A letter from the Most Reverend Doctor Butler, titular Archbishop of Cashel, to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Kenmare
Butler, James ; Kenmare, Thomas Brown
Dublin. Printed by P. Byrne. 1787. 15p.
A letter from the Parliamentary Committee of the Trades' Union Congress to the Right Honourable R.A. Cross, M.P., Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department
[London]. [Trades Union Congress Parliamentary Committee]. 1879.
A letter from the patriots of Great-Britain to the Emperor
London. Printed for A. Moore. 1730. 30p.
A letter from the Pope, to his distresed [sic] sons the catholicks in England. As it was intercepted, and now published by S.V
London. Published by S.V. 1674.
A letter from the Presbytery of Antrim, to the congregations under their care: occasion'd by the uncharitable breach of Synodical Communion, made by the General Synod at Dungannon, June 25th, 1726
Belfast. Printed by James Blow, and are to be sold at his shop. 1726. 23p. [1p.].
A letter from the rector of Oldswinford to his parishioners
Craufurd, C. H
Stourbridge. T.Mellard. 1858. 21p.
A Letter from the Rev. Charles Plowden to C. Butler, W. Cruise, H. Clifford, and W. Throckmorton, Esqrs. And Reporters of the Cisalpine Club: In which their reports, on the authenticity of the instrument of Catholic Protestation lodged in the British Museum, are examined
London. Printed by J.P. Coghlan, No. 37, Duke-Street, Grosvenor-Square; and Sold by Messrs. Booker, Bond-Street; Keating, Warwick-Street; Lewis, Russel-Street; Debrett, Piccadilly; and Robinsons, Pater-Noster Row. 1796. xvi, 44 p.
A letter from the Reverend Mr. Charles Leslie, concerning the new separation
London. printed: and sold by J. Morphew. 1719. ,39,p.
A letter from the Rev. Peter Flood, D.D. ... to the Hon. *** ****, M.P., London: relative to a pamphlet, entitled "A fair representation of the present political state of Ireland," by Patrick Duigenan, L.L.D. &c
Dublin. Printed by H. Fitzpatrick. 1800. 17 p.
A letter from the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, M.P. in the Kingdom of Great Britain, to Sir Hercules Langrishe, Bart. M.P. on the subject of Roman Catholics of Ireland, and the propriety of admitting them to the elective franchise, consistently with the principles of the constitution as established at the revolution
Burke, Edmund ; Langrishe, Hercules ; Byrne, Patrick
Dublin. Printed by P. Byrne, No. 108, Grafton-Street. M,DCC,XCII . , 86 p. : 8vo.
A letter from the Right Hon. Edmund Burke ... to Sir Hercules Langrishe ... on the subject of Roman Catholics of Ireland: and the propriety of admitting them to the elective franchise, consistently with the principles of the constitution as established at the Revolution
Dublin. Printed by P. Byrne. 1792. ,86p.
A letter from the right. hon. Edmund Burke ... to Sir Hercules Langrishe ... on the subjectof Roman Catholics of Ireland and the propriety of admitting them to the elective franchise
London. for J. Debrett. 1792.
A letter from the Right Honorable, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, concerning the surrender of the tovvn of Ross, and the artillery, arms and ammunition there. Together with the several transactions between the Lord Lieutenant and the Governor in order thereunto: and the articles for the surrender thereof
Cromwell, Oliver ; Field, John ; Husband, Edward ; Taaffe, Lucas
London. Printed by John Field for Edward Husband, printer to the Parliament of England. 1649. 11,p. : 4to.
A letter from the Right Honorable, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, to the Honorable William Lenthall Esq; Speaker of the Parliament of England, concerning the taking in and surrendring of Enistery. Carrick town and castle. Passage-fort. Bandon-bridge. Kingsale, and the fort there
Cromwell, Oliver ; Field, John ; Husband, Edward
London. Printed by John Field for Edward Husband, printer to the Parliament of England. 1649. 8p.
A letter from the Right Honourable Charles James Fox: to the worthy and independent electors of the city and liberty of Westminster
Fox, Charles James
Dublin. Printed for P. Wogan. 1793. ,43p.
