A letter to the Right Hon. the Viscount Palmerston: on his bills for the disintegration of the statute law
Coode, George, ; Palmerston, Henry John Temple,
London. Ridgway,. [1861]. 11 p. ;.

A letter to the Right Hon. Viscount Melbourne,: on the present state of the Court of Chancery and appellate jurisdiction of the House of Lords.
Lynch, A. H. ; Melbourne, William Lamb,
London, . J. Ridgeway and A. Northcroft,. 1836.. 44, [100] p..

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
Sugden, Edward Burtenshaw, ; Melbourne, William Lamb,
London. J. Murray,. 1835.. 27 p. ;.

A letter to the right hon. Viscount Melbourne on the present state of the Court of Chancery: and appellate jurisdiction of the House of Lords
Lynch, A. H. ; Melbourne, Frederick James Lamb,
London. J. Ridgeway and A. Northcroft,. 1836.. 44 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to the Right Hon. William Pitt, chancellor of His Majesty's Exchequer, wherein is demonstrated, by various arithmetic calculations, the injuries that have arisen and will continue to arise to the Bank of England, to every public office, to funded property, to commerce, to agencies, and to the nation in general from the present erroneous method of calculating interest on money
Wallace, William
London. Printed for J. Stockdale. 1794. 47 p..

A letter to the Right Hon. William Pitt, on his apostasy from the cause of parliamentary reform.
London, . 1822.. p. [43]-72..

A letter to the Right Hon. William Pitt, shewing how crimes may be prevented, and the people made happy. By John Donaldson, Esq
Donaldson, John
London. printed for the author, and sold by T. Cadell, jun. and W. Davies, (successors to Mr. Cadell). 1796.

¬A¬ letter to the Right Hororable William Pitt
Drennan, William ; Pitt, William
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 2 Mikrofiches : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 1113. 1114..

¬A¬ Letter to the Right Reverend Author of The Divine Legation of Moses Demonstrated, in Answer to the Appendix to the Fifth Volume of that Work: With an Appendix containing a former Literary Correspondence
Oxford. Clarendon. 1765. 139 S..

¬A¬ letter to the Right Reverend Edward Ld Bishop of Worcester
Locke, John
London. Churchill u. a.. 1697. 232 S..

¬A¬ letter to the right reverend Edward L[or]d Bishop of Worcester, concerning some passages relating to Mr. Locke`s essay of humane understanding: in a late discourse of his lordships in vindication of the trinity
Locke, John
London. Churchill. 1697. Getr. Zählung.

A letter to the Right Reverend Father in God, John, Lord Bishop of Landaff;: occasioned by some passages in His Lordship's sermon, on the 20th of February, 1767, in which the American colonies are loaded with great and undeserved reproach.
Livingston, William,
Boston:. Re-printed and sold by Kneeland and Adams, next to the Treasurer's Office, in Milk-Street.,. MDCCLXVIII. [1768]. 26, [2] p. ;.

A letter to the Right Reverend Father in God, John, Lord Bishop of Landaff;: occasioned by some passages in His Lordship's sermon, on the 20th of February, 1767, in which the American colonies are loaded with great and undeserved reproach.
Livingston, William,
New-York:. Printed for the author; and to be sold by Garrat Noel, near the coffee-house.,. MDCCLXVIII. [1768]. [4], 25, [1] p. ;.

A letter to the Right Reverend Father in God the Lord-B-----p of L------n.: Occasioned by a letter of His Lordship's to the L--ds of Trade, on the subject of the act of Assembly passed in the year 1758, intituled, An act to enable the inhabitants of this colony to discharge their publick dues, &c. in money for the ensuing year, from Virginia
Carter, Landon,
[Williamsburg, Va.. Printed by William Hunter,. 1759?]. [2], 56 p. ;.

A letter to the Right Reverend the Lord bishop of London: on the law of marriage within the prohibited degrees of affinity : with his Lordship's speech on the presentation of petitions to the House of Lords by Lord Wharncliffe ... and a letter from the late Sir William Jones
Reynolds, H. R. ; Blomfield, Charles James, ; Jones, William,
London. Hatchard,. 1841.. 71 p. ;.

A letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Oxford: occasion'd by a book lately publish'd, entitled, The Christian plan exhibited in the interpretation of Elohim by Walter Hodges, D.D. Provost of Oriel College, wherein is shewn that the Provost's plan of Christianity is inconsistent with, and contradictory to the doctrine of the New Testament ; to which is added A letter to the Reverend Mr. John Jortin in vindication of the late Dr. Middleton from the charge of infidelity.
Moseley, Richard,
London. Printed for W. Owen ...,. 1752.. 32 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to the Right Rev. Father in God, Richard, Lord Bishop of Oxford, on the tendency to Romanism imputed to doctrines held of old, as now, in the English church: with a preface on the doctrine of justification
Pusey, Edward B.
4. ed.. Oxford. Parker [u.a.]. 1840. LIX, 239, 217 S..

¬A¬ letter to the right worshipful T. S.
London. 1675.

A letter to the Right Worshipful William Wynne, L.L.D: Chancellor of the Diocese of London. Containing, observations on the facts alledged, the evidence produced, and the sentence pronounced by him, ... on the sixth of December, 1779, in a cause in which Dr. Hind, the late rector of St. Anne, Westminster, was the promoter, and his curate the respondent. By the Rev. Thomas Martyn
Martyn, Thomas
London. printed for J. Almon, and J. Bew. 1780. [2],51,[1]p.

¬A¬ letter to the Roman Catholics of Dublin
Moore, Thomas
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 17x. Irish pamphlets ; 86..

[A letter to the Roman Catholics of the city of Worcester, from the late Chaplain of that society.: Stating the motives which induced him to relinquish their communion, and become a member of the Protestant Church.]
Wharton, Charles Henry,
[Annapolis. Printed by Frederick Green,. 1784]. 56 p.

¬A¬ letter to the r.r. father in god, Richard, lord bish. of Oxford, on the tendency to Romanism imputed to doctrines held of old, as now in the English church: with a preface on the doctrine of justification
Pusey, E. B.
4th ed. Oxford. 1840.

A letter to the R.R. the Archbishops and Bishops of England; pointing out the only sure means of preserving the Church from the dangers that now threaten her. By an upper-graduate
Geddes, Alexander
London. printed for J. Johnson. 1790. [2],25,[1]p..

A letter to the Rt.: Hon.
Webster, Edward. [from old catalog] ; Melbourne, William Lamb,
London, . S. Sweet,. 1836.. 29 p..

¬A¬ letter to the Rt Hon. Edmund Burke: in reply to his appeal from the new to the old Whigs
Rous, George ; Burke, Edmund
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 1357..

A letter to the Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke, in reply to the insinuations in the ninth report of the Select Committee, whichoks
Scott,
[1973, c1972]. 127 p..

A letter to the Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke, on the subject of his late charges against the governor-general of Bengal.
Halhed, Nathaniel Brassey,
London. J. Johnson,. 1783.. 77 p. ;.

A letter to the Rt. Hon. Lord Penzance, Dean of the Court of Arches, on his judgment in the case of Combe v. Edwards
Cockburn, Alexander James Edmund, ; Penzance, James Plaisted Wilde,
London. Vacher & Sons,. 1878.. 64 p. ;.

A letter to the Rt. Hon. Sir James Eyre, Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, on the subject of the cause, Boulton & Watt v. Hornblower & Maberly, for infringement on Mr. Watt's patent for an improvement on the steam engine
Bramah, Joseph, ; Eyre, James,
London. Printed for J. Stockdale,. 1797. 90 p.

¬A¬ letter to the Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Peel, Bart., M.P: containing an answer to Mr. Samuel Jones Loyd's proposition for the suppression of the country banks of issue, and for the establishment of "one general bank of issue"
Brodie, William Bird ; Peel, Robert
3rd ed / with notes appended. London. Simpkin, Marshall, and Co. 1840. 24 p..

