A letter to Sir James Caldwell, fellow of the Royal Society: Occasioned by his brief examination of the question, whether it is expedient, either in a religious, or political view, to pass an act to enable Papists to take real securities for money which they may lend
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1764. 7p.
A letter to Sir John Barnard upon his proposals for raising three millions of money for theservice of the year 1746
Member of the House of Commons
London. Printed for John Hinton. (1746). 24 p.
A letter to Sir John Eden, Baronet, Chairman of the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, for the County of Durham
Newcastle. Printed by S. Hodgson, for E. Charnley. 1810. 41 p.
A letter to Sir Richard Ford and the other police magistrates upon the prevalency of gaming and the infamous practices of common informers
London. Griffiths. (1803). 37 p.
A letter to Sir Robert Bernard, bart. chairman of the Huntindonshire committee
London. printed for J. Stockdale. 1782. ,20p.
A letter to Sir Robert Inglis, Bart., M.P., on certain statements in an article of the Edinburgh Review, No.193, entitled "Bishop Phillpotts."
Phillpotts, Henry ; Inglis, Robert
London. John Murray. 1852. ,194.
A letter to Sir Robert Inglis ... on certain statements in an article of the EdinburghReview, No.193, entitled "Bishop Phillpotts"
London. John Murray. 1852.
A letter to ... Sir Robert Peel ... on the expedience of a better system of control over buildings erected at the public expense: and on the subject of rebuilding the Houses of Parliament
London. Weale. 1835. 18 p.
A letter to Sir Samuel Romilly, Knt. on the revision of the bankrupt law
Evans, William David
London. W. Reed. 1810. 101p.
A letter to Sir Samuel Romilly, M.P., from Henry Brougham, Esq. M.P.F.R.S., upon the abuse of charities
Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham ; Romilly, Samuel
London. Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown; J. Ridgeway; and A. Constable and Co., Edinburgh. 1818. , 67,p.
A letter to Sir Samuel Romilly, M.P. from Henry Brougham ... upon the abuse of charities
Brougham and Vaux, Henry Peter Brougham ; Romilly, Samuel
London. printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 1818.
A letter to Sir Samuel Shepherd, Knt. His Majesty's Attorny-General, upon the subject of his prosecutions of Richard Carlile, for publishing Paine's Age of reason
London. R. Carlile. 1819. 28p.
A letter to Sir William R. Hamilton: President of the Royal Irish Academy ... in reply to certain charges made against the author by Sir William Betham
Petrie, George ; Betham, William
Dublin. Graisberry. 1840. 46 p.
A letter to Sir William Windham: II. Some reflections on the present state of the nation ; III. A letter to Mr. Pope
Bolingbroke, Henry St. John ; Pope, Alexander ; Wyndham, William
London. printed for A. Millar. 1753. 531 p.
A letter to Sir William Windham. II. Some reflections on the present state of the nation. III. A letter to Mr. Pope
Bolingbroke, Henry St. John ; Smith, John ; Wyndham, William ; Pope, Alexander ; Bolingbroke, Henry St. John ; Bolingbroke, Henry St. John
Dublin. Printed for J. Smith, at the Philosophers-Heads, on the Blind-Quay. MDCCLIII . ,305,p. : 12mo.
A letter ... to ... Spencer Percival, relative to the establishment of a navalarsenal at Northfleet
Melville, Henry Dundas
London. Samuel Bagster. (1810?). 48 p.
A letter to Sydenham Singleton, Esq; chairman of the committee, appointed by the Hon. House of Commons, to enquire into the state of the lunatics in this city: On the present state of the insane poor in this kingdom : And on such provision as may be thought most eligible for them
Dublin. printed by M. Mills. 1777. 16p.
A letter to teachers: reflections on schooling and the art of teaching
San Francisco. Jossey-Bass. 1991. xv, 148 p.
A letter to the agriculturists of the County of Salop
Whitmore, W. W
London. Houlston & Stoneman. 1841. 24 p.
A letter to the anti-Jacobin reviewers
Birmingham. printed by James Belcher. 1799.
A letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury: on the subject of the church property
London. Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy. 1824. -102, p.
A letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury from the Bishop of Exeter
London. John Murray. 1850. 91 p.
