A letter to the Right Rev. Dr. John Milner, D.D. upon certain erroneous statements, and incorrect quotations affectingthe character of eminent divines of the Church of England, in a book entitled The end of religious controversy
Garbett, John
London. printed for C. and J. Rivington. 1826.

A letter to the Right Rev. Dr. Philpotts, Lord Bishop of Exeter: on ordination in the Church of England
Sinnott, John
Wexford. printed at "The Independent" Office. 1840. 36 p.

A letter to the Right Rev. Dr. Philpotts... on his Lordship's speech in the House of Lords, June 19: as reported in the Morning Chronicle, June 20, 1840, on the order of the day for going into committee on the Municipal Corporations (Ireland) Bill, being read
Clifford, Hugh Charles
London. C. Dolman. 1840.

A letter to the Right Rev. Dr. Warren
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. [1794?]. 94p.

A letter to the Right Revd. Thomas Burgess ... containing remarks on his Lordship's introduction to the doctrine of the trinity, and to the Athanasian creed
Clergyman of the Church of England ; Burgess, Thomas
London. Printed for J. Rodwell. 1815. 92p.

A letter to the Right Reverend author of The divine legation of Moses demonstrated
Lowth, Robert ; Warburton, William
London. printed for A. Millar, and J. Dodsley. 1766.

A letter to the Right Reverend author of The divine legation of Moses demonstrated; in answer to the appendix to the fifth volume of that work: with an appendix containing a former literary correspondence by a late professor in the University of Oxford
Lowth, Robert ; Millar, Andrew ; Dodsley, James
London. printed for A. Millar, and J. Dodsley. MDCCLXVI. [1766]. 143p.

A letter to the Right Reverend Author of The Divine Legation of Moses Demonstrated [i.e. William Warburton]; In Answer to The Appendix to the Fifth Volume of that Work: With An Appendix, containing a former Literary Correspondence
Lowth, Robert ; Warburton, William
Oxford. Printed, at the Clarendon Printing-House; and sold by A. Millar and J. Dodsley, in London. 1765. [3], 4-102, [103-105], 106-139p.

A letter to the Right Reverend Edward Ld Bishop of Worcester: concerning some passages relating to Mr. Locke's essay of humane understanding, in a late discourse of His Lordships, in vindication of the Trinity
Locke, John
London. Printed by H. Clark, for A. and J. Churchill. 1697. 227 p.

A letter to the Right Reverend Father in God, Henry Pepys, D.D., Lord Bishop of Worcester, Visitor of King Edward's School, and President of the General Hospital, Birmingham: on corruptions and abuses and clerical delinquency in those institutions
Gutteridge, Thomas
Birmingham. printed for the author. 1846. 21cm.

A letter to the Right Reverend Father in God, Henry Pepys, D.D., Lord Bishop of Worcester, Visitor of King Edward's School and President of the General Hospital, Birmingham, on corruptions and abuses and clerical delinquency in those institutions
Gutteridge, Thomas
Birmingham. The Author. 1846. 23 p.

A letter to the Right Reverend Father in God, Richard, Lord Bishop of Oxford, on occasion of No. 90, inthe series called 'The tracts for the times'
Newman, John Henry ; Bagot, Richard
Oxford. John Henry Parker. 1841.

A letter to the Right Reverend Samuel, Lord Bishop of St. David's, occasioned by his sermon on The principle of vitality in man, &c. preached on Sunday, March 22, 1789, for the benefit of the Humane Society
London. printed for J. Johnson. 1789. 44p.

A letter to the Right Reverend Samuel, Lord Bishop of St. David's, on the charge he lately delivered to the clergy of his diocese
Jones, David ; Horsley, Samuel
London. printed for J. Johnson. 1791.

Aletter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Chichester upon the emancipation of the Jews
Montagu, Basil
London. William Pickering. 1834.

A letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of ------- concerning his Defence of the ancient historians, &c. Which may serve as a postscript to his Lordship's Preface
Hibernicus
Dublin. printed by George Faulkner. 1733. 23,[1]p.

A letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Durham: containing some observations on the climate of Russia, andthe northern countries, with a view of the Flying Mountains at Zarsko Sello near St. Petersbourg
King, John Glen
London. J. Dodsley. 1778.

A letter to the right reverend the Lord Bishop of London: occasioned by his lordship's late charge to his clergy
Wesley, John
Bristol. Printed by Felix Farley. 1749. 23p.

A letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Norwich, on some passages in the reports of two speeches said tohave been addressed by his Lordship, in St. Andrew's Hall, Norwich, to the Church Missionary Association, and to the Auxiliary Bible Society
Forby, Robert
Norwich. Bacon, Kinnebrook. 1815.

A letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Oxford: from the Master of the Temple. Containing remarks upon some strictures made by His Grace the late Archbishop of Canterbury, in the Revd. Mr. Merrick's annotations on the Psalms
Sharpe, Gregory ; Secker, Thomas ; Lowth, Robert
London. Printed by W. Richardson ... and sold by T. Longman ... J. Dodsley ... R. Dymott ...and J. Murray. 1769. (2), 62 p.

A letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Oxford, from the Master of the Temple: containing remarks upon some strictures made by His Grace the late Archbishop of Canterbury, in the Revd. Mr. Merrick's annotations on the Psalms
Sharpe, Gregory
London. printed by W. Richardson; and sold by T. Longman; J. Dodsley; R. Dymott; and J. Murray. 1769. [2],62p.

A letter to the Right Reverend The Lord Bishop of Salisbury: in reply to his letter, dated March 2, 1842, addressedto the Rev. A. Brandram, one of the secretaries of the British and Foreign Bible Society stating the reasons of His Lordship's retirement from that Society
Hoare, Edward H ; Denison, Edward
London. Printed by Richard Watts. 1842.

A letter to the Right Rev. Father in God, Richard Lord Bishop of Oxford: on the tendency to Romanism imputed to doctrines held of old, as now, in the English church
Pusey, E. B ; Bagot, Richard
Oxford. J.H. Parker. 1839.

A letter to the Right Rev. Father in God, Richard Lord Bishop of Oxford, on the tendency toRomanism imputed to doctrines held of old, as now, in the English Church
Pusey, E. B ; Bagot, Richard
Oxford. J.H. Parker. 1839.

A letter to the Right Rev. John Bird, Lord Bishop of Chester: with remarks on his late charge, more especially as related to the doctrine of justification; with a reference to the state of things in the University of Oxford
Perceval, A. P ; Bird, John
London. Printed for J.G.F. and J. Rivington. 1841.

A letter to the right Rev. Thomas Burgess, Lord Bishop of St. Davids containing remarks on his lordship's introduction to the doctrine of the trinity and to the Athanasian Creed
London. Rodwell and Martin. 1817. 98p.

A letter to the right worshipful William Fripp, Esq., Mayor of Bristol: [on the fate of the episcopal see]
Clarke, W. L ; Fripp, William
Bristol. Mirror. 1836. 15p.

A letter to the Roman catholic clergy of Ireland, on the primary doctrine of revealed religion, and the purity of the early Irish church
Carmichael, Andrew ; Catholicus Verus
London. R. Hunter. 1824. 68p. xxiv.

A letter to the Roman Catholics of Dublin
Moore, Thomas
Dublin. printed by Fortune and Blyth, for Gilbert and Hodges. 1810. [2],36,[1]p.

A letter to the Royal academy of sciences, Paris
Baskerville, John
Berkeley. [s.n.]. 1957. [4] p.

A letter to the Royal Canal Company
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1790. 23p.

A letter to the R.R. Thomas Flynn, George Beeston, William Hartley... [et al.] in answer to their late address to the Catholic clergy of England
Flynn, Thomas ; Warmole, John
London. printed for J.P. Coghlan... P. Keating... and Thomas Booker. [ca. 1792].

A letter to the Rt. Hon. and Hon. the Members of both houses of Parliament: regarding the doctrines of the Established Church
Thrush, Thomas
[London]. Printed for the author. 1836. 14 p.

A letter to the Rt. Hon. Charles Abbot, on the arrangement of Irish records, and the assimilation of Irish to English statute law
Duhigg, Bartholomew Thomas
Dublin. printed by J. Barlow. 1801. 37p.

