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“L'Allegro”, Poems of Mr. John Milton, both English and Latin (1645) [Milton]
“La Place, Traité de Méchanique Céleste”, Edinburgh Review (January 1808) [Playfair]
“La Roche Jaquelein—La Vendée”, Quarterly Review (April 1816) [Southey]
La vida es sueño (1635) [Calderon]
Lacon, or, Many Things in a Few Words: addressed to those who think (1820-1822) [Colton]
“The Ladle”, Poetical Miscellanies: the Fifth Part. Containing a Collection of Original Poems, with several new Translations (1704) [Prior]
Lady Palmerston and her Times (1922) [Airlie]
“Lady Suffolk's Correspondence”, Edinburgh Review (March 1824) [Ellis]
Lady Palmerston. A Biographical Sketch (1872) [Hayward]
Lady Jane Grey: a Tale (1809) [Hodgson]
Lady Jane Grey: a Tale, in Two Books: with Miscellaneous Poems, in English and Latin (1809) [Hodgson]
The Lady of the Lake: a Poem (1810) [Scott]
“The Lady of Shalott”, Poems (1833) [Tennyson]
Lady Byron Vindicated: a History of the Byron Controversy (1870) [Stowe]
Lady Jane Grey: an Historical Romance (1840) [Miller]
Laelius de Amicitia (44 BC) [Cicero]
“Laing's Edition of Macpherson”, Edinburgh Review (July 1805) [Scott]
“The Laird's Jock”, The Keepsake for 1829 (1828) [Scott]
Lalla Rookh, an Oriental Romance (1817) [Moore]
“Lamb's Specimens of English Dramatic Poets”, Monthly Review (April 1809) [Denman]
Lamb & Hazlitt: further Letters and Records hitherto unpublished (1899) [Hazlitt]
Lamb and Hazlitt. Further letters and records hitherto unpublished (1900) [Lamb]
The Lambs, their Lives, their Friends, and their Correspondence, New Particulars and New Material (1897) [Lamb]
“Lament for James, Earl of Glencairn”, Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect (1793) [Burns]
“Lament”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
The Lament of Tasso (1817) [Byron]
“Lamia”, Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes and other Poems (1820) [Keats]
Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes and other Poems (1820) [Keats]
“The Lamp of St. Agatha: a Hint for a Romance”, The Cabinet (1803) [Moore]
“The Land of Poetry”, English Helicon of the Nineteenth Century; a Selection of Modern Poetry (1841) [Hervey]
The Land we live in: a Pictorial and Literary Sketch-book of the British Empire (1847-1850) [Knight]
Landmarks of the History of England (1858) [White]
Landmarks of the History of Greece (1857) [White]
“Landor's Imaginary Conversations”, Edinburgh Review (March 1824) [Hazlitt]
“Landor, Imaginary Conversations”, Quarterly Review (January 1824) [Taylor]
The Landscape, a Didactic Poem. In Three Books. Addressed to Uvedale Price, Esq (1794) [Knight]
“Landt's Description of the Feroe Islands”, Quarterly Review (November 1810) [Southey]
“Languishing Lyrics; or the Lamentable Loves of the Lachrymose Lord and the Lugubrious Lady”, The Sun (23 September 1815) [Southey]
“Laodamia”, Poems by William Wordsworth (1815) [Wordsworth]
“Laplace's Supplement to the Méchanique Céleste”, Quarterly Review (February 1809) [Young]
“Lara, a Tale”, Lara, a Tale. Jacqueline, a Tale (1814) [Byron]
“Larrey's Surgical Campaigns”, Edinburgh Review (March 1819) [Brougham]
“The Lass of Fair Wone”, Monthly Magazine (April 1796) [Burger]
“The Lass of Paties Mill”, The Gentle Shepherd: a Scots Pastoral Comedy (1725) [Ramsay]
“Last Moments of Lord Byron”, The Examiner (22 August 1824) [Bruno]
The Last of the Mohicans; a Narrative of 1757 (1826) [Cooper]
“The Last Constantine”, The Siege of Valencia: a Dramatic Poem; The Last Constantine: with other Poems (1823) [Hemans]
The Last of the Plantagenets: an Historical Romance: illustrating some of the Public Events, and Domestic and Ecclesiastical Manners, of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries (1829) [Heseltine]
The Last Essays of Elia: being a Sequel to Essays published under that Name (1833) [Lamb]
“The Last Peach”, London Magazine (April 1825) [Lamb]
The Last Days of Pompeii (1832) [Lytton]
The Last Days of Lord Byron: with his Lordship's Opinions on various Subjects, particularly on the State and Prospects of Greece (1825) [Parry]
“Eclogue. The Last of the Family”, The Annual Anthology (1799) [Southey]
“Last Epistle and other Writings”, A Journal of the Life, Gospel Labours, and Christian Experiences, of that Faithful Minister of Jesus Christ, John Woolman, Late of Mount-Holly, in the Province of New-Jersey, North-America. To which are added, his Works, containing his Last Epistle and other Writings (1776) [Woolman]
“The Last Bottle”, Death's Doings: consisting of numerous Original Compositions in Prose and Verse, the friendly Contributions of various Writers. Vol. II (1827) [Jerdan]
“The Last Man”, New Monthly Magazine (September 1823) [Campbell]
The Last Man (1826) [Shelley]
“The Late Revolution in France”, Edinburgh Review (October 1830) [Brougham]
“Late Vote of the House of Commons”, Edinburgh Review (March 1827) [Brougham]
“The Late Queen of Prussia”, Literary Gazette (3 January 1818) [Croly]
Latin and Italian Poems of Milton translated into English Verse; and a Fragment of a Commentary on Paradise Lost, by the late W. Cowper with a Preface and Notes by the Editor (W. Hayley) and Notes of Various Authors (1808) [Cowper]
“The Launch of a First-rate. Written on witnessing the Spectacle”, The Pilgrim of Glencoe: and other Poems (1842) [Campbell]
Lavengro; the Scholar—the Gypsy—the Priest (1851) [Borrow]
The Law of Population: a Treatise, in Six Books; in disproof of the Superfecundity of Human Beings, and developing of the real Principle of their Increase (1830) [Sadler]
Lawrie Todd; or, the Settlers in the Woods (1830) [Galt]
Lawyers and Legislators, or, Notes on the American Mining Companies (1825) [Disraeli]
The Lay of Marie: a Poem (1816) [Betham]
“The Lay of the Brown Rosary”, Poems (1844) [Browning]
A Lay Sermon, addressed to the higher and middle Classes, on the existing Distresses and Discontents (1817) [Coleridge]
“The Lay of the Laureate”, The Examiner (7, 14 July 1816) [Hazlitt]
The Lay of an Irish Harp; or, Metrical Fragments (1807) [Morgan]
The Lay of the Scottish Fiddle: a Tale of Havre de Grace. Supposed to be written by Walter Scott, Esq. (1813) [Paulding]
The Lay of the Last Minstrel: a Poem (1805) [Scott]
The Lay of the Laureate. Carmen Nuptiale (1816) [Southey]
Lays of Middle Age: and Other Poems (1859) [Hedderwick]
Lays of Ancient Rome (1842) [Macaulay]
Lays (1821) [Macken]
“Lazy Lawrence”, The Parent's Assistant: or, Stories for Children (1796) [Edgeworth]
Le mie prigioni, etc. (1834) [Pellico]
Leaves from the diary of Henry Greville (1883-1905) [Greville]
Leaves of Laurel; or, New Probationary Pdes, for the vacant Laureatship (1813) [Hodgson]
Leaves from a Journal and other Fragments in Verse (1845) [Robertson]
“A Lecture Introductory to the Courses delivered before the Mercantile Association of New York”, The New-York Mirror (3 December 1831) [Verplanck]
Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres (1783) [Blair]
Lectures on the Philosophy of the Human Mind (1820) [Browne]
“Lectures on Poetry, the Substance of which was delivered at the Royal Institution”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1821) [Campbell]
“Lectures on Sculpture, by John Flaxman, Esq.”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1830) [Campbell]
Lectures on Scripture Facts (1766) [Collyer]
Lectures on Sculpture, as delivered by him before the President and Members of the Royal Academy, with a brief Memoir of the Author (1829) [Flaxman]
Lectures chiefly on the Dramatic Literature of the Age of Elizabeth. Delivered at the Surry Institution (1821) [Hazlitt]
Lectures on the English Comic Writers. Delivered at the Surry Institution (1819) [Hazlitt]
