¬A¬ letter from a gentleman in the city to a lord
[London]. 1691. 23 S..

¬A¬ letter from a gentleman in the city, to one in the country: concerning the bill
London. 1680.

¬A¬ letter from a gentleman in the country: to a person of honour in London
London. J. H.. 1680. 4 S..

¬A¬ letter from a gentleman in the country: to his friend at London, concerning a conference
London. 1698. 8 S..

¬A¬ letter from a gentleman in the country to his correspondent
S.l.. [1689].

A letter from a gentleman in the country to his friend at London: concerning a conference between some clergy-men at West-dereham in Norfolk, and some Quakers, December the 8th, 1698.
W. D.
[London?]. Printed for, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster,. 1698.. 8 p..

¬A¬ letter from a gentleman in the country, to his friend in London
[London]. [1679]. 4 S..

¬A¬ letter from a gentleman in the country to his friend in the city
London. Miller. 1691.

¬A¬ letter from a gentleman in the country to his representative in Parliament
London. Baldwin. [1686?]. 2 S..

A letter from a gentleman in town, to his friend in the country, who, upon a late tour, was uncommonly surprized to see the churches so universally forsaken and empty; ...
Gentleman in Town
London. printed for W. Bizet,. 1753.. 1 Mikrofilm.

A letter from a gentleman of New-Brunswick, to his friend in Elizabeth-Town: on the first point in controversy between the proprietors and Elizabeth-Town. : New-Brunswick, August 31, 1752
A. B.
[New York. s.n.,. 1752]. 4 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter from a gentleman of quality in the country, to his friend
[London]. 1679. 20 S..

A letter from a gentleman of quality in the country, to his friend, upon his being chosen a member to serve in the approaching Parliament, and desiring his advice: being an argument relating to the point of succession to the Crown : shewi from Scripture, law, history, and reason, how improbable (if not impossible) it is to bar the next heir in the right line from the succession.
E. F.
[London. s.n.],. 1679.. [2], 18 p..

¬A¬ letter from a gentleman of the city of New York
New York. Bradford. 1698. 24 S..

A letter from a gentleman to his friend in Edinburgh: (1745)
Hume, David
Edinburgh. Univ. Pr.. 1967. 42 S..
ISBN 0-85224-003-1

<<A>> letter from a gentleman to his friend in Edinburgh (1745)
Hume, David ; Mossner, Ernest Campbell ; Price, John Valdimir
Edinburgh . University Press. 1967. XXV, 42 S..

A Letter from a gentleman to his friend, in England, descriptive of the different settlements in the province of Upper Canada
Ogden, John Cosens,
Philadelphia:. Printed by W.W. Woodward, Franklin's Head, new sign, south side Chesnut Street.,. 1795. 30, [2] p. ;.

A letter from a gentleman to his nephew at Oxford: [containing a critique upon Mr. Burke's Essay on the sublime and beautiful]
Plumer, Francis.
[London] . Privately printed,. 1772.. 26 p..

¬A¬ letter from a Justice of Peace: to a counsellor
[London?]. [1670]. 8 S..

A letter from a Korean village
Burns, W. J. ; Kim, David. ; Yun, Sun-Won,
Seoul, Korea. Hanji-munhwa-sa Pub. Co.. 1987.. 103 p..

¬A¬ letter from a lawyer in the countrey
London. Janeway. 1689. 4 S..

¬A¬ letter from a lawyer of the Inner Temple
London. 1698. 18 S..

A Letter from a lawyer of the Inner Temple to his friend in the country concerning the East-India stock and the project of uniting the new and old companies.
Child, Josiah
London. [s.n.],. printed in the year 1698.. 18 p. ;.

A letter from a layman to a lay-deacon of the Kirk of
Innes, Duncan

A letter from Alexandria on the evidence of the practical application of the quadrature of the circle,: in the configuration of the great pyramids of Gizeh
Agnew, H.
London. Printed by R. and J.E. Taylor for Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans,. 1838.. 57 p., [9] leaves of plates (1 folded).

