A letter to the author of the Vindication of the proceedings of the ecclesiastical commissioners, concerning the legality of that court,
Philonomus, Anglicus, ; Care, Henry,
[Oxford] . Eleutheropolis. [1688?]. 19 p..

A letter to the author of the Weekly Miscellany...
[n.p.] . 1739. 1 v..

A letter to the authors of a discourse, entituled, Some short observations made on the Presbyterian-doctrine, of election and reprobation
Morgan, Joseph,
New-London [Conn.],. Printed & sold by T. Green,,. 1724. 23, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to the authors of the Answers to The case of the allegiance
[Anr. ed.]. London. Clavel. 1691. 8 S..

¬A¬ letter to the bishop of Munster
Christoph Bernhard <Münster, Bischof>
London. 1666. 8 S..

A letter to the Bishop of Salisbury: occasion'd by His Lordship's speech on the first article of impeachment against Dr. Henry Sacheverell.
[London?]. Printed and sold by the booksellers,. 1711.. 22, [1] p. ;.

A letter to the Bishop of Salisbury, occasion'd by his son's letter to the Earl of Hallifax: containing a fair state of the case of the late ministry, and a full answer to all Mr. Burnet's arguments for an impeachment
Burgess, Daniel,
London. Printed for A. Dodd. 1715. [2], 33 p. ;.

A letter to the Board of Railroad Commissioners of California on the policy of legislative interference with railroad tariffs
Cohen, Alfred A.
New York. Evening Post Job Printing Office,. 1883.. 30 p. ;.

<<A>> Letter to the Board of visitors of the Greenwich Royal Observatory: in reply to the calumnies of Mr.Babbage at their meeting in June 1853, and in his book entitled The Exposition of 1851
Sheepshanks, R.
London . Barclay. 1860. 37 p..

A letter to the Cardinal Litta: cardinal-bishop of Sabinum, and prefect of the S. Congregation of Propaganda Fide, MDCCCXVIII
Hippisley, John C. ; Litta, Lorenzo
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 2 Mikrofiches : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 351..

A letter to the Cardinal Litta, Cardinal-Bishop of Sabinum, and late Prefect of the S. Congregation of Propaganda Fide
Hippisley, John C. ; Litta, Lorenzo
London. 1818. 4\FFFF.

A letter to the Chestnut st.: Congregational church, Chelsea, Mass., in reply to its charge of having become a reproach to the cause of truth, in consequence of a change of religious belief.
Adams, John S.
Boston, . B. Marsh,. 1854.. 50 p..

A letter to the clergy of the county of Norfolk.
[Cooper, Samuel],
Norwich, . W. Chase,. 1773.. 1 p.l., [5]-31 p..

¬A¬ letter to the clergy of the diocese of Norfolk and Suffolk
[London?]. [1699]. 8 S..

¬A¬ letter to the clergy of the diocess of Norfolk and Suffolk
Field, John
[London]. [1699]. 8 S..

A letter to the clergy of various denominations,: and to the slave-holding planters, in the southern parts of the United States of America.
Clarkson, Thomas,
London, . Printed by Johnston and Barrett,. 1841.. 64 p..

A letter to the clergy of Virginia, in which the conduct of the General-Assembly is vindicated, against the reflexions contained in a letter to the lords of trade and plantations, from the Lord-Bishop of London.
Bland, Richard,
Williamsburg [Va.]:. Printed by William Hunter.,. MDCCLX. [1760]. vi, 3-20 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to the club at White's: in which are set forth the great expediency of repealing the laws now in force against excessive gaming, and the many advantages that would arise to this nation from it
Mumford, Erasmus
London. Printed for W. Owen. 1750. 40 p..

A letter to the club at White's in which are set forth the great expediency of repealing the laws not in force against excessive gaming...
Mumford, Erasmus
London, . W. Owen,. 1750.. 40p..

A letter to the commissioners for inquiring into the state of the laws of real property: containing observations in favour of the establishment of a general register
Walters, Robert,
London. J. & W.T. Clarke,. 1829.. 51 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to the Commissioners of Railway Enquiry in Ireland: on the advantages to the Empire from increased facilities of international communication
Gale, Peter
2nd ed., corr. Dublin. Milliken & Son. 1837. 35 p..

