A letter from a grave gentleman once a member of this House of Commons, to his friend, remaining a member of the same House in London. Concerning his reasons why he left the House, and concerning the late Treaty
[Oxford]. [Printed by L. Lichfield]. 1643.
A letter from a grower of long combing wool, to the manufacturers of that valuable staple
London. [s.n.]. 1782. 8p.
A letter from a Jesuit at Paris, to his correspondent in London; shewing the most effectual way to ruine the government and Protestant religion
Nalson, John ; Tooke, Benjamin
[Dublin]. Reprinted M: DC. LXXIX . 8p. : 4to.
A Letter from a lady in town to her friend in the country, concerning the bank or, The list of subscribers farther explain'd
Dublin. Printed by J. Harding. . p.
A letter from a lady to her daughter on the manner of passing Sunday rationally and agreeably
London. Printed by and for J. Marshall and Co. 1788. 33,  p.
A Letter from a lord to a commoner concerning the two church bills lately rejected
Dublin. Printed by Geo. Grierson, at the two Bibles in Essex-Street. 1732. 36 p. : 8vo.
A letter from a magistrate to Mr William Rose, of Whitehall, on Mr Paine's Rights of men
London. printed for J. Debrett. 1791. 144p.
A letter from a master of a collier to a member of the present Parliament: shewing the causes couls are so dear
(London. 1703?). 4 p.
A letter from a Member of Parliament in town, to a noble lord in the country, in regard to the last expedition to the coast of France
Member of Parliament ; Griffiths, Ralph
London. printed for R. Griffiths. 1758. ,29,p. : 8vo.
A Letter from a Member of Parliament to a Friend in the Country: With A List of those who voted for and against the Bill of Trade and Commerce : Also a Copy of the Bill
London. Printed by J. Read, near Fleet-street. 1713. 24 p.
A letter from a Member of Parliament to a friend in the country, concerning the sum of 115,000l. granted for the service of the Civil List: with an impartial account how the Civil List revenues were settled upon His Majesty's royal predecessors, and in what manner they are now settled upon his Present Majesty
London. printed for Jeffrey Walker. .
A Letter from a Member of Parliament to his Friend in the Country: Giving a short Account of the Proceedings of the Tackers, upon the Occasional and Self-denying Bills, the Act of Security in Scotland, and other Occurrences in the last Session of Parliament
London. Printed and are to be Sold by the Booksellers of London and Westminster. 1705. 8 p.
A letter from a member of Parliament to his friend in the country: containing his reasons for being against the late act for preventing the retail of spirituous liquors
London. H. Haines. 1736. 31 p.
A letter from a Member of Parliament to his friend in the country; giving his reasonsfor opposing the farther extension of the excise laws; and shewing, that had the late attempt succeeded, it had been destructive of Parliament, and fatal to the constitution
London. printed by H. Haines at Mr. Franklin's. .
A letter from a member of Parliament to his friends in the country: concerning the dutieson wine and tobacco
Dublin. London printed. Dublin, reprinted by and for George Faulkner. 1733. 32p.
A letter from a Member of Parliament to one of the people, upon the fatal consequences of the present war
Member of Parliament
London. [s.n.]. 1793.
A letter from a member of the army, to the Committee of Safety, and Councell of Officers of the army
London. Calvert. 1659. 8 p.
A Letter from a member of the House of Commons, to a chief magistrate of a borough: relative to the votes of the House of Commons of the 16th of October, 1749
A. B ; Wilson, Peter
Dublin. Printed for Peter Wilson, in Dame-street. M DCC XLIX . 23,p. : 8vo.
A letter from a member of the House of Commons to a gentleman now at London, touching the new Solemn League and Covenant
Oxford. Printed by H. Hall. 1644. 14p.
A letter from a member of the House of Commons to his friend in the country, relating to the Bill of Commerce
London. Printed and sold by J. Baker. 1713.
A letter from a member of the last Parliament to a new member of the present: concerning the conduct of the war with Spain : with some observations on the Hanover Neutrality as far as it may relate to, or affect Great Britain
London. Printed for T. Cooper. 1742. 72p.
A letter from a member of the Marine Society (i.e. Jonas Hanway): Shewing the piety, generosity, and utility of their design
London. Say. 1757. 56 p.
A Letter from a Member of the Society for Propagating the Gospel in Foreign Parts, to an Inhabitant of the City of London: giving an Account of the late Address from the said Society to the Queen, for causing their Designs to be recommended to the Citizens of London, by the Ministers of London and Westminster, and Burrough of Southwark, in their Sermons on Trinity Sunday next, &c
[London]. [s.n.]. [? 1711]. 4 p.