A letter from the Right Honourable Charles James Fox: to the worthy and independent electorsof the city and liberty of Westminster
Fox, Charles James
London. J. Debrett. 1793. 43 p.
A letter from the right honourable Charles James Fox to the worthy and independent electors of the city and liberty of Westminster
Fox, Charles James
London. printed for J. Debrett. 1793. 43p.
A letter from the Right Honourable Ed. Lord Montagu, one of the Commissioners attending His Majesty: with a perfect narration of all the passages betwixt His Majesty and those Forces that brought him from Holdenby, being resident now at New-market : both read in the House of Peeres on the tenth of June, 1647
London. printed for John Wright. 1647. 6p.
A letter from the Right Honourable Edmund Burke to a noble lord: on the attacks made upon him and his pension, in the House of Lords, by the Duke of Bedford and the Earl of Lauderdale, early in the present session of Parliament
Burke, Edmund ; Fitzwilliam, Charles William Wentworth Fitzwilliam
London. printed for J. Owen and F. and C. Rivington. 1796. ,80p.
A letter from the Right Honourable Edmund Burke to a noble lord on the attacks made upon him and his pension in the House of Lords by the Duke of Bedford and the Earl of Lauderdale
London. for J. Owen and F. and C. Rivington. 1796. ,80p.
A letter from the Right Honourable Edmund Burke to a noble lord, on the attacks made upon him and his pension, in the House of Lords, by the Duke of Bedford and the Earl of Lauderdale, early in the present sessions of Parliament
Burke, Edmund ; Fitzwilliam, William Wentworth Fitzwilliam ; Byrne, Patrick
Dublin. Printed for P. Byrne, No. 108, Grafton-Street. 1796. [ii], 53,  p. : 8vo.
A letter from the Right Honourable Ferdinando Lord Fairfax, Sir Hugh Cholmley, Sir Philip Stapleton, Sir Henry Cholmley, committees of the Commons House of Parliament residing at York: being a relation of all the passages at the great meeting at York, on Thursday the 12 of this instant May ... : also the free-holders protestation
Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax
London. Printed for Richard Lownes. 1642. (14)p.
A letter from the Right Honourable Ferdinando lord Fairfax, Sir Hugh Cholmley, Sir Philip Stapleton, Sir Henry Cholmley, committees of the Commons house of Parliament residing at Yorke: Together, with a relation of all the passages at the great meeting at Yorke, on Thursday the 12. of this instant May, with the Freeholders protestation inclosed
Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax ; Stapleton, Philip ; Cholmley, Hugh ; Cholmley, Henry
London. Printed by A. Norton for J. Franke. 1642. (14) p.
A letter from the Right Honourable Ferdinando Lord Fairfax, to His Excellency Robert Earle of Essex: relating his late prosperous successe against the popish army in the North
Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax ; Essex, Robert Devereux
A letter from the Right Honourable Sir John Sinclair to the Chancellor of the Exchequer in Ireland: on the proceedings which have lately taken place for dissolving the Union between the two kingdoms
Edinburgh. printed by John Brown. 1810. ,23p.
A letter from the Right Honourable the Lord Inchiqvin and other the Commanders in Munster, to His Majestie expressing the causes and reasons of their not holding the cessation any longer with the Rebels ... With severall other letters from the said Lo. Inchiquin and other the Commanders in Munster in Ireland to severall other their friends here in England
Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien ; Charles
London. Printed by George Miller. 1644.
A letter from the Rt Honourable Edmund Burke to His Grace the Duke of Portland, on the conduct of the minority in Parliament: containing fifty-four articles of impeachment against the Rt Hon. C.J. Fox. From the original copy, in the possession of the noble Duke
London. printed for the editor, and sold by J. Owen. 1797.
A letter from the Secretary of State to the Mayor of Cork, on the subject of the bill presented by Mr. Orde on the 15th August 1785, for effectuating the intercourse and commerce between Great Britain and Ireland, on permanent and equitable principles forthe mutual benefit of both kingdoms
Hely-Hutchinson, John ; Byrne, Patrick
Dublin. Printed by P. Byrne, no. 108, Grafton-street, (near the College.). M,DCC,LXXXV. . iv, 52 p. : 8vo.
