An address to the inhabitants of Leeds
Giles, John Eustace
Leeds. D.I. Roebuck, Printers. 1836. 4p.

An address to the inhabitants of London, from the court of assistants of the ... company
(London. The Company). 1794. 15 p.

An address to the inhabitants of Loughborough and the vicinity on the erection of a Roman Catholic Chapel in that town
Aristogeiton
London. Rivington. 1839.

An address to the inhabitants of Newry
Palme
[Newry]. [s.n.]. 1783. 24p.

An address to the inhabitants of Nottingham: occasioned by a letter lately sent to the mayorand some other members of the corporation of that town : with an appendix on the subject of the Test-laws
Wakefield, Gilbert
London. Printed by Burbage. 1789. 30 p.

An address to the inhabitants of Nottingham occasioned by a letter lately sent to the Mayor and some other members of the corporation of that town: with an appendix on the subject of the Test-laws
Wakefield, Gilbert
London. for J. Johnson. 1789. vi,31p.

An address to the inhabitants of St. James's, Westminster, on certain local circumstances affecting the health of rich and poor
Retired churchwarden
London. Ridgway. 1847. 26 p.

An address to the inhabitants of ... St. Luke's, Berwick Street ... on the late visitation of cholera
Arnott, Samuel
London. Skeffington. 1854. 23 p.

An address to the inhabitants of St. Pancras, St. Mary-le-bone, St. Giles and St. George, Bloomsbury, and St. George, Hanover square, pointing out the means of obtaining a plentiful supply of fish
London. Lloyd. 1815. 15 p.

An address to the inhabitants of the parish of Christ-church, Surrey: containing a narrative of facts, circumstances, and proceedings, pending the consideration of the late bill in Parliament for enlarging the cemetery of this parish
(London). printed by Bursleim. 1817. 95, 194 p.

An address to the inhabitants of the parish of St. Anne, Westminster: containing a full state of his case with the Revd. Dr. Hind
Martyn, Thomas
London. G. Corrall. 1777. 59 p.

An address to the inhabitants of the two great cities of London and Westminster: in relation to a pastoral letter said to be written by the Bishop of London, to the people of his diocess, occasion'd by some late writings in favour of infidelity
Tindal, Matthew
London. printed ... by J. Peele. 1730.

An address to the inhabitants of Upton-on-Severn, Worcestershire
Beale, Thomas ; Tayler, H. J
Upton. W.E.Cooper. [1845?]. 22p.

An address to the inhabitants of Wednesday, Birmingham, and the neighbouring towns, on the soul-destroying tendency of modern anti-ology, or, hero-worship
Dawson, George
Wednesday. Edward Ellis. [1849]. 11p.

An address to the Irish people
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
London. Journeyman Press. [197-]. 70p.

An address to the Irish Roman Catholics: on the necessity of arming the government and constitution with the whole energies of Ireland, at the present crisis
Dublin. printed, and distributed (gratis) by the author. 1797. [2],ii,40p.

An address to the Jewish Nation
Cowan, Anna
Belfast (70, High Street). Printed by James Wilson. 1834. 58p.

An Address to the jurymen of London
London. Printed for C. Corbett. 1752. 17 p.

An address to the King and people of Ireland, upon the system of final adjustment contained in the twenty propositions which have passed the British House of Commons, and are now before the British House of Lords
Dublin. printed and sold by R. Marchbank. 1785. 28p.

An address to the King, moved in the House of Lords by the Earl of Lauderdale, Friday, June 5, 1795
Lauderdale, James Maitland
London. printed for J. Ridgway. 1795.

An address to the King, moved in the House of Lords by the Earl of Lauderdale, Friday, June 5, 1795, with notes and authorities
Lauderdale, James Maitland
London. printed for J. Ridgway. [1795]. 15,[1]p.

An address to the labourers on the subject of destroying machinery
London. Charles Knight. 1830. 8p.

