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LE GRICE, Rev. C. V. (Con.).

LE GRICE, Rev. C. V. (Con.). A Sermon preached at Christ Church before Honour the King. A Sermon preached at St. the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, the Mary's Chapel, Penzance, July 19, 1821, the Aldermen and Governors of the Royal Hospitals day of His Majesty's Coronation. By C. Val. of the City of London, on St. Matthew's Day, Le Grice, M.A., Chaplain of Penzance. PenSaturday, the 21st Sept., 1805. By C. V. Le zance, printed and sold by T. Vigurs, sold also Grice, M.A. Lond., printed (by command) in by Rivington, London... 1821, 80., pp. 24, 1/6. the year 1805, by Ann Rivington, printer to

Note.-Dedicated to " John Jones Pearce, Esq., Christ's Hospital, 4o., pp. 31, 1/6.-Reprinted.

Mayor; E. C. Giddy, Esq., Justice, and to all my conT. Vigurs, Penzance, 1835, 80., pp. 34.

gregation.” Dated “ Trereife, 30 July, 1831." Address to the veteran seamen from a sermon preached by the Rev. C. V. Le Grice, M.A., at Lines inscribed in the Album at the fall of the Royal Chapel, in Greenwich Hospital, on the Giesbach, in Switzerland. Signed C. V. L. G. day of General Thanksgiving for the Victory of July, 1823, 8o. s. sh. 14 lines. Trafalgar, gained the 21 October, 1805. n.p. or A Letter to Sir Rose Price, Bart., on Religious d. [1805,] 80., pp. 8.-Another ed. Penzance, Consistency. Penzance, 1824, 8o. printed by T. Vigurs, Bookseller, 1823, 80., pp. Correspondence on a Charge of Heresy against

Sir R. Price. (Reprinted from Royal Cornwall A Duet. Written for Mr. Randles and his Gazette). Monthly Repository, xix, 88–92, 141amiable little Daughter, the Musical Prodigy. | 50, 151–56, 216–17, 261-63, 286-88, 337–39, She exhibited her Talents at Penzance, 5 June, 401-404, (1824). 1807, 8o. s. sh.-Reprinted with “The Petition.” 2nd ed. App., p. 34.

NOTE.- This correspondence originated from a

letter (which was published in the Cornwall Gaz., 17 The Petition of an Old Uninhabited House

Jan., 1824), addressed to Sir Rose Price, Bart., in which in Penzance to its Master in town. With hints Mr. Le Grice informed him that he had been dismissed to the Author of John Bull, a Comedy, [i.l., from the Presidency of the Society for Promoting Christian George Colman, the Younger, q.v.] Anon. Pen

Knowledge at Penzance, on account of his holding Uni

tarian Doctrines. zance, T. Vigurs. n.d., [1811,] 80., pp. 32, 1/-.

An Autograph copy of the letter addressed by Sir Rose - 2nd ed. Embellished with a view of the Old

Price to Mr. Le Grice in reply, (dated Trengwainton, 8 House and an Appendix. 1823, 8°., pp. 46, 2/6. Jan., 1824), is now penes Mr. G. C. Boase.

-3rd ed. Penzance, F. T. Vibert, 1858, 80., pp. 32.

A Letter to the Author of “Unitarianism A

briefly stated.” By the Rev. C. V. Le Grice. NOTE.- Although the addition of the Appendix is mentioned on the title page of the third edition, it does

Penzance, 1824, 8o. not appear to have been stitched up with any of the A Reply to the Rev. C. V. Le Grice, by the copies.

Author of “The Unitarian Doctrine briefly Indifference not Christian Charity. A Sermone stated.” [i.e., T. F. Barham,] 1824, 80. preached in St. Mary's Chapel, Penzance, Wed A public call on the Rev. C. V. Le Grice renesday, May 26, 1813, at the Annual Visitation specting the Socinian Controversy in a letter to of the Clergy, and Published at their Request, the Editor of the Cornwall Gazette. By Oneby C. Val. Le Grice. M.A. Penzance, printed siphorus. Penzance, Thomas, printer, East St., and sold by T. Vigurs; sold also by F. C. and 1824, 120. J. Rivington, London. n.d., (1813,] 8o., 3-. Sonnet to St. Clement's Isle, Mount's-Bay, NOTE.-Sermon, pp. 1-33 ; Note, pp. 37-98. Dedi

Cornwall. (Written in Autumn). Signed C. V. cated to the Rev. Edmund Gilbert, June 9, 1813. L. G., Oct., 1825. s. sh., 80. 14 lines.

