A letter addressed to the non-established presbyterian communions of Scotland
Edinburgh. Johnstone and Hunter. 1854. 30p.
A letter addressed to the proprietors of the Belfast Academical Institution on the subject of certain proceeding[...]
[S.l. s.n. 1816?]. 16p.
A letter addressed to the Rev. George Hill: being a reply to a lecture on the Holy Trinity, delivered at St. John's Chapel, Warrington ... 1833
Warrington. printed by C. Malley. 1833. [20?] p. : 8vo.
A letter addressed to the Rev. R. W. Jelf, canon of Christ Church: in explanation of no. 90 in the series called the Tracts for theTimes
Newman, John Henry ; Jelf, R. W
Oxford. J. H. Parker. 1841. 31 p.
A letter addressed to the Rev. R.W. Jelf, D.D., Canon of Christ Church, in explanation of No. 90, in the series called 'The tracts for the times', by the author
Newman, John Henry ; Jelf, Richard William
Oxford. John Henry Parker. 1841.
A Letter addressed to the Rev.R.W.Jelf in explanation of no.90 in the series called "The tracts for thetimes"
Newman, John Henry
Oxford . Parker. 1841.
A letter, addressed to the Right Hon. Lord Carrington, President of the Board of Agriculture
London. printed for J. Debrett. 1801. ,100p.
A letter addressed to the Right Hon. Lord John Russell on the Papal aggression
York. W. Jackson and Son. . 19 p.
A letter addressed to the Right Honorable Lord Stanley on the proposed repeal of the Corn Laws: being a letter addressed to the same noble lord, by Mr. Wyse of Waterford on the same subject
Dublin. Philip Dixon Hardy & Sons. 1846. 10p.
A letter addressed to the Right Hon. Sir Robert Peel, Bart, M.P., occasioned by some observations he is reported to have made in a speech ... on the Dissenters' Chapels Bill
London. Macintosh, printer. 1844. 20 p.
A letter addressed to the Roman Catholics of Ireland; wherin is contained a brief view of the evils that proceed from connecting from the Irish Society; also, the rise and fall of the Irish language; and the effects of Bible reading, in the most ancient dialect of the Celtic tongue
Belfast. Printed for the author. 1844. 24p.
A letter addressed to the Rt. Hon. Lord John Russell ... on the formation of a new national gallery and the preservation of works of art
London. Chapman & Hall. 1853. 26 p., plates.
A Letter addressed to the secretaries of The Lichfield Architectural Society
Petit, John Louis
Lichfield. Pr. for the authorby Thomas George Lomax. 1843.
A letter addressed to the trustees of the Manchester Infirmary, containing, a vindication of the author, from the aspersions cast upon, him, by Dr. Wright,min a pamphlet, entitled An Appeal to the Public
Manchester. printed for J. Harrop. 1782.
A Letter addressed to the Very Rev.Carey Brock,M.A: Dean of Guernsey, Rector of St. Peter-in-the-wood, and Commissary-General of Guernsey and its dependencies
De Havilland, Colonel
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. [n.d.]. 18p.
A letter addressed to the very Reverend the Dean of Christ Church on the state of the public examinations in the Universityof Oxford
Short, Thomas Vowler
Oxford. Printed at the University Press for J. Parker. 1829.
A letter addressed to two great men, on the prospect of peace; and on the terms necessary to be insisted upon in the negociation
Douglas, John ; Pitt, William ; Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles ; Millar, Andrew
London. Printed for A. Millar, in the Strand. M DCC LX. . , 56 p.
A letter and address on the establishment of an Athenaeum in Belfast: to which is added an address delivered at the Annual Conversazione of the Belfast School of Design, March 1851
Chichester, Frederick Richard
Belfast (10 Arthur Square). Printed by A. Welsh. 1852. 30p.
A letter and declaration of the nobility and gentry of the county of York, to His Excellency, the Lord Generall Monck
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Printed for John Starkey. 1659. 1 sheet.
(A letter and report expressing opposition to the report of the Royal commission onthe livery companies of the city of London)
(London. The Company). 1884. 36 p.
A letter and statement from Mr. John Bury to his clients and friends respecting a claim made by him, as executor of his father, against Sir Thomas Edward Winnington, Bart., M.P
Printed for private circulation. 16p.
(A letter appealing for donations to help buy Bridgewater square in order to preserve it as an open space)
(London. 1926). 1 sheet.