A letter from a merchant in London to a member of Parliament
(London?. 1708?). 4 p.
A letter from a merchant in London to his nephew in North America: relative to the present posture of affairs in the colonies; in which the supposed violation of charters, and the several grievances complained of, are particularly discussed, and the consequences of an attempt towards independency set ina true light
London. Printed for J. Walter. 1766. 55 p.
A Letter from a merchant of London to a member of Parliament: in answer to a Letter from a member of Parliament to his friends in the country, concerning the duties on wine and tobacco
London. Printed for A. Dodd. 1733. 32 p.
A letter from a merchant who has left off trade, to a member of Parliament, in which the case of the British and Irish manufacture of linen, threads, and tapes, is fairly stated; and all the objections against the encouragement proposed to be given to that manufacture, fully answered
London. First printed in the year MDCCXXXVIII. Reprinted in the year MDCCLIII. . 84 p.
A letter from a minister of an united parish in the City of London to his parishioners
[s.l. s.n. 1742]. 12 p.
A letter from aminister of an united parish in the city of London, to his parishioners ... for ... support ofthe Society for the propagation of the gospel in foreign parts
(London. 1742). 12 p.
A letter from a minister of an United Parish in the city of London, to his parishioners, on occasion of a collection to be made therein for the support of The society for the propagation of the Gospel in foreign parts
[London. s.n. 1742]. 12p.
A Letter from a Minister of the Church of England to a Gentleman in the Countrt[sic]: With Instructions how to behave himself in Sickness
, 8 [i.e.6] p.
A letter from Amsterdam conteining the full relation of the proceedings of the Prince of Orange against that city, and the transactions betwixt him, and the citizens, their opening of the sluces to drown the said city, with severall other passages thereupon, and the copy of the Prince of Orange his letter the magistrates of the city. With an exact relation of the five days seigeor blocking up, of Amsterdam by the Prince of Orange, and Grave William of Nassaw. Together with a particular discovery of the whole design and opening the sluces to let in the sea, which hath overflown great part of the land
London. Printed by Bernard Alsop for T.P. 1650.
A letter from an absent pastor to the children of his Sunday school
Breay, John George
London. James Nisbet & Co. [ca 1830].
A letter from an American, now resident in London, to a member of Parliament, on the subject of the restraining proclamation: and containing strictures on Lord Sheffield's pamphlet on the commerce of the American states ... . To which are added, Mentor's reply to Phocion's letter, with some observations on trade, addressed to the citizens of New York
Bingham, William ; Sheffield, John Holroyd
Philadelphia. R. Bell. 1784.
A letter from an apothecary in London, to his friend in the country; concerning the present practice of physick, in regard to empiricks, empirical methods of cure, and nostrums: with remarks on Dr. Mead's, Mr. Freke's, and Mr. Cheselden's method of cure for the itch... also some observations upon mana
London. Printed for M. Cooper. 1752.
A letter from an ejected Member of the House of Commons, to Sir Jo: Evelyn: shewing the constitution of that Councell, and the influence it hath had on the present times, with a judgement of future events
[London?]. [s.n.]. 1648. [ii], 26p.
A letter from an English traveller at Rome to his father (1721)
(Edinburgh). Clarendon Historical Society. 1884. 11 p.
A letter from an English traveller at Rome to his father, 1721: now first printed
Blandford, William Godolphin
[Edinburgh]. Privately Printed for the Clarendon Historical Society. 1884. 11p.
A letter from an exchange broker to a country gentleman concerning peace and South-sea stock
London. Printed in the year 1711. 15 p.
A letter from Angel Lyon, to the Right Honourable Lord George Gordon, on wearing beards: with Lord George Gordon's answer, and a reply from Angel Lyon
[London]. [s.n.]. 1789.
A letter from an inhabitant of St. Katharine's, addressed to Mr. John Hall, secretary to the proposed St. Katharine's dock: with observations on a pamphlet entitled A plain statement of facts connected with the proposed St. Katharine's docks
London. Effingham Wilson. (1824). 24 p.
A letter from an Irish gentleman in London, to his friend, in Dublin, on the proposed system of commerce
O'Beirne, Thomas Lewis ; Cooney, Peter ; Byrne, Patrick
Dublin. Printed by P. Cooney, at the Hibernian Printing-office. And sold by P. Byrne, No. 108, Grafton-Street, near the College. M.DCC.LXXXV. . 35,  p. : 8vo.
