A letter to the Rev. William E. Channing, on the subject of his letter to the Rev. Samuel C. Thatcher, relating to the review in the Panoplist of American Unitarianism
Boston. printed by Samuel T. Armstrong. 1815. 36p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Alexander Macdonnell, Resident Commissioner of National Education: in reply to The Catholic case stated, &c
Stopford, Edward A ; Kavanagh, James W
Dublin. Hodges, Smith. 1859. 23 p.
A letter to the Right Honble. Lord Erskine, &c. &c. &c. concerning the Bill now pending in the imperial parliament for the relief of certain insolvent debtors, with observations upon the decisions of some of the Irish Judges
Adams, Philip ; Shea, John
Dublin. Printed by John Shea, 42, College-Green. 1806. ,22p. : 8vo.
A letter, to the Right Honble [s.c.] the Earl of Warwick; on his opposition to the resolutions, proposed and carried, at a general meeting ofthe inhabitants of Warwick, on the subject of the new assessed Tax Bill
Inhabitant of Warwick
[s.l.]. printed for the author. 1798.
A letter to the Right Hon. Chas. Poulett Thomson on the Corn-Law question
London. Simpkin and Marshall. 1833.
A letter to the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, Esq., from a dissenting country attorney: in defence of his civil profession and religious dissent
Birmingham. by John Thompson. 1791.
A letter to the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, Esq. from a Dissenting country attorney; in defence of his civil profession, and religious dissent
Birmingham. Printed by John Thompson. 1791.
A letter to the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, in reply to his 'Reflections on the Revolution in France'
London. Printed for John Stockdale. 1790.
A letter to the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, in reply to his "Reflections on the revolution in France, &c."
Member of the Revolution Society ; Burke, Edmund
London. printed for John Stockdale. 1790. viii, 66p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Henry Dundas ... on the statement of the affairsof the East-India Company, lately published by George Anderson
Tierney, George ; Dundas, Henry ; Anderson, George
London. Debrett. 1792. 47 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Henry Grattan: on the deplorable consequences resulting to Ireland, from the very low price of spirituous liquors; pointing out the causes of the aggravated encrease of those evils, and entreating his attention to the necessity and means of remedying them
Dublin. printed for J. Parry. 1811. 20p.
A letter to 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 ; Taunton, Henry Labouchere
London. Ridgway. 1841. 31 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Henry, Lord Brougham and Vaux, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, on analteration in the Poor Laws, the employment of the people, and a reduction of the poor rate
Richardson, J ; Brougham and Vaux, Henry Peter Brougham
London. Hatchard & Son. 1831.
A letter to the Right Hon. H. Labouchere, M.P. &c. &c. by C.N. Newdegate, Esq., M.P. on the balance of trade, ascertained from the market value of all articles imported during the last four years
Newdegate, C. N ; Labouchere, Henry
London. Seeleys. 1849.
A letter to the Right Hon. H. Labouchere, M.P. President of the Board of Trade, upon the right, necessity, and duty, of government interference in railway affairs: with especial reference to the establishing a uniform system of railway accounts, and an independent audit of such accounts, as an effectual remedy for existing evils
London. Smith, Elder and Co., 65, Cornhill. 1849. 61, p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Lloyd Lord Kenyon, relative to some conduct ofthe College of Physicians of London ... in the case of Dr. Stanger
Wells, William Charles
London. 1799. 136 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Lord Brougham and Vaux, Lord High Chancellor: on the constitution and proceedings of the present commission for the public records
Nicolas, Nicholas Harris
London. Pickering. 1832. 146 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Lord Brougham and Vaux on the police reports and the police bills
London. J. Murray. 1839. 63 p.
A letter to the Right hon. Lord Campbell, on the 9 & 10 Victoria, Cap. 93: being an act for compensating the families of persons killed by accidents. - (26 Aug. 1846.) : showing the injustice of the measure and the propriety of its immediate repeal
London. John Chapman. 1854. 37p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Lord John Russell, from Thomas Fowell Buxton on certain allegations recently made in the House of Commons in the debate on Sir George Strickland's Motion for the abolition of Negro apprenticeship
Buxton, Thomas Fowell ; Russell, John
London. J. Hatchard and Son. 1838.
