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Leigh, Dorothy (1616.). The mothers blessing, or, The godly counsaile of a gentle-woman not long since deceased, left behind her for her children. EEBO-TCP.

Leigh, Dorothy (Kemp) (1616). The Mother's Blessing. WWP.

Leigh, Edward (1641.). A treatise of the divine promises. EEBO-TCP.

Leigh, Edward (1648.). The saints encouragement in evil times, or, Observations concerning the martyrs in generall. EEBO-TCP.

Leigh, Edward (1650.). Annotations upon all the New Testament philologicall and theologicall. EEBO-TCP.

Leigh, Edward (1654.). A systeme, or, Body of divinity. EEBO-TCP.

Leigh, Edward (1656.). A treatise of religion&learning and of religious and learned men. EEBO-TCP.

Leigh, Edward (1657.). Annotations on five poetical books of the Old Testament. EEBO-TCP.

Leigh, Edward (1657.). Select and choyce observations, containing all the Romane emperours. EEBO-TCP.

Leigh, Edward (1658.). A philologicall commentary, or, An illustration of the most obvious and useful words in the lavv. EEBO-TCP.

Leigh, Edward (1658.). Second considerations concerning the High Court of Chancery, and the most excellent ordinance for the regulation and limitation of that court. EEBO-TCP.

Leigh, Edward (1661.). Choice observations of all the kings of England from the Saxons to the death of King Charles the First. EEBO-TCP.

Leigh, Edward (1663.). Fœlix consortium, or, A fit conjuncture of religion and learning. EEBO-TCP.

Leigh, Edward (1664]). Analecta Caesarum Romanorum, or, Select observations of all the Roman emperors. EEBO-TCP.

Leigh, Richard (1673.). The censure of the Rota. EEBO-TCP.

Leigh, Richard (1673.). The transproser rehears'd, or, The fifth act of Mr. Bayes's play. EEBO-TCP.

Leigh, Richard (1675.). Poems upon several occasions, and, to several persons. EEBO-TCP.

Leigh, Richard (1675). Leigh: Poems, Upon Several Occasions (1675). CH.

Leigh, William (1605.). The Christians vvatch, or, An heauenly instruction to all Christians, to expect with patience the happy day of their change by death or doome. EEBO-TCP.

Leigh, William (1606.). Great Britaines, great deliuerance, from the great danger of Popish powder. EEBO-TCP.

Leigh, William (1609.). The first step, towards heaven, or, Anna the prophetesse. EEBO-TCP.

Leigh, William (1612.). Queene Elizabeth, paraleld in her princely vertues, with Dauid, Iosua, and Hezekia. EEBO-TCP.

Leighton, Robert (1692]). Sermons preached by Dr. Robert Leighton, late archbishop of Glasgow. EEBO-TCP.

Leighton, Robert (1693.). A practical commentary, upon the two first chapters of the first epistle general of St. Peter. EEBO-TCP.

Leighton, Robert (1694]). A practical commentary upon the first epistle general of St. Peter. EEBO-TCP.

Leighton, William (1603.). Vertue triumphant, or, A liuely description of the foure vertues cardinall. EEBO-TCP.

Leighton, William (1603). Leighton, W.: Vertue trivmphant (1603). CH.

Leighton, William (1613.). The teares or lamentations of a sorrowfull soule. EEBO-TCP.

Leighton, William (1613). Leighton: The teares or lamentations of a sorrowfull Soule (1613). CH.

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