A letter to the Rt. Hon. Charles Abbot, Speaker of the House of Commons: containing an inquiry into the most effectual means of the improvement of the coasts and western isles of Scotland, and the extension of the fisheries : with a letter from Dr. Anderson to the author, on the same subject
Fraser, Robert ; Abbot, Charles ; Anderson, James
London. Printed by W. Bulmer for G. and W. Nicol. 1803. [4],104p.

A letter to the rt. hon. Charles James Fox upon the dangerous and inflammatory tendency of his late conduct in Parliament
Bentley, Richard
London. by J. Downes. 1793.

A letter to the Rt. Hon. Lord Althorp, chancellor of the Exchequer, &c. &c., on the subject of the duty on printed cottons
Potter, Edmund ; Spencer, John Charles Spencer ; Ridgway, James ; Forrest, Thomas
London. James Ridgway. [1831?]. 48 p.

A letter to the Rt. Hon. Sir David Dundas: on the position and prospects of Westminster School
Scott, Charles Brodrick
(London. printed by Blanchard. 1861). 16 p.

A letter, to the Rt. Hon. Sir James Eyre, Lord Chief Justice of the common pleas; on the subject of the cause, Boulton & Watt v. Hornblower & Maberly: for the infringement on Mr. Watt's patent for an improvement on the steam engine
Bramah, Joseph ; Eyre, James
London. Printed for John Stockdale. 1797.

A letter to the Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Peel, Bart., M.P. containing an answer to Mr. Samuel Jones Loyd's proposition for the suppression of the country banks of issue: and for the establishment of one general bank of issue
Brodie, W. B ; Peel, Robert ; Overstone, Samuel Jones Loyd
London. Simpson, Marshall & Co. 1840. 24 p.

A letter to the Rt. Hon. The Earl of Derby, D.C.L., Chancellor of the University of Oxford, on university and college reform
Wilson, Henry Bristow ; Derby, Edward George Geoffrey Smith Stanley
London. James Ridgway. 1854. 43p.

A letter to the Rt. Hon. Thomas Conolly, secretary to the Whig Club: To which are added, the declarations and resolutions of that society
Cooke, Thomas ; Conolly, Thomas
Dublin. printed by W. Porter. 1789. [2],63p.

A letter to the Rt. Hon. Thomas Conolly, Secretary to the Whig Club, to which are added, the declarations and resolutions of that society
Cooke, Thomas ; Conolly, Thomas ; Cooke, Edward
Dublin. Printed by W. Porter, Skinner-row. 1790. [2],63,[1]p. : 8vo.

A letter to the Rt. Hon. Thomas Spring Rice, M.P., Chancellor of His Majesty's Exchequer, &c. &c. containing a plan for the bettermanagement of the British Museum
Millard, John ; Rice, Thomas Spring
[s.l.]. [s.l.]. 1836.

A letter to the Rt. Hon. Viscount Melbourne upon the reform of the appellate jurisdiction of the House of Lords, the appointment of a permanent judge in the Court of Chancery, and upon the removal of the courts from Westminister Hall
Webster, Edward
London. S. Sweet. 1836. 29p.

A letter to the select committee of the Cumberland navigation canal
Harrison, Thomas ; Jollie, Francis
Carlisle. printed by F. Jollie and sons. 1808. 13p.

A letter to the shareholders and council of the University of London, on the present state of that institution
Conolly, John
London. printed by T. Davison. 1830. 28 p.

A letter to the shareholders and policy holders of the European Assurance Society on the subject of its recentamalgamation with the British Nation Life Assurance Association
Callow, John
London. W. Dawson. 1865. 16 p.

A letter to the shareholders and policy holders of the European Assurance Society, on the subject of recent amalgamationwith the British Nation Life Assurance Association
Callow, John
London. Wm. Dawson & Sons. 1865.

A letter to the shareholders of the British Iron Company, showing the past and present losses of the speculation: withsuggestions to realize the future profit of the concern
Cort, Richard
London. printed for the author by Compton and Richie. 1826.