Inscription for Lanyon Quoit in its fallen Sonnet on visiting the school at Bristol in state, [19 Oct., 1816,] 80. S. sh.--Reprinted with which the Poet Chatterton was bred. Bristol, “ The Petition.” 2nd ed. App., p. 37.

July 22, 1826. cf. N. and Q., 4 S., ix, 430, (1872). Sonnet on cutting down an old Arbour.

À Sermon preached in the Chapel of St. [1817?]89. s.sh.- Reprinted with“The Petition." | Michael's Mount, in 1826. By the Rev. C. V. 2nd ed. App., p. 38.

Le Grice. Penzance, 1826, 120. Woodcock Shooting, composed at intervals A Hymn for the opening of the rebuilt Church, between the shots, on a Shooting Party at Trye, at Morvah, on the North West Coast of Cornwall, in Gulval, 21 Oct., 1817. 89. s. sh.-Reprinted A.D. 1828. (The Words by the Rev. C. V. Le with “The Petition.” 2nd ed. App., p. 39. Grice). Tune “ Cambridge New." R. D. Rodda,

Sonnet, (written in the Album of “ The First | printer, Penzance, n.d., [183-,] 4o.-Printed and Last,"] 25 Oct., 1819), to visitors at the Gent. dlag., xcviii, pt. ii, 363, (1828); The Land's End, 80. S. sh.—Reprinted with “ The Western Watchman and Christian Recorder, DeronPetition.” 2nd ed. App., p. 43.

| port. No. i, p. 17, Jan. 31, 1834.

LE GRICE, Rev. C. V. (Con.).

LE GRICE, Rev. C. V. (Con.). Lines written for the Ladies Charitable Bazaar, “C. V. L. G.” n.d., (1839?) 8°., s. sh. at Penzance, 1828. Penzance, T. Vigurs, 80., Address delivered by the Rev. C. V. Le Grice, s. sh.—Reprinted Gent. Mag., xcviii, pt. ii, 8, presiding as Chairman at a Meeting of the (1828), v, 366, (1858).

Western District Cottagers Gardening Society, Inscription for the Rocks at Gulval, 1831, held at Penzance, 23 June, 1840. Penzance, 129. 22 lines.

printed by R. D. Rodda, 1841, 80., pp. 8. Lines addressed to an old Pleasure House, 8o., College Reminiscences of Coleridge. Reprinted s. sh.— Reprinted with “The Petition.” 2nd ed. from the Gentleman's Magazine, New Series, App. p. 33.

December, 1834, by desire of some of the Author's Hymn written for the Penzance Dispensary. Friends. Signed “C. V. Le Grice, Jan. 20, 1842." 80., s. sh.--Reprinted with “ The Petition.” 2nd Printed by R. D. Rodda, Penzance. n.d., [1842, ed. App. p. 46.

8o., pp. 4.-Reprinted C. Carlyon's Early Years, Lines written for a Fête at Penzance, given | (1843), ii, 279–83. in celebration of the Princess Charlotte's Birth Letters published under the signature of day, Nov.,] 1814, 80., s. sh.Reprinted with | “Civis” by the Rev. C. V. Le Grice, on Church “The Petition.” 2nd. ed. App. pp. 35-36 ; Gent. Subjects in the West of Cornwall, with a Letter Mug., lxxxiv, pt. i, 167, (1814).

to the Rev. William Carus Wilson. Truro, E. Sonnet to an Old News Room at Penzance, Heard, 1844, 80.-2nd ed. 1844, 80., pp. 45. established A.D. 1799. Signed an Original Member. pseud. i.e., C. V. Le Grice, 80., s. sh.

Note. Some of these Letters were published

separately. Reprinted with “The Petition.” 2nd ed. App. p. 40.

