¬A¬ letter: whearin, part of the entertainment untoo the Queenz Maiesty ...
London. Scolar Pr.. 1974. 1 Mikrofiche, 1:24. English linguistics fifteen hundred to eighteen hundred ; 60..
¬A¬ letter: contayning a briefe annswere to the slaunders of a certaine pretended Englishman
Mornay, Philippe ¬de¬
[Mikrofilm-Ausg.]. London. Woolfe. 1589.
A letter, about a good management under the distemper of the measles, at this time spreading in the country.: Here published for the benefit of the poor, and such as may want the help of able physicians
[Boston. Printed and sold by Thomas Fleet at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill,. 1739]. 4 p. ;.
A letter, about the present state of Christianity, among the Christianized Indians of New-England.: Written to the Honourable, Sir William Ashhurst, governour of the Corporation, for Propagating the Gospel among the Indians, in New-England, and Parts Adjacent, in America
Mather, Cotton, ; Mather, Increase, ; Walter, Nehemiah, ; Ashurst, William,
Boston, in N.E.. Printed by Timothy Green.,. 1705. 15,  p. ;.
¬A¬ letter addressed to a clerical advocate of the British & Foreign Bible, Church Missionary, and Hibernian Societies on the intimate connexion of those and similar institutions with the abolition of colonial slavery
London. Sold by L.B. Seeley. 1829. 12 p..
¬A¬ letter, addressed to a member of Parliament, in reply to one of inquiry, respecting the commercial relations of Great Britain with Russia
London. Printed for J.M. Richardson. 1825. 27 p..
A letter addressed to a member of the present parliament on the "Articles of Charge": against Marquis Wellesley, which have been laid before the House of Commons
Campbell, Lawrence Dundas.
London. T. Cadell and W. Davies,. 1808.. 236 p..
A letter addressed to a noble lord on the bill for the more convenient recovery of small debts in England and Wales, poining out its impracticability and impolicy.
[London?. s.n.,. 1821?] . 30 p. ;.
A letter addressed to a noble lord on the bill for the more convenient recovery of small debts in England and Wales, pointing out its impracticability and impolicy.
London. T. Davison,. [1821?]. 30 p..
A letter addressed to a Republican member of the House of Representatives of the state of Massachusetts: on the subject of a petition for a new incorporation, to be entitled A College of Physicians
Warren, John C. ; Story, Joseph,
Boston. Printed by John Eliot, Jun.,. 1812. 20 p.
A letter, addressed to Cadwallader D. Colden, Esquire: in answer to the strictures, contained in his "Life of Robert Fulton", upon the report of the select committee, to whom was referred a memorial relative to steam navigation, presented to the Legislature of New-York, at the session of 1814 ; with an appendix, containing the several laws concerning steam boats : the petitions presented for their modification; and the reports of select committees thereupon &c., &c., &c.
Duer, William Alexander,
Albany. E. and E. Hosford,. 1817.. 127 p..
A letter addressed to Captain A. T. Mahan in regard to freedom of private porperty on the sea from capture during war.
Butler, Charles Henry, ; Mahan, Alfred Thayer,
Washington, D.C., . 1898.. 6,  p..
A letter addressed to Charles Rose Ellis ...: in consequence of the unamious resolution of a sub-committee that it was not expedient to apply to Parliament for a reduction of the present duty on sugar
London. Sold by J. Cuthell,. 1825.. 40 p..
A letter addressed to Charles Rose Ellis, Esq., M.P., Chairman of the Standing Committee of the West India Planters and Merchants, in consequence of the unanimous resolution of a sub-committee that it was not expedient to apply to Parliament for a reduction of the present duty on sugar
Turner, Samuel, ; Ellis, Charles Rose.
Antigua. Printed by Loving & Hill,. . 42 p. ;.
A letter addressed to His Grace the Duke of Norfolk,: on occasion of Mr. Gladstone's recent expostulation.
Newman, John Henry,
London . B.M. Pickering. 1875.. 131 p..
