A letter to Lord Langdale on the recent proceedings in the House of Commons on the subject of privilege
Kingsdown, Thomas Pemberton-Leigh, ; Langdale, Henry Bickersteth,
London. C. Hunter,. 1837.. 99 p..
A letter to Lord Langdale on the recent proceedings in the House of Commons on the subject of privilege
Kingsdown, Thomas Pemberton-Leigh, ; Langdale, Henry Bickersteth,
London. V. & R. Stevens and G.S. Norton,. 1840.. 103 p. ;.
A letter to Lord Viscount Barrington: (written in the year 1730,) concerning the question, whether the Logos supplied the place of a human soul in the person of Jesus Christ
London. Unitarian Association,. 1833.. 70 p. ;.
A Letter to Lord Viscount Howe, First Lord of the Admiralty, on the subject of a late determination at the Cock-Pit in a prize cause.
London. Printed at the Logographic Press by J. Walter ...,. 1787.. , 132 p.,  folded leaf of plates.
A letter to Lord Worsley, on the burthens affecting real porperty arising from the present state of the law: with reasons in favour of a general registry of titles
Sewell, Henry, ; Yarborough, Charles Anderson Worsley,
London. H. Butterworth,. 1846.. 110 p..
¬A¬ letter to Lord Worsley, on the burthens affecting real property arising from the present state of the law: with reasons in favour of a general registry of titles
Sewell, Henry ; Yarborough, Charles Anderson Worsley
London. H. Butterworth. 1846. 110 p..
A letter to Louis Kossuth
Garrison, William Lloyd,
New York, . Arno Press,. 1969.. 112 p..
A letter to Maj. Gen. Alexander Hamilton;: containing observations on his letter concerning the public conduct and character of John Adams, Esq. president of the United States.
[Salem, Mass.]. Printed by Joshua Cushing, Salem.,. 1800. 28,  p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to Major Doyle on the present state of the Catholic question
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 2 Mikrofiches : 17x. Irish pamphlets ; 217..
A letter to Major General Alexander Hamilton,: containing observations on his letter, concerning the public conduct and character of John Adams, Esq. president of the United States.
New-York:. Printed by G.F. Hopkins, Washington's Head.,. 1800. 32 p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to member of Parliament, now in the country
London. Nutt. 1700. 33 S..
¬A¬ letter to merchant in London: concerning a late combination in the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, to impose or force a private currency, called land-bank-money
[Boston, Mass.]. 1741.
A letter to Mr. Alexander Mather, as a reply to his addenda to the Manchester protest, in which Mr. Pawson is also mentioned: to which is added a search for truth, in Messrs. Pawson and Mather's address to the Methodist Societies, with an epistle to the Methodists prefixed. By Thomas Shaw
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. 1797.
¬A¬ letter to Mr. Clare, surgeon, on his new and easy method of introducing mercury into the system, through the orifices of the absorbent vessels, on the inside of the mouth: ... By Wm. Turnbull, late Surgeon of His Majesty's Royal Navy. Also remarks on the same subject, by Wm. Turnbull, M.D
London. 1783. 12,2p.
A letter to Mr. Cumming: concerning the regard which ought to be had to scripture-consequences
¬A¬ letter to Mr. Dodwell: where in all the Arguments in his Epistolary Discours against the Immortality of the Soul are particularly answered and the Judgment of the Fathers concerning that Matter truly represented
London. Knapton. 1731.
¬A¬ letter to Mr. Harding, the printer: upon the occasion of a paragraph in his news-paper of Aug. 1st, relating to Mr. Woods's half-pence
Swift, Jonathan ; Harding, John
Dublin. Printed by John Harding. . 16 p..
¬A¬ letter to Mr. Henry Stubs concerning his censure
London. Pullen. 1670. 21 S..
A letter to Mr. Henry Stubs concerning his Censure upon certain passages contained in the History of the Royal Society
London. Printed for Octavian Pullen ...,. 1670.. , 19 p..
A letter to Mr. John Stancliff, containing some remarks on his vindication of his account of the Murrinitish plague, &c. in a letter to the author.: [Five lines of Scripture texts]
Philadelphia:. Printed for Thomas Dobson, in Second-Street, between Market and Chesnut-Street.,. M,DCC,LXXXVIII. . 16 p. ;.
