A letter on the dangers to England of Austria's subjugation: addressed to the committees of the Foreign Affairs Association
London. Printed by C. Whiting. 1859. 8p.
A letter on the dangers to England of Austria's subjugation. Addressed to the committees of the Foreign Affairs Association
London. printed by C. Whiting. 1859.
A letter on the disadvantages and extravagance of the separate system of prison discipline for county goals and houses of correction: addressed to the Corporation of the City of London
London. J. Murray. 1848. 40 p.
A letter on the distresses of the country: addressed to His Royal Highness, the Duke of Kent in consequence of his motion respecting "The revulsion of trade, and our sudden transition from a system of extensive war to a state of peace," in which the supposed influence of our debt and taxes upon our manufactures and foreign trade is investigated
Yates, John Ashton
London. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Browne. 1817. ,211,17p.
A letter on the drainage of the east, west, and Wildmore fens
London. Cawthorn. 1800. 20 p.
A letter on the education of the blind
Leicester. Edward Shardlow. 1892.
A letter on the genius and dispositions of the French government: including a view of the taxation of the French empire
London. reprinted for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme. 1810. iv, 252 p.
A letter on the Jew
Cape Town. 1906.
A letter on the nature and tendency of the Whig Club, and of Irish party
Dublin. P. Byrne. 1791. ,35p.
A letter on the present bill of 1856 regarding limited liability in partnerships
A letter on the present distress of the country addressed to his constituents
O'Neill, Augustus J. H
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1830.
A letter on the present neglect of the Lord's day addressed to the inhabitants of London and Westminster
Blomfield, Charles James
London. Fellowes. 1830. 38 p.
A letter on the present state and future prospects of agriculture: addressed to the agriculturalists of the county of Salop
Whitmore, W. W
London. Printed for J. Hatchard and Son. 1823.
A letter on the principles of the missionary enterprise: Printed for the American Unitarian Association
Boston. Bowles and Dearborn. 1827. 40 p.
A letter on the principles of the missionary enterprise
Boston. Gray and Bowen. 1831. 39p.
(A letter, on the proposed central terminus of the London and Manchester railway in the City, from CharlesPearson to W.H. Ashurst, with the latter's recommendation to the members of the corporation of the City of London
London. Printed by R. and J.E. Taylor. 1845). (18) p.
A letter on the proposed protestant memorial to Cranmer, Ridley, & Latymer: addressed to the subscibers to and promoters of that undertaking
Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore
London. Booke & Dolman. 1839. 30 p.
A letter on the Rambler and the Home and Foreign Review: addressed to the clergy of the Diocese of Birmingham
London. Thomas Richardson and Son. 1862. 42 p.
A letter on the religious movement in the north of Ireland
Day, Maurice F
Dublin. Herbert. 1859. 11 p.
A letter on the state of parties, and on the subject of reform, addressed to the people
Friend to Ireland
Belfast. Printed at the Northern Star Office. 1796. 16p. : 8vo.
A letter on the Stephenson monument, and the education of the district: addressed to the Right Hon. Lord Ravensworth
Newcastle. Robert Fisher. 1859. 8p.
A letter on the subject of the duties on coffee
Liverpool. printed for the West India Association by J. Lang. 1807. 19p.
A letter on the subject of the projected rail road between Liverpool and Manchester: pointing out the necessity for its adoption and the manifest advantages it offers to the public : with an exposure of the exorbitant & unjust charges of the water carriers
Sandars, Joseph ; Sowler, T
Liverpool. printed by W. Wales and Co., Castle-street. . 32p.
A letter, on the subject of wool, interspersed with remarks on cotton, addressed to the public at large; but more particularly to the committee of merchants and manufacturers at Leeds
Nottingham. printed for the author, by H. Cox, and sold by T. Evans. 1782. 19,p.
A Letter on the West India question, addressed to the British people
Porter, W. Neale
London. Smith, Elder and Co. 1848. 16p.
