A letter to the free burgesses of Liverpool &c. (dated 13th July 1758)
(Liverpool. 1758). 29 p.
A letter to the free-citizen
[Dublin]. [s.n.]. 1756. 8p.
A letter to the free-citizens of the city of Dublin
Dublin. printed by James Esdall. 1749. 36p.
A letter to the freeholders of Middlesex: containing an examination of the objections madeto the return at the close of the late Middlesex election : and remarks on the political character and connexions of Sir Francis Burdett, Bart
London. printed for J. Hatchard. 1804.
A letter to the freehold farmers of Ireland
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1755. 16p.
A letter to the freemen of ... Chester: containing a brief ... sketch of the British constitution and the law of election
Chester. Printed by J. Gorton. 1818. iv, 30 p.
A letter to the freemen of Norwich, containing brief remarks on the origin, legality, and practical effects of chartered rights
Norwich. J. Dawson. 1833.
A Letter to the Gentlemen and Freeholders of the County of Dorset, concerning the next Election of Members of Parliament for the said County
London. Printed for, and Sold by A. Baldwin at the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-lane. 1713. 40 p.
A letter to the gentlemen of the common council
Citizen and watchmaker
London. M. Cooper. 1756. 26 p.
A letter to the governors, legislatures, and proprietors of plantations in the British West-India islands
London. Printed by Luke Hansard & Sons for T. Cadell and W. Davies [et al.]. 1808. 23cm.
A letter to the governors of Bethlem hospital containing an account of their management of that institution for the last twenty years: with a ... narrative of the confinement of James Norris
Haslam, John ; Norris, James
London. Taylor and Hessey. 1818. 58 p.
A letter to the ... governors of the Charter-house, in reply to certain allegations brought forward by ... M.H. Hale (sic i.e. W.H. Hale) ... respecting buildings lately erected in the ... Charter-house
Pilkington, Redmond William ; Hale, William Hale
London. Marchant. 1834. 59 p., plates.
A letter to the Hebrews
Davies, J. H
A letter to the hierarchy of the Church of England: against the union of small benefices, in favour of the division of large benefices, a postscript respecting the church in manufacturing districts
London. J. Hatchard and Son. 1834. 100p.
A letter to the high sheriff of the county of Lincoln: respecting the bills of Lord Grenville and Mr. Pitt for altering the criminal law of England, respecting treason and sedition : including a copy of the author's petition to the Honourable House of Commons, presented by Mr. Fox on Wednesday the 25th of November, 1795
London. Printed by D.I. Eaton. 1795. 16p.
A letter to the High Sheriff of the county of Lincoln, respecting the bills of Lord Grenville and Mr. Pitt, for altering the criminal law of England, respecting treason and sedition, including a copy of the author's petition to the Honourable House of Commons, presented by Mr. Fox, on Wednesday the 25th of November, 1795
London. printed for J. Johnson. 1795. ,34,,14p.
A letter to the Hon. Charles James Fox: on the death of His Grace the late Duke of Bedford
London. printed by R. Bostock. 1802. 32p.
A Letter to the Hon. Harrison Gray Otis, a member of the Senate of Massachusetts, on the present state of our national affairs: with remarks upon Mr. Pickering's letter to the governor of the commonwealth
Adams, John Quincy ; Otis, Harrison Gray
London. Reprinted for J. Johnson...by Wood and Innes. 1808. 32p.
A letter to the Honorable John C. Calhoun, vice-president of the United States, Robert Y. Hayne, senator of the United States, George M'Duffie, of the House of Representatives of the United States, and James Hamilton, Jr. Governor of the State of South Carolina
Grimke, Thomas Smith ; Calhoun, John C
Philadelphia. Thomas Kite. 1832. 17 p.
A letter to the honorary secretaries of the Church Education Society: in reference to theörd Primate's letter, recently addressed to them on the present state of the education question
Hoare, Edward Newenham
Dublin. Hodges, Smith; (etc.). 1860. 38 p.
A letter to the Honourable and Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Durham on the origin of the Pelasgi and on the original naame and pronunciation of the aeolic digamma in answer to Professor Marsh's Horae Pelasgicae
Burgess, Thomas ; Marsh, Herbert
Camarthen. Printed and sold by J. Evans. 42p.
A letter to the Honourable and Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Durham, president of the Society for Bettering the Condition of the Poor, on the principle and detail of the measures now under consideration of Parliament for promoting and encouraging industry and for the relief and regulation of the poor
Bernard, Thomas ; Barrington, Shute
London. Printed for J. Hatchard. 1807. 62p.
