, A new ballade on an old dog that writes strange-lee : to the tune of Oh how unhappy a lover am I.  1683 1
L'Estrange, Roger, 1616-1704. : A letter to a friend concerning the late answers to A letter to the dissenter.  1687 1
  Lestris richardsonii -- See Parasitic jaeger   1
  Lestvichnik, active 6th century -- See John, Climacus, Saint, active 6th century   1
  Lestvičnik, active 6th century -- See John, Climacus, Saint, active 6th century   1
Lesu, New Ireland (Island)   2
Lesu, New Ireland (Papua New Guinea) : Life in Lesu [electronic resource] : the study of a Melanesian society in New Ireland / by Hortense Powdermaker ; foreword by Dr. Clark Wissler ...  1933 1
  Lesueur, 1760-1837 -- See Le Sueur, 1760-1837   1
  Lesueur, C. A. (Charles Alexandre), 1778-1846 -- See Lesueur, Charles Alexandre, 1778-1846   1
Lesueur, Charles Alexandre, 1778-1846.   2
Lesueur, Charles Alexandre, 1778-1846 -- Art collections. : Baudin in Australian waters : the artwork of the French voyage of discovery to the southern lands 1800-1804 / edited by Jacqueline Bonnemains, Elliott Forsyth and Bernard Smith.  1988 1
Lesueur, Charles Alexandre, 1778-1846. -- Exhibitions.   4
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