¬A¬ letter from the Duke of Richlieu: [sic] to a certain great duke in England
Richelieu, Louis François Armand Du Plessis
London. printed, and sold at all the pamphlet-shops. [1757]. 24p.

A letter from the Earl of Mar to the King, before His Majesty's arrival in England, with some remarks on my Lord's subsequent conduct
Steele, Richard, ; Mar, John Erskine,
London. Printed for Jacob Tonson ...,. 1715.. [4], 19, [1] p. ;.

A letter from the Earl of Warwick: relating the taking of all the forts, and 16 pieces of ordnance from the malignant Cornishmen that had before besieged the city of Exeter : together with an apologie made by an English officer of qualitie for leaving the Irish wars : declaring the designe at this time now on foot to reconcile the English and Irish together : and by their joynt power having expelled the Scotch and Irish Protestants, to bring their popish fo incentives of executive stock options
Warwick, Robert Rich, ; English officer of qualitie.
Cambridge, Mass., . 1998. 71 s..

A letter from the Earl of Warwick relating the taking of all the forts, and 16 pieces of ordnance from the malignant Cornishmen that had before besieged the city of Exeter: together with an apologie made by an English officer of qualitie for leaving the Irish wars : declaring the designe at this time now on foot to reconcile the English and Irish together : and by their joynt power having expelled the Scotch and Irish Protestants, to bring their Popish forces against the Parliament.
Warwick, Robert Rich, ; English officer of qualitie.
London. Printed for John Partridge and Laurence Blaiklock,. July 29, 1643.. [2], 13, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ letter from the E. of Bav--'s minister at Versailles to his master, both in French and English
Amsterdam. 1711. 7,[1]p.

A letter from the facetious Doctor Andrew Tripe [pseud.] at Bath, to the venerable Nestor Ironside. With an account of the reception Mr. Ironside's late present of a Guardian met with from the worshipful Mr. Mayor, and other substantial inhabitants of that ancient city. To which is added, a prescription from the doctor, by way of postscript, exactly suited to his distemper ...
Swift, Jonathan, ; Wagstaffe, William,
London. Printed for J. Morphew near Stationers-Hall,. 1714.. 1 p. l., 27 p..

¬A¬ letter from the grand-jury of Oxford
London. Banks. 1681. 2 S..

A Letter from the Grand-Jury of Oxford to the London-Grand-Jury: relating to the case of the Protestant-joyner.
London printed. [s.n.],. MDCXCV [1695]. 1 sheet (2 p.).

A letter from the Hon. John Quincy Adams, a member of the Senate of the United States, from the state of Massachusetts: addressed to the Hon. Harrison Gray Otis, member of the Senate of Massachusetts, on the present state of our national affairs : with remarks upon Mr. Pickering's Letter to the governor of Massachusetts
Adams, John Quincy,
Sag Harbor [N.Y.]. Printed by A. Spooner,. 1808. 36 p. ;.

A letter from the Hon. John Quincy Adams, senator in Congress from Massachusetts: to the Hon. Harrison Gray Otis, a member of the Senate of this commonwealth, on the present state of our national affairs : with remarks upon Mr. Pickering's Letter to His Excellency James Sullivan.
Adams, John Quincy,
Portland [Me.]. J. M'Kown,. 1808.. 8, [8] p. ;.

A letter from the Honourable Timothy Pickering, a senator of the United States from the state of Massachusetts: exhibiting to his constituents a view of the imminent danger of an unnecessary and ruinous war : addressed to His Excellency James Sullivan, governor of the said state
Pickering, Timothy,
Boston. Printed by P.K. Wagner,. 1808. 16 p.

A letter from the Hon. Thomas Hervey, to Sir Thomas Hanmer, Bart.
Hervey, Thomas, ; Hanmer, Thomas, ; Hanmer, Elizabeth Folkes, ; Hervey, Thomas, ; H., J.
London. Printed for the author, and sold by J.H. on Ludgate Hill,. [1741]. 60 p. ;.

A letter from the Hon. Timothy Pickering: a senator of the United States from the state of Massachusetts, exhibiting to his constituents a view of the imminent danger of an unnecessary and ruinous war : addressed to His Excellency James Sullivan, governor of said state
Pickering, Timothy,
Boston. Printed by Greenough and Stebbins,. 1808. 16 p..