A letter to the Rt. Hon. Thomas Conolly, secretary to the Whig Club
Conolly, Thomas
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 458..

A letter to the secretary of a certain board, to which no answer has been returned, being a proper supplement to the Original papers relating to the expedition to Carthagena, Cuba, and Panama.
Vernon, Edward,
London, . For M. Cooper,. 1744.. 2 p.l., 17 (i.e. 19) p..

A letter to the Secretary of State for the Home Department: upon the unjust and pettifogging conduct of the Metropolitan Commissioners on Lunacy, in the case of a gentleman, lately under their surveillance
Perceval, John,
London. E. Wilson,. 1844.. 72 p..

A letter to the Senate and House of representatives of the United States upon the expediency of an uniform system of bankruptcy ...
Boston, . 1821.. 31 p..

¬A¬ Letter To The Seven Lords Of The Committee, Appointed to Examine Gregg
Oldmixon, John
London. Baker. 1711. 24 S. ; 4-o [i.e. 8-o].

¬A¬ letter to the Sheriffs of Bristol: a speech at Bristol on parliamentary conduct ; a letter to a noble lord
Burke, Edmund
Repr. of 1920 ed.. New York. AMS Pr.. circa 1976.
ISBN 0-404-15344-5

A letter to the sheriffs of Bristol
Burke, Edmund, ; Moffatt, James Hugh,
Philadelphia, New York, . Hinds, Noble & Eldridge. [1904]. xxxvii p., 1 l., 85 p..

A letter to the sheriffs of Bristol;: a speech at Bristol on parliamentary conduct; a letter to a noble lord;
Burke, Edmund, ; Murison, William,
Cambridge [Eng.] . The University Press,. 1920.. xxix, 312 p..

A letter to the shop-keepers, tradesmen, farmers, and common-people of Ireland: concerning the brass half-pence coined by Mr. Woods, with a design to have them pass in this Kingdom. ... By M. B. drapier
Swift, Jonathan
Dublin. printed by J. Harding. 1724. 16p..

A letter to the shop-keepers, tradesmen, farmers, and common-people of Ireland, concerning the brass half-pence coined by Mr. Woods, with a design to have them pass in this kingdom.: Wherein is shewn the power of the said patent, the value of the half-pence and how far every person may be oblig'd to take the same in payments, and how to behave in case such an attempt shou'd be made by Woods or any other person. <Very proper to be kept in every family.>
Swift, Jonathan,
Dublin. Printed by J. Harding ...,. [1724]. 16 p..

A letter to the Society of booksellers, on the method of forming a true judgment of the manuscripts of authors;
London, . Printed for J. Millan,. 1738.. 52 p..

A letter to the solicitor general on the seizure of papers
Wilcocke, Samuel H. ; Marshall, Charles
Ottawa. CIHM. 1985. 1 Mikrofiche. CIHM ICMH microfiche series.
ISBN 0-665-43118-X

A letter to the solicitor general upon the bill to simplify and improve the proceedings in the high court of chancery in Ireland.: 11.ed.
Cooper, Charles Purton
London, . 1850..

A Letter to the Stars =: biefe in den himmel.
Weiss, Ruth,
Vienna. Lernen aus der Zeitgeschichte,. c2003..

¬A¬ letter to the stars: Schüler schreiben Geschichte
Worm, Alfred
Wien. Verl. Lernen aus d. Zeitgeschichte. 2003. 272 S..
ISBN 3-9501836-9-8 kart. : EUR 19,90 + Nachnahme u. Porto

¬A¬ letter to the stars: Holocaust die Überlebenden ; [Schüler schreiben Geschichte]
Kuba, Andreas ¬[Red.]¬
Wien. Jugend u. Volk. 2005. 320 S..
ISBN 3-9501836-0-4 kart. : EUR 19,90 + Versandkosten

A letter to the tenantry of Ireland: containing an exposition of the rackrent system : and pointing out a valuation and perpetuity as its only effectual remedy
Conner, William.
Dublin. James B. Gilpin,. 1850.. 24 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to the tenantry of Ireland, containing an exposition of the rackrent system and pointing out a valuation and perpetuity as its only effectual remedy
Conner, William
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 780..