¬A¬ letter to the Committee of Management of the Society for the Suppression of Mendicity, in Red Lion Square
Brenton, Edward Pelham
London. C. Rice. 1830. 48 p..

A letter to the common people of the colony of Rhode-Island;: concerning the unjust designs, and actual attempts, of a number of misers, and money jobbers, (particularly such of that character as are in place and power,) to compel all the old tenor debtors in this colony to pay near three times as much as they owe.
T. R.
Providence. Printed for the author, by William Goddard.,. 1763. 4 p. ;.

A letter to the common people of the Colony of Rhode-Island concerning The unjust Designs, and actual Attempts, of a Number of Misers, and Money Jobbers,
R., T. [from old catalog]
[Boston, . 1923]. facsim. : 4 numb. l..

A letter to the congestive bankerhood of Great Britain,: with a proposition for a new currency.
London, . E. Wilson,. 1847.. 21 p..

A letter to [William Wake] the continuator of the present state of our controversy.: Laying open the folly of his extravagant boasting, and the malice of his willfull forgeries ...
Sergeant, John, ; Turner, Matthew,
[London, . Printed and Sold by Matthew Turner,. 1688]. 16 p..

¬A¬ letter to the Craftsmen, upon the change of affairs in Europe by the war that is begun against the Emperour
Hervey, John Hervey
London. Printed for J. Roberts. 1734. 64 p..

¬A¬ letter to the deists
Prideaux, Humphrey ; Leslie, Charles
[Nachdr. der Ausg. 1696 und 1723]. London. Routledge [u.a.]. 1995. XVI, 154, 41 S.. History of British Deism ; (pri).

¬A¬ letter to the Deists: shewing that the gospel of Jesus Christ is no imposture
Prideaux, Humphrey
London. Printed by J.H. for W. Rogers. 1697. 152 p..

A letter to the Dilettanti Society: respecting the obtention of certain matters essentially necessary for the improvement of public taste, ... By James Barry, ... The second edition. With an appendix, ..
Barry, James
London. printed for J. Walker. 1799. 292p..

A letter to the directors of the honorable East-India company, in consequence of that most extraordinary event, the recall of Governor General Sir George Hilaro Barlow, bart.
Waddington, S. Ferrand
London. Printed for the author, and sold by B. Corsby, [etc,. 1806]. 30 p. ;.

A letter to the distressed reformed churches of France...
[n.p. 1686]. 1 v..

A letter to the Duke of Norfolk on the Catholic question.
Wilmot Horton, Robert, ; Norfolk, Bernard Edward Howard,
London, . J. Murray,. 1826.. 100 p..

A letter to the Duke of Wellington: on the propriety and legality of creating peers for life : with precedents.
Nicolas, Nicholas Harris, ; Wellington, Arthur Wellesley,
London. W. Pickering,. 1830.. 56 p..

A letter to the Duke of Wellington, on the arrest of M. Marinet
Kinnaird, Charles Kinnaird, ; Wellington, Arthur Wellesley,
London. Printed for J. Ridgway,. 1818 . 40 p. ;.

A letter to the Duke of Wellington on the propriety and legality of creating peers for life: with precedents.
Nicolas, Nicholas Harris, ; Wellington, Arthur Wellesley,
London. W. Pickering,. 1830.. 56 p. ;.

A letter to the Earl of Aberdeen, on the state prosecutions of the Neapolitan government.
Gladstone, W[illiam] E[wart],
London, . J. Murray,. 1851.. 36 p..

A letter to the Earl of Abingdon: discussing a position relative to a fundamental right of the constitution : contained in His Lordship's Thoughts on the letter of Edmund Burke, Esq. to the sheriffs of Bristol
Cartwright, John,
London. Printed for J. Almon, Piccadilly,. 1778.. 47, [1] p. ;.

A letter to the Earl of B---, relative to the late changes that have happened in the administration ...
London, . Printed for Richardson & Urquhart,. 1765.. 2 p.l., 15 p..

¬A¬ letter to the Earl of Darnley, on the state of the poor in Ireland
Tighe, William ; Darnley, John Bligh
London. Printed for T. Payne. 1781. 21 p..