A letter from the Hon. Timothy Pickering, a senator of the United States from the state of Massachusetts: exhibiting to his constituents a view of the imminent danger of an unnecessary and ruinous war : addressed to His Excellency James Sullivan, governor of the said state.
Pickering, Timothy, ; Sullivan, James,
Boston. Greenough and Stebbins,. 1808.. 16 p. ;.

A letter from the Hon. Timothy Pickering, a senator of the United States from the state of Massachusetts: exhibiting to his constituents a view of the imminent danger of an unnecessary and ruinous war : addressed to His Excellency James Sullivan, governor of the said state
Pickering, Timothy,
Augusta [Me.]. Printed by Peter Edes,. 1808. 15 p. ;.

A Letter from the Hon. Timothy Pickering, a senator of the United States from the state of Massachusetts, exhibiting to his constituents a view of the imminent danger of an unnecessary and ruinous war: addressed to His Excellency James Sullivan, governor, of the said state.
Pickering, Timothy,
[Massachusetts. s.n.,. 1808] . 16 p. ;.

A letter from the Hon. Timothy Pickering, a senator of the United States, from the state of Massachusetts, exhibiting to his constituents, a view of the imminent danger, of an unnecessary and ruinous war. Addressed to His Excellency James Sullivan, governor of the said state. To which is added, Governor Sullivan's answer.
Pickering, Timothy,
Hartford. Printed by Lincoln and Gleason.,. 1808.. 16 p. ;.

A letter from the Hon. Timothy Pickering, a senator of the U. States from the state of Massachusetts: exhibiting to his constituents a view of the imminent danger of an unnecessary and ruinous war : addressed to His Excellency James Sullivan, governor of the said state.
Pickering, Timothy,
[Springfield, Mass.. s.n.],. 1808.. [2] p..

A letter from the King of Morocco
London. Reynolds. 1680. 4 S..

¬A¬ letter from the King of Morocco to His Majesty the King of England, Charles I: for the reducing of Sally, Argiers &c., the first of which was taken by the assistance of the English forces, with an account of the execution of the pyrats and the number of Christian captives sent to His Majesty
IsmaÅ°Åil
London. Printed for Rowland Reynolds. 1680. 4 p..

¬A¬ letter from the King of Morocco to His Majesty the King of England, Charles I, for the reducing of Sally, Argiers, &c: the first of which was taken by the assistance of the English forces
MuÖhammad <V> ; Charles <I>
London. Printed for Rowland Reynolds. 1680. 4 p..

¬A¬ letter from the King of Scots, to the Pope of Rome: and his desires and propositions, touching the Parliament, to be sent to all Christian princes, common-wealths, and states.
Charles <II>
S.l.. Imprinted at London for G. Horton. 1651. 6 p..

¬A¬ letter from the Lady Creswell to Madam C., the midwife, on the publishing her late vindication, &c: also, A whip for impudence, or, A lashing repartee to the snarling midwifes matchless rogue, being an answer to the rayling libel
Creswell
S.l.. s.n. [1680]. 4 p..

A letter from the late Right Honourable 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, 1796.
Burke, Edmund, ; Fitzwilliam, Charles William Wentworth Fitzwilliam,
London. C.J.G. and F. Rivington,. 1831 . 59 p..

A Letter from the Lord Bishop of Winchester, to Clement Chevallier, Esq.: occasioned by Fournier's new attack, since the legal condemnation of his note over the bishop's name for 8,800 £ with an account of that gentleman's conduct, in favour of the said Fournier : to which is added an appendix, shewing the several steps of Fournier's behaviour, from the day of his appeal to the bishop, and the several variations of his story about the said note, in the order of time in which they happened.
Hoadly, Benjamin, ; Chevallier, Clement Benjamin, ; Payne, John,
London. Printed and sold by J. Payne ...,. 1757.. xiii, 128 p. ;.

A letter from the Lord General Cromwel, concerning the rendition of the Castle of Edinburgh to His Excellency on Articles [dated Dec. 24, 1650]: Together with the passages between His Excellency and the Governor in order hereunto [i.e. seven letters from Cromwell to Sir Walter Dundas, Governor of Edinburgh Castle, and five letters from Dundas to Cromwell], and the articles upon which the same were surrendered, and a list of the ordnance and ammunition therein. Die Martis, 31 Decembr. 1650 ...
Cromwell, Oliver, ; Dundas, Walter,
London. Printed by E. Husband and J. Field,. 1650.. 16 p..

¬A¬ letter from the Lord Generall Cromwell to the Parliament of England
Cromwell, Oliver
London. Corcke. 1650.

