A letter from Dr. John Bard, president of the Medical Society, of the State of New-York,: to the author of Thoughts on the dispensary. : Published some time past in the Daily advertiser, signed A subscriber
Bard, John,
New York:. Printed and sold by William Durell, no. 19, Queen Street.,. MDCCXCI. [1791] (Price 1s 6.). 24 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter from Dr. P. to the Bishop of R.
Payne, William ; Sprat, Thomas
London. Cumberland. 1696. 80 S..

A letter from Dr. Reese, to Amariah Brigham, M. D.,
Reese, David Meredith,
New-York, . Howe & Bates,. 1837.. 18 p..

¬A¬ letter from Dublin of April the second
S.l.. [1690]. 2 S..

¬A¬ letter from Duke Schomberge's camp
London. Parkhurst u.a.. 1689. 11 S..

A letter from Duke Schomberge's camp, giving an account of the condition of the English and Irish army, and a true account of all the papists in Ireland their number and estates, with reasons for declaring them forfeited, and the several parties amongst them: with all the material circumstances that relate to that kingdom : from the camp at Dundalke, November 4, 1689.
London. Printed for Tho. Parkhurst, and published by Randal Taylor ...,. 1689.. [2], 9 p..

(A letter from Edinburgh, Nov. 30. 1643. Giving full satisfaction to all men why the Scotish army is not yet advanced into England)
o. O.. o. J. [1643].

A letter from Edmund Burke;: one of the representatives in Parliament for the city of Bristol, to John Farr, and John Harris, sheriffs of that city, on the affairs of America.
Burke, Edmund,
London. Printed for J. Dodsley,. 1777.. 75 p..

A letter from Edmund Burke, Esq.;: one of the representatives in Parliament for the city of Bristol to John Farr and John Harris, Esqrs., sheriffs of that city on the affairs of America.
Burke, Edmund, ; Farr, John. ; Harris, John.
London, . Printed for J. Dodsley,. 1777.. 77 p..

A letter from Edmund Burke, esq.,
Burke, Edmund,
Dublin, . W. Whitestone [etc.]. 1777.. 2 p. l., 55 p..

¬A¬ letter from Edmund Burke to a noble lord, on the attacks made upon him and his pension, in the house of Lords, by the Duke of Bedford and the Earl of Lauderdale, early in the present sessions of parliament
Burke, Edmund
6. ed. London. 1796.

A letter from .. Edmund Burke .. to Sir Hercules Langrishe, on the subject of Roman Catholics of Ireland, and the propriety of admitting them to the elective franchise, consistently with the principles of the constitution as established at the revolution
Burke, Edmund
2. Ed. London. 1792.

A letter from Edmund Ellis, a minister of the Church of England to John Norris, another minister of the same church: in vindication of the Quakers from the charge of being Socinians.
Elys, Edmund, ; Norris, John,
[London. s.n.,. 1693]. 4 p..

A letter from Elizabeth Webb to Anthony William Boehm, with his answer
Webb, Elizabeth. ; Böhm, Anton Wilhelm,
Philadelphia:. Printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street.,. MDCCLXXXIII. [1783]. 44 p. ;.

A letter from Freeman of South-Carolina, to the deputies of North-America, assembled in the high court of Congress at Philadelphia
Drayton, William Henry,
South Carolina: Charles-Town,. Printed by Peter Timothy.,. M,DCC,LXXIV. [1774]. 47, [1] p ;.

A letter from Galileo: Galileo the innovator
Galilei, Galileo ; Dibner, Bern ; Drake, Stillman
Norwalk ; Ct.. Burndy Library. 1967.

A letter from General Lee, to General Burgoyne, printed from the New-York gazetteer, of July 6.: To which is added, General Burgoyne's answer, and a copy of a letter from General Lee, declining an interview proposed by General Burgoyne
Lee, Charles, ; Burgoyne, John,
Boston;. Printed and sold at Draper's printing-office, in Newbury-Street.,. MDCCLXXV. [1775]. 19, [1] p. ;.

