[A letter from James Drummond to R. D. Darbishire]
Oxford. [Manchester New College]. 1892. 6p.
A letter from J...n W...s [ie John Wilkes], esq in Paris, to a noble lord in London
London. Printed for E. Sumpter, opposite Salisbury Court, Fleet Street. 1764.
A Letter from John Baskerville, letter-founder & printer of Birmingham to Robert Dodsley ... 12th May 1757
[UK]. White Dove Press. 1993.
A letter from John Baskerville, letter-founder & printer of Birmingham to Robert Dodsley, bookseller of Pall Mall London, 12th May 1757
Baskerville, John ; Pardoe, F. E
London. for the Wynkyn de Worde Society. 1993. 1 fold. sheet ( p.).
A letter from John Bird Esq; to the Right Honourable the Lord Sydney Beauclerc, vice-chamberlain to the King, one of His Majesty's most Honourable Privy Council, and Member of Parliament for the Borough of Windsor: concerning Mr. Bird's election for the city of Coventry, and his qualifications to sit and vote in Parliament
Bird, John ; Beauclerc, Sydney
London. [s.n.]. 1741.
A letter from John Cartwright Esq. to a friend at Boston in the County of Lincoln: and to all other commoners who have associated in support of the constitution
London. printed for James Ridgway. 1793. 68p.
A letter from John Farleigh
A letter, from Lady Jean Fergusson to Dr. Doddridge on the death of her son
Birmingham. Printed by J. Belcher and Son. 1816.
A letter from Legion to His Grace the Duke of Richmond: &&&, chairman of the slavery committee of the House of Lords, containing an exposure of the character of the evidence on the colonial side produced before the committee
London. S. Bagster. (pref. 1832). 196 p.
A letter from Lieut.Gen. Sir Henry Clinton, K.B. to the Commissioners of Public Accounts, relative to some observations in their seventh report, which may be judged to imply censure on the late Comanders in Chief of His Majesty's army in North America
London. printed for J. Debrett. 1784. 31p.
A letter from Lipo and other poems
New York. Oxford University Press. 1955. 93,p.
A letter from Lord de Clifford, to the worthy and independent electors of the town of Downpatrick
London. Printed for J. Debrett. 1790. 25p.
A letter from Lord Denman to Lord Brougham on the final extinction of the slave-trade
London. J. Hatchard and Son. 1848. 22cm.
A letter from ... Lord Fairfax to the House of peers ... fifth of June, 1648 concerning all the proceedings in Kent: with severall papers found ... discovering the whole designe
London. printed for J. Wright. 1648. 10 p.
A letter from Lord George Gordon in Newgate, to Baron de Alvensleben, minister from Hanover, Grovenor-Square
[London]. [s.n.]. . 8p.
A letter from Lydia
London. Collins. 1974. 160p.
A letter from Lyla
London. Hale. 1981. 173p.
A letter from Major General Ludlow to Sir E. S. comparing the tyranny of the first four years of King Charles the Martyr, with the tyranny of the four years reign of the late abdicated King. Occasioned by the reading Doctor Pelling's lewd harangues upon the 30th of January, being the anniversary of general madding-day
Ludlow, Edmund ; Seymour, Edward ; Pelling, Edward
[Netherlands]. [s.n.]. 1691.
A letter from Mary Queen of Scots to the Duke of Guise, January 1562: reproduced in facsimile from the original manuscript in the possession of the late John Scott, of Halkshill
Mary ; Guise, Francʹois de Lorraine ; Pollen, John Hungerford
Edinburgh. Printed at theUniversity Press by T. and A. Constable for the Scottish History Society. 1904. lxvi, 81 p.
A letter from Mary Queen of Scots to the Duke of Guise January 1562: reproduced in facsimile from the original manuscript
Mary ; Pollen, John Hungerford ; Guise, Francʹois de Lorraine
Edinburgh. Constable. 1904.
A letter from Masada
Richmond, Surrey. Keepsake. 1982. 11p.
A letter from Mercvrivs civicvs (pseud.) to Mercurius rusticus: or, Londons confession but not repentance: Shewing that the beginning and the obstinate pursuance of this accursed horrid rebellion is principally to be ascribed to that rebellious city
(Oxford). 1643. 33 p.
A letter from Monsier Desenfans to Mrs Montagu
Desenfans, Noel Joseph
London. printed for T. Cadell. 1777.
