Laud, William, 1573-1645. -- Library -- Early works to 1800. : A letter sent by William Lavvd Archbishop of Canterburie. With divers manuscripts to the Vniversity of Oxford. : Which letter, in respect it hath relation to this present Parliament, is here inserted. Together, with the answer which the Vniversitie sent him, wherein is specified their integrity, as he is their chancellor. The tenor whereof ensues.
Laud, William, 1573-1645. -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800. : Divine and politike observations nevvly translated out of the Dutch language, vvherein they vvere lately divulged. Upon some lines in the speech of the Arch. B. of Canterbury, pronounced in the Starre-Chamber upon 14. June, 1637. Very expedient for preventing all prejudice, which as well through ignorance, as through malice and flattery, may be incident to the judgement which men make thereby, either of his Graces power over the Church, and with the King, or of the equity, justice, and wisdome of his end in his said speech, and of the reasons used by him for attaining to his said end.
Laudan, Larry. : Has Laudan killed the demarcation problem? / Kirsten Walsh.
Laudario di Cortona. : Il Laudario di Cortona / versione ritmica delle melodie, nota introduttiva e apparato critico di Luigi Lucchi ; testi editi da Giorgio Varanini e da Luigi Banfi ; premessa, apparati e glossario a cura di Donella Bucciarelli Camalich Mambrini.
Laudatary poetry, Latin. : Oeuvres complètes d'Horace : traduction de la collection Panckoucke / par M. Félix Lemaistre ; et précédée d'une étude sur Horace par M. H. Rigault ...
Laudatory poetry -- 18th century. : The ridotto* of Bath : a panegyrick / written by a gentleman, resident in that city: being an epistle from Timothy Screw, under-server to Messrs. Kuhf and Fitzwater, to his brother Henry, waiter, at Almack's. Published originally in the Bath Chronicle, October 10th, 1771.
Laudatory poetry, English -- 18th century. : A poem upon the law. : Occasioned by a late Act of Parliament, entituled, An act for the amendment of the law, and the better advancement of justice. Together with a character of, and a panegyrick upon the Lord Keeper and the twelve judges. By a gentleman of the Inner-Temple.