A letter from Alexandria, on the evidence of the practical application of the quadrature of the circle, in the configuration of the great pyramids of Gizeh.
Agnew, H. C. [from old catalog]
London, . Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans,. 1838.. 2 p.l., 57 p..

A letter from a lover of his country, shewing our present dutty [sic] if we would live in hopes of seeing the union dissolved
Lover of his country
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. [1714?]. 8p.

¬A¬ letter from a Magistrate to Mr. William Rose, of Whitehall on Mr. Paine's Rights of man
London. 1791.

¬A¬ Letter from a male Physician in the Country to the Author of the female Physician in London ... To which is added a short dissertation upon generation ...
London. 1726.

¬A¬ letter from a matron of rank quality in Windsor
London. Shuter. 1682. 4 S..

A Letter from a member of Parliament in London to his friend in Edinburgh, relative to the present critical state of affairs and the dangerous antipathy that seems daily to increase between the people of England and Scotland.
London. Printed for J. Hinxman ...,. 1763.. [2], 36 p. ;.

A letter from a member of Parliament to a friend in the country, concerning the sum of 115,000 l. granted for the service of the civil list ...
Bath, William Pulteney,
London. Printed for Jeffrey Walker ...,. [1729?]. 24 p. ;.

A letter from a member of Parliament to his friend in the country concerning the sum of 115,000 l., granted for the service of the civil list.
Bath, William Pulteney,
London. Printed for J. Walker ...,. 1729.. 24 p. ;.

A letter from a member of the army, to the committee of safety, and councell of officers of the army: that they may do that which is required of them to be done, that the Lord may delight to dwell among them and do them good, that they may not be over-turned as others, who have served themselves, and not the Lord
Hodgson, John,
London. Printed for Giles Calvert ...,. 1659. 8 p.

A letter from a member of the General Assembly to one of his constituents, respecting the change in the judiciary system: together with the substance of Mr. Mebane's speech on the same subject
Member of the General Assembly ; Mebane, James
Raleigh [N.C.]. Henderson, printer,. 1818. 16 p.

¬A¬ letter from a member of the House of commons, to a gentleman
Oxford. Hall. 1644.

A letter from a member of the House of Commons, to a gentleman now at London, touching the new Solemne League and Covenant
Member of the House of Commons.
Oxford. Printed by H. Hall ...,. 1644.. [2], 14 p..

A letter from a member of the House of Commons to a gentleman without doors, relating to the House of Lords
Molesworth, Robert Molesworth,
London. Printed and sold by J. Roberts ...,. 1719.. 36 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter from a member of the Parliament of Scotland, to his friend at London, concerning their late act for establishing a company of the kingdom tradeing to Africa and the Indies
Verax, Philanax
London. Printed and are to be sold by John Whitlock. 1695.

A Letter from a merchant in Halifax, to a merchant in Boston, trading to Halifax
[Boston. s.n.,. 1757]. 24 p. ;.

A letter from a merchant of London to a member of Parliament, in answer to a letter from a member of Parliament to his friends in the country, concerning the duties on wine and tobacco.
London, . 1733..

A letter from a merchant of the city of London, to the R---t H----ble W---P---esq.;: upon the affairs and commerce of North America, and the West Indies; our African trade; the destination of our squadrons and convoys; new taxes, and the schemes proposed for raising the extraordinary supplies for the current year.
London, . Printed for J. Scott,. 1757.. 98 p..

¬A¬ letter from a minister: to a person of quality
[London]. [1662?]. 4 S..

¬A¬ letter from a minister in Norfolk
London. Midwinter u.a.. 1700. 24 S..

A Letter from a minister in Norfolk to his parishioners, concerning their duty: I. Toward God, II. Toward their governours, III. Toward their neighbors. IV. Toward themselves and families.
London. Printed for T. Leigh and D. Midwinter ...,. 1700.. 24 p..