A letter from the Speaker of the House of Commons, to the gentry, freeholders and inhabitants of the county of Yorkshire in answer to their protestation
London. Printed by L.N. and J.F. for E. Husbands and J. Franck. 1642. 7p.
A letter from the Summer Ilands
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1971. (16) p.
A letter from the Throwsters to the weavers: (Supporting the bill to prevent the importation of foreign thrown silks)
(London. 1727). 2 p.
A letter from Thrasybulus to Leucippe
Holbach, Paul Henri Thiry ; Naigeon, Jacques Andre ; La Grange ; Freret, Nicolas ; Carlile, Richard
London. Printed for the Joint Stock Book Company, and published by R. Carlile. 1826. viii, -140 p.
A letter from Truth to a member of the Rose-Club
London. Roberts. 1727. 28 p.
A letter from Xo Ho, a chinese philosopher at London, to his friend Lien Chi at Peking
London. [s.n.]. 1757. 8p.
A letter from your M.P
Maghull. National Association of Ormskirk. 1944.
A letter fro the Grecian Coffee-house, in answer to the Taunton-Dean Letter: to which is added, A paper sent from Worcester
London. [s.n.]. 1701.
A letter home from a Jamaican in Cuba
Johnston, Curtis Payman
Kingston, Jamaica. Socialist Party of Jamaica. . 10p.
A letter humbly addrest to the Most Excellent Father of his Country, the wise and victorious Prince, King William III
London. J. Darby. 1698. 24p.
A letter in answer to a book [by John Toland] entitled Christianity not mysterious: As also to all those who set up for reason and evidence in opposition to revelation & mysteries
Dublin. printed by Joseph Ray ... for John North . 1697. [ii],231,p.
A letter ... in answer to ... the Duke of Ormond's letter of November the 12th 1681 about his lordship's Observations ... upon the Earl of Castle-Haven's Memoires concerning the rebellion of Ireland
Anglesey, Arthur Annesley ; Castlehaven, James Touchet ; Ormonde, James Butler
London. printed for N.P. 1682. 7 p.
A letter in praise of Verona : in the original latin text
Verona. Editiones Officinae Bodoni. 1974.
A Letter of addresse from the officers of the Army in Scotland, directed to the Honourable, the Speaker of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England sitting at Westminster. Wednesday the 18th of May 1659
Albemarle, George Monck ; Lenthall, William
London. Printed by John Field. 1659.
A letter of advice from an old party-writer to a novice in the trade: containing some friendly criticisms on the History of Roger, and a Dedication on a dedication, with several curious instructions in the art of political lying
[Dublin]. [s.n.]. 1753. 16p.
A Letter of advice from an old party-writer to a novice in the trade; containing some friendly criticisms on The history of Roger, and A dedication on a dedication, with several curious instructions in the art of political lying
[Dublin]. Printed in the year M,DCC,LIII . 16p.
A letter of advice to His Excellencie the Lord General Monck
Albemarle, George Monck
London. 1660. 5 p.
A letter of advice to his grand-children, Matthew, Gabriel, Anne, Mary, and Frances Hale
London. Printed for Taylor and Hessey. 1823. xxiv, 182p.
A letter of advice to his grand-children, Matthew, Gabriel, Anne, Mary, and Francis Hale
London. Houlston and Son. 1834.
A letter of advice to the freeholders of England: concerning the election of members to serve in the ensuing Parliament
(London. 1710). 2 p.
A letter of advice to the I--sh members
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1753. 8p.
A letter of advice, to the Rev. J. Edwards, with remarks on his late productions
Birmingham. [s.n.].  .
A letter of advice to those Dissenters who conduct the application to Parliament for relief from certain penal laws
London. Johnson. 1773. 123 p.
A letter of advice written by Sir Francis Bacon to the Duke ofBuckingham, when he became favourite to King James
London. for R.H. and H.B. 1661.