Letters on Church Questions. By Vigilans. The Proofs of the Spirit, or Considerations on

[i.e., Rev. C. V. Le Grice.] E. Heard, printer, Revivalism : A Sermon preached at St. Mary's

Boscawen Street, Truro, 1845, 8o., pp. 20. Chapel, Penzance, on Sunday, April 24, 1814. Note.—Title from the Cover. These Letters are By C. V. Le Grice, M.A., Perpetual Curate of reprinted from the West Briton. Penzance. Penzance, printed and sold by T. | Sonnet on Chas. Lamb leading his sister to Vigurs; sold also by F. C. and J. Rivington, the Asylum. By the Rev. C. V. Le Grice, dated London, n.d., [1814,] 8o., pp. 36, 1/-.

“ Trereife, Cornwall,” 1849, 80., s. sh. (Reprinted Nore.-Dedicated to John Batten, Esq., Mayor,

Gent. Mag., xxxi, 496, (1849); and in Percy and George John, Esq., Justice, dated St. Mark's Day,

Fitzgerald's Charles Lamb and His Friends, (1866), 1814. cf. Methodist Mag., xxxvii, 811-51, (1814). pp. 125–26.)

Tributary Lines in reminiscence of the Poet A Letter to the Rev. C. Val. Le Grice, occasioned by his Sermon, entitled “Proofs of the

Coleridge, signed “C. V. Le Grice, Trereife,

Cornwall.” 1852, 8°., s. sh. Spirit or considerations on revivalism.” By R.

Sonnet in reminiscence of the poet Coleridge. Treffry. Penzance, printed and sold by G. Čock,

Signed “C. V. Le Grice, Trereife, Cornwall, 16 n.d., May, 1814, 80., pp. 34, 8d. -2nd ed.

June, 1852," 80., 8. sh.—Reprinted Gent. Mag., Penryn, 1814, 80., pp. 43.

xxxvii, 2, 52, (1852). The studies and teaching of the clergy. A

Sonnet on a portrait of the Rev. Thomas sermon preached at St. Mary's Chapel, Penzance,

Jones, M.A., formerly the beloved and respected Wednesday, June 16, 1830, at the annual visita

Tutor of Trinity College, Cambridge. Signed “C. tion of the clergy, and published at their request.

Val. Le Grice, Trereife, Cornwall, 28 May, 1855." By C. V. Le Grice, M.A., Chaplain of Penzance.

n.d., 80., 8. sh.Reprinted Gent. Mag., xliv, 54, Penzance, printed and sold by T. Vigurs, sold

(1855). . also by Mrs. Heard, Truro, and Hatchard, Lon

Tribute to the memory of Henry Revel Rey. don, 1830, 80., pp. 16, 1/2.

nolds, Barrister, my college contemporary at NOTE.-Dedicated to Very Rev. John Sheepshanks, Cambridge, signed “C. V. Le Grice, Trereife," Archdeacon, and J. D. Coleridge, L.L.B., Rector of La 1856, 80., s. sh. whitton."

Sonnet (addressed to his picture in his bedLines on hearing the Chimes of a Village | room), signed “C. V. L. G," 80., s. sh. Church. Signed “C. V. L. G. Gransden, Hunts, July, 1833.” n.d., 80., s. sh. .

On Cross Buns, etc. Gent. Mag., lxxxvi, pt. Sonnet to Sir K. Hussey Vivian, Bart. Signed ii, 502-503, (1816). “C. V. Le Grice, Nov. 4, 1839.” 1.d., 80., s. sh. Lines on hearing of the recovery of the Rev. 14 lines.

Dr. Wordsworth, Master of Trinity College, CamA young lady five years old till then an only bridge, from an alarming illness. ib., xxv, 264, child to her brother newly born. Verses signed | (1846).

LE GRICE, REV. C. V. (Con.).

LEIFCHILD, JOHN R., M.A. (Con.). Sonnet on his first and only visit to Words Encyclopædia Britannica. 8th ed. Edinburgh, worth. ib., xxxix, 129, (1853).

