¬A¬ letter to a friend: concerning the credit of the nation
London. Whitlock. 1697. 15 S..

A letter to a friend: concerning the next Parliament's sitting
[London]. J. K.. 1681. 1 S..

¬A¬ letter to a friend: about the late proclamation on the 11th. of December 1679
London. 1679. 15 S..

A letter to a friend.: Giving a concise, but just, representation of the hardships and sufferings the town of Boston is exposed to, and must undergo in consequence of the late act of the British Parliament: which, by shutting up its port, has put a fatal bar in the way of that commercial business on which it depended for its support. Shewing at the same time, wherein this edict, however unintended, is powerfully adapted to promote the interest of all the American colonies, and even of Boston itself in the end.
Chauncy, Charles,
Boston, N. E., . Printed and sold at Greenleaf's printing-office,. 1774.. 35 p..

A letter to a friend: wherein some free thoughts are offered on the subject of the Rev. Mr. Noyes's proposed examination by the corporation of Yale-College, and their erecting a church within the same
Conant, Shubael, ; Hart, William,
New-Haven;. Printed by J. Parker, and Company, at their printing-office, near the Long-Wharf,,. MDCCLVII. [1757]. 32 p. ;.

A letter to a friend: containing remarks on a discourse proposing a preparation of the body for the small-pox: and the manner of receiving the infection. : With some practical hints relating to the cure of the dumb ague, long fever, the bilious fever, and some other fevers, incidental to this province. : [Two lines from Hippocrates]
Kearsley, John,
Philadelphia:. Printed by B. Franklin, and D. Hall.,. MDCCLI. [1751]. 16 p. ;.

A Letter to a friend: shewing from Scripture, Fathers, and reason, how false that state-maxim is, royal authority is originally and radically in the people.
London. [s.n.],. 1679.. 10 p..

A letter to a friend;
Chicago [etc.] . The Open Court Publishing co.,. 1928.. 115 p..

A letter to a friend, concerning a late pamphlet, entituled, Angliæ tutamen, or, The safety of England: being an account of the banks, lotteries, mines, divings, drawings, liftings, and other engines, and many pernicious projects now on ft, tending to the destruction of trade and commerce, and the impoverishing this realm : with reflections thereupon, of great import to all sorts of people.
London. [s.n.],. 1696.. 14 p..

A letter to a friend concerning credit, and how it may be restor'd to the Bank of England: being the original of a copy lately published, whereni [sic] were many alterations and additions that are not in this
London. Printed for Andr. Bell ...,. 1697.. 8 p..

A letter to a friend concerning some of Dr. Owens principles and practices: with a postscript to the author of the late Ecclesiastical polity, and an independent catechism
Vernon, George
London. Printed by J. Redmayne for Spencer Hickman. 1670.

¬A¬ letter to a friend, concerning the nature of the divine persons in the Holy Trinity
London. Manship. 1698. 29 S..

¬A¬ letter to a friend concerning the partition treaty
[London]. [ca. 1700].

A letter to a friend concerning usury: wherein are mentioned all the arguments formerly written for and against the abatement of interest
R. C
London. [s.n.],. 1690. [2], 30 p.

A letter to a friend containing remarks on a discourse proposing a preparation of the body for the small-pox: and the manner of receiving the infection. With some practical hints relating to the care of the dumb ague, long fever, the bilious fever, and some other fevers, incidental to this province ...
Kearsley, John,
Philadelphia, . B. Franklin, and D. Hall,. 1751.. 16 p..

A letter to a friend, containing remarks on certain passages in a sermon preached by the Right Reverend Father in God, John Lord Bishop of Landaff [sic], before the Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, at their anniversary meeting in the Parish Church of St. Mary-le-Bow, February 20, 1767.: In which the highest reproach is undeservedly cast upon the Amep. ;
Chauncy, Charles,

A letter to a friend, giving a concise, but just, account, according to the advices hitherto received, of the Ohio defeat and pointing out also the many good ends, this inglorious event is naturally adapted to promote: or, shewing wherein it is fitted to advance the interest of all the American British colonies. To which is added, some general account of the New England forces, with what they have already done, counter-ballancing the above loss.
[Chauncy, Charles]
Boston, . Edes and Gill,. 1755.. 15 p..