A letter from Mr Burke to a member of the National Assembly: in answer to some objections to his book on French affairs
London. re-printed for J. Dodsley. 1791. 74p.
A letter from Mr. Burke, to a member of the National assembly: in answer to some objections to his book on French affairs
[Dublin]. Paris printed, Dublin reprinted by W. Porter for G. Burnet (etc.). 1791. ,60p.
A letter from Mr. Burke to a member of the National Assembly in answer to some objections to his book on French affairs
Paris . for J. Dodsley. 1791.
A letter from Mr Cibber to Mr Pope: inquiring into the motives that might induce him in his satyrical works, to be sofrequently fond of Mr Cibber's name
Cibber, Colley ; Pope, Alexander
London. printed and sold by W. Lewis. 1742.
A letter from Mr. Cibber to Mr. Pope
Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California. 1973. xi, 66 p.
A letter from Mr Cibber to Mr Pope, inquiring into the motives that might induce him in his satyrical works to be so frequently fond of Mr Cibber's name
Cibber, Colley ; Pope, Alexander
London. printed and sold by W. Lewis. 1742.
A letter from Mr. Foote: to the reverend author of the Remarks critical and Christian, on the Minor
London. Printed for T. Davies, T. Becket, and J. Coote. 1760. 40 p.
A letter from Mr. George Godwin, Jun. ... on the state of architecture in the provinces, to the conductor
(London. Architectural Magazine. 1837). 4 p.
A letter from Mr. Hunt to the freemen of Bristol: to which is added a list of those charities
London. Printed by W. Nicholson. 1812. 33p.
A letter from Mr. John Bull, of London, to Mr. Paddy Whack, of Dublin
Dublin. printed by James Moore. 1792. ,18p.
A letter from Mr. Joseph Price, to Mr. Benjamin Lacam, on the subject of his complaint agaist Governor Hastings, addressed to the proprietors of East-India Stock
[London. s.n. 1782].
A letter from Mr. MacCartney to a friend of his in London
Belfast. London, printed. Belfast, Re-printed and sold by Robert Gardner. 1713. 8p.
A letter from Mr. MacCartney, to a friend of his in London. Dated at Ostend, Dec. 4-15. 1712: giving a particular account of what pass'd before and at the unfortunate duel between his Grace the D. of Hamilton and L. Mohun
London. printed for A. Baldwin. 1713. 18p.
A letter from Mrs. Christian Hart, to Mrs. Margaret Caroline Rudd: elucidating several circumstances which did not appear on the trial; refuting ... falsities and mal-aspersions
Hart, Christian ; Rudd, Margaret Caroline
London. Williams. (1776). 70 p.
A letter from Mrs. Gunning addressed to His Grace the Duke of Argyll
London. for the author. 1791.
A letter from Mr. T.B. Young to the Rev. R. Heape, containing his resignation
Young, T. B
[Sunderland. Reed and Son, Printers. 1836]. 7p.
A letter from Mr. Thomas Halford, of Birmingham: Containing a large and full account of the pretended prophets there.Written March 1st, 1707-08
London. printed for Nath. Hillier. .
A letter from M. Voltaire to the French Academy: containing an appeal to that society on the merits of the English dramatic poet Shakespeare: read before the Academy on the day of St. Louis, MDCCLXXVI. Translated from the original edition, just published at Paris
Voltaire ; Bew, John ; Kenrick, W
London. printed for J. Bew. 1777. , v, , ii, 42p. : 8vo.
A letter from one of the people call'd Quakers to Francis de Voltaire: occasioned by his remarks on that people in his letters concerning the English nation
London. printed and sold by T. Sowle Raylton and Luke Hinde; also sold by P. Vaillant, and H. Whitridge. 1742. vii,,48p.
A letter from one of the special constables in London on the late occasion of their being called out to keep the peace
London. Pickering. 1848. 23 p.
A letter from Paris, to George Petre
Eustace, John Chetwode
London. printed for J. Mawman. 1814. 21cm.
A letter from Paul the missionary to the Society of Christians in Rome: being an abridged paraphrase of the Epistle to the Romans
London. The Swarthmore Press. [1919?]. 11 p.
A letter from Pontus: & other verse
London. W. Heinemann. (1936). 109 p.
A letter from Pontus and other verse
London. Heinemann. 1936.