A letter from a noble-man abroad, to his friend in England
Lansdowne, George Granville
London. [s.n.]. 1722. 8p.
A letter from an officer at Madras, to a friend formerly in that service, now in England: exhibiting the rise, progress, and actual state, of the late unfortunate insurrection in the Indian army
London. printed by Harding and Wright, for J. Murray. 1810. ,116p.
A letter from an officer in His Majesties Army, to a gentleman in Glocester-shire. Upon occasion of certain querees scattered about that country
[Oxford]. [printed by Leonard Lichfield]. 1643.
A letter from an old citizen of London to the wine-merchants and coopers thereof
London. W. Bickerton. 1744. 6 p.
A letter from a parishioner of St. Clement Danes: to ... Edmund ... bishop of London, occasion'd by his lordship's causing the picture, over the altar, to be taken down
London. Printed by Roberts. 1725. 32 p.
A letter from a Parliament man to his friend, concerning the proceedings of the House of Commons this last sessions, begun the 13th of October, 1675
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper
[London]. [s.n.]. 1675.
A letter from a person of honour in the countrey written to the Earl of Castlehaven: Being observations and reflections upon his Lordships Memoires concerning the wars of Ireland
Anglesey, Arthur Annesley
London. Printed for Nath. Ponder. 1681. 75, (1) p.
A letter from a person of quality to his friend concerning His Majesties late declaration touching the reasons which moved him to dissolve the two last Parliaments at Westminster and Oxford
[London]. [s.n.]. .
A letter from a person of quality, to his friend in the country
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper
[London]. [s.n.]. 1675.
A Letter from a physician in the Highlands ... on the subject of a consumptive habit
London. (ca. 1750?). 21 p.
A letter from a physician in town to another at Bath concerning the case of the Right Honourable the late Earl of Orford
Physician in town
London. Printed for M. Cooper. 1745. 34p.
A letter from a p--me s-j-t, to a h-gh p--t, concerning the present posture of affairs: with advice from acertain great Earl, who had lately a private conference with a c--wn-d H--d : Illustrated with the Life and History of Caiaphas
[Dublin]. [s.n.]. 1754. 15p.
A letter from a porter in the City to the Lords and Commons of Great Britain: assembled in Parliament at Westminster, on ... December 1st
London. Cooper. 1757. 30 p.
A letter from a primate to a pretender found by a patriot stander-by: To which is added, The oracle of Dragon : And a letter from Dean Swift to George F---k--r
Isle of Man [i.e. Dublin]. printed in Poultry-yard, by Benjamin Free, for the Gaff-maker. 15p.
A letter from a Protestant of integrity, to a principal Peer of the Realm now sitting in Parliament. By way of animadversion on a letter from a person of quality to the same Peer of the Realm. Occasioned by the present debate upon the penal laws
London. Printed for the author. .
A letter from a Religious of the Carmelite convent of Saint Denis: addressed to hersuperiours [sic], containing an account of the life and death of M. Julia Mac-Mahon, a holy Religious of the Order of Mount Carmel
Mary Helena Dorothy
A letter from Artemiza in the town to Chloe in the country
Rochester, John Wilmot
(London?. 1679). 4 p.
A Letter from A Scholler in Oxford-shire to his Unkle a Merchant in Broad-street: upon occasion of a Book Intituled, A Moderate and most Proper Reply to a Declaration, Printed and Published under His Majesties Name, Decemb. 8. intended against an Ordinance of Parliament for Assessing, &c : Sent to the presse by the Merchant, who confesseth himselfe converted by it
[Oxford]. [s.n.]. Printed in the Yeare 1642. [i], 21 p.
A letter, from a Scots Tory at London, to his friend at Edinburgh: in relation to the intended address for the dissolution of the Un-n
Scots Tory at London
[Edinburgh?. 1714?]. 4p. : fol.
A Letter from a soldier of the I.R.A. to the soldiers of the Royal Green Jackets, Belfast, August, 1971
s.l. [I.R.A.?]. . 5 p.
A Letter from a son to his mother
London. sold by Cradock and Joy. 18110. 12p.
A letter from a souldier to the Commons of England, occasioned by an address now carrying on by the Protestants in Ireland, in order to take away the fund appropriated for the payment of the arrears of the army
London. Printed for E. Mallet. 1702. 27p.