A letter to the Earl of Liverpool, on the cause of our present embarrasment and distress, and the remedy.
[Western], C[harles] C[allis] Western,
London, . 1826.. p. [219]-238..

¬A¬ letter to the Earl of Liverpool, on the subject of the Greeks
Erskine, Thomas Erskine
4th ed. London. J. Murray. 1823.

A letter to the Earl of Manchester, concerning the whole carriage of the House of Peeres in generall, and his Lordship in particular, during these late distractions: setting forth also the miserable condition of the king, peeres, and people, and the necessity of a personall treaty with honour and freedome, as the only remedy.
Manchester, Edward Montagu,
[S.l.. s.n.],. 1648.. 22p..

¬A¬ Letter To The Earl of O---d, Concerning The Bill of Peerage
Steele, Richard ; Walpole, Robert ¬[Adressat]¬
London. Roberts. 1719. 32 S. ; 4-o [i.e. 8-o].

¬A¬ letter to ... the Earl of Shaftesbury ... on the ... chinese ... Mongolian version of the Bible [Mikroform]
Malan, Solomon Caesar
1 Aufl.. London. 1856. 1 Mikrofiche. The nineteenth century : books on China.

A letter to the Earl of Shelburne, now Marquis of Lansdowne: on his speech, July 10, 1782, respecting the acknowlegement of American independence : with an appendix, containing Thoughts on the peace, and probable advantages thereof, A letter on republicanism; and a letter to the Abbe Syeyes
Paine, Thomas,
London. Printed for J. Ridgway,. 1791.. 58 p. ;.

A letter to the Earl of Shelburne, now Marquis of Lansdowne, on his speech, July 10, 1782,: respecting the acknowledgement of American independence.
Paine, Thomas, ; Paine, Thomas, ; Paine, Thomas,
Dublin, . Printed for G. Burnet, P. Byrne, P. Wogan, W. Sleater, A. Grueber [and 8 others]. 1791.. [3]-48 p..

A letter to the Earl of Shelburne, on his speech, July 10, 1782: respecting the acknowledgement of American independence
Paine, Thomas
repr.. London. Stockdale. 1783. getr. Zählung.

¬A¬ letter to the Earl of Shelburne, on the subject of Mr. Secretary Townshend's Letter to the Chairman and Deputy. Chairman of the East-India Company
Bellomont, Charles C. ¬of¬
London. Debrett. 1783. 26 S..

¬A¬ letter to the Earl of Wilton: on the commutation of existing taxes for a graduated property and income tax, connecting therewith, a plan of Parliamentary reform
Englishman ; Wilton, Thomas Egerton
Liverpool. Printed by G. Smith, and sold by the booksellers. 1830. 32 p..

A letter to the Earl of Wilton, on the commutation of existing taxes for a graduated property and income tax;: connecting therewith, a plan of parliamentary reform, by an Englishman.
London, . Whittaker, Treacher,. 1830.. 32 p..

¬A¬ letter to the Earl of Yarborough 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
2nd ed / with a preface referring to the Irish Sale of Incumbered Estates Act. London. H. Butterworth. 1850.

A Letter to the editor of the Courier and enquirer: in reply to an article in that paper of this morning (Jan. 21) on the college question.
[New York. s.n.,. 1830]. 4 p. ; 21 cm..

A letter to the editor of "the Edinburgh review" in reply to an article on a "Memoir of the public life of the right hon.: J.C. Herries".
Herries, Edward
London, . 1881..

¬A¬ letter to the editor of the letters on The spirit of patriotism, &c.
Warburton, William ; Bolingbroke, Henry St. John
[Reprod. from the copy] London 1749. Los Angeles. William Andrews Clark Memorial Libr.. 1978. XI, 27, 26 S.. Publication / The Augustan Reprint Society ; 192.

A letter to the editor of the Poetry review,
Brooke, Rupert,
Peekskill, . Watch Hill Press,. 1929.. [12] p..

A letter to the editor [Jared Sparks] of the Unitarian Miscellany: in reply to an attack, by an anonymous writer in that work, on a late ordination sermon delivered in Baltimore
Miller, Samuel,
Baltimore. Published by E.J. Coale, R.J. Matchett, printer,. 1821.. viii, [9]-34 p. ;.