A letter of a gentleman to his friend: shewing that the bishops are not to be judges in Parliament in cases capital
Holles, Denzil Holles
(n. p.). 1679. 119 p.
A Letter of comfort to R. Cromwell Esq; alias Lord Richard, alias Richard Protector: sent him since the alteration of his titles and our government : from, a servant of his late Highness
London. 1659. 6p. : 4to.
A Letter of comfort to Richard Cromwell esq: alias Lord Richard, alias Richard Protector; sent him since the alteration of his titles and our government: from, a servant of his late Highness, and the late Highness of his late deceased father, and a kinsman of the late deceased Highness of his still surviving mother
London. 1659. 1 p.l., 6 p.
A Letter of comfort to Richard Cromwell Esq; alias Lord Richard, alias Richard Protector. Sent him since the alteration of his titles and our government
London. [s.n.]. 1659.
A letter of compliment to the ingenious author of a Treatise on the passions, so far as they regard the stage: with a critical enquiry into the theatrical merit of Mr. G---k, Mr. Q---n, and Mr. M--n. And a few hints on our modern actresses, particulary Mrs. C--r and Mrs. P--d
London. Printed for C. Corbertt (sic). (1747?). 47 p.
A letter of congratulation to his excellency General Washington, and the United States of America, on the arrival of Joseph Priestley... containing a full examination of the preface to his sermon
London. Printed for G.G. and J. Robinson, and F. and C. Rivington. .
A letter of consolation
Nouwen, Henri J. M
San Francisco . Harper & Row. c1982. 96p.
A letter of consolation and counsel to the good people of England, especially of London and Westminster, occasion'd by the late earthquakes
London. Printed for M. Cooper. 1750. 39 p.
A letter of consolation to a noble lady, upon the differences between her and her lord
London. printed and sold by M. Cooper and J. Noble. [1753?].
A letter of December 25th 1787 from the Italienische Reise of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von
Leicester. Pandora Press. 1966.
A letter of Dugdale, 1653: note and document
Birmingham. 1955. 1 v.
A letter of expostulation to the Rev. G.T. Mostyn, minister of the Episcopal Chapel, Greenock: occasioned by his recent animadversions upon Unitarians & Unitarianism : in a course of Sunday evening lectures to his own congregation
Glasgow. James Hedderwick & Son. 1840. 15p.
A letter of General George Monck's, dated at Leicester 23 Jan. and directed unto Mr. Rolle to be communicated unto the rest of the gentry of Devon: Occasioned by a late letter from the gentry of Devon dated at Exceter, 14 Jan, and sent by Mr. Bampfield to the speaker to be communicated unto the Parliament
Albemarle, George Monck
London. J. Redmayn. 1660. 7p.
A letter of great consequence sent by the Honorable, Robert Lord Monro, out of the Kingdom of Ireland to the Honorable, the Committee for Irish Affairs in England, concerning the state of therebellion there, together with the relation of a great victory he obtained, and of his taking the Earl of Antrim about whom was found divers papers, which discovered a dangerous plot against the Protestants in all His Majesties dominions, their plot being set down by consent of the Queens Majestie, for the ruine of religion, and overthrow of his Majesties three Kingdoms
St Peter Port. Toucan Press. 1979. 7p.
A letter of high consequence, principally concerning the indamaging of this our kingdome of England, subversionof religion ... directed to Colonell Lunsford: As also certaine articles whereby the said Lunsford is convinced of high treason
(London). 1642. (5) p.
A letter of love to the young convinced of that blessed everlasting way of truth and righteousness
(n.p. n.p. 1669). 7 p.
A letter of love to the young convinced of that blessed everlasting way of truth and righteousness, now testified unto by the people of the Lord, calld Quakers ... in the nations of England, Ireland, and Scotland ... but more particularly those of that great city of London: [Dated: the 19th of the 12 moneth, 1669]
[London]. [1670?]. p.p. 7 : 4to.
A letter of Mary
King, Laurie R
London. HarperCollins. 1999. viii, 276p.
A letter of Mary
King, Laurie R
New York. Bantam Books. 1996. 315p.