¬A¬ letter from a minister in the country, to a member ...
London. Baldwin. 1689.

A Letter from a minister of the Church of England: communicated to the right honourable the lord mayor, relating to Thomas White, alias Whitebread, who was lately executed for high-treason.
[London?. s.n.,. 1679?]. 1 broadside..

A Letter from a minister of the Church of England to a gentleman in the countrt [sic]: with instructions how to behave himself in sickness.
London printed. [s.n.],. MDCXCV [1695]. 8 p..

A Letter from a minister of the Church of England to a gentlman in the countrt [sic]: with instructions how to behave himself in sickness.
London printed. [s.n.],. MDCXCV [1695]. 8 p..

A letter from a minister of the Church of England to his dissenting parishioners.: Containing a brief answer to the most material objections against the establish'd church that are to be found in De Laune's Plea, the answer to the Bishop of Derry, the plain reasons for separating, &c. and others. : Together with plain reasons for conformity to the Church of England. : [Five lines of Scripture texts]
Johnson, Samuel,
New-York,. Printed by John Peter Zenger,,. 1733. 31, [1] p. ;.

A letter from Amsterdam to M.C. in London: discovering the taking of Sr. Thomas Armstrong with the narrow escape of My Lord Grey and Mr. Ferguson at Leyden in Holland.
London. Printed for J.S.,. 1684.. 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;.

¬A¬ letter from an American factory worker
Ross, Dale G. ; Whitty, Michael
2005.

A letter from an American, now resident in London, to a member of Parliament: on the subject of the restraining proclamation : and containing strictures on Lord Sheffield's pamphlet on the commerce of the American states
Bingham, William, ; Bell, Robert, ; Ledyard, Isaac, ; Hamilton, Alexander,
Philadelphia. Printed and sold by Robert Bell ...,. 1784.. 48 p. ;.

A letter from an American, now resident in London, to a member of Parliament, on the subject of the restraining proclamation;: and containing strictures on Lord Sheffield's pamphlet on the commerce of the American states.
Bingham, William,
London, . Printed for J. Stockdale,. 1784.. 1 p.l., 52 p..

A letter from an American, now resident in London, to a Member of Parliament, on the subject of the restraining proclamation; and containing strictures on Lord Sheffield's pamphlet, on the commerce of the American states.
Bingham, William, ; Hamilton, Alexander, ; Ledyard, Isaac,
Philadelphia:. Printed and sold by Robert Bell, in Third-Street,,. M,DCC,LXXXIV. [1784]. 48 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter from an American ... on the subject of the restraining proclamation and containing strictures on Lord Sheffield's pamphlet, on the commerce of the American States
Bingham, William
Philadelphia. 1784.

A letter from an apothecary in the West-Indies, to the author of The High-German doctor in England.: Occasioned by the late departure of a noted quack from those parts. With a preface ...
London, . Printed for R. Hitchin,. 1720.. xii, 31, [1] p..

A letter from an elder in an old school Presbyterian church to his son at college.
New York, . 1863. 24 p..

A letter from an elector of the borough of Great-Yarmouth in the county of Norfolk, to Mr. Horatio Walpole, one of the representatives in Parliament for that borough, and ambassador to the court of France;: concerning the stipulation in the Seville treaty for introducing Spanish troops into Tuscany, Parma and Placentia.
Elector of the borough of Great Yarmouth. ; Warner, Thomas,
London, . Printed for T. Warner,. 1730.. 15 p..

¬A¬ letter from an eminent merchant in Constantinople
London. Jones. 1683. 2 S..

A Letter from an eminent merchant in Constantinople to a friend in London: giving an exact relation of the great and glorious cavalcade of Sultan Mahomet the fourth, present emperour of the Turks, as he marched out of Constantinople, r the invasion of Christendome, and the siege of Vienna.
London. Printed for A. Jones,. in the year, 1683.. 1 sheet ([2] p.)..