An address to the labouring class, in manufacturing districts
Holden, P. K ; Holden, P. K
Halifax. Printed and sold by P. K. Holden; sold also by the other booksellers in Halifax, and at Leeds, Bradford, Huddersfield, Wakefield, Manchester, &c. 1823. [3],4-11,[1]p.

An address to the landed gentry of England on the land bills before Parliament
London. John Russell Smith. 1859.

An address to the landlords of Ireland: on subjects connected with the melioration of the lower classes
Doyle, Martin
Dublin. William Curry, Jun. and Company. 1831. 164 p.

An address to the landlords of Ireland, on subjects connected with the melioration of the lower classes
Doyle, Martin
Dublin. W. Curry, Jun. 1835. 135 p.

An address to the landowners of Wharfedale
Fawkes, F. H
Ottley. [s.n.]. 1861. 15p.

An address to the Limerick Philosophical and Literary Society delivered: November fourth, 1842
Monsell, William
Dublin. Grant and Bolton. 1842. 44 p.

An address to the livery and citizens of London on the proceedings of the Court of Common Council on ... 24th of February, 1786 respecting Mr. Alderman Clarke and Mr. Dornford
Dornford, Josiah ; Clarke, Richard
London. The Author. (1786). 37 p.

An address to the liverymen of the city of London: from Sir Crisp Gascoyne ... relative tohis conduct in the cases of Elizabeth Canning and Mary Squires
Gascoyne, Crisp
London. Printed for James Hodges. 1754. 45 p.

An address to the livery-men of the city of London, relating to their conduct in the ensuing election of a lord-mayor: Shewing thenecessity of choosing to ourselves a lord-mayor, pursuant to the instructions of the charter
London. Printed and sold by T. Cooper. 1739. 31 p.

An address to the livery of the City ... on the approaching election for representatives to serve in Parliament
Freeport, Andrew
London. Globe. 1754. 8 p.

(An address to the Lord Mayor of London from Artur Horlebog of Halle, East Germany, proposing that Handel'sname be associated with the City of London on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of his death)
Horlebog, Artur
(1957). 3 sheets.

An address to the ... Lord-mayor ... on the importance and great utility of canals in general, the advantages which may ... be expected from the canal ... proposed to be made from Waltham-abbey, and the necessity of promoting near the metropolis such improvements as are now carrying on in the more distant parts of the kingdom
Sharp, James
(London. 1773). 16 p.

An address to the lower orders of the Roman Catholics of Ireland: one ; by Dr. Doyle, late R. C. Bishop of Kildare, the other by the author himself
Croly, David O ; Doyle, [Martin]
Cork. John Bolster. 1835. 36p.

An address to the magistrates, clergy, and learned gentlemen of the city of Dublin: Or, a rational and expeditious method of teaching the English, Latin and Greek tongues, discovered
Aickin, Joseph
Dublin. printed by Joseph Ray. 1698. 8p.

An address to the majority of Monday: (March 6th)
Bradlaugh, Charles
London. The author. 4p.

An address to the mechanics, artisans, &c: delivered at the opening of the Manchester Mechanics' Institution, on Wednesday, 30th, March, 1825
Heywood, Benjamin
Manchester. printed by Robinson and Bent. 1825. 15p.

An address to the mechanics, artisans, &c : delivered at the opening of the Manchester Mechanics' Institution, on Wednesday 30th, March, 1825
Heywood, Benjamin
Manchester. [Manchester Mechanics' Institution]. [1825]. xv, 311p.

An address to the mechanics of Birmingham, delivered at the opening of the Birmingham mechanics' Institution ... on Tuesday,March 21, 1826
Cook, B
Birmingham. L. and H. Harrison. 1826.

An address to the medical practitioners of Ireland, on the subject of vaccination
Labatt, Samuel Bell ; Smith ; Marshall ; Stewart ; Conolly, B
Dublin. Hodges and Smith. [iv],[iii]-iv,202,6p., plate.

An address to the medical profession
Crowther, Bryan
[London. H. Bryer...]. [1812?]. 16 p.

An address to the meeting commemorating the 10th anniversary of the death of J.V. Stalin
Alia, Ramiz
[Tirana?]. [s.n.]. 1963. 41p.