A. and C. Black, 1858, 8o. Sonnet Tributary to the Poet Wordsworth.

NOTE.-In vol. xv, pp. 219-49, is an article entitled ib., xl, 578, (1854).

" Mines and Mining," signed J. R. L. This refers very Sonnet Tributary to the Poet Bernard Barton. ) largely to Cornwall and contains a section of North ib., xli, 487, (1854).

Roskear Mine. Thought is self converse. ib., xlv, 146, (1856).

Sundays in Cornwall. Sunday Mag., 1865, pp. Here sacred silence reigns and all is peace. A

217–20. Sonnet. ib., i, 419, (1856).

Notice of an ancient smelting place for tin LEIGH FAMILY. generally called a Jew's House, lately discovered

Pedigree of Leigh family from the Visitation at Trereife. Trans. R.G.S.C., vi, 43-46, (1840).

of the County of Cornwall, 1620. J. J. Howard's Some Account of Lamb's School-days. In

Miscell. Geneal. et Herald., i, 12-13. “Life and Letters of C. Lamb by Sir T. N. Talfourd,” (1850), i, 4-9.

LELAND, John. b. London, circa 1506. d. Account of the Sean. J. Couch's Hist. of British London, 18 Apl., 1552. Fishes, (1860), ii, 90–92.

The Itinerary of John Leland the Antiquary. Published from the original MS. in the Bodleian

Library. By Thomas Hearne, M.A... 2nd ed. Lines to Mr. Le Grice, with a reply by him,

Oxford, printed at the Theater for Jas. Fletcher, on the subject of giving a Silver Cup and a

1744, 9 vols., 8o. Dinner to Lieut. Goldsmith. MS. copy, penes Mr. G. B. Millett, Penzance.

Note.-The portion relating to Cornwall is contained A Radical Rout. Lines written Nov., 1820,

rinos writton Nov 1990 | in ii, 78-85, iii, 1-29. by Momus. [i.e., the Rev. C. V. Le Grice.]

LEMAN, REV. THOMAS, M.A. (son of Rev. John MS. ib.

Leman). b. Kirstead, Norfolk, 29 Mch., 1751. Four Letters from the Rev. C. V. Le Grice

d. Bath, 17 Mch., 1826. to Mr. Henry Boase, Penzance, 1812–26, MSS.

Genealogical collections from printed books, 80. penes Mr. G. C. Boase, London.

Mul visitations, &c., relative to Devon and Cornwall. Letter from the Rev. C. V. Le Grice to Mr. Samuel John, at Penzance, dated Fore-Street,

MSS. Bath Literary Institution, 3 vols. Stonehouse, August, 1815, [descriptive of his LEMON FAMILY. cf. One and All, (Penzance, seeing the Emperor Napoleon on board the

4o.), Aug., Sept., Oct., Dec., 1868. Bellerophon, in Plymouth Sound.) MS. 89., pp. 4. penes Mr. G. C. Boase.-Printed Cor. Teleg., LEMON, SIR CHARLES, 2nd Bart., M.A., F.R.S. June, 1865.

(3rd son of Sir William Lemon). M.P. for Letter from the Rev. C. V. Le Grice to Lord Penryn, 1807–12, 1830–31 ; for Cornwall, Lyndhurst, dated 8 Mch., 1858, sgiving a des 1831–32; for West Cornwall, (with a very criptive sketch of the writer's life and writings.] short interval), 1832-57. b. Whitehall, London, MS. 40., pp. 4, penes the Rev. Prebendary 30 Sept., 1784. d. Carelew, 12 Feb., 1868. bur. Hedgeland, Penzance.

Mylor. cf. Gent. Mag., V, 389–90, (1868); NOTE.— With the letter, Mr. Le Grice sent Lord

Journ. R.I.C., Apl., 1869, pp. ix, 134 ; Journ. Lyndhurst a collection of his chief publications bound

Statistical Soc., i, 9, 51, 190; Journ. Roy. Geoin one vol., 80., with autograph annotations. This volume graphical Soc., xxxviii, pp. cxlvi-cxlviii, (1868). is also penes Mr. Hedgeland.

