Lewes (England) -- Commerce -- 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.
Lightning -- England -- Lewes (Sussex) -- Early works to 1800. : An account of a very extraordinary effect of lightning on a bullock : at Swanborow, in the Parish of Iford near Lewes, in the County of Sussex. In sundry letters from Mr. James Lambert, Landscape-Painter at Lewes; and one from William Green, Esq. at Lewes; to William Henly, F.R.S. Read at the Royal Society, May 1, 1776.
Lewes, Watkin, -- Early works to 1800. : The hidden secret revealed : by way of supplement to Duffield's authentic and undisputed narrative of the singular and surprising conduct of Sir Watkin Lewes, Knight, respecting his detention and concealment of an old Latin deed, delivered to him near Seventeen Years ago, for the purpose of making out and establishing the title of a poor person in Pembrokeshire, to the large estate of Thomas James Selby, Late of Wavendon, in the County of Bucks, Esq. Who Died in the Year 1772: with Animadversions on the base Treachery of John Lloyd, Late of No. 24, now of No. 2, Lincoln's Inn Old Buildings, The Plaintiffs Counsel in a Cause in the Exchequer, against the said Sir Watkin Lewes, for recovery of the said Deed.
Lewes, Watkin, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : An authentic narrative of the singular and surprising conduct of Sir Watkin Lewes, knight, respecting his detention and concealment of an old Latin deed, delivered to him about ten years ago for the purpose of making out and establishing the title of a poor person in Pembrokeshire to the large estate of Thomas Selby, late of Wavendon, in the county of Bucks, Esq; who died in the year 1772 : With extracts from the office copy of his answer to a bill filed against him in the Court of Exchequer, for the recovery of the said deed: and also with extracts from the office copy of the depositions of witnesses taken in the cause on the behalf of the plaintiff, none having been examined by the defendant. Together with observations, pointing out the inconsistency and prevarication of his answer: and shewing, how the trial was eluded, and the cause struck out of the paper, just as it was going to be called on, by the positive refusal of plaintiff's counsel to open the cause, thinking it had too uncomely a countenance to appear before the court. By John Duffield, formerly.
Lewin, William, -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : The trial of William Lewin, alias William Henry Clarke, Alias William Brown, Alias William Hutchinson, Alias William Maule, alias William Hope, Before the Honourable Edward Bearcroft, his Majesty's Chief Justice of Chester, and Francis Burton, Esq; his Majesty's Other Justice of and for the Said County. on Monday the 18th of April, 1791, for robbing the boy who carried the mail between Warrington and Northwich, in the county of Chester, of his Horse, and the Bag which contained the Letters from Warrington to Northwich, On Tuesday the 11th of March, 1788. As taken in court.