A letter, a second letter, and a third letter, from a ruling-elder in the Church of Scotland to the Reverend Mr. Thomas Linning ... concerning the process of Mr. Thomas Harvie, ruling-elder in Glasgow, before the presbytery of that place
A letter, ballancing the necessity of keeping a land-force in times of peace: with the dangersthat may follow on it
[London]. [s.n.]. 1697.
A letter ballancing the necessity of keeping a land-force in times of peace with thedangers that may follow on it
Exeter. The Rota. 1974.
A letter [on the] bankrupt laws of Ireland, to the Lord High Chancellor of Ireland
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. 1804. 8p.
A letter book: selected with an introduction on the history and art of letter-writing
London. G. Bell and sons. 1922. xii, 306 p.
A letter book of the first earl of Salisbury at Storyhurst College: with special reference to the Spanishcorrespondence
Edwards, Francis ; Salisbury, Robert Cecil
(London). (The Society). (1972). (20) p., plates.
A letter by Daniel ben Eleazar he-Hasid, Rosh Yeshivah shel Golah
Philadelphia. Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning. 1926. 1 v.
A letter by Dr. Franklin to the Royal Academy of Brussels
New York. at the sign of the Blue-Behinded Ape. 1929.
A letter by Dr. J. R. Stock: stating the reasons which led him to withdraw from the Unitarian congregation at Lewin's Mead, etc
Stock, J. R
[London]. Published for the Baptist Tract Society by Elliot Stock. [18--]. ,2-4p.
A letter by Thomas Lord Erskine: to "An elector of Westminster,"author of "A reply to the 'Short defence of the Whigs.'"
Erskine, Thomas Erskine
London. Printed for James Ridgway. 1819. 71 p.
A letter by Thomas Lord Erskine, to "An Elector of Westminster," author of "A reply to the 'Short defence of the Whigs'"
[London]. [J. Ridgway]. .
A letter, &c. addressed to the members of the Society of Friends in Dublin
Hopper, Isaac Tatem
Dublin. 1831. 18 p.
A letter, commercial and political, addressed to the Right Hon. William Pitt, in which the real interests of Britain in the present crisis are considered, and some observations are offered on the general state of Europe
Currie, James ; Byrne, Patrick ; Moore, James
Dublin. Printed for P. Byrne, Grafton-street; and J. Moore, College-green. 1793. 70 p. : 8vo.
A letter commercial and political addressed to the Rt. Honble. William Pitt: in which the real interesty of Britain in the present crisis are considered and some observations are offered on the general state of Europe
Wilson, Jasper ; Pitt, William
London. for G.G. and J. Robinson. 1793.
A letter, commercial and political, addressed to the Rt. Honble. William Pitt; in which the real interests of Britain, in the present crisis, are considered and some observations are offered on the general state of Europe
London. Printed for G.G.J. and J. Robinson. 1793.
A letter concerning earthquakes
A. Millar. 1750.
A letter concerning earthquakes, written in the year 1693
London. Printed for A. Millar. 1750. 20 p.
A letter concerning earthquakes, written in the year 1693
New York. Reader Microprint. 1974. 1 microop.aque.
A Letter concerning Enthusiasm, to My Lord -----
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper
London. Printed for J. Morphew near Stationers-Hall. 1708. 84 p.
A Letter concerning Invocation of Saints, and Adoration of the cross, writ Ten Years since, to John Evelyn of Depthford Esq
London. Printed by John Macock for John Martyn at the sign of the Bell in St Paul's Church-yard. 1679. [i], , 5-39 p.
A letter concerning libels, warrants, and the seizure of papers: with a view to some late proceedings, and the defence of them by the majority
London. printed for J. Almon. 1764. 100p.
A letter concerning libels, warrants, the seisure of papers, and sureties for the peace or behaviour; witha view to some late proceedings, and the defence of them by the majority
London. printed for J. Almon. 1766.
A letter concerning libels, warrants, the seizure of papers, and sureties for the peace or behaviour: with a view to some late proceedings, and the defence of them by the majority
Father of Candor ; Almon, John
London. Printed for J. Almon. 1765. 112 p.
A Letter concerning the disabling clauses lately offered to the House of Commons, for regulating corporations
London. To besold by Randall Taylor. 1690. 22 p.
