A letter to a member of parliament concerning the free British fisheries: with draughts of a herring-buss and nets, and the harbourand town of Peterhead
London. Spavan. 1750. 44 p.

A letter to a member of Parliament concerning the inland navigation of Ireland, and the many advantages arising from it
Iernus Cambrensis
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1755. 15p.

A letter to a member of Parliament, concerning the late reduction of the gold-coin
Bruce, Edward
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1737. 28p.

A letter to a member of Parliament, concerning the laws which disable Papists from purchasing in this kingdom
Dublin. [s.n.]. [1751?]. 16p.

A letter to a member of Parliament, concerning the money-bill
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1753. 16p.

A letter to a Member of Parliament, concerning the present state of affairs at home and abroad
True lover of the people
London. printed for T. Cooper. 1740. [4],60p.

A letter to a Member of Parliament, containing a proposal for bringing in a bill to revise, amend or repeal certainabsolete statutes, commonly called The Ten Commandments
Hildrop, John
London. Printed for R. Minors. 1738.

A letter to a member of Parliament, containing a proposal for bringing in a bill to revise, amend or repeal certain obsolete statues commonly called the ten commandments
Hildrop, John
London. Printed for R. Minors. 1738. 38 p.

A letter to a member of Parliament, from a land owner, on the proposed line of canal from Braunston to Brentford
London. printed for J.Bell. 1793.

A letter to a member of Parliament, from Mr. William Murdock, in vindication of his character and claims: in reply to a recent publication, by the Committee for conducting through Parliament a bill for incorporating a Gas-light & Coke Company
Murdock, William
London. printed by Galabin and Marchant. 1809. 15p.

A letter to a Member of Parliament in the country, from his friend in London, relative to the case of Admiral Byng: with some original papers and letters which passed during the expedition
Cooke, John ; Whitehead, Paul ; Johnson, Samuel
London. printed for J. Cooke. 1756. [2], 16 p. : 8vo.

A letter to a member of parliament in the north: containing remarks on the advertisement mentioned in the 'Craftsman' of Saturday, November 8, about a memorandum book that was taken up near Arlington Street
London. printed for R. Walker ... and sold by all booksellers and pamphlet-sellers. [1729?].

A letter to a member of Parliament, occasion'd by the South-sea company's schemefor reducing the publick debts
London. J. Roberts. 1720. 35 p.

A letter to a member of parliament; occasioned by the publication of the Report from the select committee on the high price of gold bullion
Atkinson, Jasper
London. printed for J.J. Stockdale. 1810. [2],104p.

A Letter to a member of Parliament, occasioned by the rejecting Sir John Barnard's scheme
Barnard, John
London. Printed for J. Hinton. 1746. 29 p.

A letter to a member of Parliament, on a tax upon absentees
Dublin. printed by William McKenzie. 1783. [2],26p.

A letter to a member of Parliament on the police of the metropolis
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A letter to a member of Parliament on the police of the metropolis by a barrister
London. Wright. 1821. 42 p.

A letter to a member of Parliament on the registering and numbering the people of Great Britain: humbly inscrib'd to S---- D---- M., Esq
(Farnborough, Hants. Gregg. 1973). 24 p.

A letter to a member of Parliament, shewing (in these days of infidelity and sedition,) the serious and dangerous defects of the British and Foreign School, and of Mr. Brougham's bill (now pending) for the general education of the poor
Lloyd, Richard
London. printed for F. C. & J. Rivington. 1821. 54, [2] p.

A letter to a Member of Parliament shewing that a restraint on the press is inconsistent with the Protestant religionand dangerous to the liberties of the nation
Tindal, Matthew
London. 1698.

A letter to a Member of Parliament shewing the necessity of regulating the press
Defoe, Daniel
Oxford. Printed for George West and Henry Clements. 1699.

A letter to a member of parliament touching the late intended bank
Hutchinson, Francis
Dublin. printed, and are to be sold by the booksellers. 1721. 23p.