A letter to Mr. Samuel Hake.: Sir, Your behavior to me in a late affair, has been of so extraordinary a nature, that I cannot omit giving a recital to the public, in order to say something in vindication of my honest intentions .
Leigh, Robert. ; Hake, Samuel.
[New York. s.n.,. 1773]. 1 sheet ( p.).
A letter to Mr. Scarlet on the poor laws
London . Printed for J. Ridgway .
¬A¬ letter to Mr. Timothy Goodwin, to be communicated to his friend L. M. author of The narrative of Count Patkul
London. printed for John Morphew. 1717.
A letter to Mr. Ward, one of the managers of the Theatre-Royal, Manchester. ... By Candid
Manchester. printed and sold by W. Shelmerdine and Co.; and may be had of J. Thomson and B. Hopper; and I. & W. Clarke. 1800. 11,p..
¬A¬ letter to my son
3. impr.. London. Home & Van Thal. 1945. 32 S..
A letter to my wife
Koffend, John B.
New York. Saturday Review Press,. c 1972.. XXXV, 218 S..
¬A¬ letter to N. Wiseman, D. D. (calling himself bishop of Melipotamus), containing remarks on his letter to Mr. Newman
Palmer, William ; Wiseman, Nicholas P.
2. ed.. Oxford. Parker u.a.. 1841. 49 S..
A letter to one of the proprietors of the Grand Junction Water Company: on the subject of the Right Hon. Mr. Peel's letter to the water companies of the metropolis
London. R. Hunter,. 1830.. 15 p..
A letter to ourselves;: a proposal for a master plan for human redevelopment
Baltimore, . 1962]. 16 l..
A letter, to Paulinus;: containing an answer to his three questions, lately proposed to the public, in the Connecticut gazette: wherein the claim of right in the church, to make and impose public tests of orthodoxy, is examined and refuted. : [Three lines of Scripture texts]
New-Haven:. Printed by J. P25 c1986.. 71 leaves.
A letter to Peter Cooper,: on "The treatment to be extended to the rebels individually," and "The mode of restoring the rebel states to the union." With an appendix containing a reprint of a review of Judge Curtis' paper on the Emancipation proclamation, with a letter from President Lincoln.
Kirkland, Charles Pinckney,
New York, . A. D. F. Randolph,. 1865.. 46 p., 2 l., -20 p..
A letter to Peter Cooper, on "The treatment to be extended to the rebels individually," and "The mode of restoring the rebel states to the union": With an appendix containing a reprint of a review of Judge Curtis' paper on the Emancipation Proclamation, with a letter from President Lincoln,
Kirkland, Charles P.
New York, . A.D.F. Randolph,. 1865. 46, 20 p..
A letter to Philip Francis, Esq., from the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, Chairman: Right Hon. C. James Fox, R.B. Sheridan, Esq. ..., members of the committee for managing the impeachment of Mr. Hastings : with remarks.
Burke, Edmund, ; Francis, Philip, ; Stockdale, John, ; Murray, John,
London. Printed for John Murray ... and John Stockdale ...,. 1788.. 33,  p. ;.
A letter to Philip Francis, esq., from the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, chairman, Right Hon. C. James Fox, R. B. Sheridan, esq., Thomas Pelham, esq. ...
London, . Printed for J. Stockdale,. 1788.. 33 p..
A letter to Philo Africanus, upon slavery: in answer to his of the 22d of November, in the General Evening Post; together with the opinions of Sir John Strange, and other eminent lawyers upon this subject, with the sentence of Lord Mansfield, in the case of Somerset and Knowles, 1772, ..
London. printed for W. Brown. 1788. ,40p..
Laser diode systems for photodynamic therapy and medical diagnostics
Lund. Univ.,. 2004. xiv, 101 s..
¬A¬ letter to R. B. Gabriel, D.D. in answer to Facts relating to the Rev. Dr. White's Bampton lectures. By a member of one of the universities
Member of One of the Universities
London. printed for H. Gardner. 1789. 50p..
A letter to Rev. Mr. Channing, in favor of the doctrine of the Trinity,
Layman. [from old catalog]
[Boston, . S. T. Goss, printer,. 1819?]. 8 p..