A letter addressed to Joseph Hume, Esq., M.P. & Friend Buxton, M.P., on that black act, the slavery of the publicans ...: a reflexion naturally arising out of Mr. Hume's national predilection for cheap smuggled Scotch whiskey ...
Lowndes, Thomas, ; Hume, Joseph, ; Buxton, Thomas Fowell,
London. Printed for the author,. 1824 . 24 p..
A letter addressed to Mrs. Fitzherbert: in answer to a complaint, that her feelings have been hurt by the mention of her name in the Review of the conduct of the Prince of Wales : with observations on the influence of example, &c. &c. &c.
London. Printed for and published by Mr. Jefferys,. [1806?] . 19,  p. ;.
A letter addressed to Sir Eardley-Eardley Wilmot, Bart. in answer to his letter to the magistrates of England, on the increase of crime, &c.
Adams, T. Coker. ; Eardley-Wilmont, J. E.
London. Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green,. 1828.. 39 p. ;.
A letter addressed to the author of "Facts and documents shewing the alarming state of the Diocese of Oxford"
Cust, Arthur Perceval Purey,
Oxford ; . John Henry and James Parker,. 1859.. 8 p. ;.
A letter addressed to the author of The group or the elegant representation illustrated.
Paulus Emilius. ; Cliffton, William, ; Stephens, Thomas. ; Lang, John, ; Ustick, Stephen Clegg,
Philadelphia:. Printed for the author.,. MDCCXCVI. . , 9,  p. ;.
¬A¬ letter, addressed to the coal-masters in Scotland, on the subject of an interlocutor: lately pronounced by the Sheriff of Perth, relative to the freedom of colliers and salters in that part of the United Kingdom
Edinburgh. [s.n.]. 1787. 26 p..
A letter addressed to the Hon. John Lynch: chairman of the special congressional committee of the United States senate, on the navigation interest: advocating the expediency of purchasing iron ships and steamers in Scotland
Boston, . A. Williams,. 1869. 32 p..
A letter addressed to the Honourable the House of Commons, on the necessity of an immediate attention to the state of the British coinage: in which a new, prompt, and efficacious remedy for its defects is proposed
London. J. Hatchard. 1811.. 21 p. ;.
A letter addressed to the inhabitants of Great Britain, shewing them the dangerous tendency of libellous publications, and guarding them against being imposed upon by the false representations such writings contain. Published by the order of the Loyal Association, of the Hundreds of Hoxne and Hartsmere, for preserving Liberty and Property, against Republicans and Levellers
Ipswich. printed by J. Bush. 1793. 8p..
¬A¬ letter addressed to the late Earl of Liverpool, in the year 1822, shewing that unjust taxation is the cause of the evils complained of: with a just system then suggested
Richards, James ; Liverpool, Robert Banks Jenkinson
London. E. Wilson. 1833. 70 p..
A letter addressed to the members of the Legislature of South-Carolina: examining the claims and qualifications of De Witt Clinton to the presidency of the United States.
Charleston, S.C.. Printed by John Mackey & Co.,. 1812.. 33 p..
¬A¬ letter, addressed to the people of Piedmont, on the advantages of the French Revolution, and the necessity of adopting its principles in Italy. By Joel Barlow, ... Translated from the French by the author
London. printed and sold by Daniel Isaac Eaton. 1795. 48p.
A letter addressed to the Rev. Doctor Beech,: on his and the Rev. Richard Moor's illiberal treatment of the author.
Jouet, Cavalier. ; Van Tuyl, Andrew
[New York] United States:. Printed for the author, and sold by the booksellers in the city of New-York.,. 1795. (Copy-right secured.). 12,  p. ;.
¬A¬ letter addressed to the Right Honourable Sir James Graham, Bart. M.P. Her Majesty's principal secretary of state for the Home Department, &c. &c: on the ten hours factory question
Walker, William ; Rand, William <of Bradford> ; Graham, James
S.l.. s.n. . 15 p..
