A letter to the Lord Chancellor on the subject of lists of commissioners and the present mode of executive fiats in bankruptcy in the country
Fisher, W. ; Cottenham, Charles Christopher Pepys,
London. J. Davy,. 1838.. 32 p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to the Lord Chancellour: exposing to him the sentiments of the people
London. 1689. 2 S..
A letter to the Lord Chancellour, exposing to him the sentiments of the people, with some pertinent advice in the conclusion
[London. s.n.,. 1689]. 1 sheet (2 p.).
A letter to the Lord Chief Justice Campbell, containing remarks upon the conduct of the prosecution and the judges: with strictures on the charge delivered to the jury, illustrative of its dangerous tendencies to the long-enjoyed rights and privileges of Englishmen
London. T. Taylor,. 1856.. 48, xxxii p. ;.
A letter to the Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench: on the intended new system of examination of attorneys-at-law before admission
London. Richards and Co.,. 1836.. 16 p. ;.
A letter to the Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench on the intended new system of examination of attorneys at law before admission.
London, . Richards,. 1836.. 16 p..
A letter to the Lord Grey of Grooby: wherein is declared a great victory obtained by the Parliaments forces neere Hinkeley, where they have slain Captain Manwaring, 12 common souldiers : taken prisoners Lieu. Grey, brother to the Lord Gre Cornet, Lieutenant Rawlings, Quartermaster Deckins, Col. Nevels trumpeter with a silver trumpet, 44 common souldiers : suprised many armes, 150 horse, 80 heads of cattle, divers packs of ammunition : whereof they have rescued 2 ministers, & 30 countrey men which the enemy had taken prisoners.
[London]. Printed for Andrew Coe ...,. 1644..  p..
¬A¬ letter to the Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain on the Expediency of the proposal to form a new civil code for England
London. Clarke. 1828. 100 S..
¬A¬ letter to the Lord High Chancellor, on the nature and causes of the late and present distress in commercial, manufacturing, and banking concerns: with proposed partial remedies
London. Printed for E. Lloyd and son. 1826. 23 p..
A letter to the Lord Lyndhurst on the house of peers in its judicial character as it was and as it is: with proofs and illustrations and some remarks on life peerages
Macqueen, John Fraser,
London. W. Maxwell,. 1856.. 24 p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to the Lord Manners, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, on alleged partial exercise of authority by His Lordship: and on the encouragement and protection given to our domestic factions ; together with a memorial addressed to the Lords of Council, on those subjects ...
O'Hanlon, Patrick ; Manners, John J.
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 2 Mikrofiches : 17x. Irish pamphlets ; 104..
A letter to the lord provost on the best ways of spoiling the beauty of Edinburgh.
Cockburn, Henry Cockburn,
Edinburgh, . A. and C. Black,. 1849.. 29 p..
¬A¬ letter to the ... Lords Commissioners of trade and plantations
2. ed. London. 1748.
A letter to the Lord Viscount Althorp, &c., &c., &c.: containing some observations on the "Extracts from the reports of the assistant poor law commissioners" : together with the outline of a plan for providing the labouring population of England and Wales with remunerative employment
Buckinghamshire magistrate. ; Spencer, John Charles Spencer,
Aylesbury. J. May,. 1834.. 42 p. ;.
A letter to the magistrates of England on the increase of crime: and an efficient remedy suggested for their consideration
Eardley-Wilmot, J. E.
London. J. Hatchard and Son,. 1827.. 28 p. ;.
A letter to the magistrates of the western division of the County of Suffolk on the preservation of game
Grafton, George Henry Fitzroy,
Bury St. Edmund's. Gedge and Barker,. . 20 p. ;.
A letter to the magistrates of Warwickshire on the increase of crime in general, but more particularly in the County of Warwick: with a few observations on the causes and remedies of the increasing evil
Eardley-Wilmot, J. E.
London. Printed for H.T. Hodgson,. 1820.. 39 p. ;.
A letter to the majority of the General Assembly of Liliput.: Before you, gentlemen, were called to a share in the legislation, the House of Assembly was considered as the grand paladium of the peoples liberty .
Freeholder of Liliput.
[New York. Printed by John Holt,. 1772]. 1 sheet ( p.).