A letter or declaration of the Commissioners of the Parliament of Scotland: concerning the papersent to the Marquesse of Ormond in His Majesties name. Presented to the Right Honourable the House of Peeres, upon Munday the 8th. of Iune 1646
London. Printed for I. Wright. Iune 9. 1646. 12 p.
A letter (originally addressed to the parishioners of Hackney) upon the subject of the sewers' rates, an the drainage bill
(London). printed by Charles Green. 1841. 20 p.
A Letter out of Suffolk to A Friend in London: Giving some account of the last Sickness and Death of Dr. William Sancroft, late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury
London. [s.n.]. Printed in the Year, 1694. [i], 5-39, [i.e.34] p.
A letter presented unto Alderman Fouke, Lord Mayor of London, from the two witnesses and prisoners of Jesus Christ, in Newgate, as an eternal witness unto him
Reeve, John ; Muggleton, Lodowick
A letter read before the meeting of the Association for the Promotion of the Union of Christians at home on the basis of the National Church
London. Willliam Macintosh. [1869?]. 34p.
A letter respectfully addressed to the most reverend and right reverend the archbishops and bishops of the Church of England, on Mr. Joseph Lancaster's plan for the education of the lower order in the community
London. printed for John Stockdale. 1806. 58,p.
A letter respectfully addressed to the Rev. J.H. Newman, upon some passages in his letter to the Rev. Dr. Jelf
Wiseman, Nicholas Patrick
London. Charles Dolman. 1841. 32 p.
A letter respectfully addressed to the Right Hon. Sir Robert Peel, Bart: first lord of the treasury on the restoration of Suffragan Bishops
London. John W. Parker. 1844. 19p.
A letter sent by a Yorkshire gentleman, to a friend in London: being a full and true relation of the proceedingsbetween his Majesty and the County of York, at Heworth Moore, upon Friday, June 3. Also the most materiall passages of this weeke, from London, Westminster, & c
[London]. [s.n.]. .
A letter sent by I.B. gentleman vnto his very frende Mayster R.C. Esquire: vvherin is conteined a large discourse ofthe peopling & inhabiting the cuntrie called the Ardes ... in the north of Ireland, and taken in hand by Sir Thomas Smith ... and Thomas Smith ... his sonne
B., J ; Smith, Thomas ; Smith, Thomas
Imprinted at London. by Henry Binneman for Anthony Kitson. (1572). (31) leaves, 1 folding map.
A letter sent by Sir Iohn Svckling from France, deploring his sad estate and flight: with a discoverie of the plot and conspiracie, intended by him and his adherents against England
I.S.K ; Mennes, John ; Norris, William
Imprinted at London. [s.n.]. 1641. 6p.
A letter sent by the Right honourable the ... Viscount Townshend, principal Secretary of State, to the ... Lord Mayor, concerning a rebellion
Townshend, Charles Townshend
London. (1722?). 1 sheet.
A letter sent from aboard ... the Prince of Wales to the royalists in Kent
London. printed for R.W. 1648. 6 p.
A letter sent from a gentleman in Oxford, to his friend in London: concerning the justice of the King's cause
(Oxford. printed by Lichfield). 1646. 6 p.
A letter sent from a gentleman to Mr. Henry Martin esquire, a member of the House of Commons, from Worcester, this19. of Octob. 1642, who was imployed by his Excellence to deliver a letter to the Earle of Dorset, with the votes of both Houses of Parliament concerning a petition to be delivered to his Majestie shewing the desperate resolution of the Cavalliers who sweare they will neither give nor take quarter
Copley, Lionel ; Martin, Henry
London. printed by L. Notton for E. Husbands and John Frank. 1642.
A Letter sent from a Private Gentleman to a Friend in London: In justification of his owne adhereing to His Majestie in these times of Distraction : With Arguments induceing him thereuneto, both from the Law of God and Man
F ; F
[Oxford, by L. Lichfield]. Printed for William Webb. Ann. Dom. 1642. 8 p.