Lectures on the English Poets delivered at the Surrey Institution (1818) [Hazlitt]
Lectures in Divinity: delivered in the University of Cambridge (1796-1798) [Hey]
Lectures on Electricity (1794) [Morgan]
Lectures on the History of Literature, Ancient and Modern (1818) [Schlegel]
Lectures on Modern History (1840) [Smyth]
Lectures on History; second and concluding Series, on the French Revolution (1840) [Smyth]
Lectures on the Constitution and Laws of England (1790) [Sullivan]
“The Left-Handed Fiddler”, Blackwood's Magazine (November 1824) [Hogg]
A Legend of Florence. A Play in five Acts (1840) [Hunt]
“Legend of Montrose”, Tales of my Landlord: third series (1819) [Scott]
Legends of the North; or, the Feudal Christmas; a Poem (1825) [Rolls]
“Leigh Hunt's Rimini”, Quarterly Review (January 1816) [Croker]
“Lenore”, Göttingen Musenalmanach (1774) [Burger]
Leonidas, a Poem (1737) [Glover]
Leonora (1806) [Edgeworth]
Leonora. Translated from the German of Gottfried Augustus Bürgher (1796) [Spencer]
Lessons in Criticism to William Roscoe, Esq., F.R.S., member of the Della Crusca Society of Florence, F.R.S.L. in answer to his Letter to the Reverend W. L. Bowles on the Character and Poetry of Pope: with further Lessons in Criticism to a Quarterly Reviewer (1826) [Bowles]
“Lessons in Criticism”, New Monthly Magazine (May 1826) [Campbell]
A Letter from Mr. Burke, to a Member of the National Assembly: in answer to some Objections to his Book on French Affairs (1791) [Burke]
A Letter from the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, to a Noble Lord, on the Attacks made upon him and his Pension, in the House of Lords, by the Duke of Bedford, and the Earl of Lauderdale, early in the present Sessions of Parliament (1796) [Burke]
A Letter from the Rt. Honourable Edmund Burke to His Grace the Duke of Portland on the Conduct of the Minority in Parliament: containing Fifty-four Articles of Impeachment against the Rt. Hon. C. J. Fox (1797) [Burke]
“Letter”, Morning Chronicle (23 October 1812) [Busby]
“Letter to the Mohawk chief Ahyonwaeghs, commonly called John Brant, Esq. of the Grand River, Upper Canada”, New Monthly Magazine (February 1822) [Campbell]
A Letter to the Earl Camden: containing a full, correct, and authentic Narrative of the Transactions connected with the late Duel (1809) [Canning]
A Letter to Herbert Marsh, D.D.F.R.S. &c. &c. &c.: in reply to certain Observations contained in his Pamphlet relative to the British and Foreign Bible Society (1812) [Clarke]
A Letter to the Inhabitants of Edinburgh, on the new Police Bill (1822) [Cockburn]
“Letter to Peter Morris, M. D., on the Sorts and Uses of Literary Praise”, Blackwood's Magazine (September 1820) [Coleridge]
A Letter to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, M.P. for the University of Oxford, on the Pernicious Effects of a Variable Standard of Value, especially as it regards the Condition of the Lower Orders and the Poor Laws (1819) [Copleston]
A Letter, Commercial and Political, addressed to the Rt. Honble. William Pitt: in which the Real Interests of Britain, in the Present Crisis, are considered, and some Observations are offered on the General State of Europe (1793) [Currie]
A Letter to the Earl of Liverpool, on the Subject of the Greeks (1822) [Erskine]
“Riddle on the Letter ‘H’”, A Collection of Poems, chiefly manuscript, and from Living Authors (1823) [Fanshawe]
A Letter from the Right Honourable Charles James Fox to the Worthy and Independent Electors of the City and Liberty of Westminster (1793) [Fox]
Letter of Advice to a Young American, on the Course of Studies it might be most advantageous for him to pursue (1818) [Godwin]
A Letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt, Chancellor of the Exchequer: on the Reform of the Internal Government of the Royal Boroughs of Scotland (1788) [Graham]
A Letter to John Murray, Esq., touching an Article in the last Quarterly Review, on a Book called 'Some Memorials of Hampden, his Party, and his Times' (1832) [Grenville]
A Letter to William Gifford, Esq. from William Hazlitt, Esq. (1819) [Hazlitt]
“Letter from James Hogg to his Reviewer”, Blackwood's Magazine (October 1820) [Hogg]
“Letter to Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe, Esq. on his Original Mode of editing Church History”, Blackwood's Magazine (December 1817) [Hogg]
Letter to the Rev. Dr. Shuttleworth (1828) [Holland]
A Letter to Mr. Mason; on the Marks of Imitation (1757) [Hurd]
A Letter to the Rev. Dr. Thomas Leland: Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin: in which His late Dissertation on the Principles of Human Eloquence is criticized (1764) [Hurd]
“Letter from the Editor of the Literary Gazette to Himself”, Literary Gazette (2 August 1817) [Jerdan]
A Letter addressed to the Earl of Aberdeen, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (1829) [Knight]
A Letter to the Right Hon. Lord North: Chancellor of the University of Oxford (1789) [Knox]
“Letter of Elia to Robert Southey, Esquire”, London Magazine (October 1823) [Lamb]
“Letter to an Old Gentleman whose education has been neglected”, London Magazine (January 1825) [Lamb]
A Letter to the Right Hon. William Windham, on his Opposition to Lord Erskine's Bill for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (1810) [Lamb]
A Letter to the Rev. R. Walpole, in answer to his Criticisms on the State of Sicily (1809) [Leckie]
A Letter from His Grace the Duke of Richmond, to Lieutenant Colonel Sharman, Chairman of the Committee of Correspondence appointed by the Delegates of Forty-five Corps of Volunteers, assembled at Lisburn, in Ireland: with Notes by a Member of the Society for Constitutional Information (1792) [Lennox]
A Letter to the Anti-Jacobin Reviewers. By Charles Lloyd. Author of Edmund Oliver, &c. &c. (1799) [Lloyd]
A Letter concerning Toleration humbly submitted, etc. (1689) [Locke]
A Letter to the Right Reverend Dr. Warburton, Bishop of Gloucester (176o) [Lowth]
A Letter to the Reverend Doctor Parr, occasioned by his re-publication of Tracts by Warburton and a Warburtonian (1789) [Lucas]
“Letter from Dr. Olinthus Petre, to Christopher North, Esq.”, Blackwood's Magazine (November 1820) [Maginn]
A Letter to the Conductor of the Critical Review on the Subject of Religious Toleration: with Occasional Remarks on the Doctrines of the Trinity and the Atonement (1810) [Marsh]
A Letter to Wm. Roscoe, Esq. occasioned by his Letter to Henry Brougham, M.P. on the Subject of Parliamentary Reform ([1811?]) [Merritt]
Letter to Cardinal Wiseman, in answer to his “Remarks on Lady Morgan's Statements regarding St. Peter's Chair” (1851) [Morgan]
A Letter to W. Mason, A.M., Precentor of York, concerning his edition of Mr. Gray’s Poems, and the Practices of Booksellers (1777) [Murray]
A Letter from Daniel O'Connell, Esq. M.P. to His Grace the Duke of Wellington (1835) [O'Connell]
A Letter from Irenopolis to the Inhabitants of Eleutheropolis; or, a Serious Address to the Dissenters of Birmingham. By a Member of the Established Church (1792) [Parr]
A Letter to the Rev. Dr. Milner, occasioned by some Passages contained in his Book, entitled The End of Religious Controversy (1825) [Parr]
A Letter to Henry Brougham, Esq. M.P. (1824) [Pecchio]
A Letter from Peter Wilkins to Isaac Tomkins (1839) [Redding]
A Letter to the Right Hon. Lord Holland, respecting Libel (1811) [Redding]
A Letter to Henry Brougham, Esq. M.P. on the Subject of Reform in the Representation of the People in Parliament (1811) [Roscoe]
A Letter to the Reverend William Lisle Bowles, A.M., Prebendary of Sarum, Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature, and former Editor of Pope's Works in Ten Volumes, in reply to his Final Appeal to the Literary Public relative to Pope (1825) [Roscoe]
