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NoTE.—Dedicated to “Vice-Admiral Sir C. Penrose, K.C.B., of Ethy House, Cornwall.”
Hours of Prayer. Anon. Lond., G. J. Palmer, 32, Little Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields. n.d., [186–, 12°., pp. 8. Short Prayers for the hours; with devotions family and private for various occasions. Anon. Lond, The Church Press Co., 13, Burleigh St., Strand, 1869, sm. 89., pp. 48, 4d. The Bishopric of Cornwall. A Letter to the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, M.P., (First Lord of the Treasury, &c.). By the Rev. W. S. LachSzyrma, M.A. Lond, W. Kent and Co., Pater. noster Row; Truro, J. R. Netherton, [printed] 1869, 89., pp. 22, 6d. The Bible and the Prayer Book. A sermon preached in Carnmenellis Church, by the Rev. W. S. Lach-Szyrma. Redruth, J. S. Doidge, 1871, 80., 6d. A Biblical Catechism. Redruth, J. S. Doidge, 1871, 89. On the relation of the Slavonians to the other Indo-European Nations. [1863-64.] Annual
“A remembrance of certaine sowndings about Sillye, Ushent and the Seames, with other necessary rewles very profitable for travelers by sea,” about the coast of Ireland, &c.; in the hand writing of J. Lad, 1586. Bod. Lib., Rawlinson MSS., class A, 192, art. 6.
A few rules respecting the sun's declination, the j and setting of the moon, the finding of latitudes, &c.; with a problem for ascertaining the rising and setting of the sun, worked in Scilly, 17 May, 1600. #. A, 192, art. 11.
Sailing directions for entering the Channel by the Lizard headed “Sarten notes and instructions set downe for the coming in of and entry by our slefe, with the depths and maner of ground, which shall shew yow one, which side yow are, and allsoe how far yow are from the Lisard,” 1618. ib., A, 192, art. 14.
NotE,-A reprint of the previous work.
LAKES, REv. Jon N. (Com.).
The Upas Tree. A Lecture deliverd before the St. James' Temperance Society, Guernsey, by the Rev. J. Lakes. Guernsey, 1869, 8°. Poem. St. Austell Bridge. By the Rev. J. Lakes. Privately printed, 1870, 89. A Sermon on Temperance. Preached in the parish church, Guernsey, by the Rev. J. Lakes. Guernsey, 1871, 89. Poems. Signed Tre, [i.e., Rev. J. Lakes.] In Light from the West, 1833–37, 89. A stoat pursuing a water rat through a pond, signed J. Lakes, Liskeard Vicarage, 15 Aug., 1829. J. C. Loudon's Mag. Nat. Hist., iii, 145, (1831). A white blackbird. ib., iii, 146. Rare Birds in Cornwall. ib., iii, 175–77. See Jackson, Clement.
LAKES, RoPERT Gould (younger bro. of the preceding). b. St. Austell, 1813. cf. J. Couch's Hist. of British Fishes, iv, 367.
LAMBARDE, WILLIAM (eld. son of John Lam
barde). b. London, 18 Oct., 1536. d. West
combe, near Gravesend, 19 Aug., 1601.
Dictionarium Angliae topographicum et historicum ; an alphabetical account of the chief places in England and Wales...By the celebrated Antiquary, William Lambarde...Now first publish'd, Lond, printed for Fletcher Gyles, overagainst Gray’s-Inn, Holborne, 1730, 40., pp. xiv and 498.
NoTE.—Contains a few references to the county of Cornwall.
LAMPEN, JoHN, of Padreda, in Linkinhorne (son of John Lampen?).
Sheriffs cravings of P. Kelkwich and Jno. Lampen, Sheriffs of Cornwall, 1650. Sir T. Phillips' MSS., 15,629.
LAMPEN, REv. Robert, M.A. W. of Probus, 21 Apl., 1828 to 1849, d. The Sanctuary, Probus, 18 Aug., 1849.
A Sermon son II Samuel, iii, 38,) preached in St. Andrew's Church, Plymouth, on Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 16, 1820, being the day of the Funeral of his late most gracious Majesty. #. R. Lampen, M.A., Lecturer of St. Andrew's. Plymouth, S. and J. B. Rowe, Whimple-Street, so. ; and Baldwin, Cradock and Co., ondon, 1820, 80., pp. 25, 1/-. The Christian Duty of relieving the distresses in Ireland. A Sermon.[on Matthew vii, 12,] go in St. Andrew's Church, Plymouth, on unday, 7 July, 1822. By R. Lampen, M.A., Lecturer. Plymouth, S. and J. B. Rowe, Whimple-Street, 1822, 89., pp. 25, 1/-.