A Letter to the author (G. Anderson), of a late book entitled An estimate of the profit and loss of religion
(s.l. s.n.). (175-?). 28 p.
A letter to the author of a letter from a citizen of London to a friend in the country: containing a ... narrative of ... debates and proceedings in common-council relative to the distribution of ... tickets for the King of Denmark's masquerade
London. J. Wilkie. 1768. 55 p.
A letter to the author of a paper signed Anonymous, which appeared in the Warwickshire Journal for February 14, 1771
Coventry. printed by T. Luckman. 1771.
A letter to the author of the calculations in the White-hall evening post, relating tothe South-sea stock: with an answer to the ... insinuations against the Estimate of the value of South-sea stock
London. 1720. 15 p.
A letter to the author of the lubrications during a short recess
London. printed for J. Stockdale. 1782.
A Letter to the Author of the Memorial of the State of England [i.e. John Toland]
London. Printed [s.n.]. in the Year 1705. [ii], 32 p.
A letter to the author of the North Briton, in which the low scurrillities, and glaring falsehoods of that paper are detected: by aNorth Briton
London. Printed for the author. 1763. 52 p.
A letter to the author of the Review of the case of the Protestant dissenters: with a short address to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of St. David's
London. Printed for P. Elmsly. 1790. 66 p.
A letter to the author of The review of the case of the Protestant dissenters; with a short address tothe right Reverend The Lord Bishop of St. David's
Englefield, Henry Charles
London. printed for P. Elmsly. 1790.
A letter to the author of the vindication of the proceedings of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, concerning thelegality of that Court
Philonomus Anglicus ; Care, Henry
[Oxford?]. Printed Eleutheropolis. [1688?].
A letter to the Belfast First Company of Volunteers, in the Province of Ulster
Hertford, Francis Ingram Seymour Conway
Belfast. Printed by Henry and Robert Joy and Co. 1782. 30p.
A letter to the ... Bishop of London: upon certain circumstances connected with the National Society for Promoting the Education of the Poor in the Principles of the Established Church
Page, Cyril William
London. Rivington. 1846. 40 p.
A letter to the Bishop of London, containing a charge of fornication against Edward, Lord Thurlow, Lord High Chancellor ofEngland, with His Lordship's de bene esse defence
Cassandra ; Thurlow, Edward
London. Printed for the author. .
A Letter to the Bishop of Sarum[i.e. Gilbert Burnet]: Being an Answer to His Lordships Pastoral Letter
[London]. Printed [s.n.]. in the Year 1690. [i], 41,  p.
A letter to the Bishop of St. David's, on some extraordinary passages, in a charge, delivered to the clergy of his diocese, in September, 1813
Meadley, George Wilson ; Burgess, Thomas
London. Printed for J. Johnson and Co. 1814. 24p.
A letter to the Bishops of the Church of England on the necessity of liturgical adjustment arising from the principles and practice of the school of tractarian theology
London. Seeley, Burnside, and Seeley. 1843.
A letter to the Caput of the University of Cambridge on the rejection of the grace for abolishing subscription
Member of the Senate
London. for J. Johnson. 1788.
A letter to the Catholic clergy of the Archdioceseof Armagh
Dublin. James Duffy. 1850. 43 p.
A letter to the Chairman of the committee
(London?. 1720?). 2 p.
A letter to the Christian public of Ireland on the Rev. T.D. Gregg's Notices of Independency
Gregg, Tresham D
Dublin. Porteous. 1840. 25 p.
A letter to the "Churchman"
Leeds. Printed by T. Inchbold. 1827. 16p.
A letter to the citizens of Bristol, by an old inhabitant
Bristol. Printed by Henry Hill. 1837. 18p.
A letter to the citizens of Bristol, on the conduct of Dr. E. L. Fox, concerning the late riots
Bristol. Printed and sold by J. Rose. 1793. 14p.
A letter to the citizens of Dublin
Dublin. printed and sold by William Johns[t]on. 1749. 20p.
A letter to the citizens of London: Attempting to prove, that the being a dissenter is no excuse for not serving the office of sheriff of the city of London; and that a dissenter has no hard usage, when he is fined for not serving the same
London. T. Cooper. 1739. 27 p.