A letter from the nobility, barons, and commons of Scotld Albert Museum
Joannes ; Mackenzie, George,
ISBN 0-948107-01-4

A letter from the nobility, barons, and commons of Scotland, in the year 1320, yet extant, under all the seals of the nobility, directed to Pope John:
Johannes ; Mackenzie, George,
London, . 1808-13.. p. 511-514, 31 cm..

A letter from the Pope to the French King: to our dear son in Christ Jesus, Lewis, the most Christian King.
Innocent ; Louis
[S.l.. s.n.,. 1680?]. 4 p. ;.

A letter from the Pope to the French King, to our dear son in Christ Jesus, Lewis, the most Christian King
Innocent ; Louis
[S.l.. s.n.,. 1680?]. 4 p.

A Letter From The Rev. Charles Plowden To C. Butler, W. Cruise, H. Clifford, and W. Throckmorton, Esqrs. And Reporters of the Cisalpine Club. In Which Their Reports, On The Authenticity Of The Instrument Of Catholic Protestation Lodged In The British Museum, Are Examined.
Plowden, Charles. ; Butler, Charles ; Cruise, William ; Clifford, Henry ; Throckmorton, William
London. Coghlan {[u.a.],. 1796.. XVI S., S. VI - VIII, 44 S..

A letter from the Revd. J.S.D.S.P.D. to a country gentleman in the north of Ireland
Swift, Jonathan,
[Dublin?]. Printed in the year,. 1736. 8p. ;.

A letter from the Revd Mr. Sergeant of Stockbridge, to Dr. Colman of Boston;: containing Mr. Sergeant's proposal of a more effectual method for the education of Indian children; to raise 'em if possible into a civil and industrious people; by introducing the English language among them; and thereby instilling into their minds and hearts, with a more lasting impression, the principles of virtue and piety. : Made publick by Dr. Colman at the desire of Mr. Sergeant, ; with some general account of what the Rev. Mr. Isaac Hollis of ---- has already done for the sons of this Indian tribe of Houssatannoc, now erected into a township by the General Court, and called Stockbridge. : [Three lines of Scripture texts]
Sergeant, John, ; Colman, Benjamin,
Boston,. Printed by Rogers and Fowle, for D. Henchman in Cornhill.,. 1743. 16 p. ;.

A letter from the Reverend Classis of Amsterdam, to the Reverend ministers and elders in the provinces of New-York and New-Jersey, who call themselves the Coetus.
New-York:. Printed by John Holt, at the Exchange,. MDCCLXVI. [1766]. [4], 21, [1] p. ;.

A letter from the Reverend Mr. David Imrie, Minister of the Gospel at St. Mungo, in Annandale, to a gentleman in the city of Edinburgh.: Predicting the speedy accomplishment of the great, awful and glorious events which the Scriptures say are to be brought to pass in the latter times. : Published for detecting the spurious papers that have been imposed on the world in Mr. Imrie's name. : [One line from I. Thessalonians]
Imrie, David,
[Philadelphia]. Edinburgh, printed in the year 1755. Boston, reprinted 1756. And, Philadelphia: printed (from the Boston edition) and sold by James Chattin, at the newest-printing-office, on the south side of the Jersey market.,. 1756. (Price six-pence.). 16 p.

A letter from the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, to the Reverend Mr. John Wesley,: in answer to his sermon, entituled Free grace. : [Two lines from Galatians]
Whitefield, George,
Boston,. Printed by G. Rogers, for S. Kneeland and T. Green in Queen-Street, J. Edwards and S. Eliot in Cornhill.,. 1740. 31, [1] p. ;.

A letter, from the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, to the Reverend Mr. John Wesley,: in answer to his sermon, intitled Free grace
Whitefield, George,
Lansingburgh [N.Y.]:. Printed by Babcock & Hickok.,. MDCCLXXXIX. [1789]. 24 p. ;.

A letter from the Reverend Mr. George Whtiefield [sic] to the Reverend Mr. John Wesley,: in answer to his sermon entitled Free Grace. : [Two lines from Galatians]
Whitefield, George,
Philadelphia:. Printed and sold by B. Franklin,,. M,DCC,XLI. [1741]. iv, [1], 6-24 p. ;.

A letter from the Reverend Mr. Jonathan Ashley, to the Reverend Mr. William Cooper.
Ashley, Jonathan, ; Cooper, William,
[Boston, . Sold by S. Eliot in Cornhil,. 1743]. 7 p..