A Letter from Generall Leven, the Lord Fairfax, and the Earl of Manchester, to the committee of both kingdoms, and by them communicated to the Parliament: concerning the great victory it hath pleased God to give them over the forces under the command of Prince Rupert and the Marquesse of Newcastle, at Marstam-moor, neer York, July the second, 1644 : signed thus : Leven, Lindsey, F. Fairfax, Tho. Hatcher, Manchester : expressing also what number of the enemy are slain, what number taken prisoners, and what ordnance, arms and ammunition the enemy lost : also an order of the Commons assembled in Parliament, for Thursday the 18 of this present July, for a day of publike thanksgiving throughout the whole kingdom ...
Leven, Alexander Leslie, ; Hatcher, Thomas, ; Balcarres, Alexander Lindsay, ; Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax, ; Manchester, Edward Montagu,
London. Printed for Edw. Husbands,. Iuly 12, 1644.. 7 p..

A letter from General Ludlow to Dr. Hollingworth ...: defending his former letter to Sir E.S. [i.e. Edward Seymour] which compared the tyranny of the first four years of King Charles the Martyr, with the tyranny of the four years of the le abdicated king, and vindicating the Parliament which began in Novemb. 1640 : occasioned by the lies and scandals of many bad men of this age.
Ludlow, Edmund, ; Hollingworth, Richard,
Amsterdam. [s.n.],. 1692.. viii, 72 p..

A letter from George Nicholas, of Kentucky, to his friend, in Virginia.: Justifying the conduct of the citizens of Kentucky, as to some of the late measures of the central government; and correcting certain false statements, which have been made in the different states, of the views and actions of the people of Kentucky
Nicholas, George,
Lexington [Ky.]:. Printed by John Bradford, on Main Street.,. 1798. 42 p. ;.

A letter from George Nicholas, of Kentucky, to his friend, in Virginia.: Justifying the conduct of the citizens of Kentucky, as to some of the late measures of the general government; and correcting certain false statements, which have been made in the different states, of the views and actions of the people of Kentucky
Nicholas, George,
[Philadelphia]. Lexington: printed--Philadelphia: reprinted, by James Carey, no. 16, Chesnut-Street.,. 1799. 39, [1] p. ;.

A letter from George Washington, President of the United States of America, to Mrs. Stockton
Washington, George ; Stockton, Annis Boudinot ; Lebeck, Michael ; Lehmden, Peter von
Mindelheim, Bavaria, Germany. Three Kings Press. 1970. [29] S..

¬A¬ letter, from Germany, to the Princess Royal of England: on the English and German languages ; with a table of the different Northern languages, and of different periods of the German ; and with an index
Croft, Herbert
Hamburgh. Fauche. 1797. 96, III S.. English linguistics 1500 - 1800 ; 101.

A Letter From Governor Pownall To Adam Smith ....
Pownall, Thomas
London. Almon,. 1776..

¬A¬ letter from Governor Pownall to Adam Smith ... being an examination of several points of doctrine, laid down in his Inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations
Pownall, Thomas ; Smith, Adam
London. Printed for J. Almon. 1976. 48 p..

A letter from Governor Pownall to Adam Smith, L.L.D., F.R.S.,
Pownall, Thomas,
Baker City, Oregon. Nostalgia Family Video,. c1996. 1 videocassette (56 min.).

A letter from Governor Pownall to Adam Smith, L.L.D., F.R.S.,: being an examination of several points of doctrine laid down in his Inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations.
Pownall, Thomas,
New York, . A.M. Kelley,. 1967.. 48 p..

A letter from Granville Moss: 15 November 1979
Moss, Granville ; Rothenberg, Jerome,
Madison, Wis.. Iguana Press,. c1980. [4] p. (1 fold.).

A letter from Henry Laurens to his son, John Laurens, August 14, 1776.
Laurens, Henry, ; Laurens, John, ; Morris, Richard Brandon,
New York, . privately printed for the Columbia University Libraries,. 1964.. 30 p..

A letter from His Excellency, the Heer van Horne to the high and mighty lords, the States Generall of the United Provinces, from on board the Hollandia sailing off of Nermontier: wherein is given a true accomtp [sic] of the actions of theutch fleet upon the coasts of France, as also of their landing in diverse places on the said coasts
Hornes, Willem Adriaan,
London. Printed for J.G.,. 1674.. 8 p..

A letter from His Excellency William Franklin, Esquire; to the Honorable the gentlemen of His Majesty's Council and to the gentlemen of the House of Representatives of His Majesty's province of New-Jersey
Franklin, William,
[Burlington, N.J.. Printed by Isaac Collins,. 1776]. [4] p. ;.

