An address read before the worshipful master, warden and brethren of Somerset Lodge,: on the festival of St. John the Evangelist, in the year of light, 5799.
Ellis, Benjamin.
Norwich [Conn.]:. Printed by Br. J. Trumbull,,. 1800. 20 p.

An address relating to the African Company, to be presented to the Queen's Most Excellent majesty: ...against an exclusive trade to Africa.
[London? . 1771].

An Address to a certain clergyman, on the subject of a late publication against the Methodists.: [Two lines from I. John]
York [Pa.]:. Printed by Edies and Willcocks.,. [1790]. 8 p.

¬An¬ Address to Alcohol: a poem for the times
Wright, Joseph W.
London. [1915].

¬An¬ address to an assembly of the friends of American manufactures, convened for the purpose of establishing a society for the encouragement of manufactures and the useful arts: read in the University of Pennsylvania, on Thursday the 9th of August 1787, by Tench Coxe, Esq. and published at their request
Coxe, Tench
Philadelphia. Printed by R. Aitken & Son, at Pope's Head in Market Street. [M.DCC.LXXXVII. [1787]. 30 p..

An address to a provincial bashaw.: [One line from Shakespeare]
Church, Benjamin,
[Boston?. s.n.],. Printed in (the tyrannic administration of St. Francisco) 1769. 8 p. ;.

An address to a shell.
Grimes, E. P. [from old catalog]
[Washington? . 1864?]. p. cm..

¬An¬ address to astronomical observers, relative to the improvement and extension of the Astronomical Society's Catalogue of 2881 principal stars
Baily, Francis
[London]. [1837].

An Address to a youth at school.
New-York. New-York Protestant Episcopal Tract Society,. [1830] . 8 p. ;.

¬An¬ address to bankers, merchants, tradesmen, &c. intended as an introduction to a new system of book-keeping: in which it is impossible for an error of the most trifling amount to be passed unnoticed
Jones, Edward Thomas
Bristol. [Printed and sold by R. Edwards [etc.]. 1795.

¬An¬ address to British females of every rank and station, on the employment of climbing boys in sweeping chimneys
Roberts, Samuel
Reprint [der Ausg.] Sheffield, 1834. 1972.

An address to Christian churches
Child, A. B.
Boston. Bela Marsh,. 1856.. 27 p. ;.

An Address to Christians, recommending the distribution of cheap religious tracts: with an extract from a sermon before the yearly meeting of the charity schools, London
Porteus, Beilby,
Charlestown [Mass.]. Printed and sold by Samuel Etheridge,. 1802. 24 p. ;.

An Address to Christians, recommending the distribution of cheap religious tracts: with an extract from a sermon by Bishop Porteus, before the yearly meeting of the charity schools in London.
Porteus, Beilby,
Boston. Printed and sold by Lincoln & Edmands,. 1809.. 24 p..

An address to Christian teachers on the importance and means of an increase in the number of Gospel ministers.
Alexander, James W.
[S.l.]. Presbyterian Board of Education,. [1840?]. 20 p. ;.

An address to farmers on the following interesting subjects ...: to which is added, an appendix ...
Dabney, John,
Salem. Printed at Newburyport, by Blunt and March, for John Dabney,. 1796.. [2], 64 p. ;.

An Address to farmers on the following interesting subjects: 1. The character of a complete farmer. 2. The importance of manure. 3. Labor. 4. Exchanging work. 5. The profits of a nursery. 6. The advantages of an orchard. 7. The management of cyder. 8. Keeping a day-book. 9. Contracting debts. 10. Cloathing and diet. 11. Engaging in law suits. 12. Good neighbourhood. 13. Education. : To which is added an appendix, containing the most approved methods for the management and improvement of tillage, mowing and pasture lands; and for the practice of the art of husbandry in general.
Dabney, John,
Printed at Newburyport [Mass.],. by Blunt and March, for John Dabney, Salem--,. 1796. 64 p. ;.

An Address to Her Royal Highness Dutchess of York against the use of sugar
Frederica Charlotte Ulrica Catherina,
[S.l.. s.n.],. 1792.. 22 p..

An address to Her Royal Highness the Dutchess of York, against the use of sugar.
Frederica Charlotte Ulrica Catherina,
[London] . 1792.. 22 p..

An address to Her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte, on her marriage:
London, . 1816.. p. cm..

An address to Hibernia
Freeman, Patriot
Dublin. written and printed in the year,. 1761..

¬An¬ address to His Majesty, from the Common Council ... of New Sarum
London. Davis. 1681. 2 S..

