Lord, Abbett & Co. : The story of Lord, Abbett & Co. and Affiliated Fund, inc.; a view of the capital needs of the U.S. economy [by] Robert S. Driscoll.
Lord, Abraham. : A seasonable plea for liberty of conscience, [electronic resource] : against some late oppressive proceedings; particularly in the town of Berwick, in the county of York. : [Four lines from Goddard]
Lord, Anne, 1696?-1748. : Heaven, a glorious retreat and rest; from all that is burdensome and afflicting. [electronic resource] : A funeral sermon for Mrs. Anne Lord; who died on the 5th of July 1748, and in the 52d year of her age. Delivered on the next Lord's-Day after. And now, published at the desire of her friends. / By Benjamin Lord, Pastor of a church in Norwich. ; [Eight lines of Scripture texts]
Lord Bacons Relation Of The Sweating Sickness Examined Stubbe Henry 1632 1676 : Misochymias elenchos, or, A check given to the insolent garrulity of Henry Stubbe [electronic resource] : in vindication of my Lord Bacon and the author : with an assertion of experimental philosophy : also some practical observations exhibited for the credit of the true chymical science : by George Thomson ...
Lord Baltamore's case concerning the province of Maryland. : Virginia and Maryland, or, The Lord Baltamore's printed case, uncased and answered [electronic resource] : shewing the illegality of his patent and usurpation of royal jurisdiction and dominion there : with the injustice and tyranny practised against ... adventurers and planters : also a short relation of the papists late rebellion against the government of His Highness the Lord Protector ... : to which is added a brief account of the commissioners proceedings in the reducing of Maryland ...
Lord, Benjamin, 1694-1784 -- Early works to 1800. : A letter to the Reverend Mr. Benjamin Lord, of Norwich [electronic resource] : occasioned by some harsh things which he has lately published against those who have dissented from his sentiments about the ministry, the church, and baptism. By Isaac Backus, Pastor of a church of Christ, in Middleborough. [Five lines of Scripture texts].
Lord Bishop Of Exeters Answer Blackall Offspring 1654 1716 : An humble reply to the right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Exeter's answer. In which the considerations lately offered to his Lordship are vindicated: and an apology is added for defending the foundation of the present government. By Benjamin Hoadly, ...
Lord Dunkellin, appellant -- Early works to 1800. : The Rt Honble John Earl of Clanrickard, and Michael, Lord Dunkellin, his eldest son. Appellts. Thomas Bourke, Esq; and the Right Honble Hellen Countess Dowager of Clanrickard, his wife, respondts. The respondents case [electronic resource].
Lord, Elizabeth. : A seasonable plea for liberty of conscience, [electronic resource] : against some late oppressive proceedings; particularly in the town of Berwick, in the county of York. : [Four lines from Goddard]
Lord, Frederic M., 1912- : Principles of modern psychological measurement : a festschrift for Frederic M. Lord / edited by Howard Wainer and Samuel Messick.
Lord, George D., -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the Supreme Court of the state of New York, Supreme Court-Albany County, the people of the state of New York vs. William C. Stephens, Thomas Gale, James Spencer, Henry G. Radcliff, Anson Knibloe, John F. Hosch, James J. Belden, George D. Lord, William Mudgett, Charles E. Case, Henry D. Denison, Gilbert Peterson and Lewis Selye, complaint [electronic resource].
Lord, Harvey -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The argument of Thomas James Finnie in the case of Harvey Lord vs. Zenophon Mulgrove and wife for slander [electronic resource] : in the Supreme Moot Court of Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tennessee at the end of the collegiate year, July, 1852 : before Hon. Ab. Caruthers, Hon. B.L. Ridley and Hon. N. Green, law faculty.