A letter to the citizens of London ... addressed to the Court of aldermen, and dedicated to the Right honourable Brass Crosby, Lord mayor
Holloway, Robert ; Grates, Thomas
(London). Bladon. 1771. 35 p.
A letter to the citizens of London, concerning their election of members for the ensuing Parliament
London. 1702. 1sheet.
A Letter to the clergy of the borough of Stroud: containing a reply to the animadversions of one of their namelessbrethren on the author ; Tracts for fustian jackets and smock frocks no.s 1-18
Stroud. B. Bucknall. 1847?.
(A letter to the clergy of the diocese of London)
(London. Motte. 1690). 3 p.
A letter to the clergy of the diocese of Sarum: to which are added directions relating to orders, institutions and licences
Salisbury. printed by B.C. Collins. 1789.
A letter to the clergy of the diocess of Norfolk and Suffolk: wherein they are desired to challenge the Quakers once more to meet them in the face of the country in order to prove which of them are Christ's ministers which may be done according to the method herein laid down with very little disputation and to the great satisfaction of the auditory
J., S ; Field, John
[London. s.n. 1699].
A letter to the clergy whose schools are connected with the Diocesan Church Education Societies in the united dioceses of Ossory, Ferns, and Leighlin
O'Brien, James Thomas
Dublin. Curry; (etc.). 1860. 46 p.
A Letter to the colonists of Queensland
Marsh, Matthew Henry
Salisbury printed. 1859. 36p.
A letter to the ... commissioners of the Westminster New Bridewell ... on ... unsettled claims
(London). printed by Whiting. 1838. 24 p.
A letter to the committee appointed by the College of Physicians to review their Pharmacopoeia
London. Cooper. 1743. 16 p.
A letter to the committee of the Essex and Colchester general hospital upon the recentdiscovery ... of a ... Roman sculpture, representing the Theban Sphinx
Hay, Edward William Auriol Drummond
Colchester. Printed by Swinborne. 1821. 68 p.
A letter to the Common Council and livery of ... London, on the abuses existing in Newgate
Bennet, Henry Grey
London. Ridgway. 1818. 79 p.
A letter to the Common council of the city of London: With remarks on Lord Chief justice Pratt's letter to the city of Exeter
London. W. Nicoll. 1744. 38 p.
A letter to the Communist Party, People's Republic of China
New York. Political Affairs. . 13p., 13p.
[A letter to the Comte de Cazes eulogising lithography with specimens of the art]
Lasteyrie du Saillant, Charles Philibert
[Paris]. [ca. 1815].
A letter to the conductor of the Critical review on the subject of religious toleration: with occasional remarks on the doctrines of the trinity and the atonement
Cambridge. printed by J. Smith and sold by J. Deighton. 1810.
A letter to the congregation of Protestant dissenters at Hackney: amongst whom the author now ministers. With a postscirpt (!) to all others to whom he has formerly preach'd
London. T. Cox. 1737. 32 p.
A letter to the congregation of Protestant dissenters at Hackney: amongst whom the author now statedly ministers. With a postscript to all others to whom he has formerly preached
London. Printed for T. Cox. 1737. 32 p.
A letter to the Council of the Manchester School of Design on the system of instruction pursued in that school
Manchester. Manchester School of Design. .
A letter to the court of directors for affairs of the United Company of Merchants of England trading to the East Indies, concerning the proposed supervisorship
London. Richardson & Urquhart. 1769. 15 p.
A letter to the critical reviewers occasioned by their account of Scott's Poetical works, in their review for July 1782
London. Buckland. 1782. 24 p.
A letter to the curate of Hemel-Hempstead, Herts: in reply to a tract entitled "A country curate's protest against the interference of a Wesleyan preacher in his parish." : with remarks upon the curate's conduct in takiing away religious tracts from houses where they had been distributed
London. Printed for the author. 1852. 24p.
A letter to the ... dean of St. Paul's printed at the request of the executive committee for the completion of St. Paul's Cathedral
Sutton, Frederick Heathcote
London. Rivingtons. 1871. 8 p.
A letter to the D. of P. in answer to the arguing part of his first letter to Mr. G
London. Printed by Henry Hills,1687. 36p.