An address to His Majesty, on his late providential escape from the horrid attack of an assassin, at Drury-Lane Theatre, May 15th, 1800. Written the end of May, 1800
Sudley
Windsor . printed by C. Knight. 1800.

An address to its own members and to the members of our society elsewhere: issued by the yearly meeting of Friends of Philadelphia, fourth month 18th, 1883.
Philadelphia. Friends' Book Store,. 1883.. 35 p. ;.

An address to landlords on the advantages to be expected from the general establishment of a spade tenantry from among the labouring classes.
Henslow, J. S.
Hadleigh [etc.] . H. Hardacre,. 1845.. 36 p..

An Address to Major-General Tryon,: written in consequence of his late expedition into Connecticut ...
Juvenis, ; Bostwick, Samuel,
[Hartford?] . Printed 1779.. 15 p..

An address to Major-General Tryon, written in consequence of his late expedition into Connecticut...
Juvenis, ; Bostwick, S., [from old catalog]
[Tarrytown, N.Y., . Reprinted, W. Abbatt,. 1923]. p. cm..

An address to married women upon sterrility [!] or barrenness and miscarriage
Cunningham, O. S
[Pittsburg, . W. V. Dermitt,. 1877]. 8 p..

An address to masters of vessels on the objects of the Boston Society for the Moral and Religious Improvement of Seamen
Boston. Printed by John Eliot, Jun.,. 1812. 12 p. ;.

An address to members of the American legislature and of the medical profession,: from the British, continental, and general federation for the abolition of state regulation of prostitution, and the National Medical Association (Great Britain and Ireland) for the abolition of state regulation of prostitution, on recent proposals to introduce the system of regulating or licensing prostitution into the United States, with the history and results of such legislation on the continent of Europe and in England ...
Nevins, J. Birkbeck
London. F.C. Banks; [etc. etc.],. 1877.. iv, [5]-98 p..

An address to men of science, calling upon them to stand forward and vindicate the truth from the foul grasp and persecution of superstition: and obtain for the island of Great Britain the noble appellation of the focus of truth ... in which a sketch of a proper system for the education of youth is submitted to their judgment
Carlile, Richard,
London. Printed and published by R. Carlile,. 1821.. 48 p. ;.

An address to Mrs. Hannah More on the conclusion of the Blagdon controversy.: With observations on an anonymous tract entitled 'A statement of facts.'
Bere, Thomas, ; Du Broff, Roger, ; Holland, Margaret,
Bath. Printed by R. Cruttwell; and sold by G. and J. Robinson, Pater-noster-Row, London,. 1801.. [4], 70 p. ;.

An address to persons of fashion: relating to balls; with a few occasional hints concerning play-houses, card-tables, &c., in which is introduced the character of Lucinda ...
Hill, Richard,
Shrewsbury. printed by J. Eddowes,. 1771.. 176 p..

An address to persons of fashion,: containing some particulars relating to balls: and a few occasional hints concerning play-houses, card-tables, &c. In which is introduced the character of Lucinda, a lady of the very best fashion, and of most extraordinary piety. : [Two lines in Latin from Horace]
Hill, Richard,
Boston:. Printed by W. M'Alpine in Marlborough-Street.,. MDCCLXVII. [1767]. vi, [1], 8-56 p. ;.

An address to persons of fashion, relating to balls: with a few occasional hints concerning play-houses, card-tables, &c. : in which is introduced the character of Lucinda, a lady of the very best fashion and of most extraordinary piety : with an appendix containing some extracts from men, against the entertainments of the stage, and other vain amusements
Hill, Richard,
Baltimore [Md.]. Printed by J. Robinson, for Cole and I. Bonsal, Warner and Hanna, and George Hill,. 1807. 77, 11 p. ;.

An address to persons who entertain the wish to better themselves by emigrating to Canada, as well as to parish officers, churchwardens, and overseers, and all concerned in providing for the poor of Great Britain.
London. Edward Suter,. 1832.. 16 p. ;.

An address to Robert E. Scott,
Brooke, Martin P.
[Alexandria? . 1841]. 34 p..

An address to seamen, delivered at Portland, October 28, 1821 ...
Payson, Edward,
Portland, . Printed by Thayer, Tappan & Stickney, for the Society,. 1821.. 16 p..

An address to seamen, delivered before the Portland Marine Bible Society
Payson, Edward,
New-York. American Tract Society,. [ca. 1830]. 12 p. ;.

An address to seamen delivered in the meetinghouse of the 2d parish in Portland on Sabbath evening October 28, 1821 at the request of the Portland Auxiliary Marine Bible Society
Payson, Edward,
[Portland. The Society,. 1821?]. 12 p. ;.

