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Vol. III, p. 97, 1. 5, for Whatley read Whalley.
p. 120, 1. 28, for Sandford read Sanford.
Vol. III, p. 66, add-bottom of page.
Another. J. Evans and Son. 2pp. 4to., n.d.
J. Evans and Sons, Hatchard, Binns and Robinson.
L., A. E. The wild flowers of Clevedon. sm. 8vo., Clevedon, 1877. L., F. B. A conversation on the offering of incense in worship.
8vo., Frome, 1872. L., H. (Henry Lavor of Yeovil). Replies made to the antiqueries
of Thomas Lye, who writes himself minister of the gospel at Chard. Wherein the parish minister's call and maintenance, and divers other matters now in controversie, are handled and debated, by H. L., a friend to the people of God called Quakers. (Jany., 1658.)
4to., 1657 L., W. S. Rough notes and rambling reminiscences, or a few days' visit to the Isle of Wight, August, 1858.
sm. 8vo., Taunton (1858). LACKINGTON, James (Wellington). Memoirs of forty-five years of
the life of James Lackington, the present bookseller in Chiswell street, Moorfields, London (afterwards, Finsbury square), written by himself. In a series of letters to a friend.
With a triple dedication :-i. To the public. ii. To respectable. iii. To sordid booksellers. Portrait.
8vo., 1791. 7th edit., 12mo., 1794. Enlarged and with index, 8th edit.,
12mo., 1794. 1803. 13th edit., 8vo., 1810. 12mo., 1827. Lady. A sentimental journey. By a lady.
(Bath, Glaston, Ilchester, Somerton, Taunton.)
8vo., 1772. The mournful lady. In three parts. Woodcut, a funeral. (J. Pile.)
s.sh. fol., Norton, near Taunton (1780). The sceptic. By a lady. 12mo., Crewkerne, 1850. Lake, ARTHUR. Meditations, by the right rev. father in God, Arthvre Lake, late lord bishop of Bath and Wells. Unpaged.
fol., 1629. Sermons, with some religious and divine meditations. Whereunto is prefixed, by way of preface, a short view of the life and virtues of the avthor. Portrait.