A letter from His Highness the Prince of Orange: written in the camp at Quaringman, the 18th. of August, 1674 : directed to the Lords in Council, concerning the late fight.
William
London. Printed for Henry Eversden ...,. [1674]. [3] p..

¬A¬ letter from Holland, touching
Witt, Cornelius ¬de¬
[London]. E. R.. 1688. 4 S..

A letter from Hon. William Whiting to Hon. Henry Wilson, of the U.S. Senate: showing that the government is bound to fulfil in good faith its contract with the Central Branch Union Pacific R.R. Company.
Whiting, William, ; Wilson, Henry,
[Washington. s.n.,. 1870?]. 7 p. ;.

<<A>> letter from India: contemporary short stories from Pakistan
Sheikh, Moazzam
New Delhi . Penguin Books. 2004. 168 S..

A letter from ********, in London, to his friend in America, on the subject of the slave-trade;: together with some extracts, from approved authors of matters of fact, confirming the principles contained in said letter. : [Four lines of Scripture texts]
Day, Thomas,
New-York:. Printed by Samuel Loudon, no. 5, Water-Street.,. M,DCC,LXXXIV. [1784]. 28 p. ;.

A letter from Jacob Barker to his friend in Bristol, Pennsylvania, in relation to the late conspiracy to destroy the Exchange Bank
Barker, Jacob,
New-York. Printed by J. Robinson,. 1819.. 8 p..

¬A¬ letter from Jacob of Edessa to John the Stylite: Syriac text with introduction, translation and commentary
Rignell, Karl-Erik
1979. 118 S..

¬A¬ letter from Jacob of Edessa to John the Stylite of Litarab concerning ecclesiastical canons: Ed. from Ms. Br. Mus. Add. 14,493 with introd., transl. and commentary
Rignell, Karl-Erik
Lund. Gleerup. 1979. 118 S..
ISBN 91-40-04690-7

A letter from Jacob of Edessa to John the Stylite of Litarab concerning ecclesiastical canons
Jakob av Edessa, ; Rignell, Karl-Erik, ; Johannes styliten
Lund. LiberLäromedel/Gleerup,. 1979 ; . 118 s. ;.

A letter from Jacob of Edessa to John the Stylite of Litarab concerning ecclestiastical canons ; edited from Ms. Br. Mus. Add. 14,493 with introduction, translation and commentary
640-708 <Edessenus> ; Rignell, Karl-Erik [Hrsg.]
Lund. CWK Gleerup. 1979. 118 S..
ISBN 91-40-04690-7

A letter from James Boyle to Wm. Lloyd Garrison respecting the clerical appeal, sectarianism, true holiness &c., also, Lines on Christian rest,
Boyle, James. ; Garrison, William Lloyd,
Boston, . I. Knapp,. 1838.. xi, 43 p..

A letter from James Boyle to Wm. Lloyd Garrison respecting the clerical appeal, sectarianism, true holiness, & c. ; Lines on Christian rest
Boyle, James,
Boston. I. Knapp,. 1838. 43 p.

A letter from Japan: the photographs of John Swope ; [on the occasion of the Exhibition A Letter from Japan: the Photographs of John Swope, presented at the Hammer Museum at UCLA, March 5 - June 4, 2006]
Swope, John [Ill.] ; Peter, Carolyn ; Dower, John W. ; Schottlaender, Sherri [Hrsg.]
1. ed.. Göttingen. Steidl. 2006. 255 S..
978-3-86521-267-2 |b Gewebe : EUR 40.00, sfr 69.60

¬A¬ letter from J. Keyser: surgeon and chymist, of Paris, to Mr. Jonathan Wathen, surgeon, of London, ... To which is added, a letter from the learned Professor Le Cat
Keyser, J.
London. printed for W. Nicoll. 1765.

¬A¬ letter from John Bird Esq; to the Right Honourable the Lord Sydney Beauclerc: Vice-Chamberlain to the King, ... concerning Mr. Bird's election for the city of Coventry; and his qualification to sit and vote in Parliament
Bird, John
London. printed in the year. 1741. 31,[1]p.

A letter, from John Bowden, A.M. Rector of St. Paul's Church, Norwalk, to the Reverend Ezra Stiles, D.D. LL.D. president of Yale-College.: Occasioned by some passages concerning church government, in an ordination sermon, preached, at New-London, May 17th. 1787
Bowden, John,
New-Haven;. Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green,,. M,DCC,LXXXVIII. [1788]. 50, [2] p. ;.

