A letter to a political economist: occasioned by an article in the Westminster review on the subject of value
London. R. Hunter,. 1826.. 101 p. ;.
A letter to a priest of the Roman Church: wherein the grounds of their pretended infallibility are called for and examined, in some queries.
London. Printed by Andrew Clark for Henry Brome ...,. 1675.. , 35 p..
A Letter to a Protestant-Catholic
Oxford. J.H. Parker ;. 1842.. 54 p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to Archimedes the old Caledonian, the first Mathematician of the age, about the remote antiquities of Great Britain and the affinity between the language of its ancient inhabitants, and that of the Isthmus of America or Darien: [with some other letters to other persons on the same object]
Edinburgh. Ruddimans. 1738.
A letter to a Right Honourable Member of Parliament: demonstrating the absolute necessity of Great Britain's assisting the House of Austria; ... As also the safest and most practicable methods to put a stop to the exportation of our wooll [sic]. By an impartial hand
London. printed for T. Cooper. 1742. Online-Ressource.
A letter to a Right Honourable patriot
London. printed for J. Burd,. 1759..
A letter to a right honourable person
Cambridge [England]. Chadwyck-Healey,. 1992.
A letter to a surgeon on inoculation. Containing remarks on Dr. Dimsdale's pamphlet upon that subject; the improvements that have been made in this important branch of the medicinal art, since the publication of that pamphlet; ... By John Blake
London. printed for W. Owen. 1771.
A letter to a west-country clothier and freeholder, concerning the Parliament's rejecting the French treaty of commerce,
[n.p.] . Printed in the year,. 1713.. 28 p..
A letter to a yeoman in favour of abolition of church rates
London. J. Ridgway and Sons,. 1837.. 26 p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to a young lady: concerning the principles and conduct of the Christian life. By Lawrence Jackson
London. sold by W. Owen. 1756.
A letter to a young law student: being a view of the judicial murder of four men at Chicago, November 11th, 1878, from the standpoint of Wilbur F. Bryant.
Bryant, Wilbur F.
Lincoln, Neb.. State Journal Co.,. 1894.. 16 p..
A letter to a young member of the House of C-m--ns.: Where the question between party and conscience is impartially stated, and which of these ought to be the invariable rule of conduct of the P-rl-----t, fully established.
London, . R. Dodsley; sold by M. Cooper,. 1745.. 27 p..
A letter to a young painter.
Read, Herbert Edward,
New York, . Horizon Press. . 277 p..
A letter to bankers on the trade acceptance,
Harris, Beverly Dabney,
[New York] . The National city bank of New York,. 1917.. 18 p..
A letter to Ben Bernanke
Mankiw, Nicholas Gregory
2006. Online-Ressource, 9 S., Text. Discussion paper ; 2110.
A letter to B.G. from one of the members of Assembly of the province of New-Jersey, dissolved March 15. 1738,9.: Containing a modest vindication of that Assembly
W. J. ; B. G.
[Philadelphia. Printed by Benjamin Franklin,. 1739]. 1 sheet ( p.) ;.
A letter to C.B. Adderley, Esq., M.P.: on his review of the charge of the recorder of Birmingham, on the subject of tickets of leave
Hill, Matthew Davenport, ; Norton, C. B. Adderley
London. Parker,. 1856.. 24 p. ;.
A Letter to certain bank directors, from a merchant
Philadelphia.. Printed for the author, and sold by all the booksellers.,. Dec. 1796. 23,  p.
A letter to Charles Butler, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn: in vindication of English protestants from his attack upon their sincerity in the "Book of the Roman Catholic Church"
Blomfield, Charles James,
London. Printed by R. Clay,. 1825.. 35,  p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to Charles Henry Parry, on the influence of artificial eruptions, in certain diseases incidental to the human body, with an inquiry respecting the probable advantages to be derived from further experiments
A letter to Charles Purton Cooper ...: on the appointment of a permanent judge in the Court of chancery in the place of the lord chancellor, and a change in the appellate jurisdiction of the Court of chancery and the House of lords.