A Letter to the Editor of the Edinburgh Weekly Journal from Malachi Malagrowther, esq., on the proposed Change of Currency, and other late Alterations: as they affect, or are intended to affect, the Kingdom of Scotland (1826) [Scott]
A Letter to Lord Howick on a Legal Provision for the Irish poor, Commutation of Tithes, and a Provision for the Irish Roman Catholic Clergy (1831) [Senior]
“Letter on the Curates' Salary Bill”, Edinburgh Review (October 1808) [Smith]
A Letter to the Electors, upon the Catholic Question (1826) [Smith]
A Letter to Archdeacon Singleton on the Ecclesiastical Commission (1837) [Smith]
A Letter on Shakspeare's Authorship of The Two Noble Kinsmen; a Drama commonly ascribed to John Fletcher (1833) [Spalding]
A Letter to the Shop-keepers, Tradesmen, Farmers, and Common People of Ireland: concerning the Brass Half-pence coined by Mr. Woods, with a Design to have them pass in this Kingdom ([1724]) [Swift]
A Letter to Francis Jeffray, Esq., on certain Calumnies and Misrepresentations in the Edinburgh Review; the Conduct of certain Individuals on the night of Mr. Thelwall's Probationary Lecture at Bernard's Rooms, Edinburgh; and the Ignorance of the new Critical Junto of the Simplest Elements of English Composition and English Grammar (1804) [Thelwall]
A Letter addressed to the Right Hon. George Canning, First Lord of the Treasury, &c. &c. intended as an Humble Vindication of the Present Ministry (1827) [Wade]
“Letter from James Hogg to his Reviewer”, Blackwood's Magazine (October 1820) [Lockhart]
“Letter from Z. to Mr Leigh Hunt”, Blackwood's Magazine (January 1818) [Lockhart]
“Letter to Professor Chalmers”, Blackwood's Magazine (May 1818) [Lockhart]
“Letter to Professor Laugner”, Blackwood's Magazine (September 1818) [Lockhart]
“Letter to a Maria Gisborne”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
A Letter to a Friend of Robert Burns: occasioned by an intended republication of the Account of the Life of Burns by Dr. Currie, and of the Selection made by him from his Letters (1816) [Wordsworth]
A Letter to Lord Ellenborough: occasioned by the Sentence which he passed on Mr. D. I. Eaton, as Publisher of the third part of Paine's Age of Reason (1812) [Shelley]
Letter to **** ****** on the Rev. W. L. Bowles' Strictures on the Life and Writings of Pope (1821) [Byron]
A Letter to William Smith from Robert Southey (1817) [Southey]
Letteratura turchesca (1787) [Toderini]
Lettere di Jacopo Ortis (1798) [Foscolo]
Letters to Richard Heber: containing Critical Remarks on the Series of Novels beginning with Waverley, and an Attempt to ascertain their Author (1821) [Adolphus]
Letters from a Father to his Son, on Various Topics, relative to Literature and the Conduct of Life. Written in the Years 1792 and 1793 (1793) [Aikin]
Letters to a Young Lady on a course of English Poetry (1804) [Aikin]
Letters, Conversations, and Recollections of S. T. Coleridge (1836) [Allsop]
“Letters on the French coup d'état of 1851”, Literary Studies (1879) [Bagehot]
The Letters and Journals of Robert Baillie (1841-42) [Baillie]
Letters addressed to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of London, in Vindication of the Unitarians from the Allegations of His Lordship in the Charge delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of London at His Lordship's Primary Visitation (1815) [Belsham]
Letters from the Mediterranean; containing a Civil and Political Account of Sicily, Tripoly, Tunis, and Malta: with Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, and Observations, illustrative of the Present State of those Countries, and their relative Situation with respect to the British Empire (1813) [Blaquiere]
Letters written during a Tour through Normandy, Britanny, and other parts of France, in 1818: including local and historical Descriptions; with Remarks on the Manners and Character of the People (1820) [Bray]
Letters written in a Mahratta Camp during the year 1809, descriptive of the Characters, Manners, Domestic Habits, and Religious Ceremonies, of the Mahrattas (1813) [Broughton]
Letters on the Character and Poetical Genius of Lord Byron (1824) [Brydges]
The Works of Lord Byron: Letters and Journals (1895-1901) [Byron]
Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle (1883) [Carlyle]
Letters from the East (1826) [Carne]
Letters (1895) [Coleridge]
Letters supposed to have been written by Yorick and Eliza (1779) [Combe]
Letters of the late Lord Lyttelton (1780) [Combe]
Letters to Lord John Russell: upon his Notice of a Motion for a Reform in Parliament (1826) [Creevey]
Letters from an American Farmer: describing certain Provincial Situations, Manners, and Customs and conveying some Idea of the late and present Interior Circumstances of the British Colonies in North America (1782) [Crèvecoeur]
Letters from Mrs Delaney (Widow of Doctor Patrick Delaney) to Mrs Frances Hamilton, from the year 1779, to the year 1788: comprising many unpublished and interesting Anecdotes of their late Majesties and the Royal Family (1821) [Delany]
“Letters to a Young Man whose education has been neglected”, London Magazine (January-July 1823) [De Quincey]
Letters from the Shores of the Baltic (1841) [Eastlake]
Letters for Literary Ladies: to which is added an Essay on the Noble Science of Self-justification (1795) [Edgeworth]
Letters from the Levant: containing Views of the State of Society, Manners, Opinions, and Commerce in Greece, and several of the Principal Islands of the Archipelago (1813) [Galt]
Letters from the Mountains: being the Real Correspondence of a Lady, between 1773 and 1803 (1806) [Grant]
“Letters of Horace Walpole ”, Edinburgh Review (December 1818) [Hazlitt]
Letters of Mary Lepel, Lady Hervey. With a Memoir and illustrative Notes (1821) [Hervey]
Letters to and from Henrietta, Countess of Suffolk, and her second Husband, the Hon. George Berkeley; from 1712 to 1767. With historical, biographical, and explanatory Notes (1824) [Howard]
Letters from a Gentleman in the North of Scotland to his friend in London: containing the Description of a Capital Town in that Northern country, with an Account of some uncommon Customs of the Inhabitants (1818) [Jamieson]
Letters of John Keats to his Family and Friends (1891) [Keats]
The Letters of John Keats (1895) [Keats]
The Letters of Charles Lamb, with a Sketch of his Life (1837) [Lamb]
The Letters of Charles Lamb: newly arranged (1888) [Lamb]
Letters of the late Thomas, Lord Lyttelton (1780-82) [Lyttelton]
Letters, Lectures, and Reviews, including the Phrontisterion, or, Oxford in the 19th Century (1873) [Mansel]
Letters written from various parts of the Continent, between the years 1785 and 1794: containing a variety of Anecdotes relative to the present State of Literature in Germany, and to celebrated German Literati. With an Appendix. In which are included, three Letters of Gray's, never before published in this Country (1799) [Matthisson]
The Letters of Pliny the consul: with Occasional Remarks (1747) [Melmoth]
“The Letters of Charles Lamb”, Gentleman's Magazine (May 1838) [Mitford]
Letters and Journals of Lord Byron with Notices of his Life (1830) [Moore]
Letters and Correspondence, public and private, of the Right Honourable Henry St. John, Lord Viscount Bolingbroke, during the Time he was Secretary of State (1798) [Parke]
“Letters on England”, New Monthly Magazine (February-November 1822) [Patmore]
Letters on England (1823) [Patmore]
Letters to Charles Butler on the theological parts of his Book of the Roman Catholic Church; with Remarks on certain Works of Dr. Milner, and Dr. Lingard, and on some parts of the Evidence of Dr. Doyle before the two Committees of the Houses of Parliament (1825) [Phillpotts]
