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LENGNICH (GOTFR.). Historia Polona a Lecho ad Augusti II. mortem. 8° Lips. 1740.

LENTZEN (JOHANNES HEINRICUS). De Pelagianorum Doctrinæ Principiis Dissertatio historico-critica. 8° Coloniæ ad Rhen. 1833.

LEON (MANUEL DE), Y CALLEJA (DIEGO). Comedia famosa.
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LEON, Y AREVALO (JOAN). Concion Panegyrica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar. 4° 1695.

LEONARD (PETER). Records of a Voyage to the Western Coast of Africa, and of the Service on that Station for the suppression of the Slave Trade, in 1830, 1, 2. 12o Edinb. 1833.

LEOPOLD I., Emperor of Austria. The Emperor's Answer to the French King's Manifesto. Translated from the Latin. 4° Lond. 1688.

Manifesto: plainly setting forth the right of the House of Austria to the Crown of Spain. Done from the original. 4° Lond. 1701.

LEPAGE (A. P.). L'Écho de Paris: a selection of familiar phrases in French. 12° Lond. 1834.

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LESLEY (JOHN), Bp. of Ross. The History of Scotland, from the Death 4° Edinb. 1830. of King James I. in 1436 to 1561.

LESS (G.). The Authenticity, uncorrupted Preservation, and Credibility of the New Testament. Translated by Roger Kingdon. 8° Lond.

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LESSIUS (LEONARDUS). De Providentia Numinis et Animi Immortalitate Libri duo adversus Atheos et Politicos. 8° Antverp. 1613. Presented by the Commissioners of the Public Records.

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LESSON (R. P.). Histoire naturelle des Oiseaux de Paradis, des Séricules et des Épimaques; Livrais. I-IV. 8° Par.

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LESTOCK (RICHARD). An Account of the late Expedition to Bretagne, conducted by Richard Lestock, Esq., Admiral of the Blue, and Lt.Gen. St. Clair. 8° Lond. 1747.

LETTERS. Remarks upon a popular Letter. 8° [Title wanting.]

The secret Letters of Amour between the Dutchess and Mynheer. 12° 1692.

Letters to Parliament-Men, in reference to some Proceedings in the House of Commons, during the last Session. 4° Lond. 1701.

A Letter from a Commoner of England to a Member of the Honourable H— of C. 4° Lond. 1705.

The Copy of a Letter to Sir Rowland G- -n, which miscarried. 4o 1705.

A Letter to Mr. B, a North-Wiltshire Clergyman, relating to an Address from that Archdeaconry to the Queen. 8° Lond. 1710.

A Letter to Sir J.
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Letter from a Layman, in Communion with the Church of England, though dissenting in some points, to the Bishop of 4° Lond. 1714.

A true Copy of a Letter to a Gentleman at Stourbridge, occasioned by "the Birmingham Dialogue." 8° 1739.

An expostulatory Letter to a certain right honourable Person [the Earl of Chesterfield] upon his late Promotion. 8° Lond. 1747.

A Collection of genuine Letters, from various Persons, occasioned by the Queries in the Daily Advertiser; relating to the most important doctrines of Christianity. 8° Lond. 1749.

A Letter from a Clergyman at London to the Inhabitants of Lisbon. Occasioned by the late dreadful earthquake. 8° Lond. 1755. A Letter to the Rt. Hon. Hy F-x [Henry Fox], Esq.

8° Lond. 1757.

A Letter to the Rev. Mr. B- -n, an eminent Dissenting Minister in Norwich; occasioned by two volumes of his discourses. 8° Lond. 1760.

A Letter from the anonymous Author of "the Letters Versified" to the anonymous Writer of "the Monitor." 4° Lond. 1761.

Letter to the P―s D-w-g-r of W. on the approaching Peace. 8° Lond. 1762.

A Letter from the Cocoa-Tree to the Country-Gentlemen. 4° Lond. 1763.

LETTERS. Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania, to the Inhabitants of the British Colonies. 8° Lond. 1768.

Letters and Essays, in Prose and Verse. [By Richard Sharp.] 8° Lond. 1834.

1834.

Letters to a Member of Parliament on the present State of Things; in reference to Scripture truth. 8° Lond. 1834.

A Letter to an Invalid about to visit Madeira. 8° Lond.

A Letter to a Tory Peer, on one point of the present State of Affairs. 8° Lond. 1834.

LETTRE de Corniflerie. Imprime nouvellement. 16° Par. [Lit. Goth.] Réimpr. Par.

LEVER (CHRISTOPHER). A Crucifixe; or, a meditation upon repentance and the holie passion. 4° Lond. Printed by V. S. 1607.

LEVESQUE (PIERRE CHARLES). Histoire critique de la République Romaine; 3 Tom. 8° Par. 1807.

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LEWIN (Sir GREGORY A.). A Report of Cases determined on the Crown Side on the Northern Circuit, from the Summer Circuit of 1822 to that of 1833. 12° Lond. 1834.