Causidicus, ; Cooper, Charles Purton,
London, . H. Lindsell,. 1835.. 29,  p..
A letter to Charles Purton Cooper, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn, barrister at law, &c. &c.&c.: on the appointment of a permanent judge in the Court of Chancery in the place of The Lord Chancellor : and a change in the appellate jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery and the House of Lords
Causidicus. ; Cooper, Charles Purton,
London. H. Lindsell, 1835.. 29 p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to Charles Purton Cooper ... on the appointment of a permanent judge in the court of Chancery in the place of the Lord Chancellor ...
A letter to Cleomenes King of Sparta: from Eustace Budgell, Esq; being an answer, paragraph by paragraph, to his Spartan majesty's royal epistle published some time since in the Daily Courant. With some account of the manners and government of the antient Greeks and Romans, ..
London. printed for A. Moore, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster,. 1731.. 1 Mikrofilm.
¬A¬ Letter to C. M. Ingleby, Esq., ...: containing notes and conjectural emendations on Shakespeare's "Cymbeline"
Elze, Karl Friedrich
Halle. Niemeyer. 1885. 37 S..
¬A¬ Letter to C. M. Ingleby, Esq. containing notes and conjectural emendations on Shakespeare's "Cymbeline"
Halle. Niemeyer. 1885. 37 S..
A letter to Daniel O'Connell, Esq., M.P.: in which is recomended to him a recognition of God's authority, providence and government.
Bridge, John. ; O'Connell, Daniel,
Manchester. Joseph Pratt, Printer ... ,. 1843.. 8 p. ;.
A letter to David Garrick, Esq. on his conduct as principal manager and actor at Drury-Lane.
London. Printed for S. Blandon,. 1772.. 39 p. ;.
"A letter to Debbie": die Befreiung des Dachauer KZ-Außenlagers Landsberg-Kaufering ; eine Ausstellung von Yardena Donig Youner
Wollenberg, Jörg ; Youner, Yardena Donig
Bremen. Donat. 2002. 65 S..
A Letter to Doctor Lancaster: wherein the resistance of the people under the conduct of the Prince of Orange, and the placing King William on the throne are vindicated ... : with some remarks on the abdication of Charles I. and James II.
Lancaster, William, ; Palmer, Samuel.
London. [s.n.],. printed in the year 1697..  p. ;.
A letter to Doctor Mather: Occasioned by his disingenuous reflexions upon a certain pamphlet, entitled, Salvation for all men. By one who wishes well to him in common with mankind. [Two lines of Scripture texts]
Clarke, John ; Mather, Samuel
Boston. Printed and sold by T. and J. Fleet at the Bible and Heart in Cornhill. 1782. ,9,p..
A letter to Dr. Amos G. Hull in vindication of capital punishments: being a reply to a pamphlet which was written at his suggestion, and published at his request, in which the doctrine of capital punishments is opposed in all cases : with an appendix on murder and manslaughter
Haynes, Sylvanus, ; Hull, Amos G.
Auburn, N.Y.. T.H. Skinner,. 1822.. 24 p. ;.
A letter to Dr. Charles Goodall, physician to the Charter-House: occasioned by his late printed letter entituled A letter from the learned and reverend Dr. Charles Goodall to his honoured friend Dr. Leigh &c. : to which is annexed an answ to a sheet of paper entituled, A reply to Mr. Richard Boulton &c. writ by the aforesaid honoured Charles Leigh by name, M.D. resident in Manchester, not far from the well near Haigh and the well prope Boulton in Lancashire
London. Printed for A. Baldwin,. 1699.. , 28 p..
A letter to Dr. Charles Goodall, physician to the Charter-House: occasioned by his late printed letter entituled A letter from the learned and reverend Dr. Charles Goodall to his honoured friend Dr. Leigh &c. : to which is annexed an answer to a sheet of paper entituled, A reply to Mr. Richard Boulton &c. writ by the aforesaid honoured Charles Leigh by name, M.D. resident in Manchester, not far from the well near Haigh and the well prope Boul35 die Comic-Presse in der Schweiz ; Einordnung, Produktions- und Vertriebsstrukturen, Typologie
Bern. Inst. für Medienwiss.,. 2001.. VI, 191 S. ;.