A letter of Mr. Isaac Newton... containing his theory about light and colours
New York. ReadexMicroprint. 1967. 1 microop.aque.
A letter of November 12. from General Monck ... to the Lord Mayor, aldermen, and Common Council of ... London: inciting them ... togive their assistance, for redemption of the almost lost liberties of England
(London?). Printed in the year. 1659. 4 p.
A Letter of private direction
New York. Crossroad. 1981. 127 p.
A letter of remonstrance addressed to the Rev. John Croker Barrow
Kensington. Published by Fase and Son. 1859. 16 p.
A letter of remonstrance addressed to the Rev. Joseph Taylor, B.A. incumbent of St. John's, The Evangelist, Dukinfield, on his recent representations of the spiritual destitution of the township
Manchester. T. Forrest. [18--?]. 23p.
A letter of remonstrance, to Denys Scully, esq. upon his advice to his catholic brethren
Dublin. printed by Graisberry and Campbell, for William Jones. 1803. 46p.
A Letter of Resolution to a Friend, concerning the Marriage of Cousin Germans
London. Printed by H.H. for Walter Kettilby, at the Bishops Head in St. Pauls Church-Yard. 1682. [xiii], 29,  p.
A letter of thanks from a young clergyman to the reverend Dr. Hare, bishop of Worcester for his visitation-sermon at Putney
London. W.Wilkins. 1719. 38p.
A letter of thanks to the Right Honourable the Earl of Nottingham: for his late excellent defence of the Christian faith : with some observations on the late attempts to corrupt the Christian worship
London. Printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane. 1721. ,3-17,p.
A letter of the earle of Corke, to the state at Dublin: wherein is shewed the barbarous cruelty the rebels have lately used
Cork, Richard Boyle
London. Blackmore. 1642. 6 p.
A letter of the Earle of Corke, to the state at Dublin; and sent over from thence by the Governour, to his lady in London. Wherein is shewed the barbarous cruelty the rebels have lately used to twenty of the Lord Barrimoores men at Coole, killing and spoiling all the rest of the English there. And how my lord Barrimoore burned and spoiled their countrey, and killed all the rebels hee could light upon. Also the taking of Rochford's castle, killing the captaine and foure hundred of the rebels Another defeatwherein two hundred and forty of the rebels were killed, with little loss to the English: likewise the taking of Barnehely Castle, wherein were found a thousand barrels of wheat, with other provision and victuals
Cork, Richard Boyle ; Blackmore, Edward
London. Printed for Edward Blackmore. May the ninth 1642. ,6p.
A letter of the ministers of the City of London, presented the first of Ian. 1645. [o.s.] to the reverend Assembly of Divines sitting at Westminster by authority of Parliament, against toleration
London. S. Gellibrand. 1645. [i], 6p.
A letter of the ministers of the City of London, presented the first of Jan. 1645. to the Reverend Assembly of Divines sitting at Westminsterby authority of Parliament, against toleration
London. printed for Samuel Gellibrand. 1645.
A letter of the officers of the army in Scotland, under the Commander in Chief there, to the officers of the army in England
(Edinburgh . Printed by C. Higgins. 1659). 8 p.
A letter of ... Thomas, Lord Fairfax: to ... the Lord Major ... of London, for the better preserving a right understanding between the city and army. With an order ... to Col: Dean, to march into the city ... and seize the publike treasuries of Goldsmiths, Weavers, and Haberdashers-Hall
London. Partridge. 1648. 8 p.
A Letter of Wise Counsel: studies in the First Epistle of Peter
London. Lutterworth Press. 1957. 96 p.
A letter on agricultural education: Addressed to a youth who had resolved on farming as his future occupation
London. Ridgeway. 1851. 16 p.
A letter on certain statements contained in some late articles in 'The Old Church Porch' entitled 'Irvingism': addressed to a minister
Cardale, John Bate
London. Charles Goodall & Son. .
A letter on church reform addressed to the Lord Bishop of London
London. Sold by Rivingtons. 1830. 23p.
A letter on confirmation
Wellington. F. Houlston and Son. 1821.