A letter concerning the two first chapters of Luke, addressed to an editor of the improved version
London. printed for the author ... by Miller and Pople. 1810. 122p.
A letter concerning toleration
Buffalo. Prometheus Books. 1990. 78p.
A letter concerning toleration
New York. Bobbs-Merrill. 1955. 62p.
A letter, containing a most briefe discourse apologeticall: with a plaine demonstration, and feruent protestation, for the lawfull, sincere, very faithfull and Christian course, of the philosophical studies and exercises, of a certaine studious gentleman, an ancient seruaunt to her most excellent Maiesty Royall
(Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1973). (25) p.
A letter ... containing his new theory concerning light and colors
Newton, Sir I
Printed for John Martyn. 1671.
A letter containing some observations on fractures of the lower limbs
London. Printed by J. Callow. 1807. 44 p.,  leaves of plates.
A letter [to the court of directors of the East India Company] dated 21st February 1784: with remarks and authentic documents to support the remarks
London. [s.n.]. 1786.
[A letter dated 23rd August 1788 from Robert Burns to Mr. Robert Ainslie]
[19--]. 1 sheet.
(A letter, dated 2 February, 1642/3, from Thomas Weld and Hugh Peters: urging the transportation of poor Irish children to New England)
(London. 1643). 1 sheet.
A Letter does not blush: a collection of the most moving, entertaining and remarkable letters in history
London. Buchan & Enright. 1984. 407p.
A lettere di fuoco
Milano. Mondadori. 1999. 139p.
A letter, etc
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. .
A letter, etc. (on the christian duty of the British government in India)
(London. Williams & Norgate. 1859). 22 p.
A letter explanatory of some, correspondence on the subject of the grant of 1800 made to the National School of the Hamlet of Highgate by the Committee of Privy Council for Education
(London. privately printed. 1853). 8 p.
A letter farther and more fully evidencing the Kings stedfastnesse in the Protestant religion
L'Angle, Samuel de
London. Printed by A.W. for Joshua Kirton. 1660.
A letter for Don
London. Mills and Boon. 1975. 191p.
A letter for Emma
Scripture Union. 1989. 125p.
A letter formerly written to Mr. Tichborne and others in the Tower to mind them of death: And in order thereto, to publish a repentant declaration for the greatness of the sin of rebellion. And by reason it lay ten dayes and could not be delivered, it is now published on this occasion
London. Printed by D. Maxwell. 1662. 8 p.
A letter for Obi
Straker, J. F
London. Harrap. 1971. 3-180p.
A letter for Queen Victoria: an opera in four acts
Paris. Byrd Hoffman Fondation. 1974. 156p.
A letter for Veronica
London. Hale. 1974. 156p.
A letter from a burgess of Monaghan to the parish-clerk of Ardbraccan
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1754. -15p.
A letter from a Catholick gentleman to his Popish friends, now to be exiled from London
Edinburgh. [s.n.]. 1678.
A letter from a citizen of London to his fellow citizens, and through them, to the people of England in general, occasioned by the late earthquakes: wherein some vices of the great are particularly exposed, which were not taken notice of in the late excellent letter of the Lord Bishop of London
London. Printed for J. Hinton. 1750. 28 p.
A letter from a citizen of London to his friend in the country: concerning the land bank, established by a deed of settlement enroll'd in Chancery; and the land bank proposed to be established by Mr. Briscoe
D. C ; Briscoe, John
(London. 1695?). 1 sheet.
A letter from a citizen of London to Sir Robert Peel ... on the necessity of restricting ... the power of magistrates, and protecting places of public entertainment from persecution
Brooks, R ; Peel, Robert
London. Lake. 1842. 24 p.
A letter from a citizen of Port-Royal in Jamaica, to a citizen of New York: relating to some extraordinary measures, lately set on foot in that island
London. printed for J. Johnson. 1756. 16p.
A letter from a citizen to a member of parliament; against the bill now depdending for regulating elections in the city of London,and for preserving the peace, good order, and government of the said city
London. R. King. 1725. 62 p.
A letter from a citizen to a member of parliament; occasion'd by the bill now depending for regulating elections in the city of London, and for preserving the peace, good order, and government of the said city
London. R. King. 1725. 62 p.
A letter from a city-minister to a member of the ... court of Parliament, concerning the presentaffairs: Being a vindication of the Church of England-clergy, for their owning and praying for K. William & Q. Mary
London. Printed for T. Newborough. 1689. 19 p.