A letter to a member of the club in Albemarle-Street
Wilkes, John
London. Printed for G.Kearsly. 1764. 22 p.

A letter to a member of the honourable House of Commons
(London?. 172-?). 1 sheet.

A letter to a member of the Honourable House of Commons of Ireland
Grattan, James ; Wilson, Peter
Dublin. Printed for Peter Wilson, in Dame-street. M.DCC.LX. [1760]. 24p.

A Letter to a Member of the House of Commons, concerning the Bishops lately in the Tower, and now under Suspension
Maurice, Henry
London. [s.n.]. Printed in the Year, 1689. [i], 6 p.

A letter to a member of the H(ous)e of C(ommon)s of I(relan)d: on the present crisis of affairs in that Kingdom
London. Printed for R. Scot. 1753. 23 p.

A letter to a member of the National Assembly, 1791
Burke, Edmund
Oxford. Woodstock. 1990. 74p.

A letter to a merchant at Bristol, concerning a petition of S-- T--, Esq. to the King: for an exclusive grant to the trade of the River Senegal
Merchant of London ; Touchet, Samuel
London. Printed for G. Kearsly. 1762. 43, (1) p.

A letter to American workers
Lenin, V.I
London. Martin Lawrence. 1934. 22p.

A letter to American workers
Lenin, V.I
Moscow. Foreign Languages Publishing House. 1952. 30p.

A letter to American workers
Lenin, V.I
Moscow. Progress Publishers. 1966. 18p.

A letter to American workers
Lenin, V.I
New York. International Publishers. 1934. 23p.

A letter to a Minister of State: respecting taxes on knowledge
Place, Francis ; Sydenham, Charles Edward Poulett Thomson ; Innes, John
London. J. Innes, printer. [1831?]. 16 p.

A letter to a minister of state, respecting taxes on knowledge
London. J. Innes. [1831?]. 16p.

A letter to a modern novelist
Walpole, Hugh
London. Leonard and Virginia Woolf. 1932.

A letter to Amy
Keats, Ezra Jack
Henley-on-Thames. Weston Woods Studios. 1971. 1 filmstrip (35fr.).

A letter to Amy
Keats, Ezra Jack
London. Bodley Head. 1969. (32)p.(chiefly col illus).

A letter to Amy
Keats, Ezra Jack
New York. Harper & Row. (1968). (36) p.

A letter to Amyas Griffith, Esq. Late Surveyor of the Beau-Walk, Stephen's-Green, and formerly Inspector General of the Monitor, and of the polite conversation of Dodderige and Vanthrump. Occasioned by his late scurrilous pamphlet against the Bishop of Cloyne, Theophilus, and the dignitaries of the established church. With some observations on the recent conduct of the friar "of the barbarous sirname"
Theophilus ; O'Kelley, Francis J ; Lewis, Christopher
Dublin. Printed by C. Lewis, No. 11, Henry-Street. [1787?]. 24p. : 8vo.

A letter to Amyas Griffith ...occasioned by his late scurrilous pamphlet against the Bishop of Cloyne, Theophilus, and the dignitaries of the established church: With some observations on the recent conduct of the friar "of the barbarous sirname"(sic)
Theophilus
Dublin. printed by C. Lewis. [1787?]. 24p.

A Letter to an American Planter, from his Friend in London
London. Printed by H. Reynell, No. 21, Piccadilly. 1781. 24 p.

A letter to an antipaedobaptist
Priestley, Joseph
Northumberland. Printed by AndrewKennedy. 1802. 48 p.

A letter to an engaged couple
London. Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. [19-]. 11p.

A letter to an English Catholic peer
[London]. [printed by Keating, Brown and Keating]. [1810]. 7 p.

A Letter to a New Member of the ensuing Parliament
Defoe, Daniel
[London]. [s.n.]. [1702]. 8 p.