A letter to the treasurer of the Hon. Society of the Middle Temple on the present management of that inn.
London. [s.n.],. 21 p..

¬A¬ letter to the unknown author of Ius populi
S.l.. 1671. 45 S..

¬A¬ Letter to the unknown author of Jus populi
S.l.. [s.n.]. Printed in the year, 1671. 45 p..

A letter to the Very Rev. Dean Ramsay,: in reference to the primary charge of Bishop Forbes, and a declaration by Bishops Terrot, Ewing and Trower.
Drummond, D. T. K.
Edinburgh, . W.P. Kennedy,. 1858.. 10 p..

A letter to the vice-chanceller of England upon his resolution to abolish the practice of adjourning his court by reason of the absence of leading counsel.: 18.ed.
Cooper, Charles Purton
London, . 1850..

A letter to the vice-chancellor of England upon his resolution to abolish the practice of adjourning his court by reason of the absence of leading counsel.
Cooper, Charles Purton,
London, . V. & R. Stevens & G. S. Norton,. 1850.. iv, [5]-23, [1] p..

A letter to the vice-president of the Board of Trade: on protection to original designs and patterns, printed upon woven fabrics
Thomson, James
S.l.. s.n. [1840]. Online-Ressource.

A letter to the Wesleyan Conference, appointed to be held in Bristol, on Wednesday, July 29th, 1846: in which are considered the claims of the temperance reformation, on the Wesleyan Methodist connexion, and its bearings on the conversion of the world
Walker, Eli
Hull. Sold by the author. 1846. 64 p..

A letter to Thomas Baring ... on the effects of the Californian and Australian gold discoveries.
Scheer, Frederick.
Lond. . 1852.

¬A¬ Letter to Thomas Chubb occasioned by his late Book, intitled the True Gospel of Jesus Christ asserted
P., R. ¬[Vorlageform]¬
London. 1739.

A letter to Thomas Clarkson
Cropper, James, ; Clarkson, Thomas, ; Stuart, Charles,
[S.l.. s.n.],. 1832 . 24 p. ;.

A letter to Thomas Clarkson
Cropper, James, ; Stuart, Charles,
New York. [s.n.],. 1833. 15 p. ;.

A letter to Thomas G. B. Estcourt, Esq., M.P.,
Phippen, Thomas. [from old catalog]
London, . Printed by Mills, Jowett, and Mills,. 1827.. 37 p..

A Letter to Thomas G.B. Estcourt, Esq., M.P. for the University of Oxford: upon the bill now pending in Parliament, "To regulate the granting of licences to keepers of inns, alehouses, and victualling houses in England"
[S.l.. s.n.],. 1827 . 37 p. ;.

A letter to Thomas G.B. Estcourt, Esq., M.P., for the University of Oxford upon the bill now pending in Parliament to regulate the granting of licences to keepers of inns, alehouses, and victualling houses in England,
Phippen, Thomas. [from old catalog]
London, . Printed by Mills, Jowett, and Mills,. 1827.. 37 p..

A letter to Thomas Paine: in answer to his scurrilous epistle addressed to our late worthy President Washington, and containing comments and observations on his life, political and deistical writings, &c. &c. : intended as an alarm to the good people of these states, from being led astray by the sophistical reasonings of Mr. Paine
American citizen, in whose heart the amor patriae holds the highest place.
New-York. Printed for the author by John Bull ...,. 1797.. [2], 24 p. ;.

A letter to Thomas Pemberton, Esq., M.P.: on the privileges of the House of Commons, now in controversy
Hill, Matthew Davenport,
London. C. Knight,. 1838.. 78 p ;.

¬A¬ letter to Thomas Randolph, a doctor of Oxford; occasioned by his discourse intitled Party-zeal censured. By Ephraim Harman, one of the people called Quakers
Harman, Ephraim
London. printed for W. Owen. 1752.