¬A¬ letter to Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Esq. on the proposed renewal or the charter of the East India Company
London. Debrett. 1793. 48 S..
¬A¬ letter to Richard Clarke, Esquire ¬Esq.¬ honorary secretary to the Royal Asiatic Society, on the manuscripts ¬mss.¬ in the library of Eton College
Bland, Nathaniel ; Clarke, Richard
S.l.. s.n.. 1844. 3 S..
¬A¬ letter to Richard Cobden, Esq., M.P., in reply to remarks contained in his speech delivered at Covent-Garden Theatre on ... March 20, 1844
Day, George Game ; Cobden, Richard
London. J. Ollivier. 1844. 8 p..
¬A¬ Letter to Robert Frost and others
Hillyer, Robert S.
New York ; London. Alfred A. Knopf. 1937. 69 S..
A letter to Robert Hibbert, jun. esq., in reply to his pamphlet, entitled, "Facts verified upon oath: in contradiction of the report of the Rev. Thomas Cooper, concerning the general condition of slaves in Jamaica," &c. &c.; to which are added, a letter from Mrs. Cooper to R. Hibbert, jun. esq., and an appendix containing an exposure of the falsehoods and calumnies of that gentleman's affidavit-men
London, . J. Hatchard,. 1824. iv, 90 p..
A letter to Robert Moss,: Thomas Gooch, and the rest of the ministers, who, in a late petition to the House of Lords, stiled themselves The clergy in and about London. To which is added, the copy of a paper, intitl'd, I. The petition of the London clergy to the House of Lords, against the Quakers bill. II. The Lords protest on rejecting the said petition. III. The Lords protest against the Quakers bill.
London. Printed for J. Peele,. 1722.. 71 p..
A letter to Robert Wissett, Esq.: in answer to four letters, addressed by Mr. Wissett to the author, "on the subject of licensing and regulations for public-houses and liquor shops"
Bowles, John, ; Wissett, Robert.
London. F.C. and J. Rivington,. 1816.. 140 p..
A letter to Robert Wissett, Esq.: in answer to four letters, addressed by Mr. Wissett to the author, on the subject of licensing and regulations for public-houses and liquor-shops
Bowles, John, ; Wissett, Robert.
London. Printed by W. Marchant,. 1815.. 126 p..
A letter to Samuel Holden, Esq.: occasioned by his speech delivered from the chair at a general assembly of dissenters on the 29th of November 1732.
London. Printed for J. Roberts ...,. 1732.. 19,  p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to Samuel Whitbread, ESQ. M.P. on his proposed bill for the amendment of the poor laws
Malthus, Thomas Robert ; Whitbread, Samuel ¬[Adressat]¬
New York [u.a.]. Pergamon Pr.. 1983. 1 Mikrofiche. Pergamon history of economics series ; 1021.
¬A¬ letter to Samuel Whitbreadt, Esq[uire] M.P. being a sequel to consideration on the protection required by British agriculture: to which are added remarks on the publ. of a fellow of Univ. College, Oxford, of Mr. Ricardo, and Mr. Torrens
Jacob, William ; Whitbread, Samuel
New York [u.a.]. Pergamon Pr.. . 1 Mikrofiche. Pergamon history of economics series ; 682.
A letter to scientists and inventors, on the science of justice, and their right of perpetual property in their discoveries and inventions
Boston. Cupples, Upham & Co.,. 1884.. 22 p..
A letter to Scripturista;: containing some remarks on his answer to Paulinus's three questions: wherein the nature of a test of orthodoxy is exactly stated; the church's right to know and judge of the religious principles of those who are admitted to sealing ordinances, and reject the erroneous, is asserted; and the practice of our churches in New-England, from their first settlement in this country, vindicated. And also three questions more, relative to the new way of taking persons in the church, lately introduced at Wallingford, by Mr. Dana, stated: with a desire they may be answered by Scripturista, in his next letter to his friend Paulinus. : [Two lines of Scripture texts]
[Boston]. New-Haven: Printed 1760. Boston: re-printed and sold by S. Kneeland, in Queen-Street,,. 1761. 24 p. ;.