A letter to the editor on wage bargaining
Haller, Hans ; Holden, Steinar
1990.

A letter to the elders and brethren of the baptised churches in Rhode-Island and Narrhagansit [sic], Providence, and Swansy, and branches dependent in places adjacent;: the love of the Father and the righteousness of Christ his well beloved Son, and comforts of the Holy Spirit be with you all, Amen
Wightman, Valentine,
[New-London, Conn.?. Printed by T. Green?,. 1725]. 16 p. ;.

A letter to the electors: upon the Catholic question
Smith, Sydney,
York. Printed by Thomas Wilson and Sons ... ,. 1826.. [4], 43, [1] p. ;.

A letter to the electors of Aylesbury, on the Catholick [sic] question
Nugent, George Nugent Grenville,
Aylesbury [England]. J.H. Marshall,. 1820.. 46 p. ;.

A letter to the electors of Bridgenorth, upon the corn laws
Whitmore
Edinburgh . Blackwood .

A letter to the electors of Cambridge: touching Mr. Knight, Mr. Sutton, and the poor-laws
Member of the University.
Cambridge. Published by E. Johnson,. 1837 . 13, [1] p. ;.

A letter to the electors of Nova Scotia: being a reply to &quot;Confederation considered on its merits&quot;
Richard, Edouard
[Mikrofiche-Ausg.]. Halifax, N.S.. R.T. Muir. 1867. 16 S.. CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series ; 23417.

¬A¬ Letter To The Examiner, Concerning the Barrier-Treaty Vindicated
London. Morphew. 1713. 31 S..

¬A¬ Letter To The Examiner, Suggesting Proper Heads, For Vindicating his Masters
London. Moore. 1714. [2] Bl., 31 S. ; 4-o [i.e. 8-o].

A letter to the Family Endowment Society: exhibiting the errors and vices of their system
Corbaux, Francis
S.l.. O. Hodgson. [1837]. 12 p..

A letter to the freeholders and other inhabitants of the Massachusetts-Bay, relating to their approaching election of Representatives.: [Seven lines of quotation]
Americanus. ; Quincy, Edmund,
[Newport, R.I.]. Printed [by Ann Franklin],. in the year, 1739. [2], 12, [2] p. ;.

A letter to the freeholders and other inhabitants of the Massachusetts-Bay, relating to their approaching election of representatives.: [Ten lines of quotation]
Cincinnatus, L. Quincius.
Boston:. Printed and sold by Rogers and Fowle in Queen-Street.,. [1749]. 8 p. ;.

A Letter to the freeholders, and qualified voters, relating to the ensuing election.: [Six lines from Gordon]
Boston: N.E.. Printed by Rogers and Fowle in Queen-Street.,. MDCCXLIX. [1749]. 12 p. ;.

A letter to the freeholders of the county of Durham: on the proceedings of the county meeting holden on Thursday, 21st October instant, and particularly on the speech of John George Lambton, Esq., M.P.
Phillpotts, Henry, ; Durham, John George Lambton,
Durham. F. Humble,. 1819.. 44 p. ;.

A letter to the freeholders of the county of Durham, on the proceedings of the county meeting, holden on Thursday, 21st. October instant; and particularly on the speech of John George Lambton.
Phillpotts, Henry
Durham, . 1819.

A letter to the freehold farmers of Ireland
Shuttle, Thomas.
Dublin. [s.n.],. Printed in the yeare 1755.. 16 p. ;.

A letter to the freemen and freeholders of the province of New-York, relating to the approaching election of their representatives.: [Four lines of quotations in Latin]
Tribunus Populi.
New York:. [s.n.],. Printed, August 22, 1750. 12 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to the Friars Minor and other writings
William <of Ockham> ; MacGrade, Arthur Stephen ; Kilcullen, John ¬[Übers.]¬
Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 1995. XL, 390 S.. Cambridge texts in the history of political thought.
ISBN 0-521-35243-6

A letter to the Friars Minor and other writings
Ockham, Guilelmus de ; McGrade, Arthur Stephen ; Kilcullen, John
reprinted. Cambridge [u.a.]. Cambridge Univ. Press. 2001. XL, 390 S.. Cambridge texts in the history of political thought.
ISBN 0-521-35243-6

A letter to the Friars Minor and other writings
Ockham, Guilelmus de ; McGrade, Arthur Stephen ; Kilcullen, John
Vierte, aktualisierte Auflage. Berlin, Heidelberg. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. 2007. Online-Ressource. Springer-Lehrbuch.