A Letter to an Honourable Brigadier General[i.e. Lord George Townshend], Commander in Chief of his Majesty's Forces in Canada
Lee, Charles ; Townshend, George Townshend
London. Printed for J. Burd, opposite St. Dunstan's Church, Fleetstreet. 1760. [1], 31, [1] p.

A letter to an inquirer on Christian Baptism
Elven, Cornelius
London. Published for the Baptist Tract Society by Elliot Stock. [18--]. [1],2-8 p.

A letter to an M.P. on disarmament
Cecil, Edgar Algernon Robert Gascoyne
London. Leonard & Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press. 1931.

A letter to a noble Lord at London from a friend at Oxford: vpon occasion of the late Covenant taken by both Houses
[London]. [s.n.]. 1643.

A letter to a noble lord at London, from a friend at Oxford: upon occasion of the late Covenant taken by both Houses
[Oxford]. [printed by Leonard Lichfield]. February 22nd. 1643.

A letter to a noble member of the Club in ALbemarle-Street, from John Wilkes, Esq, at Paris
Wilkes, John
London. Printed for W. Nicoll. 1764. 19 p.

A letter to an officer of the Army concerning a select senate mentioned by them in their proposals to the late Parliament. The necessity and Prudentialness of such a senate is here asserted by reason and history. Whereunto are added sundry positions about Government, and an essay towards a secure settlement
Stubbe, Henry
London. printed for T.B. 1659.

A letter to a nonjuring clergy-man, occasion'd by an act ... (9 Geo. 1 cap. 24) to oblige all persons of the age of eighteen ... totake the oaths appointed for the security of His Majesty's person and government
Sykes, Arthur Ashley
London. Taylor. 1723. 27 p.

A letter to Anonymus, in answer to his three letters to Dr. Sherlock about church Communion
Sherlock, William ; Gardiner, Fincham
London. printed for Fincham Gardiner, at the White-Horse in Ludgate-Street. 1683. 58p.

A letter to Antonio Panizzi, Esq., Keeper of the Printed Books in the British Museum, on the reputed earliest printed newspaper, "The English Mercurie, 1588"
Watts, Thomas ; Panizzi, Anthony
London. William Pickering. 1839.

A letter to an undertaker
De Polnay, Peter
London. Home & Van Thal. 1946. 40p.

A letter to a person of distinction
Palamon
Dublin. Printed in the year, M DCC LXIX [1769]. 8p. : 8vo.

A letter to a person of distinction in town, from a gentleman in the country: containing some remarks on a late pamphlet, intitled, A free and candid inquiry, &c
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1753. [48]p.

A letter to a person of distinction in town, from a Gentleman in the country. Containing, some remarks on a late pamphlet, intitled, A free and candid inquiry, &c
Gentleman in the country
Dublin. Printed in the year M DCC LIII [1753]. 47,[1]p.

A letter to a person of scrupulous conscience about the time of keeping Christmas: according tothe new-stile : to which is added, a dialogue between a clergyman and his parishioner, familiarly explaining the reason and expediency of the new-stile
Parker, William
London. Printed for R. Baldwin, at the Rose, and soldby Mr. Fletcher in Oxford and Mr. Merril in Cambridge. 1753. 23 p.

A Letter to a prophane person, perswading him to consider his dreadful sin and danger, and to betake him-self to a new life
Hyde, John
Dublin. Re-printed for John Hyde, Bookseller in Dame-Street. 1721. 15,[1]p. : 8vo.

A letter to a proprietor of a fishery in the ... Thames ... to shew in whom the right of fishing ... now resides
H., H
Reading. Smart and Cowslade. (1787). 42 p.

A letter to ... Archdeacon Echard: upon occasion of his history of England
Calamy, Edmund ; Echard, Laurence
London. Clark. 1718. 121 p.

A letter to Archdeacon Singleton, on the Ecclesiastical Commission
Smith, Sydney ; Singleton, Thomas
London. Longman and Co. 1837. 55p.

A letter to a Roman Catholic: from the 'Works' of John Wesley
Wesley, John
London. Epworth Press. 1962. [11]p.