A letter to Scripturista;: containing, some remarks on his answer to Paulinus's three questions: wherein, the nature of a test of orthodoxy is exactly stated; the church's right to know and judge of the religious principles of those, who are admitted to sealing ordinances, and reject the erronious [sic], is asserted; and the practice of our churches in New-England, from their first settlement in this country, vindicated. And also, three questions more, relative to the new way of taking persons into the church, lately introduced at Wallingford, by Mr. Dana, stated: with a desire they may be answered by Scripturista, in his next letter to his friend Paulinus. : [Two lines of Scripture texts]
New-Haven,. Printed by Parker, and Company, at the Post-Office,,. MDCCLX. . 20 p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to sir Charles Forbes on the suppression of public discussion in India, and the banishment, without trial, of two british editors from that country by the acting governor-general Mr. Adam
London. Richardson. 1824. 70 S..
¬A¬ letter to Sir George Saville, Bart. upon the allegiance of a British subject: occasioned by his late bill in parliament in favour of the Roman Catholics of this kingdom
Savile, George ¬[Adressat]¬
London. J. Robson. 1778. 43 S..
¬A¬ letter to Sir Henry Parnell, Bart.: in reply to his "arguments and plan for a commutation of tithes in Ireland"
Soames, Henry ; Parnell, Henry
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 17x. Irish pamphlets ; 122..
A letter to Sir Henry Steuart, bart. on the improvement in the quality of timber, to be effected by the high cultivation and quick growth of forest-trees,
Holt, . Printed by J. Shalders,. 1829.. 133 p..
A letter to Sir Humphry Davy, Bart. president of the Royal Society, etc. etc. on the application of machinery to the purpose of calculating and printing mathematical tables
Babbage, Charles. ; Davy, Humphry
London. Taylor,. 1822.. 12 S..
A letter to Sir Humphry Mackworth, relating to his proposal for payment of the publick debts, &c. and concerning the long and short annuitants, with an answer thereto. Together with a brief reply to a late pamphlet, entituled, An essay for establishing a new Parliament money, as far as it relates to the scheme of Sir Humphry Mackworth. By Philo Regis et Patriæ
Philo Regis et Patriæ
London. printed and sold by W. Boreham, and A. Dod. 1720. 22p.
¬A¬ letter to Sir John Cam Hobhouse on "The factories bill"
Broughton, John Cam Hobhouse
¬A¬ letter to Sir John Fielding: Knight. Illustrated with a portrait of a monster. Dedicated to William Nash, ... By Robert Holloway
London. printed for the author, and sold by S. Bladon. 1772. viii,70p..
A letter to Sir John Fielding, Knt. occasioned by his extraordinary request to Mr. Garrick for the suppression of The beggars opera. To which is added a postscript to D. Garrick, Esq; By William Augustus Miles
Miles, William Augustus
London. printed for J. Bell. 1773. ,6-44p..
A letter to Sir John Jervis, M.P., Her Majesty's Attorney General, &c., &c., &c., on the uses and abuses of special pleading: with suggestions for a change in the forms of procedure in the superior courts
Corrie, William, ; Jervis, John,
London. W. Benning,. 1850.. 24 p. ;.
A letter to Sir Joseph Banks concerning the lives and writings of various Anglo-Norman poets of the 12:th century.: [Translated.]
La Rue, Gervais de
<S.l.>, . <S.a.>.
A Letter to Sir J. P., bart., a member for the ensuing Parliament, relating to the union of England and Scotland.
[London. s.n.,. 1705]. 8 p. ;.
A letter to Sir L----s O----n, Bart: On the late prorogation; and in answer to his letter to Mr. Faulkner, on the subject of the rejected money-bill
Dublin. printed in the year. 1770. 40p.
¬A¬ letter to Sir R.A. Ferguson, Bart., M.P. on the relative rights of landlord and tenant: proposing an adjustment of their interests on the basis of certain principles already recognised in India, and held to be applicable to the present condition of Ireland
Alexander, James ; Ferguson, Robert Alexander
London. B. Fellowes. 1848. 21 p..
A letter to sir R- H-, wherein is considered, what effect the repeal of those laws which now regulate our commerce with France, are likely to have...
London, . 1713..