A letter from the Reverend Mr. Nicholas Loring of North-Yarmouth in the county of York, to the Reverend Mr.Thomas Smith, of Falmouth, in the same county,: giving him his opinion of the preaching and conduct of the Reverend Mr. Whitefield
Loring, Nicholas, ; Smith, Thomas,
Boston:. Printed and sold by Kneeland and Green in Queenstreet.,. 1745. 7, [1] p. ;.

A letter from the Reverend Mr. Thomas Clap, Rector of Yale-College at New-Haven, to a friend in Boston,: setting forth the reasons why the world ought to give credit to what he declared when in Boston last; viz. that the Rev. Mr. Edwards of North-Hampton told him, that the Rev. Mr. Whitefield said in his hearing, that it was his design to turn the generality of the ministers in the country out of their places, and re-settle them with ministers from England, Scotland and Ireland
Clap, Thomas,
Boston:. Printed and sold by T. Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill.,. 1745. 8 p. ;.

A letter from the Reverend Mr. Whitefield to a friend in London,: shewing the fundamental error of the book, entitled, The whole duty of man
Whitefield, George,
Philadelphia:. Printed and sold by B. Franklin,,. M,DCC,XL. [1740]. 8 p. ;.

A letter from the Reverend Mr. Whitefield, to some church members of the Presbyterian perswasion,: in answer to certain scruples and queries relating to some passages in his printed sermons and other writings
Whitefield, George,
Boston:. Printed & sold by S Kneeland and T Green in Queenstreet, J. Edwards and S. Eliot, in Cornhill.,. 1740. 13, [3] p. ;.

A letter from the Reverend Mr. Whitefield, to the religious societies lately form'd in England and Wales.: Printed for the benefit of the Orphan House in Georgia
Whitefield, George,
Philadelphia:. Printed and sold by Andrew and William Bradford, at the Sign of the Bible, in Front-Street.,. [1739]. 19, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ letter from the Reverend Sir Harry Trelawny, Bart. A.B. to the Reverend Thomas Alcock
Trelawny, Harry
London. printed in the year. 1780. 27,[1]p.

¬A¬ letter from the Rev. J. Wheeler to Sir John Lawson, Bart.: containing a proposed arrangement in which all due provision is made both for the inviolable maintenance of the civil and religious establishments of the country ... ; with a view to the attainment of Catholic emancipation
Wheeler, James ; Lawson, John
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 328..

A letter, from the Rev. J. Wheeler, to Sir John Lawson, Bart.: containing a proposed arrangement, in which all due provision is made both for the inviolable maintenance of the civil and religious establishments of the country, and for the complete security of the vital interests of the Catholic religion, with a view to the attainment of Catholic emancipation.
Wheeler, J. ; Lawson, John,
Richmond [England]. Printed and sold by M. Bell,. 1810.. [2], 37, [1] p. ;.

A letter from the Rev. Mr. James Davenport, to Mr. Jonathan Barber preacher of the Gospel at Bethesda in Georgia: published with the free consent of Mr. Davenport
Davenport, James, ; Barber, Jonathan,
[Philadelphia. Printed by William Bradford,. 1744]. 32 p. ;.

A letter from the Rev. Mr. Whitefield, to some church-members of the Presbyterian perswasion,: in answer to certain scruples lately proposed in proper queries raised on each remark
Whitefield, George,
Philadelphia:. Printed and sold by B. Franklin.,. [1740]. 8 p. ;.

A Letter from the R. H. 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. The first American Edition, with a preface by Peter Porcupine
Burke, Edmund ; Cobbett, William ¬[Vorr.]¬
The first American Edition. Philadelphia.

¬A¬ letter from the R. H. Edmund Burke to the Duke of Portland, on the conduct of the minority in Parliament. Containing 54 articles of impeachment against C. J. Fox
Burke, Edmund
London. 1797.

A letter from the Right Hon. Edmund Burke ...: to Sir Hercules Langrishe ...
Burke, Edmund,
Dublin, . Printed by P. Byrne,. 1792.. iv, 27 p..

A letter from the Right Hon. Edmund Burke ...: to Sir Hercules Langrishe ... on the subject of Roman catholics of Ireland,
Burke, Edmund,
London, . J. Debrett,. 1792.. 88 p..

A letter from the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, M. P. ...: to Sir Hercules Langrishe, bart., M.P. 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,
London, . J. Debret,. 1792.. 88 p..