A letter to the Dublin-Society: on the improving their fund : and the manufactures, tillage, &c. in Ireland
Dublin. printed by R. Reilly, for G. Ewing. 1739. 56p.
A letter to the Dublin Society, from Sir James Caldwell, Fellow of the Royal Society. Giving an account of the culture and quality of several kinds of grass lately discovered. To which is added, the second edition of his proposal for the increase of apiaries in Ireland. Addressed to the Dublin Society. Which proposal was approved of, and premiums offered to the amount of 100l. by the Society for the encouragement of apiaries, according to the plan laid down in said proposal, to be adjuged the 3d. of nextOctober
Dublin. Printed by and for S. Powell and Son, in Dame-street, opposite Fownes's-street. M DCC LXV . ,20,16p. : 8vo.
A letter to the Duke of Newcastle...respecting His Grace's conduct in the disposal of commissions in themilitia: together with some remarks touching the French Revolution; a reform of Parliament in Great Britain, and the Royal Proclamation of the 21st of May
London. printed for J.S. Jordan. 1792.
A letter to the Earl of Camden: containing a full, correct, and authentic narrative of the transactions connected with the recent duel : From the pilot
London. printed for James Ridgway. 1809. viii,46p.
A letter to the Earl of Carlisle: occasioned by His Lordship's reply to Earl Fitzwilliam's two letters exhibiting the present stateof parties in Ireland, vindicating the late viceroy's administration, and the characters of the persons with whom he associated in council
Carlisle, Frederick Howard ; Fitzwilliam, William Wentworth Fitzwilliam
London. Printed for E. Crossby. 1795. 36 p.
A letter to the Earl of Carlisle, from William Eden, Esq: On the representations of Ireland, respecting a free trade
Auckland, William Eden
Dublin. printed by R. Marchbank. 1779. 47p.
A letter to the Earl of Lauderdale containing strictures on his lordship's letters to the peers of Scotland
London. printed for T.N. Longman. MDCCXVC [i.e. 1795].
A letter to the Earl of Liverpool: on the reports of the committees of the two Houses of Parliament, on the questions of the Bank Restriction Act
Birmingham. printed and sold by R. Wrightson. 1819.
A letter to ... the Earl of Liverpool: proposing to finish the east wing of Somerset House,for national galleries of sculpture and painting
Croker, John Wilson ; Liverpool, Robert Banks Jenkinson
London. John Murray. 1823. iv, 34 p.
A letter to the Earl of Liverpool: suggesting a plan for relieving the country from its financial embarrassments
Merchant ; Liverpool, Robert Banks Jenkinson
London. printed for the author, by Charles Wood. 1817.
A letter to the Earl of Liverpool on the cause of our present embarrassment and distress: and the measures necessary for our effectual relief
Western, C. C
London. James Ridgway. 1826.
A letter to the Earl of Liverpool on the reports of the committees of the two Houses of Parliament, on the questions of the Bank Restriction Act
Attwood, Thomas ; Liverpool, Robert Banks Jenkinson ; Smith, Timothy
Birmingham. printed and sold by R. Wrightson. 1819.
A letter to the Earl of Liverpool, on the subject of the Greeks
Erskine, Thomas Erskine
London. John Murray. 1822.
A letter to the Earl of O----d, concerning the bill of peerage
London. Printed for J. Roberts. 1719. 32 p.
A letter to the Earl of Shelbourne, now Marquis of Landsdowne, on his speech, July 10, 1782, respecting the acknowledgement of American Independence
Dublin. Printed for G. Burnet. 1791. 48p.
A letter to the Earl of Shelbourne, now Marquis of Landsdown, on his speech, July 10, 1782, respecting the acknowledgement of American independence
Dublin. printed for G. Burnet. 1791. 48p.
A letter to the Earl of Shelburne, &c.&c.&c. from a noble earl of the kingdom of Ireland, upon the subject of final explanation respecting the legislative rights of Ireland
Bellomont, Charles Coote
London. printed for G. Robinson and J. Robson. 1783. ,82p.
A letter to the Earl of Shelburne on his speech, July 10, 1782, respecting the acknowledgement of American independence
London. reprinted for J. Stockdale. 1783.
