Lewis, Meriwether, 1774-1809 -- Travel -- West (U.S.) : History of the expedition under the command of Lewis and Clark : to the sources of the Missouri River, thence across the Rocky Mountains and down the Columbia River to the Pacific Ocean, performed during the years 1804-5-6, by order of the government of the United States.
Lewis, Miles. : An exact relation of the bloody and barbarous murder, committed by Miles Lewis, and his wife, a pi[n]m[a]ker upon their prentice, dwelling in Barnsby-street in S[o]uthwark. : Wherein is declared, the manner of his cruell tortures, shewing how he was whipt with rods of wire, and put to death with red-hot irons; the like never heard of before in any age. Also, the examination of this bloody woman before the Justice; with her charge and accusation, laid open against her. Witnesse [brace] John Newman, Jury-man of the Chaire. Thomas Walles, Stephen Robinson. Will. Robinson. Philip Henson. [brace] All jury men.
Lewis, Miles (Miles Bannatyne), 1943- -- Library -- Catalogs. : Source books in the development of building technology, architecture, Australian history, &c. : select catalogue of my collection as at 30 September 1991 : a special edition prepared for the visit of the Book Collectors Society of Australia (Victorian Branch), 4 October 1991 / Miles Lewis.
Lewis, Oliver. : Contemporary Black biography. Volume 56 : profiles from the international Black community / Sara and Tom Pendergast, editors.
Lewis, Paeony. : Something about the author. Volume 173 / Lisa Kumar, project editor.
Lewis, Pamela, 1956- : Teaching while black : a new voice on race and education in New York City / Pamela Lewis.
Lewis, Paul, d. 1763 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Complete Newgate calendar [electronic resource] : being Captain Charles Johnson's general history of the lives and adventures of the most famous highwaymen, murderers, street-robbers and account of the voyages and plunders of the most notorious pyrates, 1734, Captain Alexander Smith's compleat [i.e., compleate] history of the lives and robberies of the most notorious highwaymen, foot-pads, shop-lists and cheats, 1719, the Tyburn chronicle, 1768, the malefactors' register, 1796, George Borrow's celebrated trials, 1825, the Newgate calendar, by Andrew Knapp and William Baldwin, 1826, Camden Pelham's Chronicles of crime, 1841, etc. / collated and edited by G.T. Crook.
Lewis, Paul. -- Early works to 1800. : A True, genuine and authentic account of the behaviour, conduct and transactions of John Rice, the broker : And Paul Lewis, the famous highwayman, who were executed at Tyburn, on Wednesday, May 4, 1763. Shewing the method Rice took to transfer the stock and property of his employers to his own use, to the amount of 50,000l. Also, the several steps taken by the bank and South Sea Companies, and by the government, to secure him abroad, and to bring him to justice in his own country.