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Lake, Peter, Moderate Puritans and the Elizabethan Church (Cambridge, 1982).

Lake, Peter, Anglicans and Puritans: Presbyterianism and English Conformist Thought from Whitgift to Hooper (London, 1988).

Lake, Peter, 'Deeds against Nature: Cheap Print, Protestantism, and Murder in Early Seventeenth Century England', in Kevin M. Sharpe and Peter Lake (eds), Culture and Politics in Early Stuart England (London, 1994).

Lake, Peter and Dowling, Maria, Protestantism and the National Church in Sixteenth Century England (London, New York, 1987).

Lander, Jesse, 'Foxe's book of Martyrs: Printing and Popularising the Acts and Monuments', in Claire McEachern and Debora Shuger (eds), Religion and Culture in Renaissance England (Cambridge, 1997), 69-72.

Lander, Jesse, Print, polemic, and popular forms: Religion and community in early modern England. Unpublished Ph.D. (Columbia University, 1998).

Lander, Jesse M., Inventing polemic: religion, print, and literary culture in early modern England (Cambridge and New York, 2006).

Lamb, John, A Collection of Letters, Statutes, and other Documents, from the MS. Library of Corp. Christ. Coll., Illustrative of the History of the University of Cambridge, during the Period of the Reformation, from A.D. M.D. to MDLXXII. (1838).

Lambarde, William, Archaionomia […] (1568).

Lambert, Malcolm D., Medieval Heresy: Popular Movements from the Gregorian Reform to the Reformation (2nd ed., Oxford, 1992).

Lamont, William M., Marginal Prynne, 1600-1669 (London, Toronto, 1963).

Lamont, William M., 'Puritanism as History and Historiography: Some Further Thoughts', Past and Present, 44 (1969), 133-46.

Lamont, William M., Godly Rule: Politics and Religion 1603-1660 (London, New York, 1969).

Latré, Guido, 'Was van Haemstede a direct source for Foxe? On le Blas's Pijnbanck and other borrowings', in David Loades (ed.), John Foxe at home and abroad (Aldershot, 2004), 151-55.

Law, Thomas G., A Calendar of the English Martyrs of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (1876).

Leaver, Robin A., 'Goostly Psalmes and Spiritual Songes': English and Dutch Metrical Psalms from Coverdale to Utenhove, 1535-1566 (Oxford and New York, 1991) .

Leaver, Robin A., The Liturgy of the Frankfurt Exiles, 1555 (Nottingham, 1984).

Leder, Joseph, Toleration and the Reformation (London, 1960).

Leitch, Rory, Shakespeare, Foxe and the idea of enormity in the English chronicle plays. Unpublished Ph.D. (Dalhousie University, 2006).

Lerer, Seth, 'Books and Readers in the Long fifteenth Century', Huntingdon Library Quarterly, 70:3 (2007), 453-460.

Levin, Carole, 'A Good Prince: King John and Early Tudor Propaganda', Sixteenth Century Journal, 11:4 (1980), 23-32.

Levin, Carole, 'Women in the "book of Martyrs" as Models of Behaviour in Tudor England', International Journal of Women's Studies, 4:2 (1981), 196-207

Levin, Carole, 'John Foxe and the Responsibilities of Queenship', in Mary Beth Rose (ed.), Women in the Middle Ages and Renaissance: Literary and Historical Perspectives (Syracuse, 1982), 113-33.

Levin, Carole, 'Lady Jane Grey: Protestant Queen and Martyr', in Margaret P. Hannay (ed.), Silent but for the Word (Ohio, 1985), 272-74.

Levin, Carole, Propaganda in the English Reformation: Heroic and Villainous Images of King John (Lewiston, NY, 1988).

Levy, Fred J., Tudor Historical Thought (San Marino, 1967).

Levy-Navarro, Elena, 'Burning in Sodom: Sodomy as the Moral State of Damnation in John Bale's The Image of both Churches', Reformation, 9 (2004), 67-98.

Lewis, C. S., English Literature in the Sixteenth Century, Excluding Drama (Oxford, 1973) .

Lightbrown, R. W., 'The Protestant Confessor, or the Tragic History of Mr. Molle', in Edward Chaney and Peter Mack (eds), England and the Continental Renaissance: Essays in Honour of J. B. Trapp (Woodbridge, 1990), 239-56.

Lillie, H. W. R., 'The English Martyrs and English Criminal Law', Clergy Review, 12 (1936), 294-309.

Lingard, John, A History of England from the First Invasion by the Romans (to the Revolution of 1688) (1819-30).

Lindberg, Carter, The European Reformations (Oxford, 1996).

Limon, Jerzy, Dangerous Matter: English Drama and Politics in 1623/4 (Cambridge, 1986) .

Little, David, Religion, Order and Law: A Study in Pre-revolutionary England (Oxford, 1970).

Litzenberger, Caroline, The English Reformation and the Laity: Gloucestershire, 1540-1580 (Cambridge, 1997).

Lloyd, Charles, Formularies of the Faith Put Forth by Authority during the Reign of Henry VIII. Articles about Religion, 1536. The Institution of a Christian Man, 1537. A Necessary Doctrine and Erudition for any Christian Man, 1543 (1825).

