A letter to Dr. Hook, in reply to his letter to the Bishop of Ripon; with proofs of the failure of Mr. Newman'sdefence of the 90th Tract
Hill, Francis Thomas ; Hook, Walter Farquhar
Cheltenham. Rawlings and Lake. 1841.
A letter to Dr. James Butler, of Ireland, occasioned by his late publication, intitled, "A justification of the tenets of the Roman Catholic religion"
[Dublin]. London printed, and Dublin reprinted by P. Byrne. 1787. ,26p.
A letter to Dr. Mead concerning some antiquities in Berkshire: particularly shewing that the White Horse, which gives name to the vale, is a monument of the West-Saxons, made in memory of a great victory obtained over the Danes A.D. 871
Oxford. Printed for T. Wood. 1738. 58 p.
A letter to Dr. Percival on the prevention of infectious fevers and an address to the College of Physicians at Philadelphia on the prevention of the American pestilence
Bath. by R. Cruttwell. 1801. 188 p.
A letter to Dr. Priestley: occasioned by his History of the corruptions of Christianity; wherein his Socinian errorsare fully confuted, by arguments drawn from the Holy Scriptures
Sheppard, Edward ; Priestley, Joseph
Bath. printed... bS. Hazard. 1783.
A letter to Dr. Priestley, F.R.S. &c. in answer to his letter to the Right Hon. William Pitt, Chancellor of theExchequer, and First Lord of the Treasury, on the subject of the repeal of the Test-Act, and the abolition of subscription, &c
Hunter, William ; Priestley, Joseph
London. printed for Messrs. G. and T. Wilkie. 1787.
A letter to Dr. Priestley ... in answer to his letter to ... William Pitt ...on ... the repeal of the Test-act, and the abolition of subscription
Hunter, William ; Priestley, Joseph ; Pitt, William
London. Wilkie. 1787. 46 p.
A letter to Dr. Priestley in answer to the appendix... of his late publication, entitl'd "An appeal to the public, on the subject of the riots in Birmingham. Part the IId." To which is added a sermon
Stourbridge. Printed for the author. 1793.
A letter to Dr. Priestley in answer to the appendix of his late publication entitled An appeal to the public on the subject of the riots in Birmingham... to which is added a sermon
Stourbridge. Author. 1793. 58p.
A letter to ... Dr. Priestley on ... his late letters to the dean of Canterbury, the young men of both Universities, and others
Bath. printed by Gruttwell. 1787. 26 p.
A letter to Dr. Priestley; or, A volley of random-shot, discharged at him, from the old fortress, called the Church of England: whichhe is attempting to take by storm
Volunteer ; Priestley, Joseph
London. Printed by J.W. Galabin. 1789.
A letter to Dr. Priestley's young man: with a postscript concerning the Rev. D. Simpson's essay... in answer to Evanson's Dissonance and Volney's Ruins
Evanson, Edward ; Priestley, Joseph ; Simpson, David ; Volney, C.-F
Ipswich. printed by Jermyn. 1794. vi, 120 p.
A letter to Dr. Priestley's young man; with a postscript concerning the Rev. D. Simpson's essay, &c. in answer to Evanson's dissonance and Volney's ruins
Evanson, Edward ; Priestley, Joseph ; Simpson, David
Ipswich. printed by G. Jermyn. 1794.
A letter to Dr. Priestly occasioned by his History of the corruptions of Christianity: wherein his Socinian errors are fully confuted
Sheppard, Edward ; Priestley, Joseph
Bath. printed by Hazard. 1783. 48 p.
A letter to Dr. P------Y, in answer to a discourse of his, lately published: in which are also some observations on Dr. M---N's treatise on polygamy
London. printed and sold by the booksellers in town and country. 1781. 44p.
A letter to Dr. P-------y, in answer to a discourse of his, lately published; in which are also some observations on Dr. M---n's treatise on polygamy
London. Printed and sold by the booksellers in town and country. 1781.
A letter to Dr. Samuel Johnson: occasioned by his ... political publications with an appendix, containging som observations on a pamphlet
(London. c1798). (86) p.
A letter to Dr.Samuel Johnson, occasioned by his late political publications; with an appendix containing some observations on a pamphlet lately published by Dr.Shebbeare
London. Printed for J. Towers. 1775.
A letter to Dr. Samuel Johnson, on his journey to the western isles
London. Printed for the author. 1775.
A letter to Dr. Synge, in answer to his letter intitled, Dr. Synge's defence of himself, against the unjust aspersions thrown upon him in a late pamphlet, intitled, A reply to a vindication of the letter published in a pamphlet, Partiality detected, &c
Dublin. Printed by Edwon Sandys. 1711. , 52p.