A letter to the Friars Minor and other writings
Ockham, Guilelmus de ; McGrade, Arthur Stephen ; Kilcullen, John
Frankfurt am Main [u.a.]. Lang. 1996. 162 S.. Europäische Hochschulschriften : Reihe 5, Volks- und Betriebswirtschaft ; 1896.
ISBN 3-631-49805-5 (kart.) : ca. DM 65.00 (freier Pr.)

A letter to the friends of the slaves on the new order of council: and on the necessity of new measures on their behalf
Clarkson, Thomas,
Ipswich. King and Garrod, Printers,. [1830?]. 20 p..

A letter to the general convention of the ministers of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New England
Lord, Joseph ; Stone, Nathanael
[Mikrofiche-Ausg.]. Boston, Mass.. 1734. Evans 3839.

A letter to the general convention of the ministers of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New England, in the year 1728.: Together with the sentence of excommunication passed on two that were members of the church in Chatham. : And the translation of a Latin paragraph of Dr. Mather's Magnalia: containing Mr. Nathanael Rogers his tho'ts of impediments to Reformation.
Lord, Joseph,
Boston:. [s.n.],. Printed in the year 1734. [4], 12 p.

A letter to the gentlemen of the committee of London merchants, trading to North America: shewing in what manner, it is apprehended, that the trade and manufactures of Britain may be affected by some late restrictions on the American commerce, and by the operation of the act for the stamp duty in America;: as also how far the freedom and liberty of the subjects residing in Britain, are supposed to be interested in the preservation of the rights of the provinces, and in what manner those rights appear to be abridged by that statute.
London, . Printed for W. Richardson & L. Urquhart,. 1766.. 30 p..

¬A¬ letter to the governor of the Bank of England
London. Peele. 1722. 20 S..

A letter to the high sheriff of the county of Lincoln: respecting the bills of Lord Grenville and Mr. Pitt for altering the criminal law of England, respecting treason and sedition : including a copy of the author's petition to the Honourable House of Commons, presented by Mr. Fox on Wednesday the 25th of November, 1795
Cartwright, John,
London. Printed by J. Johnson ...,. 1795.. [4], 34, [2], 14, [2] p. (the last leaf blank) ;.

A letter to the high sheriff of the County of Lincoln, respecting the bills of Lord Grenville and Mr. Pitt, for altering the criminal law of England, respecting treason and sedition. Including a copy of the author's petition to the Honorable House of Commons, presented by Mr. Fox, on Wednesday the 25th of November, 1795
Cartwright, John,
London. Printed for D.I. Eaton,. 1795.. 19 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to the High Sheriff of the county of Lincoln, respecting the bills of Lord Grenville and Mr. Pitt, for altering the criminal law of England, respecting treason and sedition. Including a copy of the author's petition to the Honourable House of Commons, presented by Mr. Fox, on Wednesday the 25th of November, 1795. By John Cartwright, Esq
Cartwright, John
London. printed for J. Johnson. 1795. [4],34,[2],14p..

A letter to the Hon. Baron Graham: on being ordered out of court unheard, by his lordship at the request of the defendent's counsel, in the case of the King against Milnes, for a rape, September 18, 1819
Campbell, Hugh, ; Graham, Robert,
London. Printed by E. Thomas,. 1819.. 8 p. ;.

A letter to the Hon. Benjamin R. Curtis: late judge of the Supreme Court of the United States, in review of his recently published pamphlet on the "Emancipation Proclamation" of the President
Kirkland, Charles P. ; Curtis, Benjamin Robbins,
New York. A.D.F. Randolph,. 1863.. 20 p. ;.