LAMPEN, REv. Robert, M.A. (Com.).
The obligations of the ministerial character: a sermon [on 2 Tim, i, 13, preached in the Parish Church of St. Mary's, Truro, at the visitation of the Rt. Rev. William, Lord Bishop of Exeter, July xxvi, MDCCCXXVIII. By R. Lampen, M.A., Vicar of Probus and Minister of St. Andrew's Chapel, Plymouth... Lond., printed for C. and J. Rivington...E. Heard, Truro, and J. B. Rowe, Plymouth, 1828, 89., pp. 19.
The teaching of the divine judgments. A sermon [on Isaiah, xxvi,9, preached in St. Andrew's Chapel, on Sunday evening, Nov. 6, 1831, on the establishment of the Plymouth Board of Health. By R. Lampen, M.A. Plymouth, Rowe, Whimple-Street, 1831, 89., pp. 15.
Unity in the Visible Church the Ordinance of God. A Sermon [on Eph., iv, 11–13, preached at the Triennial Visitation of the Rt. Rev. Henry, Lord Bishop of Exeter, at St. Mary's Church, Truro, Aug. 10, 1842. By R. Lampen, M.A., Vicar of Probus, Cornwall, and Minister of St. Andrew's Chapel, Plymouth. Published by command of the Lord Bishop, and at the request of the Clergy present. Truro, printed and published by E. Heard; Lond., J. Burns, 1842, 89., pp. 20.
A Discourse delivered on the opening of the Plymouth Athenæum, Feb. 4, 1819. By R. Lampen, M.A. Trans. Plymouth Instit., 1830, pp. 1–18.
NotE.—The Address to the Reader is signed Mary Elsom (late Lauder) and dated London, May, 1870.
LANDER, John. (Com.).
The Coming Day and other poems. By H. J Doogood, (1863). Q. v.
Note.—Contains “A Tribute to the Memory of J. Lander.” For further details respecting J. Lander See Lander, R. L.
LANDER, RICHARD LEMON (elder bro. of the preceding). b. Truro, 8 Feb., 1804. bapt. 29 Feb. d. Fernando Po, 7 Feb., 1834. cf. R. Polwhele's Reminiscences, ii, 147; Gent. Mag, ii, 324–27, (1834); The Athenæum, 1834, p. 340; Annual Biog. for 1835, pp. 147–68; Quarterly Rev., xxxix, 143–83, (1829); Liter. ary Gazette, 1834, pp. 211, 315; Polwhele's Biog. Sketches, ii, 20–21; One and All, (Penzance, fol.), Dec., 1868; Didot Nouvel. Biog. Univ.; Biog. Univ.; Rose. Journal of a second expedition into the interior of Africa, from the Bight of Benin to Soccatoo. By the late Commander Clapperton of the Royal Navy. To which is added the Journal of Richard Lander, from Kano to the Sea Coast, partly by a more eastern route. With a portrait of Captain Clapperton, and a map of the route ...Lond., J. Murray, 1829, 49., pp. xxiii and 355.
NotE.—The “Journal of R. Lander, Servant to the late Capt. Clapperton,” occupies pp. 255-327.
Records of Captain Clapperton's last expedi. tion to Africa. By Richard Lander, his faithful attendant and the only surviving member of the expedition, with the subsequent adventures of the author. Portrait of R. Lander. Lond., H. Colburn and R. Bentley, 1830, 2 vols., 129., 21/.
Travels and Discoveries in Northern and Central Africa, in 1822, 1823, and 1824, by Major Denham, F.R.S., Capt. Clapperton, and the late Doctor Oudney. With a short account of Clapperton's and Lander's second journey in 1825, 1826, and 1827. Plates. Lond., John Murray, 1831, 4 vols., 16%.
NoTE.—The Account of Clapperton's and Lander's second journey occupies iv., 187-279.
Journal of an expedition to explore the course and termination of the Niger, with a Narrative of a voyage down that river to its termination. By R. and J. Lander. Illustrated with engravings and maps. Lond, John Murray, 1832, 3 vols., 129., 5/- a volume.
NotE.—The Address to the Public is signed “R. and J. Lander, London, Feb., 1832.” The Introduction is signed “A. B. B.”[echer.] There are portraits of the Brothers. These volumes form Nos. xxviii, xxix, and xxx, of The Family Library. The brothers received 1,000 guineas from Mr. Murray for their Journal.
Journal of an expedition, etc. New York,