¬A¬ letter to the Marquis of Chandos
Proprietor of West-India property by inheritance ; Buckingham and Chandos, Richard Plantagenet Temple Nugent Brydges Chandos Grenville
S.l.. Marchant, printer. 1831. 16 p..
A letter to the Marquis of Lansdown: stating some legal objections to the late proceedings in the House of Lords, with reference to the Marquis of Normanby's government in Ireland
Member of the Irish bar. ; Lansdowne, Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice,
Dublin. Milliken and Son,. 1839.. 23 p. ;.
A letter to the master and members of the Merchant Company of Edinburgh, containing an exposition of the defects of the present system of bankrupt law in Scotland, and remarks on Professor Bell's new bankrupt bill: with an appendix, containing the heads of another bill on the subject, with relative tables of costs
Edinburgh. A. and C. Black,. 1833.. 35 p. ;.
A letter to the members of Parliament who have presented petitions to the honourable House of Commons for the abolition of the slave trade
London. Sold by J. Sewell,. 1792.. 84 p. ;.
A letter to the members of the Imperial Parliament, referring to the evidence contained in the proceedings of the House of Assembly of Jamaica: and shewing the injurious and unconstitutional tendency of the proposed slave registry bill
London. Printed for J. M. Richardson,. 1816 . 24 p. ;.
A Letter to the merchant in London, to whom is directed a printed letter relating to the manufactory undertaking, dated New England, Boston February 21st 1740,1
[Boston. s.n.] Printed for the public good.,. 1741. 28 p. ;.
A letter to the merchants and tradesmen of Great Britain: particularly to those of London and Bristol; upon their late glorious behaviour and happy success, in opposing the extension of the excise-laws: with a few seasonable cautions. And something more, which it is hoped will be agreeable to every true Englishman. By Eustace Budgell, Esq
London. printed for Samuel Tuckey: and sold by W. Mears; Mrs. Nutt, Cooke and Charlton; Mrs. Dodd; and Mr. Jolliffe. 1733. Online-Ressource.
A letter to the merchants of Great Britain, or, A proper reply to the London journal of Dec. 12, 1730
London. Printed for T. Warner. 1732. Online-Ressource.
¬A¬ letter to the merchants of the Portugal committee, from a Lisbon trader: which contains an account of a late very extraordinary proceeding
London. Printed for H. Carpenter. 1754. 31 p..
A letter to the middle classes on the present disturbed state of the country: especially with reference to the Chartist meetings
London. J. Fraser,. 1839 . 14 p..
¬A¬ letter to the misrepresenter of Papists
London. Robinson u.a.. 1687. 16 S..
A letter to the National Convention of France,: on the defects in the Constitution of 1791, and the extent of the amendments which ought to be applied. : To which is added The conspiracy of kings, a poem.
Barlow, Joel, ; Barlow, Joel,
New York:. Printed by Thomas Greenleaf, for J. Fellows, no. 192, Water-Street. (According to act of Congress.),. . 87,  p. ;.
<<A>> letter to the National Convention of France on the defects in the constitution of 1791 and the extent of the amendments which ought to be applied
London . printed for J. Johnson .... 1792.  Bl., 70 S..
A letter to the North American, on occasion of his Address to the Committee of correspondence in Barbados.
Native of the island. [from old catalog]
Barbados, . Printed by G. Esmand and comp.,. 1766.. 2 p.l., 3-47 p..
¬A¬ letter to the Observator
London. Southby. 1684. 8 S..
¬A¬ letter to the people of England
¬A¬ letter to the people of England, upon the militia, continental connections, neutralities, and secret expeditions
London. printed for J. Scot. 1757.
A Letter to the people of Pennsylvania;: occasioned by the Assembly's passing that important act, for constituting the judges of the Supream Courts and Common-Pleas, during good behaviour. : [Five lines from Deuteronomy]
Philadelphia:. Printed [by William Dunlap],. in MDCCLX. . 39,  p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to the president and members of the Birmingham Anti-Corn-Law Association: on the corn and provisions laws
S.l.. [s.n.]. 1842. 20 p..
A letter to the President of the United States: touching on prosecutions, under his patronage before the Circuit Court in the District of Connecticut
Hampden. ; Jefferson, Thomas,
New-Haven [Conn.]. Printed by Oliver Steele and Co.,. 1808.. 28 p..
A letter to the President of the United States, in reply to the Attorney General's report of the resolution of the Legislature of the State of California
Doyle, John T.