An address to the members of a Christian church: on the nature, design, and obligation of the ordinance of the Lord's Supper
Scott, James
Dudley. Printed by W. Maurice. 1806. 26p.

An address to the members of a Christian church, on the nature, design, and obligation of ordinance of the Lord's Supper
Scott, James
Stourbridge. printed at the office of J. Heming. 1819. 26p.

An address to the members of a Christian Church, on the nature, design, and obligation of the ordinance of the Lord's Supper
Scott, James
Stourbridge. J. Heming. 1824.

An address to the members of both Houses of Parliament on the late tax laid on fustian, and other cotton goods; setting forth, that it is both reasonable and necessary to annul that impost: Also, that it may be politic and wise, to leave every species of manufacture and commerce free from every restraint or tax whatever, particularly from excise laws : To which is annexed, a few strictures on separate clauses of the same act of Parliament
Wright, John
Warrington. printed by W. Eyres and sold by J. Johnson. 1785. [2],62p.

An address to the members of the Birmingham Law Students Society, at their ninth annual meeting, on Wednesday, the 21st of January, 1857
Wills, William
Birmingham. printed by Benjamin Hall. 1857.

An address to the members of the British and Foreign Unitarian Association: at their annual meeting held in the Unitarian Chapel, Hackney, London, on Wednesday, May 23, 1866
Bache, Samuel
[U.K. s. n.]. 1866. 8p.

An address to the members of the Dudley Auxiliary Biblical Association
Tysan, Thomas
Dudley. G. Walters. 1820. 40p.

An address to the members of the legislature on reform
Gore, Montagu
London. James Ridway. 1831.

An address to the members of the London Library: on the occasion of his assuming the office of President of the Lisqary : delivered at the Annual General Meeting of members in the Reading room, 22 July 1952
Eliot, T. S
[London]. Printed for the London Library by the Queen Anne Pressw. 1952. [6]p.

An address to the members of the medical profession of Bristol and Bath, on mesmerism
Estlin, J. B
London. Henry Renshaw. 1843. 23p.

An address to the members of the Methodist societies on several interesting subjects: published at the earnest request of the quarterly meeting of the Sheffield circuit
Wood, James
London. Printed for G. Whitfield. 1799. 19p.

An address to the members of the Royal exchange division of Loyal London volunteers
Birch, Samuel
London. Minerva Press. (1801). 12 p.

An address to the members of the Society of Protestant Dissenters in Hanover-Square, Newcastle
Turner, William
[U.K.?. s.n.]. 1792.

An address to the merchants of Great-Britain: or, A review of the conduct of the administration : with regard to our trade and navigation : shewing how the trading interest have been impos'd upon by the enemies of the ministry : with a justification of the convention concluded between Great-Britain and Spain
Roberts, J
London. For J. Roberts. [1739]. 50p.

An address to the middle classes upon the subject of gymnastic exercises
Dalmeny, Archibald Primrose
London. James Ridgway. 1848. 53 p.

An address to the ministers and office-bearers of the Wesleyan -Methodist societies in Manchester
O'Connell, Daniel
London. P. & M. Andrews. [1839]. 12p.

An address to the natives of Scotland residing in America: being an appendix to a sermon preached at Princeton on a general fast
Witherspoon, John
London. printed for Fielding and Walker. 1778. iv,24,[2]p.

An address to the nobility and gentry of the Church of Ireland, as by law established: : explaining the real causes of the commotions and insurrections in the southern parts of this kingdom, respecting tithes, and the real motives and designs of the projectors and abettors of those commotions and insurrections : and containing a candid inquiry into the practicability of substituting any other mode of subsistance and maintenance for the clergy of the church established, consistent with the principles of reason and justice, in the place of tithes
Duigenan, Patrick
[London]. Dublin printed: London reprinted for J. Hatchard. 1808. [xiii],[15]-120p.

An address to the nobility and gentry of the Church of Ireland, as by law established
Layman
Dublin. Printed by Henry Watts. 1786.