A letter from Rachel Chandler, to ministers and elders
London. printed at the Biblein George-Yard, Lombard-Street. 1766. 8p.
A letter from Rbcc Wst
Edinburgh. Tragara. 1986. 13p.
A letter from Rome shewing an exact conformity between popery and paganism: or, the religion of the present Romans derived from that of their heathen ancestors
London. printed for William Innys and Richard Manby. 1733. 71,p.
A letter from Rome, shewing an exact conformity between popery and paganism: or, The religion of the present Romans derived from that of their heathen ancestors
Dublin. Re-printed for R. Owen. 1731. 78p.
A letter from Rome, shewing an exact conformity between popery and paganism: or, The religion of the present Romans to be derived entirely from that of their heathen ancestors
London. printed for W. Innys. 1729. 70,p.
A letter from Rome, shewing an exact conformity between popery and paganism; or, The religion of the present Romans, derivedfrom that of their heathen ancestors
London. Printed for Richard Manly. 1741.
A letter from Rome, shewing an exact conformity between Popery and paganism, or, The religion of the present Romans, derived from that of their heathen ancestors. ... To which are added, I. A prefatory discourse, containing an answer to all the objections of the writer of a Popish book, intituled, The Catholic Christian instructed, ... II. A postscript, in which Mr. Warburton's opinion concerning the paganism of Rome is particularly considered
London. printed for Richard Manby. 1741. (8),248p.
A letter from Samuel Richardson, formerly a member of the Company of Stationers, and given by them to the youths bound at their Hall
A letter from Sir R---d C--x, to a certain great man and his son: On the present state of affairs in Ireland
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1753. 8p.
A letter from Sir Richard Cox, Bart. to Thomas Prior, Esq: shewing, from experience, a sure method to establish the linen-manufacture : and the beneficial effects, it will immediately produce
Dublin. Printed for Peter Wilson. 1749. 48p.
A letter from sixteen gentlemen of Kent named in the ordinance for the militia ... to the House of Commons ... with the answer of the House ... as also the remonstrance and petition of ... inhabitants of ... Bristol ... to ... Thomas Lord Fairfax
London. Printed for R. White. 1648. 8 p.
A letter from some of the principal citizens, to the aldermen of Dublin
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1760. 8p.
A letter from St. Omars in farther confirmation of the truth of the Popish Plot, upon a consideration of divers circumstances in the trials: together with several new matters relating to a farther discovery thereof, and particularly a letter from Mr. Jennison proving Mr. Ireland to have been in London the 19th. of August contrary to the Staffordshire witnesses and what the five Jesuits, latelyexecuted, insisted upon at their trials : with remarks upon the said letter
London. [s.n.]. 1679. 22 p.
A letter from St. Paul
RCA. 1 compact disc.
A letter from St. Paul's
London. St. Paul's Cathedral.
A letter from Sydney, the principal town of Australasia: and other writings on colonization
Wakefield, Edward Gibbon
London. Dent. 1929.
A letter from the Archbishop of Cambray to the French Academy, concerning rhetoric, poetry, history: and a comparison between the antients and moderns
Fenelon, Francʹois de Salignac de la Mothe-
Glasgow. printed and sold by Robert and Andrew Foulis. 1750. 104p.
A letter from the Atturney of Ireland concerning the taking of the towne of Wexford by storme, on the 11 of October last with an account of the artillery, ammunition and other provisions taken there. VVith some other intelligence from the north and southof Ireland
Basill, William ; Ibbitson, Robert
London. Printed for Robert Ibbitson in Smithfield near the Queens-head Tavern. Octob. 4. 1649. ,5,p.
A Letter from the author of the Argument against a standing army, to the author of the Ballancing Letter
A letter from the Bishop
[s.l. s.n.]. 1943. 1 sheet.
A letter from the Bishop of Rochester: to the right honourable the Earl of Dorset and Middlesex, Lord-Chamberlain of his majesties houshold, concerning his sitting in the late ecclesiastical commission
(London) In the Savoy. Printed by Edw. Jones. 1688. 20 p.
A letter from the Bishop of Rochester, to the Right Honourable the Earl of Dorset and Middlesex, Lord Chamberlain of His Majesties houshold, concerning his sitting in the late Ecclesiastical Commission
Sprat, Thomas ; Dorset, Charles Sackville ; Jones, Edward
[London]In the Savoy. printed by Edw. Jones. MDCLXXXVIII. . 20p.