[S.l.. s.n.],. 1860. . 14 p. ;.
A letter to the President of the United States, touching the prosecutions,: under his patronage, before the Circuit Court in the District of Connecticut: containing a faithful narrative of the extraordinary measures pursued, and of the incidents both serious and laughable, that occurred, during the pendency of these abortive prosecutions.
Hampden, ; Jefferson, Thomas,
New-Haven, [Conn.], . Printed by O. Steele and Co.,. 1808.. 28 p..
A letter to the prime minister on the deplorable condition of the helpless poor in Ireland, with a plan of relief ...
London, . 1828.. p. -483..
A letter to the Prince of Wales: on an application to Parliament, to discharge debts wantonly contracted since May, 1787.
Miles, William Augustus, ; George ; Owen, J.
London. Printed for J. Owen,. . xvii, 42 p. ;.
A letter to the Prince of Wales: on a second application to Parliament, to discharge debts wantonly contracted since May, 1787.
Miles, William Augustus,
London. Printed for J. Owen,. . xxiii, 83 p. ;.
A letter, to the Prince of Wales,: on a second application to Parliament, to discharge debts wantonly contracted since May, 1787. : To which is added, several letters relative to the subject. [Eleven lines of quotations]
Miles, William Augustus,
[Boston]. From the Apollo Press, in Boston [printed by Joseph Belknap], for Wiliam [sic] P. Blake, at the Boston Bookstore.,. MDCCXCV. . xv, , 17-59,  p. ;.
A letter to the Prince of Wales, in consequence of a second application to Parliament, for the payment of debts wantonly contracted since May 1787.
Miles, William Augustus, ; George
London. Printed for J. Owen ...,. . 42 p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to the Prince of Wales on a second application to Parliament, to discharge debts wantonly contracted since May, 1787
11. Ed. London. 1795.
¬A¬ letter to the proprietors and occupiers of land: on the causes of, and the remedies for, the declension of agricultural prosperity
Erskine, Thomas Erskine
London. J. Murray. 1823. 47 p..
A letter to the proprietors of East-India stock: containing a brief relation of the negotiations with government, from the year 1767, to the present time : respecting the company's acquisitions in India : together with some considerations on the principal plans for adjusting the matters in dispute, which have been discussed in the general court of proprietors.
London. B. White,. 1769.. 1 p.l., 25 p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to the proprietors of East-India stock on the subject of Lord Clive's jaghire: occasioned by His Lordship's letter on that subject
London. Printed for C. Bathurst. 1764. 53 p..
¬A¬ letter to the proprietors of East-India Stock, on the subject of Lord Clive's Jaghire; occasioned by his Lordship's letter on that subject
London. printed for Ch. Bathurst. 1764. Online-Ressource.
A letter to the Proprietors of the Great-Nine-Partners-Tract.: On the subject of Jacob Reigner & Company's patented land, to the northward of the Fish Creek, in Dutchess County; which the said proprietors have of late years included in their patent, and still claim.
New-York:. Printed and sold by J. Parker, at the new printing-office, in Beaver-Street,,. 1751. 22+,  p..
Foreign direct investment in CEECs and the former Soviet Union with special attention to Austrian FDI activities
Bard, Hunya, Gabor ; Schwarzhappe, Monika ; Wellan, Gabriele ; Stankovsky, Jan
Wien. WIIW,. 2003. 58 s..
A letter to the Protestant-dissenters in the parish of Ballykellly, in Ireland;: occasioned by their objections against their late minister. : In this letter there is an attempt, upon Scriptural and Protestant principles, to show what regard is due to human articles of faith; and also, to explain several particulars relative to the doctrines of original sin and election, &c.
Newburyport [Mass.]:. Printed by Angier March,,. MDCCXCVII. . 209,  p.
A letter to the Protestant-dissenters in the parish of Ballykelly, in Ireland;: occasioned by their objections against their late minister. : In this letter there is an attempt, upon Scriptural and Protestant principles, to show what regard is due to human articles of faith; and also, to explain several particulars relative to the doctrines of original sin and election, &c.
Newburyport [Mass.]:. Printed by Angier March,,. MDCCXCVIII. . 209,  p. ;.