A Letter to a Roman Catholic Clergyman upon Theological Inaccuracy
Plowden, Robert
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-R. 1795. viii, 168 p.

A letter to a Roman Catholic gentleman of Ireland, on the Chief Consul Buonaparte's projected invasion
Butler, Charles ; Taylor, John ; White, J
London. Printed by J. Taylor, Black-Horse-Court, Fleet-Street, for J. White, Fleet-Street. 1803. 16p. : 8vo.

A letter to Arthur Gore, Esq: Relating to the present abuse of spirituous liquors; and a method to remedy theevil
Henry, William
Dublin. printed for Peter Wilson. 1755. 16p.

A letter to Arthur Gore, Esq; relating to the present abuse of spirituous liquors; and a method to remedy the evil
Henry, William ; Wilson, Peter
Dublin. Printed for Peter Wilson, in Dame-street. M DCC LV [1755]. 16p. : 8vo.

A letter to a sister
Lehmann, Rosamond
London. Published by Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press. 1931. 24p.

A letter to a sound member of the church, with a supplement containing two letters sent to the editors of the Christian Observer: with an address to the readers of that miscellany on a gross misrepresentation of a passage in the appendix to the guide to the church
Daubeny, Charles
London. printed for F. and C. Rivington. 1802. 23cm.

A letter to a student at a foreign university on the study of divinity
Phillips, Thomas
London. printed for R. Baldwin. 1756. [2], 126 p.

A letter to a University Librarian on Sir John Falstaff
Fisher, Sidney T
Montreal. Redpath Press. 1960.

A letter to Australia
Carter, Ian
Brighton. Young Library. 1987. 31p.

A letter to a Wesleyan Minister on the case of the Rev. S.F. Green
Green, S. F
[Great Britain]. [s.n.]. [1881?].

A letter to A.W. Hakewill, architect: in answer to his Reflections on the stylefor rebuilding the Houses of Parliament
Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore ; Hakewill, Arthur Wm
Salisbury. printed for the Author. 1835. 14 p.

A letter to a writer down the line
Steward, D. E
London. Oasis. 1987.

A letter to a yeoman in favour of abolition of church rates
Elliot, Gilbert ; Yeoman
London. James Ridgway and Sons. 1837. 26p.

A letter to a young gentleman, lately enter'd into holy orders
Swift, Jonathan
London. printed for J. Roberts. 1721. 31,[1]p.

A letter to a young lady on her approaching marriage
Hoopington, Ambrose
London. Nonesuch Press. 1934. 41 p.

A letter to a young man [named M.] of one of the religious societies in London, in answer to one from him, concerning separation, and the proceedings of the reformation
Stephens, Edward
[S.l. s.n. s.d.]. p.p. 12 : 4to.

A letter to a young painter
Read, Herbert
London. Thames & Hudson. 1962. 279p., il, diags.

A letter to a young poet
Woolf, Virginia
London. Hogarth Press. 1932. 28p.

A letter to Barne Barne ... treasurer of the Hon. Society of the Inner Temple: in reply to a letter (from Alfred Clifford) on the exclusion of attorneys from the Inner Temple hall addressed to ... George Canning
Barne, Barne ; Canning, George ; Clifford, Alfred
London. J.H. Burn. 1821. 15 p.

A letter to Benjamin Hawes ... chairman of the Metropolitan Police Committee
Adams, John ; Hawes, B
London. Hatchard. 1838. 55 p.

A letter to Benjamin Rotch, Esq., Chairman of the Committee of Visitors; on the plan and government of the additional lunatic asylum for the county of Middlesex, about to be erected at Colney Hatch
Conolly, John ; Rotch, Benjamin
London. John Churchill. 1847.

A letter to both Houses of Parliament on the subject of their present proceedings against the Roman Catholics of England
E.P
Paris. [s.n.]. 1679.

A letter to Camille Jordan, one of the council of five hundred, occasioned by his report on the priests, puiblic worship, and the bells
Paine, Thomas
London. J. Watson. 1841. 8p.