¬A¬ letter to Dr. Formey [animadverting upon the account of the Quakers in his Ecclesiastical History]
¬A¬ letter to Dr. Holdsworth, occasioned by his sermon preached before the University of Oxford: on Easter-Monday, concerning the resurrection of the same body. In which the passages that concern Mr. Lock are chiefly considered. By the author of, A defence of Mr. Lock's Essay of humane understanding
London. printed for Benjamin Motte. 1726. 64,63-70p.
¬A¬ letter to Dr. Mead concerning some antiquities in Berkshire: Particularly shewing that the White Horse, which gives name to the vale, is a monument of the West-Saxons, made in memory of a great victory obtained over the Danes A. D. 871
Oxford. Wood. 1738. 58 S. : 2 Ill..
¬A¬ letter to Dr Mead concerning some antiquities in Berkshire, particularly shewing that the white horse, which gives name to the vale, is a monument of the West-Saxons, made in memory of a great victory obtained over the Danes 871
A letter to Dr. Priestley: or a volley of random-shot, disharged at him from the old fortress, called the Church of England: which he is attempting to take by storm.
London, . Printed by J.W. Galabin,. 1789. 53 p..
A letter to Dr. Priestley's young man;: with a postscript concerning the Rev. D. Simpson's essay ... in answer to Evanson's Dissonance and Volney's Ruins ...
Evanson, Edward, ; Priestley, Joseph, ; Simpson, David, ; Volney, C.-F.
Ipswich, . printed by Jermyn,. 1794.. vi, 120 p..
¬A¬ letter to Dr. Priestley's young man; with a postscript concerning the Rev. D. Simpson's essay, &c. in answer to Evanson's Dissonance and Volney's Ruins. By Edward Evanson
Ipswich. printed by G. Jermyn, bookseller. Sold by B. Law; and J. Johnson, London. 1794. Online-Ressource.
¬A¬ letter to Dr. Sherlock, in vindication of that part of Josephus's history which gives an account of Iaddus the high-priest's submitting to Alexander the Great while Darius was living: against the answer to the piece intituled, Obedience and submission to the present government
The second edition. London. Printed for Thomas Jones. 1691.
A letter to Dr. Waterland concerning the nature and value of sincerity ; with some remarks on his treatment of it in a late treatise entitled, the importance of the Doctrine of the holy trinity asserted
A letter to Earl Stanhope: on the subject of the Test, as objected to in a pamphlet recommended by His Lordship
Oxford. printed; and sold by J. Fletcher; and Mess. Rivington, London. 1789. 45,p.
¬A¬ letter to Edmund Burke, by birth an Irishman, by adoption an Englishman: containing some reflections on patriotism, party-spirit, and the union of free nations ; with observations upon the means on which Ireland relies for obtaining political independence
Dublin. Hallhead. 1780. 37 S..
A letter to Edmund Burke, esq;: member of Parliament for the city of Bristol, and agent for the colony of New York, &c. in answer to his printed Speech, said to be spoken in the House of commons on the twenty-second of March, 1775.
Tucker, Josiah, ; Raikes, Robert, ; Cadell, T.
Glocester, . Printed by R. Raikes and sold by T. Cadell, London,. 1775.. 58 p..
A letter to Edmund Burke, Esq: a member of parliament for the city of Bristol, and agent for the colony of New York, &c. in answer to his printed speech, said to be spoken in the House of Commons on the twenty-second of March, 1775.
Glocester. T. Cadell,. 1775.. 58 p. ;.
A Letter to Edmund Burke, Esq;: by birth an Irishman, by adoption an Englishman : containing some reflections on patriotism, party-spirit, and the union of free nations : with some observations upon the means on which Ireland relies for obtaining political independence.
Burke, Edmund, ; Hallhead, William.