An address to the nobility and gentry of the Church of Ireland, explaining the causes of the commotions and insurrections in the southern parts of this kingdom, respecting tithes, and the real motives and designs of the projectors and abettors of those commotions and insurrections and containing a candid inquiry into the practicability of substituting any other mode of subsistance and maintenance for the clergy of the church established, consistent with the principles of reason and justice, in the place of tithes
Duigenan, Patrick
[London]. Dublin printed: London reprinted for G. Kearsley. 1786. [2],112p. [i.e. 114].

An address to the owners and occupiers of property within the city of London and its liberties: occasioned ry (sic) two bills now pending in Parliament, upon the subject of tythes
London. The Author. 1817. 39 p.

An address to the parishioners of Kildallen
Saunderson, Francis
Dublin. William Curry. 1854. 34p.

An address to the payers of levies, in the Parish of Birmingham, on the subject of Mr. Spry's claims
Edmonds, George ; Spry, John Hume
Birmingham. printed and published by J. Osborne. [1819]. 16p.

An address to the people called Methodists concerning the evils of encouraging the slave trade
Bradburn, Samuel
Manchester. Printed by T. Harper. 1792.

An address to the people of Canada: with their reply to the Working Men's Association
London. Cleave. [1837].

An address to the people of Connor, containing a clear and full vindication, of the Synod of Ulster: from the aspersions of the people called Covenanters
Henry, Henry ; Donald, Sanders ; Donald, Arthur
[Belfast]. Printed for Arthur Donald. 1794. 25p.

An address to the people of Connor, containing a clear and full vindication, of the Synod of Ulster from the aspersions of the people called covenanters
Donald, Sanders
Ballymena. Mid-Antrim Historical Group. 1994. 25p.

An address to the people of England
One of the laity
Birmingham. printed and published by H. Thomas. 1876.

An address to the people of England, respecting the test and corporation Acts
Birmingham. Printed by E. Piercy, for J. Johnson. 1789.

An address to the people of England, Scotland, and Ireland, on the present important crisis of affairs
Macaulay, Catharine
London. printed for Edward and Chales Dilly. 1775.

An address to the people of Great Britain
Watson, Richard
Dublin. Enshaw. 1798. (iv), 27 p.

An address to the people of Great Britain
Watson, Richard
London. printed by Cooper and Graham. 1798. [4], 42, [2] p.

An address to the people of Great Britain, on the doctrine of libels, and the office of juror, more particularly in cases of libel
Dyer, George
London. Sold by Hurst. 1799. 120 p.

An address to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West India sugar and rum
Fox, William
Birmingham. [J. Thompson, printer]. 1791.

An address to the people of Great Britain, on the proprity of abstaining from West India sugarand rum
Fox, William ; Crafton, William Bell
(London). Gurney, (etc). 1791. (12) p.

An address to the people of Ireland: shewing them why they ought to submit to an union
O'Connor, Roger
Dublin. printed and sold by the booksellers. 1799. 16p.

An address to the people of Ireland
Whitehouse, Joshua ; Whitehouse, Thomas
Dublin. printed and to be had of said Messrs. Whitehouse. [1773]. [2],34p.

An address to the people of Ireland against an union: in which, a pamphlet (by Edward Cooke) entitled Arguments for and against that measure, is considered
Cooke, Edward
Dublin. Printed by Stockdale. 1799. 46 p.

An address to the people of Ireland, against an union: in which, a pamphlet entitled Arguments for and against that measure, is considered
Orr, Robert ; Stockdale, John ; Cooke, Edward
Dublin. Printed by J. Stockdale, 62, Abbey-street. 1799. 46,[2]p. : 8vo.

An address to the people of Ireland on the present important crisis
Tone, Theobald Wolfe ; Ewart, Lavens Mathewson
[Belfast]. [s.n.]. 1796. iv, 28p.

An address to the people of Ireland, on the subject of the projected union
Goold, Thomas ; Moore, James
Dublin. Printed by James Moore, College-Green. 1799. [2], 109, [1] p. : 8vo.