A letter to the Right Hon. Lord John Russell, M.P., on the best mode of avoiding the evils of mixed gauge railways and the break of gauge
Locke, Joseph ; Ridgway, James
London. printed by James Ridgway, 169, Piccadilly. . 15, p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Lord John Russell on his refusal to give a share of the grant for education to the Protestants of the established church in Ireland
Daly, Robert ; Russell, John Russell
Waterford. Harvey. 1847. 14 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Lord King, in defence of the conduct of the directors of the banks of England and Ireland, whom His Lordship (In a publication entitled, "Thoughts on the restriction of payments in specie," &c. &c.) accuses of abuse of their privilege: With remarks on the cause of the great rise of the exchange between Dublin and London, and the means of equalizing it
Boase, Henry ; King, Peter King
London. printed by W. Bulmer and Co. ... for G. and W. Nicol. 1804. ,52p.
A letter to the Right Honorable Lord Ashley relative to the case Nottidge versus Ripley
Wingett, Thomas Tozer
Dundee. James Chalmers. 1849.
A letter to the Right Honorable Lord Viscount Sidmouth ... on the subject of the present defective system of licensing public-houses and liquor=shops; the propriety of a revision of that system, the necessity of clear and definite laws, and an appeal in behalf of the body of licensed victuallers
London. Printed for the author. 1817. 74p.
A letter to the Right Honorable the Lord Lambert, from a lover of peace and truth. Being a most faithful advice how to chuse the safest way to the happy ending of all our distractions: Also, a declaration from the King of Scots, how the army shall be fully satisfied all their arrears, with a large overplus : Together with an assurance and indempnity to all that have been engaged and active in any the late wars. That all armies shall be disbanded, and his government alwayes regulated by a free and full Parliament, triennially to be called: And, the people secured of their liberties, and eased of all illegal burthens and taxes
S. L ; Lambert, John
[London]. [s.n.]. 1659. ,6p.
A letter to the right honorable the lord-mayor, the worshipful, the aldermen, the recorder, and the rest of the gentlemen of the committee appointed for the rebuilding of the jail of Newgate
Janssen, Stephen Theodore
London. (s.n.). 1767. 63 p.
A letter to the Right Honorable the Lord Viscount Sidmouth... on the expected parliamentary provision in furtherance of general education
Whitehead, W. B
London. [s.n.]. 1820.
A letter to the Right Honorable William Lenthall Esq. Speaker of the Parliament of England. Giving a true relation of a late great victory obtained by the Parliaments forces against the Scots neer Dundee the taking the old Generall Lesley, Lord Chancellour Louden, Lord Crauford Linsey, Lord Ogleby, and 300 more, whereof divers of quality. As also a true relation (with the particulars) of a great victory by our forces neer Worcester against the King of Scots army, 5000 of the enemy kild and taken, and the taking of the Royall Fort in Worcester
T. L ; Stapleton, Robert ; Lenthall, William
London. Printed by Francis Leach. 1651.
A letter to the right honourable and honourable the directors of Greenwhich Hospital, containing an exposure of the measures resorted to, by the medical officers of the London Eye Infirmary, for the purpose of retarding the adoption, and execution of plans for the extermination of the Egyptian opthalmia from the army, and from the kingdom. submitted for the approval of government
Rawson, William ; Adams, William
London. Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy. 1817. ,152p.
A letter to the Right Honourable and Honourable the Lords and Commons of Great Britain, on the advantages of apprenticeships
London. Sherwood, Neely, and Jones. 1814. 32 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable and Honourable the Trustees of the Linen Manufacture
Dublin. Printed by James Hunter. 1759. 24p.
A letter to the right honourable and honourable the trustees of the linen manufacture, and also, to the trustees for distributing bounties, &c. &c
Dublin. printed by John Rea. 1791. 20p.
A letter to the Right Honourable author of A letter to a citizen: with animadversions on the answer therto, and on the behaviour ofthe Corporation of the City of London
London. Printed for J. Hinxman. 1761. 87 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, on the late conduct of his party
Fox, Charles James
London. printed at the Logographic Press. 1789.