A letter to the shareholders of the Crystal Palace Company
Fuller, Francis
London. Printed by Alfred Boot. (1874). 22 p.

A letter to the sheriffs, commons, and citizens, of the city of Dublin
Commoner
Dublin. Printed by James Esdall. 1749. [3]-8p.

A letter to the Societies of United Irishmen of the Town of Belfast: upon the subject of certain apprehensions which have arisen from a proposed restoration of Catholic rights
Jones, William Todd
Dublin. Printed by J. Chambers, Abbey-street. 1792. [2],98p.

A letter to the Societies of United Irishmen of the town of Belfast, upon the subject of certain apprehensions which have arisen from a proposed restoration of Catholic rights
Jones, William Todd
Dublin. Printed by P. Byrne. 1792. 42p.

A letter to the Society of booksellers, on the method of forming a true judgement of the manuscripts of authors: also of the knowledge of new books, and ... method of distributing them for sale
London. Millan. 1738. 52 p.

A letter to the society of Christians known by the name of United Brethren
Bromhead, G. F
Bristol. John Evans. 1816. 33p.

A letter to the Sub-Governor, Deputy-Governor, & Directors of the South-Sea Company
(London. 1720). 4 p.

A letter to the subscribers to the eighth edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, on the articles 'Calvin' and 'Channing' in the sixth volume of that work
Gordon, John
London. E.T. Whitfield. 1854. 57p.

A Letter to the three absolvers, Mr. Cook, Mr. Collier and Mr. Snett: Being reflections on the papers delivered by Sir John Friend,and Sir William Parkyns, to the sheriffs of London and Middlesex: at Tyburn ... April 3, 1696, which said papers are printed ... and answered
Collier, Jeremy ; Snatt, William ; Cook, John
London. Printed for R. Baldwin. 1696. 16 p.

A letter to the tradesmen, farmers, and the rest of the good people of Ireland: very proper to be read in all famlies, at this critical juncture
Gast, John
Dublin. [s.n.]. 1754. 36p.

A letter to the tradesmen, farmers, and the rest of the good people of Ireland (etc.)
Gast, John
Dublin. 1754. 36 p.

A letter to the Treasurer of the Society instituted for the purpose of effecting the abolition of the slave trade
Nickolls, Robert Boucher
London. by James Phillips. 1787. 16 p.

A letter to the treasurer of the ... Society of the Middle Temple (by a barrister and fellow of the Society): With a short accountof its origin, and the nature of its institutions
London. Printed by Richard Watts. 1835. 21 p.

A letter to the Unitarian Christians in south Wales: occasioned by the animadversions of ... the... Bishop of St. David's
Belsham, Thomas ; Burgess, Thomas
London. R. Hunter. 1816. xii, 132p.

A letter to the Unitarian Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge and the practice of virtue by the distribution of books: to which is prefixed an introduction, by Thomas Belsham
Roberts, William ; Belsham, Thomas
London. Printed for the Unitarian Society, by Richard and Arthur Taylor. 1818. xxvii,[1], 20p.

A letter to the Ven. and Rev. Francis Wrangham, M.A. F.R.S. Archdeacon of Cleveland, on the subject of his charge delivered to the clergy at Thirsk on the 18th of July, 1821: With an appendix, containing a letter from the author to the inhabitants of the parish of Filiskirk, with a preface, and additional notes, also a letter from a lady, on subjects connected with the above charge
Thrush, Thomas
York. printed by T. Wilson and Sons and sold by R. Hunter. 1822. 72,67p.

A letter to the very Rev. Archdeacon Daubeny... exposing the misrepresentations, &c. &c. of his third chapter on transubstantiation contained in the "Protestant's companion"
Brown, Thomas Joseph
London. Booker. 1826. 45 p.

A letter to the very Reverend the Dean of Chichester [i.e. George Chandler], on the agitation excited by the appointment of Dr. Hampden to the See of Hereford
Hare, Julius Charles
London. James Ridgeway. 1848. 21cm.