A Letter to Dr. Tennison, upon Occasion of a Sermon: entitled, A Sermon preach'd at the Funeral of Her late Majesty Queen Mary, of ever Blessed Memory
London. Printed and Sold by John Morphew near Stationers-hall. 1716. 12 p.
A letter to Dr. Waterland: containing some remarks on his vindication of Scripture, in answer to a book, intituled, Christianity as old as the creation : together with the sketch or plan of another answer to the said book
London. printed for J. Peele. 1731. (2), 67, (1) p.
A Letter to each of the rural Deans in the diocese of Gloucester and Bristol
[S.l.]. [s.n.]. [1848?]. 109p.
A letter to Earl Fitzwilliam
[Dublin]. [s.n.]. . 51p.
A letter to Earl Fitzwilliam, demonstrating the real tendency of the proceedings of the late York meeting for taking into consideration the transactions at Manchester, on the 16th August last
Member of no party ; Fitzwilliam, William Wentworth Fitzwilliam
London. Printed for F.C. and J. Rivington. 1819.
A letter to ... Earl Grey, occasioned by his Lordship's speech ... on moving the second reading of his bill for abrogating the declarations contained in ... "The test against Popery"
Le Mesurier, Thomas ; Grey, Charles Grey
London. Murray & Hatchard; (etc). 1819.
A letter to ... Earl of D---, on the political relations of Russia, in regard to Turkey, Greece, and France: And on the means of preventing the French establishing a permanent control over Russia : With strictures on Mr. Thornton's Present state of Turkey, &c
London. printed by Luke Hansard & Sons, for T. Cadell and W. Davies. 1807. viii,135,p.
A letter to Edmund Burke ... containing some reflections on patriotism, part-spirit, and the union of free nations: With observations upon the means on which Ireland relies for obtaining political independence
Dublin. printed by William Hallhead. 1780. 37p.
A letter to Edmund Burke Esq; Member of Parliament for the city of Bristol, and agent for the colony of New-York, &c. in answer to his printed speech, said to be spoken in the House of Commons on the twenty-second of March, 1775
Tucker, Josiah ; Hay, Mary
Dublin. Printed by Mary Hay, in Parliament-Street. M DCC LXXV . 48p. : 8vo.
A letter to Edmund Burke ...in answer to his printed speech, said to be spoken in the House of Commons on the twenty-second of March, 1775
Glocester. printed by R. Raikes; and sold by T. Cadell. 1775. 58,p.
A letter to Edmund Gosse
Shilton. The Reading Room Press. 2004.
A letter to Edward Jeffries, Esq. chairman of the committee, appointed by the deputies of the three denominations of Protestant dissenters, to carry into effect a resolution of the said deputies, to apply to Parliament for a repeal of the Corporation andtest Acts, so far as they concern Protestant dissenters
Bradberry, David ; Jeffries, Edward
London. for J.Walker. 1789.
A letter to Edw. Rigby, Esq., Mayor of Norwich, in which, amongst other matters, a few reasons are humbly offered, toshew that the destruction of the combined fleets of France & Spain, by the immortal Nelson, is rather a subject of rejoicing
Firth, William ; Rigby, Edward
Norwich. R.M. Bacon. 1805.
A letter to E.J. Littleton, Esq. one of the representatives in Parliament of the County of Stafford: on the cause of the disturbances in the mining district of that County
Birmingham. printed by J. Belcher and SonBrown, and Green. 1829.
A letter to E.J. Littleton, Esq., one of the representatives in Parliament of the county of Stafford, on the cause of the disturbances in the mining district of that county
Mine adventurer of Staffordshire ; Hatherton, Edward John Walhouse Littleton
Birmingham. Printed by J. Belcher and Son. [1822?]. 16p.
A letter to Elizabeth
London. Chatto and Windus. 1958.
A letter to Emiko
Salisbury. Perdix Press. 1984. (2)p.
A letter to Erasmus Darwin, M.D. on a new method of treating pulmonary consumption, and some other diseases hitherto found incurable
Bristol. printed by Bulgin and Rosser; sold by J. Murray; and J. Johnson, London; also by Bulgin and Sheppard, J. Norton, J. Cottle, W. Browne, and T. Mills, Bristol. . 67,p.
A letter to Erasmus Darwin on a new method of treating pulmonary consumption, and some other diseases hitherto found incurable
Bristol. Printed by Bulgin and Rosser. 1793. 72 p.