A letter sent from a private gentleman to a friend in London, in justification of his owne adhereing to his Majestie in these times of distraction: with arguments induceing him thereunto, both from the Law of God and Man
[Oxford]. Printed for William Webb. 1642.
A letter sent from a worthy divine, to ... the Lord Mayor ... of London: being a ... relation of the battaile ... betweene His Majesty, and ... the Earle of Essex
London. Wood. 1642. 6 p.
A letter sent from Col. John Disbrowe, dated December 29. 1659. Superscribed, to the Right Honorable, theSpeaker of the Parliament of this Common-wealth, these present, at Westminster. Read in Parliament, December 30. 1659
Desborough, John ; Lenthall, William
London. Printed by John Streater, and John Macock. 1659.
A letter sent from His Excellency ... and the chief commanders in the army: To the ... LordMajor, aldermen, and common-councell of ... London
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. printed by Cotes. 1647. 6p.
A letter sent from His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax: and the chief commanders in the army. To the Right Honourable the Lord Major, Aldermen, and Common-Councell of the city of London
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Whittington. 1647. 7 p.
A letter sent from Mr. Sergeant Wilde, and Humphrey Salwey, Esq; both members of the House of Commons, to theHonorable William Lenthall Esquior [sic], Speaker of the House of Commons; concerning divers passages at the Quarter Sessions in Worcester, about the execution of the Commission of Array, and the Ordinance of the militia: at which sessionswas the greatest assembly that hath been seen for many yeers past. Together with the humble petition of the Grand-Jury-men of that sessions to the knights, and justices of that county; wherein it appears they are well satisfied of the illegality of the Commission of Array
Wilde, John ; Salwey, Humphrey ; Lenthall, William
London. printed by Luke Norton and John Field. 1642.
A letter sent from the Lord Falkland... unto the right honourable, Henry Earle of Cumberland: concerning the late conflict before Worcester, with the state of his majesties armie now at Shrewsbury
Falkland, Lucius Cary
London. 1642. 6p.
A letter sent from the lords of the councell in Ireland: to the ... Parliament ... in England ... delivered to the Lords
Cork, Richard Boyle
London. printed by Tho. Paine. 1641 (i.e. 1642). 7 p.
A letter sent from the Right Honourable, the Lord Fairfax, to the committee of both kingdoms: concerning the great victory ... at Selby in Yorkshire ... : together with a list of the commanders that were taken prisoners
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Printed for Edw. Husbands. 1644.
A letter sent out of Holland from Hans Hue-&-Cry, van Hang-&-Draw, the executioner: to his trusty and ill-beloved friend, Gregory the Second ... knight of noose
London. T. Johnson. 1642. 8 p.
A letter sent to an honourable gentleman: in way of satisfaction, concerning some slanderous reports lately raised against the Bishops, and the rest of the clergie of this kingdome
(London). Printed in the yeare. 1641. 5 p.
A letter sent to General Monk, to St. Albons (sic) the 29th of January: Wherein the antient government of England founded upon Magna Charta, and the Petition of Right, is vindicated
Nichols, Henry ; Albemarle, George Monck
London. The Author. 1659 (1660). 8 p.
A letter sent to George Wither, Poetica Licentia Esquire, by a plain dealing friend of his to prevent his future pseudography. Printed by Benevol. Typographus, sometimes printer to the said Master Wither. Published for the better information of such who by his perpetuall scribbling have been screwed into an opinion of his worth ... And are to be sold by the Cryers of new, new, new, and true newes in all the streets of London. 1646
Taylor, John ; Alethegraphus ; Pulham, Brook
(London). [s.n.]. (1834). p.
A letter sent to the honorable William Lenthal, Esq. Speaker of the honorable House of Commons. Withseverall letters from the Lord Norwich, Lord Capel, Sir Charles Lucas; and their agreement for the delivery of the town of Colchester. The petition of the Major and Aldermen of the town; and the Generals answer. With the results of the Counsell of War
Rushworth, John ; Lenthall, William ; Norwich, George Goring ; Capel, Arthur ; Lucas, Charles
London. Printed for John Partridge. 1648.