A letter to Canadians
Delaney, Austin ; Binder, Harry
[Toronto]. Labour-Progressive Party. [1945]. [5]p.

A letter to Canon Stowell, M.A., in reply to ond addressed by him to J.H. Budgett, Esqr., entitled, Is Socinianism Christianity?
Gaskell, William ; Stowell, Hugh
Manchester. Johnson and Rawson. 1853. 12p.

A letter to C.D. or N.N. or A.B. no matter which, if any one of them be found, 'tis odds the other two are within call
[Dublin?]. [s.n.]. 1751. 8p.

A letter to Charles Butler, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn, in vindication of English Protestants from his attack upon their sincerity in the "Book of the Roman Catholic Church"
Blomfield, Charles James
London. J. Mawman. 1825. 24p.

A letter to Charles Butler Esq. on his notice of the practical and internal evidence against Catholicism
Blanco White, Joseph
London. Murray. 1826.

A letter to ... C.J. Fox, on ... the charges made by Mr. Paul against the Marquis Wellesley: to which are annexed a ... copy of thefirst letter from the East India directors to the Marquis, which was sent: and ... a ... copy of the dispatch proposed to be sent
Fox, Charles James ; Paull, James ; Wellesley, Richard Wellesley
London. 1806. (21) p.

A letter to Colley Cibber, esq. on his transformation of 'King John'
Cibber, Colley
London. Printed for M. Cooper. 1745.

A letter to Comrade "Mother"
Shayegan, Arjang
Baltimore. Iranian Students Association in Washington-Baltimore. [1976]. 8p.

A letter to Congress: defeat the anti-labour Smith Bill
Foster, William Z
New York. New Century. 1952. 15p.

A letter to Coulson Kernahan (etc.)
Pim, Herbert Moore ; Kernahan, Coulson
Brighton. Beale. 1937. 14 p.

A letter to C.S. Parker, Esq., M.P
Thring, Edward ; Parker, C. S
Uppingham. John Hawthorn. [18--].

(A letter to customers denying charges, made by supporters of the Great central gas consumers' company, that the existing gas companies operate a monopoly and charge too much for inferior quality gas)
(London. 1849). 2 p.

A letter to Daniel O'Connell: in reply to the calumnies he put forth in the Corn Exchange, August 8th, in answer to the addressof the National Association to the people of Ireland
Lovett, William
London. H. Hetherington. [1843].

A letter to Daniel O'Connell, Esq., M.P: in reply to the calumnies he put forth in the Corn Exchange, August 8th, in answer to the Address of the National Association to the people of Ireland
Lovett, William ; O'Connell, Daniel
London. H. Hetherington. [1843?]. 8p.

A letter to David Garrick, esq: occasioned by his having moved the Court of King's Bench against, the publisher of'Love in the suds'; or; The lamentation of Roscius for the loss of his Nyky'
Kenrick, William ; Garrick, David
London. Printed for J. Wheble. 1772.

A letter to David Garrick, esq: occasioned by the intended representation ofThe minor
Portal, Abraham ; Garrick, David ; Madan, Martin
London. Sold by Mr. Field (etc.). 1760. 48 p.

A letter to David Garrick, Esq. concerning a glossary to the plays of Shakespeare, on a more extensive plan than has hitherto appeared: To which is annexed, a specimen
Warner, Richard ; Garrick, David
London. printed for the author: and sold by T. Davies; and T. Becket and P.A. De Hondt. 1768. 110, [2]p. : 8vo.

A letter to David Garrick, esq., concerning a glossary to the plays of Shakespeare, on a more extensive plan than has hitherto appeared; to which is annexed a specimen
Warner, Richard ; Garrick, David
London. Printed for the author. 1768.

A letter to David Garrick, Esq. on his conduct as principal manager and actor at Drury-Lane
Williams, David
London. Printed for S. Blandon. 1772. 39 p.