A letter to the Right Honourable Earl Fitzwilliam occasioned by his two letters to the Earl Carlisle
Playfair, William ; Fitzwilliam, William Wentworth Fitzwilliam
Dublin. Printed by McKenzie. 1795. 24 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Earl Temple: upon the probable motives and consequences of his lordship's conduct with regard to Mr. Wilkes
Wilkes, John ; Temple, Richard Grenville-Temple
London. W. Nicoll. 1763. 12 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Edmund Burke: on the present state of Ireland
Curran, John Philpot
Dublin. printed by J. Chambers. 1795. 50p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Edward Lord Thurlow, Lord High Chancellor of England, on the conduct of Parliament, towards the insolvent debtors; and imprisonment for debt; containing a plan for preventing the future imprisonment of the person, and putting the creditor in a more speedy way of obtaining payment
Peisley, J ; Thurlow, Edward
London. printed at the Logographic Press. 1789.
A letter to the Right Honourable George Canning, on his proposed motion in favour of Catholic emancipation
O'Beirne, Thomas Lewis
[Dublin]. London: printed and Dublin re-printed, by R. Napper,for M. Keene. 1812. ,,-59p.
A letter to the Right Honourable George Canning on the bill of 1825 for removing the disqualifications of His Majesty's Roman Catholic subjects, and on his speech in support of the same
Phillpotts, Henry ; Canning, George
London. John Murray. 1827. ,167,p.
A letter to the Right Honourable George Grenville: occasioned by his publication of the speech he made in the House of Commons on the motion for expelling Mr. Wilkes, Friday, February 3, 1769 : to which is added, a letter on the public conduct of Mr. Wilkes, first published November 1, 1769
Almon, John ; Grenville, George
London. Printed for Isaac Fell. 1769. 130p.
A letter to the Right honourable grocer (William Pitt, Earl of Chatham): to which is prefixed, an essay on the origin of pensions in England
London. The author. 1761. 39 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Henry Grattan, on the state of the labouring poor in Ireland: with Mr.Grattan's Answer. (Etc.)
Sandys, M ; Grattan, Henry
Dublin. printed by B. Dugdale. M.DCC.XCVI (1796). 39 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Henry Labouchere, Chief Secretary of Ireland, on the more effective application of the system ofrelief by means of soup kitchens
Simpson, James ; Labouchere, Henry
London. Whittaker. 1847.
A letter to the Right Honourable James, Earl of Kildare, on the present posture of affairs: With some occasional reflections on the conduct of a certain Justice of Peace, on Friday the 10th instant
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1754. 28p.
A letter to the right honourable J---n L---d A---y
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1773. 15p.
A letter to the Right Honourable John Ponsonby, Esq; speaker of the honourable House of Commons: Concerning the abuse of spirituous liquors
Dublin. printed for Peter Wilson. 1760. 24p.
A letter to the Right Honourable J- P-, S---r of the H---e of C---s in I----d
London. printed for J. Wilkie. 1767. 46p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Lord Henley: containing remarks on his plan of cChurch reform
London. Wightman. 1832. 96p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Lord Holland, on the joint opinion of Mr. Baron Alderson and Mr. Justice Patteson, and on the judgment of Lord Lyndhurst, in the case of Lady Hewley's Trust
Holland, Henry Richard Vassall
London. Rowland Hunter; and Effingham Wilson. 1836. iv, 34p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Lord M..., on the affairs of America
Member of Parliament
London. printed for J. Almon. 1775.
A letter to the Right Honourable Lord Sidmouth, one of His Majesty's principal Secretaries of State, &c. shewing the extreme injustice to individuals and injury to the public, of the present system of public-house licensing; and proposing a constitutional remedy for its numerous evils
Beaumont, J. T. Barber ; Sidmouth, HenryAddington
A letter to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Althorp, M.P., Chancellor of the Exchequer: in defence of the cotton factories of Lancashire
Hoole, Holland ; Spencer, John Charles Spencer ; Sowler, Thomas
Manchester. Printed by T. Sowler. 1832. 16 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount H[ow]e, on his naval conduct in the American war
London. printed for J. Wilkie. 1779. ,50,p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Melbourne: on the causes of the recent derangement in the money market, and on bank reform
Torrens, R ; Melbourne, William Lamb
London. Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, & Green. 1837. 66p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Palmerston, M.P., etc. ... , on the home policy which the present war-time needs; and the legislation relating therto
Smith, Toulmin ; Palmerston, Henry John Temple
[London]. printed for special circulation. 1855.