LEWIS (JAMES). The Christian Duty of the Electors of Magistrates, and of the Elected. 8° Edinb. 18S3.

LEWIS (M. G.). Journal of a West India Proprietor, during a Residence in the Island of Jamaica. 8° Lond. 1834.

LEWIS (THOMAS). The Nature of Hell, the Reality of Hell-fire, and the Eternity of Hell-torments. 8° Lond. 1720.

LEXICON Rhetoricum Cantabrigiense, e Margine MS. Harpocrationis, Bibl. Publ. Cantab., DD 4. 63. Exscripsit P. P. Dobree, A.M. 8° Cantabr. 1834.

LEX VERA. I. Shewing the power of kings. II. Discussing the authority of parliaments. III. Proving the right of dominion to be in the people. 4° Lond. 1702.

LEYDEN. Justificatie des Magistraets tot Leyden. 4o 1579.

Vermaninge ende waerschouwinge van die vande Gerechte der Stadt Leyden aende Burgeren ende Innewoonderen der zelver Stede. 4° Leyden, 1587.

LEYSERUS (POLYCARPUS). Dissertatio de primis Theologiæ Doctoribus e Saxonum gente, Hugone [a S. Victore], Comite Blankenburgensi, Hermanno de Schildis, Thoma, Duce Brunsvicensi. 4° Helmst.

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[2d Edit.] 8° Lond. 1765.
Additions to the 2d Edit.
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8°.

LIBRARIES. Plans for Libraries, by a friend of education. 4o Andover, U.S., 1833.

LIBRARY. The Compleat Library, March, 1694. 4° Lond. 1694.

Library of Ecclesiastical Knowledge. [Critical series; Vol. 1.] 12° Lond. 1834.

[Historical Series; Vol.

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[Miscellaneous

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Series.

Library of Entertaining Knowledge for 1833, 4. [The Hindoos; Vol. 1. The domestic habits of Birds; 1 Vol. History of British Costume; 1 Vol.] 12° Lond.

Family Classical Library; No. XLIX-LII. [Livy, by Baker, Vol. IV-VII.] 12° Lond. 1834.

The Family Library; Vol. XLI-XLVII. [Lord Woodhouselee's Universal History, 6 Vol. Fairy Legends and Traditions of the South of Ireland; 1 Vol.] 12° Lond. 1834.

The Friends' Library; Vol. v, VI. [Sewel's History of the Society of Friends.] 12° Lond. 1833, 4.

The Instructive Library. By a friend of the author of "a Tale of a Tub." 8° 1710.

The Naturalist's Library; Vol. 1-IV. [Jardine's Mammalia, Vol. 1, 11. Ornithology, Vol. III, IV.] 8° Edinb. 1833, 4.

The Polymicrian Library. Vol. 1. [Biographical Dictionary. By F. C. Meadows, M.A.] 16° Lond. 1834.

The Reformer's Library; No. IV. [The Rights of Nations.] 8° Lond. 1832.

Library of Romance. Edited by Leitch Ritchie; Vol. IX-XIII. [The Dark Lady of Doona. The Baronet. The Sea-Wolf. The Jesuit. The Siege of Vienna.] 8° Lond. 1834.

The Sunday Library for Young Persons, edited by the Rev. Henry Ware, Jun. [Vol. 1. The Life of the Saviour; Vol. 11. Life of Howard.] 12° Lond. 1833, 4.

LIBRARY. The Theological Library; Vol. VI-X. [Le Bas' Lives of British Divines; Vol. 1. Smedley's History of the Reformed Religion in France; Vol. 11, 111. Russell's History of the Church in Scotland; Vol. 1, 11.] 8° Lond. 1834.

of Useful Knowledge. [The Art of Brewing. By David Booth; 4 Pts. Cattle; 1 Vol. British Husbandry; Vol. 1. Natural Philosophy; Vol. III.] 8° Lond. 1832-34.

LIEBER (FRANCIS). A Constitution and Plan of Education for Girard College for Orphans, with an introductory report, laid before the board of trustees. 8° Philadelphia, 1834.

LIECHTENBERGER (JOH.).

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LIGUORI (ALFONSO). The Glories of Mary, Mother of God. Translated. 16° Dubl. 1833.

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LIJNDRAEYER (JAN PIETERSZ.). Sententien by Schepenen der Stadt. Leyden ghearresteert jeghens Jan Pietersz. Lindraeyer over de conspiratie jegens den Prince van Orangien. 4° Leyden, 1623. LILLINGSTON (CHARLES). An Extract from his Speech at Coleshill, in Warwickshire. [And part of his speech at Warwick.] 8" Birmingh. [1834].

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LIMERICK. A Diary of the Siege and Surrender of Limerick; with the articles, civil and military. 4" Lond. 1692.

LINCOLN. Rules for the Government of the County-Gaol and Castle of Lincoln. 4° Lond. 1827.

LINDLEY (JOHN). Ladies' Botany. 8° Lond. 1834.

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