A letter from a clergyman in Cork, to Philadelphicus
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1750. 16p.
A letter from a clergyman in Dublin, to a clergyman in Cork: In answer to a letter published in Dublin, Dec. 8th, 1749. Vindicating the conduct of the Bishop of Cork, in the degradation of Mr. Dallas
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1749. 16p.
A letter from a clergy-man in the city, to his friend in the country, containing his reasons for not reading the declaration
Halifax, George Savile
(s. l. s. n.). 1688. 8 p.
A Letter from a clergyman in the country, to a clergyman in the city: containing free thoughts about the controversy between some ministers of the Church of England, and the Quakers : with seasonable advice to his brethren, to study peace and moderation, 1701
[Manchester. Printed by John Harrison for the Manchester and Stockport Tract Depository and Association. 18--]. 36p.
A letter from a clergyman of the diocess of Corke, to his friend in Dublin: Relating the conduct of the Bishop of Corke, in the degradation of Mr. Dallas
Dublin. printed for G. and A. Ewing. 1749. 32p.
A letter from a clergyman of the established Church of Ireland: to those of his parishioners who areof the popish communion
Dublin. Sleater. 1767. 37 p.
A Letter from a clergyman to his friend: with an account of the Travels of Captain Lemuel Gulliver
Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California. 1970. xii, 22 p.
A letter from a clergyman to his friend, with an account of the travels of Captain Lemuel Gulliver [by Jonathan Swift], anonymous,1726
Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California. 1970.
A letter from a commoner of England, to a member of the honourable H(ouse) of C(ommons)
(London. 1705). 8 p.
A letter from a country gentleman in the province of Munster, to His Grace the Lord Primate of all Ireland
[Dublin?]. [s.n.]. . 8p.
A letter from a country gentleman, to a member of Parliament, on the present state of public affairs: in which the object of the contending parties, and the following characters are particularly considered: the Dukes of Norfolk, Portland, and Northumberland ... Mrs. Fitzherbert, and His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales
Dublin. printed for P. Byrne. 1789. ,46p.
A letter from a discounter in Bishopsgate-street to a pawnbroker in Long-acre (reproving him for his book on pawnbroking)
Wright, Abraham Ben Little
London. Collyer. 1745. 34 p.
A Letter from a Dissenting Teacher, In Confutation of Dr. Wells's Letter to a Dissenting Parishioner, &c: Together with an Answer to the Dissenter's Letter
Jago, George ; Jago, George
Exon. Printed by S. Farley and J. Bliss, and Sold by Philip Bishop, over-against the Guild-Hall. 1707. [iii], 40 p.
A letter from a distinguished English commoner, (Rt. Hon. Ed---d B--ke) to a peer of Ireland, on the penal laws against Irish Catholics; previous to the late repeal of a part thereof, in the session of the Irish Parliament held A.D. 1782
Burke, Edmund ; McDonnell, Thomas
Dublin. Printed by Thomas M'Donnell, No. 50 Essex-street. M,DCC,XCI . 24 p. : 8vo.
A letter from a distinguished English commoner, to a Peer of Ireland, on the penal laws against Irish Catholics; previous to the late repeal of a part thereof, in the session of the Irish Parliament, held A.D. 1782
Burke, Edmund ; Doyle, Matthew ; Kenmare, Thomas Browne
Dublin. Printed for Matthew Doyle, no. 196, Abbey-Street. M,DCC,LXXXIII . 25,p. : 8vo.
A letter from a free citizen of Dublin, to a freeholder in the county of Armagh
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1753. 15p.
A letter from a Freeholder of the County of Catherlaugh, to the Freeholders of the County of Antrim
Mis-oligos ; Freeholder of the County of Catherlaugh
[Dublin?]. Printed in the year, M DCC XXV . 13,p. : 8vo.
A Letter from a Freemason to General H.R.H. Albert Edward,Prince of Wales
London. C.Bradlaugh. (s.d.). 8p.
A letter from a friend in the countrey: to a member in the ... House of Commons
(London). 1643. 17 p.
A letter from a friend in the countrey to a member of the honovrable House of Commons
London. [s.n.]. 1643.
A letter from a friend in the country to a member of the House of Commons concerning the late election at Derry
(s.l. s.n.). (1697). (14) p.