¬A¬ letter addressed to the Right Honourable Sir James Graham, Bart., M.P. ... on the ten hours factory question
Walker, William ; Graham, James ; Rand, William <of Bradford>
S.l.. s.n. . 15 p..
A letter addressed to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, &c. &c., late chairman of the Committee of Secrecy: appointed to consider of the state of the Bank of England, with reference to the expediency of the resumption of cash payments at the period fixed by law
Turner, Samuel. ; Peel, Robert,
London. Printed for the author,. 1819.. 88 p..
A letter addressed to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, &c., &c., late chairman of the Committee of secrecy, appointed to consider of the state of the Bank of England, with reference to the expediency of the resumption of cash payments, at the period fixed by law.
Turner, Samuel. ; Peel, Robert,
London, . The author,. 1819.. 88 p..
A letter addressed to the right hon. Sir Robt. Peel, Bart., M.P.: occasioned by some observations he is reported to have made in a speech in the House of Commons on the Dissenters' Chapels Bill, on Thursday, June 6, 1844
London. Macintosh,. 1844.. 20 p. ;.
A letter addressed to those who are interested in providing an emergency source of power for the operation of radio apparatus
Hutchison, Miller Reese,
Orange, N.J.. Edison Storage Battery Co.,. [c1915]. 18 p..
A letter addressed to two great men, on the prospect of peace;: and on the terms necessary to be insisted upon in the negociation. : [Nine lines of quotations]
Douglas, John, ; Bath, William Pulteney,
[Boston]. London: printed. 1760. Boston: re-printed, and sold by Fowle and Draper in Marlborough-Street.,. M.DCC.LX. . 43,  p. ;.
A letter addressed to two great men, on the prospect of peace;: and on the terms necessary to be insisted upon in the negotiation. : [Nine lines of quotations]
Douglas, John, ; Pulteney, William, ; Smollett, Tobias George,
[Boston]. London, printed. MDCCLX. Boston: reprinted, by B. Mecom, and sold at the new printing-office, near the town-house.,. 1760. , 55,  p. ;.
A letter addressed without permission to the Astronomer-Royal explaining a new theory of the solar system and placing Newton's theories on a physical basis ...
Carruthers, George Thompson. ; Airy, George Biddell,
London. Longmans, Green & co.,. 1875.. 64 p..
¬A¬ letter adressed to Sir Chas. Wolseley, Bart., on the lenten pastoral of 1840
Baines, Peter A.
Prior Park. 1841.
A letter advocating the establishment of equitable banks of interchange: through which, by means of property-notes, symbolically representing the wealth deposited in such banks, an equitable exchange of all kinds of useful goods and services may be accomplished, independently of a scarce and costly metallic currency.
London. J. Watson,. 1847.. 16 p..
A letter against popery: particularly, against admitting the authority of fathers or councils in controversies of religion; by Sophia Charlotte the late Queen of Prussia. Being an answer to a letter written to her Majesty by Father Vota, an Italian jesuit
London. printed for A. Baldwin. 1712. 40p.
A letter agreed unto, and subscribed by the gentlemen, ministers, freeholders and seamen of the county of Suffolk, presented to His Excellency, the Lord Generall Monck
Albemarle, George Monck, ; Felton, Henry, ; Brook, Robert, ; Bloys, William,
London. Printed for Thomas Dring,. 1659.. 1 sheet ( p.).
A letter and declaration of the gentry of the county of Norfolk and the county of the city of Norwich, to his excellency the Lord General Monk
London. Printed for John Place ...,. 1660.. 1 broadside..
A letter and remonstrance, &c. to the Right Honourable Philip Lord Hardwicke, Lord High Chancellor ... Arthur Onslow, Esquire, Speaker ... from Sir Alexander Murray, ... in relation to a petition, and some proposals, which he addressed last sessions to both Houses of Parliament. Wherein the miserable state of Scotland, ... and the great danger thence arising to Great Britain, are considered
London. printed for the author in the year. 1740. Online-Ressource.