A letter to a friend; giving a concise, but just, account, according to the advices hitherto received, of the Ohio-defeat; and pointing out also the many good ends, this inglorious event is naturally adapted to promote: or, shewing wherein it is fitted to advance the interest of all the American British colonies.: To which is added, some general account of the New-England forces, with what they have already done, counter-ballancing [sic] the above loss
Chauncy, Charles, ; Walker, Timothy,
Boston: N.E.. Printed and sold by Edes and Gill, at their printing-office, next to the prison in Queen-Street,,. M,DCC,L.V. [1755]. 15, [1] p. ;.

A letter to a friend. Giving a concise, but just, representation of the hardships and sufferings the town of Boston is exposed to and must undergo in consequence of the late act of the British-Parliament; which, by shutting up it's port, has put a fatal bar in the way of that commercial business on which it depended for it's support.: Shewing, at the same time, wherein this edict, however unintended, is powerfully adapted to promote the interest of all the American colonies, and even of Boston itself in the end.
Chauncy, Charles,
Boston, N.E.. Printed and sold at Greenleaf's printing-office, in Hanover-Street.,. M,DCC,LXXIV. [1774]. 35, [1] p. ;.

A letter to a friend giving some account of the proceedings in Her Majesties Court of Queens-bench,
London, . Printed for B. Bragge,. 1705.. 11 p..

A letter to a friend in London: on certain improprieties of expression used by some of the Society of Friends
Perkins, Benjamin
[Philadelphia]. London printed, Philadelphia reprinted and sold by Kimber, Konrad and Co.,. 1806. 19 p.

¬A¬ letter to a friend in the country: Sir, you are pleased
London. 1695. 10 S..

¬A¬ letter to a friend in the country: concerning the prorogation
[London]. [1681]. 2 S..

¬A¬ letter to a friend in the country: concerning his Grace the Duke of Buckingham
[London]. [1679]. 4 S..

¬A¬ letter to a friend in the country: concerning the use of Instrumenal musick
London. Baldwin. 1698. 96 S..

A letter to a friend in the country,: attempting a solution of the scruples and objections of conscientious or religious nature, commonly made against the new way of receiving the small-pox.
Cooper, William, ; Mather, Cotton,
Boston:. Printed by S. Kneeland, for S. Gerrish, at his shop in Corn-hill.,. MDCCXXI. [1721]. [2], 13, [1] p. ;.

A letter to a friend in the country,: containing the substance of a sermon preach'd at Philadelphia, in the congregation of the Rev. Mr. Hemphill, concerning the terms of Christian and ministerial communion. : [Three lines of Scripture texts]
Franklin, Benjamin, ; Hemphill, Samuel,
Philadelphia:. Printed and sold by B. Franklin at the new printing-office near the market.,. 1735. v, 6-40 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to a friend in the country, being a vindication of the Parliaments whole Proceedings this last session
[Anr. ed.]. [London]. [1681]. 4 S..

¬A¬ letter to a friend in the country, on the publication of Thurloe's state papers: in which is contained an impartial account of the author and the book, and several particulars relating to British history are examined and set in a true light
Campbell, John
The 2nd ed. London. Printed for J. Robert. 1742.

A letter to a friend, occasioned by the unhappy controversy at Wallingford.
Layman and Platformist.
New-Haven;. Printed by Parker and Company,,. 1760. 19, [1] p. ;.

A letter to a friend on the subject of Tithe Rent-Charge: with a reply to Henry Russell's "Observatio joint ventures
Bewley, Thomas.
Cambridge, MA. International Center for Research on the Management of Technology, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,. 1993.. 38 p. ;.