A letter to the Protestant-dissenters in the parish of Ballykelly, in Ireland;: occasioned by their objections against their late minister. : In this letter there is an attempt, upon Scriptural and Protestant principles, to show what regard is due to human articles of faith; and also, to explain several particulars relative to the doctrines of original sin and election, &c. : [Ten lines of quotations]
[Salem, Mass.]. Belfast, in Ireland: printed, 1766. Salem, New-England: reprinted and sold by Samuel Hall, at his printing-office near the Exchange.,. M,DCC,LXXI. . 121,  p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to the Protestant dissenting ministers, who lately solicited parliament for further relief
¬A¬ letter to the Queen on Lord Chancellor Cranworth's marriage and divorce bill
Norton, Caroline Elizabeth Sarah
London. Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans. 1855. 155 S.. Tracts on divorce / Norton, Caroline Elizabeth Sarah ; 3.
¬A¬ letter to the reforming gentlemen
Bradford. Printed for the author. 1817. 27 p..
A letter to the registrar-general on the increase of cancer in England and its cause.
Churchill, John Francis.
London, . D. Stott. [188?]. 63 p..
A letter to the representatives of Scotland in Parliament: respecting the state of our law, and the jurisdiction and duties of the Court of Session
Edinburgh. W. Blackwood ;. 1830.. 45 p. ;.
A letter to the respectable citizens, inhabitants of the county of Orleans: together with several letters to His Excellency Governor Claiborne, and other documents relative to the extraordinary measures lately pursued in this territory
New-Orleans [La.]. Printed by Bradford & Anderson,. 1807.. xiv, 30 p. ;.
A letter to the rev. Adam Clarke ...: occasioned by some strictures in the Methodist Magazine for August 1830, on his third volume of sermons and on his comment on the first chapter of Luke 35
A letter to the Rev. C.J. Blomfield ... containing remarks on the Edinburgh review of the Cambridge Aeschylus, and incidental observations on that of the Oxford Strabo.
Shrewsbury, . W. Eddowes,. 1810.. , 78 p..
A letter to the Revd. Dr. Thomas Sheridan.: Occasioned by a sermon preach'd at St. Patrick's Church, on St. Caecilia's Day. : To which is added, the history of the life of St. Caecilia.
Dublin:. [s.n.],. Printed in the year M DCC XXXI. . 44 p. ;.
A letter to the Rev. Doctor Jones;: containing some remarks on the circular letter of the Philadelphia Baptist Association, 1791. Wrote by himself
Boston:. --Reprinted by White & Cambridge, and sold at their shop, near Charles-River Bridge.,. . 12 p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to the Rev. Dr. Richard Price, on his Observations on the nature of civil liberty, the principles of government, and the justice and policy of the war with America
T. D ; Price, Richard
London. Printed for T. Evans, and Wallis and Stonehouse. .
A letter to the Reverend Alexander Cumming;: attempting to shew him, that it is not blasphemy to say,-- No man can love God, while he looks on him as a God who will damn him. : In which are interspersed remarks upon Mr. Bellamy's late performance.
Croswell, Andrew, ; Cumming, A.
Boston:. Printed and sold by D. and J. Kneeland, opposite the prison in Queen-Street.,. 1762. 31,  p. ;.
A letter, to the reverend author of The winter-evening conversation on original sin, from one of his candid neighbours: who, having been urged, "that an honest man must be a Calvinist, or a Deist,"-- and being quite unable to extricate himself, sends to his minister for help.: [Five lines of quotations]
Boston:. Printed and sold by S. Kneeland, in Queen-Street.,. 1758. 16 p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to the Reverend Doctor Priestley. By an undergraduate
The second edition. Oxford. printed for D. Prince and J. Cooke; and sold by J. F. and C. Rivington, G. G. J. and J. Robinson, and T. Cadell, in London. 1787.
¬A¬ letter to the Reverend Doctor Pusey on the true mode of the real presence or transubstantiation
O'Connell, Timothy J. ; Pusey, Edward B.
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 2 Mikrofiches : 17x. Irish pamphlets ; 21..
¬A¬ letter to the Reverend Doctor White: containing, remarks upon certain passages in the notes subjoined to his Bampton lectures. By Philalethes. ...
London. printed and sold by I. Garner, also sold by J. Johnson, and J. Marsom. 1789. 39,p..
A letter to the Reverend Dr. Chauncy,: on account of some passages relating to the Revd. Mr. Whitefield, in his book intitled Seasonable thoughts on the state of religion in New-England.