¬A¬ letter from the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, M.P. in the Kingdom of Great Britain, to Sir Hercules Langrishe, Bart. M.P.: on the subject of Roman Catholics of Ireland and the propriety of admitting them to the elective franchise ...
Burke, Edmund ; Langrishe, Hercules
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 1254..

A letter from the right Hon. Edmund Burke, M. P. in the Kingdom of Great Britain, to Sir Hercules Langrishe, Bart. M. P.: 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, ; Byrne, Patrick.
Dublin. Printed by P. Byrne,. 1792.. 86 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter from the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, M. P. in the Kingdom of Great Britain, to Sir Hercules Langrishe, Bart., M. P. 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 ; Langrishe, Hercules
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 17x. Irish pamphlets ; 129..

A letter from the Right Hon. Edmund Burke to Sir Hercules Langrishe, bart, M.P.: 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, ; Langrishe, Hercules, ; Debrett, J.
London. Printed for J. Debrett ...,. 1792.. 88 p. ;.

A letter from the Right Hon. 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,
Dublin, . Printed by P. Byrne,. 1792.. 85 p..

A letter from the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Melville to the Earl of Aberdeen: relative to the management of the civil service of the navy.
Melville, Henry Dundas, ; Aberdeen, George Hamilton Gordon,
London. W. Winchester and Son,. [1810?]. 35 p. ;.

A letter from the Right Honourable 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, ; Cobbett, William,
Philadelphia:. Printed for B. Davies, H. & P. Rice, and J. Ormrod.,. [1796]. [2], iv, [2], 58 p. ;.

A letter from the Right Honourable 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,
[New York]. London--printed: New-York--re-printed for T. Allen, and A. Drummand [i.e., Drummond].,. 1796. 40 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter from the right honourable Edmund Burke, to a noble Lord on the attacks made upon him and his pension, in the house of Lords ...
Burke, Edmund
London. 1796.

A letter from the Right Honourable 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, ; Grenville, William Wyndham Grenville, ; Fitzwilliam, William Wentworth Fitzwilliam,
London. Printed for J. Owen ...,. 1796. [2], 80 p. ;.

A letter from the Right Honourable the Lord Inchiqvin, and other the commanders in Munster, to His Majestie: expressing the causes and reasons of their not holding the cessation any longer with the rebels, with their desire intimated to H Majestie, that he would be pleased to renounce any treatie with the rebels any longer, and that he would againe proclaime the rebels, and would now comply with his Parliament, and make a peace with them : with several other letters from the said Lo. Inchiquin and other the commanders in Munster in Ireland to severall other friends here in England, advising them of their proceedings, with severall motives and reasons to perswade them also to returne unto their former charges in Ireland, and to joyne with them to oppose the said rebels, and for to vindicate with them therein their obligation unto religon, the preservation of that kingdome, and the honour of the English nation.
Inchiquin, Murrough O'Brien,
Printed at London. by George Miller,. 1644.. [2], 12 p..

A Letter from the Right Honovrable Ferdinando lord Fairfax, Sir Hugh Cholmley, Sir Philip Stapleton, Sir Henry Cholmley, committees of the Commons house of Parliament residing at Yorke.: Together, with a relation of all the passages at the great meeting at Yorke, on Thursday the 12. of this instant May, with the freeholders protestation inclosed ...
Fairfax, Ferdinando Fairfax,
London, . Printed by A. Norton for I. Franke,. 1642.. 1 p.l., 6, [8] p..

¬A¬ letter from the Right Reverend G-----lb-----rt: late Lord Bishop of S-----m, to the Right Reverend B---nj----m---n, L--d B---p of B--ng--r
Burnet, Gilbert
The second edition. London. printed for J. Morphew. 1717.

A letter from the Rt. Honourable Edmund Burke to His Grace, the Duke of Portland: on the conduct of the minority in Parliament : containing fifty-four articles of impeachment against the Rt. Hon. C.J. Fox, from the original copy in the possession of the noble duke.
Burke, Edmund,
[Philadelphia]. London printed, Philadelphia re-printed for James Humphreys ...,. 1797.. 56 p. ;.

A letter from the Rt. Honourable Edmund Burke to His Grace the Duke of Portland, on the conduct of the minority in Parliament: containing fifty-four articles of impeachment against the Rt. Hon. C.J. Fox.
Burke, Edmund, ; Portland, William Henry Cavendish-Bentinck,
London. Printed for the editor and sold by J. Owen,. 1797.. 94 p..

