Levy, Samuel -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The bankruptcy of James McClure, the Younger [electronic resource] : report of trials at the Spring Assizes, at Liverpool, March 31st and April 2nd and 3rd, 1860 : Fraser and others (assignees) versus Elias Levy and Co., same v. Sampson Sampson, same v. Samuel Levy.
Lewald, Fanny, 1811-1889 -- Correspondence. : Freundschaftsbriefe an einen Gefangenen : unbekannte Briefe der Schriftstellerin Fanny Lewald an den liberalen jüdischen Politiker Johann Jacoby aus den Jahren 1865 und 1866 / Gabriele Schneider (Hrsg.).
Lewellin, Maria. : The trial of Robert Edgworth : Esquire, for subornation of perjury. In which are inserted, the several indictments; with the record of the acquittal of Mary Neil, on a charge of felony; and the sentence pronounced upon him, the arguments of the counsel, and charge of the judge. To which is prefixed, a short note of the trial of Maria Lewellin, for being present, aiding and assisting in committing a rape on Mary Neil, a child of between twelve and thirteen years of age; and the letter of Archibald Hamilton Rowan, Esq; on that subject.
Lewellyn, C. G., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, March term, 1919, Carbon Steel Company, plaintiff in error, v. C.G. Lewellyn, collector of Internal Revenue, defendant in error, on writ of error to the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Pennsylvania [electronic resource] : brief for defendant in error.
Lewendel, Isaac, 1936- : Not the Germans alone : a son's search for the truth of Vichy / Isaac Levendel ; with a foreword by Robert O. Paxton.
Lewendel, Sarah, 1904-1944. : Not the Germans alone : a son's search for the truth of Vichy / Isaac Levendel ; with a foreword by Robert O. Paxton.
Bridges -- England -- Lewes -- Early works to 1800. : Observations and remarks on the case of the petitioners of the town of Lewes : and its environs, against the building a bridge over the river Ouse, at Newhaven Ferry, unless under particular Restrictions.
Lewes, Charles Lee, 1740-1803. : The hypocrite detected and exposed : and the true Christian vindicated and supported: in a sermon preached from a passage in a play-bill, December 15, 1793, in the Methodist Chapel in this City. With a reply, in an appendix, to a paper signed civis, concerning dancing. And a postscript, with remarks, on Mr Lee Lewes's answer. By Alexander Kilham, Minister of the Gospel.