A letter on eminent Londoners and civic records, addressed to the members of the Court of CommonCouncil
Orridge, Benjamin Brogden
London. Collingridge. (1866). 8 p.
A letter on free communion
Cox, Francis Augustus
London. Button. (1818). 22 p.
A letter on friendly societies and saving banks
London. Printed for Ridgway and Sons. 1816. 35p.
A letter on hospital mortality: addressed to the Governors of the Birmingham General Hospital
Birmingham. Cornish Brothers. 1877. 22 p.
A letter on infants' schools
London. Printed for George Wilson. 1825.
A Letter on Legislation for Restoration of Evicted Tenants in Ireland: with some remarks on the policy of English Government in Ireland up to the Present Century
De Vere, Stephen,Sir
London. Charles Skipper & East. 1895. 55p. : Pbk.
A letter on our agricultural distresses, their causes and remedies: accompanied with tables and copper-plate charts shewing and comparing the prices of wheat, bread and labour from 1565 to 1821 addressed to the Lords and Commons
London. Printed for William Sams. 1822. viii, 84p.
A letter on parliamentary reform: containing a sketch of a plan
Tooke, John Horne
London. Printed for James Ridgway. (1783?). 31p.
A letter on priestly formation
[S.l. s.n. 1979?]. 31p.
A letter on Shakspeare's authorship of The two noble kinsmen; a drama commonly ascribed to John Fletcher
Edinburgh. A. and C. Black; (etc., etc.). 1833. 1 p. l., 111 p.
A letter on Shakspere's authorship of The two noble kinsmen: and on the characteristics of Shakspere's style and the secret of his supremacy
Spalding, William ; Burton, John Hill ; Furnivall, Frederick J
London. Trubner. 1876. xxii, 118 p.
A letter on Shakspere's authorship of The two noble kinsmen and on the characteristics of Shakespere's style and the secret of his supremacy
Spalding, William ; Burton, John Hill
London. Published for The New Shakspere Society by Trubner. 1876.
A letter on Shakspere's authorship of The Two Noble Kinsmen, and on the characteristics of Shakspere's style and the secret of his supremacy
Spalding, William ; Burton, John Hill
London. Trubner for the New Shakspere Society. 1876. xxii,173p.
A letter on the abolition of the slave trade: addressed to the freeholders and other inhabitants of Yorkshire
London. T. Cadell and W. Davies. 1807.
A letter on the affairs of the Assam company addressed to the shareholders by H. Burkinyoung
(London. The Company. 1863). 14 p.
A letter on the antichristian character of freemasonry to the Rev. Wm. Carwithen, deputy-provincial Grand Master forthe County of Devon together with and appendix addressed to the public
Trevilian, M. C
Bath. Binns and Goodwin. 1849.
A letter on the apprehension of the Earl of Fingall: with an account of the dispersion of the Catholic Committee, and of the proceedings at an aggregate meeting of the Catholics of Ireland, held on the 26th December, 1811
Fingall, Arthur James Plunkett
London. Ridgway, (etc). 1812. 59 p.
A letter on the aspect of the times, addressed to the freeholders of Norfolk
Norwich. Stevenson, Matchett, and Stevenson. 1820.
A letter on the "Association for the Promotion of the Unity of Christendom": addressed to the clergy of the Diocese of Birmingham
London. Thomas Richardson and Son. 1864. 49 p.
A letter on the Bank of England and the question of its allowing interest on deposits
Blackwood, James Taylor
Belfast. [s.n.]. 1888. 15p.
A letter on the Bank of England charter: and Lord Overstone's theory ofcurrency
London. Printed by J. Bowie. (1861). 16 p.
A letter on the collection of rags for the manufacture of paper
London. Ridgway. 1860.
A letter (on the condition of Ireland) to the Rev. JohnSargeaunt
Fitzwilliam, Charles William Wentworth Fitzwilliam ; Sargeaunt, John
London. Ridgway. 1848. 44 p.
A letter on the construction and use of the improved foot plough
London. Printed for C. Dilly. 1784.
A letter on the corn laws, to the Manchester Chamber of Commerce
Whitmore, W. W
London. Ridgway. 1839. 22p.