¬A¬ letter and remonstrance, &c. to the Right Honourable Philip Lord Hardwicke, lord high chancellor of Great Britain, Arthur Onslow, Esquire, Speaker of the House of Commons, and Mr. Attorney and Mr. Sollicitor General, from Sir Alexander Murray, of Stanhope, baronetproving all the different products of our lands and waters, and paying off the national debts
Murray, Alexander ; Hardwicke, Philip Yorke ; Onslow, Arthur
London. Printed for the author. 1740.
¬A¬ letter apologeticall of G. Brisse, wherein are set down the reasons that moved him to turne to the Reformed
London. Lea. 1616.
A letter balancing the causes of the present scarcity of our silver coin, and the means of immediate remedy, and future prevention of this evil.
[Morris, Corbyn] d 1779. [from old catalog]
London, . Printed 1757.. 20 p..
A Letter, being a full relation of the siege of Banbury Castle by that valiant and faithfull commander Colonell Whetham, governour of Northampton, now commander in chiefe in that service: with their particular proceeding from the beginning, and how they have taken the church, planted their ordinance, and are battering the castle continually : as also, how they tooke two cavaliers vvhich vvere let downe from the castle with a letter of great concernment sent from the Governour to Prince Rupert, which was found about them.
London. Printed for Iohn Wright ...,. Septem. 4, 1644.. 8 p..
A letter by Dr. Benjamin Rush,: describing the consecration of the German college at Lancaster in June, 1787.
Rush, Benjamin, ; Stockton, Annis Boudinot, ; Hearst, William Randolph,
Lancaster, Pa., . Pub. by order of the college,. 1945.. vi, , 36,  p..
A Letter concerning an American bishop, &c.: to Dr. Bradbury Chandler, ruler of St. John's Church, in Elizabeth-Town. : In answer to the appendix of his Appeal to the public, &c.
[Philadelphia?]. Printed [by William and Thomas Bradford?],,. A.D. 1768.. 19,  p. ;.
A Letter concerning an American bishop, &c. to Dr. Bradbury Chandler, ruler of St. John's Church, in Elizabeth-Town: in answer to the appendix of his appeal to the public, &c.
[S.l.. s.n.],. 1768.. 19 p. ;.
<<A>> letter concerning deep-sea dreggins
1871. 1 Band.
¬A¬ letter concerning enthusiasm. Sensus communis: an essay on the freedom of wit and humour. Soliloquy, or advice to an author
[Nachdr. d.] 2. ed., corr., 1714. 1968. IV, 364 S..
A letter concerning family history
[S.l.. s.n.,. not before 1813]. 12 p..
¬A¬ letter concerning Sir William Whitlock's bill
[London]. [1694?]. 8 S..
A Letter concerning Sir William Whitlock's bill for the trials in cases of treason: written Oct. 1693 upon the request of a friend who is an honest member of the House of Commons, and now committed to the press upon the solicitation of several who think it may be of publick use to let it come abroad before the next meeting of the Parliament
[S.l.. s.n.,. 1694?]. 8 p.
A Letter concerning the disabling clauses lately offered to the House of Commons for regulating corporations.
London. To be sold by Randall Taylor ...,. 1690.. 22 p. ;.
A letter concerning the Report from the Committee of Secrecy, addressed to the returning officers of members to serve in Parliament ...
[London, . 1715]. 8 p..
¬A¬ letter concerning the tryal at Oxford of Stephen College
London. Davies. 1681. 1 S..
A letter concerning toleration
2. Aufl. Indianapolis. Bobbs-Merrill. 1955. 63 S..
¬A¬ LETTER CONCERNING TOLERATION: CONCERNING CIVIL GOVERNEMENT, SECOND ESSAY ; AN ESSAY CONCERNING HUMAN UNDERSTANDING
CHICAGO [U.A.]. ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA. 1952. 509 S..
¬A¬ letter concerning toleration; concerning civil government, second essay; an essay concerning human understanding
Chicago. Encyclopaedia Britannica. 1952. X,509 S.. Great books of the western world. ; 35..