A letter to the Right Honourable Mr. Secretary Hobart. on the present claims of certain Roman Catholics
Dublin. printed by Richard White. 1792. ,40p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Nicholas Vansittart, on the creation of money, and onits action upon natural prosperity
Attwood, Thomas ; Vansittart, Nicholas
Birmingham. printed and sold by R. Wrightson... [et al]. 1817.
A letter to the Right Honourable S.H. Walpole, secretary of state, on the present state of crime in Birmingham, its extent, cause and remedy
Phipson, Richard B
Birmingham. printed by Benjamin Hall. .
A Letter to the Right Honourable Sir Charles Manners Sutton, K.G.C.B., Speaker of the first House of Commons, elected under the Reform bills of 1832, on the measures required for the immediate relief and permanent benefit of the United Kingdom
Canterbury, Charles Manners-Sutton
London. Simpkin and Marshall. 1834. 88p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Sir Ralph Gore, Bart. Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons, and Chancellor of His Majesty's Exchequer in Ireland. Concerning a lately published Proposal for a voluntary subscription to erect a trophy in memory of thedeliverance of this kingdom, by the glorious victory at the Boyne
Dublin. Printed in the year, M,DCC,XXXII . 15,p.
A letter to the Right honourable Sir William Domville ... the Lord mayor of London
London. printed byRichard Taylor. 1814. 147 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Spencer Perceval ... in consequence of the notice given by him in the House of Commons, in the year 1800, that he would submit to the reconsideration of that House, a Bill for the prevention and punishment of adultery
London. printed for Joseph Stockdale. 1810.
A letter to the Right Honourable Spencer Perceval, on the augmentation of a particular class of poor livings without burthening the public
London. printed for J. Hatchard. 1810. ,61,p.
A letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Carnarvon ... in reply to a pamphlet entitled Confederation considered in relation to the interests of the Empire
[London. G. Westerton. 1866]. 78p.
A letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Darnley: on the introduction of a labour rate, for the employment of the poor in Ireland
Dublin. Chambers. 1831. 79 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Durham, K.G.B., lord high commissioner and governor in chief of Her Majesty's North American possessions, &c. &c. &c: calling His Lordship's attention to the advantages to be derived by allowing a free transit of merchandise through Canada to the state of Michigan and Wisconsin Territory, as a means of preserving our friendly relations with the United States, with observations as to the river St. Lawrence, for extending the commerce of the empire and enriching the Canadas
Buchanan, James ; Durham, John George Lambton
[United States?. s.n.]. 1838. 25 p.,  folded leaf of plates.
A letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Liverpool: containing an inquiry into the policy of now conceding, and the probable consequences of now refusing Catholic emancipation : with new propositions relative to the emancipation and disfranchisement bills, and some facts relative to Irish Catholics, offered to the attention of the electors of Great Britian
London. James Ridgway. 1825. 30p.
A letter to the right honourable the Earl of Morton: president of the Royal Society, containing experiments and observations on the agreement between the specific gravities of the several metals, and their colours when united to glass, as well as those of their other preparations
London. 1765. ,29p.
A letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Shelburne, First Lord of the Treasury
Towers, Joseph ; Jenkin, Caleb ; Walker, Thomas ; Exshaw, John ; Byrne, Patrick
Dublin. Printed for C. Jenkin, T. Walker, J. Exshaw, and P. Byrne. M DCC LXXXII . 37,p. : 8vo.
A letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Shelburne, on the fatal consequences of suffering the French to invade Corsica, and possess the sovereignty of the Mediterranean seas
Flexney, William ; Lansdowne, William Petty
London. printed for W. Flexney. 1768. , 49,  p. : 8vo.
A letter to the Right Honourable the E--l of T--q--r
London. printed for R. Freeman, jun. [1746?]. , 49,  p. : 8vo.