¬A¬ Letter from John Bull to His Grace the Duke of Wellington: on the state of the country
Wellington, Arthur Wellesley
London. Printed for S. Smart. 1830. 8 p..

¬A¬ Letter from John Bull to His Grace the Duke of Wellington on the state of the country: with John's remedy for the distress
Wellington, Arthur Wellesley
London. Printed for S. Smart. 1830. 8 p..

A letter from Jonathan's to the Treasury.
London. Printed for G. Burnet ...,. [ca. 1763]. 13, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ letter ¬from Kenneth Gordon Lindsay¬
Lindsay, Kenneth G. ; Mathu, George W.
Nairobi. 1973. 15 Bl.. Institute of African Studies <Nairobi>: Discussion paper ; 45..

A letter from Legion to His Grace the Duke of Richmond, chairman of the Slavery Committee of the House of Lords, containing an exposure of the character of the evidence on the colonial side produced before the committee
Miles, William Augustus,
London. S. Bagster,. [1832?]. 196 p..

A letter from Lieut. Gen. Burgoyne to his constituents,: upon his late resignation; with the correspondence between the secretaries of war and him, relative to his return to America.
Burgoyne, John,
London, . Printed for J. Almon,. 1779.. 1 p. \U+fffd\., 37 p..

¬A¬ letter from Lord Denman to Lord Brougham, on the final extinction of the slave-trade
Denman, Joseph ; Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham
2nd ed., corr. London. J. Hatchard. 1848.

A letter from Lord Western, on the management of his flock of merino sheep: addressed to James Bischoff, Esq., "author of a comprehensive history of the different breeds of sheep, and the woollen trade, throughout the world."
Western, C. C. ; Bischoff, James, ; Spencer, John Charles Spencer,
London. Printed for Messrs. Ridgway,. 1842.. 16, 12 p., 4 leaves of plates.

¬A¬ letter from Major Scott to the right honourable Edmund Burke
Scott Waring, John ; Burke, Edmund ¬[Adressat]¬
New York [u.a.]. Pergamon Pr.. 1983. 1 Mikrofiche. Pergamon history of economics series ; 1168.

A letter from Major William Bradford to the Reverend John Cotton,: written at Mount Hope on July 21, 1675, and containing an account of the operations leading up to an unsuccessful attempt to capture Metacom, alias King Philip, the Wampanoag chieftain.
Bradford, William,
Providence, . Printed by S. P. C. for the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations,. 1914.. 2 p. l., [3]-16 p..

A letter from Mark Twain to his publishers, Chatto & Windus of London, calling their attention to certain indiscretions of the proof readers of Messrs. Spottiswoode & Co.: printed for the first time from the letter in the collection of James Hart
Twain, Mark, ; Clemens, Cyril, ; Hart, James David, ; Reynolds, Herbert.
San Francisco. The Penguin Press,. 1929.. [12] p..

A letter from M. Condorcet, a member of the National Convention, to a magistrate in Swisserland,: respecting the massacree [sic] of the Swiss Guards on the 10th of August, &c. : With a letter from Thomas Paine, to the people of France, on his election to the National Convention. : To which is added, an abstract of that system of despotism, which has been overturned by the French, and under which the mass of the people in that country have groaned for ages. : With a brief account of the strength and resources of France
Condorcet, Jean-Antoine-Nicolas de Caritat, ; Paine, Thomas,
New-York:. [s.n.] Printed for the book-sellers.,. M,DCC,XCIII. [1793]. 29, [3] p. ;.

¬A¬ letter from Mons. de Voltaire, to Mr. Hume, on his dispute with M. Rousseau. Translated from the French
Voltaire
London. printed for S. Bladon. 1766.

¬A¬ letter from Mons. de Voltaire to the author of The orphan of China
Voltaire
The second edition. London. printed for I. Pottinger. 1759.

¬A¬ Letter from Monsieur Pett-m to Monsieur B-ys: Faithfully translated from the French original
London. 1710. 1 Bl..

A letter from Montagu Burgoyne, Esq. of Mark Hall, to the freeholders and inhabitants of the County of Essex: on the present awful crisis of public affairs, the pressing necessity of a reform in Parliament, and a more complete organization of our resources for the internal defence of the Empire
Burgoyne, Montagu
London. Printed by Richard Taylor and Co. 1810. 62 p..

A letter from Moses: mysticism that leads one to the brink of the experience of God
Gilberti, Ben.
Portland, OR. Spirit Press,. 1999.. p. ;.