A Letter concerninng toleration - Concerning civil Government
Encyclopädia Britannica. 1952.
A letter containing a few plain observations addressed to the unbiassed members of the New Church ...: By A layman. Dat.: London, 20th June, 1807.
<S.l.>, . <S.a.>.
A letter, containing a most briefe discourse apologeticall, with a plaine demonstration, and feruent [fervent] protestation, for the lawfull, sincere, very faithfull and Christian course, of the philosophicall studies ...
[Nachdr. d. Ausg.] London, 1599. Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum [u.a.]. 1973.  S.. The English experience ; 502.
¬A¬ letter, containing some loose hints on the means and the expediency of providing an establishment for the Roman Catholic religion in Ireland
Repr.. Dublin. Fitzpatrick. 1802. 32 S..
¬A¬ letter, containing some loose hints on the means and the expediency of providing an establishment for the Roman Catholic religion in Ireland
Reprint.. Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 17x. Irish pamphlets ; 232..
A letter, descriptive of the different settlements in the province of Upper Canada.
London, . T. Egerton,. 1795.. 27 p..
A letter directed to Master Bridgeman
London. 1641. 1 S..
¬A¬ letter directed to Master Bridgeman, the fourth of January, and a letter enclosed in it, to one Master Anderton, were this day read, and ordered to be entred
London. Printed for Joseph Hunscott. 1641. 1 sheet( p.).
A letter directed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Perth
London. Newcomb. 1700. 14 S..
A letter directing due execution of the law against riotous and unlawful assemblies and confederacies designed to obstruct free circulation of provisions and contradicting the rumor that illegal exportation of corn and flour has been widespread
London, . July 27th, 1795.. bread..
A letter discovering the cause of Gods continuing wrath against the nation: notwithstanding the present endeavors of reformation : directing to the meanes of appeasing that wrath, and encouraging to constancy in those endeavours
London. Printed by G. M. for Christopher Meredith ...,. 1644.. , 10 p..
A LETTER DOES NOT BLUSH : A COLLECTION OF THE MOST MOVING, ENTERTAINING AND REMARKABLE LETTERS IN HISTORY / NICHOLAS PARSONS
LONDON. BUCHAN & ENRIGHT. 1984. 407 S. : ILL..
A letter entitled the American commercial claims: shewing the responsibility of the government of the United States to such of her citizens as have suffered by the French spoilations
Gentleman of this city. ; Washington, George,
Baltimore [Md.]. Printed and sold by Warner & Hanna,. 1802.. 48 p..
A letter form [sic] a gentleman in the country to his friends in London upon the subject at penal laws and texts
[London. s.n.],. 1687.. 12 p..
A Letter from a British officer now in Germany: containing many interesting particulars relative to the considerations: humbly recommended to the perusal of the legislature, and of every freeborn Briton ...
British officer now in Germany.
London, . Printed for T. Becket and P.A. De Hondt...,. 1761.. 32 p..
¬A¬ letter from a by-stander to a Member of Parliament: wherein is examined what necessity there is for the maintenance of a large regular land-force in this island; what proportions the revenues of the Crown have born to those of the people, ... and whether the weight of power in the regal or popular scale now preponderates
The second edition. London. printed for J. Roberts. 1742. 112p..
¬A¬ letter from a Christian friend
[London]. . 8 S..
¬A¬ letter from a citizen of Corke, to the African historian
Citizen of Corke
[Cork?]. Printed in the year. 1756. 12p..
¬A¬ letter from a clergyman at London to the remaining disconsolate inhabitants of Lisbon: Occasioned by the late dreadfull earthquake, ... To which is added, a faithful account of Mr. Archibald B-W r's motives for quitting his office of Secretary to the Court of Inquisition
Clergyman at London
The third edition. London. printed for R. Griffiths. 1756. 32p.
¬A¬ letter from a clergy-man in the country: to a minister
London. 1689. 20 S..