A letter to a friend, relating to the differences in the First Church in Salem.: Wherein the proceedings of the ecclesiastical councils concerned in that affair are vindicated, and the objections raised against them answered
Prescott, Benjamin,
Boston:. Printed by T. Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill, where may be had all the pamphlets that have been published relating to the Salem controversy.,. 1735. 31, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to a friend relating to the present convocation at Westminster
Prideaux, Humphrey ; Kidder, Richard ; Tillotson, John
London. Printed for Brabazon Aylmer. 1690.

¬A¬ letter to a friend, upon occasion of a late book, intitled, Essays upon morality and natural religion
Phileleutherus ; Kames, Henry Home
Edinburgh. Printed for G. Hamilton and J. Balfour. 1751. 70 p..

¬A¬ letter to a friend upon the late rise in the foreign exchanges, &c. &c
Atkinson, Jasper
S.l.. [s.n.]. 1819. 23 p..

A letter to a gentleman at Brussels,: containing an account of the causes of the peoples revolt from the crown.
London, . 1689.. 16 p..

A Letter to a gentleman concerning the boundaries of the Province of Maryland, wherein is shewn that no part of the 40th degree of latitude is or can be any part thereof.
London, . The author. [1735?]. 15 p..

A letter to a gentleman, containing a plea for the rights of conscience, in things of a religious nature.
Dissenting Protestant. ; Goddard, Edward,
Boston: N.E.. Printed and sold by S. Kneeland, opposite the prison in Queen-Street.,. 1753. 8 p. ;.

A letter to a gentleman dissenting from the Church of England: concerning the lives of churchmen and dissenters. Wherein Dr. Watts's book, entitled An humble attempt towards the revival of practical religion among Christians, ... is largely examined; ... By John White
White, John
The second edition. London. printed for C. Davis; W. Craighton at Ipswich; and M. Cooper. 1745. Online-Ressource.

A letter to a gentleman dissenting from the Church of England: concerning the lives of churchmen and dissenters. Wherein the peculiar obligations which dissenters are supposed to lie under to holiness of life, ... are considered, ... and what Dr. Watts has advanced ... in his book, entitled, An humble attempt towards the revival of practical religion among Christians, is largely examined. By John White
White, John
The third edition. London. printed for C. Davis; W. Craighton at Ipswich; and M. Cooper. 1746. Online-Ressource.

A letter to a gentleman dissenting from the Church of England, concerning the lives of churchmen and dissenters.
White, John,
London. Printed for C. Davis, W. Craighton, and M. Cooper,. 1743.. [4], 94p.,.

A letter to a gentleman in New-York.: Camp, Lake-George, October 22, 1755
Cole, Edward.
[New York. Printed by James Parker and William Weyman?,. 1755]. 1 sheet (2 p.) ;.

A letter to a gentleman in the country: concerning the acquittal of Joseph Hickey, attorney, upon an indictment of perjury before the Lord Chief Justice Lee on Thursday the 11th instant.
London. Sold at the sign of justice, in the Temple,. 1751.. 24 p. ;.

A letter to a gentleman in the Massachusetts General Assembly, concerning taxes to support religious worship.: [One line from Elihu]
Backus, Isaac,
[Boston. s.n.],. Printed in the year 1771. 22, [2] p. ;.

A letter to a gentleman of Leicester-shire: shewing, out of the publique writings which have passed betwixt His Majestie and his two Houses of Parliament : that all the overtures which have beene made for peace and accommodation have procded from His Majesty only and that the unsucessefulnesse of the late treatie is not to be imputed to His Majesty but to them alone.
Heylyn, Peter,
[S.l.. s.n.],. MDCXLII [1643]. 22, [2], 23 p..

A letter to a gentleman of Leicester-shire, shewing, out of the publike writings which have passed betwixt His Majestie and his two houses of Parliament, that all the overtures, which have been made for peace and accommodation have proceeded from His Majestie onely.: And that the unsuccessefulnesse of the late treaty is not to be imputed to His Majesty, but to them alone.
Heylyn, Peter,
[Oxford. H. Hall],. Printed in the yeer 1643.. [2], 33 p..