Letters to Mr. Archdeacon Travis, in answer to his Defence of the Three Heavenly Witnesses, I John V. 7 (1790) [Porson]
Letters to the Philosophers and Politicians of France: on the Subject of Religion (1793) [Priestley]
Letters from the North of Italy: addressed to Henry Hallam, esq (1819) [Rose]
Letters on the Elements of Botany: addressed to a Lady (1785) [Rousseau]
“Letters from the Hon. Horace Walpole to George Montagu, Esq. from the year 1736 to 1770”, Quarterly Review (April 1818) [Scott]
Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft, addressed to John Gibson Lockhart (1830) [Scott]
Letters of Anna Seward: written between the Years 1784 and 1807 (1811) [Seward]
Letters and Essays in Prose and Verse (1834) [Sharp]
Letters on American Debts (1843) [Smith]
Letters from England: by Don Manuel Alvarez Espriella. Translated from the Spanish (1808) [Southey]
Letters written during a short Residence in Spain and Portugal: by Robert Southey. With some account of Spanish and Portugueze Poetry (1797) [Southey]
Letters written by the late Right Honourable Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield, to his Son, Philip Stanhope, Esq. late Envoy Extraordinary at the Court of Dresden: together with several other Pieces on Various Subjects (1774) [Stanhope]
The Letters of Charles Lamb, with a Sketch of his Life (1837) [Talfourd]
Letters on the Eastern States (1821) [Tudor]
Letters from the Hon. Horace Walpole to George Montagu, esq., from the Year 1736 to the year 1770 (1818) [Walpole]
Letters of Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford, to Sir Horace Mann, British Envoy at the Court of Tuscany (1833) [Walpole]
The Letters of Horace Walpole, earl of Orford (1857-59) [Walpole]
Letters from an Eminent Prelate to one of his Friends (1809) [Warburton]
Letters of the Earl of Dudley to the Bishop of Llandaff (1840) [Ward]
Letters written on board His Majesty's Ship the Northumberland, and at St. Helena: in which the Conduct and Conversations of Napoleon Buonaparte, and his Suite, during the Voyage, and the first Months of his Residence in that Island, are faithfully described and related (1816) [Warden]
Letters from Spain. By Don Leucadio Doblado (1822) [White]
Letters containing a Sketch of the Politics of France, from the thirty-first of May 1793, till the twenty-eighth of July 1794, and of the Scenes which have passed in the Prisons of Paris (1795) [Williams]
Letters written during a short Residence in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark (1796) [Wollstonecraft]
Letters from the South (1837) [Campbell]
Letters to the Students of Glasgow on the Epochs of Literature (1827) [Campbell]
The Letting of Humours Blood in the Head-Vaine (1611) [Rowlands]
Lettres sur l'origine des sciences, et sur celle des peuples de l'Asie (1777) [Bailly]
Lettres écrites de Lausanne (1785) [Charron]
Lettres physiques et morales sur les montagnes et sur l'histoire de la terre et de l'homme (1778) [Deluc]
Lettres sur l'astronomie en prose et en vers (1823) [Montémont]
Lettres persanes (1721) [Montesquieu]
Lettres avec des notes historiques et politiques d'Amelot de la Houssaie (1714) [Ossat]
Les provinciales, ou Les lettres escrites par Louis de Montalte, à un provincial de ses amis, & aux RR. PP. Jésuites: sur le sujet de la morale, & de la politique de ces Pères (1657) [Pascal]
Lettres sur l'Angleterre (1825) [Stael]
Leviathan, or, the Matter, Forme, and Power of a Common Wealth, Ecclesiasticall and Civil (1651) [Hobbes]
Lewesdon Hill: a Poem (1788) [Crowe]
“Lewesdon Hill”, Annual Review for 1804 (1805) [Southey]
“Lewis and Clarke's American Travels”, Quarterly Review (January 1815) [Southey]
“Lewti, or the Circassian Love-Chant”, Morning Post (13 April 1798) [Coleridge]
Lexicon Manuale Graeco-Latinum (1663) [Schrevelius]
Leyer und Schwerdt (1814) [Korner]
Les Liaisons Dangereuses (1782) [LaClos]
Liber amoris: or the New Pygmalion (1823) [Hazlitt]
Liberal Education, or, a Practical Treatise on the Methods of acquiring Useful and Polite Learning (1781) [Knox]
The Libertine: a Tragedy (1676) [Shadwell]
“Liberty of the Press”, Edinburgh Review (May 1811) [Mill]
The Library (1781) [Crabbe]
Il libro del cortegiano (1528) [Casti]
Life of Sir Walter Scott, Baronet: with Critical Notices of his Writings (1834) [Allan]
The Life of John Buncle, Esq; containing various Observations and Reflections, made in several Parts of the World; and many extraordinary Relations (1756, 1766) [Amory]
“Life and Travels of John Ledyard”, Quarterly Review (July 1828) [Barrow]
The Life of George, Lord Anson, Admiral of the Fleet, Vice-admiral of Great Britain, and first Lord Commissioner of the Admiralty, previous to and during, the Seven Years' War (1839) [Barrow]
The Life of Richard, Earl Howe, K.G., Admiral of the Fleet, and General of Marines (June 1838) [Barrow]
Life and Letters of Thomas Campbell (1849) [Beattie]
The Life of Rt. Hon. George Canning (1846) [Bell]
The Life of Apollonius of Tyana: Translated from the Greek of Philostratus (1809) [Berwick]
The Life of Mrs. Jordan: including original Private Correspondence, and numerous Anecdotes of her Contemporaries (1831) [Boaden]
The Life of Samuel Johnson (1791) [Boswell]
The Life of Mr Henry Dodwell: with an Account of his Works, and an Abridgment of them that are published, and of Several of his Manuscripts (1715) [Brokesby]
The Life and Times of Henry Brougham (1845) [Brougham]
Life of Erasmus; with Historical Remarks on the State of Literature between the Tenth and Sixteenth Centuries (1825) [Butler]
The Life of Fenelon, Archbishop of Cambrey (1810) [Butler]
Life and Times of Petrarch. With Notices of Boccacio and his Illustrious Contemporaries (1841) [Campbell]
Life of Mrs. Siddons (1834) [Campbell]
The Life of Admiral Lord Nelson, K.B., from his Lordship's Manuscripts (1809) [Clarke]
The Life and Labours of Vincent Novello (1864) [Clarke]
Life of Lord Jeffrey, with a Selection from his Correspondence (1852) [Cockburn]
The Life of Arthur Murphy, Esq. (1811) [Combe]
“The Life of George Crabbe”, The Poetical works of the Rev. George Crabbe (1834) [Crabbe]
The Life of Samuel Johnson, including a Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides. A new Edition, with numerous Additions and Notes (1831) [Croker]
The Life of Sir David Wilkie; with his Journals, Tours, and Critical Remarks on Works of Art; and a Selection from his Correspondence (1843) [Cunningham]
The Life of the Right Honourable John Philpot Curran, late Master of the Rolls in Ireland (1819) [Curan]
“Life of Robert Burns”, The Works of Robert Burns: with an Account of his Life, and a Criticism on his Writings: to which are prefixed, some Observation on the Character and Condition of Scottish Peasantry (1800) [Currie]
The Life of Thomas Chatterton ([1806]) [Davis]
The Life of George Morland, with Remarks on his Works (1807) [Dawe]
The Life and Strange and Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (1719) [Defoe]
The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit (1843-1844) [Dickens]
The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (1839) [Dickens]
The Life of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1886) [Dowden]
The Life of Michel Angelo Buonarroti (1806) [Duppa]
Life in London, or, the Day and Night Scenes of Jerry Hawthorne, esq., and his Elegant Friend Corinthian Tom, in their Rambles and Sprees through the Metropolis (1820-1821) [Egan]
The Life of Charles Dickens (1872-1874) [Forster]
The Life and Adventures of Oliver Goldsmith: a Biography in Four Books (1848) [Forster]