A letter to the Honourable Members of the Select Committee of the House of Commons: Appointed to enquire into the question of the slave trade on the East Coast of Africa
Fraser, H. A
London. W. J. Johnson. . 20p.
A letter to the Honourable Sir Thomas Drury, High-Sheriff; the Honourable Sir Edmund Isham, and Valentine Knightley, Esq; Knights of the Shire, and to the gentlemen of the county of Northampton: introductory to an account of stubborn facts concerning the absolute propriety of Mr. Freeman's Foundation in Clare Hall...and concerning the Rev. Dr. Wilcox the master, and the fellows denial of the said propriety...extracted from the founder's will
Mapletoft, John ; Hopkinson, Henry
[U.K.]. published by John Mapletoft. 1748. 19p.
A letter to the honourable the Lords Commissioners of Trade and Plantations: wherein the grand concern of trade is asserted and maintained
London. Robinson. 1748.
A letter to the Hon. Thomas Erskine: containing some strictures on his view of the causes and consequences of the present war with France
London. Longman. 1797.
A letter to the hon. Thomas Erskine containing some strictures on his view of the causes and consequences of the present war with France
London. for T.N. Longman. 1797.
A letter to the Hon. Thomas Erskine, on the prosecution of Thomas Williams for publishing the Age of Reason, part II
London. B. D. Cousins. 1834. 178p.
A letter to the inhabitant rate-payers of the parish of St. Giles, without Cripplegate: being a reply to George Meadway's pamphlet
Batley, B. E ; Meadway, George
London. printed by Poplett. 1833. 16 p.
A letter to the inhabitants and especially to the churchmen of Kenilworth, in reply to the contemptuous and calumnious mockeries of the Rev. E. R. Eardley-Wilmot, M. A. in his letter addressed to a Unitarian minister
Leamington. E. Foden. [1848?]. 24p.
A letter to the inhabitants of Bath, on church establishments and church rates: in reply to the speeches of the Venerable Archdeacon Moysey, D.D., Sir W. S. Cockburn, Bart., and the Rev. E. Tottenham, M.A., at a meeting in the assembly-rooms, Feb. 14, 1837
Bath. Printed by J. and J. Keene. [1837?]. 24p.
A letter to the inhabitants of Birmingham: being a vindication of the conduct of the writer, at the late meeting at the Shakespeare, February 11, 1817 : with animadversions upon the proceedings of the locked up meeting, at the prison, in Moor-Street, on the following day
Birmingham. Printed for, and sold by, the author. 1817. 24 p.
A letter to the inhabitants of Great Britain and Ireland, in the answer to the question, ought we rejoice at an heir to the throne being born
Haslam, C. J
Manchester. ptinted and published by C. J. Haslam. 1841. 12 p.
A letter to the inhabitants of Great Britain on the present necessity of confining or destroying their dogs
London. J. Fuller. 1760. 42 p.
A letter to the inhabitants of Plymouth-Dock and its neighbourhood, who attend public worship in the Parish Church of Stoke Damarel
Advocate for the truth
Plymouth. Printed by J. Jackson. 1816. 14p.
A letter to the inhabitants of the parish of St. Martin-in-the-fields ... (requesting donations for charitable purposes)
Dukinfield, Henry Robert
London. Dalton. 1847. 24 p.
A Letter to the Inhabitants of the Ward of Farringdon Without: On the Choice of Mr. Wilkes for Alderman
London. Printed for the Author, and Sold by H. Gardner, opposite St. Clement's Church, in the Strand. 1769. [ii], 37 p.
A letter to the inhabitants of the ward of Farringdon without, on the choice of Mr. Wilkes for alderman
London. The Author. 1769. 37 p.
A letter to the inhabitants of Westminster, exposing the conduct practised to accomplish the removal of the courts of law from the city of Westminster, to the vicinity of Temple Bar
[S.l. s.n. 1863]. 40p.
(A letter to the Irish of America from the Executive Committee outlining the policy and aspirationsof the Gaelic League and announcing the visit of Douglas Hyde, President of the League, to America in November, 1905
Dublin. 1905). (3) p.
A letter to the Irish Parliament, on the intended bill for legalizing military law
Dublin. Printed and sold by the book-sellers. 1799. 15,p. : 8vo.
A letter to the jurors of Great Britain, occasioned by an opinion of the Court of King's Bench, read by Lord Chief Justice Mansfield in the case of the King and Woodfall; and said to have been left by his Lordship with the Clerk of Parliament
Rous, George ; Woodfall, Henry Sampson
London. Printed for G. Pearch. 1771.
A letter to the laity of the Church of England, on some points connected with the Tractarian controversy
Hill, Francis Thomas
London. Seeley. 1842.