A letter to the Very Rev. G. Chandler, D.C.L., Dean of Chichester, and Rector of All Souls', Langham Place, etc.,etc., containing some remarks on his sermon, preached in the Cathedral Church of Chichester, on Sunday, October 15th, 1843, "On the occasion of publicly receiving into the Church a covert from the Church of Rome"
Tierney, M. A ; Chandler, G
London. C. Dolman. 1844.

A letter to the Vice-Chancellor of England: in reply to his Honour's remarks relative to the British and Foreign Unitarian Association, delivered December 23, 1833, in pronouncing his judgement in the case of the Attorney-General v. Shore and others
Yates, James ; Shore, Samuel ; Shadwell, Lancelot
London. R. Hunter. 1834. 104p.

A letter to the Vice-Chancellor of England, in reply to His Honour's remarks relative to the British and Foreign Unitarian Association, delivered December 23, 1833, in pronouncing his judgement in the case of the Attorney-General v. Shore and others
Yates, James ; Shadwell, Lancelot
London. Sold by R. Hunter. 1834. 88p.

A letter to the Vice-Chancellor of England (Sir Lancelot Shadwell): in reply to his Honour's remarks relative to the British and Foreign Unitarian Association ... in the case of the Attorney-General v. Shore and others
Yates, James ; Shadwell, Lancelot
London. Hunter (etc.). 1834. 83 p.

A letter to the Volunteers, upon the subject of a Parliamentary Reform
Doria, Andrew
Dublin. printed by D. Graisberry. 1784. 32p.

A letter to the Whigs
Englishman
London. printed for J. Almon. 1779.

A letter to the Whigs: occasion'd by the Letter to the Tories
Walpole, Horace ; Cooper, Mary
London. printed for M. Cooper, at the globe in Pater-noster Row. 1748. [2], 40p.

A letter to the whole body of the proprietors of the Exeter post-coach relating to a hare of which that coach was robbed, at the Saracen's head, in Friday-street, London on or about the eleventh day of February, 1772
Channing, A ; Thomson, W
Salisbury. The Author. 1773. 26 p.

A letter to the women of England: and The natural daughter
Robinson, Mary ; Robinson, Mary ; Robinson, Mary ; Setzer, Sharon M
Ontario. Broadview Press. 2003. 336 p.

A letter to the women of England, on slavery in the Southern States of America: considered especially in reference to the condition of the female slaves, most of the facts from the observation of the author while travelling in the South
Yates, Edward
London. J. Snow. 1863. 68p.

A letter to the workers in Price's patent candle company: (with) a collections of ... letters and papers ... about its educational work
Wilson, James Pillans
(London. 1855). vii, 194 p.

A letter to the workers of Europe and America
Lenin, V.I
Moscow. Foreign Languages Publishing House. 1954. 20p.

A letter to the working classes on ritualism: its teachings, its object, your duty
Soltau, George William
London. Elliot Stock. 1873. [2],3-16p.

A letter to the world
Dickinson, Emily ; Godden, Rumer
London [etc.]. The Bodley Head. 1968.

A Letter to the worshipful Sir John Barnard, Knt: one of the representatives in Parliament and alderman of the city of London : onthe act of Parliament for naturalizing the Jews
London. Printed for J. Bouquet. 1753. 19 p.

A letter to Thomas Attwood, Esq. in reply to his speech, at the public meeting, held in Birmingham, May 8, 1829,for the prupose of considering the distressed state of the country
Redfern, William
Birmingham. printed and published by J. Belcher and Son. 1829.

A letter to Thomas Clarkson
Cropper, James ; Clarkson, Thomas ; Stuart, Charles
Liverpool. Printed by Egerton Smith and Co. 1832.

A letter to Thomas Payne, Esq. written in consequence of the one lately addressed to him to Mr Secretary Dundas
Paine, Thomas
Edinburgh. printed for William Creech. 1792. 45p.

A letter to Thomas William Coke, Esq. of Holkham: wherein a full answer is given to his advertisement published in the Norfolk Chronicle and Norwich Mercury, May 2, 1778
Gardiner, Richard ; Leicester, Thomas Coke
London. M. Folingsby. 1778.