A letter from the Rt. Honourable Edmund Burke to His Grace the Duke of Portland, on the conduct of the minority in Parliament.: Containing fifty-four articles of impeachment against the Rt. Hon. C.J. Fox. : From the original copy, in the possession of the noble duke
Burke, Edmund, ; Portland, William Henry Cavendish-Bentinck,
[Philadelphia]. London: printed. Philadelphia: re-printed for James Humphreys, no. 74, North Third-Street, the corner of Cherry Alley.,. 1797. iv, [1], 6-56 p. ;.

A letter from the secretary of state to the mayor of Cork,: on the subject of the bill presented by Mr. Orde on the 15th August 1785, for effectuating the intercourse and commerce between Great Britain and Ireland, on permanent and equitable principles for the mutual benefit of both kingdoms.
Hely-Hutchinson, John,
Dublin, . Printed by P. Byrne,. 1785.. iv, 52 p..

A Letter from the State-General to the Queen of Great-Britain,: about the Duke of Ormond's Orders not to Fight; And the Bishop of Bristol's Declaration, That the Queen thought Herself disengaged from all Obligations to the Dutch.
[n.p.] . Printed in the year 1712.. 1 folio. (2 pp.).

A letter from the Synod of Zeland to the commissioners of the Generall Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland
Printed at Edinburgh. By Evan Tyler ...,. 1643.. 18 p..

A letter from the UK: tort law and damages for the unwanted child
Priaulx, Nicolette M.
2008.

¬A¬ letter from the West to a member
[London]. [1689]. 7 S..

¬A¬ Letter from the West to a member of the Meeting of Estates of Scotland
S.l.. [1689]. 4 S..

A letter from Thomas Bailey Aldrich to Bayard Taylor, Auburn, N.Y., August 20, 1865.
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, ; Taylor, Bayard,
New York. Uphill Press,. 1967.. 9 p. ;.

A Letter from two neighboring associations of ministers in the country, to the associated ministers of Boston and Charlestown, relating to the admission of Mr. Whitefield into their pulpits.: With an appendix, containing the advice and resolution of a third association, relating to the said gentleman
Cushing, Caleb,
Boston:. Printed by Rogers and Fowle, for S. Eliot in Cornhill.,. 1745. 8 p. ;.

A letter from William Penn proprietary and governour of Pennsylvania in America: To the Committee of the Free Society of Traders of that province, residing in London. Containing a general description of the said province, its soil, air, water, seasons and produce, both natural and artificial, and the good encrease thereof. Of the natives or aborigines, their language, customs and manners, diet, houses or wigwams, liberality, easie way of living, physick, burial, religion, sacrifices and cantico, festivals, government, and their order in council upon treaties for land, &c. their justice upon evil doers. Of the first planters, the Dutch, &c. and the present condition and settlement of the said province, and courts of justice, &c. To which is added, an account of the city of Philadelphia newly laid out. Its scituation between two navigable rivers, Delaware and Skulkill, with a portraiture oor plat-form thereof, wherein the purchasers lots are distinguished by certain numbers ....
Penn, William
S.l.. Printed and sold by Andrew Sowle, at the Crooked-Billet in Holloway-Lane in Shoreditch, and at several stationers in London. 1683. Online-Ressource.

A letter from William Penn to his wife and children
Penn, William,
Frankford [Pa.]. Joseph Sharpless,. 1812.. 16 p..

A letter from William Penn, to his wife and children,: written a short time before his first voyage to America
Penn, William,
Lancaster [Pa.]:. Printed by A. Busher.,. M,DCC,LXXXV. [1785]. 16 p. ;.

Conference record of POPL '99: papers presented at the symposium, San Antonio, Texas, 20 - 22 January 1999
New York, NY. Association for Computing Machinery,. 1999.. VIII, 324 S..

A letter from William Shirley, Esq; governor of Massachusetts-Bay: to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle: with a journal of the siege of Louisbourg, and other operations of the forces, during the expedition against the French settlements on Cape-Breton; drawn up at the desire of the Council and House of Representatives of the province of Massachusetts-bay; approved and attested by Sir William Pepperell, and the other principal officers who commanded in the said expedition. : Published by authority.
Shirley, William, ; Pepperrell, William,
[New York]. London: printed 1746. New-York: re-printed and sold by James Parker.,. [1746]. 20 p..