A letter to every housekeeper in London: on behalf of parochial industry schools for every childwho has no other opportunity of receiving any instruction in the several duties of life
London. F. & C. Rivington. 1792. iv, 38 p.
A letter to every housekeeper in London, on behalf of parachial industry schools, for every child who has no other opportunity of receiving any instruction in the several duties of life
London. printed for J.F. and C. Rivington. 1792.
A letter to every person in Great-Britain who has the least regard for ... the liberty of the press
(London). 1733. 1 sheet.
A letter to farmers and graziers of Great Britain, on the advantages of using salt in the various branches of agriculture, and in feeding all kinds of farming stock
London. published by Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy... [et al.]. 1819.
A letter to farmers and graziers on the advantages of using salt in agriculture, and in feeding cattle
London. Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy. 1819. 107 p.
A letter to Father Lewis Sabran Jesuite: in answer to his letter to a peer of the Church of England; wherein the postscript to the answer to Nubes testium is vindicated, and F. Sabran's mistakes further discovered
Gee, Edward ; Gee, Edward
London. printed for Henry Mortlock at the Ph¿nix in St. Paul's Church-yard. 1688. 8 p.
A letter to Francis Jeffray, Esq. on certain calumnies and misrepresentations in the Edinburgh Review; the conduct of certain individuals, on the night of Mr Thelwalls's probationary lecture, at Bernard's Rooms, Edinburgh; and the ignorance of the new critical junto of the simplest elements of English composition and English grammar: with an appendix containing outlines of a course of lectures on the science and practice of elocution
Edinburgh. John Turnbull. 1804. 131p.
A letter to Francis Plowden, Esq, conveyancer, of the Middle Temple: on his work, entitled Jura Anglorum
[London]. Printed for J. P. Coghlan, and sold by Messrs. J. Debrett, Robinsons, Booker, Keating, Lewis, London; and P. Wogan, Dublin. . 230,  p.
A letter to Francis Plowden, Esq., conveyancer of the Middle Temple on his work, entitiled Jura Anglorum
Roman Catholic clergyman
[London]. Printed for J. P. Coghlan. . 230, p.
A letter to ... G. Abrahams ... containing remarks on the sermon, preached by him ... January 16, 1851: occasionedby the death of John Smith, of Dalston: with an introduction to the church of God
Parks, F ; Abrahams, George ; Smith, John
(London. 1851). 8 p.
A letter to General Monck, in answer to his of the 23th [sic] of January, directed to Mr. Rolle, to be communicated to the county of Devon
Morris, Richard ; Albemarle, George Monck
London. printed for R. Lowndes. 1659.
A letter to General Sir Howard Douglas ... on the true application to projectiles, of the excentric principle
Woollcombe, R. W ; Douglas, Howard
[London]. Printed for private circulation. . 39 p.
A letter to George, Earl of Leicester, President of the Society of Antiquaries, etc. read to the Society, Feb. 7, 1788
London. printed by John Bull. 1788.
A letter to George Hardinge, esq. on the subject of a passage in Mr. Steven's [sic] preface to his impression of Shakespeare
London. Printed by B. Sibthorp for G. Kearsly. 1777.
A letter to George Hardinge, Esq. on the subject of a passage in Mr. Stevens's preface to his impression of Shakespeare
London. printed by B. Sibthorp, for G. Kearsly. 1777. ,iii,,48,p.
A Letter to George Heathcote, esq. on his late resignation as alderman of the city of London: shewing the ill consequences of despairing of the common-wealth, or retiring from public business, more especially in times of vice and corruption : with some cursory observations on the late management of the Navy : to which is added, a copy of Mr. Heathcote'sletter to the Lord Mayor of London and of the resolutions of that city in consequence of his resignation
London. Printed for W. Ward. 1749. 34 p.
A letter to George Lewis: with an account of the proceedings at a public meeting at Camberwell, January 8, 1821 (in support of Queen Caroline in her dispute with George IV)
Favell, Samuel ; Lewis, George ; Caroline Amelia Elizabeth
London. Hunter. 1821. 20 p.
A letter to George Steevens,esq: containing a critical examination of the papers of Shakspeare
Boaden, James ; Ireland, Samuel ; Webb, F ; Ireland, W. H ; Steevens, George
London. Printed for Martin and Bain. 1796. 72 p.
A letter to G.H. Wollaston, esq., deputy chairman of the Thames Tunnel Company: on the present state of the affairs of the company
London. J. Ridgway. 1828. 18 p.
A letter to Great Britain from Switzerland
London. The Sheldon Press. 1941. x, 53 p.