A letter to Sir Robert Inglis, Bart., M.P.: on certain statements in an article of the Edinburgh review, no. 193, entitled "Bishop Phillpotts"
Phillpotts, Henry, ; Inglis, Robert Harry,
London. J. Murray,. 1852.. 94 p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to Sir Robert Peel, Bart on the necessity of a parliamentary provision for the Roman Catholic clergy of Ireland
Vigilarius ; Peel, Robert
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 2 Mikrofiches : 17x. Irish pamphlets ; 302..
A letter to Sir Robert Peel, Bart., on the subject of British colonial slavery: [microform]
Edinburgh. Printed by J. Colston and sold by W. Oliphant, Waugh and Innes,. 1830.. 64 p..
A letter to Sir Roundell Palmer, Knt., M.P., Her Majesty's Solicitor General, on the present system of law reporting: its evils, and the remedy
Daniel, W. T. S. ; Selborne, Roundell Palmer,
London. W. Benning & Son,. 1863.. 73 p. ;.
A letter to Sir Samuel Romilly, M.P.: [microform]
Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, ; Romilly, Samuel,
London. Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown; and J. Ridgway,. 1818..  leaf,67, , 104 p. ;.
A letter to Sir Samuel Shepherd, knt., His Majesty's attorney-general,: upon the subject of his prosecutions of Richard Carlile, for publishing Paine's Age of reason.
London, . Printed & published by R. Carlile,. 1819.. 26 p..
A letter to Sir Walter Scott, Bart: in answer to the remonstrance of Oxoniensis...
Byron, George Gordon Byron,
London. printed for Rodwell & Martin,. 1822.. 85 p..
A letter to Sir Walter Scott, bart., exposing certain fundamental errors in his late Essay on planting, and containing observations on the pruning and thinning of woods, and maxims for profitable planting,
London, . Printed by J. Shalders,. 1828.. 123 p..
A letter to Sir William Augustus Brown, Bart. on a late affair of honour with Colonel Lenox ;: and the correspondence with the Hon. Colonel Phipps
Swift, Theophilus, ; Brown, William Augustus. ; Phipps, Colonel. ; Ridgway, James,
London. printed for James Ridgway,. 1789.. 32, 8 p. ;.
A letter to Sir William Augustus Brown, Bart., on a late affair of honour with Colonel Lenox, and the correspondence with the Hon. Colonel Phipps
London. Printed for James Ridgway ...,. 1789.. , 32 p. ;.
¬A¬ Letter to Sir William Garrow ... on his propsed bill for regulating the practice of surgery throughout the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
Edinburgh. Murray & Cochrane. 1817. 21 S..
A letter to Sir William Meredith, bart.,: in answer to his late Letter to the Earl of Chatham ...
London, . Printed for G. Kearsly,. 1774.. 52 p..
¬A¬ Letter to Sir William Pulteney, Bart. member for Shrewsbury, on the subject of the Trade between India and Europe
London. Stockdale u.a.. 1802. 102 S..
¬A¬ letter to Sir William R. Hamilton: in reply to certain charges made against the author by Sir William Betham in 2 letters recently published
Petrie, George ; Hamilton, William R.
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 507..
¬A¬ letter to Sir William Strickland, bart. relating to the coal trade
London. Printed by S. Palmer and J. Huggonson, and sold by J. Wilford. 1730.
A letter to Sir William Windham: II. Some reflections on the present state of the nation. III. A letter to Mr. Pope. By ... Henry St. John, Lord Viscount Bolingbroke
Bolingbroke, Henry St. John
London. printed for A. Millar. 1753. Online-Ressource.
A letter to some divines concerning the question, Whether God since Christ's ascension, doth any more reveal himself to mankind by the means of divine apparitions?: with an exact account of what God hath bestowed upon a noble maid, from her seventh year, until now, MDCXCI
Petersen, Johann Wilhelm, ; Asseburg, Rosamunda Juliana von, ; Lee, Francis,
London. Printed and sold by John Whitlock, in Stationers-Court, near Ludgate,. 1695.. , 129,  p. ;.
A letter to someone I love and other poems
Belmont, Calif.. Ponce Press,. 1986.. p..
A letter to the absentee landlords of the south of Ireland: on the means of tranquillizing their tenantry and improving their estates.
London. Printed for J. Hatchard and Son,. 1822.. 62 p. ;.
A letter to ... the Archbishop of York on the present corrupt state of the Church of England.
