Lilley, W. Osborne (William Osborne), b. 1839. : Reminiscences of life in Brisbane, and reflections and sayings / by W. Osborne Lilley, F.R.H.S., author of "The Turville brothers," "Bound for Australia," "Life of Hon. W. Brookes," &c.
Lillicrap, James, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Before the Most Noble and Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes, the Schooner Thorn, Charles Ratcliff, master, an appeal from Jamaica, Charless Ratcliff the master and Richard Stiles the supercargo, claimants of the said schooner and cargo, on behalf of and as the true lawful and sole property of Thomas Callender and Thomas Shipley of Philadelphia, merchants and citizens of the United States of America, and also for the private adventures of themselves, the claimants, and of Samuel Wagner, also an American citizens, appellants, against James Lillicrap, Esq., commander of His Majesty's brig Dispatch, the captor and Charles Bishop, Esqr., His Majesty's procurator-general, respondents [electronic resource] : case on behalf of the claimants and appellants.
Lillie, Beatrice, 1894-1989. : Every other inch a lady : an autobiography / by Beatrice Lillie ; aided and abetted by John Philip ; written with James Brough.
Lilburne, Robert, 1613-1665. : Philastrogus knavery epitomized, with a vindication of Mr. Culpeper, Mr. Lilly, and the rest of the students in that noble art, from all the false aspersions (of the malicious antagonists) cast upon them, about the great eclipse of the Sunne. : Whereunto is annexed an epistle to all moderate spirited men, shewing the peoples great mistakes, and misunderstanding of the honest and ingenious artists, who spake truly, as is averred by this ensuing tractate. / Written by J.G. a lover of all ingenious arts and artists - Aprill the 5. 1652.
Lillingston, Luke, 1653-1713. : Mr. Burchett's justification of his naval-memoirs. : In answer to Reflections made by Col. Lillingston, on that part which relates two Cape Fraņcois and Port de Paix. With some short observations on our West-India expeditions.
Lillingston, Luke, 1653-1713. -- Early works to 1800. : Mr. Burchett's justification of his naval-memoirs. : In answer to Reflections made by Col. Lillingston, on that part which relates to Cape François and Port de Paix. With some short observations on our West-India expeditions.
Lillingstone, Dorothy, -1679. -- Early works to 1800. : Gods mercy and justice displayed, in the wicked life and penitential death of Dorothy Lillingstone : executed the 7. of April, 1679. at Kennington, for murthering her bastard-childe. Published at her earnest request. With Allowance.
Lillo, George, 1693-1739. : The works of Mr. George Lillo; with some account of his life... . Containing, Silvia; or, The Country Burial. A Ballad Opera. George Barnwell, A Tragedy. The Life of Scanderbeg. And The Christian Hero, A Tragedy.
Lillooet Indians. : A complex culture of the British Columbia Plateau [electronic resource] : traditional Stl'atl'imx resource use / edited by Brian Hayden.
Lillooet Indians -- Biography. : When I was small [electronic resource] = I wan kwikws : a grammatical analysis of St'át'imc oral narratives / by Lisa Matthewson ; in collaboration with Beverley Frank ... [et al.].
Lillooet Indians -- Claims. : The same as yesterday : the Lillooet chronicle the theft of their lands and resources / Joanne Drake-Terry.
Lillooet Indians -- Folklore. : Nilh iza sptakwlhkalh = These are our legends / narrated by Lillooet elders ; transcribed and translated by Jan van Eijk ; illustrated by Marie Abraham.
Lillooet language -- Readers. : Nilh iza sptakwlhkalh = These are our legends / narrated by Lillooet elders ; transcribed and translated by Jan van Eijk ; illustrated by Marie Abraham.
Lillooet language -- Texts. : When I was small [electronic resource] = I wan kwikws : a grammatical analysis of St'át'imc oral narratives / by Lisa Matthewson ; in collaboration with Beverley Frank ... [et al.].