A letter to the Right Honourable the Lord B---y: being an inquiry into the merit of his defence of Minorca
Blakeney, William Blakeney
london. Printed for R. May. 1757.
A letter to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor: occasioned by His Lordship's nomination of five persons, disqualified by act of Parliament, as fit and proper persons to serve the office of sheriffs : in which the nature and design of the Corporation Act is impartially considered and stated
London. Sold by J. Roberts ..., J.Noon ..., and J. Gray. 1738. 44 p.
A letter to the Right honourable the Lord mayor, aldermen & Common council of ... London, against the unconstitutional re-sale of the vacant appointment of Secondary ... (and) a letter from the same writer to John Blackett ... (on the same subject)
Pearson, Charles ; Blackett, John
London. Effingham Wilson. 1828. 72 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor (i.e. Sir John Barnard), occasioned by His Lordship's nomination of five persons, disqualified by act of Parliament, as fit and proper persons to serve the office of Sheriffs: In which the nature and design of the Corporation Act is impartially considered and stated
London. Sold by J. Roberts, J. Noon, and J. Gray. 1738. 44 p.
A letter to the Right honourable the Lord mayor of London in reply to the letter ... addressedto him by Mr. Jos. Hedley: with remarks upon the prospectus ... issued for forming a West London gas company and also upon the delusive nature of many of the projects for gas lighting
Matthews, William ; Hedley, Joseph
London. R. Hunter. 1828. 38 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable the lord mayor, the worshipful alderman, and common-council: the merchants, citizens and inhabitants, of the city of London. From an old servant
London. Printed for W. Nicoll. 1762. 90 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, the Worshipful Aldermen, and Common-Council; the merchants, citizens and inhabitants, of the city of London
London. Printed for W. Nicoll. 1762. 90 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable William Brownlow, on the present administration
Dublin. printed by A. Roche. 1784. 28p.
A letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt
Dublin. printed by James Moore. 1799.
A Letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt, Chancellor of the Exchequer, &c: on the conduct ofthe bank directors, with cursory observations on Mr. Morgan's pamphlet, respecting the expence of the war, and the state of the national debt
Pitt, William ; Morgan, William
London. Printed for John Stockdale. 1796. 35 p.
A Letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt, Chancellor of the Exchequer, on the National Debt
Oxford. Sold by Messrs. Fletcher and Hanwell, Cooke, Bliss, ... Messrs. Rivington, Cadell, Elmfly, Robinsons, Richardson, White, Egerton, Payne, and Faulder, London; Mr. Lunn, Cambridge; Messrs. Crutwell, Meyler, and Hazard, Bath; Messrs. Pearson and Swinney, Birmingham; Mr. Lloyd, Bristol; Messrs. Clarke and Fawconer, Manchester; Mr. Baker, Southampton, &c. 1795. [i], 71,  p.
A letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt, First Lord of the Treasury and Chancellor of the Exchequer, on the subjects of toleration and church establishments: occasioned by his speech against the repeal of the Test and Corporation Acts, on Wednesday the 28th of March, 1787
London. Printed for J. Johnson and J. Debrett. 1787. 45 p.
A Letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt, First Lord of the Treasury, and Chancellor of the Exchequer, on the subjects of toleration and church establishments, occasioned by his speech against the repeal of the Test and Corporation Acts, on Wednesdaythe 28th of March, 1787
Priestley, Joseph ; Pitt, William
London. Printed for J. Johnson and J. Debrett. 1787.
A letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt, on the doctrines laid down by him respecting the introduction of foreign troops
London. printed for G. G. and J. Robinson. 1794. 28p.
A letter to the Right Honourable William Wickham, chief secretary to his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland ... on the subject of Mr. Scully's advice to his catholic brethren
Smith, William Cusack ; Wickham, William
Dublin. R.E. Mercier. 1803. 23cm.
A letter to the Right Honourable William Wickham, on the subject of Mr. Scully's advice to his Catholic brethren
Smith, William Cusack
Dublin. Printed by and for R.E. Mercier. 1803. 60 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable William Windham, on the intemperance and dangerous tendency of his public conduct
London. Printed for H. D. Symonds. 1795. 50 p.