A letter to Dion
B. M
(Liverpool). University Press of Liverpool. 1954. x, 70 p.

A letter to Dion
Mandeville, Bernard ; Dobree, Bonamy
Liverpool. Liverpool University Press. 1954.

A letter to Dion
Mandeville, Bernard
Los Angeles. University of California. 1953. 15, 70 p.

A letter to Dion (1732)
Mandeville, Bernard ; Viner, Jacob
Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library. 1953.

A letter to Dion, 1732
Mandeville, Bernard
Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California. 1953. 15 p., facsim.: 70 p.

A Letter to Doctor Bennet, requiring farther Satisfaction in Relation to the Charge of Schism against the Non-Jurors
Lay-man
London. Printed for J. Roberts, at the Oxford-arms in Warwick-lane. [s.d.][1716?]. [ii], 71 p.

A letter to Doctor Joseph Priestley. Occaisioned [sic] by his late address to the subscribers to the Birmingham Library
Clutton, John ; Priestley, Joseph
Birmingham. printed by E. Piercy. 1787.

A letter to Doctor Joseph Priestley, occasioned by his late address to the subscribers to the Birmingham Library
Clutton, John
Birmingham. printed by E. Piercy. 1787. 44 p.

A letter to Doctor Priestley: occasioned by his late pamphlet, addressed to the Rev. Mr. S. Badcock
Priestley, Joseph ; Badcock, Samuel
Exeter. printed... by B. Thorn. [1784].

A letter to Doctor Priestley, in consequence of his "Familiar letters addressed to the inhabitants of Birmingham"
Madon, Spencer ; Priestley, Joseph
Birmingham. printed by Piercy. (1790). 48 p.

A letter to Doctor Priestley in consequence of his 'Familiar letters addressed to the inhabitantsof the town of Birmingham, &c.'. Occasioned by a sermon preached at St. Philip's Church, in Birmingham, on Sunday, February, 14, 1790, by the Rev. Spencer Madan, Rector of St. Philip's
Madan, Spencer ; Priestley, Joseph
Birmingham. Printed... by E. Piercy. [1790].

A letter to Doctor Priestley, occasioned by his late pamphlet, addressed to the Rev. Mr. S. Badcock
Badcock, Samuel ; Priestley, Joseph
Exeter. Printed... by B. Thorn. [1784].

A Letter to Dr. Andrew Snape, occasioned by his letter to the Bishop of Bangor
Hume, Thomas
Dublin. Printed by and for Thomas Hume, over-against the Bible, on the lower end of Cork-hill. 1717. 16p.

A letter to Dr. Birkbeck and the members of the London Mechanics' Institution on the subject of the Corn Laws
Wilmot-Horton, Robert John
London. [s.n.]. 1839.

A letter to Dr. Calamy: shewing, that ... Echard has done the part of a faithful historian in branding ... Edmund Calamy (the Doctor's grandfather) as a promoter of rebellion, and an incendiary to posterity
Calamy, Edmund ; Calamy, Edmund ; Eichard, Laurence ; Lewis, Thomas ; Earbery, Matthias ; Grey, Zachary
London. Bettenham. (1718?). 28 p.

A Letter to Dr. E[dward] S[tillingfleet] concerning his late Letter to Mr. G[odden] and the Account he gives in it of a Conference between Mr. G. and himself
Meredith, Edward
London. Printed by Henry Hills, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, For his Houshold and Chappel. 1687. [i], 36 p.

A letter to Dr. Fowler, Vicar of St. Giles Cripplegate: In answer to his late vindicatory preface (to Thegreat wickedness)
Newbery, William ; Edmunds, William
London. 1685. 6 p.

A letter to Dr. Freind: shewing the danger and uncertainty of inoculating the small pox
Wagstaffe, William ; Freind, John ; Douglass, William
London. Printed for Samuel Butler. 1722. 69, 15 p.

A letter to Dr. Hooker
Acland, Henry W ; Hooker, Joseph Dalton
Oxford . James Parker and Co. 1875. 10p.