A letter sent to the Honorable William Lenthal ... of the fight between ... Lord Fairfax forces at Maidstone and the Kentish forces, June 1, 1648
London. E. Husband. 1648. 7 p.
A letter sent to ... William Lenthall ... Speaker in the Commons ... from the Major of Bristoll and others: intimating the ... benevolence of ... Bristoll, for the relief of the Protestants in Ireland
Aldworth, Richard ; Lenthall, William
London. E. Husbands. 1643. 8 p.
A Letter, showing the adherence of the Roman Catholic Church, in 1831, to the doctrine, "That oaths contrary to the interests of the Church are not to be accounted oaths, but perjuries": Addressed to the Right Rev. Doctor M'Hale, Roman Catholic Bishop
McGhee, Robert J ; M'Hale, John
Belfast (Guardian Office, 108 High Street). Printed by Stuart & Gregg. 1832. 12p.
A letter The Right Hon. Henry Labouchere, on the pressure of the corn laws and sliding scale, more especially upon the manufacturing interests and productive classes
Greg, Robert Hyde
London. James Ridgway. 1842. 32p.
A letter to a bishop concerning the present settlement: and the new oaths
London. Printed for Robert Clavel. 1689. 36 p.
A letter to a certain foreign minister; in which the grounds of the present war are truly stated: the conduct of the last administration in regard to foreign affairs fully vindicated; and the terms of a safe and honourable peace clearly pointed out
Britannus ; Faulkner, George ; Faulkner, George ; Granville, John Carteret
Dublin. Printed by George Faulkner. MDCCXLV. . 63,p.
A letter to a certain lord, shewing the unreasonableness of establishing a bank in the Kingdom of Ireland
[Dublin]. . 1p.
A letter to a clergyman, relating to his sermon on the 30th of January: being a compleat answer to all thesermons that ever have been, or ever shall be, preached, in the like strain, on that Anniversary
Coade, George ; Magee, James
Belfast). Printed by James Magee (in Bridge Street, near the Fourcorners. 1747. xi, (2p.), 79p.
A letter to a conscientious man: concerning the use and the abuse of riches, and the right and the wrong ways of acquiring them ...and particularly demonstrating the fallaciousness of the South-Sea scheme
London. W. Boreham. 1720. 24 p.
A letter to a country gentleman
Norwich. Beatniffe. 1780. 28 p.
A letter to a country gentleman on the education of the lower orders: and on the best means of attaining all that is practicable or desirable of that important object
London. printed for J. Hatchard... [et al]. 1808.
A letter to a country gentleman on the revival of the salt duty
London. printed for J. Roberts. 1732. 30p.
(A letter to a curate
London. Rivington. 1735). 69 p.
A letter to a curate of the Church of England, respecting his late pamphlet on Methodism
Dublin. printed by John Martin. . 20p.
A letter to Adam Smith, esq. one of the Commissioners of His Majesty's customs and salt duties in Scotland, and author of an inquiry into the causes of the wealth of nations: wherein the accounts respecting the bounties on the white-herring buss-fishery are examined and proved to be mis-stated in the inquiry
Dublin. printed by P. Byrne. 1786. 17p.
A letter to a dissenter: upon occasion of his Majesties late gracious declaration of indulgence
Halifax, George Savile
London. printed for G.H. 1687.
A letter to a Dissenter from his friend at the Hague: concerning the Penal Laws and the Test; : shevving that the popular plea for liberty of conscience is not concerned in that question
Friend at the Hague ; Defoe, Daniel
Tot de Hague [i.e. London]. gedruckt door Hans Verdraeght. 1688. 4 p. : 4to.
A letter to a dissenting minister containing remarks on the late act for the relief of His Majesty's subjects professing the popish religion: with some strictures on The appeal from the Protestant Association to the people of Great Britain
London. W. Nicoll. 1780. 28 p.