¬A¬ letter from an eminent merchant in Ostend
London. Stans. 1682. 2 S..

A Letter from an eminent minister of the Church of Scotland: written to a minister of his acquaintance, at some distance, in the same kingdom, giving an account of his conversion, and wonderful change in his preaching, after he had been of some years standing in the ministry
Portsmouth, N.H.. [s.n.],. 1803. 12 p. ;.

A Letter from an eminent minister of the Church of Scotland: written to a minister of his acquaintance, at some distance, in the same kingdom: : giving an account of his conversion, and wonderful change in his preaching, after he had been eight years in the ministry. : [Four lines of Scripture texts]
Leominster, Massachusetts,. Printed by Charles & John Prentiss, for the editor,. 1799. iv, [1], 6-24 p. ;.

A Letter from an eminent minister of the Church of Scotland: written to a minister of his acquaintance, at some distance, in the same kingdom: giving an account of his conversion and wonderful change in his preaching, after he had been of some years standing in the ministry. : [Four lines of Scripture texts]
Reprinted at Exeter [N.H.]:. By Henry Ranlet,,. 1791. 23, [1] p. ;.

A Letter from an eminent minister of the Church of Scotland,: written to a minister of his acquaintance, at some distance, in the same kingdom. Giving an account of his conversion and wonderful change in his preaching, after he had been of some years standing in the ministry. : [Six lines of Scripture texts]
Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts,. [by Isaiah Thomas],. MDCCLXXXV. [1785]. 18 p. ;.

A Letter from an eminent minister of the Church of Scotland;: written to a minister of his acquaintance, at some distance, in the same kingdom. Giving an account of his conversion and wonderful change in his preaching, after he had been of some years standing in the ministry. : [Three lines of Scripture texts]
Boston:. Printed and sold by William McAlpine, about mid-way betwixt the governor's and Dr. Gardiner's, Marlborough-Street,,. 1773. [2], 16 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter from an English merchant: who left Holland
S.l.. [1691]. 1 S..

¬A¬ letter from an English merchant at Amsterdam
London. Crouch. 1695.

¬A¬ letter from an English merchant in London
London. R. C. u.a.. [1688]. 4 S..

A letter from an English merchant in London, to his Dutch correspondant in Amsterdam, about publick affairs
G. M.
London. Printed for R.C. and H.L. ...,. [1688]. 3 [i.e. 4] p..

A letter from an English merchant, who left Holland, and came to take a prospect of our future settlement: to his friend in Rotterdam, which being intercepted, is thought fit to be published
English merchant
[S.l.. s.n.,. 1691?]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

¬A¬ letter from an English prisoner of war: to his friend, a seaman in the British navy
Selby, Charles Bridge
Gosport. printed and sold by J. Watts, and sold by T.N. Longman; J. Sewell; and R.H. Westley, London. [1798]. 14p.

A letter from an honourable person in London to a small friend of his in Lancashire: conteining the character of a certain constant practiser of rebellion now pretending to loyalty.
J. G.
[London. s.n.,. 1660]. 1 broadside..

¬A¬ letter from an Irish Landlord to the editor of "the Globe" on the evils which afflict Ireland, and the remedies proposed for her relief
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. VII, 172 S.. Irish pamphlets ; 701..

¬A¬ letter from an old Common-Council-man: to one of the new Common-Council
London. Inghall. 1681. 4 S..

¬A¬ letter from an undergraduate to the Rev. *. C******, M.A. Fellow, &c. &c. of Trinity College, Cambridge
Undergraduate
London. printed for A. Hamilton. 1792. 11,[1]p.

¬A¬ letter from a Parliament man to his friend, concerning the proceedings of the House of Commons this last sessions, begun the 13th of October, 1675
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper
S.l.. [s.n.,]. 1675.

A letter from a patriot in retirement, to the Right Honourable Mr. William Pitt
Patriot in Retirement
London. printed for G. Woodfall,. 1761..