A letter from William Shirley, Esq; governor of Massachusett's-Bay, to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle: with a journal of the siege of Louisbourg, and other operations of the forces, during the expedition against the French settlements on Cape Breton; drawn up at the desire of the Council and House of Representatives of the province of Massachusett's-Bay; approved and attested by Sir William Pepperrel, and the other principal officers who commanded in the said expedition. : Published by authority.
Shirley, William, ; Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles, ; Pepperrell, William,
[Boston]. London: printed by E. Owen, in Warwick-Lane. 1746. Boston in New-England: re-printed by J. Draper, printer to His Excellency the governor & Council, for D. Henchman in Cornhil.,. [1746]. 31, [1] p. ;.

A Letter from Winchester, in answer to his lordship's time-serving query: whether passive obedience is only a bugbear, and fit for fools, or a Christian duty?
London. Printed for Allen Banks,. 1681.. 4 p..

A letter goes to sea.
Leher, Lore, ; Krist-Schulz, Hetty,
Irvington-on-Hudson, N.Y., . Harvey House. [1970]. [27] p..

¬A¬ letter humbly addrest to the most excellent father of his country ... King William III.
London. Darby. 1698.

¬A¬ letter humbly offer'd to the consideration of all gentlemen, yeomen, citizens, freeholders, etc. that have right to elect members to serve in parliament
London. Whitlock. 1696. 31 S..

A letter, in answer to the Rev. David Perry's Short view and defence of the ecclesiastical rights of man.
Griswold, Ezra.
[Hartford]. Printed by Hudson & Goodwin, Hartford.,. [1796]. 27, [1] p. ;.

A letter in the scroll: understanding our Jewish identity and exploring the legacy of the world's oldest religion
Sacks, Jonathan
New York [u.a.]. Free Press. 2000. xii, 256 S..
ISBN 0743201086

A letter; in which two of the Rev. Mr. Fletcher's principles are compared, and proved to be inconsistent with each other.: And in which is also, an attempt to show what is the truth, by denying which this author contradicted himself.
Buffett, Platt,
New-York:. Printed by John Harrisson, (Yorick's Head) no. 3, Peck-Slip.,. --1794--[.]. v, [2], 8-35, [1] p.

A letter lately sent by a reverend bishop from the tovver, to a private friend: and by him thought fit to be published.
Hall, Joseph, ; H. S.
London. [s.n.],. 1642.. [2], 12 p..

A Lettermen kind of love
Haskell, Jimmie.
[Scranton, Pa.]. Capitol,. [1964]. 1 sound disc.

A letter, occasioned by Mr. Beckwith's Second letter, upon the subject of lay-ordination: in which the following heads are briefly spoken to, viz. I. The controversy truly stated. II. Notice is taken of the principal exceptions, and heaviest objections of Mr. Beckwith's, against the pamphlet, entitled, "A word in Zion's behalf," &c. And by examining of which, his exceptions and objections are shewn to be groundless. III. Some further remarks upon what Mr. Beckwith has wrote upon the subject.
Holly, Israel,
New-London [Conn.]:. Printed by T. Green,,. 1767. 44 p. ;.

A letter, occasioned by the death of Mrs. Abigail Conant, late of Middleborough
Conant, Sylvanus, ; Huntington, Hezekiah,
New-London [Conn.]:. Printed by Timothy Green,,. MDCCLIX. [1759]. 8 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter of advice
Bacon, Francis
London. R. H. u.a.. 1661.

A letter of advice, addressed to all merchants, manufacturers, and traders, of every denomination: ... concerning the odious and alarming tax on receipts, ... With an abstract of the act. By Oliver Quid, tobacconist
Quid, Oliver
The third edition. London. printed for G. Kearsley. 1783.

¬A¬ letter of advice concerning marriage
London. Miller. 1676.

A letter of advice from a friend, sent to Sir Thomas Armestrong in Newgate, after the rule for his execution: touching his present condition.
N. T.
London. Printed by Geo. Croom ...,. 1684.. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

¬A¬ letter of advice from a Protestant out of Ireland
London. Smith. 1689. 1 S..

A letter of advice from one clergyman to another, on an important occasion
Graves, John, ; Copp, Jonathan,
Newport [R.I.]:. Printed by J. Franklin, at the printing-office under the town-school-house,,. M,DCC,LII. [1752]. 7, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ letter of advice to a friend about the currency of clipt-money
"2." ed.. London. Castle. 1696. 8 S..

¬A¬ letter of advice to a friend upon the modern argument ... fornication
Leslie, Charles
London. Keblewhite. 1696. 16 S..