An address to Sir John Cust, bart., speaker of the House of commons;: in which the characters of Lord Bute, Mr. Pitt, and Mr. Wilkes, appear in a new light.
London, . Printed for the author: and sold by Mr. Gretton, in Bond-street, and Mr. Pottinger, in Paternoster-row,. 1763.. 1 p.l., [5]-40 p..

An address to the agriculturalists of the United Kingdom ... on the subject of ligneous, bituminous, and animal matters ... as a substitute for ... farm yard dung.
Daniell, J C.
Bath . 1843.

An address to the American army in general: ... and to the regiments forming in Salem and Marblehead, in particular. : To which is annexed, extracts from an excellent pamphlet, lately published at New-York, entitled, Strictures on the "Friendly address to all reasonable Americans, on the subject of our political confusions." .
Countryman. ; Lee, Charles,
Salem [Mass.]: N.E.. Printed and sold by E. Russell, in Ruck-Street, leading from the state-house to Marblehead.,. [1775]. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;.

An address to the American people in behalf of the republic of Cuba.
American.
[Washington, . 1869]. p. cm..

An address to the Ancient and Honorable Society of Free and Accepted Masons: delivered at St. Paul's Church in Newbury-Port, on the feast of St. John the Evangelist, A.L. 5786, before the worshipful masters, wardens and brethren of the Lodges of St. John and St. Peter.
Tyng, Dudley Atkins,
Newbury-Port [Mass.]:. Printed by John Mycall.,. MMMMDCCLXXXVII [i.e., 1787]. 16 p. ;.

An address to the apprentices in the city of Burlington, N.J.,
Burlington city, N.J., . 1822.. p. cm..

An address to the army;: in reply to strictures,
[Coleraine], George Hanger,
London, . Printed for J. Ridgway,. 1789.. xvi, 138 p..

An Address to the Assembly of Pennsylvania on the abolition of the Bank of North America.
Philadelphia. Printed and sold by Robert Aitken ...,. 1785.. 25 p. ;.

An address to the brethren of the Morning Star Lodge: delivered at their hall, December 27th, 5794, A.L. Being the festival of St. John the Evangelist.
Brother.
Worcester, (Massachusetts:). From the press of Isaiah Thomas, Jun.,. 1795. 11, [1] p. ;.

¬An¬ address to the British army and navy. Intended to remind our brave warriors of the important interests, in which they are engaged
London. printed for J. Buckland, and T. Toft. 1756.

Tres de cuatro soles
Nouhaud, Dorita [Komm.]
ed. critica. Paris [u.a.]. Klincksieck [u.a.]. 1977. XCV, 124 S.. Edicion critica de las obras completas de Miguel Angel Asturias ; 19.
ISBN 84-375-0114-8

¬An¬ address to the chairman of the East India Company, occasioned by Mr. Twining's letter to that gentleman, on the danger of interfering in the religious opinions of the natives of India, and on the views of the British and Foreign Bible Society, as directed to India
Owen, John
3rd ed / to which is added a postcript containing brief strictures on the "Preface" to Observation on the present state of the East India Company. London. Printed for J. Hatchard. 1807. 36 p..

¬An¬ address to the Church of England: evidencing her obligations both of interest and conscience, to concurr with his gracious Majesty in the repeal of the penal laws and tests: Allowed to be published this 1st of September, 1688
S.l.. s.n. [1688]. 22 p..

¬An¬ address to the churchwardens, guardians, overseers of the poor, and rate payers of the Wingham Division of Saint Augustine, on the resolution adopted at a meeting held at Wingham, on ... the twenty-second of January before Sir Francis Head
Hammond, W. O. ; Head, Francis Bond
Canterbury. Printed for the proprietors. 1990. 335 S. : Ill..
ISBN 3-530-88000-0 Gewebe : DM 57.00

An address to the citizens of Bath: in reference to a mistake in the "Bath journal" of 20th June, 1841 : and upon the present crisis, cheap bread, poor laws, chartists, &c. &c. &c.
Cockburn, W. S. R.
Bath. W. Pocock,. 1841 . 36 p..

An Address to the citizens of Boston and vicinity, on the subject of a rural cemetery.
Boston. Eastburn's Press,. 1850.. 7 p. ;.

An address to the citizens of Massachusetts: on the causes and remedy of our national distresses
Park, John,
Boston. Printed at the Repertory office,. 1808.. 13 p. ;.

An address to the citizens of New-York,
New-York, . 1830.. 10 p..

An address to the citizens of Norfolk County
Citizen of Norfolk.
Dedham [Mass.]. Printed by Herman Mann,. 1812.. 24 p..