A letter from a patriot in retirement, to the Right Honourable Mr. William Pitt, upon the resigning of his employment
London. G. Woodfall,. 1761..

A letter from a person of distinction to the Rt. Hon. J--- E--- of Eg---t: Occasioned by the publication of three late pamphlets, entitled, An examination of the principles, &c.&c. An occasional letter concerning the Treaty of Hanau, A second series of facts and arguments
Person of Distinction
London. printed for J. Cobham. 1749. [4],39,[1]p..

¬A¬ letter from a person of quality: to a principal peer of the realm
London. [1661]. 15 S..

¬A¬ letter from a person of quality: to his friend concerning His Majesties late Declaration
[London]. [1681]. 8 S..

¬A¬ letter from a person of quality: to his friend, about abhorrers and addressors ...
London. Frith. 1682. 2 S..

¬A¬ letter from a person of quality in Scotland: to a person of honour in London
[London]. Heath-coat. 1681. 2 S..

Formulation and production of chewing and bubble gum
Eyre, Elizabeth ; Fritz, Douglas
London . Kennedy's Publ.. 2006. 303 S..

A letter from a person of quality to an eminent dissenter: to rectifie his mistakes concerning the succession, the nature of persecution and a comprehension.
Hickes, George,
London. Printed by T.B. for Randolph Taylor ...,. MDCLXXXV [1685]. [2], 30, [1] p..

A letter from a person of quality, to a principal peer of the realm, now sitting in Parliament: occasioned by the present debate upon the penal lawes
Person of quality
London. [s.n.],. 1611 [i.e. 1661]. [2], 13 p.

¬A¬ letter from a P..M..E in I..l..d to a certain great man, who was out of town on the first of August last
Dublin. 1759.

A letter from a primate to a pretender found by a patriot stander-by. To which is added, the oracle of Dagon. And a letter from Dean Swift to George F---k--r
Primate
Isle of Man [i.e. Dublin?]. printed in Poultry-Yard, by Benjamin Free, for the Gaff-Maker,. [1754]..

A letter from a Protestant of integrity: to a principal peer of the realm now sitting in Parliament by way of animadversion on a letter from a person of quality to the same peer of the realm : occasioned by the present debate upon the penal laws.
C. D.
London. Printed for the author,. [1661]. 19 p..

¬A¬ letter from a residing member of the society for promoting christian knowledge to a corresponding member in the country
3. ed.. London. 1725.

A letter from a right honourable aristocrat, to the Right Honourable William Pitt, on the anti-aristocratical tendency of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke's Letter to a noble lord;: with hints for amending Lord Grenville's, and Mr. Pitts's patriotic bills. Also, a recommendation of a tax, for raising the splendid sum of four millions annually, by a mode perfectly comfortable, and never yet adopted.
Right honourable aristocrat. ; Pitt, William, ; Eaton, Daniel Isaac.
London, . Printed for D.I. Eaton,. 1796.. 2 p. l., 40 p..

¬A¬ letter from a Roman Catholic farmer to his brother farmers and other industrious members of the community
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 1011..

[A letter from Arthur T. Brice, about a portrait miniature of the late Mrs. William Thornton]
[Brice, Arthur Tilghman],
Washington, . 1930.. p. 325-326 24 cm..

¬A¬ letter from a scholar in Oxford: to his friend in the countrey
[London]. 1647. 7 S..

A letter from a scholar in Oxford to his friend in the country: shewing what progresse the visitors have made in the reformation of that university, and what it is that obstructs it.
Brathwaite, Richard,
[S.l.. s.n.],. 1647.. [2], 5 p..

A letter from a scholler in Oxford-shire to his unkle a merchant in Broadstreet: upon occasion of a book intituled, A moderate and most proper reply to a declaration, printed and published under His Majesties name, Decemb. 8. intended agnst an ordinance of Parliament for assessing &c.
[Oxford. s.n.],. Printed in the Yeare M.DC.XLII. [1642]. [2], 21 p..