An address to the people of Ireland, shewing them why they ought to submit to an union
O'Connor, Roger
Dublin. Printed and sold by the book-sellers. 1799. 16p. : 8vo.

An address to the people of Shropshire on the occasion of the present rebellion
[London?. s.n. 1745]. 7 p.

An address to the people of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland on the threatened invasion
Edinburgh. Printed for Peter Hill, by J. Brown. 1803. 16 p.

An address to the people on the death of the Princess Charlotte
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Edinburgh. Aungervyle Society. 1883.

An address to the president, vice-presidents, and the other governors of the Lock hospital: with the report of Wm. Bromfeild, Esq. and two reports of the select committee containing a particular account of the finances, expenditure and state of the said hospital for the last ten years
Bromfeild, William
London. (The Hospital). 1781. 25 p.

An address to the Prime Minister of the King of Corsica: on the subject of its late union with the British Crown
Barrister ; Stewart, William
London. printed for and sold by Glindon and Co.--W. Stewart; and at No. 20, Paternoster-Row. 1795. 61, [1] p. : 8vo.

An address to the proprietors of East India stock: in consequence of the errors and mistakes in some late publications, relative to their shipping
Smith, Nathaniel
London. printed for J. Nourse. 1778. [2],122p.

An address to the proprietors of India stock
Larkins, William
London. Minerva Press. 1798. 15 p.

An address to the proprietors of the Bank of England
Allardyce, Alexander
London. Richardson. 1798. 32, 156 p.

An address to the proprietors of the Bank of England
Allardyce, Alexander
London. printed for W.J & J. Richardson. 1797. 44,[1]p.

An address to the proprietors of the Charing Cross Bridge: with ... the correspondence between Mr. Elkins and the chairman of the company, and ... the report of the accountant
Elkins, Edward
(London. printed by Clowes. 1850). 35 p.

An address to the proprietors of the south-sea capitol: containing, a discovery of the illicit trade
London. Austen. 1732. 16 p.

An address to the Protestant dissenters
Berington, Joseph ; Priestley, Joseph
Birmingham. printed by M. Swinney; for G.G.J. and J. Robinson and R. Faulder. 1787.

An address to the protestant dissenters, &c
Berington, Joseph
[Birmingham. s.n. 1787].

An address to the Protestant Methodists occasioned by the Rev. Daniel Isaac's letter to the private members of that community
Glover, W. H
Leeds. J. Barr. 1830. 25p.

An address to the Protestants of Great Britain and Ireland
Butler, Charles
London. Sold by Booker... [et al]. 1813.

An address to the Protestants of Great Britain and Ireland on the subject of Catholic emancipation: presenting facts and documents illustrative of the real object of the Irish Roman Catholic leaders
Thorpe, William ; Seeley, L. B ; Hatchard, J ; Watson ; Gosnell, S
London. Printed for L.B. Seeley ... J. Hatchard ... Laing and Black, Edinburgh; and Watson, Dugdale, Keene, Johnston, and Parry, Dublin. 1814. viii, 62 p.

An address to the Protestants of Great Britain and Ireland on the subject of Catholic emancipation, presenting facts and documents illustrative of the real object of the Irish Roman Catholic leaders
Thorpe, W
Dublin. Printed by R. Napper. 1815.

An address to the Protestants of Lancashire, &c. &c: on the pretended enormities of the inquisition, and the persecuting spirit of the Latin or Catholic Church, in reply to Parson Sibson
Andrews, William Eusebius ; O'Kelley, Francis J ; Sibson, Edmond
London. Printed by the author. [1823]. 24p.

An address to the Protestants of Preston, of the Church as by Law established, occasioned by the publication of the first of a series of promised discourses against the Catholic religion
Andrews, William Eusebius
Printed for the Preston Society for the Defence of Catholic Principles ... and may be had from Whittle, Thomson, and Sharrock. [1824]. 16 p.

An Address to the public: on the plan proposed by the Secret Committee of the House of Commons for Examining the Affairs of the Bank
Cooke, Edward
London. Printed for J. J. Stockdale. 1819. 29 p.