A letter to Thomas Sherlock Gooch, Esq. M.P.: upon the present ruinous system of relieving unemployed men with money instead of providing them with work
Collett, Anthony. ; Gooch, Thomas Sherlock.
Halesworth. Printed and sold by T. Tippell ;. 1824.. vi, 65, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to Thomas Sherlock Gooch, Esq. M.P., upon the present ruinous system of relieving umemployed men with money instead of providing them with work: detailing a legislative plan for the employment of the poor
Collett, Anthony ; Gooch, Thomas Sherlock
2nd ed., with considerable add. and alt. Halesworth. Printed and sold by T. Tippell. 1824.

A letter to Thomas Thompson, Esq. on the propriety of equalizing the poor rates at Hull: by assessing the shipping belonging to the port to the relief of the poor
Frost, Charles, ; Thompson, Thomas,
[S.l.. s.n.],. 1820 . 59 p. ;.

A letter to Thomas Tooke, Esq.: in reply to his objections against the separation of the business of the bank into a department of issue, and a department of deposit and discount : with a plan of bank reform
Torrens, R. ; Tooke, Thomas,
London. Longman, Hurst, Orme, and Brown,. 1840 . 48 p..

¬A¬ letter to Thomas Trotter, M.D: occasioned by his proposal for destroying the fire and choak damps of coal mines
Dewar, Henry ; Trotter, Thomas
Manchester, [Greater Manchester]. Printed by C. Wheller and Son, for J. Murray. [1806]. 53 p..

A Letter to those ladies whose husbands possess a seat in either house of Parliament
London. Printed for J. Almon,. 1775.. 11 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter to those millowners who continue to oppose the Ten hours bill, ...
OASTLER, RICHARD
Manchester. 1836.

¬A¬ letter to Thos Fowell Buxton, Esq. M.P., in refutation of his allegations respecting the decrease of the slaves in the British West India colonies
M'Donnell, Alexander ; Buxton, Thomas Fowell
London. E. Wilson. 1833. 80 p..

¬A¬ letter to three wives: [DVD Video]
Mankiewicz, Joseph L. ¬[Regie]¬ ; Siegel, Sol C. ¬[Prod.]¬ ; Klempner, John ¬[Drehbuch]¬ ; Caspary, Vera ¬[Drehbuch]¬ ; Miller, Arthur C. ¬[Kamera]¬ ; Douglas, Kirk ¬[Darst.]¬ ; Darnell, Linda ¬[Darst.]¬ ; Sothern, Ann ¬[Darst.]¬ ; Newman, Alfred ¬[Komp.]¬
[S.l.]. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. 2005. 1 DVD (ca. 98 Min.) : s/w. Optimum classic.

[A Letter to three wives] [Sound recording]
Darnell, Linda. [from old catalog] ; Douglas, Paul,
[n.p.] . American Forces Radio and Television Service RU 51-5, 3B. [1976]. p. cm..

A letter to Timothy Pickering, Esq. secretary of state,: from the Chevalier de Yrujo, minister plenipotentiary of His Catholic Majesty, &c. &c. Dated July 11, 1797
Casa Yrujo, Carlos Martínez de Yrujo y Tacón, ; Pickering, Timothy,
[Philadelphia?. s.n.,. 1797]. 15, [1] p. ;.

Naturrecht und allgemeines Staatsrecht in den Anfangsgründen: Containing some farther remarks on the virtues of tar-water, and the methods for preparing and using of it. To which is added, an answer to a supposed physician's letter to the ... bishop of Cloyne, occasioned by his Lordship's treatise on the virtues of tar-water
Berkeley, George ; Tönnies, Ferdinand
Darmstadt . Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft. 1983. X, 211 S..