¬A¬ letter from Mr. Alexander Webster to the Reverend Mr. Ralph Erskine: containing a vindication of Mr. Webster's postscript to his second edition of Divine influence, &c.
Webster, Alexander ; Webster, Alexander ; Erskine, Ralph
Edinburgh. Printed by T. Lumisden and J. Robertson, and sold by J. Traill. 1743. 19 p..

A letter from Mr. Burke,: to a member of the National Assembly; in answer to some objections to his book on French affairs.
Burke, Edmund, ; Dodsley, James,
Paris printed; London, . Reprinted for J. Dodsley,. 1791.. 74 p..

A letter from Mr. Burke, to a member of the National Assembly;: in answer to some objections to his book on French affairs
Burke, Edmund, ; Devereux, Sidney.
[New York]. Paris: printed. New-York: re-printed by Hugh Gaine, at the Bible, in Hanover-Square.,. --1791.--. 39, [1] p. ;.

A letter from Mr. Burke to a member of the National Assembly, in answer to some objections to his book on French affairs
Burke, Edmund,
Dublin. Reprinted by W. Porter for G. Burnet [etc.],. 1791. [4], 60 p. ;.

A letter from Mr. Joseph Adams, to the Rev. Mr. Thomas Barnard of Newbury;: with Mr. Barnard's answer thereto
Adams, Joseph, ; Barnard, Thomas, ; Adams, Joseph,
Boston:. Printed and sold by Thomas Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill.,. 1743. 16 p. ;.

A letter from Mr. Marshall and Mr. Nye, appointed assistants to the commissioners of Scotland: to their brethren in England, concerning the successe of their affaires there, partly concerning the covenant.
Marshall, Stephen, ; Nye, Philip,
London. Printed for John Bellamy and Ralph Smith,. 1643.. [2], 4, [1] p..

A Letter from Mr. Olivarius ... to his Countrymen, the Danes, upon the subject of Mr. Molesworth
Kiel . 1794.

A letter from Mr. Paine to Mr. Secretary Dundas: on his opening the debate in the House of Commons, on the proclamation of the 25th of May, for suppressing publications, &c. wherein is answered the cavils of other court-parasites against his Rights of man, interesting to every American.
Paine, Thomas, ; Melville, Henry Dundas,
New-York. Printed by Samuel Loudon, no. 5 Water-Street,. [1792]. 16 p. ;.

A letter from Mr. Pickering, secretary of state, to Mr. Pinckney, minister plenipotentiary at Paris,: in answer to the complaints communicated by Mr. Adet, minister of the French republic, against the United States of America
Pickering, Timothy, ; Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth,
Richmond:. Printed and sold by T. Nicolson.,. [1797]. 93, [3] p. ;.

A letter from Mr. Richard Smith to Dr. Henry Hammond, concerning the sence of that article in the creed, He descended into hell, together with Dr. Hammond's answer.
Smith, Richard, ; Hammond, Henry,
London. Printed for Richard Chiswell ...,. 1684.. [6], 78 p..

A letter from Mrs. Anne Dutton, to the Reverend Mr. G. Whitefield
Dutton, Anne, ; Whitefield, George,
Philadelphia,. Printed and sold by William Bradford, at the Sign of the Bible in Second-Street.,. [1743]. 11, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ letter from Mrs. Gunning: addressed to His Grace the Duke of Argyll
Gunning, Susannah
The second edition. Dublin. [printed for P. Wogan, P. Byrne, J. Moore, J. Jones, W. McKenzie, [and 9 others in Dublin]. 1791.

A letter from Mr. Stephen Colledge to a person of quality: upon his removal to Oxford to be try'd upon an impeachment of high treason.
Colledge, Stephen,
[London]. Printed for Francis Smith ...,. 1681.. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

¬A¬ letter from Mr. Voltaire to M. Jean Jacques Rousseau
Voltaire
London. printed for J. Payne. 1766.

A letter from my father: the strange, intimate correspondence of W. Ward Smith to his son Page Smith
Smith, W. Ward ; Smith, Page.
New York. Morrow,. 1976.. 472 p., [17] leaves of plates.

A letter from Newcastle to the Right Honourable, the Lord High Chancellour of Scotland and the rest of the Scotish Commissioners at London: containing a relation of the taking of the town of Newcastle by storm dated the 19 of October, 1644.
Humbie, A.
London. Printed for Robert Bostock and Samuel Gellibrand,. Octob. 26, 1644.. [2], 5 p..