Loach, Jennifer, 'Pamphlets and Politics, 1553-1558', Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, 48 (1975), 31-44.

Loach, Jennifer and Tittler, Robert (eds), The Mid-Tudor Polity, c.1540-1560 (London, 1980).

Loach, Jennifer, Parliament and the Crown in the Reign of Mary Tudor, Oxford Historical Monographs (Oxford, 1986).

Loach, Jennifer, 'The Marian Establishment and the Printing Press', English Historical Review, 101 (1986), 135-48.

Loach, Jennifer, 'Mary Tudor and the Re-Catholicisation of England', History Today, 44:11 (1994), 16-22.

Loades, David, 'The Essex Inquisitions of 1556', Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, 35 (1962), 87-97.

Loades, David, 'The Enforcement of Reaction, 1553-1558', Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 16 (1965), 54-66.

Loades, David, 'The Origins of English Protestant Nationalism', in Stuart Mews (ed.), Studies in Church History (Oxford, 1982), 297-307.

Loades, David, 'The Bishops of the Restored Catholic Church under Queen Mary', in B. Vogler (ed.), Miscellanea Historiae Ecclesiastica, 8 (Louvain, 1987), 343-55.

Loades, David, The Reign of Mary Tudor: Politics, Government and Religion in England, 1553 -58 (2nd ed., London, 1991).

Loades, David, The Oxford Martyrs (New Haven, 1992).

Loades, David, 'John Foxe and the Traitors: The Politics of the Marian Persecution', in D. Wood (ed.), Martyrs and Martyrology: Studies in Church History, 30 (1993), 231-44.

Loades, David (ed.), John Foxe and the English Reformation (Aldershot, 1997).

Loades, David, 'Books and the English Reformation prior to 1558', in Karin Maag and Jean-Francis Gilmont (eds & trans.), The Reformation and the Book (2nd ed., Aldershot, 1998), 264-291.

Loades, David (ed.), John Foxe: An Historical Perspective (Aldershot, 1999).

Loades, David M., John Foxe: Essays (Oxford: Davenant Press, 2001).

Loades, David, 'Afterword: John Foxe in the Twenty-First Century', in Christopher Highley and John N. King (eds), John Foxe and his World (Aldershot, 2002), 277-89.

Loades, David, 'The John Foxe Project', History Compass, 1:1 (2003), 1-3.

Loades, David (ed.), John Foxe at Home and Abroad (Aldershot, 2004).

Loades, David, 'Foxe's Book of Martyrs and the Face of England', History Today, 55:12 (2005), 40-49.

Long, Jacques Le, Bibliotheca Sacra (1723).

Lord Bishop of Ripon, Robert, Abridged History of F's English Martyrs with Illustrations (1870).

Lower, M. A., The Sussex Martyrs: Their Examinations and Cruel Burnings in the Time of Queen Mary (1853.)

Luard, Henry R., 'A Letter from Bishop Bale to Archbishop Parker. Communicated by the Rev. H.R. Luard, M.A., University Registrary', Cambridge Antiquarian Communications; being papers preented at the meetings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 15:3 (Cambridge, 1865), 157-173.

Luard, Henry R. (ed.), Matthaei Parisiensis, monachi Sancti Albani, Chronica majora (7 vols., Rolls Series, 1872-83).

Luard, Henry R. (ed.), Flores Historiarum (3 vols, Rolls Series, 1890).

Luborsky, Ruth S., 'Connections and Disconnections between Images and Texts: The Case of Secular Tudor book Illustration', Word and Image, 3 (1987), 74-85.

Luborsky, Ruth S. and Ingram, Elizabeth M., A Guide to English Illustrated books, 1536-1603 (2 vols., Tempe, 1998).

Luborsky, Ruth S., 'The Illustrations: Their Pattern and Plan [In Foxe's Acts and Monuments]', in David Loades (ed.), John Foxe: An Historical Perspective (Aldershot, 1999), 67-84.

Lucas, Kristin, Literature, Protestantism, and the idea of community. Unpublished Ph.D. (McGill University, 2005).

Lucas, Peter J., 'From politics to practicalities: Printing Anglo-Saxon in the Context of Seventeenth-Century Scholarship', The Library, 4 (2003), 28-48.

Luther, Martin, A Commentarie upon the Fiftene Psalmes called Psalmi Graduum, that is Psalmes of Degrees: Faithfully Copied out of the lectures of D. Martin Luther, Very Frutefull and Comfortable for All Christian Afflicted Consciences to Read, edited and prefaced by John Foxe (1577).

Luther, Martin, A Frutfull Sermon of the Moost Evangelicall Wryter M. Luther, Made of the Angelles upon the xviii Chapt. of Mathew (Translated and prefaced by John Foxe) [1547(?)].

Lynde, Humphrey, A Case for the Spectacles, or a Defence of Via Tuta, the Safe Way (1638).

Lyon, Gregory B., 'Baudouin, Flacius, and the Plan for the Magdeburg Centuries', Journal of the History of Ideas (2003), 253-272.

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