Lambe, (Bulfinch) : A letter to His Majesty King George, from the most victorious and mighty Trudo Audato Povesau Danger Enjo Suveveveto Ene Mottee Addee Pou a Poulo Co Hullo Neccresy, King of Dauhomay and Emperor of Paupau, who lately conquer'd the great kingdoms of Ardah and Whidah, &c. / Presented to His Majesty on the 3d of May, by Capt. Lambe, ... ; To which is annexed, Capt. Lambe's scheme for trade with the said Emperor.
Lambe, Charles, 1679- : The wolf stript of his lamb's skin : in a letter to Mr. Lintot, by way of answer to Mr. C. L-b's letter to him, of Sept. 1716.
Lambe, Claire. -- Exhibitions. : Claire Lambe : mother holding something horrific : 8 April - 25 June 2017 / curators: Max Delany & Annika Kristensen.
Lambe, William, 1495-1580. : A memoriall of the famous monuments and charitable almesdeedes of the right worshipfull Maister William Lambe esquire : somtime gentleman of the chappell, in the reigne of the most renowmed King Henrie the eight, &c. and late citizen of London, and free of the right worshipfull companie of clothworkers: deceased the 21. of April. An. 1580. Recorded in print, according to the various and trueth of his last will and testament by Abraham Fleming.
Lambe, William, 1495-1580. -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : An epitaph, or funerall inscription, vpon the godlie life and death of the right worshipfull Maister William Lambe Esquire : founder of the new conduit in Holborne, &c. Deceased the one and twentith of April, and intumbed in S. Faiths Church vnder Povvles, the sixt of Maie next and immediatly follovving. Anno. 1580. Deuised by Abraham Fleming.
Lambeart, Deborah. : God visiting and avenging his soul, on a sinful people. [electronic resource] : A sermon preached in the Presbyterian meeting-house in Westerly, in the colony of Rhode-Island, upon the 24th day of February, 1760. / By Joseph Park, M.A. Minister of the Word of God. ; To which is praefixed a narrative of one special occasion of it, and the troubles remotely occasioned by it, and also annexed, a letter sent the author by a Reverend gentleman in Connecticut, to whom he sent the copies for advice. ; [Text]
Lambert, Anne Thérèse de Marguenat de Courcelles, 1647-1733. -- Early works to 1800. : The worrs of the Marchioness de Lambert. : Containing advice to a son and a daughter; treatises on friendship and old age; reflections on the fair sex, taste, and riches. With a number of genuine letters that passed between her and the Archbishop of Cambray, author of Talemachus; Mons. Riviere, Madam Tresnel, and other the most eminent persons of the age; and several other pieces never before printed. In which are thoughts on various, entertaining, and useful subjects, reflections on education, on the writings of Homer, and on various publick events of the time. Carefully translated from the French.
Lambert, David R., 1773 or 4-1825. : Trial of Moses Parker, James Buckland, Joseph Wade, William Walker, Cornelius Holly, Abraham Potts and Noah Doremus on an indictment for the murder of David R. Lambert on the 3d of June, 1825 [electronic resource] : at a Court of Oyer and Terminer, held in and for the city and county of New-York, on the third Monday of June, 1825, before the Hon. Ogden Edwards, judge of the First Circuit.
Lambert, Elizabeth, 1773?-1830. -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Four thousand pounds damages : the Right Honourable Lady Elizabeth Lambert, (daughter of the late Earl of Cavan) against Richard Tattersall, horse-dealer, and proprietor of the Morning-Post, for a libel, in which her ladyship is charged with unchastity, in eloping with her footman : tried before the Right Honourable Lloyd Lord Kenyon, and a special jury, at Westminster, on Monday, July 9, 1792.