Dublin. Printed by William Hallhead,. 1780.. 37 p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to Edmund Burke, esq, member of parliament for the city of Bristol, and agent for the colony of New York, &c. in answer to his printed speech, said to be spoken in the House of Commons on the twenty-second of March, 1775
Tucker, Josiah ; Burke, Edmund
Glocester. 1775. 58 S..
A letter to E. J. Littlejohn, esq., one of the representatives in Parliament, of the county of Stafford, on the cause of the disturbances in the mining district of that county.
Birmingham, . Printed by J. Belcher and sons. . 16 p..
A letter to E.J. Littleton, Esq., one of the representatives in Parliament of the county of Stafford: on the cause of the disturbances in the mining district of that county.
Mine adventurer of Staffordshire. ; Hatherton, Edward John Walhouse Littleton,
[England?. s.n.,. 1822?] . 16 p..
A letter to Elder Elias Smith: containing an examination of his thirteen reasons for believing the salvation of all men
Danville [Vt.]. Ebenezer Eaton, printer,. 1818.. 16 p..
A letter to Father Lewis Sabran Jesuite: in answer to his letter to a peer of the Church of England : wherein the postscript to the answer to Nubes testium is vindicated and F. Sabran's mistakes further discovered.
Gee, Edward, ; Gee, Edward,
London. Printed for Henry Motlock ...,. 1688.. 8 p..
¬A¬ letter to George Keith
London u.a.. 1700. 36 S..
A letter to G. G. Stiff in opinions, always in the wrong.
London, . Printed for J. Williams,. 1767.. 2 p.l., 96 p..
A Letter to government, from the managing committee appointed at a public meeting of the Parsee inhabitants of Bombay, to prepare a core of laws adapted to the Parsee nation and to petition the Legislative council of India for the enactment of such laws: in reply to the objections urged by Parsees, residing in the Mofussil ... ; and appendix containing the proceedings of the Legislative Council ... and the resolution ...
A letter to Granville Sharp on the proposed abolition of the slave trade...
London . Printed for J. Debrett. 1788.. 51 p..
A letter to Henry Brougham ... from a master of arts of Queen's college, Oxford, upon the best method of restoring decayed grammar schools ...
London, . 1818.. p. -285..
¬A¬ letter to 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 consistution, as established at the revolution
London. 1792. 88 S..
A letter to Her Majesty's ministers on the operation and beneficial results of the new beer act and the evils of the licensing system: being a reply to a malignant and scurrilous attack upon the beer sellers by a public brewer of Manchester
[England. s.n.,. 1838] . 23 p..
¬A¬ letter to Hilton, the Grand Informer
London. Lee. 1682. 2 S..
A letter to Hilton, the grand informer: in answer to his several late printed libels.
London. Printed for R. Lee,. 1682.. 1 sheet ( p.).
A letter to His Excellency,: the lord lieutenant of Ireland, on the judgment of the High Court of Delegates in the case of Talbot v. Talbot.
Paget, Thomas Tertius,
London. Ridgway [etc.],. 1856.. 2 p. L., 107 p..
A Letter to His Excellency Count *** on poetry, painting, and sculpture.
New York, . Garland Pub.,. 1973.. 33 (i.e. 57) p..
A letter to His Excellency Marquis Cornwallis: on the proposed union : in which His Excellency's political situation is candidly discussed
Irishman. ; Cornwallis, Charles Cornwallis, ; Moore, James,
Dublin. Printed by James Moore,. 1798.. 38 p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to His Excellency Marquis Cornwallis on the proposed union: in which His Excellency's political situation is candidly discussed
Cornwallis, Charles C.
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 1229..
A letter to His Grace the Archbishop of York, on the present corrupt state of the Church of England
Beverley, R. M.
[S.l.. s.n.],. 1831 . 41 p..
A letter to His Grace the D. of Monmouth, the 15th of July, 1680
[London?]. . 3 S..
¬A¬ letter to His Grace the Duke of Buckingham
Practical farmer and corn merchant ; Buckingham and Chandos, Richard Plantagenet Temple Nugent Brydges Chandos Grenville
S.l.. [s.n.]. 1842. 18 p..