A letter, to G. Wakefield, B.A. on his Spirit of Christianity,compared with the spirit of the times in Great Britain
London. (s.n.). 1794. 29 p.
A letter to Harvey Milk: short stories
Ithaca, N.Y. Firebrand Books. c1988. 173p.
A letter to Henry Brougham, Esq. M.P. now Lord Brougham and Vaux, Lord High Chancellor, &c. on the subject of reformin the representation of the people in parliament
London. James Ridgway. 1831.
A letter to Henry Duncombe, esq: member for the county of York, on the subject of the very extraordinary pamphlet, lately addressed by Mr. Burke, to a noble lord
Miles, William Augustus
London. Printed for J. Debrett. 1796. 101p.
A letter to henry Duncombe, Esq. member for the county of York, on the subject of the very extraordinary pamphlet, lately addressed by Mr. Burke, to a noble lord
Miles, William Augustus ; Duncombe, Henry ; Burke, Edmund
London. printed for J. Debrett. 1796.
A letter to Henry Flood, Esq. on the present state of representation in Ireland
Belfast. Printed by Henry and Robert Joy and Co. 1783. 26p.
A letter to his countrymen
Cooper, James Fenimore
New York. John Wiley. 1834. 94 p.
A letter to His Excellency Colonel Thomas Gore Browne, Governor in Chief of New Zealand: on responsible government and the governmental institutions of New Zealand
Busby, James ; Browne, Thomas Gore
Auckland. Printed by P. Kunst at the Southern Cross office. 1857. 28p.
A letter to His Excellency Earl Camden ... and the rest of the members of the Association for discountenancing vice, and promoting the practice of virtue and religion
Dublin. J.Jones. 1795. 21,p.
A letter to His Excellency Earl Fitzwilliam, Lord Lieutenant, &c. of Ireland
Drennan, William ; Fitzwilliam, William Wentworth Fitzwilliam ; White, Richard
London. Printed for Richard White, 173, Piccadilly. 1795. , 63,  p. : 8vo.
A letter to His Excellency Henry Boyle, Esq. Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons in Ireland. With remarks on the linen trade and manufactures of this Kingdom, and some hints for promoting the same
Dublin. printed by George Faulkner. 1753.
A letter to His Excellency Marquis Cornwallis, on the proposed union: In which His Excellency's political situation is candidly discussed
Irishman ; Fletcher, William ; Moore, James
Dublin. printed by James Moore. 1798. 38p. : 8vo.
A letter to His Excellency Marquis Cornwallis, on the proposed union. In which His Excellency's political situation is candidly discussed
Irishman ; Moore, James
Dublin. printed by James Moore, College-green. 1798. 38,p. : 8vo.
A letter to His Excellency, the Duke of Richmond: on the abolition of tythes, and maintenance of the Roman Catholic clergy in Ireland
Dublin. printed by John Jones. 1808. 23,p.
A letter to his excellency, the earl of Clarendon: lord lieutenant and governor general of Ireland in reference to the mathematical professorship in the Queen's College for Ulster
Young, J. R ; Clarendon, George William Frederick Villiers
London. Spiller. 1850. 34 p.
A letter to his fellow-countrymen
Birmingham. T.Wood. .
A Letter to His G[rac]e the D[uk]e of B[edfor]d
London. [s.n.]. 1757. ,40p.
A letter to His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury and to their lordships the bishops of Worcester and Peterborough respecting a sermon on James 2, v 23, lately preached by the Rev. William Hallen, which contained a statement at variance with the doctrineof the United church of England and Ireland
Bewdley. Danks. 1849. 2p.
A letter to His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, concerning Mr. Henley's Oratory
London. [s.n.]. Printed in the Year 1731. 9p.
A letter to His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury concerning the Bishop of London, the Rev. Canon Dale, theSt. Pancras church extension fund and the spiritual exigencies of the parishioners
Atkins, Thomas ; Blomfield, Charles James ; Dale, Thomas ; Sumner, John Bird
London. B.L. Green. (1854?). 26 p.
A letter to His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury [Edward White Benson] on the rights and wrongs of some of the clergy: with an appendix by a member of the Clerical Rights Society
Dean, T. Sandbach ; Benson, Edward White
London. J. Nisbet. .
A letter to His Grace the Archbishop of York, on the present corrupt state of the Church of England
Beverley, R. M
Beverley. Printed by W.B. Johnson. 1831.
A Letter to His G(rac)e the D(uk)e of B(edfor)d
London. [s.n.]. 1757. 40p.