A letter to a freind [sic]. Shewing the illegall proceedings of the two Houses of Parliament: and observing God's aversnesse totheir actions. Which caused the authors returne to the King and his alleagiance
Oxford. [s.n.]. 1645.
A letter to a friend: containing a ... view of the ... systems of short-hand, respectively invented by Mr. Byrom and Dr. Mavor
Nightingale, Joseph ; Byrom, John ; Mavor, William Fordyce
London. Gale and Curtis. 1811. 31 p.
A letter to a friend: in which is shewn the inviolable nature of publick securities
Sykes, Arthur Ashley
(London. S.J. Loyd. 1857).
A letter to a friend: being an historical account of the affairs of Hungary, more particularly relating to Buda and how treacherously it was surpized (sic) by Solyman the Magnificent ... 1541. As also an account of the late siege ... 1684
(London. W. Davis. 1684). 4 p.
A letter to a friend: with two poems sacred to the memory of the late R.R. Dr Thomas Rattray of Craighall, Bishop of Edinburgh
Edinburgh. 1743. 12p.
A letter to a friend, advising in this extraordinary juncture, how to free the nation from slavery for ever
London. For A.Roper. 1689. 2 p.
A letter to a friend, concerning a French invasion, to restore the late King James to his throne: and what may be expected from him, should he be successful in it
London. 1692. 30p. : 4to.
A letter to a friend concerning Mr. Calder's late paper entitled A return &c. and the continuation thereof
Glasgow. printed by Robert Sanders, anno Dom. 1712. 15,p.
A letter to a friend concerning naturalizations: shewing, I. What a naturalization is not; II. What it is; III. What are the motives for the present clamours against the bill ... for enabling the Parliament to naturalize such Jews, as they shall approve of. IV. Setting forth the nature of this affair considered in a religious light. V.Proposing a scheme for the prevention of all future naturalizations, by explaining, how the same ends may be obtained ... With a hint relating to the Orphan Fund in the city of London
Glasgow. Printed and sold byR. and A. Foulis. 1753. 30, (2) p.
A letter to a friend containing brief observations upon the concluding part of a publication, entitled "The crisis: with an inquiry into the probable destiny of England, during the predicted desolations of the papal kingdoms"
London. Hatchard and Son. 1825. 24p.
A letter to a friend, giving an account of all the treatises that have been publish'd, with relation to the present persecution against the Church of Scotland
Monro, Alexander ; Hindmarsh, Joseph ; Meldrum, George
London. Printed for Joseph Hindmarsh, at the Golden Ball, over against the Royal Exchange in Cornhill. 1692. 32p. : 4to.
A letter to a friend, in explanation and defence of the use and authorized meaning of the Christian appellations, deacon, priest, bishop, catholic &c: with remarks of the modern abuse of the epithet Roman
Brownlow, John T
London. printed and published by W.E. Andrews. 1830.
A letter to a friend in the country, with reflections on the petition of the county of Kent
London. 1701. 1 sheet.
A letter to a friend in vindication of the directors of the South-Sea company: in answer to the speech of E-st-ce B--g-ll esq. : made at a general court of that company in Merchant Taylors Hall, the 20th of September, 1720 ; to which are annexed some remarks on his second speech and Mr. W--lk--r's
London. Printed for W. Boreham. 1721. 22 p.
A letter to a friend occasioned by a French pamphlet lately published against Doctor Kennicott, and his collation of the Hebrew Mss
[London]. Sold by Peter Elmsley, London; and Dan. Prince, in Oxford. 1772. ,33,p.
A letter to a friend occasioned by the death of the Right Honourable William Pitt
London. printed for J. Hatchard. 1806.
A letter to a friend of Robert Burns: occasioned by anintended republication of the life of Burns, by Dr. Currie; and of the selection made by him from his letters
Wordsworth, William ; Burns, Robert ; Currie, James ; Gray, James
London. Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 1816. 37p.
A letter to a friend on the authority, purpose, and effects of Christianity, and especially on the doctrine of redemption
Gurney, Joseph John
London. John and Arthur Arch ... [etc.]. 1824. [iv], 66p.