A letter to the laity of the Diocese of Natal
Colenso, John William
London. Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, & Green. 1864. 48p.
A letter to the landed gentlemen and graziers of Lincolnshire: in which are pointed out the principal causes of the present redundency of wool, and the exportation of it, proved to be impolitic and dangerous; together, with the proposal of a more safe andcertain remedy: Occasioned by, and interspersed with observations upon, Sir John Dalrymple's question on that subject
Cambridge. printed by J. Archdeacon. 1782. ,32p.
A letter to the land owners and other contributors to the poor's rates, in the hundred of Dangye, in Essex
London. sold by J. Johnson ...printed by J. Crowder and E. Hemsted. . ,67p.
A letter to the late Lord Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry upon his translation to Worcester
London. [s.n.]. 1699.
A letter to the liberal of all denominations: containing an historical refutation of the charges of Clericus Anglicanus, in his reply to the speech of George Silvertop
Andrews, William Eusebius
London. W.E. Andrews. 1826.
A letter to the linen-manufacturers of Ireland, on the subject of protecting duties
Dublin. printed by W. Porter. 1784. ,75p.
A letter to the liverymen of London tending to prove that an equality in the right of election is founded upon the same principles as a moral equal representation and that the first will be the necessary consequence of the latter
London. Printed for J. Debrett. 1783. 28p.
A letter to the livery-men of the city of London: on account of their late choice of a Lord-mayor
London. J. Robinson. 1756. 6 p.
A letter to the liverymen of the Worshipful company of Carpenters
(London. Printed by Warr). 1825. 16 p.
A letter to the livery of London: relative to the views of the writer in executing theoffice of sheriff
London. printed by Gillet. 1808. 294 p.
A letter to the living, and other poems
Putnam. 1960. 32p., 23cm.
A Letter to the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury [i.e. William Wake]: Proving that his Grace cannot be the Author of the Letter to an eminent Presbyterian Clergyman in Swisserland, in which the present State of Religion, in England, is blackened and exposed, and the present Ministry are misrepresented and traduced
London. Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford Arms in Warwick Lane. 1719. 36 p.
A letter to the... Lord Bishop of Chester on the removal of poor children from their respective settlements to the cottonand other manufactories at Manchester
London. for R.Faulder. 1792.
A letter to the Lord Bishop of London on the promulgation of the recent Papal Bull
London. J. Ridgway. [1850?]. 66p.
A letter to the Lord Bishop of London on the state of subscription in the Church of England and inthe University of Oxford
Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn
Oxford . John Henry and James Parker. 1863.
A letter to the Lord Bishop of London (Thomas Sherlock) of his Lordship's late letter to the clergy and people of the cities of London and Westminster
London. J. Robinson (etc.). 1750. 23 p.
A letter to the Lord Bishop of Norwich: explanatory of the state of dispute between the Rev. R.H., Vicar of Catton, and I.P.L., a Norwich Catholic
Norwich. Bacon, Kinnebrook and Bacon. 1838. 32 p.
A letter to the Lord Bishop of Norwich, occasioned by a letter recently addresses by that prelate, to Edward Hay, Esq., Secretary to the Catholics of Ireland, on the Roman Catholic Claims
Belfast. [s.n.]. 1815. 39p.
A letter to the Lord Bishop of Worcester: occasioned by his strictures on Archbishop Secker and Bishop Lowth in his life of Bishop Warburton now prefixed to the quarto edition of that prelate's works
Oxford. sold by J. Cooke, and Fletcher and Hanwell; and by Messrs. Rivington, London. 1796. 41,  p.
A letter to the Lord bishop of Worcester in explanation of certain statements which have been put forth relative to the Kidderminster Grammar School
Kidderminster. G. Friend. 1848. 20p.
A letter to the Lord Bishop of Worcester [i.e. Richard Hurd] occasioned by his strictures on Archbishop Secker and Bishop Lowth in his life of Bishop Warburton
Churton, Ralph ; Hurd, Richard
Oxford. sold by J. Cooke and Fletcher and Hanwell. 1796.
A letter to the Lord Chancellor on the subject of circuit leagues
Kennedy, Charles Rann
London. published by George Bell. 1850.
A letter to the Lord Chief Justice Campbell, containing remarks upon the conduct of the prosecution and the judges; withstrictures on the charge delivered to the jury, illustrative of its dangerous tendencies to the long-enjoyed rights and priveleges of Englishmen
Palmer, Thomas ; Campbell, JohnCampbell
London. T. Taylor. 1856.