A letter from a true and lawfull member of Parliament, and one faithfully engaged with it, from the beginning of the war to the end: To one of the lords of His Highness councell, upon occasion of the last declaration, shewing the reasons of their proceedings for securing the peace of the commonwealth, published on the31th of October 1655
Clarendon, Edward Hyde
(London). 1656. 71 p.
A letter from a true and lawfull Member of Parliament, and one faithfully engaged with it, from the beginning of the War to the end. To one of the Lords of his Highness Councell, upon occasion of the last declaration, shewing the reasons of their proceedings for securing the peace of the Commonwealth, published on the 31th [sic] of October 1655
Clarendon, Edward Hyde ; Vane, Henry
[London]. [s.n.]. 1656.
A letter from a Unitarian Christian in answer to the revilings of a Trinitarian
Newcastle. J. Marshall, printer. [18--?]. 4p.
A letter from a venerated nobleman: recently retired from this country, to the Earl of Carlisle, explaining the causes of that event
Fitzwilliam, William Wentworth Fitzwilliam ; Carlisle, Frederick Howard
Dublin. [s. n.]. 1795. 29,  p.
A letter from a venerated nobleman, recently retired from this country, to the Earl of Carlisle: explaining the causes of that event
Fitzwilliam, William Wentworth Fitzwilliam
Dublin. Printed by T. Reilly. 1795. ,46p.
A letter from Candor, to the Public Advertiser: containing a series of constitutional remarks on some late interesting trials,and other points, of the most essential consequence to civil liberty
Candor ; Pratt, Charles
London. printed for J.Almon. 1765. 48p.
A letter from Charles Holte Bracebridge, Esq., of Atherstone Hall, on the affairs of Greece
Bracebridge, Charles Holte
London. G. Barclay. 1850. 16p.
A letter from Christ to the world: an exploration of the role of the laity in the church today
Geneva . WCC Publications. c1998. xi, 147 p.
A letter from David Morris Fackler, Presbyter of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States, to the right Reverend George W. Doane ... vindicating the catholicity of his priesthood in answer to the charge brought against him of schismatical conduct
Fackler, David Morris ; Doane, George W
New York. John Moffet. 1851.
A letter from Dionysius to the renowned triumvirate
Dublin. printed for Peter Wilson. 1754. 24p.
A letter from Dr. Glass to Dr. Baker on the means of procuring a distinct and favourable kind of small-pox and on the use of cold air and cold water in putrid fevers
London. Printed for W. Johnston. 1767.
A letter from Dr. Robert Wild to his friend Mr. J. J. upon occasion of His Majesty's declaration for liberty of conscience: together with his Poetica licentia, and a friendly debate between a conformist and a non-conformist
London. printed for T. Parkhurst, J. Starkey, F. Smith, and D. Newman. 1672.
A letter from Dr. Rock, in answer to the epistle from a physician at Bath
London. printed for M. Cooper. 1745.
A letter from Duke Schomberge's camp, giving an account of the condition of the English and Irish army: And a true account of all the Papists in Ireland, their number and estates, with reasons for declaring them forfeited, and the several parties amongst them ... : From the camp at Dundalke, November 4. 1689
London. printed for Tho. Parkhurst: and published by Randal Taylor. 1689. [i],9p.
A letter from Earl Stanhope, to the Right Honourable Edmund Burke: containing a short answer to his late speech on the French Revolution
Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope ; Burke, Edmund
London. Printed by George Stafford for P. Elmsby; sold by J. Debrett and J. Stockdale. 1790.
A letter from Edmund Burke, esq: one of the representatives in Parliament for the city of Bristol, to John Farr and John Harris, esqrs. sheriffs of that city, on the affairs of America
Bristol. Printed by William Pine. 1777. 78p.
A letter from Edmund Burke, Esq; in vindication of his conduct with regard to the affairs of Ireland
Burke, Edmund ; Byrne, Patrick ; Burgh, Thomas
[Dublin] London: Printed for J. Bew ... and, Dublin. Re-printed by P. Byrne, No. 35, College-Green, and oposite the statue of King William. M,DCC,LXXX . 58p. : 8vo.
A letter from Edmund Burke, esq; in vindication of his conduct with regard to the affairs of Ireland: Addressed to Thomas Burgh, esq. Member of Parliament for Athy
[Dublin]. London; printed for J. Bew; and, Dublin, re-printed by C. Jackson. 1780. ,-58p.