A letter to the Right Honourable Wills Earl of Hillsborough, on the connection between Great Britain and her American colonies
Dublin. printed for Elizabeth Lynch. 1768. 40p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Robert Peel: on the pernicious effects of a variable standard of value, especially as it regards the condition of the lower orders and the poor laws
Oxford . Printed for J. Murray. 1819. 104 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Robert Peel ... on the supply of water to the Metropolis
London. W. Nicol. 1828. 25 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Sir John Sinclair ... supporting his arguments in refutation of those advanced by Mr. Huskisson, on the supposed depreciation of our currency: Including a letter to Sir Charles Price ... in August last, on the Report of the Bullion committee
Siordet, J. M
[London]. printed and published by H.K. Causton. 1811. ,v,48p.
A letter to the Right hon. Sir Robert Peel ... on the fatal ... consequences of his currency bill, and facts demonstrative of his intention to subvert public liberty ... through the espionage ... of the new police
London. W. Strange. (1835). 41 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Sir Wm Scott, &c. &c. M.P. for the University of Oxford, in answer to Mr. Brougham's letter to Sir Samuel Romilly, upon the abuse of charities, and ministerial patronage in the appointments under the late Act
Ireland, John ; Scott, William
London. Printed for J. Hatchard. 1818.
A letter to the Right Hon. Spencer Percival, Chancellor of the Exchequer, &c. &c., on the subject of certain claims upon government: together with some observations on the motives which appear to have actuated his conduct in resisting them : and containing an appeal to the British nation, on the most wanton and invidious aspersion made by him, in his ministerial capacity, of the character of the late, ever to be lamented, Lord Nelson
Glencairn, Isabella Cunningham
Bristol. Printed by Philip Rose. 1812. 30p.
A letter to the Right Hon. the Earl of Enniskillen, Grand Master of the Orangemen of Ireland: respecting two pamphlets lateley published in the District of St. Stephen's, Dublin
Maunsell, George Woods
Dublin. Printed by Webb and Chapman. 1850. 36p.
A letter to the Right hon. the Lord mayor, on the formation of a local court for the city oföndon
London. Maurice. 1844. 16 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Thomas Harley, esq: Lord Mayor of the city of London. To which is added a serious expostulation with the livery, on their late conduct, towards John Wilkes, esq; during the election of the four city members
London. Printed for W. Bingley. 1768. (54) p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Thomas Harley ... Lord Mayor of the City of London: To which is added, a serious expostulation with thelivery, on their late conduct, towards John Wilkes ... during the election of the four city members
Wilkes, John ; Harley, Thomas
London. Bingley. 1768. 54 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. W.E. Gladstone, M.P., Chancellor of the Exchequer, &c. &c., on the necessity of an immediate relaxation of the Currency Act of 1844
Stansfeld, Hamer ; Gladstone, W. E
London. Effingham Wilson. 1853.
A letter to the Right Hon. W.E. Gladstone upon a land scheme for Ireland
Clarke, Charles Baron
London. Macmillan and Co. 1881. 20 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. William Curtis, Lord Mayor of the City of London, on the national debt and resources ofGreat Britain; interspersed with observations financial, commercial, and political: and in reply to Paine's "Decline and fall of the English system of finance"
Pope, Simeon ; Curtis, William ; Paine, Thomas
London. printed by H. Macleish. 1796.
A letter to the Right Hon. William Pitt: containing some new arguments against the abolition of the slave trade
Randolph, Francis ; Pitt, William ; Britannicus
London. Printed by A. Macpherson, Russell Court, Drury Lane. 1804. , 33,  p. (last p. blank).
A letter to the Right Hon. William Pitt
York. J. Johnson ... and J. Stockdale ... London, and J. Todd, York. [1793?]. 39 p.
A letter to the Right Hon. Wm. Pitt, as Chancellor of the Exchequer; requiring him as such, to do the author justice, in paying... some back salary that he claims, as heretofore Attorney General, and Judge of Common Pleas, in Canada
Southhouse, Edward ; Pitt, William
[London]. printed for the author. [ca.1798].