A letter ... to the Lord major, aldermen and common-councel of the city of London, from Kingston, November 19, 1647: to acquaint them with His Excellencies sending Col. Hewson with one thousand foot soldiers to quarter in the city, and the grounds thereof
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. Laurence Chapman. 1647. 7 p.
A letter to the Lord Manners ... on alleged partial exercise of authority by his Lordship, and on the encouragement and protection given to our domestic factions: together with a memorial addressed to the Lords of Council
Dublin. Printed for Fitzpatrick ... ; Millikin ... ; and Hodges & M'Arthur. [1817?]. x, 78 p.
A letter to the ... Lord mayor, aldermen & commons of the city of London, relative to a report made by the committee for general purposes respecting the high bailiff of ... Southwark
London. printed by Whitney. 1817. 50 p.
A letter to the Lord mayor and citizens of London respecting the introduction of the new police
London. E. Lloyd. (1838). 13 p.
A letter to the Lord mayor and common council of the city of London by a barister (sic)
Caroline Amelia Elizabeth
London. Wright. 1821. 24 p.
A letter to the ... Lord Mayor on the state of the country: the measures to be pursued in order to obtainpeace and His Lordship's duty at the present crisis
London. The Author. 1799. 30 p.
A letter to the ... Lord Mayor ... relative to a report ... respecting the London militia
Kirkman, James Thomas
London. J.M. Richardson. (1811). 55 p.
A letter to the Lord Provost of Glasgow on the danger of burying within the city
Glasgow. John Symington. 1840. 16p.
A letter ... to the magistrates of England: intended as an exposure of the malicious calumnies utteredagainst pawnbrokers
Harrison, John Orton ; Holloway, Robert
London. The author. (1813). 15 p., plates.
A letter to the magistrates of England on the increase of crime, and an efficient remedy suggested for their consideration
Eardley-Wilmot, John Eardley
London. John Hatchard and Son. 1827.
A letter to the magistrates of the police districts of the city of Dublin, upon enforcing the laws which prohibit the grocers selling spirits in small quantities
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1812. 18p.
A letter to the Marquis of Northampton, Chairman of the Quarter Sessions for the County of Northampton
Northampton. printed by Jas. Butterfield. 1849. 63p.
A letter to the master, wardens, and court of assistants, of the Corporation of Surgeons on their permitting aliens, apothecaries, and quacks, to encroach upon the province of surgeons
London. 1776. 43 p.
(A letter to the Mayor, aldermen and common council, relative to proposed changes in the London militia)
Kirkman, James Thomas
(London. printed by R. Wilks. 1813?). 2 p.
A letter to the members and committee of the armed volunteer association of St Mary Newington in the County of Surry [sic]
Briggs, J. Hobart
London. Printed by Darton & Harvey. 1799. 44p.
A letter to the members of both Houses of Parliament on the expenditure of the Ecclesiastical Commission
Copeland, W. T
London. T. Satchell & Co, printers and lithographers. 1864.
(A letter to the members of Common council exhorting them to consider the committee's report which was presented to Common Council December 1810)
London. (1811). 1 sheet.
A letter to the members of the Belfast Unitarian Society
Belfast. Alex. Mayne. 1866. 11p.
A letter to the members of the general baptist churches in connexion with the general assembly
London. John Chapman. 1845. 8p.
A Letter To The Members of The House of Commons: On the Legal Right of Roman Catholics To Sit in Parliament
London. James Ridgway. 1829. 37p. : Pbk.
A letter to the members of the legislature, who feel a real interest in the welfare of thousands of our brave soldiers, who have suffered by sickness at Walcheren, but who have not yet escaped its fatal influence though considered to be convalescents
London. printed by H. Teape. 1810. 16p.
A letter to the merchants of Great Britain, or a proper reply to the London journal, of Dec. 12, 1730 by Peregrine English: to which is prefix'd, the scurrilous letter in the said journal, and also the letter to Mr. Fog, which he pretends to answer
London. printed for T. Warner. 1732. xx,71,p.
A letter to the metropolitan sanatory commissioners: containing an examination of allegations put forth in support of the proposition for superseding, under the name of sanatory improvement, all local representative self-government by a system of centralized patronage
Smith, Joshua Toulmin
London. Sweet. 1848. 33 p.
A letter to the ministers of the Synod of Ulster
[S.l. s.n.]. 1807. 15p.
A letter to the minority in the House of Commons, who voted on the 24th April, 1787, in favour of a motion for a repeal of the shop-tax
Shopkeeper ; Debrett, John ; Richardson, William
London. printed for J. Debrett; and W. Richardson. 1787. xi, , 25,  p.