Visions of the Western Railways. Dedicated LEIFCHILD, JOHN R., M.A. (son of Rev. John

to Sir C. Lemon, Bart., M.P. for the Western

| Division of Cornwall. Anon. Printed for private Leifchild, D.D., Minister of Craven Chapel,

circulation. Lond., S. Bagster, 15, Paternoster Regent St., London). b. Kensington, 1815.

Row, 1833, roy. 8°. Visions, pp. 1–89. Fugitive Cornwall its Mines and Miners. With Sketches

Poems, pp. 1–36. of Scenery. Designed as a popular Introduction A letter to the committee appointed to conto Metallic Mines. By the Author of “Our Coal sider and report on the plans offered for the and our Coal-pits.” (Nos. 74 and 75 of The appropriation of the Dunstanville Fund. Signed Travellers Library). Lond., Longman, 1855, 80., C. L. Truro, E. Heard. n.d., (1837,1 8°., pp. 22. pp. xii and 303, 2/-.

A letter to the Rev. Canon Rogers on the ap

propriation of the Dunstanville Fund. Signed Note.- Preface signed J. R. Leifchild.] This work was written after a personal inspection of the mines

C. Lemon. Lond., Ridgway, Piccadilly, 1838, by the author.

| 8o., pp. 23 6d.

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LEMON, SIR CHARLES. (Con.).

LEMON, SIR CHARLES. (Con.). An answer to a letter addressed by Sir Charles On the agricultural products of Cornwall. Lemon, Bart., to the Rev. Canon Rogers, on the Brit. Assoc. Sect., 1841, p. 83. appropriation of the Dunstanville Fund, by J. Rogers, M.A., Rector of Mawnan, and Canon of Exeter. Falmouth, J. Trathan, 1838, 80., pp. The Statistics of the copper mines of Corn20.

wall. Journ. Statistical Soc., i, 65-84, (1839). On the proposed tariff as it affects tin, copper Notes on the agricultural produce of Cornwall. and timber used in mines. By Sir C. Lemon. ib., iv, 197–208, (1841). Truro, E. Heard, Boscawen St., 1842, 8°., pp. 20.

A Sermon...at the Installation of Sir C. Agricultural Statistics of France. Journ. Royal Lemon...as Provincial Grand Master for Corn Agric. Soc. of England, i, 411-16, (1840). wall. By the Rev. H. Grylls, (1844). q.v.

On the disease in potatoes. ib., iv, pt. ii, 431– A Letter to the Right Hon. the Earl of 35, (1843). Clarendon, on the Copper Ore duties. Lond., ! On medical treatment for sick trees. ib., v, James Ridgway, Piccadilly, 1847, 8o., pp. 35. 606-609, (1844).

Note. – Signed “C. Lemon, 46, Charles St., Berkeley Sq., Apl. 23, 1847.

Observations on the mining laws of Germany

and some other countries. Trans. R.G.S.C., vi, A Letter to the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Claren

150–72, (1846). don, President of the Board of Trade, on the On the mining laws of France. By M. Migcopper ore duties, in reply to the Letter of Sir

neron. Communicated and translated by Sir Charles Lemon, Bart. Lond., J. Ridgway, Pic- C. Lemon. ib., vi, 238-58, (1846). cadilly. n.d., [1847,] 80., pp. 34.

On certain peculiarities in the old mining laws

of Mendip. ib., vi, 327-33, (1846). Note.—Signed" Charles Brownell, Liverpool, May 18th, 1847.”

On the stump of a tree found in cutting a drain at Heligan, [1847.] ib., vii, 28–30, (1865).

Annual Addresses of the President of the Premiums given by Sir C. Lemon, Bart., to

R.G.S.C., [Sir C. Lemon.) ib., vi, pp. 7-14,(1841); exhibitors at the Annual Meetings of the R.C.P.

vi, pp. 9–28, (1842); vi, pp. 9–21, (1843); vi, Soc. Rep., 1833, p. 8; 1837, pp. 23, 29; 1844,

pp. 9-19, (1844); vi, pp. 9-19, (1845); vi, pp. p. 12; 1847, p. 5.