A letter to a gentleman of note, guilty of common swearing: recommended now to all such of that rank as are under the same guilt, and fit to be perused by all Their Majesties good subjects that would please both God and the king, in helping to suppress this crying sin
B. J.
London. Printed for Randall Taylor ...,. 1690.. 20 p..

A letter to a gentleman on that question, whether saving grace be different in species from common grace, or in degree only?
Mayhew, Experience,
Boston: N.E.. Printed and sold by S. Kneeland and T. Green in Queenstreet.,. 1747. 28 p. ;.

A Letter to a gentleman on the sin and danger of playing at cards and other games
Boston,. Printed; and sold by D. Fowle in Ann-Street, and by Z. Fowle in Middlestreet.,. [1755]. 8 p. ;.

A Letter to a gentleman relating to the office of ruling elders in the churches
[Boston?. s.n.,. 1731?]. 7, [1] p. ;.

A letter to a kept mistress and her keeper.
London, . H. Carpenter,. 1756.. 16 p..

¬A¬ letter to a lady, in the neighbourhood of Chester, on the exclusive divinity of the redeemer
Liverpool. [¬circa¬ 1850].

A letter to a lady on the best means of obtaining the milk in order to the suckling of the infant
Brown, Sarah
London. printed by Baker and Galabin. 1777. 23,[1]p.,plate.

A letter to a lady on the management of the infant
Brown, Sarah
London. printed by Baker and Galabin. 1779. 63,[1]p..

A letter to a lady on the mode of conducting herself during pregnancy: Also on the management of the infant
Brown, Sarah
London. printed by Baker and Galabin. 1777. [2],32p..

¬A¬ letter to a lawyer
London. Eglesfeild. 1685. 12 S..

A letter to a layman: on the subject of the Rev. Mr. Lindsey's proposal for a reformed English church,
Priestley, Joseph, ; Clarke, Samuel,
London. Printed for J. Wilkie,. 1774.. [2], 29 p. ;.

A letter to Alexander Baring, Esq. M. P.: on the subject of some observations reported to have been made by him in the House of Commons, on the 16th March, 1825, in relation to the foreign mining associations
Powles, J. D. ; Ashburton, Alexander Baring,
London. Cowie & Co.,. 1825.. 21 p. ;.

A letter to all the proprietors of Drury-Lane Theatre: (excepting Peter Moore, Esq. and others who are or have been concerned in the management thereof) : being a commentary on certain parts of an anonymous pamphlet, called A brief review of the season 1817-18, at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane &c. &c. and a conclusive detection of the author
Arnold, Samuel James, ; Whitbread, Samuel,
London. William Fearman,. 1818.. 86 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to a lord concerning a bill ... East-India Company
[London?]. [1698]. 2 S..

A Letter to a lord in answer to a late pamphlet entituled The causes of the present fears and dangers of the government, in a discourse between a lord-lieutenant and one of his deputies.
London. Printed for Tho. Bennet ...,. 1692.. [2], 29, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to a member of Parliament: in favour of the bill
London. Taylor. 1689. 11 S..

¬A¬ letter to a member of Parliament: shewing that a restraint on the press
London. Darby. 1698. 32 S..

A letter to a member of Parliament,: containing a proposal for bringing in a bill to revise, amend or repeal certain obsolete statutes, commonly called the ten commandments.
Hildrop, John ; Minors, Ralph,
London . Printed for R. Minors,. 1738.. 1p. l., 61 p..

A letter to a Member of Parliament: occasioned by a letter to a convocation-man, concerning the rights, powers, and privileges of that body : together with an inquiry into the ecclesiastical power of the University of Oxford, particularly to decree and declare heresy, occasioned by that letter.
Wright, William,
London. Printed for W. Rogers ...,. 1697.. [2], 72 p..

¬A¬ letter to a member of Parliament: in defence of the Lords, and Earl Temple, and on a new India bill
Honestus ; Temple, Richard Grenville-Temple
London. Printed and sold by J. Dixwell; also sold by J. Stockdale. [1783?].

¬A¬ letter to a member of Parliament: occasioned by the publication of the report from the Select committee on the high price of gold bullion
Atkinson, Jasper
London. Printed for J.J. Stockdale. 1810. 104 p..