¬A¬ letter of advice to a young gentleman at the University. To which are subjoined, Directions for Young students
Brokesby, Francis
London. printed in the year 1701. Reprinted. 1751. [2],37,[1]p..

¬A¬ letter of advice to a young gentleman leaving the university
Lingard, Richard
Dublin. Crook. 1670.

¬A¬ letter of advice to a young gentleman leaving the university
Lingard, Richard
[Anr. ed.]. London. Tooke. 1673. 71 S..

A letter of advice to a young gentleman leaving the university concerning his behaviour and conversation in the world.
Lingard, R. ; Lanesborough, James Lane,
[New York]. Printed and sold by W. Bradford, printer to His Majesty, King William, at the Bible in New-York,,. 1696. [6], 45, [1] p.

¬A¬ letter of advice to a young gentleman of an honourable family, now in his travels
London. Clavell. 1688.

¬A¬ letter of advice to a young lady
London. Baldwin. 1688.

¬A¬ Letter Of Advice To A Young Poet: Together With a Proposal for the Encouragement of Poetry in this Kingdom
Swift, Jonathan
Dublin. Hyde. 1721. 32 S. ; 4-o [i.e. 8-o].

A letter of advice to his grand-children, Matthew, Gabriel, Anne, Mary, and Frances Hale
Hale, Matthew,
London. Printed for Taylor and Hessey,. 1823.. xxiv, 182 p..

¬A¬ letter of advice to the churches
Mather, Cotton
London. Baldwin. 1700. 36 S..

A letter of advice to the churches of the non-conformists in the English nation: endeavouring their satisfaction in that point, who are the true Church of England?
Mather, Cotton,
London. Printed, and sold by A. Baldwin ...,. 1700.. [4], 30, [2] p..

¬A¬ letter of advice to the Londoners to forewarn them
S.l.. [1643].

A letter of advice to the Londoners to forewarn them of their neere approaching miseries, and to rouze them (if it be possible) out of their senslesse security
P. A.,
[S.l.. s.n.,. 1643]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

¬A¬ letter of a French protestant to a Scotishman of the Covenant
DuMoulin, Pierre
London. Young u.a.. 1640.

¬A¬ letter of Artaban III to the city of Susa
Cumont, Franz
1 Aufl.. Bombay. K. R. Cama Oriental Inst.. 1935. S. [66] - 74.

A letter of bishop Cosin on the validity of the orders of the foreign reformed churches
Cosin, John
(Lond.). 1843.

A letter of Christian advice to the inhabitants of Jamaica, referring to the terrible, awful, wasting hurricane they met with, on August 28, 1722.
Friend at a distance. [from old catalog]
[n.p., . 1723?]. 29 p..

A letter of comfort to Richard Cromwell, Esq;
Cromwell, Richard,
London, . 1659.. 6 p..

A letter of dangerous consequence from Sergeant Major Ogle to Sir Nicholas Crisp at Oxford: as it was intercepted by Colonell Goodwin of the Parliaments forces : together with the examination of the messenger in the coller of whose doublet the said letter was found.
Ogle, Thomas,
London. Printed for Edw. Husbands,. February 27, 1642.. 8 p..

¬A¬ letter of Dr. Reinold to his friend, concerning his advice for the studie of divinitie
Rainolds, John
London. Man. 1613.

¬A¬ letter of enquiry to the reverend fathers
Taylor, James
London. Rogers u.a.. 1689. 48 S..

A letter of exhortation and admonition,: to all such as cordially receive the testimony of that divinely illuminated, and highly-commissioned messenger and teacher of truth, Emanuel Swedenborg.
Clowes, J.
Philadelphia:. Printed by Francis Bailey, no. 116, High-Street.,. MDCCXCV. [1795].. 24 p. ;.

A letter of exhortation and admonition, to all such as cordially receive the testimony of that divinely illuminated and highly-commissioned messenger and teacher of tryth, Emanuel Swedenborg.
Clowes, John
Manchester, . 1798..

A Letter of high consequence: principally concerning the indamaging of this our kingdome of England, subversion of religion, and many more papisticall divisions : compiled and directed to Colonell Lunsford, scattered in the Church of SainPaul, and since come to publicke view : as also certaine articles whereby the said Lunsford is convinced of high treason both to the King, state, and House of Parliament.
Sartwell, G.
[London. s.n.],. 1642.. [2], [5] p..

¬A¬ letter of high consequence principally
[London]. 1642.