A letter to the Hon. Benjamin R. Curtis,: late judge of the Supreme Court of the United States, in review of his recently published pamphlet on the "Emancipation Proclamation" of the President.
Kirkland, Charles P.
New York, . Latimer Bros. & Seymour,. 1862. 21 p..

A letter to the Hon. Benjamin R. Curtis, late judge of the Supreme court of the United States,
Kirkland, Charles Pinckney,
New York, . A.D.F. Randolph,. 1863.. 20 p..

A letter to the Hon. Benjamin R. Curtis, late judge of the Supreme court of the United States,
Kirkland, Charles Pinckney,
New York, . Latimer bros. & Seymour,. 1862.. 21 p..

A letter to the Hon. Daniel Webster,
A traveller,
Boston, . C. C. Little and J. Brown,. 1840.. 46 p..

A letter to the Hon. Grantley Fitzhardinge Berkeley, M.P. in answer to his Defence of the game-laws and showing what are the game-laws now in force
Cobbett, James Paul, ; Berkeley, Grantley F.
London. Sherwood and Bowyer,. 1845.. 36 p. ;.

A letter to the Hon. Harrison Gray Otis, a 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 the commonwealth
Adams, John Quincy,
Boston. Published by Oliver and Munroe,. 1808.. 1 microfiche (20 fr.)..

A letter to the Hon. Isaac Parker, chief justice of the Supreme court of the state of Massachusetts,: containing remarks on the dislocation of the hip joint, occasioned by the publication of a trial which took place at Machias, in the state of Maine, June, 1824.
Warren, John Collins,
Cambridge, . Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf,. 1826.. viii, 142, [3] p..

A letter to the Hon. John Quincey Adams: occasioned by his letter to Mr. Otis
Otis, Harrison Gray, ; Adams, John Quincy,
[Boston?. s.n.],. 1808. 43 p.

A letter to the Honorable John Pickering: on the subject of his Vocabulary, or, Collection of words and phrases supposed to be peculiar to the United States of America
Webster, Noah,
Boston. West and Richardson,. 1817 . 60 [i.e. 52] p..

A letter to the Honorable Judge Story, LL. D.: discovering and correcting the errors of Blackstone and his editors, on the theory of human genealogy and kindred, and destroying the concomitant fallacious inductions of eternal pre-existing population, and the physical necessity of crime, by the doctrine of infinite series : with remarks on the nuptial connections of the first human generation
Lee, John,
Cambridge, Mass.. Metcalf, Torry & Balou,. 1840.. 32 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to the honorable William Lenthal, Esq. speaker to the honorable House of Commons: concerning the surrender of Ruthin-Castle to Colonel Thomas Mitton, major general of North-Wales
Mitton, Thomas
London. Printed for Edw. Husband. April 14, 1646. 8 p..

A letter to the Honourable A----r M-----re, com---ner of trade and plantation.
London, . Printed for J. Roberts,. 1714.. 39 p..

A letter to the honourable Robert Boyle
Veil, Charles M. de ; Boyle, Robert
London. Malthus. 1683.

A letter to the Honourable Sir Robert Howard, occasioned by a late book entituled, A two-fold vindication of the late Archbishop of Canterbury, and of the author of The history of religion
Monro, Alexander,
London. Printed for E. Whitlock ...,. 1696. [2], 26 p.

¬A¬ letter to the Hon. & Rev. Baptist Noel, M.A: containing remarks on his recent secession, and proposing certain measures for the immediate and entire reformation of the Church of England
Spencer, Thomas ; Noel, Baptist Wriothesley
London. Houlston and Stoneman. 1849. 16 p..

A letter to the Hon. the Secret Committee of the House of Commons upon Joint-Stock Banks: with observations in reply to Col. Torrens, Mr. Jones Loyd, Mr. Horsley Palmer, and Mr. Samuel Clay
Alfred
2nd ed. London. Hatchard and Son. 1837. 32 p..

A letter to the Hon. Thomas Erskine;: containing some strictures on his View of the causes and consequences of the present war with France.
Gifford, John,
Philadelphia:. Published by William Cobbett, opposite Christ Church.,. November, 1797. [4], 128 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to the Hon. Thomas Erskine: containing some strictures on his View of the causes and consequences of the present war with France
Gifford, John ; Erskine, Thomas Erskine
10th ed. London. Printed for T.N. Longman. 1902. XVI, 1004 S..