A letter to ungospellized plantations;: briefly representing the excellency & necessity, of a peoples enjoying the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ among them. : Composed at the desire, and sent by the care, and in the name, of certain gentlemen, merchants, and others, of Boston, after their disbursements, to procure an offer of the glorious Gospel, unto the plantations (too willingly) destitute of an evangelical ministry. : [Three lines from Matthew]
Mather, Cotton,
Boston:. Printed [by B. Green, & J. Allen],. in the year, 1702. 16 p. ;.

A letter to Vice-Chancellor Sir W. Page Wood: in vindication of the ancient interpretation of Leviticus XVIII. 18
McCaul, Alexander, ; Hatherley, William Page Wood,
London. Wertheim, Macintosh, and Hunt,. 1860.. 86 p. ;.

A letter to Viscount Palmerston, K. G., prime minister of England, on American slavery
Wikoff, Henry,
New York, . Ross & Tousey,. 1861. 84 p..

A letter to William Courtenay, Esq., on the subject of the Chancery Commission
Merivale, John Herman, ; Devon, William Courtenay,
London. J. Murray,. 1827.. 187 p. ;.

A letter to William Garrow, Esq.: in which the conduct of counsel in the cross-examination of witnesses, and commenting on their testimony, is fully discussed, and the licentiousness of the bar exposed
Hague, Thomas. ; Garrow, William,
London. J. Parsons,. [1808]. 60 p. ;.

A letter to William Morris
Humphreys, Arthur Lee, ; Morris, William,
Toronto. Aliquando Press,. 1979.. [20] p. ;.

A letter to William Morris.
Humphreys, Arthur Lee, ; Morris, William,
[New York, N.Y.. s.n.,. 1985]. [4] p. ;.

A letter to William Roscoe, esq.,
New-York, . Reprinted by D. & G. Bruce, for E. Sargeant, 39 Wall-street, opposite the Branch bank.. 1808.. 64 p..

¬A¬ letter to William Smith, Esq., in answer to his address to the people of Ireland: in which his assertion of an absolute despotic power being acknowledged by our constitution is particularly examined
Smith, William C.
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 2 Mikrofiches : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 1159..

¬A¬ letter to William Wilberforce, containing remarks on the reports of the Sierra Leone company and African institution: with hints respecting the means by which an universal abolition of the slave trade might be carried into effect
Thorpe, Robert
The 4. ed. with an additional preface. London. Rivington. 1815. LXXVI, 84 S..

A letter to William Wilberforce, Esq. M.P., on the subject of slave emancipation
Eye Witness.
London. C. and J. Rivington,. 1824.. 22 p..

A letter to William Wilberforce, Esq. M.P. relative to the second bill introduced by him to the House of Commons, and ordered to be printed on 19th February, 1810, for registering charitable donations, & c
Highmore, Anthony, ; Wilberforce, William,
[London]. Printed at the desire of the Committees of Governors of the small pox hospitals and City of London lying-in hospitals ... printed by R. Wilks,. 1810.. 27, [1] p. ;.

A Letter to Wm. Wilberforce, Esq. M.P., and those who acted with him most zealously for the abolition of the slave trade
London. Printed and sold by W. Phillips,. 1803.. 15 p..

¬A¬ letter to W. Tighe, Esq. upon the subject of absentees. By N. Gay, Esq
Gay, Nicholas
The second edition. Dublin. printed by T.T. Faulkner. 1781. 23,[1]p.

¬A¬ letter to young ladies on marriage, from E. H. B. Esq., to his ward, Miss S. L. L.: containing a bachelor's advice on matrimony ; together with a table showing, at a glance, a woman's chances of marriage, for every year of her life
[Boston]. [Tuttle u.a.. 1837. 14 S..

A letter, treating upon the subject and mode of baptism.: Wrote to a friend.
Frothingham, Ebenezer,
Hartford:. Printed by T. Green, at the Heart and Crown, opposite the Court-House.,. [1768?]. vi, [1], 8-39, [1] p. ;.