A letter from Edmund Burke Esq., one of the representatives in Parliament for the city of Bristol, to John Farr and John Harris, Esqrs., sheriffs of that city, on the affairs of America
Dublin. printed for W. Whitestone, W. Sleater, J. Williams, W. Wilson, W. Colles [and 6 others]. 1777. ,55,p.
A letter from Edmund Burke ... to John Farr and John Harris... on the affairs of America
Dublin. for W. Whitestone, etc. 1777.
A letter from Fort St. George in the East-Indies, concerning the Protestant mission in those parts
London. printed for J. Downing. 1721. 29,p.
A letter from Fort St. George in the East-Indies, concerning the Protestant mission in those parts, and the probability there is of success on the undertaking: with a proposal for rendring the same, by the blessing of God, more effectual for gaining the heathen to true Christianity
London. Printed by J. Downing, in Bartholomew-Close, near West-Smithfield. 1721. 29 p.
A letter from General Blakes fleet with the particulars of the great and bloody fight with the Dutch, near Goodwin Sands
London. printed for Robert Ibbitson. 1652. 6 p.
A letter from General Fielding to Sir C.D
Cleveland, Barbara Villiers Palmer
(1706?). 1 sheet.
A letter from Generall Leven, the Lord Fairfax and the Earl of Manchester to the Committee of both kingdoms ... concerning the great victory it hath pleased God to give them over the forces under the command of Prince Rupert and the Marquesse of Newcastle, at Marstam-Moor, neer York, July the Second, 1644
Leven, Alexander Leslie
London. Printed for Edw. Husbands. 1644. 7p.
A letter from Generall Monck, November the 12th: directed (and delivered) to the LordMaior, Court of Aldermen and Common-Council of the City of London: inviting them and all true English-men, to give him assistance in his cordial uudertakings [sic] for the redemption of the liberties of the people of England
Albemarle, George Monck
[London]. [s.n.]. 1659.
A letter from General Ludlow to Dr. Hollingworth: Their Majesties chaplain at St. Botolph-Aldgate, defending his former letter to Sir E. S. (i.e. Edward Seymour) which compared the tyranny of the first four years of King Charles the Martyr, with the tyranny of the four years of the late abdicated Kingand vindicating the Parliament which began in Novemb. 1640
Ludlow, Edmund ; Hollingworth, Richard
Amsterdam. 1692. viii, 72 p.
A letter from General Ludlow to Dr. Hollingworth, their Majesties Chaplain at St. Botolph-Aldgate. Defending his former letter to Sir E.S. which compared the tyranny of the first four years of King Charles the Martyr, with the tyranny of the four years of the late abdicated King. And vindicating the Parliament which began in Novemb. 1640
Ludlow, Edmund ; Hollingworth, Richard
Amsterdam. [s.n.]. 1692.
A letter from General Monck from Dalkeith, 13 October 1659. Directed as followeth. For the Right Honorable William Lenthal, Esquire, Speaker; To be communicated to the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, at Westminster
Albemarle, George Monck ; Lenthall, William
London. [s.n.]. 1659.
A letter from George Adams
London. Steiner. 1978. 47p.
A letter from George the Count Johannes to "The New York Herald.": September 4
(New York?. 1869). 11 p.
A letter from Germany to the Princess Royal of England, 1797
Menston. Scolar Press. 1968. 98p.,ill.,25cm.
A letter from G.H. to his friend about his being concerned in a contract with the Lordsof the Treasury, for coyning the plate
(London?. 1697). 3 l.
A letter from Glenluce to the Right Hon. Lord Glenelg on the crisis of Malta
[S.l. s.n. n.d.]. 8p.
A letter from Governor Pownall to Adam Smith, L.L.D., F.R.S: being an examination of several points of doctrinelaid down in his 'Inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations', 1776
New York. Augustus M. Kelley. 1967.
A letter from Grosvenor Square: an account of a stewardship
Winant, John Gilbert
London. Hodder & Stoughton. 1947. vii, 200p.
A letter fromHampstead: a doctor remembers his patient, Bernard van Dieren
Richmond, Surrey. Keepsake. 1987. 18p.
A letter from Henry Woodward, comedian, the meanest of all characters; (see Inspector, no.524.)to Dr. John Hill, inspector-general of Great-Britain, the greatest of all characters; (see all the Inspectors.)
(London). Printed for M. Cooper. 1752. 22 p.