A Letter from a clergy-man in the country, to a clergy-man in the city,: containing free thoughts about the controversie, between some ministers of the Church of England, and the Quakers: : with seasonable advice to his brethren, to study peace and moderation
Philadelphia. Reprinted by Reynier Jansen,. 1702. 12 p.
¬A¬ letter from a clergy-man in the country to the clergy-man in the city
Savoy. Taylor. 1688. 44 S..
A Letter from a clergyman to his friend,: with an account of the Travels of Captain Lemuel Gulliver.
Los Angeles, . William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California,. 1970.. xii, 22 p..
A Letter from a clergyman to his friend, with an account of The travels of Captain Lemuel Gulliver
(Repr. [d. Ausg.] London) <1726>. Los Angeles. 1970. The Augustan Reprint Society. Publication ; 143.
A letter from a country gentleman, to a member of Parliament,: on the present state of public affairs: in which the object of the contending parties, and the following characters are particularly considered; The dukes of Norfolk, Portland, and Northumberland; the houses of Devonshire, and Russel; the Lords Thurlow, Loughborough, and North; Mr. Pitt,---Mr. Fox,---Mr. Burke,---Mr. Sheridan; Mrs. Fitzherbert, and His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales ...
London, . Printed at the Logographic Press,. 1789.. 8 vo ; 1 l., -75 p..
¬A¬ letter from a country gentleman, to a member of parliament, on the present state of public affairs: In which the object of the contending parties, and the following characters are particularly considered: The dukes of Norfolk, Portland, and Northum, Berland; the houses of Devonshire, and Russel; the Lords Thurlow, Loughborough, and North; Mr. Pitt,-Mr. Fox,-Mr. Burke,-Mr. Sheridan; Mrs. Fitzherbert, and the Prince of Wales
3.ed.. London. 1789. 75 S..
A letter from a dissenting teacher to Jet Black.
Dublin. [s.n.],. Printed in the year, 1724.. 12 p. ;.
A letter from a distinguished English commoner (Rt. Hon. Ed---d B--ke) to a peer of Ireland on the penal laws against Irish Catholics: previous to the late repeal of a part thereof in the session of the Irish Parliament held A.D. 1782.
Dublin. T. M'Donnell,. 1791.. 24 p..
¬A¬ letter from a distinguished English commoner, (Rt. Hon. Ed...d B...ke) to a peer of Ireland on the penal laws againt Irish Catholics: previous to the late repeal of a part thereof, in the session of the Irish Parliament, held A.D. 1782
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 17x. Irish pamphlets ; 172..
¬A¬ letter from a distinguished English Commoner to a Peer of Ireland on the penal laws against Irish Catholics: previous to the repeal of a part thereaf. in the session of the Irish Parliament, held A.D. 1782
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 17x. Irish pamphlets ; 195..
A letter from a foreign minister in England, to Monsieur Pettecum: Containing the true reasons of the late changes in the ministry, and of the calling a new Parliament: and therefore fit to be perus'd by all the electors
London. J. Baker,. 1710.. 15 p. ;.
A letter from a foreign minister in England to Monsieur Pettecum, containing the true reasons of the late changes in the ministry, and of the calling a new Parliament: and therefore fit to be perus'd by all the electors
Boyer, Abel, ; Walpole, Robert, ; Baker, John,
London. Printed for J. Baker,. 1710.. 15,  p. ;.
¬A¬ letter from a French lawyer
London. Chiswell. 1689.
A letter from a Frenchman at Paris, to his countryman at the Hague;: on the present dispute between France and Great Britain.
London, . Printed for S. Bladon,. 1756.. 1 p.l., 56 p..
¬A¬ letter from a friend: to a loyal subject
London. James62 1680. 46 S..
¬A¬ letter from a friend, to a person of quality, in answer to a letter from a person of quality, to his friend, about abhorrers and addressers
[London]. Davies. 1682. 2 S..
A letter from a friend to some of his intimate friends, on the subject of paying taxes, &c
Watertown [Mass.]:. Printed and sold by B. Edes, near the bridge.,. 1776. 8 p. ;.