¬A¬ letter to the House, from the Laird Wareston
London. Mason. 1659 [1660]. 1 S..

A letter to the House of Peers, on the present bill depending in Parliament, relative to the Price of Wales's debts
Hanoverian.
London. Printed for Lee ..., Jordan ..., and Parsons ...,. 1795.. 23, [1] p. ;.

A letter to the House of peers, on the present bill depending in Parliament, relative to the Prince of Wales's debts.
London, . Printed for Lee [etc.]. 1795.. 23 p..

A letter to the inhabitants of Stafford: containing some account of the trusts reposed in the corporation, and of the charities given to that borough
Keen, W.
[England. s.n.,. 1808] . 80, 5 p..

A letter to the King, against the repeal of the Test Act
Tory of the old school. ; Ward, R. Plumer
London. Printed for James Ridgway,. 1828.. 40 p. ;.

A letter to the landholders of the county of Wilts, on the alarming state of the poor
Salisbury. 1793.

A letter to the landlords & tenants of Hampshire: on the subject of rents.
Hampshire farmer.
[S.l.. s.n.],. 1821 . 28 p..

¬A¬ letter to the late author of The preparation for martyrdom
London. Lowndes. 1682. 43 S..

A letter to the Lay-expositor,: concerning his exposition of the orthodox system of civil rights and church power, &c. in which the merits of his system are examined and stated. ... By the author of The comment on Mr. Warburton's alliance between church and state.
Fleming, Caleb,
London. sold by J. Noon, and J. Robinson,. 1749.. [2],26p. ;.

A letter to the learned Caleb Cotesworth, M.B. ...: containing a comparison between the mortality of the natural small pox, and that given by inoculation. To which is subjoined, an account of the success of inoculation in New England...[also] concerning a like method of communicating the small pox, that has been used time out of mind in South Wales.
Jurin, James,
London, . J. and W. Innys,. 1723.. 31p..

A letter, to the legislative authority, of Connecticut.: Wherein is shewn, that the law, and practice of the colony, in regard to debt and goal, is not according to the foundation of civil law; which is compiled for public good. : [Five lines from Thomson]
Justinian.
[Hartford]. Printed [by Green and Watson],. 1770. 15, [1] p. ;.

A letter to the livery of London: relative to the views of the writer in executing the office of sheriff
Phillips, R.
London, . Printed by T. Gillet,. 1808.. 294 p. ;.

A letter to the Lord Bishop of Lichfield: on the clause relating to the clergy in the bill for allowing marriages with a deceased wife's sister or niece
Grimthorpe, Edmund Beckett, ; Lonsdale, John,
London. J. Hatchard and Son,. 1849.. 27 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to the Lord Bishop of London, in reply to Mr. Pursey's work on the causes of rationalism in Germany: comprising some observations on confessions of faith, and their advantages
Rose, Hugh James
London. Rivington [u.a.]. 1829. IV, 180 S..

A letter to the Lord Chancellor: on the claims of the Church of Scotland in regard to its jurisdiction and on the proposed changes in its polity
Hope, John,
Edinburgh. W. Whyte ;. 1839.. 14, 290, 11 p. ;.

A letter to the Lord Chancellor of England, on the administration of justice in courts of Quarter Sessions.
Chester, . Printed by T. Griffith,. 1850.. 8 p..

A letter to the lord chancellor on a defect in the law regulating the custody of lunatics.
Cooper, Charles Purton
London, . 1849..

A letter to the Lord Chancellor on the abolition of slavery.
Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham,
London, . B. Fellowes,. 1833.. 16 p..

¬A¬ letter to the lord chancellor on the claims of the church of Scotland in regard to its jurisdiction ...
HOPE, JOHN
2. ed.. London. Murray. 1839.

A letter to the Lord Chancellor, on the necessity and practicability of forming a code of the laws of England: to which is annexed the new bankrupt law : arranged in the method of Domat's Civil law, and in a style suited to the humblest capacity : proposed to be adopted as the form of the statute law of the realm
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