A letter to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle,: on West India affairs, called forth by the misrepresentations of the Anti-slavery Society.
Daniel, Thomas, and Company.
London, . Printed by C. Skipper & East,. 1854.. 36 p..
A letter to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle, on West India affairs: called forth by the misrepresentations of the Anti-slavery society
London, . C. Skipper & East,. 1854. 36 p..
A letter to His Majesty: the bandogs, or, Remarks on the managers against W. Hastings, Esq., and Lord Melville, the late ministers on the Catholic bill and Marquis Wellesley, the office of High Admiral ...
London. William Horseman,. 1808.. 130 p. ;.
A letter to His Majesty's Commissioners for an inquiry into the state of the laws of real property: in answer to some objections which have been advanced against a general register
Hatherley, William Page Wood,
London. Saunders and Benning,. 1829.. 39 p. ;.
A letter to His Majesty's commissioners for an inquiry into the state of the laws of real property on the subject of the proposed general registry
Coote, Richard Holmes.
London. J. & W.T. Clarke,. 1829.. 26 p. ;.
A letter to his majesty, the bandogs;: or, Remarks on the managers against W. Hastings...and Lord Melville...on the Catholic bill and Marquis Wellesley.
Lond. . Horseman,. 1808.. 127p..
¬A¬ letter to His Royal Highness the Duke of York
London. Inghall. 1681. 8 S..
A letter to His Royal Highness the Duke of York, or, An exposition of the circumstances which led to the late appointment of Sir Hew Dalrymple: and an inquiry into the question whether he, His Royal Highness as commander-in-chief, or His Majesty's ministers be most responsible to the country
Hague, Thomas. ; Frederick Augustus,
London. W. Horseman,. 1808.. 42 p. ;.
A letter to H.M. Durand ...
London, . Chatto and Windus,. 1884.. viii, 64 p..
A letter to Hon. E. D. Morgan,: on the amendment of the Constitution abolishing slavery. Resolutions, passed by the New York Union league club, concerning conditions of peace with the insurgents.
New York, . 1865. 4 p..
¬A¬ letter to Horace Twiss, Esq. M.P: being an answer to his "Inquiry into the means of consolidating and digesting the laws of England"
Uniacke, Crofton ; Twiss, Horace
London. Printed for J. and W.T. Clarke. 1826. 68 p..
[A letter to Isham Benefield from C. C. Benefield,
[n.p.] . 1922?]. 4 p..
A letter to James Humphreys, Esq., on his proposal to repeal the laws of real property, and substitute a new code
Sugden, Edward Burtenshaw, ; Humphreys, James,
London. J. & W.T. Clarke,. 1827.. iv, 103 p. ;.
A letter to James Lloyd Chamberlaine, Esq; of Talbot County.: Sir, Having put yourself and friends to a vast deal of pains to ascertain a fact you never can prove .
Bourk, Thomas. ; Chamberlaine, James Lloyd.
Baltimore:. Printed by M.K. Goddard.,. . 1 sheet ( p.).
¬A¬ Letter to Jeremiah Harman, Esq., late governor of the Bank of England: on the circulating medium of the kingdom, and the means of diminishing the practice of forgery
London. Printed for R. Hunter. 1818. 40 p..
A letter to J.H. Wilkins, H.B. Rogers, and F.B. Fay, commissioners of Massachusetts for the State reform school for girls
Howe, S. G.
Boston, . Ticknor and Fields,. 1854. 36 p..
¬A¬ letter to John Briggs on the discovery of part of the second volume of the Jámi al tawáríkh of Rashíd al dín
Morley, William Hook
London. Harrison. 1839. 24 S..
A letter to John Bull: to which is added the sketch of a plan for the safe, speedy and effectual abolition of slavery.
[n.p.] . 1823.. 1 v..
A letter to John Clayton,: the elder,
Christian, Obadiah. [from old catalog]
[n.p.] . 1805.. v..