¬A¬ letter from No Body in the city to No Body in the countrey
London. Some-Body. 1679. 8 S..

¬A¬ letter from on board the York Frigat
S.l.. [1689]. 1 S..

¬A¬ letter from one of the people call'd Quakers to Francis de Voltaire: occasioned by his remarks on that people in his letters concerning the English nation
Martin, Josiah
London. printed and sold by T. Sowle Raylton and Luke Hinde; also sold by P. Vaillant, and J. Roberts. 1741.

¬A¬ letter from one of the people called Quakers to Francis de Voltaire, occasioned by his remarks on that people, in his letters concerning the English nation
Martin, Josiah
Dublin. London: printed, and Dublin: re-printed by and for Isaac Jackson. 1749.

A Letter from one of the Society of Friends, relative to the conscientious scrupulousness of its members to bear arms
[Philadelphia?]. From the press,. 1795. 18 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter from one of the special constables in London on the late occasion of their being called out to keep the peace
Helps, Arthur
London. W. Pickering. 1848. 23 p..

A Letter from Oxford concerning Mr. Samuel Johnson's late book
N. N.
Oxford. [s.n.],. 1693. [1], 31 p.

¬A¬ letter from Patrick Taylor of Rally-James-Duff to his cousin Jemmy in Dublin: upon a late paper war in the metropolis
Taylor, Patrick
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 570..

A letter from Peter Cooper, on slave emancipation.
Cooper, Peter,
[New York, . 1863]. 8 p..

A letter from Peter Cooper to His Excellency Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States
Cooper, Peter,
New York, . 1863. [9]-12 p..

¬A¬ letter from Philip K. Dick: February 1, 1960
Dick, Philip K.
Glen Ellen, Calif.. Philip K. Dick Soc.. 1983. 11 S.. Pamphlet ; 1.

A Letter from Quebeck, in Canada, to M. L'Maine, a French officer.: Which contains a particular account of the present designs of the French upon the English in North-America; what force the French have collected, their several divisions, and the places destin'd for each. : Likewise an account of the defenceless condition of the English provinces and colonies, and the methods made use of by the French to procure such intelligence
Boston:. Printed and sold by Thomas Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill.,. 1754. 8 p. ;.

A letter from Richard Burke, Esq., to a gentleman of the City of Cork: upon the utility of a Catholic committee, as recommended by Mr. Byrne : and upon the substitution of another measure in the place of it, in order to allay the present alarm, and obtain the restitution of the elective franchise.
Burke, Richard,
Cork. Printed by William Flyn ...,. 1792.. 26 p. ;.

A letter from Richard Burke, Esq. to < > Esq. of Cork: in which the legality and propriety of the meeting recommended in Mr. Byrne's circular letter, are discussed
Burke, Richard,
Dublin, . Printed by P. Byrne,. 1792.. 3 p.l., 46 p..

A letter from Richard Raynal Keene to Luther Martin, esq., attorney-general of Maryland, upon the subject of his 'Modern gratitude' ...
Keene, Richard Raynal,
Baltimore [Md.]. Printed by Prentiss & Cole,. 1802. 53 p. ;.

A Letter from Richard Smith to Henry Hammond, concerning the Sence of that Article in the Creed He descended into Hell: together with Dr. Hammonds Answer
Hammond, Henry
London. 1684.

A letter from Robert S. Reeder, esq., to Dr. Stouton W. Dent on the Colored population of Maryland and slavery: and a speech on the proposition to call a convention, by a single act of the legislature, to change the Constitution, at Decemr session, 1845.
Reeder, Robert S.
Port Tobacco, [Md.]. Printed by Elijah Wells,. 1859.. 58 p. ;.

A letter from Rome, shewing an exact conformity between popery and paganism: or, The religion of the present Romans, derived from that of their heathen ancestors ...
Middleton, Conyers,
London. Printed for R. Manby,. 1742.. 6 p.l., cxix, 121-248 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter from Rome, shewing an exact conformity between popery and paganism or, the religion of the present Romans derived from that of their heathen ancestors
Middleton, Conyers
3. ed., with additions. London. Innys and Manby. 1733. 71 S..

¬A¬ letter from Rome showing an exact conformity between popery and paganism
Middleton, Conyers
5. éd.. London. 1812.

