Important (by my definition) things mentioned in Lords and Ladies listed in alphabetical order. The chronological list is here in case you need it. (And why wouldn’t you?)
Almanack and Booke of Dayes – Found in Granny Weatherwax’s privy. She may have read it.
Beaks and Talons – Publication owned by Hodgesaargh.
Bows and Ammo – Periodical subscribed to by Shawn Ogg.
Ceremonies and Protocols of The Kingdom of Lancre – Found in time to combine the crowning of Magrat and her marriage to Verence.
Cripple Mr Onion – A gambling game of cards at which Granny Weatherwax excels.
Dancers – Stones that protect Lancre (and Discworld) from the elves.
Jane’s All the World’s Siege Weapons – Publication owned by Shawn Ogg which contained a big poster he had studied.
Lancre Stripe – Per Verence, a very hardy breed of pigs.
Lappet-faced Worrier – Bird of prey that the queen of Lancre was allowed to fly.
Legendes and Antiquities of the Ramptops – Written by Birdwhistle. Recorded the duel between Granny Weatherwax and Diamanda.
Long Man – Earth mounds of a rather private shape.
Martial Arts – A book that Verence mistakenly sent for before his wedding.
Nanny Ogg Book of Cat Sayings – Quoted in reference to Greebo: “He’s just an old soppy really.”
Popular Armor – Monthly subscribed to by Shawn Ogg.
Ramtop Red – An especially fine and endangered species of stag that William Scrope was hunting until he became even more endangered.
Scumble – An adult beverage made chiefly from apples. The wise drink it a thimbleful at a time.
Stacklady’s Morphic Resonator – Bit of magic that Ridcully used on a bandit. Effectively.
Sto Saddleback – Pig type that Verence had in mind to cross-breed with the Lancre Stripe.
Twurp’s Peerage – A proper book that Magrat was fed up with the type of. Vimes considered it the guide to the criminal classes.