[Lodge, Lubenham] -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800. : The subsequent account of what passed lately at Lubenham Lodge, in Leicestershire, an estate belonging to Benjamin Kidney, Esq. has many circumstances in it deeply interesting to every gentleman of landed property - Mr. Kidney, therefore, thinks it but just to print and publish the particulars, that every gentleman may be put upon his guard against the machinations of a most abandoned gang of land swindlers who are numerous, whose deep laid schemes have been too successful already for want of spirit and resolution to resist them.
Lodge, Milton -- Influence. : The feeling, thinking citizen : essays in honor of Milton Lodge / edited by Howard Lavine and Charles S. Taber.
Lodge, : A genuine epistle written some time since to the late famous Mother Lodge.
Lodge, Robert. : Several living testimonies / given forth by divers friends to the faithful labours and travels of that faithful and constant servant of the Lord, Robert Lodge ... ; also, two general epistles, written by himself long since to the believers in Christ, and are now printed for their edification and refreshment.
Lodge, Robert, approximately 1636-1690. -- Early works to 1800. : Several living testimonies / given forth by divers Friends to the faithful labours and travels of that faithful and constant servant of the Lord Robert Lodge Who was a true minister of the Gospel of Christ, a valient sufferer for the testimony of a good conscience, & one that held out to the end, and is saved. Also, two general epistles, written by himself long since, to the believers in Christ; and are now printed for their edification and refreshment.
Lodge, Thomas, 1558?-1625. : Playes confuted in fiue actions : prouing that they are not to be suffred in a Christian common weale, by the waye both the cauils of Thomas Lodge, and the play of playes, written in their defence, and other obiections of players frendes, are truely set downe and directlye aunsweared. By Steph. Gosson, stud. Oxon.
[Lodge, Thomas], -- Trials, litigation, etc., -- Early works to 1800. : Richard Wilson, Esq; Samuel Killingbeck, Thomas Sawer, Thomas Micklethwaite, Thomas Cookson, Thomas Lodge, Thomas Fenton, Walter Stanhope, Richard Lepton, Esq; and Gervas Smith, ten of the trustees of the Advowson of the vicarage of Leeds, in the county of York; and James Scott, clerk; - - - appellants. Samuel Kirshaw, clerk; Thomas Denison, Robert Denison, William Preston, Francis Milner, Henry Pawson, Edmund Barker, Richard Tottie, Francis Blayds, John Brooke, Robert Dixon, Henry Smithson; Sir Henry Ibbetson, Baronet; and his Grace Matthew Lord Archbishop of York, respondents. The case of the respondents, Thomas Denison, Robert Denison, William Preston, Francis Milner, Henry Pawson, Edmund Barker, Richard Tottie, Francis Blayds, John Brooke, Robert Dixon, and Henry Smithson, eleven of the trustess of the said advowson of the vicarage of leeds; and of Sir Henry Ibbetson, another of the said trustees; and of Samuel Kirshaw, clerk....
Freemasonry -- Lodges. : Grand Lodge of the most ancient and honourable fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons of Pennsylvania, and masonic jurisdiction thereunto belonging, according to the old institutions. [electronic resource] : At a grand communication held at Philadelphia, on Wednesday, December 27th, A.L. 5797, being St. John the Evangelist's day, the brethren herein after named, having been duly elected thereto, were severally installed ...
Freemasonry -- Great Britain -- Lodges -- 18th century. : The pocket companion and history of free-masons. : Containing their origine, progress, and present state: an abstract of their laws, constitutions, Customs, Charges, Orders, and Regulations, for the Instruction and Conduct of the Brethren. A confutation of Dr. Plot's false insinuations: An Apology occasioned by their Persecution in the Canton of Berne, and in the Pope's Dominions. And a collection of songs; a List of all the Lodges, in a new yet easy Method; and other Particulars, for the Use of the Society.
Freemasonry -- Victoria -- Lodges. : Proceedings : Grand Lodge of Victoria for period ending 12th September, 1940, also minutes of the last Annual Conference, and business sheet, General Meeting, Melbourne, October, 1940 / G.U.O.O.F.
Freemasons -- Lodges -- Early works to 1800. : Shibboleth: or, every man a free-mason. : Containing a history of the rise, progress, and present state, of that ancient and noble order. Likewise The true and Original Form used in making a Free-Mason; with the Lectures, Oaths, and Obligations, of each Degree. ---- The Sign, Token, and Word, by the Observation of which a Person may gain Admittance into any Lodge, and pass for a Free and Accepted Mason. With many curious Observations and Remarks, worthy the Notice of Free Masons, and others. By a pass'd master. To which is added, a new and complete list of all the regular and constituted lodges, &c.