¬A¬ letter to a member of Parliament concerning the money-bill
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 575..

A letter to a member of Parliament, containing a proposal for bringing in a bill to revise, amend or repeal certain obsolete statues commonly called the ten commandments.
Hildrop, John,
London, . Printed for R. Minors,. 1738.. 38 p..

A letter to a member of Parliament, containing a proposal for bringing in a bill to revise, amend or repeal certain obsolete statutes,
[Hildrop, John],
London, . Printed for R. Minors,. 1738.. 1 p.l., 61 p..

¬A¬ letter to a member of Parliament in the country, concerning the present posture
London. 1700. 30 S..

A letter to a member of Parliament in the country, from his friend in London, relative to the case of Admiral Byng
London, . J. Cooke,. 1756.. 31 p..

A letter to a member of Parliament in the North; concerning scandal and defamation. With general remarks on the ministry, Royal-Society, &c. and taste of the town. By Thomas Frank
Frank, Thomas
London. printed for A. Millar. 1732. 31,[1]p.

A letter to a member of Parliament, occasion'd by the South-sea company's scheme for reducing the publick debts
London. J. Roberts,. 1720. 35 p. ;.

A letter to a member of Parliament, occasioned, by the growing poverty of the nation, from the want and decay of trade, and wrong management thereof: with some overtures, for encreasing and promoting the one and rectifying the other.
Edinbvrgh. [s.n.],. 1700.. 22 p..

A letter to a member of Parliament on the decline of the Established Church: the general causes, and the remedy.
Lover of the Established Church. ; Russell, S.
Manchester. Printed by S. Russell ...,. [ca. 1800]. 36 p. ;.

A Letter to a member of Parliament on the present unhappy dispute between Great-Britain and her colonies: wherein the supremacy of the former is asserted and proved and the necessity of compelling the later to pay due obedience to the sovereign state is enforced upon principles of sound policy, reason, and justice.
London. Printed for J. Walter,. 1774.. 47 p. ;.

A letter to a member of Parliament, relating to the bill for the opening of a trade to and from Persia through Russia.
London, . 1741..

A letter to a Member of Parliament relating to the coin.
Clements, Henry,
London. Printed for Henry Clements ...,. 1718.. 11, [1] p. ;.

A Letter to a member of Parliament, setting forth the value of the Saint Christopher's lands
London. A. Moore,. 1730.. 33 (i.e. 23)p. ;.

A letter to a member of Parliament, shewing, that a restraint on the press is inconsistent with the Protestant religion, and dangerous to the liberties of the nation
Tindal, Matthew ; Defoe, Daniel
The second impression. London. printed by J. Darby, and sold by A. B[ell]. at the Cross-Keys and Bible in Cornhil. 1700. 32 p..

A letter to a Member of Parliament shewing the justice of a more equal and impartial assessment on land: the sacredness of publick engagements, the advantages of lowering the customs and high duties on trade, and the ease of reducing by degrees the debts of the nation.
London. Printed, and sold by J. Roberts,. 1717.. 35, [1] p. ;.

A letter to a member of parliament, showing that a restraint on the press is inconsistent with the Protestant religion and dangerous to the liberties of the nation
London. 1698.

¬A¬ letter to a member of Parliament, showing the necessity of regulating the press: chiefly from the necessity of publick establishments in religion, from the rights and immunitïes of a national church and the trust reposed in the Christian magistrate to protect and defend them ...
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 340..

¬A¬ letter to a member of the honourable House of Commons: in answer to three queries
London. Whitlock. 1697. 31 S..

A letter to a member of the honourable House of commons;: in answer to three queries; I. Whether there is no other cause of our want of bullion and coin, but the clipping of our money, and the expence of the war.
London, . E. Whitlock,. 1697.. 1 p.l., 29 p..

A letter to a member of the Honourable House of Representatives,: on the present state of the bills of credit. : [Two lines in Latin from Cicero]
Hutchinson, Thomas,
Boston:. [s.n.],. Printed in the year, MDCCXXXVI. [1736]. 9, [1] p. ;.