An address to the public: shewing the great improvement he has made in the art of printing, by logographicarrangements; stating also the various difficulties and oppositions he has encountered during its progress, to the present state of perfection
Walter, John
London. Printed at the Logographic Press. 1789.

An address to the public but more particularly to parents and guardians upon the subject of school recitations, exhibitions etc. showing how the "march of humbug" may be mistaken for the "march of intellect"
Farnell, W. K
Norwich. P. Cranefield. [1830].

An address to the public from the Society for Constitutional Information
[London]. Society for Constitutional Information. [1780?].

An Address to the public in favour of the Minor Institute
London. J. Haddon. [1817]. 16p.

An address to the publick on the subject of the East India dividend
London. Bladon. 1767. 21 p.

An address to the public on an important subject connected with the renewal of the charter of the East India Company
Hall, Robert
London. Printed by W. Heseltine, Published by Josiah Conder. 1813.

An address to the public on a subject new and interesting
Cook, J
London. printed for W. Richardson. 1793.

An address to the public on the advantages of vaccine inoculation: with the objections to it refuted
Jenner, Henry
Guernsey. Toucan. 1994. 20p.

An address to the public, on the expediency of a regular plan for the maintenance and government of the poor: To which is added, an argument in support of the right of the poor in the kingdom of Ireland to a national provision
Woodward, Richard
London. Dublin printed: London; reprinted for G. Robinson. 1775. (vi),[1],93p., [2],75p.

An address to the public, on the late dismission of a general officer
Guthrie, William
London. printed for W.Nicoll. 1764. [2],43p.

An address to the public on the new intended canal from Stourbridge to Worcester with the case of the Staffordshire and Worcestershire canal company
1786. 24p.

An address to the public on the plan proposed by the secret Committee of the House of Commons for examining the affairs of the Bank
Cooke, Edward
London. Printed for J.J. Stockdale. 1819.

An address to the public on the polygraphic art invented by Mr. Joseph Booth, portrait painter
Booth, Joseph
London. At the Logographic Press, Printing House Square. [1788].

An address to the public, on the present method of inoculation: proving that the matter communicated is not the small-pox, because numbers have been inoculated a second, third, and fourth time; that therefore it is no security against a future infection
Langton, William
London. printed for R. Horsfield...and E. Easton. 1767. 38 p.

An address to the public, relative to the proposed history of Cheshire
Gower, Foote
[London. 1772]. viii p.

An address to the public, shewing the evils, and pointing out the remedies, of the present injurious system of apprenticeing boys to the watch trade
Coventry. Aston. 1817. 12 p.

An address to the public shewing the improvement he has made in the art of printing by logographic arrangements. London, 1789. Privately reprinted
Walter, John
London. 1883.

An address to the public upon the dangerous tendency of the London female penitentiary: with hints relative to the base menas of lessening the sum of prostitution
Hale, Willaim
London. The Author. 1809. 68 p.

An address to the religious public, on the evils arising from the system of pawnbroking: shewing that such a calling is inconsistent with a life of piety and devotedness to God
Friend to Mankind ; Crook, Thomas ; Crook, Thomas
Manchester. printed for and sold by T. Crook, Spring Gardens; sold also by the booksellers. [182-?]. 16 p.

An address to the representatives in parliament upon the state of the nation
London. printed for J. Almon. 1779.

An address to the representatives of the people: upon the subjects of moment, to the well-being and happiness of thekingdom of Ireland
Baker, John Wynn
Dublin. printed and sold by the booksellers. 1771. 45p.

An address to the representatives of the people, upon subjects of moment, to the well-being and happiness of the Kingdom of Ireland
Baker, John Wynn
Dublin. Printed, and sold by the booksellers. M,DCC,LXXI [1771]. 45,[3]p.

An address to the Rev. Eustace Carey, January 19, 1814: on his designation as a Christian missionary to India
Hall, Robert ; Carey, E
London. Sold by Hamilton Adams. 1824. 46p.