A Letter from a Scotch nun, to a bachelor: containing the reasons why so few are married, with wholesome advices to both sexes in all ranks, how to get married, and that soon.
London. C. Dilly [and 6 others],. 1791.. 32 p. ;.

A letter from a shop-keeper, to the free and independent electors and citizens of Dublin.
Esdall, James.
Dublin, . Printed by James Esdall,. 1749.. 7 p..

A letter from a solider of the IRA to the soldiers of the royal green jackets
Belfast. [s.n.],. 1971.. [5 p.].

¬A¬ letter from a souldier in the Royal camp near Dublin
London. Jones. 1690.

A letter from a tradesman in Lancaster to the merchants of the cities of Philadelphia, New-York and Boston, respecting the loan of money to the government,: with some remarks upon the consequence of the refusal
Koffler, John Frederick.
[Philadelphia]. Printed [by Peter Miller & Co.?],. in the year 1760. [5], 14, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ letter from a venerated nobleman, recently retired from this country, to the Earl of Carlisle, explaining the cause of that event: 1. letter
Fitzwilliam, William W. ; Carlisle, Frederick H.
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 2 Mikrofiches : 17x. Irish pamphlets ; 45..

¬A¬ letter from a Virginian to the members of the congress to be held at Philadelphia, on the first of Sept. 1774
London. 1774.

A Letter from a Virginian to the members of the Congress to be held at Philadelphia, on the first of September, 1774
Boucher, Jonathan,
Boston:. Re-printed and sold by Mills and Hicks, at their printing-office in School-Street,,. 1774. 31, [1] p. ;.

A Letter from Barwick, the head quarters of the army, under the conduct of General Monck ...: shewing their condition and resolution, and the necessity of the present Parliaments restitution : to a merchant in London
J. M
London. [s.n.],. 1659. [3], 6 p.

A letter, from Batista Angeloni, who resided many years in London, to his friend Manzoni.: Wherein the Quakers are politically and religiously considered. : To which is added, The Cloven-Foot discovered. : [One line of Latin text]
Shebbeare, John,
Ephrata [Pa.]:. Re-printed, and sold by several store-keepers in the county of Lancaster.,. [1764]. 8 p.

A letter from Benjamin Franklin to Samuel Cooper: Passy, France, February 27, 1778.
Franklin, Benjamin, ; Kennedy, Lawton, ; Kennedy, Alfred ; Cooper, Samuel,
[S.l.. s.n.],. 1965 . [9] p., [4] p. of plates.

A letter from Benjamin Jones, in Alexandria in Virginia, to John Jones, in Pennsylvania.: Taken from a late news-paper
Jones, Benjamin. ; Jones, John.
[Philadelphia. s.n.],. Re-printed 1754. 7, [1] p. ;.

A letter from Bob;: a war savings play for junior and senior high scools,
Tooley, Howard.
[Washington, D.C.. Government Printing Office,. 1945]. 22 p..

¬A¬ letter from Borneo: with notices of the country and its inhabitants
Brooke, James ; Gardner, James
London. L. and G. Seeley. 1842. 40 p..

A letter from Captain John Tosier, commander of His Majesties ship the Hunter at Jamaica: with a narrative of his embassy and command in that frigat to the captain general and governour of Havannah, to demand His Majesty of Great Brittainsubjects kept prisoners there ... : as also, the miraculous preservation of fifteen English His Majesties subjects, cast away and remaining eighteen days in a long boat at sea in a sad condition, taken up by the said Captain John Tosier.
Tosier, John.
[London. s.n.],. 1679.. [2], 5 p..

¬A¬ letter from Captain Jones
Jones, ...
London. Coe. 1644.