A letter to the Earl of Wycombe, &c. &c. from Mr. Miles on the present state of Ireland
Miles, William Augustus ; Lansdowne, John Henry Petty
London. Printed for R. Faulder and Vernor and Hood by T. Gillet. 1804. (1), 86 p.
A letter to the editor of the Edinburgh review: in answer to some statements contained in no. CV of that work, respecting Westminster School
London. Hatchard. 1831. 16 p.
A letter to the editor of the Journal of sacred literature: in reply to two articles by S. Davidson published in that periodical, and professing to criticise a book entitled Principles of Textual criticism
Porter, John Scott ; Davidson, Samuel
London . Simms & M'Intyre. 1849. 24 p.
A letter to the editor of the letters: on the spirit of patriotism, the idea of a patriot-king, and the state of parties, &c. : Occasioned by the editor's advertisement
London. Printed for J. Roberts. 1749. 27 p.
A letter to the editor of the miscellanies of Thomas Chatterton
Strawberry Hill. printed by T. Kirgate. 1779. 55p.
A letter to the editor of the miscellanies of Thomas Chatterton
[Twickenham]. Strawberry-Hill, printed by T. Kirgate. 1779. ,55,p.,plate.
A letter to the editor of the Quarterley review, in reply to an article in the last number of that journal, on the subject of Church rates
London. Westley and Davis. 1936. 24p.
A letter to the editor of the Quarterly Review, occasioned by its animadversions on a work entitled Divine influence
Bristol. printed by Richard Short. 1825.
A letter to the editor of The Times
Tooke, John Horne
London. printed for J. Johnson by Wood and Innes. 1807. 22p.
(A letter to the editor of the Times on the petitions of the Common Council against the wars and on the need for reform
(London. printed by Causton. 1816). 8 p.
A letter to the editors of the Leeds Mercury, on the unhappy dissensions of the Methodists in Leeds
Leeds. printed for H. Spink. 1827. 8p.
A letter to the editors of the Orthodox churchman's magazine, or, Somewhat for the opening of the books, and especially that of the book of life
Triebner, Christopher Frederic
Hull. Printed by Robert Peck. 1804. 20p.
A letter to the electors of Bath, on the Municipal Corporation Reform Bill; with a postscript on the conduct of Sir Robert Peel and others, on the discussion of the question
Roebuck, J. A
London. John Longley. .
A letter to the electors of Bath, on the municiple corporation reform bill: with a postscript on the conduct of Sir Robert Peel and others, on the discussion of the question
Roebuck, John Arthur
London. John Longley. . 16p.
A letter to the electors of Ireland, on the projected measure of an union. With some friendly hints to the borough patrons of Ireland
Freeholder ; Moore, James
Dublin. Printed for J. Moore, no. 45, College-green. 1799. ,16,p. : 8vo.
A letter to the electors of Westminster
Elliot, John Lettsom
(London). J. Hearne. 1847. 69 p.
A letter to the electors upon the Catholic question
York. Printed by Thomas Wilson and Sons ...; sold by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, ... London; and by J. and G. Todd, York. 1826. ,43,p.
A letter to the English nation: wherein the dreadful consequences of war are considered and exposed : More particularly addressed to those pure lovers of their country
Member of the Birmingham Constitutional Society
[Birmingham?]. Sold by all the booksellers. . 8p. : 8vo.
A letter to the E[arl] of B[ute]
London. printed for J.Wilkie. 1765. ,32p.
A letter to the farmers of England, on the relationship of manufactures and agriculture
London. James Ridgway. 1843.
A letter to the Fellows of the Royal and the Royal Astronomical Societies, in reply to the obituary notice of the late Rev. Richard Sheepshanks, by thePresident and Council of the Royal Society; and report of the Council of the Royal Astronomical Society to the thirty-sixth annual general meeting
London. [s.n.]. 1856.
A letter to the First Belfast Company of Volunteers, in the province of Ulster
Hertford, Francis Ingram Seymour Conway ; Byrne, Patrick
Dublin. Printed by P. Byrne, No. 35, College-Green, opposite the statue of King William. M DCC LXXXII . 39,p. : 8vo.
A letter to the First Belfast Company of Volunteers in the Province of Ulster
Hertford, Francis Ingram Seymour Conway
London. Printed for John Debrett. 1783. ,53,p.