A letter vvritten out of England to an English gentleman remaining at Padua: containing a true report of a strange conspiracie, contriued betweene Edward Squire, lately executed for the same treason as actor, and Richard Walpoole, a Iesuite, as deuiser and suborner against the person of the Queenes Maiestie.
Bacon, Francis, ; Barker, Christopher,
Imprinted at London. By the deputies of Christopher Barker ...,. 1599.. [2], 13, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ letter whearin part of the entertainment untoo the Queen at Killingwoorth Castl, is signifed
Laneham, Robert
[London]. [1575].

¬A¬ letter, whearin, part of the entertainment untoo the Queenz majestie, at Killingwoorth Castle, iz signified
Laneham, Robert
[London]. [1575]. 88 S..

¬A¬ letter wherein is shewed, first, what worship
Dorchester. Churchill. 1680.

A letter; wherein, part of the entertainment untoo the Queenz Maiesty, at Killingwoorth Castle...iz signified <1575>
Laneham, Robert
London , . 1974.

¬A¬ letter with a narrative, written to the right Hon:ble Thomas Allen Lord Major of London, &e. [sic] concerning a strange sight that appeared over this city of London, in the yeare 1642. when the King was driven from his Parliament, dated as followeth
Butter, Nathaniel
London. printed for Nath. Butter, residing in Cursitors Alley. 1659. 1 sheet([1] p.).

¬A¬ letter witten by a true Christian Catholike to a Romaine pretended Catholike
London. Windit. 1586. 88 S..

A letter writ by Mijn Hear Fagel, pensioner of Holland, to Mr. James Stewart, advocate;: giving an account of the Prince and Princess of Orange's thoughts concerning the repeal of the test, and the penal laws.
Fagel, Gaspar, ; Stewart, James,
London, . 1688.. 8 p..

A letter writ by Mijn Heer Fagel, pensioner of Holland, to James Stewart, advocate: giving an account of the Prince and Princess of Orange's thoughts concerning the repeal of the Test, and the penal laws
Fagel, Gaspar,
Amsterdam. [s.n.],. 1688. 8 p.

A letter writ by Mijn Heer Fagel, pensioner of Holland, to Mr. James Stewart, advocate: giving an account of the Prince and Princess of Orange's thoughts concerning the repeal of the test and the penal laws.
Fagel, Gaspar, ; Burnet, Gilbert, ; Stewart, James,
Amsterdam. [s.n.],. printed in the year 1688.. 8 p. ;.

A letter writ by Mijn Heer Fagel, pensioner to ... the states of Holland and Westfriesland, writ in French on the 9th of April, n. stile, 1688, to the Marquiss of Albeville, envoy extraordinary of His Majesty of Great Brittain ...: to which is prefixt an account in Dutch of the letter writ by Mijn Heer Fagel on the 4th of November in the year 1687 to Mr. Stewart ...
Fagel, Gaspar,
[S.l.. s.n.,. 1688?]. 4 p. ;.

A letter writ by Segdirboeg, in answer to five written by Mr. Samuel Webber, upon the decay of the woolen manufactories in Great Britain and Ireland: also to his scheme to prevent that iniquitious traffick for the future, by an universal registry ... : to which is prefix'd, An abstract of the new act made against the illicite exportation of wool ... : also Segdirboeg's challenge.
Bridges, George, ; Bridges, George,
London. Printed, and sold by R. Viney ...,. 1739.. 20 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter written by a French Gent: concerning the Emperour Ferdinand his embassage into France
London. Flushing. 1620.

¬A¬ letter written by a French gentleman to his friend at Rome on the treaty between the queen mother of France and the king of Navarre
London. [Aggas]. 1587. 32 S..

¬A¬ letter written by a Iesuite to the Queens Majestie
London. Watkins. [1642].

A letter written by a Iesvite to the Qveens Majestie March XXII: wherein he useth divers subtle insinuations to Her Majesty for the Kings Majesties repealing and recalling of the lawes and proclamations against the Iesuits, priests and resants : with a brief consideration of the reasons,intimated in the letter and a just confutation of them.
M. C.
London. Printed for Iohn Watkins,. [1642]. [8] p..