A letter from the Bruderhof communities
Arnold, E. C. H
Ashton Keynes. Society of Brothers. . 6p.
(A letter from the clerk regarding the wearing of decorations at official dinners and receptions of the company)
London. 1911. 1 sheet.
A letter from the Cocoa-tree to the country gentlemen
London. for W. Nicoll. 1762.
A letter from the Committee of the association of New York to the lord mayor and corporation of the city of London, 5th May, 1775
(London). Printed under the direction of the Library committee of the corporation. 1920. (14) p., 1 l. incl. facsim.
A letter from the Committee of the London Peace Society respectfully addressed to the ministers of the Christianreligion of every denomination and in every place
London. Printed for the Society. 1845. 8p.
A Letter from the Count Sinzendorf, Chancellor of the Court to His Imperial and Catholick Majesty: sent to Monsieur de Palm the Emperor's Resident in the Court of Great-Britain, dated from Vienna the 20th of February 1727
Zinzendorf, Philipp Ludwig
[London]. [s.n.]. 1727.  p.
A letter from the Dutchess of M-r-gh, in the shades, to the great man
Marlborough, Sarah Churchill
London. printed for S. Hooper. 1759.
A letter from the Earle of Forth, to His Excellency Robert Earle of Essex, Lord Generall, &c. dated 15 Feb. 1643: And His Excellencies answer thereunto, dated 19 Febr. 1643 : Also a petition of the well-affected nobility and gentry of the realm of Ireland, who have suffered under the bloody rebels there
Forth ; Essex, Robert
London. Printed for J. CC. and T. G. 1643. 6p.
A letter from the Earl of Carlisle to Earl Fitzwilliam: in reply to his Lordship's two letters
Carlisle, Frederick Howard
Dublin. printed by J. Exshaw. 1795. 23p.
A letter from the Earl of Carlisle to Earl Fitzwilliam, in reply to his Lordship's twoletters
Carlisle, Frederick Howard
London. printed for John Stockdale. 1795.
A letter from the Earl of Manchester tothe House of Lords: giving an opinion on the conduct of Oliver Cromwell
Manchester, Edward Montagu ; Waller, William ; Gardiner, Samuel Rawson
(Westminster). The Camden society. 1883. 3 p.
A letter from the Earl of Mount Edgcumbe, to his tenantry
Edgcumbe, Ernest Augustus
Plymouth. Printed by Edward Nettleton. 1846. 15p.
A letter from the Earl of Selkirk, addressed to Major Cartwright, on parliamentary reform
Selkirk, Thomas Douglas ; Cartwright, John ; Gleave, Joseph
Manchester. printed by Joseph Gleave, Deansgate. 1816. 15p.
A letter from the Fens
Bevis, T. A
[March]. T.A.Bevis. 1968. 30p.,ill.,25cm.
A letter from the General: a play in three acts
French. 1962. 64p.,ill.,22cm.
[A letter from the government to the Eskimo people]
Finnie, O. S
[Northwest Territories?. s.n. 19--]. p.
A Letter from the H--- B----- of Westminster to the citizens of London: occasioned by the late election of an alderman for Bishopsgate Ward : containing, among other curious things, a copy of a late treaty of alliance, between the ministry in W___r, and the administration at G____ll
(London?). Printed for John le Smuggler ... and Blunderbuss. (1750?). 28p.
A letter from the Honourable L--t G--l B--gh, to the Rt. Hon. W--m P--t, Esq; se--y 0f s--te: together with His M--y's instructions for the late expeditions on the coast of France
Dublin. printed for G.Faulkner. 1758. vi-28p.
A letter from the Honourable Warren Hastings, Esq., Governor-General of Bengal, to the Honourable the Court of Directors of the East-India Company: dated from Lucnow, April 30 with a postscript, dated May 13, 1784
London. printed for J. Debrett. 1784.
A letter from the Honourable Warren Hastings, Esq. Governor-General of Bengal, to the Honourable the Court of Directors of the East-India Company. Dated from Lucnow, April 30. With a postscript, dated May 13, 1784
London. Printed for J. Debrett. (1784). 47 p.
A letter from the Kings Majesties court at Oatelands: concerning His Majesties comming to London. Also the copy of a remonstrance,and other papers of the army: debated by ... Sir Thomas Fairfax: and his Councell of Warre: concerning the further desires of the army
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
Cambridge. N. Smith. 1647. 6 p.