Life of Sir Roderick I. Murchison, bart.; K.C.B., F.R.S.; some-time Director-general of the Geological Survey of the United Kingdom (1875) [Gayton]
The Life of Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1838) [Gillman]
Life of Geoffrey Chaucer, the early English Poet: including Memoirs of his near Friend and Kinsman, John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster: with Sketches of the Manners, Opinions, Arts and Literature of England in the Fourteenth Century (1804) [Godwin]
Life and Genius of Lord Byron (1824) [Gordon]
The Life and Letters of Maria Edgeworth (1894) [Hare]
The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL. D. (1787) [Hawkins]
Life of Benjamin Robert Haydon, Historical Painter: from his Autobiography and Journals (1853) [Haydon]
The Life and Posthumous Writings of William Cowper, Esqr. (1803-1804) [Hayley]
The Life of George Romney, Esq (1809) [Hayley]
The Life of Bruce, the African Traveller (1830) [Head]
The Life of Reginald Heber, D.D., Lord Bishop of Calcutta. With selections from his Correspondence, Unpublished Poems, and Private Papers, together with a Journal of his Tour in Norway, Sweden, Russia, Hungary, and Germany, and a History of the Cossaks (1830) [Heber]
“Life of Jeremy Taylor”, The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D.D. (1828) [Heber]
The Life of Edward Lord Herbert of Cherbury, written by himself (1764) [Herbert]
The Life of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1858) [Hogg]
The Life of Baron Frederic Trenck; containing his Adventures; his cruel and excessive Sufferings, during ten years imprisonment, at the Fortress of Magdeburg (1788-1793) [Holcroft]
Life, Letters, and Literary Remains, of John Keats (1848) [Milnes]
The Life of David Hume, Esq. (1777) [Hume]
“The Life of William Warburton”, The Works of the Right Reverend William Warburton, D.D., Lord Bishop of Gloucester: to which is prefixed a Discourse by way of General Preface, containing some Account of the Life, Writings, and Character of the Author (1811) [Hurd]
The Life and Letters of Washington Irving (1862-1864) [Irving]
The Life of George Brummel, Esq., commonly called Beau Brummel (1844) [Jesse]
“Life of Dryden”, The Works of the English Poets (1779-1781) [Johnson]
The Life of John Locke: with Extracts from his Correspondence, Journals, and Common-place Books (1829) [King]
“Life of William Shakespeare”, The Pictorial Edition of the Works of Shakspere (1839-1843) [Knight]
The Life of William Wordsworth (1889) [Knight]
The Life and Writings of Henry Fuseli: the former written, and the latter edited by John Knowles (1831) [Knowles]
The Life of Lord Byron (1826) [Lake]
The Life and Letters of John Gibson Lockhart (1897) [Lang]
The Life and Correspondence of Sir Thomas Lawrence, President of the Royal Academy &c. (1831) [Lawrence]
“Life of Lord Byron”, British Critic (April 1831) [Le Bas]
The Life of Mary Russell Mitford related in a Selection from her Letters to her Friends (1870) [L'Estrange]
Life and Conversations of Dr. Samuel Johnson (founded chiefly upon Boswell (1874) [Main]
A Life of Lord Lyndhurst from Letters and Papers in possession of his Family (1883) [Martin]
Life in the Sick-room; Essays by an Invalid (1844) [Martineau]
Life of Thomas M'Crie, D.D. (1840) [McCrie]
“The Life of Bishop Heber”, Quarterly Review (October 1830) [Milman]
“Life of Niebuhr the Historian”, Quarterly Review (September 1840) [Milman]
The Life of the Rev. John Wesley, A.M.: including an Account of the great Revival of Religion in Europe and America, of which he was the first and chief Instrument (1792) [Moore]
The Life and Death of Lord Edward Fitzgerald (1831) [Moore]
The Life and Times of Salvator Rosa (1824) [Morgan]
The Life and Letters of Lady Sarah Lennox, 1745-1826, Daughter of Charles, 2nd Duke of Richmond, and successively the Wife of Sir Thomas Charles Bunbury, Bart., and of the Hon: George Napier (1901) [Napier]
The Life of the Right Honourable Francis North, Baron of Guilford (1742) [North]
The Life of Titian: with Anecdotes of the distinguished Persons of his Time (1830) [Northcote]
The Life and Remains of Edward Daniel Clarke, Professor of Mineralogy in the University of Cambridge (1825) [Otter]
The Life and Adventures of Peter Wilkins, a Cornish Man (1751) [Paltock]
The Life and Correspondence of the Right Honble Henry Addington: First Viscount Sidmouth (1847) [Penn]
The Life and Times of the Reverend George Whitefield, M.A. (1837) [Philip]
The Life of Edmund Kean (1835) [Procter]
The Life of Thomas Dermody: interspersed with Pieces of Original Poetry, many exhibiting unexampled prematurity of genuine Poetical Talent (1806) [Raymond]
Life of the Rt Hon. W. E. Forster (1888) [Reid]
Life of James M'Kean, executed 25th January, 1797 (1797) [Reid]
The Life and Times of Frederick Reynolds (1826) [Reynolds]
The Life of King Arthur: from ancient Historians and authentic Documents (1825) [Ritson]
The Life of William Roscoe (1833) [Roscoe]
“The Life of Alexander Pope”, The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq. with Notes and Illustrations by himself and others. To which are added, a new Life of the Author, an Estimate of his Poetical Character and Writings, and Occasional Remarks (1824) [Roscoe]
The Life and Pontificate of Leo the Tenth (1805) [Roscoe]
The Life, Death, and Wonderful Atchievements of Edmund Burke. A New Ballad. By the Author of the Wrongs of Africa ([1792]) [Roscoe]
The Life of Lorenzo de'Medici, called the Magnificent (1795) [Roscoe]
The Life of Alexander Pope, Esq. Compiled from original Manuscripts; with a Critical Essay on his Writings and Genius (1769) [Ruffhead]
The Life of William Lord Russell (1820) [Russell]
The Life of Poggio Bracciolini (1802) [Shepherd]
The Life and Services of Captain Philip Beaver, late of His Majesty's Ship Nisus. (1829) [Smyth]
The Life and Correspondence of Robert Southey (1849-1850) [Southey]
“Life and Services of Captain Beaver”, Quarterly Review (November 1829) [Southey]
“Life and Writings of Camoens”, Quarterly Review (April 1822) [Southey]
“Life of Admiral Lord Howe”, Quarterly Review (June 1838) [Southey]
“Life of Cromwell”, Quarterly Review (July 1821) [Southey]
Life of the Right Honourable William Pitt (1861-1862) [Stanhope]
Life and Correspondence of Thomas Arnold (1844) [Stanley]
The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman (1759-1767) [Sterne]
The Life of John Milton (1810) [Symmons]
The Life and Extraordinary History of the Chevalier John Taylor (1761) [Taylor]
Life of Thomas Telford, Civil Engineer, written by himself; containing a Descriptive Narrative of his Professional Labours (1838) [Telford]
Life, Letters, and Journals of George Ticknor (1876) [Ticknor]
The Life of Catharine II. Empress of Russia. An enlarged Translation from the French (1798) [Tooke]
The Life of Saint Neot, the oldest of all the Brothers to King Alfred (1809) [Whitaker]
The Life on John Wesley: collected from his Private Papers and Printed Works: with the Life of Charles Wesley, collected from his Private Journal and never before published: the whole forming a History of Methodism (1793-1796) [Whitehead]
The Life and Actions of Alexander the Great (1829) [Williams]
Life of Patrick Henry (1817) [Wirt]
“Life and Letters of Southey”, Quarterly Review (December 1850) [Lockhart]
“Life and Writings of Lucian”, Quarterly Review (January 1828) [Lockhart]
Life of Robert Burns (1828) [Lockhart]
“Life of Crabbe, by his Son”, Quarterly Review (January 1834) [Lockhart]
“Life of Sir David Wilkie”, Quarterly Review (September 1843) [Lockhart]
“Life of William Cowper”, The Works of William Cowper, esq., comprising his Poems, Correspondence and Translations. With a Life of the Author (1836) [Cowper]