A letter to a member of the House of Commons concerning the bishops lately in the tower and now under suspension.
[Maurice, Henry],
London, . 1689.. 6 p..

¬A¬ letter to a member of the House of Commons, concerning the proceedings
[London]. [1699?]. 11 S..

¬A¬ letter to a member of the House of Commons, in answer to a book
London. 1647. 6 S..

¬A¬ letter to a member of the House of Commons, relating to the treaty of peace, concluded at Vienna the 16th day of March last, N.S: with remarks on the said treaty
London. Printed for C. Davies. 1731. 47 p..

A letter to a member of the House of Representatives of the Colony of Connecticut: in vindication of Yale-College against the false aspersions and scandalous misrepresentations contain'd in a late anonymous pamphlet, intituled. A letter to a member of the lower House, &c. ...
Graham, John,
[New Haven. s.n.],. 1759.. 18 p. ;.

A letter to a member of the late Parliament, concerning the debts of the nation.
London. Printed for Edward Poole ...,. 1701.. 8 p. ;.

A letter to a member of the Lower House of Assembly of the colony of Connecticut: shewing, that the taxes of Yale-College, are stated higher than necessary to defray the annual expences of that school; by which a very considerable addition is made to the college treasury annually. : With some general observations on the laws and government of that society.
Gale, Benjamin,
New-Haven;. Printed by James Parker, and Company, at the post-office,,. 1759. 23, [1] p..

¬A¬ letter to a member of the National Assembly: 1791
Burke, Edmund
[Facs.]. Oxford [u.a.]. Woodstock. 1990. 74 S.. Revolution and romanticism, 1789-1834.
ISBN 1-85477-037-3 : £ 21.00

A letter to a member of the National Assembly, 1791
Burke, Edmund,
Oxford [England] ; . Woodstock Books,. 1990.. 74 p. ;.

A letter to a member of the National assembly: containing remarks on the proceedings of that legislative body; strictures on the political doctrines of Mr. Burke and Mr. Paine; and a view of the progress of the British constitution ...
London. Printed for J.S. Jordan,. 1791.. 1 p.l., [5]-41 p..

A letter to a Member of the present Honourable House of Commons, relating to the credit of our government, and of the nation in general
Broughton, John
London. printed by A.R.; and are to be sold by J. Nutt. 1705. 8p.

A Letter to a merchant at Bristol: concerning a petition of S--- T---, Esq. to the King, for an exclusive grant to the trade of the river Senegal ..
London. Kersly,. 1762. 43 p. ;.

A letter to a Methodist preacher, on his entrance into the work of the ministry ...: with a postscript in which the general character of the preachers and the nature and importance of the work in which they are engaged, are briefly considered : with an appendix, containing a few directions to the people, how they may profit most by hearing the word of God preached
Clarke, Adam,
Portland [Me.]. Printed by A. & J. Shirley,. 1816.. 36 p. ;.

A letter to a Methodist preacher, on his entrance into the work of the ministry ...: with an appendix, containing a few directions to the people, how they may profit most by hearing the word of God preached
Clarke, Adam,
Nashville [Tenn.]. Printed by G. Wilson,. 1819. 36 p.

¬A¬ letter to A. M., of the House of Commons
London. Huddleston. 1698.

A letter to an alcoholic's family from an inmate member of Alcoholics Anonymous.
[S.l.. s.n.,. 1959]. 8 p..

A letter to an American missionary from the Bishop of Natal.
Colenso, John William,
Natal. Printed by James Archbell,. 1856.. 70 p. ;.

A Letter to an eminent clergy-man in the Massachusett's Bay.: Containing some just remarks, and necessary cautions, relating to publick affairs in that province. : [Two lines of quotations]
Wise, John,
[Boston. s.n.],. Printed in the year 1720 [i.e., 1721]. [2], 13, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to an eminent member of Parliament: about the present rate of guineas
[London]. [1695]. 4 S..