Boston: N.E.. Printed and sold by S. Kneeland and T. Green in Queenstreet,. 1745. , 14 p. ;.
A letter to the Reverend Dr. Codex: on the subject of his modest instruction to the Crown, inserted in the Daily journal of Feb. 27th 1733. From the second volume of Burnet's History.
Arnall, William, ; Cooper, Thomas,
London. Printed for T. Cooper ...,. 1734.. , 5-36 p. ;.
A letter to the Reverend Dr. Codex [pseud.] on the subject of his modest instruction to the Crown, inserted in the Daily Journal of Feb. 27th 1733.
Arnall, William, ; Gibson, Edmund,
London, . T. Cooper,. 1734.. 36 p..
¬A¬ letter to the Reverend Dr. Hales: concerning the nature of tar, and a method of obtaining it's medical virtues, free from it's hurtful oils: whereby also the strength of each dose may be the better ascertained. By A. Reid ..
London. printed for R. Manby and H.S. Cox. 1747. 44,p..
A letter to the Reverend Dr. Henry Sacheverell. On occasion of his sermon, and late sentence pass'd on him by the Honourable House of Lords. By a Cambridge-gentleman
London. printed for John Morphew. 1710. ,14p.
A letter to the Reverend Dr. Lisle,: Prolocutor of the Lower House of Convocation, upon a refusal to receive or read a paper concerning ecclesiastical courts, clandestine marriages, etc. brought in pursuant to an Order of the House for their consideration.
Reynolds, George. ; Lisle,
London, . printed for T. Osborne;. 1742.. 68 p..
A letter to the Reverend Dr. Moss,: in behalf of the rights of the Christian Church. : Together with a poetick rhapsody.
Young Oxford scholar. ; Tindal, Matthew,
London. Printed for B. Bragg ...,. 1709.. 15,  p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to the Reverend Dr. South
London. Newton. 1693. 36 S..
¬A¬ letter to the Reverend Dr. South, upon occassion of a late book entituled, animadversions upon Dr. Sherlock's book, in vindication of the trinity
London. Newton. 1693. 36 S..
A letter to the Reverend John Martin: occasioned by his intended speech on the repeal of the Test and Corporation acts
No Reverend Dissenter.
London. Printed for J. Johnson ...,. . 32 p. ;.
Tracking a transformation: e-commerce and the terms of competition in industries
No Reverend Dissenter.
Washington, D.C.. Brookings Institution Press,. c2001.. xvi, 492 p..
A letter to the Reverend John Tucker, of Newbury,: upon his remarks on a discourse of the Reverend Jonathan Parsons, of Newbury-Port, delivered on the fifth of March, 1774, entitled Freedom from civil and ecclesiastical slavery, the purchase of Christ
Shangar, Marcus. ; Tucker, John,
America, (New-England), [Boston?]. [s.n.],. printed 1775. 17,  p. ;.
A letter, to the Reverend Joseph Bellamy, D.D. concerning qualifications for Christian communion, &c.: Occasion'd by his late answer, printed at New-Haven, to a dialogue wrote by the parishioner, which was printed at New-London.
Devotion, Ebenezer, ; Bellamy, Joseph,
New-Haven:. Printed and sold, by T. and S. Green.,. . 23,  p. ;.
A letter to the Reverend Josiah Tucker, D.D., dean of Glocester: in answer to his Humble address and earnest appeal, &c. with a postscript, in which the present war against America is shewn to be the effect, not of the causes assigned by him and others, but of a fixed plan of administration, founded in system, the landed opposed to the commercial interest of the state, being as the means in order to the end
London. Printed for J. Almon ...,. 1776.. 125,  p..
A letter to the Reverend Mr. Douglas.
London. printed for W. Owen,. 1751..
A letter to the Reverend Mr. Geo. Lewis, chaplain to the honourable the East-India-Company at Fort St. George: giving an account of the method of instruction used in the charity-schools of the church call'd Jerusalem, in Tranquebar, by the Protestant missionaries there
Ziegenbalg, Bartholomaeus, ; Gründler, Johann Ernst,
London. Printed and sold by J. Downing,. 1715. iv, 32 p. ;.
A letter to the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield,: by way of reply to his answer to the college testimony against him and his conduct.