“The Life of Dr. Watts”, Horae Lyricae: Poems, chiefly of the Lyric Kind (1834) [Southey]
The Life of Friedrich Schiller: comprehending an Examination of his Works (1825) [Carlyle]
The Life of John Sterling (1851) [Carlyle]
“Life of John Dryden”, The Works of John Dryden, now first collected (1808) [Scott]
The Life of John Knox: containing Illustrations of the History of the Reformation in Scotland, with Biographical Notices of the principal Reformers, and Sketches of the Progress of Literature in Scotland (1812) [McCrie]
“Life of John Kemble”, Quarterly Review (June 1826) [Scott]
“Life of John Wilson”, Quarterly Review (January 1863) [Gleig]
“Life of Jonathan Swift”, The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D.: containing additional Letters, Tracts, and Poems, not hitherto published; with Notes, and a Life of the Author (1814) [Scott]
“Life of Lockhart”, Quarterly Review (October 1864) [Gleig]
The Life of Lord Byron (1830) [Galt]
The Life of Mary, Queen of Scots; drawn from the State Papers. With six subsidiary Memoirs. Illustrated with ten Plates of Medals, Portraits, and Prospects (1818) [Chalmers]
“Life of Milton”, The Works of the English Poets (1779-1781) [Johnson]
The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte (1828) [Hazlitt]
The Life of Napoleon Buonaparte, Emperor of the French. With a preliminary View of the French Revolution (1827) [Scott]
The Life of Nelson (1813) [Southey]
The Life of Paul Jones, from Original Documents in the Possession of John Henry Sherburne (1825) [Disraeli]
The Shelley Papers: Memoir of Percy Bysshe Shelley: and Original Poems and Papers by Percy Bysshe Shelley, now first collected (1833) [Medwin]
The Life of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1847) [Medwin]
The Life of Robert Burns, with a Criticism on his Writings (1838) [Chambers]
“Life of Sir Ralph Sadler”, The State Papers and Letters of Sir Ralph Sadler, Knight-banneret (1809) [Scott]
“Life of Tobias Smollett”, Ballantyne's Novelist's Library (1821-1824) [Scott]
The Life of Thomas Paine the Author of the Seditious Writings entitled Rights of Man; by Francis Oldys, A.M. of the University of Pennsylvania (1793) [Chalmers]
“Life of Thomas Telford”, Quarterly Review (March 1839) [Southey]
Life of Torquato Tasso: with an Historical and Critical Account of his Writings (1810) [Black]
“Life of Waller”, The Works of the English Poets (1779-1781) [Johnson]
“Life of Wellington”, Quarterly Review (April, July 1815) [Southey]
The Life of Wesley; and the Rise and Progress of Methodism (1820) [Southey]
The Life of William Wilberforce (1838) [Wilberforce]
The Life of the Rev. Andrew Bell, comprising the History of the Rise and Progress of the System of Mutual Tuition (1844) [Southey]
“The Lifting of the Banner”, Scots Magazine (December 1815) [Scott]
The Light of Nature pursued: by Edward Search, Esq (1768) [Tucker]
Lillian: a Fairy Tale (1823) [Praed]
“The Lily of the Valley”, Literary Gazette (10 January 1818) [Croly]
Lines on the Conflagration of Moscow (1816) [Colton]
Lines suggested by the Death of the Princess Charlotte (1818) [Gent]
“Lines on the late Doctor Joseph R. Drake”, Literary and Scientific Repository (January 1821) [Halleck]
“Lines, in answer to an inquiry, how a person had slept”, Literary Gazette (22 May 1819) [Knowles]
“Lines suggested by a Picture of Two Females by Leonardo Da Vinci”, The Works of Charles Lamb (1818) [Lamb]
“Lines, on the celebrated Picture by Leonardo Da Vinci, called the Virgin of the Rocks”, The Works of Charles Lamb (1818) [Lamb]
“Lines Written in Early Youth”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Lamb]
“Lines written at Ampthill-Park”, Advice to Julia, a Letter in Rhyme (1820) [Luttrell]
“Lines Written under the Portrait of Edward VI.”, Sacred Specimens: Selected from the Early English Poets; with Prefatory Verses (1827) [Mitford]
“Lines on the Death of SH-R-D-N”, The Fudge Family in Paris (1818) [Moore]
“Lines written at Paestum”, Human Life: a Poem (1819) [Rogers]
“Lines on receiving from Dr. Rush, of Philadelphia, a piece of the tree under which William Penn made his peace with the Indians, and which was blown down in 1812, converted to the purpose of an inkstand”, Liverpool Mercury (February 1818) [Roscoe]
“Lines suggested by Thomas Campbell's Grave in Westminster Abbey”, New Monthly Magazine (October 1847) [Smith, James and Horace]
“Lines, on the beautiful and perfect Poem, An Epistle to a Friend, written by Mr. Rogers”, Morning Post (12 March 1813) [Thurlow]
Lines Sacred to the Memory of the Reverend James Grahame, Author of the Sabbath, &c. (1811) [Wilson]
“Lines addressed by Lord Byron to Mr. Hobhouse on his Election for Westminster”, Miscellaneous Poems, including those on his Domestic Circumstances (1824) [Byron]
“Lines addressed to a young Lady. As the Author was discharging his Pistols in a Garden”, Fugitive Pieces (1806) [Byron]
“Lines addressed, from London, to SARA and S.T.C., at Bristol, in the Summer of 1796”, Monthly Magazine (January 1797) [Lamb]
“Lines composed in a Concert-Room”, The Morning Post (24 September 1799) [Coleridge]
“Lines composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1798) [Wordsworth]
“Lines written at Shurton Bars”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“Lines in the Manner of Spenser”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“Lines inscribed upon a Cup formed from a Skull”, Childe Harold (1812-1818) [Byron]
“Lines inscribed on the Monument lately finished by Mr. Chantry [to Admiral Sir G. Campbell]”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1823) [Campbell]
“Lines left upon a Seat in a Yew Tree”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1798) [Wordsworth]
“Lines on the Glasgow Volunteers”, Life and Letters of Thomas Campbell (1849) [Campbell]
“Lines on receiving a Seal with the Campbell Crest from K. M— before her Marriage”, Theodric; a Domestic Tale; and other Poems (1824) [Campbell]
“Lines on Revisiting a Scottish River”, New Monthly Magazine (February 1828) [Campbell]
“Lines on the Camp Hill, near Hastings”, Metropolitan Magazine (September 1831) [Campbell]
“Lines on the View from St. Leonard's”, Poland, a Poem, to which are added Lines on the View from St. Leonard's (1831) [Campbell]
“Lines on observing a Blossom”, The Watchman (11 April 1796) [Coleridge]
“Lines on a Friend who died of a Frenzy Fever induced by calamitous Reports”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“Lines on hearing that Lady Byron was Ill”, New Monthly Magazine (August 1832) [Byron]
“Lines on a Faded Violet”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
“Lines on leaving the River Cart”, Life and Letters of Thomas Campbell (1849) [Campbell]
“Lines on the Departure of Emigrants for New South Wales”, The Poetical Works of Thomas Campbell (1839) [Campbell]
“Lines spoken by Mrs. Bartley at Drury Lane Theatre on the first Opening of the House after the Death of Princess Charlotte”, Theodric; a Domestic Tale; and other Poems (1824) [Campbell]
“Lines suggested by a Portrait”, Yarrow Revisited, and other Poems (1835) [Wordsworth]
“Lines to Edward Lytton Bulwer on the Birth of his Child”, New Monthly Magazine (September 1828) [Campbell]
“Lines to Julia M——, sent with a Copy of his Poems”, New Monthly Magazine (May 1829) [Campbell]
“Lines on the “Man of Ross””, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“Lines: To a Beautiful Spring in a Village”, Poems on Various Subjects (1796) [Coleridge]
“Lines to a Young Man of Fortune who abandoned himself to an Indolent and Causeless Melancholy”, Ode on the Departing Year (1796) [Coleridge]