A letter to those ministers and members of the Church of Scotland, who have lent themselves to the Dens' Theology humbug: showing from the Westminster Confession of Faith, the larger catechism, and other authorized documents, that John Knox, and our Protestant reformers... : Dedicated (without permission) to the Reverend Henry Cooke, D.D. Minister of May-Street Congregation, Belfast
Member of the General Synod of Ulster
Edinburgh. Published by William Tait. 1836. viii, [9]-39p.

A letter to Thos. Wakley, Esq., M.P: being an answer to calumny, and a statement of reasons for not having supported Mr. Wakley at the recent Finsbury election
Rogers, George ; Wakley, Thomas
London. Pattie. (1837). 23 p.

A Letter to three wives
Mankiewicz, Joseph L
London. Channel 4. 1996. 1 videocassette (115 min.).

A Letter to three wives
Mankiewicz, Joseph L
[U.K.]. BBC?. 1994. 1 videocassette (115 mins.).

A letter to T. Peacock
Shelley, Percy Bysshe ; Peacock, Thomas Love
London. 1901.

A letter to Travers Hartley, Esq; on the subject of the Sugar Bill, and the resolutions of the body of merchants
Byrne, Patrick
Dublin. Printed by Pat. Byrne. 1780. 16 p. : 8vo.

A letter to T.W. Coke, esq., M.P. on the tendency of certain speeches, delivered ... in ... Norwich, on ... April 5, 1817
Coke, Thomas William
Norwich. Printed by Stafford. 1817. 63 p.

A letter to Veronica: the last days of Veronica Guerin, crime reporter
Sheridan, Michael
Dublin. Poolbeg. 1999. 266p. [8]p. of plates.

A letter to Vice-Admiral Sir Thomas Byam Martin: containing an account of the mutiny of the Fleetat Spithead, in the year 1797, in correction of that given in Captain Brenton's naval history of the last war
Colpoys, Edward Griffith ; Colpoys, John ; Martin, Thomas Byan
London. printed by Woodfall. 1825. 47 p.

A letter to Viscount Palmerston, concerning the question of Schleswig-Holstein
Wurm, Christian Friedrich ; Palmerston, Henry John Temple
London. Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans. 1850. 31p.

A letter to Viscount Palmerston ... on the present condition of Poland, founded partly on personal observation
Birkbeck, William Lloyd
London. Macmillan. 1864. 55p.

A letter to ... Viscount Sidmouth: upon ... the bill lately introduced by His Lordship into theHouse of Peers ... (relating to Protestant dissenting ministers)
Belsham, Thomas ; Sidmouth, Henry Addington
London. Johnson. 1811. 52 p.

A letter to ... Viscount Sidmouth ... on ... licensing public-houses and liquor shops
London. TheAuthor. 1817. 74 p.

A letter to ... Warren Stormes Hale, chairman of the committee of the City of London School
Davison, David ; Hale, Warren Stormes
London. Smallfield. 1837. 29 p.

A letter to W.B. Yeats
Strong, L. A. G
London. Hogarth Press. 1932.

A letter to ... W.E. Gladstone ... on the trial of the pix, in Her Majesty's mint
Watherston, James Henderson ; Gladstone, W. E
London. printed by G. Norman. 1860. 34 p.

A letter to ... William Beckford, Lord-mayor and conservator of the river Thames: from Sir Stephen Theodore Janssen ... Chamberlain of London
Janssen, Stephen Theodore ; Beckford, William
(London). Wilkie. 1770. 23 p.

A letter to William Cobbett
Briton ; Cobbett, William
[Birmingham. T. Knott, jun., printer. 1819]. 8 p.

A letter to William Eden, Esq: On the subject of his to the Earl of Carlisle; the Irish trade
Sheridan, Richard
Dublin. printed by M. Mills. 1779. 37p.

A letter to William Gifford, esq., on the late edition [by H. Weber] of Ford's plays: chiefly as relating to Ben Jonson
Gilchrist, Octavius ; Weber, Henry William
London. printed for John Murray. 1811. 45 p.

A letter to William King, LL.D: principal of St. Mary Hall in Oxford. Containing a particular account of the treasonable riot at Oxford, in Feb. 1747
Blacow, Richard
London. R.Griffiths. 1755. 48p.