A letter from a gentleman at Cork, to his friend in Dublin: Concerning the loan-bill, rejected on the 17th December 1753
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1754. 16p.
A letter from a gentleman at St. Germains, to his friend in London
(London). 1697. 12 p.
A letter from a gentleman at the Bah to his friend in London: concerning the case of Mr. Joseph Hethrington in a late tryal on theinformation of Sir Charles Peers
London. 1722. 29 p.
A letter from a gentleman farmer, in Ireland, to O.P. Esq. London
Dublin. printed by william Folds. 1810. 8p.
A letter from a gentleman in Boston, to Mr. George Wishart, one of the ministers of Edinburgh: concerning the state of religion inNew-England
Chauncy, Charles ; Wishart, George
(Edinburgh). Priv. Print. for the Clarendon Historical Society. 1883. 16 p.
A Letter from a gentleman in Boston to Mr. George Wishart, one of the ministers of Edinburgh, concerning the state of religion in New-England
Chauncy, Charles ; Wishart, George
[Edinburgh]. Privately printed for the Clarendon Historical Society. 1883. 16p.
A letter from a gentleman in Dublin to his friend at Dover in Kent: giving a general view of the manners, customs, disposition, &c. of the inhabitants of Ireland
London. Printed by W. Flexney. 1764. 143p.
A letter from a gentleman in Ireland, to an English member of the United Parliament, containing strictures on a pamphlet, entituled "Thoughts on the Protestant ascendancy in Ireland": With some observations calculated to throw a light on the Catholic Question
[London]. printed by J. Hume, for J. Hatchard. 1805. ,104p.
A letter from a gentleman in Ireland to his brother in England, relating to the concerns of Ireland in matter of trade
London. printed and are to be sold by Langley Curtiss. 1677.
A letter from a gentleman in Kent giving satisfaction to a friend in London ... of the late great action there
London. 1648. 13 p.
A letter from a gentleman in London, to his friend in the country: containing an account of ... the terrible storm of wind ... thatbegan in London the 27th of November 1703
London. 1703. 1 sheet.
A letter from a gentleman in the city, to a member of Parliament in the north of Ireland
[Dublin?]. Printed in the year M DCC LVII. . 16p.
A letter from a gentleman in the city to his friend in the country: concerning the threatn'd prosecution of The rehearsal, put into the news-papers
(London. s.n. 1708). 4 p.
A letter from a gentleman in the city, to one in the country; concerning the bill for disabling the Duke of York to inherit the imperial crown of this realm
London. Printed for L. Curtis. 1680. 21 p.
A Letter from a Gentleman in the Country, to his Friends in London: Upon the Subject of the Penal Laws and Tests
[London]. [s.n.]. 1687. 12p.
A letter from a gentleman in the West of England to his friend in London
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. [ca 1753].
A letter from a gentleman in town, to his friend in the country: who, upon a late tour, was uncommonly surprized to see the churches so universally forsaken and empty; and to hear that the meeting-houses, of all denominations, were generally full, and constantly frequented. Containing some seasonable reflections upon the most obvious causes of that great and growing evil
Gentleman in town ; Bizet, William ; Bizet, William
London. Printed for W. Bizet, at the Golden Ball, in St. Clement's church-yard. 1753. 36p.
A Letter from a gentleman in town, to his friend in the country: being an examination into the merits of and objections against the depending lottery
Dublin. [s.n.]. Printed in the year M,DCC,LII . 8p.
A letter from a gentleman in Worcestershire to a Member of Parliament in London [concerning government]
[London]. [s.n.]. 1727.
A letter from a gentleman of the Lord Ambassador Howard's retinue, to his friend in London: dated at Fez, Nov. 1. 1669: Wherein he gives a full relation of the most remarkable passages in their voyage thither, and of the present state of the countries under the power of Taffaletta, Emperour of Morocco; with a brief account of the merchandizing commodities of Africa; as also, the manners and customs of the people there. Published for publick satisfaction
S. L ; Godbid, William ; Pitt, Moses
London. printed by W[illiam]. G[odbid]. for Moses Pitt, at the sign of the White Hart in Little Britain. anno Dom. 1670. , 36p. : 4to.
A letter from a gentleman of the Middle Temple, to his friend in Dublin, relative to the present crisis of affairs in this kingdom
Dublin. printed by William Hallhead. 1780. 39p.