A letter from Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Caroline, to his Sovereign Majesty Majesty King George the fourth. To which is added, Lord J. Russell's letter to Mr. Wilberforce, and petition to His Majesty the King. Together with Messrs. Brougham & Denman's speeches in the House of Peers, onthe 17th and 18th of August, 1820, against the further proceedings on the Bill of pains and penalties
Caroline ; George ; Russell, John ; Wilberforce, William ; Brougham and Vaux, Henry Peter Brougham ; Denman, Thomas Denman
London. printed for O. Hodgson. 1820.
A letter from His Excellencie ... General Monck, and the officers under his command, to the Parliament: 1659 (i.e. 1660)
Albemarle, George Monck
(Edinburgh). Clarendon Historical Society. 1886. 10 p.
A letter from His Excellencie the Lord General Monck, and the officers under his command, to the Parliament; in the name of themselves, and the souldiers under them
Albemarle, George Monck
London. Printed by John Macock. 1660. 15 p.
A letter from His Excellency J. Watson Webb, United States envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary in Brazil, to J. Bramley-Moore, Esq., M.P., in reply to a statement in the "Times" newspaper by His Excellency W.D. Christie
Webb, J. Watson
[s.l. s.n. 1863]. 64p.
A letter from His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax: and a Councel of vvar at Uxbridge, June 29, 1647. Tobe communicated to both Houses of Parliament, and the Lord Mayor, Aldermen and Common Councel of the city of London, of the armies drawing farther back from the city of London ... in answer to the votes of both Houses
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. L. Chapman. Iuly 1, 1647. 7 p.
A letter from his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax, sent to both Houses of Parliament June the 6. concerning the Kings being brought from Holmby towards the Army with all the perticulars about the same: wherein is set forth to all the world the cleare and candid intentions of his Excellency and the whole Army, for the good of the Parliament and Kingdome, in their restlesse endeavours, for a sure and lasting true peace : published to silence the many false reports already raised, and to prevent the like for the future
London. printed for George Whittington. 1647. (6)p.
A letter from His Grace James Duke of Ormond, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, in answer to theRight Honourable Arthur Earl of Anglesey Lord Privy=Seal, his Observations and reflections upon the Earl of Castlehaven's Memoires concerning the rebellion of Ireland
Ormonde, James Butler ; Anglesey, Arthur Annesley ; Sweeney, John L
London. printed for R. Baldwin. 1682. 4p. : 2mo.
A letter from His Grace the Duke of Richmond to Lieutenant Colonel Sharman: chairman to the Committee of Correspondence appointed by the delegates of forty-five corps of volunteers assembled at Lisburn in Ireland : with notes by a member of the Society for Constitutional Information
Richmond, Lennox and Augbigny, Charles Lennox
London. Sold by J. Johnson. 1792. 16p.
A letter from His Grace the Duke of Richmond to Lieutenant Colonel Sharman, Chairman to the Committee of Correspondence appointed by the delegates of forty-five corps of volunteers, assembled at Lisburn in Ireland
Richmond and Lennox, Charles Lennox
London. sold by J. Johnson; and all other booksellers in Great Britain and Ireland. 1792. 16p.
A letter from His Majetties Covrt at Holmbie: with advertisement of propositions from the King to the Parliament; in answer to the propositions for peace. With His Majesties consent to have the Presbyterian Government setled for three yeares. And other particulars concerning the Queenes letter to HisMajestie
London. printed by B. A. 1647. (6)p.
A letter from Hon. Reverdy Johnson to Hon. John A. Peters: on the subject of the Washington Treaty, and its construction in relation to the claim of the United States for consequential damages
Baltimore. Printed at the Sun Book and Job Office. 1872. 19p.
A letter from Hugh Boyd, Esq; of Ballycastle, to a member of Parliament, on the late scarcity of coals in the city of Dublin
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1749-50. 12p.
A letter from India
London. Oxford University Press. 1968.
A letter from India
London. Faber. 1937.
A Letter from Irenoplis [i.e.Irenopolis] to the inhabitants of Eleutheropolis: or, A serious address to the dissenters of Birmingham
Birmingham. Printed by John Thompson. 1792.
A letter from Irenoplis to the inhabitants of Eleutheropolis; or, a serious address to the dissenters of Birmingham
Birmingham. printed by John Thompson; for C. Dilly, London. 1792. 40,p.
A letter from Irenopolis to the inhabitants of Eleutheropolis: or, A serious address to the Dissenters ofBirmingham
Birmingham. Printed by John Thompson. 1792. 40 p.
A letter from Israel
London. Oxford University Press. 1968. 56p.
A Letter from Israel
Jerusalem. Israel Information Office. 1992.