“Lines to a Brother and Sister, written after a Recovery from Sickness”, Annual Anthology (1799-1800) [Lloyd]
“Lines to a Reviewer”, Literary Pocket-Book (1823) [Shelley]
Lines to Harold (1812) [Penn]
“Lines to a Critic”, The Liberal (1823) [Shelley]
“Lines to a Lady Weeping”, Morning Chronicle (7 March 1812) [Byron]
“Lines to an Indian Air”, The Liberal (1822) [Shelley]
“Lines written in a Blank Leaf of La Perouse's Voyages”, Metropolitan Magazine (October 1831) [Campbell]
Lines written in the Album at Elbingerode, in the Harz Forest (1817) [Coleridge]
“Lines written on a Friday, the Day in each Week formerly devoted by the Author and his Brothers and Sisters to the Society of their Grandmother”, Poems on the Death of Priscilla Farmer: by her grandson Charles Lloyd (1796) [Lloyd]
“Lines written among the Euganean Hills”, Rosalind and Helen, a modern Eclogue, with other Poems (1819) [Shelley]
“Lines written during the Castlereagh Administration”, Athenaeum (8 December 1832) [Shelley]
“Lingard's Antiquities of the Anglo-Saxon Church”, Edinburgh Review (October 1815) [Allen]
Lingua tersancta, or, a most sure and compleat Allegorick Dictionary to the Holy Language of the Spirit: carefully and faithfully expounding and illustrating all the several Words or Divine Symbols in Dream, Vision, and Apparition, &c. (1703) [Freke]
Linguae Latinae liber dictionarius quadripartitus: A Latine Dictionary, in Four Parts (1678) [Littleton]
“The Lion Hunter”, Sketches in Hindoostan: with other Poems (1821) [Medwin]
Lionel and Clarissa, or, a School for Fathers: a Comic Opera (1770) [Bickerstaff]
Lisbon in the Years 1821, 1822 and 1823 (1825) [Baillie]
“Lisbon”, Quarterly Review (March 1825) [Southey]
List of the Writings of William Hazlitt and Leigh Hunt, chronologically arranged; with Notes, descriptive, critical, and explanatory, and a Selection of Opinions regarding their Genius and Characteristics by distinguished Contemporaries and Friends as well as by subsequent Critics (1868) [Ireland]
The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1836-39) [Coleridge]
“Literary Notices 11 [Coleridge]”, The Examiner (8 September 1816) [Hazlitt]
Literary Remains of the late William Hazlitt: with Notice of his Life (1836) [Hazlitt]
“The Literary Newspapers”, The Printing Machine, or Companion to the Library, and Register of Progressive Knowledge (February 1834) [Knight]
The Literary Life and Correspondence of the Countess of Blessington (1855) [Madden]
“Literary History of the Provençals”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (August, November 1824) [Malden]
Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century: comprizing Biographical Memoirs of William Bowyer, Printer, F.S.A. and many of his Learned Friends; an Incidental View of the Progress and Advancement of Literature in this Kingdom during the Last Century (1812-1816) [Nichols]
Literary Reminiscences and Memoirs of Thomas Campbell (1860) [Redding]
The Literary Life of the Rev. William Harness, Vicar of All Saints, Knightsbridge, and Prebendary of St. Paul's (1871) [L'Estrange]
De lithontriptico a Joanna Stephens nuper invento dissertatio epistolaris. Cui adjicitur Methodus exhibendi lithontripticum sub formâ commodiore. Accedunt etiam Conjecturae quaedam de sensu, motu, et idearum generatione (1741) [Hartley]
Little Arthur's History of England (1835) [Callcott]
Little Dorrit (1855) [Dickens]
Little Plays for Children (1827) [Edgeworth]
The Lives of John Selden and Archbishop Usher: with Notices of the Principal English Men of Letters with whom they were connected (1812) [Aikin]
Lives of Men of Letters and Science who flourished in the Time of George III (1845) [Brougham]
Lives, Characters, and an Address to Posterity (1833) [Burnet]
Lives of the Admirals, and other eminent British Seamen. Containing their Personal Histories, and a Detail of all their Public Services (1742-44) [Campbell]
The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland: to the Time of Dean Swift (1753) [Cibber]
The Lives of the most eminent British Painters, Sculptors, and Architects (1829-1833) [Cunningham]
Lives of Eminent British Statesmen (1836-1839) [Forster]
Lives of Edward and John Phillips, Nephews and Pupils of John Milton; including Various Particulars of the Literary and Political History of their Times (1815) [Godwin]
Lives of the Necromancers: or, an Account of the most eminent Persons in successive Ages, who have claimed for themselves, or to whom has been imputed by others, the exercise of Magical Power (1834) [Godwin]
The Lives of Pope Alexander VI. and his Son Cæsar Borgia. Comprehending the Wars in the Reigns of Charles VIII. and Lewis XII. Kings of France; and the chief Transactions and Revolutions in Italy, from the year 1492 to the year 1506 (1729) [Gordon]
“Lives of the Poets”, The Works of the English Poets. With Prefaces, biographical and critical (1779-1781) [Johnson]
Lives of the Lindsays; or, a Memoir of the Houses of Crawford and Balcarres (1840) [Lindsay]
The Lives and Exploits of the Banditti and Robbers in all Parts of the World (1833) [Macfarlane]
The Lives of the English Regicides, and other Commissioners of the pretended High Court of Justice, appointed to sit in judgement upon their Sovereign, King Charles the First (1798) [Noble]
Lives of the British Admirals: with an Introductory View of the Naval History of England (1833-1840) [Southey]
“Lives of Nelson”, Quarterly Review (February 1810) [Southey]
“Lives of the French Revolutionists”, Quarterly Review (June 1812) [Southey]
“Living without God in the World”, The Annual Anthology (1799) [Lamb]
“The Living Dog and the Dead Lion”, The Times (10 January 1828) [Moore]
“Living Authors, No. I. The Author of the Scotch Novels”, London Magazine (January 1820) [Scott]
“Loch Leven”, Poems on Several Occasions (1770) [Bruce]
“Lochiel's Warning”, Pleasures of Hope, with other Poems (1799) [Campbell]
“Locksley Hall”, Poems (1842) [Tennyson]
Lodoiska: an Opera, in Three Acts (1794) [Kemble]
Lodore (1835) [Shelley]
“Logan Water”, The Star (1789) [Mayne]
La logique, ou Les premiers développements de l'art de penser (1780) [Condillac]
The Lollards: a Tale, founded on the Persecutions which marked the early part of the Fifteenth Century (1822) [Gaspey]
Londinium redivivum; or an Antient History and Modern Description of London (1802-07) [Malcolm]
Londinopolis: an Historicall Discourse or Perlustration of the City of London, the Imperial Chamber, and Chief Emporium of Great Britain (1657) [Howell]
“London Reminiscences”, Collected writings (1889) [De Quincey]
Leigh Hunt's London Journal (1834-1835) [Hunt]
London: a Poem, in imitation of the Third Satire of Juvenal (1738) [Johnson]
London (1841-1844) [Knight]
The London Merchant: or, the History of George Barnwell (1731) [Lillo]
“The London University”, Edinburgh Review (February 1826) [Macaulay]
London Labour and the London Poor: a Cyclopaedia of the Condition and Earnings of those that will work, those that cannot work, and those that will not work (1851) [Mayhew]
“London Lyrics”, Memoirs, Letters, and Comic Miscellanies in Prose and Verse (1840) [Smith]
The London Dispensatory (1811) [Thomson]
“The Londoner”, Morning Post (1 February 1802) [Lamb]
The Lonely Hearth and other Poems (1818) [Knox]
“The Long Parliament”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (April 1824) [Coleridge]
“The Longest Day”, The River Duddon: a Series of Sonnets; Vaudracour and Julia: and other Poems; to which is annexed, a topographical Description of the country of the Lakes, in the north of England (1820) [Wordsworth]
“Lord Lauderdale, On Public Wealth”, Edinburgh Review (July 1804) [Brougham]
“Lord Sheffield and others on Foreign Affairs”, Edinburgh Review (July 1809) [Brougham]