¬A¬ letter to John Wilkes, Esq; Sheriff of London and Middlesex; in which the extortion and oppression of sheriffs officers, with many other alarming abuses, are exemplified and detected; and a remedy proposed: ... By Robert Holloway, ...
London. printed for S. Bladon. 1771. ,vi-vii,,40p..
A letter to Jonas Hanway, Esq.: in which some reasons are assigned, why houses for the reception of penitent women who have been disorderly in their lives, ought not to be called Magdalen-houses.
Lardner, Nathaniel, ; Hanway, Jonas,
London. Sold by J. Noon ...,. 1758.. 28 p. ;.
A letter to Judge Duval on his opinion, as printed by C. T. Cary, for William Brown, plaintiff, in a cause against Bartholomew Conrad Augustus Gugy
Gugy, Bartholomew C.
Ottawa. CIHM. 1987. 1 Mikrofiche. CIHM ICMH microfiche series.
A letter to Lord Althorp, on the subjects of a repeal of the Corn Laws, the Malt Tax, and the Assessed Taxes
London . Westley, Strand, and Wilson .
¬A¬ letter to Lord Ashburton, from Mr. Horne: occasioned by last Tuesday's debate in the House of Commons, on Mr. Pitt's motion
Tooke, John Horne ; Dunning, John
London. Printed for J. Debrett. . 2 p.l., 38 p..
A letter to Lord Ashley: on the principles which regulate wages and on the manner and degree in which wages would be reduced, by the passing of a ten hours bill
Torrens, R. ; Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper,
London. Smith, Elder, and Co.,. 1844.. iv, 80 p..
A letter to Lord Ashley, on the principles which regulate wages and on the manner and degree in which wages would be reduced,
London. Smith, Elder, and Co.,. 1844.. iv, 80 p..
¬A¬ letter to Lord Ashley, on the principles which regulate wages ..., by the passing of a ten hours bill
A letter to Lord Chancellor Cottenham upon the bill to give primary jurisdiction to the masters in ordinary of the High Court of Chancery in certain cases
Brougham, William, ; Cottenham, Charles Christopher Pepys,
London. W. Pickering,. 1850.. 22 p. ;.
A letter to Lord Cottenham, lately Lord Chancellor of England, on the Jus Sugdenianum: delivered in the Irish Chancery, on the hearing and re-hearing of the cause of Malone and others v. Gerahty and others, in January and February, 1843, and lately reported by Mssrs. Drury and Warren.
Gerahty, James. ; Cottenham, Charles Christopher Pepys,
London. J.B. Thompson,. 1845.. 155 p. ;.
A letter to Lord Erskine, containing a full and complete exposÐe of the foul, detestable, though impotent conspiracy, formed against our present gracious Queen, Caroline Amelia Elizabeth, collected from the speeches of Sir R. Gifford and Sir I. S. Copley ...
London, . Printed for the author, and sold by all the booksellers,. 1820.. 42 p..
A letter to Lord Erskine, containing a full and complete exposé of the foul, detestable, though impotent conspiracy, formed against our present gracious Queen, Caroline Amelia Elizabeth, collected from the speeches of Sir R. Gifford and Sir I. S. Copley ...
London, . Printed for the author, and sold by all the booksellers,. 1820.. 42 p..
A letter to Lord Grenville, controverting His Lordships propositions on the veto: and urging the impolicy and impracticability of demanding its surrender from the Catholic hierarchy
Trotter, John B. ; Grenville, William W.
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 2 Mikrofiches : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 918..
A letter to Lord Holland, Chancellor of the Duchy and County Palatine of Lancaster: on the present state of the Chancery Court of the Palatinate
Forster, Francis, ; Holland, Henry Richard Vassall,
London. Stevens & Norton,. 1838.. 14 p. ;.
A letter to Lord John Russell, M.P.,: on the abolition of church rates, the cost of parliamentary bishops, and the appropriation of cathedral & episcopal property.
Moorsom, Richard, ; Kirby, R.
London, . J. Ridgway,. 1837.. 20 p..