A letter from the king to his people
Croker, John Wilson
London. W. Sams. 1821. 53p.
A letter from the Lord Bishop of London: to the clergy and people of London and Westminster : on occasion of the late earthquakes
(s.l. s.n.). 1750. 16 p.
A letter from the Lord Bishop of London: to the clergy and people of London and Westminster; onoccasion of the late earthquakes
London. Printed for John Whiston. 1750. 22 p.
a letter from the lord bishop of london to the clergy and people of london and weftminfter on occafion of the late earthquakers
london. john whiston.
A Letter from the Lord Bishop of London, to the Clergy and People of London and Westminster: On Occasion of the Late Earthquakes
London. Printed for J. Whiston, in Fleetstreet. 1750. 12 p.
A Letter from the Lord Bishop of London, to the Clergy and People of London and Westminster; on Occasion of the Late Earthquakes
London). Printed for John Whiston (In Fleetstreet. 1750. 22, p.
A letter from the Lord Bishop of London, to the clergy of hisdiocese
[London]. [s.n.]. 1715. 1 sheet.
A letter from the Lord Bishop of [ ] to the clergy of his diocese: Reverend brother, I have received from his Grace, the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury the following letter
[London. s.n. 1742]. 8 p.
A letter from the Lord General Cromvvel, touching the great victory obtained neer Worcester: superscribed for the Right Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England. Together with an order of Parliament for observing a Thanksgiving to Almighty God for the same. Friday, September 5. 1651
Cromwell, Oliver ; Lenthall, William
London. Printed by John Field. 1651.
A letter from the Lord General Monck... to the several and respective regiments and other forces in England, Scotland and Ireland
Albemarle, George Monck
London. by John Macock. 1660.
A letter from the Lord Lambert and other officers to General Monck, inviting the officers under his command to subscribe the representation and petition presented to the Parliament the day before: with a modest and Christian answer thereunto by General Monck (deserving perpetuall honour) importing their refusall to joyne in that design,as being breach of trust, and of danger to the commonwealth
Lambert, John ; Monck, George
London. (s.n.). Printed, an. Dom. 1659. 7, (1) p.
A letter from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, to the Honorable William Lenthal Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of England: giving an account of the proceedings of the army there under His Lordships command; and several transactions between His Lordship andthe Governor of Wexford. Together with a relation of the taking in of Wexford, with the fort, haven and shipping there; and of several other garrisons of the enemy. As also the propositions tendred for the rendition of Wexford: and a copy of a censure, under the hand of Nicholas Bishop of Fernes, against Talbot who dyed a Protestant
Cromwell, Oliver ; Field, John ; Husband, Edward ; Sinnot, David
London. Printed by John Field for Edward Husband, printer to the Parliament of England. 1649. 16p.
A letter from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, to the Honorable William Lenthall Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of England, relating the several successes it hath pleased God lately to give the Parliaments forces there. Together with the several transactions about the surrender of Kilkenny, and the articles agreed thereupon
Cromwell, Oliver ; Husband, Edward ; Field, John
London. Printed by Edward Husband and John Field, printers to the Parliament of England. 1650. 22,p. : 4to.
A letter from the Lord Major, aldermen and common-councel ... to ... Sir Tho. Fairfax: With another letter ... in answer to the same. Also two orders and a letter of the general and general councel of the army
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Chapman. 1647. 12 p.
A letter from the Lord of Leicester, to the Right Honourable the Earle of Northumberland, and by him communicated to the House of Peeres. Declaring the true causes of his long stay at court, and with what earnest desires he continually pressed His Majesty to assigne his dispatch, which He notwithstanding denied to grant. Alsohow and in what manner His Majesty took away the horses bought by the Parliament for the service of Ireland, and imployed them to his owne use. Die Lunae Septemb.26. 1642
Sydney, Robert ; Northumberland, Algernon Percy
London. Printed for Iohn Wright. Septemb.27. 1642.
A letter from the Mayor of the autient borough of Guzzle-down, to Sir Francis Wronghead, their r-ve in P-t. In answer to his letter of the 19th of Feb. 1732
London. printed for J. Wilford. 1733.
A Letter from the Member of Parliament: in Answer to the Letter of the Divine, concerning the Bill for Uniting Protestants
[London?]. [s.n.]. [1689?]. 8 p.