“Lord Ullin's Daughter”, Gertrude of Wyoming; a Pennsylvanian Tale. And other Poems (1809) [Campbell]
Lord Byron and some of his Contemporaries; with Recollections of the Author's Life, and of his Visit to Italy (1828) [Hunt]
“Lord Byron—Mr. Moore—and Mr. Leigh Hunt”, The Tatler (11-15 January 1831) [Hunt]
“Lord Bacon”, Edinburgh Review (July 1837) [Macaulay]
The Lord of the Isles: a Poem (1815) [Scott]
“Lord Holland's Life and Writings of Lope de Vega”, Quarterly Review (October 1817) [Southey]
“Lord Nugent's Memorials of Hampden”, Quarterly Review (July 1832) [Southey]
“Lord Strangford's Translation of Camoens”, Annual Review for 1803 (1804) [Southey]
“Lord Valentia's Travels”, Quarterly Review (August 1809) [Southey]
“Lord William”, Morning Post (16 March 1798) [Southey]
“The Lord of Burleigh”, Poems (1842) [Tennyson]
Lord Beaconsfield's Letters 1830-1852: New edition of 'Home Letters' and 'Correspondence with his Sister' with additional Letters and Notes (1887) [Disraeli]
Lord Byron (1824) [Belloc]
“Lord Byron in Greece”, Westminster Review (July 1824) [Blaquiere]
“Lord Byron's Poems”, Edinburgh Review (January 1808) [Brougham]
“Lord Byron's Married Life”, The Temple Bar (June 1869) [Fox]
“Lord Byron’s Conversations”, Blackwood's Magazine (November 1824) [Galt]
“Lord Byron”, Blackwood's Magazine (June 1824) [Gilly]
Lord Byron jugé par les témoins de sa vie (1868) [Guiccioli]
“Lord Byron's Corsair and Bride of Abydos”, Edinburgh Review (April 1814) [Jeffrey]
“Lord Byron's Marino Faliero”, Edinburgh Review (July 1821) [Jeffrey]
“Lord Byron's Childe Harold”, Edinburgh Review (February 1812) [Jeffrey]
“Lord Byron's Giaour”, Edinburgh Review (July 1813) [Jeffrey]
“Lord Byron's Poetry”, Edinburgh Review (December 1816) [Jeffrey]
“Lord Byron's Tragedies”, Edinburgh Review (February 1822) [Jeffrey]
“Lord Byron”, Blackwood's Magazine (February 1825) [Lockhart]
“Lord Byron and Some of his Contemporaries”, Quarterly Review (March 1828) [Lockhart]
Lord Byron and his Detractors (1906) [Murray]
“Lord Byron: his French Critics, the Newspapers, and the Magazines”, London Magazine (May 1820) [Scott]
“Lord Byron's last Portrait—with Records of his Conversation, &c.”, New Monthly Magazine (March 1826) [West]
“Lord Byron's Dramas”, Quarterly Review (July 1822) [Heber]
Lord Byron's Farewell to England; with three other Poems, viz. Ode to St. Helena, To my Daughter, on the Morning of her Birth, and To the Lily of France (1816) [Byron]
“Lord Cockburn's Life of Jeffrey”, Quarterly Review (June 1852) [Lockhart]
Lord George Bentinck: a Political Biography (1852) [Disraeli]
“Lord John Russell, The Causes of the French Revolution”, Quarterly Review (April 1833) [Stanhope]
“Lord Robertson's Poems”, Quarterly Review (September 1845) [Lockhart]
“Lord Soulis”, Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, consisting of Historical and Romantic Ballads, collected in the Southern Counties of Scotland, with a few of modern date, founded upon Local Tradition (1802-1803) [Leyden]
“Lord Thurlow's Poems”, Edinburgh Review (September 1814) [Moore]
“Lord Byron jugé par les témoins de sa vie”, The Times (13 February 1869) [Norton]
Los Gringos, or, an inside View of Mexico and California, with Wanderings in Peru, Chili, and Polynesia (1849) [Wise]
Loss of the American Brig Commerce, wrecked on the western coast of Africa, in the Month of August, 1815. With an Account of Tombuctoo, and of the hitherto undiscovered great City of Wassanah (1817) [Riley]
The Lost Senses (1845) [Kitto]
“The Lost Pleiad”, The Venetian Bracelet; the Lost Pleiad; a History of the Lyre, and other Poems (1829) [Landon]
“The Lotos-Eaters”, Poems (1833) [Tennyson]
The Lottery of Life (1843) [Blessington]
“Loudon's Trees and Shrubs of Britain”, Quarterly Review (October 1838) [Lockhart]
“The Lounger. No. I”, New Monthly Magazine (April 1830) [Lytton]
The Lousiad, an Heroi-comic Poem, Canto I (1786) [Wolcot]
Love in a Village; a Comic Opera (1763) [Arne]
“Love and Madness”, Pleasures of Hope, with other Poems (1799) [Campbell]
Love makes a Man: or, the Fop’s Fortune. A Comedy (1701) [Cibber]
Love Laughs at Locksmiths: a Farce in Two Acts (1803) [Colman]
Love for Love: a Comedy (1695) [Congreve]
Love and Madness (1780) [Croft]
“Love and Friendship”, Literary Gazette (10 October 1818) [Croly]
“The Love Charm”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (1825) [De Quincey]
“Love and Law”, Comic Dramas in Three Acts (1817) [Edgeworth]
Love's Pilgrimage (1647) [Fletcher]
The Love Affairs of Lord Byron (1910) [Gribble]
Love's Frailties: a Comedy in Five Acts (1794) [Holcroft]
Love in Many Masks: as altered from Mrs. Behn's Rover (1790) [Kemble]
Love, Law, and Physic; a Farce (1812) [Kenney]
Love Letters of Mrs. Piozzi, written when she was eighty, to William Augustus Conway (1843) [Pillans]
“A Love Song in the Modern Taste”, Gentleman's Magazine (June 1733) [Pope]
The Love Child: A Romance (1847) [Rymer]
Love's Labour's Lost (1598) [Shakespeare]
Love; and Mesmerism (1845) [Smith]
“Love Elegies of Abel Shufflebottom”, The Annual Anthology (1799) [Southey]
Love of Fame, the Universal Passion: In Seven Characteristical Satires (1728) [Young]
“Love's Philosophy”, The Indicator (22 December 1819) [Shelley]
“Love's Young Dream”, Irish Melodies (1808) [Moore]
“The Lover to his Mistress on her Birthday”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1821) [Campbell]
“The Lover and the Friend”, Poems, Fables, and Plays (1756) [Moore]
“The Lover's Song”, The Etonian (1821) []
“The Lovers' Progress”, Fifty Comedies and Tragedies, written by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher (1679) [Fletcher]
Lovers' Vows, a Play, in Five Acts (1798) [Kotzebue]
“The Loves of the Triangles”, The Anti-Jacobin (16 April 1798) [Canning]
“Loves of the Plants: a Poem”, The Botanic Garden. Part II., containing the Loves of the Plants: a Poem (1789) [Darwin]
The Loves of the Poets (1829) [Jameson]
“The Loves of May”, The Satirist (August 1812) [Jerdan]
The Loves of the Angels, a Poem (1823) [Moore]
“Lucian's True History”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (August 1824) [Malden]
Lucian, from the Greek, with the Comments and Illustrations of Wieland and others (1820) [Tooke]
“[Lucretia Davidson]”, London Review (1829) [Southey]
“Luctus on the Death of Sir Daniel Donnelly, late Champion of Ireland”, Blackwood's Magazine (May 1820) [Maginn]
“Lucy's Flitting”, The Forest Minstrel; a Selection of Songs, adapted to the most favourite Scottish Airs (1810) [Laidlaw]
Luise (1795) [Voss]
“Lullaby”, Guy Mannering, or, the Gipsey's Prophecy: a Musical Play, in Three Acts (1816) [Scott]
The Lusiad, or, the Discovery of India: an Epic Poem (1776) [Mickle]
The Lusiad: an epic Poem (1826) [Musgrave]
The Lusiads (1572) [Camoens]
Lusitania illustrata: Notices on the History, Antiquities, Literature, &c., of Portugal (1842-1846) [Adams]
Luther; a Poem (1842) [Montgomery]
“Le Lutrin”, Oeuvres diverses du sieur D*** avec le Traité du sublime ou du merveilleux dans le discours. Traduit du grec de Longin (1674) [Boileau]
“Lyall, The Character of the Russians, and a detailed History of Moscow”, Quarterly Review (April 1824) [Barrow]
The Lyar. A Comedy in Three Acts (1764) [Foote]
“Lycidas”, Justa Edouardo King naufrago, ab amicis mrentibus, amoris & mneias charin (1638) [Milton]
Lyric Offerings (1828) [Blanchard]
“Lyrical Ballads, with a few other Poems”, Critical Review (October 1798) [Southey]
Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1798) [Wordsworth]
Lyrics of the Heart: with other Poems (1851) [Watts]
“Lysias—Letter to the Prince Regent”, Quarterly Review (January 1820) [Grant]