A letter to a friend on the conduct of the adherents to Mr. Burr
New York. [s.n.]. 1803.
A Letter to a friend on the late revolution in France
[London. s. n.]. 1791. 80 p.
A letter to a friend on the reported marriage of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales
Horne, John Horne
London. for J. Johnson. 1787.
A letter to a friend on the reported marriage of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales
Tooke, John Horne
Dublin. Printed by P. Byrne. 1787. 48p.
A letter to a friend, on the Tract for the times, No. 89
Maitland, Samuel Roffey
London. Printed for J.G.F. & J. Rivington. 1841.
A letter to a friend, reflecting on some passages in a Letter to the D. of P. [i.e. E. Stillingfleet] in answer to the arguing part of his first letter to Mr. G. [i.e. T. Godden]
G ; Ellis, Clement
London. 1687. p.p. 31 : 4to.
A letter to a friend upon the dissolving of the late Parliament and the calling of a new one: together with a list of those that were against making the Prince and Princess of Orange King and Queen
London. (s.n.). 1690. 1 sheet.
A letter to a gentleman dissenting from the Church of England concerning the lives of Churchmen and dissenters
London. Printed for C. Davis, W. Craighton and M. Cooper. 1745. viii, 104 p.
A letter to a gentleman in the country, giving an account of the two insurance-offices; the Fire-Office & Friendly-Society
(London. Milbourn. 1685). 4 p.
A letter to a girl on the future of clothes
[s.l.]. Home & Van Thal. 1946.
A letter to a great man
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. 1770. 16p.
A letter to A. H. Esq; concerning the stage (1698) and The occasional paper: no. IX (1698)
Hopkins, Charles ; Willis, Richard ; Milbourne, Luke
[Los Angeles, CA]. Augustan Reprint Society. 1946. ii p., facsims.: 22, 23 p.
A letter to a lady: wherein the canonical authority of St. Matthew's Gospel is defended, the Bishop of London's Third pastoral letter vindicated
London. printed for R. Knaplock. 1732. ,118p.
A letter to a late Cabinet Minister on the present crisis
London. Saunders and Otley. 1834.
A letter to a late popular director (Lawrence Sullivan?): relative to India affairs, and the present contests
London. Kearsly. 1769. 23 p.
A letter to a layman, on the subject of the Rev. Mr. Lindsey's proposal for a reformed English Church, upon the plan of the late Dr. Samuel Clarke
Priestley, Joseph ; Lindsey, Theophilus
London. printed for J. Wilkie. 1774.
A letter to Alderman Lloyd, on the extent of the great social evil in our large towns
Birmingham. printed by E. Massey. 1863.
A letter to all the proprietors of Drury-Lane Theatre: beinga commentary on certain parts of an anonymous pamphlet, called "A brief review of the season 1817-18, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, &c., &c., &c." And a conclusive detection of the author
Arnold, Samuel James ; Whitbread, Samuel
London. William Fearman. 1818. 86 p.
A letter to all those who propose to be adventurers in the present lottery
London. Whitridge. 1746. 24 p.
A Letter to a Lord, in answer to a late pamphlet, entituled, 'The causes of the present fears and dangers of the Government', in a discoursebetween a Lord-Lieutenant and one of his deputies
London. Printed for Tho. Bennet. 1692.
A letter to a member of Parliament: Containing observations on a pamphlet, intituled, Considerations on the case of the bakers in Dublin
Dublin. printed by S. Powell . 1753. 32p.
A letter to a member of Parliament: concerning the laws which disable Papists from purchasing in this kingdom
Dublin. [A. Reilly]. 1751. 16p.
A letter to a member of Parliament: concerning the present state of affairs at home and abroad
Dublin. re-printed by and for George Faulkner. 1740. ,60,p.
A letter to a member of Parliament concerning the African trade
(1709). 3 p.
A letter to a member of Parliament concerning the bill for preventing the growth of schism
London. Ferd. Burleigh. 1714. 23p.