A letter from Rudyard Kipling on a possible source of The tempest: with an epistle to the reader by Edwin Collins Frost.
Kipling, Rudyard, ; Frost, Edwin Collins.
Providence. Privately printed,. 1906 . 32 p. ;.

A letter from Salerno
Clift, G. Glenn
New York. New York Public Library,. 1943.. 11, [1] p. ;.

A letter from Sherman to Colonel Stevenson
Sherman, William T. ; Smith, Wilbur J ; Goodman, John B.
Los Angeles. H.C. Alward ... [et al.],. 1960. [8] p..

A letter from Sir Anthony Ashley Cooper, Thomas Scot, Io. Berners and Iohn Weaver, Esquiers: delivered to the Lord Fleetwood : owning their late actions in endeavouring to secure the Tower of London, and expostulating his Lordships defection from his engagement unto the Parliament
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, ; Scott, Thomas, ; Berners, Josias ; Weaver, John, ; Fleetwood, Charles,
[London. s.n.],. 1659. [2], 4 p.

A letter from Sir Anthony Ashley Cooper, Thomas Scot, Jo. Berners and John Weaver, Esquires: delivered to the Lord Fleetvvood : owning their late actions in endeavouring to secure the Tower of London for the better service of the city and commonwealth
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, ; Scott, Thomas, ; Berners, Josias ; Weaver, John, ; Fleetwood, Charles,
[London. s.n.],. 1659. 6 p.

A letter from Sir Anthony Ashly Cooper, Thomas Scot, John Berners, and John Weaver ...: delivered to the Lord Fleetwood: owning their late actions endeavouring to secure the Tower of London ...
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, ; Scott, Thomas, ; Berners, Josias. ; Weaver, John,
[London, . 1659]. 8 p..

A letter from Sir Anthony Ashly [sic] Cooper, Thomas Scot, John Berners and John Weaver, Esqs.: delivered to the Lord Fleetwood : owning their late actions in endeavouring to secure the Tower of London, and expostulating his Lordships defection from his engagement unto the Parliament
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, ; Scott, Thomas, ; Berners, Josias. ; Weaver, John,
[London. s.n.],. 1659. 8 p.

¬A¬ letter from Sir George Stephen to Sir E.F. Buxton, Bart., M.P: on the proposed revival of the English slave trade
Stephen, George ; Buxton, Edward North
London. Simpkin, Marshall. 1849. 16 p..

A letter from Sir Richard Cox, Bart. to Thomas Prior, Esq.: shewing, from experience, a sure method to establish the linnen-manufacture and the beneficial effects it will immediately produce.
Cox, Richard, ; Prior, Thomas,
[London]. Dublin printed, London re-printed, Boston, N.E. re-printed and sold by J. Draper,. 1750.. 46, [2] p. ;.

A letter from Sir Richard Vyvyan, Bart., M.P. to his constituents upon the commercial and financial policy of Sir Robert Peel's administration
Vyvyan, Richard Rawlinson,
London. J. Bohn,. 1842.. 55 p. ;.

A letter from Sir Richard Vyvyan, Bt., M.P., to the magistrates of Berkshire: upon their newly-established practice of consigning prisoners to solitary confinement before trial, and ordering that they be disguised by masks whenever they are taken out of their cells.
Vyvyan, Richard Rawlinson,
London. Ridgway,. [1845]. 42 p. ;.

A letter from Sir William Keith, bart. governour of Pennsylvania, to Mr. James Logan, secretary to the proprietorship of the said province,: on occasion of Mr. Logan's having sent to Sir William a copy of his printed paper called the Antidote
Keith, William,
Philadelphia:. Printed and sold by Andrew Bradford,,. 1725. 16 p. ;.

A letter from Sir William Waller, a member of the House of Commons to the Right Honorable Robert Earl of Essex his excellencie: of a great victory he obtained at Malmsbury, 23 Martii in the county of Wilts : with the names of divers of the commanders in chief that he took, with 300 foot, a troop of horse, and many peeces of ordnance : also a true relation of Sergeant Major Burghells valour, who went into the enemies quarters at Sherston, routed them, took twenty five prisoners, one captain, two lieutenants, one quarter master, killed eight and took forty or fifty horses and arms, without the losse of one man.
Waller, William,
London. Printed for Edw. Husbands ...,. March 28, 1643.. 8 p..