Beverley, R. M.
Beverley, . W.B. Johnson,. 1831.. 2 p. l., -41 p..
¬A¬ letter to the author of a book, entitled, Considerations on the explications of the doctrine of the Trinity
S.l.. s.n. . 3 p..
A letter to the author of An address to all rationalists in Great Britain, published in the Old-England-Journal, Nov. the 30th, 1745. With an appendix, ...
London. printed for M. Cooper,. 1747.. ,ii-v,170p. ;.
A letter to the author of An enquiry into the revenue,
London, . Printed for J. Roberts,. 1742.. 2 p.l., 72 p..
A letter to the author of a pamphlet entitled Considerations upon the different modes of finding recruits for the army.
London, . J. Bew,. 1776.. 1 p.l., 41 p..
A letter to the author of a pamphlet entitled Free parliaments ...
London, . 1783.. 1 p.l., 23 p..
A letter to the author of a pamphlet, intitled, A letter to a friend in the country, on the present posture of affairs in Europe, and on the conduct of our ministry at home, &c. To which is added, a postscript relating to the case of the late Marquis of Tullibardine, ...
London. printed for J. Roberts. 1734. 36p..
¬A¬ letter to the author of a pamphlet, intituled, An enquiry into some things that concern Scotland, containing some remarks upon a certain book, lately published by a certain author, who, certainly, is not a true friend to his country
S.l.. [s.n.]. 1734. 26 p..
¬A¬ letter to the author of a sermon, entitled, A sermon preached at the funeral of Her late Majesty
[London]. . 8 S..
¬A¬ letter to the author of a sermon entituled A sermon preach'd at the funeral of Her late Majesty Queen Mary, of ever blessed memory
S.l.. s.n. . 8 p..
A Letter to the author of Divine glory brought to view, in the condemnation and punishment of the ungodly, with the appendix
[Boston?. s.n.,. 1783?]. 10 p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to the author of Milton's life
London. J. H.. 1699. 8 S..
A letter to the author of the calculations in the White-Hall Evening-Post, relating to South-Sea stock. Shewing the mistakes in the said calculations; ... By a member of the House of Commons
London. printed in the year. 1720. 15,p..
A letter to the author of The case of patronage, stated according to the laws, civil and ecclesiastical, of the realm of Scotland: wherein the many misrepresentations, mean invectives ... of that author are briefly specified
Another member of the Church of Scotland.
Glasgow. Printed by William Smith, for James Duncan ..., sold also by W. Gray ... Edinburgh,. 1783.. 35 p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to the Author of the Discourse of the Grounds and Reasons of Christian Religion
[Nachdr. d. Ausg. London, 1726]. London. 1737.
A letter to the author of the Discourse of the grounds and reasons of the Christian religion, in answer to Mr. Green's Letters, &c. With a postscript, occasion'd by Dr. Lobb's Brief defence, &c.
London, . Printed in the year 1726.. xii, 98 p..
¬A¬ letter to the author of the Dutch design: anatomized
[Anr. ed.]. [London]. . 4 S..
¬A¬ letter to the author of the Dutch design, anatomized
London. 1688. 4 S..
A Letter to the author of the Halifax letter;: occasioned by his book, entitled, A defence of that letter
[Providence?]. Printed for the author.,. M.DCC.LXV. . 8 p. ;.
A letter to the author of the late Letter out of the countrey, occasioned by a former Letter to a member of the House of Commons: concerning the Bishops lately in the Tower, and now under suspension
[London. s.n.,. 1689?]. 8 p.
A letter to the author of the Lucubrations during a short recess ...
Camelford, Thomas Pitt,
London, . J. Stockdale,. 1782.. 1 p.l., 35 p..
A letter to the author of the pamphlet called An answeer [sic] to the Hampshire narrative. : [Three lines from Proverbs]
Boston:. [s.n.],. Printed in the year 1737. , 84, p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to the author of the Vindication of the ecclesiastical commissioners
[Oxford]. . 8 S..
¬A¬ letter to the author of the Vindication of the proceedings
[Oxford]. . 21 S..
A letter to the author of the Vindication of the proceedings of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners concerning the legality of that Court
Printed Eleutheropolis [Oxford?. s.n.,. 1688?]. , 19 p..