Wigglesworth, Edward, ; Whitefield, George,
Boston, N.E.. Printed and sold by T. Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill.,. 1745. 61, , 5 p. ;.
A Letter to the Reverend Mr. Hobby,: in answer to his Vindication of the protest, against the Result of an ecclesiastical council met at Northampton &c. : [Two lines from Proverbs]
Boston:. Printed and sold by S. Kneeland opposite the prison in Queen-Street.,. 1751. , 26 p. ;.
A letter to the Reverend Mr. John Adams minister of the Gospel at Falkirk, and Mr. David Plenderleath minister of the Gospel at Dalkeith, ... Containing a supplement to the ... narrative, already published ... of the ... proceedings of the Edinburgh Presbytery ... against Mr. Webster, &c. ...
Edinburgh. printed in the year. 1750. 25,p..
A letter to the Reverend Mr. Kinloch and Mr. Keay: ... And all the other worthy members of the presbytery of Edinburgh. Containing a ... narrative of the proceedings had by that court in a late extraordinary prosecution, ..
Edinburgh. printed in the year. 1750. ,78p..
¬A¬ letter to the Reverend Mr. Thomas Carte, author of the Full Answer to the Letter from a bystander. By a gentleman of Cambridge
London. printed for Jacob Robinson. 1743. ,114p..
¬A¬ letter to the Reverend Mr. Thomas Carte, author of the Full answer to the Letter from a bystander. In which several ... facts respecting the revenues and civil government of England are elucidated, ... By a gentleman of Cambridge
The second edition. London. printed for W. Bickerton. 1744. ,114p..
A letter to the Reverend Nathaniel Whitaker, D.D.: Wherein some of his gross misrepresentations of Mr. Hart's doctrines in his dialogue, intitled, A brief examination, &c. and his false and injurious charges against him, contained in his appendix and postscript to his discourses on 2 Cor. 5. 19. lately reprinted at Salem, are detected, and justly censured. : With remarks on sundry doctrines, tending to illustrate and confirm the truth, and expose the contrary errors taught by the doctor.
Hart, William, ; Whitaker, Nathaniel,
New-London [Conn.]:. Printed and sold by T. Green.,. 1771. 63,  p. ;.
A letter to the Reverend Peter Gandolphy: in confutation of the opinion that the vital principle of the Reformation has been lately conceded to the Church of Rome : with a postscript, containing remarks on the consequences which must result from the concession of the Catholic claims
Marsh, Herbert, ; Gandolphy, Peter,
Cambridge. Printed by J. Smith,. 1813.. 24 p. ;.
A letter to the Reverend Samuel Frink, A.M. Rector of Christ-Church Parish in Georgia,: relating to some fees demanded of some of his dissenting parishioners
Zubly, John Joachim, ; Frink, Samuel,
[Savannah?. s.n.,. 1770?]. 8 p. ;.
A letter to the Reverend Samuel Hopkins, Bishop of a church in Newport; and the Reverend Moses Hemminway [i.e., Hemmenway], Bishop of a church in Wells.
Lunar hermit. ; Dewey, Israel,
[Newport, R.I.?. s.n.],. Re-printed in the year 1793. 16 p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to the Reverend Sir Harry Trelawny: ... Occasioned by his sermon, preached at Taunton, May 26, 1779, ... By Thomas Reader
London. printed for J. Buckland, J. Macgowan, and A. Hogg; and T. Vallance. 1780. Online-Ressource.
A letter to the reverend the ministers of the Baptist congregations, in Pennsylvania, and the New-Jerseys;: containing some remarks, on their answers to certain queries, proposed to them, at their annual association in Philadelphia, September 24. 1746.
Philadelphia:. Printed by W. Bradford, at the Sign of the Bible, in Second-Street.,. . 24 p. ;.
A letter to the Rev. Harry Croswell, A.M., on the subject of two publications: entitled A serious call and A sober appeal.
Goodrich, Chauncey A.
New-Haven [Conn.]. Printed by S. Converse,. 1819.. 12 p..
A letter to the Rev. J. Butler containing a review of his "Friendly letters to a lady," together with a general outline of the doctrine of the Freewill Baptists,
Limerick, . S. Curtis,. 1832.. 160 p..
A letter to the Rev. John Kelly, A.M., minister of Hampstead, N.H.: containing remarks on his pamphlet entitled Solemn and important reasons against becoming a Universalist, also, additional reasons, &c.