A letter from Charles Carroll, Senior, to the reader.: With his petition to the General Assembly of Maryland; his speech in support of it; and, the resolution of the House of Delegates thereon. : [Seven lines of quotations]
Carroll, Charles,
Annapolis:. Printed by Frederick Green.,. MDCCLXXIX. [1779]. 16 p.

¬A¬ letter from Chester of the twenty second instant ...: Ireland
London. D. K.. 1689. 1 S..

¬A¬ letter from Christ to the world: an exploration of the role of the laity in the church today
Apostola, Nicholas
Geneva. World Council of Churches. 1998. XI, 147 S..
ISBN 2-8254-1280-5

A letter from Colonel Venault de Charmilly, Knight of the Royal and Military Order of St. Louis: to Lieut. General B. Tarleton, Colonel of the Twenty-First Light Dragoons, and Governor of Berwick.
Venault de Charmilly. ; Tarleton,
London. Printed by D. N. Shury,. 1810.. 35 p..

A letter from Common honesty, to Common sense: shewing, how poor Honesty, being in distress, sought for employment to an eminent citizen in trade, an attorney, a recruiting officer, a bishop, a treasurer, and a parliament man, &c. but was refus'd by 'em all, and very ill treated, and at last oblig'd to apply to his kinsman Common sense, publisher of a news-paper, where he readily found encouragement. : Very diverting and instructive. : Price eighteen pence, old tenor
Common honesty.
Boston,. Printed and sold by Thomas Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill.,. [1756?]. 12 p. ;.

A letter from Connecticut to Elder Elias Lee, Anabaptist teacher in the vicinity of Ballstown, state of New-York
Smith, William, ; Lee, Elias,
[New Haven. s.n,. 1799]. 4 p.

A letter from Cuba's student freedom fighters to Fidel Castro's American student guests.
Miami, Fla.,. Unidad Revolucionaria,. [1963?].. 26 p. ;.

A letter from Daniel Bedinger, late navy agent at Norfolk, to Robert Smith, esq., secretary of the navy:
Bedinger, Daniel. [from old catalog] ; Smith, Robert,
Norfolk, . Printed by A. C. Jordan, & co.,. 1898.. 18, 34 p..

A letter from Daniel Bedinger, late Navy agent at Norfolk, to Robert Smith, Secretary of the Navy: with an appendix, containing sundry official and other papers
Bedinger, Daniel ; Smith, Robert,
Norfolk [Va.]. Printed by A.C. Jordan & Co.,. 1808. 18, 34 p. ;.

A letter, from Daniel Rathbun, of Richmond in the County of Berkshire, to James Whittacor, chief elder of the church, called Shakers
Rathbun, Daniel. ; Rathbun, Valentine,
[United States. s.n.,. ca. 1785]. 120 p. ;.

A letter, from Daniel Rathbun, of Richmond, in the County of Berkshire, to James Whittacor, chief elder of the church, called Shakers
Rathbun, Daniel. ; Rathbun, Valentine,
Springfield, (Massachusetts). Printed at the printing-office, near the great ferry.,. MDCCLXXXV. [1785]. xi, [2], 14-128 p. ;.

A letter from David Morris Fackler to the Right Rev. George w. Doane, vindicating the catholicity of his priesthood, in answer to the charge brought against him of schismatical conduct.
Fackler, David Morris ; Doane, George W.
New York . J. Moffet,. 1851.. 64 p..

A letter from Doctor More: with passages out of several letters from persons of good credit relating to the state and improvement of the province of Pennsilvania : published to prevent false reports.
More, Nicholas, ; Penn, William,
[London. s.n.],. 1687.. 11 p..

A letter from Dr. Frank Orville Sale of Urbana, Illinois (father of Charles "Chic" Sale, stage and motion picture star, and author of "The Specialist") to his cousin, H.E. Daugherty, of Indianapolis, Indiana
Sale, Frank Orville, ; Daugherty, H. E. ; Pressell, Mildred Chandler. ; Paterson, Vera Stumpf.
Reno, Nev.. [s.n.],. 1956.. 10 leaves..