9–27, (1846); vii, pp. 9-14, (1847); vii, pp. Addresses by Sir C. Lemon as President of

9-18, (1848); vii, pp. 9-14, (1849); vii, pp. the R.C.P.Soc. at the Annual Meetings. Rep.,

9-15, (1850). 1841, pp. 1-5; 1842, pt. i, pp. 1–7; 1843, pp. NOTE.-The above Addresses, forming portions of xiii-xxi ; 1844, pp. 1-5; 1845, pp. xiii-xvii ; | the Annual Reports of the Society, are often found 1846, pp. xii-xv.

bound up with the Volumes as mentioned.

LEMON, CHARLES WILLIAM (2nd son of Sir C. Remarks on the growth of a peculiar fir re

Lemon). b. Dean's Lodge, Blandford, 10 May, sembling the pinaster, (1833.] Trans. Hortic. Soc.,

1813. Drowned at Harrow, 18 Apl., 1826. i, 509-12, (1831-35).

cf. Gent. Mag., xcvi, 477, (1826), v, 390,(1868).

LEMON, LIEUT. Col. JOHN (2nd son of Will. Some reflexions suggested by the report of the

Lemon, Junr., and bro. of Sir W. Lemon). Registrar General, on the health of Cornish

M.P. for Saltash, 1778; Truro, 1798–1814; Miners. Rep. R.I.C., 1839, pp. 50-53.

Lord of the Admiralty, 17 Jan. to 5 Apl., On the leaden seal of the Tinners of Cornwall

1804. b. Truro, 6 Nov., 1754. d. Polvellan, found at Bath. ib., 1842, pp. 31-35.

West Looe, 5 Apl., 1814. bur. Morval. cf. On a stone cannon ball dredged in Falmouth

Gent. Mag., lxxxiv, 86, (1814); Memoirs and Harbour. ib., 1844, pp. 26-33.

Anecdotes of P. Thicknesse, (1788), pp. 60-62. Notice respecting the Dodo. ib., 1847, p. 47. Cathedral Chants. Edited by Alfred Bennett,

Mus. Bac., Oxon., and William Marshall, Mus.

Bac., Oxon. Lond., printed by Moir and Lavenu, Report on the application to Government for 28, New Bond St., 18--, 80. a depository for mining records. Brit. Assoc.

Note.—On p. 31 are two chants, Nos. 79 and 80, Report, 1839, p. 174.

composed by Major Lemon.

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LEMON, WILLIAM (son of William Lemon, of LESSEY, HANNAH SANDFORD (dau. of P. E.

Germoe). Sheriff of Cornwall, 1742. bapt. Scobell, M.D., and 3rd wife of the succeeding). Breage, 15 Nov., 1696. d. Truro, 25 Mch., 6. Bodmin, 2 Nov., 1787. d. Brighton, 13 1760. bur. St. Mary's Church-yard, 28 Mch. July, 1849. bur. City Road Chapel Graveyard. cf. Polwhelė's Biog. Sketches, (1831), i, 7-10; S. cf. G. J. Stevenson's City Road Chapel, (1872), Smiles' Lives of Boulton and Watt, (1865), pp. pp. 543–45. 69-70.

LESSEY, REV. THEOPHILUS, President of WesNOTE.-Mr. Lemon was the author of an ably leyan Conference, 1839 (son of the Rev. Theowritten “Memorial to Sir Robert Walpole favouring

philus Lessey). b. Penzance, 7 April, 1787. d. the policy of taking off the duty upon Coals." The presentation of this Memorial is thought to have been

Albany St., Regent's Park, London, 10 June, instrumental in obtaining for him a “Grant from

1841. bur. City Road Chapel, 16 June. cf. Frederick, Prince of Wales, of all minerals except Tin Wesleyan Methodist Mag., lxiii, 453, 750-52, in the Duchy Lands in Cornwall."