A letter to his Grace the Duke of Bedford, Governor of the Honourable Corporation of the Bedford Level,on the drainage of the Middle Level
Rennie, John ; Bedford, Francis Charles Hastings Russell
London. Mills & Son. 1842.
A letter to His Grace the Duke of Richmond, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland: stating the case of certain officers in the Custom Department of Ireland, claiming compensation under the act of the 48th of the King for abolishing fees, &c. &c
Dublin. Printed by Charles Lagrange. 1809. 26p.
A letter to His Grace the Duke of Richmond, respecting the Agricultural Labourers' Employment Act, in behalf of the labourers of England
London. Roake and Varty. . 15p.
A letter to His Grace the Duke of Wellington, on the silk trade, in the year 1829. togetherwith a copy of the report of the Committee of the House of Commons in the year 1766, on the same subject
Banbury, William ; Wellington, Arthur Wellesley
London. Printed by Sears & Trapp. 1831.
A letter to His Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury: with reference to certain allegations, and to the position of the Old Congregation of the Church of England in Madeira
D'Orsey, Alex. J. D ; Sumner, John Bird
London. J. Masters. 1856. 36p.
A letter to his grace, the Lord Primate of Ireland, on the matter in which Christianity was taught by Our Saviour, and his Apostles
London. F.C. & J. Rivington. 1822. 69p.
A Letter to His Gr[ac]e the D[uk]e of B[edfor]d
London. printed for P. Herbek. 1757. [iv],40p.
A letter to His Holiness, the Pope, on the character, the conduct and the views, of the Catholic aristocracy and lawyers of England and Ireland
London. The author. 1828.
A letter to His Majesty, and one to Her Majesty: also a poem, with a dissertation, on the fall of Eve and an address to five eminent counsellors
London. G. Riebau. 1802.
A letter to his parishioners on the use of the Athanasian Creed
Oxford . D.A. Talboys. .
A letter to H. Knight Storks ... in reply to the secret memoranda transmitted by him to Her Majesty's principal secretary of state for the colonies and laid before the House of Lords on 27th July, 1863
London. Stevens, Sons, & Haynes. . 64p.
A letter to H. Repton, Esq., on the application of the practice as well as the principles of landscape-painting to landscape-gardening: intended as a supplement to the "Essay on the picturesque"
Hereford. printed by D. Walker; for J. Robson, London. 1798. viii,229,p.
A letter to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales on the world crisis, its causes, and remedy
Oxford. Alden Press. 1931.
A letter to Jacob Bryant, esq: in defence of philosophical necessity
London. Printed by H. Baldwin, for J. Johnson. 1780. 64 p.
A letter to Jacob Bryant, Esq., concerning his dissertation on the War of Troy
London. The Author. 1797. 26 p., 1 l.
A letter to James Read, esq., principal magistrate at ... Bow Street: containing strictures on the ... police ... and on the author's treatment when suing for justice ... respecting a riot, assault, and robbery committed by several members of the Society of Eccentrics; with an account of that society
Prince, J. H
London. J.H. Prince. 1808. 38 p.
A letter to James Thomas Law ... on the importance of establishing, in connection with the Birmingham Royal Schoolof Medicine and Surgery, a clinical hospital
Cox, William Sands ; Law, James Thomas
Birmingham. by Richard Davies. .
A letter to Jasper Vaux, Esq. chairman of the meeting at Lloyd's, on Monday, the 29th January last: in which the nature and principles, and the past and present extent of marine assurance are examined; the necessity of a new company to effect marine assurance pointed out; and the opposition displayed to its establishment, especially by the underwritersat Lloyd's coffee-house, is considered and refuted
Subscriber to Lloyd's ; Vaux, Jasper
London. printed for J.M. Richardson. 1810. iv,75p.
A letter to J.B. Smith, esq, president of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce
Overstone, Samuel Jones Loyd
A letter to ... J. Glazebrook ... containing some strictures on his late publication by the author of Aplain and short account of the nature of baptism ... (i.e. G. Wakefield)
Wakefield, Gilbert ; Glazebrook, John
Warrington. The Author. 1781. 19 p.
A letter to J. Kidgell: containing a full answer to his narrative
London. Printed for J. Williams. 1763. 21 p.
A letter to ... John Blair Linn ... in defence of the pamphlet intitled Socrate and Jesus compared
Northumberland. printed by Andrew Kennedy, for P. Byrne. 1803. 60 p.
A letter to John Bull, Esq: showing the advantages of a division of land
Birmingham. Jabet and Moore. [1819?].