Wood, Jacob, ; Kelly, John,
Haverhill, Mass.. Printed by Burrill and Tileston,. 1816.. 32 p..
A letter to the Rev. Joseph Buckminster, A.M. Pastor to the Church in Rutland.: Being a reply to his Paraphrase upon Romans X. 4, and answer to Mr. Foster's sermon, at the ordination of his son at New-Braintree.
Massachusetts-Bay: Worcester,. printed by Isaiah Thomas.,. . 36 p. ;.
A letter to the Rev. Lyman Beecher: containing strictures and animadversions on a pamphlet entitled An address of the Charitable Society for the Education of Indigent Pious Young Men for the Ministry of the Gospel
Garrettson, Freeborn, ; Beecher, Lyman,
New York. J.C. Totten,. 1816.. 28 p. ;.
¬A¬ letter to the rev. Master of Trinity-College in Cambridge, editor of a new greek an latin testament
¬A¬ letter to the Rev. Mr. Horne: occasioned by his late sermon preached before the University of Oxford
London. printed: and sold by W. Flexney; by G. Keith; by T. James. 1762. 22,p..
A letter to the Rev. Mr. James Chandler, Pastor of the West Church in Rowley.: Relative, more especially, to a marginal note or two in his sermon preached at Newbury-Port, June 25. 1767. preparatory to the settling of a minister.
Tucker, John, ; Chandler, James,
Boston, New-England:. Printed and sold by Thomas & John Fleet, in Cornhill, and by Mr. Daniel Balch, in Newbury-Port,,. 1767. 27,  p. ;.
A letter to the Rev. Mr. John Wesley: relative to his pretended abridgment of Zanchius on predestination. By Augustus Toplady, A. B. Vicar of Broad Hembury, Devon; and chaplain to the Right Honorable Lord Holland
London. printed for Joseph Gurney. 1770. ,30p..
¬A¬ letter to the Rev. Mr. John Wesley, occasioned by his Calm address to the American colonies
Evans, Caleb ; Wesley, John
New ed / to which are prefixed, some observations on the Rev. Mr. Wesley's late reply. London. Printed for Edward and Charles Dilly, and J. Almon. 1775.
¬A¬ letter, to the Rev. Mr. John Wesley; on his Calm address to the American colonies: wherein is shewn, that his arguments are inconclusive; his principles arbitrary; and that his assertions are without foundation. By a lover of truth and the British constitution
Lover of Truth and the British Constitution
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. . 16p.
¬A¬ letter to the Rev. Mr. Potter. In answer to his sermon, preach'd at Reymerston in Norfolk, against the people call'd Methodists. By Cornelius Cayley, junior
Norwich. printed and sold by R. Davy, and at Mr. Gleed's, Norwich; Mr. Keith's, and Mr. Lewis's, London. Also at Mr. Green's, Bury; Mr. Hollingworth, Lynn; and Messrs. Powel and Car, Yarmouth. 1758. 31,p.
A letter to the Rev. Samuel Hopkins, Bishop of a church in Newport; and the Rev. Moses Hemminway, Bishop of a church in Wells.
Dewey, Israel, ; Hemmenway, Moses, ; Hopkins, Samuel,
[Newport, R.I.?]. Printed [by Solomon Southwick?] in the Terrestrial globe,,. 1774. 16 p. ;.
A letter to the Rev. Samuel Hopkins, occasioned by his Animadversions on Mr. Hart's late dialogue.: In which some of his misrepresentations of facts, and of other things, are corrected.
Hart, William, ; Hopkins, Samuel,
New-London [Conn.]:. Printed and sold by T. Green.,. 1770. 16 p. ;.
A letter to the Rev. [Reverend] T. R. Malthus ...: being an answer to the criticism, on Mr. Godwin's work on population, which was inserted in the LXXth number of the Edinburgh Review
Booth, David ; Malthus, Thomas R. [Adressat]
New York [u.a.]. Pergamon Pr.. 1983. 2 Mikrofiches. Library / Royal Statistical Society ; 64.
¬A¬ letter to the Rev. Vicesimus Knox on the subject of his animadversions on the university of Oxford
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A letter to the Right Hon.: Viscount Melbourne, on the present state of the appellate jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery and House of Lords.
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