(1840), lxiv, 623–24, 77273, (1841), lxx,

1039, (1847); G. J. Stevenson's City Road Chapel, LEMON, SIR WILLIAM, Bart., D.C.L. (son of

(1872), pp. 216, 542-43. Will. Lemon, Junr.) M.P. for Penryn, Dec.,

Memorials of the Life, Ministry and Corre1769, to 1772; for Cornwall, 1774-1824. cr.

spondence of the Rev. T. Lessey : to which is Bart., 3 May, 1774. b. Truro, 6 Oct., 1748.

added, A Sermon preached on occasion of his d. Carclew, 11 Dec., 1824. bur. Mylor. cf.

death. By John Hannah, D.D. Lond., Hamilton, Gent. Mag., xciv, 641-42, (1824); Annual

Adams and Co., 1842, 8°., pp. xü and 352. Biog. for 1826, pp. 441-42.

A Funeral Sermon for Mrs. Fussell, wife of Thoughts on the present crisis in a letter from Thomas Fussell, Esq., of Mells, preached in a Constituent to his Representative (Sir W. Mells Chapel, 14th Nov., 1820. By the Rev. T. Lemon.) By William Peter. 2nd ed. With con Lessey. Bristol, 1820, 80., pp. 47. siderable additions. The Pamphleteer, viii, 216-80, Four Sermons on the Priesthood of Christ. (1816).

By the Rev. T. Lessey. Halifax, printed by T.

Walker, sold by J. Kershaw, London, 1827, 80., LEMON, MAJOR WILLIAM (eld. son of the pre | pp. vii and 174, 4/-.—2nd ed. Lond., published

ceding). b. 27 Feb., 1774. Shot himself at by J. Mason, 14, City-Road, 1834, 120., pp. 166, Princes St., Hanover Sq., London, 28 Feb.,

2/6. 1799. bur. South Audley St. Chapel. cf. Gent. "Divine Providence. A Sermon on Luke xii, 7. Mag., lxix, 257, 345, (1799).

By Rev. T. Lessey. In “Sermons on Important

Subjects. By Several Ministers of the WesleyanLENNARD, LADY EMMA BARRETT (4th dau. Methodist Connexion.” (Lond., J. Mason, 1832,

of Rev. Sir John Page Wood, Bart., and wife of 80.), pp. 207-33. Sir Thos. Barrett Lennard, 2nd Bart.) b. Cres A Sermon occasioned by the death of Mrs. sing, Essex.

Mary Skinner, preached at the Wesleyan MethoConstance Rivers. A Novel. By Lady Barrett

dist Chapel, Stockton, 30 Jan., 1832, to which Lennard. Lond., Hurst and Blackett, 1867, 3

is added a short memoir of the deceased. By vols., 80.

Rev. T. Lessey. Lond., J. Mason, 1832, 80., pp.

58, 1/6. Note.- This work contains many references to Memoir of Mrs. Lessey (née Eliza Hartland) Cornwall.

by her husband, Rev. T. Lessey, Jun. Wesleyan LESLIE, HENRY DAVID (son of John Leslie). b.

Methodist Mag., xxxvii, 45-51, (1814).

A Memorial of Mrs. Lessey (née Martha London, 18 June, 1822.

Easthope) by her husband, Rev. T. Lessey, Jun. Song of The Flax Spinner. No. 1 of Two ib., xxxix, 854-64, (1816). part songs for mixed voices. Words by R. Matthi Memoir of the late Rev. T. Lessey, [Sen.) By son. Op. 18. Composed and Dedicated to the Pen- his son the Rev. T. Lessey. ib., xlv, 345-51, zance Choral Society by Henry Leslie. Lond., | 417-23, 485–91, 553-60, (1822). Addison, Hollier and Lucas, 210, Regent St., Memoir of Mrs. Mary Swaine, of Halifax. ib., [186-,] fol., pp. 7, 2/6. Separate parts 3d. per 1, 502, (1827). page.

The Temple of the Living God. A Sermon. Song of The Gallant Troubadour. No. 2 of ib., li, 729-37, 803–9, (1828). Two part songs for mixed voices. Words by Sir Memoir of Rev. Thomas Pinder. ib., lxi, 1-14, Walter Scott. Composed and Dedicated to the (1838). Penzance Choral Society by Henry Leslie. Lond., | Speech of Rev. T. Lessey at the anniversary Addison, (186-,) fol., pp. 7, 2/6. Separate parts meeting of the Missionary Society. ib., lxii, 515– 3d. per page.

17, (1839).

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