A letter from a gentleman at a distance to his friend at court.: Dear Sir, Since you are pleased to enquire what are my sentiments respecting the right of the British Parliament to lay taxes on the colonies ... the best answer to your question ... is by way of reference to the very excellent and adapted letters, signed A Farmer ... But how can you, Sir, in New-England, join the other colonies in complaining of slavery ... when, at the same time, you are enslaving and persecuting one another, in matters of much greater importance ... to support a ministry in the church .
[United States. s.n.,. 1768]. 1 sheet ( p.) ;.
A letter from a gentleman at Elizabeth-Town; to his friend in New-York
Philadelphia:. Printed by Andrew Steuart,,. MDCCLXIV. . 8 p. ;.
A letter from a gentleman at the court of St. Germains, to one of his friends in England;: containing a memorial about methods for setting the Pretender on the throne of Great Britain. Found at Doway, after the taking of that town.
London, . Printed in the year 1710.. 47 p..
A letter from a gentleman in Germany, touching the discovery of a strange murder, committed there, by a person of quality, upon a lustfull fryer: for endeavouring to corrupt his lady.
London. Printed by G.C. for the author,. 1684.. , 6 p..
A Letter from a gentleman in Glocestershire to a friend in London: in vindication of an eminent, and some other worthy persons (of approved loyalty to His Majesty and unquestionable affection to the religion of the Church of England) from certain aspersions cast upon them
[S.l.. s.n.,. 1678?]. 22, 42 p..
¬A¬ letter from a gentleman in Grayes-Inn
A Letter from a gentleman in Grayes-Inn, to a justice of the peace in the countrey: explaining the Act of Uniformity in that part which doth concern unlicensed preachers.
[London?. s.n.],. 1662.. , 6 p..
A letter from a gentleman in London to his friend in the country: concerning the treaty at Aix-la-Chapelle, concluded on the 8th of October, 1748
[Mikrofiche-Ausg.]. London. W. Webb. 1748. , 45 S.. CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series ; 20134.
¬A¬ letter from a gentleman in Manchester to his friend concerning a notorious blasphemer who died in despair &c
Gentleman in Manchester
London. Printed for John Whitlock. 1694. 4 p..
A letter from a gentleman in New-York, to his friend in Brunswick.: September 26. 1750. Sir, You desire my thoughts, upon some motions made in the House of Assembly, with regard to the expence of running the Jersey line. .
[New York. s.n.,. 1750].. 1 sheet ( p.) ;.
A Letter from a gentleman in New-York, to his friend in Dutchess County.: New-York, January 3, 1769. Sir, you ask me in your letter, how your members behave
[New York. s.n.,. 1769]. 1 sheet ( p.).
A Letter from a gentleman in Scotland, to his friend in New-England.: Containing an account of Mr. Whitefield's reception and conduct in Scotland, the two visits he made there; and also of the work at Cambuslang, and other parts: wherein many mistakes, relating to these things, that have been formerly and lately transmitted to this country, are rectified, and the whole affair set in a true and impartial light. : The following letter is written in so masterly a way, with such elegance of thought, and Christian temper, that it will sufficiently recommend it self to every candid and ingenuous reader; and there is no need to acquaint the world, either by whom, or to whom, it was written. Wisdom is justified of her children
Boston,. Printed, and sold by T. Fleet at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill.,. 1743. 15,  p. ;.
¬A¬ letter from a gentleman in the city: to a clergy-man
London. D. C.. 1688. 40 S..
¬A¬ letter from a gentleman in the city: to a gentleman in the country
[London]. 1687. 32 S..
A letter from a gentleman in the city to a gentleman in the country, about the odiousness of persecution: wherein the rise and end of the penal laws for religion in this kingdom, are consider'd : occasioned by the late rigorous proceedingagainst sober dissenters, by certain angry justices in the country.
A. N. ; Penn, William,
[London?. s.n.],. 1687.. 32 p..