A letter to the mistresses of families: on the cruelty of employing children in the odious, dangerous, and often fatal task of sweeping chimnies : and on the facility with which the practice may be almost wholly abolished
Hudson, J. C
London. Printed for the author by J. Wilkins. 1823. 24p.
A letter to the mistresses of families on the cruelty of employing children in the ...often fatal task of sweeping chimnies: and on the facility with which the practice may be ... abolished
Hudson, J. C
(London. Printed by J. McGowan. 182-?). 16 p.
A letter to the moderator of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland: containing a refutation of certain statements made in the last General Assembly of the same church, by the Rev. Frederick Monod : and a few strictures on the Rev. Dr. Cunningham's second edition of Stillingfleet's "Doctrines and practices of the Church of Rome" : with an appendix
Edinburgh. James Marshall. 1846. 104 p.
A letter to the moral philosopher: being a vindication of a pamphlet, entitled, The immorality of The moral philosopher
London. printed for John Noon. 1737. 38,p.
A letter to the most Noble the Marquis of Downshire, in reply to the letter of Robert Williamson, Esq., of Lambeg House, on the proposed repeal of the Transit Duty on Foreign Linens
Chaine, William ; Ferguson, Jn. L ; Ewart, Lavens Mathewson
Belfast (News Letter Office). Printed by Alexander Mackay. 1817. 39p.
A letter to the most noble, the Marquis of Lansdowne, president of the council, on the government plan of education: with an appendix
Baines, Edward ; Lansdowne, Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice
London. Ward and Co. 1847. 24p.
A letter to the National Convention of France, on the defects in the constitution of 1791, and the extent of the amendments which ought to be applied
London. Printed for J. Johnson. 1792.
A letter to the Norfolk militia, upon the proceedings of ancient nations engaged in war
London. M. Cooper. 1759.
A letter to Theobald M'Kenna, Esq. occasioned by a publication, entitled A Memoire on some questions respecting the projected union
Hamilton, John ; Moore, James
Dublin. Printed by James Moore, College-Green. 1799. 60,p. : 8vo.
A letter to the officers of the army in Ireland, on the subject of an invasion from France: Intended principally for the militia
Dublin. Printed by G. Johnson. 1796. 49p.
A letter to the parishioners of Saint Mary, Islington
(London. Printed by Ibotson. 1829). 24 p.
A letter to the parishioners of St. Cuthbert, Wells
Johnson, G. H. S
Wells. T. Green. . 15p.
A letter to the parishioners of St. Thomas the Apostle: (concerning the right of therector to certain estates within the parish)
Wilson, H. B
London. printed by Woodfall. 1826. 16 p.
A letter to the people of England, on the new project for gagging the press
London. G. Churchill. 1836. 32p.
A letter to the people of Ireland: on the subject of tythes
Friend to the constitution
Dublin. printed by and for S. Powell. 1758. 20p.
A letter to the people of Ireland
London. [s.n.]. 1770. 15p.
A letter to the people of Ireland, on the expediency and necessity of the present associations in Ireland, in favour of our own manufactures: With some cursory observations on the effects of a union
Dublin. sold by Isaac Colles. 1779. ,74p.
A letter to the people of Ireland on the present disturbed state of the country addressed to Christians ofall denominations
Clonmel. Printed by Hackett. 1822. 32 p.
A letter to the people of Ireland on the present situation of the country
Belfast. Printed at the Northern Star Office. 1796. 24p.
A letter to the people of Ireland, on the subject of tythes
Dublin. Printed by and for S. Powell. 1758. 20p.
A letter to the people of Scotland
University Microfilms. [n.d.].
A letter to the people of Scotland, in order to remove their prejudice to the Book of common prayer
London. for John Morphew. 1713. vi,172p. : 8vo.
A Letter to the people of Scotland,on the alarming attempt to infringe the articles of the union, and introduce a most pernicious innovation, by diminishing the number of the lords of Session
London. printed for Charles Dilly. 1785. ,107,p.
[A Letter to the People of Scotland upon the Present State of the Nation
[Edinburgh]. [Printed and sold by the Booksellers]. . 43 p.
A letter to the people of the United Kingdom on the proposed alteration of the Parliamentary Oath
Eardley-Wilmot, John Eardley
London. Edward Stanford. 1882.
A letter to the president of the Royal hospitals of Bridewell and Bethlem, upon the original designs and present pursuits of one ofthese ancient foundations of mercy (Bridewell)
London. Richardson. 1830. 22 p.
A letter to the Prime Minister
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1755. 16p.
A letter to the Prince of Wales, on a second application to Parliament, to discharge debts wantonly contracted since May, 1787
Miles, William Augustus
London. printed by J. Owen. .