¬A¬ letter written by a learned and reverent divine to William Land, now L. Bishop of Canterbury: concerning his inclination to Popery
o. O..

¬A¬ letter written by the French king to the Cardinall Richieleu: occasioned upon a letter ... from Pope Vrban the 8, intimating the miserable condition the Catholicks (both in England and Ireland) are like to come into, and upon some late proceedings of the Parliament in England
Louis <XIII> ; Richelieu, Armand Jean ¬du Plessis¬
London. Printed for Nath. Butter. March 18, 1642.

A Letter written by the Governour of Algiers to the States-General of the United Provinces of the Low-Countreys, &c.: in relation to the signing the peace concluded between them.
Mudhammad,
London. Printed for Thomas Burrel ...,. 1679.. [2] 2 p..

A letter written by the king of Nauarr, to the three estates of Fraunce
G. R ; Henry «IV»
Stuttgart. Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt. 1973. 297 S. : 1 Ill..
ISBN 3-421-01629-1

A letter, written by the Rev. Stuart Williamson to Mr. Francis Hindeman, on the law of evidence in ecclesiastical courts
Williamson, Stuart. ; Hindeman, Francis.
[Boston?. s.n.,. 1811]. 17 p. ;.

A letter written from Dover to the Commissioners for the Customs, London, May 26, relating certain passages of His Majesties arrival and reception there
Price, John,
London. Printed for Thomas Johnson,. 1660. 7, [1] p.

¬A¬ letter written from Paris: 1612
Duperron, Jacques Davy ; Owen, Thomas ¬[Übers.]¬
[Nachdr. der Ausg. St. Omer : English College Press], 1612. Menston. Scolar Press. 1971. 51, 172, 70 S.. English recusant literature ; 72.

A letter written from the right honorable the Earle of Bedford to a lord of the House of Peers, of all the remarkable passages about Sherborn Castle: being a full relation of the great overthrow given to the cavalleers within a mile of Eivill : with the resolution of the Earle of Bedford to die in the cause.
Bedford, William Russell,
London. Printed for Hugh Perry,. Septemb. 15, 1642.. [7] p..

A letter written from the Tower by Mr. Stephen Colledge (the Protestant-joyner) to Dick Janeways wife
Colledge, Stephen,
London. Printed for R.J.,. 1681.. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

¬A¬ letter written out of the countrey to a person of quality
Howe, John
London. 1680.

¬A¬ letter written out of the country to Mr. John Pym
[Oxford]. Webb. 1642 - 1643.

¬A¬ letter written to a friend, a member in the House of Commons
London. Crooke. 1661. 8 S..

A letter written to Dr. Burnet, giving an account of Cardinal Pool's secret powers:: from which it appears, that it was never intended to confirm the alienation that was made of the abbey-lands. To which are added, two breves that Card. Pool brought over, and some other of his letters, that were never before printed.
Coventry, William, ; Pole, Reginald, ; Burnet, Gilbert,
London,. Printed for Richard Baldwin ...,. 1685.. 40 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter written to the governours of the East Indian marchants in London
Nachdr. d. Ausg. London 1603. Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1973. 9 S. : Ill.. The English experience. ; 506..
ISBN 90-221-0506-7

¬A¬ letter written to the governours of the East Indian merchants
London. Thorpe. 1603.

¬A¬ letter written to the right worshipfull the Governours and assistants of the East Indian marchants in London ...
[Nachdr. d. Ausg. London, 1603]. Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum u.a.. 1973.

A Letter written to the right worshipfvll the governovrs and assistants of the East Indian marchants in London: containing the estate of the East Indian fleete, with the names of the chiefe men of note dead in the voyage. London, Imprinted for T. Thorppe, and are to be sould by W. Aspley, 1603.
[Amsterdam, . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum;. 1973]. 9 p..

¬A¬ letter writ[ten to] the L. Viscount Anan dec[laring the] nature of the late [clemency] to the lay-recus[ants in] England
Murray, John
[London?]. 1622. 9 S..