L

L is the twelfth letter of the modern English alphabet and the ISO basic Latin alphabet. Its name in English is ''el'' (pronounced ), plural ''els''. Provided by Wikipedia

1
by L. L
Published 1789
sold by T. Hookham, Bond-Street; T. and J. Egerton, Whitehall; J. Evans, Pater-Noster-Row; W. Richardson, under the Royal-Exchange

2
by L. L
Published 1784
s.n

3
by L
Published 1767
printed for J. Williams

4
by L. T
Published 1767
printed, and sold by W. Flexney in Holborn, J. Almon in Piccadilly, and F. Newbery in Pater-Noster-Row

6
by S. L
Published 1730
printed for F. Cogan, at the Middle-Temple Gate, in Fleetstreet

7
by L. S
Published 1732
s.n

9
by L. S
Published 1784
Printed and sold by Benjamin Edes & Sons, no. 42, Cornhill; and by the author, at his house opposite subtilty and a ton of stimulators, and enclosed by worth, and a shelter for rabbits

11
by L
Published 1800
printed by Bunney and Gold, Shoe-Lane; and sold by J. Sewell, Cornhill; Symonds, Paternoster-Row; and Hatchard, Piccadilly

12
by L-----s
Published 1774
printed in the year MDCCLXXIV. And sold by the booksellers in Bath and Bristol; and by F. Newbery, the Corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard, London

14
by L. T
Published 1666
Chés Simon Le-Franc ... [i.e. Bruxelles

16
by L. S.
Published 1652
Printed for W.R

18
by L.
Published 1803
Printed for R. Faulder

19
by S. L
Published 1730
printed for S.C. and sold by H. Cooke, near Water-Lane, Fleet-Street, E. Lynn, over-against Deveraux-Court, without Temple-Bar

20
by L****
Published 1760
printed for J. Burd, near the Temple-Gate, Fleetstreet