¬A¬ letter from Some-Body in the country
London. D. M.. 1679. 8 S..

A letter from South Carolina: giving an account of the soil, air, product, trade, government, laws, religion, people, military strength, &c. of that province : together with the manner and necessary charges of settling a plantation there,nd the annual profit it will produce
Nairne, Thomas,
London. Printed for A. Baldwin,. 1710.. 63 p. ;.

A letter from St. Omars
London. 1679.

A letter from St. Omars in farther confirmation of the truth of the Popish Plot upon a consideration of divers circumstances in the trials: together with several new matters relating to a farther discovery thereof, and particularly, a letr from Mr. Jennison proving Mr. Ireland to have been in London the 19th of August, contrary to the Staffordshire witnesses and what the five Jesuits (lately executed) insisted upon at their trials : with remarks upon the said letter.
D. G. ; Jenison, Robert,
London. [s.n.],. 1679.. [2], 22 p..

A Letter from sundry members belonging to a church of Jesus Christ, in Newport on Rhode-Island under the pastoral care of Timothy Packcom, to the several Baptist churches in New-England, that are, or have been, united in the general meetings usually held at Providence, Swansy, &c.: In two parts
Newport [R.I.] N.E.. Printed [by Ann Franklin],. in the year MDCCXLI [i.e, 1742 N.S.]. 60 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter from Sydney: being a long epistle from Ray Lindsay to his brother Jack relating mainly to their lives in Sydney in the nineteen twenties
Lindsay, Raymond ; Lindsay, Jack ¬[Adressat]¬ ; Arnold, John ¬[Hrsg.]¬
1. ed.. Melbourne, Australia. Jester Pr.. 1983. 56 S. : Ill..
ISBN 0-9596385-8-X

A letter from Sydney, the principal town of Australasia & other writings of colonization
Wakefield, Edward Gibbon
London [u.a.]. Dent [u.a.]. 1929. XVI, 256 S.. Everyman&apos;s library ; 828 : Travel.

¬A¬ letter from the annual committee of the Convention of Royal Boroughs: to the several boroughs of Scotland
Edinburgh. [s.n.]. 1736.

A letter from the Associate Reformed Synod, to the Associate Presbytery of Pennsylvania;: and another from that presbytery, in answer to the former. : To which is prefixed, a state of some facts, relative to the controversy now subsisting, concerning the Scots Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia
Philadelphia:. Printed by Young and M'Culloch, the corner of Chesnut and Second-Streets.,. M,DCC,LXXX,VII. [1787]. 12 p. ;.

A letter, from the Association, of the County of New-Haven, to the Reverend elders, in the colonies of Rhode-Island, and Massachusetts-Bay, who assisted in the ordination, of the Rev. Mr. John Hubbard, at Meriden, June 22nd, 1769.: To which are annexed, remarks on the confession of faith and examination, of the said Mr. Hubbard, some time since, published in the weekly papers; and also in a pamphlet, entitled, "The transactions of the council, called for the ordination of Mr. John Hubbard, at Meriden, December 29th, 1767. And the Consociation of the County of New-Haven, convened there at the same time
Trumbull, Benjamin,
New-Haven;. Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green.,. [1770]. 24 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter from the Bishop of Rochester
Sprat, Thomas
Savoy. Jones. 1688 [- 1689]. 20 S..

A letter from the Commissioners of the Kingdom of Scotland residing here at London to William Lenthall Esq. Speaker of the House of Commons: concerning the present proceedings in this kingdome, against religion, the King, and government :ogether with their declaration and protestation against the taking away His Majesties life.
Lenthall, William,
London. [s.n.],. 1649.. [2], 8 p..

A letter from the corresponding secretary of the New York State Inebriate Asylum to the governor of the state of New York: on the subject of appropriation, dated December 22, 1857.
New York. Wynkoop, Hallenbeck & Thomas, printers,. 1858.. 20 p. ;.

A letter from the Count Sinzendorf, Chancellor of the Court to His Imperial and Catholick Majesty sent to Monsieur de Palm the Emperor's resident in the court of Great-Britain, dated from Vienna the 20th of February 1727
Zinzendorf, Philipp Ludwig von
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. [1727]. Online-Ressource.

A letter from the Duke of Luxembourg to the French King giving a full account of the late battle in Flanders
Luxembourg, François-Henri de Montmorency,
London. Printed for Daniel Lyford ...,. 1693. 1 sheet (2 p.).