A letter to William Lawrence, Esq. F.R.S. on the nature and causes of intellectual life and the mind
Addison, William
London. Thomas and George Underwood. 1830. 35 p.

A letter to William Nichlson
Conrad, Joseph
London. Eighteen Nineties Society. 1985. (7)p.

A letter to William Pitt, Esq: concerning the fifteen new regiments lately voted by parliament: wherein some of the general arguments, together with his in particular, for opposing the motion to address his majesty, are fairly answered, and the case itself is shortly and plainly stated
Hervey, Thomas
London. printed for W.Webb. 1746. 39p.

A letter to William Smith, Esq. in answer to his address to the people of Ireland; in which his assertion of an absolute despotic power being acknowledged by our constitution is particularly examined
One of the People ; Smith, William Cusack ; Moore, James
Dublin. Printed by James Moore, No. 45, College-Green. 1799. [2],37,[1]p. : 8vo.

A letter to William Smith, Esq. M.P
Southey, Robert ; Smith, William
London. John Murray. 1817. 45 p.

A letter to William Wilberforce: ...containing remarks on the reports of the Sierra Leone Company, and African Institution : with hints respecting the means by which an universal abolition of the slave trade might be carried into effect
Thorpe, Robert
London. for F.C. and J. Rivington...by Law and Gilbert. 1815.

A letter to William Wilberforce, Esq, on the subject of his late publication
Wakefield, Gilbert
London. printed for the author, by A. Hamilton; and sold by G. Kearsley. 1797. [4],71,[5]p.

A letter to W. Manning ... on the causes of the rapid and progressive depreciation of West India property
Bosanquet, Charles
London. printed by S. & M. McDowall and sold by Richardsons. [1807?].

A letter to W. Mason, A.M., precentor of York: from J. Murray, bookseller, in London
Murray, John
London. 1788.

A letter to working mothers on how to have healthy children and avoid weakening pregnancies
Stopes, Marie
Leatherhead, Surrey. The Author. 1919.

A letter to W. Phipson, street commissioner, on the impropriety of his conduct, at the Birmingham rate payers' meeting
Russell, Joseph
Birmingham. printed by J. Russell. 1828.

A letter unto Mr. Stubs, in answer to his Oceana weighed, &c
Stubbe, Henry
London. Printed for J.S. 1660. 7p.

A letter upon Church matters to the editor of the "Times"
Country Vicar
London. William Pickering. 1845.

A Letter upon the mischievous influence of the Spanish Inquisition as it actually exists in the provinces under the Spanish Government
London. printed for J. Johnson and Co. 1811. 21cm.

A Letter whearin, part of the Entertainment untoo the Queenz Majesty, at Killingwoorth Castl in Warwick Sheer, in this Soomerz Progrest 1575, iz signified: from a freend Officer attendant in the Coourt, unto his freend a Citizen and Merchaunt of London
Laneham, Robert
Warwick. Printed by and for J. Sharp, and Sold by Messrs. Rivington's St. Pauls Church Yard, London. 1784. 90 p.

A letter wherein, part of the entertainment untoo the Queenz Majesty, at Killingwoorth Castle in Warwick Sheer, in this Soomerz progrest 1575, iz signified: from a freend officer attendant in the Court, unto his freend a citizen and merchant of London
Laneham, Robert
Warwick. printed by and for J. Sharp. 1784.

A letter wherein part of the entertainment unto Queenz (Queen) majesty at Killingwoorth castl (Kenilworth castle) in Warwicksheer (Warwickshire)
(s.l.). J. Sharp. 1784.

A letter with a narrative, written to ... Thomas Allen, Lord major ... concerning a strange sight that appeard over ... London, in... 1642
Butler, Nathaniel ; B., N
London. 1659. 1 sheet.

A letter withovt any superscription, intercepted in the way to London: Published, that the poore people of England may see the intentions of those whom they have followed
Printed. in the yeare, 1643. 8 p.

A letter written by Colonel George Mackenzie with a short account of his descendants
Mackenzie, Alexander W
Columbus. [s.n.]. 1905.