Longmans

Longmans, famous and oldest publishing house in London; founded by Thomas Longman of Bristol in 1726, and now in the hands of the fifth generation; has been associated with the production of Johnson's “Dictionary,” Lindley Murray's “Grammar,” the works of Wordsworth, Southey, Coleridge, and Scott, and Macaulay's “Lays,” “Essays,” and “History”; it absorbed the firm of Parker in 1863, and of Rivington in 1890.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Longinus, Dionysius Cassius * Lönnrot, Elias
London
Londonderry
Long, George
Long Island
Long Parliament
Long Tom Coffin
Longchamp
Longchamp, William de
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
Longinus, Dionysius Cassius
Longmans
Lönnrot, Elias
Lope de Vega
Lord of the Isles
Lorelei
Loretto
L'Orient
Lorne, Marquis of
Lorraine
Lorraine, Claude
Los Angeles