A letter to an honourable brigadier general,: commander in chief of His Majesty's forces in Canada, London, 1760
Junius, ; Simons, N. W. (Nathaniel Wells).
London. William Pickering,. 1841.. xxiv, 110 p. ;.

A letter to an honourable gentleman of the Council-Board, for the colony of Connecticut,: shewing that Yale-College is a very great emolument, and of high importance to the state: consequently, that it is the interest and duty of the commonwealth to afford it publick countenance and support: and wherein such objections are considered and obviated as would probably be made against the tenor of such reasoning.
Trumbull, Benjamin, ; Baldwin, Ebenezer,
New-Haven:. Printed by B. Mecom.,. 1766. 26 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to an honourable member of the House of Commons: in the vindication of the Protestant Reformed Church
London. 1679[80].

A letter to a noble lord: from the author of Objections to the project of creating a vice chancellor of England.
Romilly, Samuel, ; Romilly, Samuel,
London. Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, by J. M'Creery,. 1813.. 28 p. ;.

A Letter to a noble lord at London from a friend at Oxford: upon occasion of the late covenant taken by both Houses.
Friend at Oxford.
[S.l.. s.n.] ...,. February 22, 1643.. [2], 13 p..

¬A¬ letter to a noble lord explanatory of a bill in the court of chancery filed on behalf of Sir Aug. d'Este
Dillon, John
London. Glindon. 1832. 40 S..

A letter to a noble lord, explanatory of a bill in the Court of Chancery filed on behalf of Sir Augustus d'Este, from J.J. Dillon.
Dillon, John Joseph, ; D'Este, Augustus Frederick, ; Cloncurry, Valentine,
London. Printed by William Glindon,. 1831.. 40 p. ;.

A letter to a nobleman, containing considerations on the laws relative to dissenters: and on the intended application to Parliament for the repeal of the corporation and test acts,
Colebrooke, George,
London, . T. Cadell,. 1790.. vii, 550p..

A letter to a nobleman, containing considerations on the laws relative to dissenters, and on the intended application to Parliament for the repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts. By a layman
Colebrooke, George
London. printed for T. Cadell. 1790. [4],192p..

A letter to a nobleman on the proposed repeal of the penal laws which now remain in force against the Irish Roman Catholics
Butler, Charles,
London. Davis, Wilks, and Taylor, printers ; sold by Coghlan, Booker, Wright, and Stockdale,. [1801]. 16 p. ;.

A letter to a noble peer: relating to the bill in favour of the sugar-planters
London. [s.n.],. 1733. 22 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to a noble peer of the realm
[London]. [1681].

A letter to a noble peer of the realm about his late speech and petition to His Majesty
L. S.
[London. s.n.,. 1681]. 1 sheet (2 p.) ;.

A Letter to a noble peer, relating to the bill in favour of the sugar-planters.
[London, England?. s.n.],. 1733.. 22, [2] p. (the last leaf blank) ;.

A letter to Anonymous, in answer to his three letters to Dr. Sherlock about church-communion.
Sherlock, William,
London. Printed for F. Gardiner,. 1683.. 58 p. ;.

A letter to Antonio Panizzi, esq., keeper of the printed books in the British museum,
Watts, Thomas,
London, . W. Pickering,. 1839.. 16 p..

A letter to Antonio Panizzi, Esq., keeper of the printed books in the British Museum, on the reputed earliest printed newspaper "The English Mercurie, 1588".
Watts, Thomas ; Panizzi, Antonio
London, . 1839. 16 s..

¬A¬ letter to a peer of the Church of England
Sabran, Lewis
London. Hills. 1687. 12 S..

¬A¬ letter to a person of honour in London: from an old Cavalier
London. 1663. 14 S..

¬A¬ letter to a person of quality, concerning the Archbishop of Canterbury's sentence
London. 1699. 12 S..

¬A¬ letter to a person of quality, occasion'd by the news of the ensuing Parliament
[London]. [1688?].

¬A¬ letter to a physician in the country on animal-magnetism, with his answer
London. printed for J. Debrett. 1786.