An address to the citizens of Norfolk County: exposing the absurdity of the present war and the great benefits of peace : and showing the absolute necessity of choosing a representative to Congress who will vote for a speedy and honourable peace
Republican of Norfolk.
[United States. s.n.,. 1812]. 12 p. ;.

An address to the citizens of North-Carolina: on the subject of the presidential election.
[n. p., . 1823]. p. cm..

An Address to the citizens of North-Carolina, on the subject of the approaching elections
[Raleigh, N.C.?. Printed by Hodge and Boylan?],. July, 1800. [2], 14 p. ;.

An address to the citizens of North-Carolina, on the subject of the presidential election.
[Raleigh, . Bell & Lawrence, printers,. 1823]. p. cm..

An address to the citizens of Philadelphia,
Henry, Alexander. [from old catalog]
Philadelphia, . Brown, Bicking & Guilbert, printers,. 1841.. 14 p..

An address to the citizens of Philadelphia, on the subject of establishing an asylum for the cure of victims of intemperance.
Henry, Alexander. [from old catalog]
Philadelphia, . Brown, Bicking & Guilbert, printers,. 1841.. 14 p..

An address to the citizens of Philadelphia, on the subject of slavery.: Delivered on the 4th of 7th month, (July,) A. D. 1833.
Atlee, Edwin Pitt,
Philadelphia, . W. P. Gibbons, Printer,. 1833..

An address to the citizens of Philadelphia, respecting the better government of youth
Clarkson, Matthew,
Philadelphia. Printed by Ormrod & Conrad ...,. 1795.. 24 p. ;.

An address to the citizens of Rhode Island,
1808.. p. cm..

An Address to the citizens of the county of Morris
Jackson, Stephen.
[Morristown, N.J.. Printed by Jacob Mann,. 1800]. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

An address to the citizens of the United States, on the subject of slavery.
[Philadelphia]. Association of Friends,. 1838.. 24 p. ;.

An address to the congregation of Sion Chapel, Whitechapel, London: and to all whom it may concern relative to a certain paper, which was read unto the said Congregation, on Sunday evening, July 13, 1806 : accusing W. Cooper, of false charges, against Mr. T. Bennet, of Birmingham
Cooper, W.
London. Printed by E. Justins,. 1806.. 25 p.;.

An address to the Convention of the Colony of Ancient Dominion of Virginia;: on the subject of government in general, and recommending a particular form to their consideration.
Braxton, Carter,
Philadelphia:. Printed by John Dunlap, in Market-Street.,. M,DCC,LXXVI. [1776]. 25, [3] p. ;.

¬An¬ address to the Dungannon and Leinster Volunteer Delegates on the matter of parliamentary reform
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 1065..

An address to the electors of New- Hampshire,
Gracchus,
[n. p., . 1814]. p. cm..

An address to the electors of the state of New-York.
Albany--Printed by J. . Buel. [1815]. p. cm..

An address to the fair daughters of the United States: calling on them for their advice and interest in the present important crisis, New-York, September 17th.
New-York. Printed by Southwick and Pelsue, for the author,. 1811.. 14 p..

An address to the farmers of Great Britain: with an essay on the prairies of the western country: by Morris Birkbeck: to which is annexed, the Constitution of the state of Illinois.
Birkbeck, Morris,
London, . Printed for James Ridgway, Piccadilly.. 1822.. 2 cards..

An address to the free and independant [sic] citizens of the United States of North-America: By Silas Deane, Esquire
Deane, Silas
Hartford. Printed by Hudson & Goodwin. [M.DCC.LXXXIV. [1784]. 30,[2]p.

An address to the free electors of the state of New-York, on the approaching election.
Citizen of the state.
New-York:. Printed by Francis Childs, at the new printing office, near the coffee-house,,. [1786]. 23, [1] p.

An Address to the freeholders and inhabitants of the province of Pennsylvania.: In answer to a paper called the Plain dealer
Philadelphia:. Printed and sold by Anthony Armbruster, at the German and English printing-office; in Moravian-Alley.,. 1764. 12 p. ;.

An Address to the freeholders and inhabitants of the province of Pennsylvania, in answer to a paper called The plain dealer.
X.Y.Z.,
Philadelphia. Printed and sold by Anthony Armbruster ...,. 1764.. 12 p. ;.

An address to the freeholders of Great Britain;: or, The rights of Englishmen displayed, throughout the empire at large.
London, . Printed in the year 1775.. p. cm..

An address to the freeholders of Great Britain, in favour of our Constitution: Occasion'd by the approaching election for a new Parliament. Interspersed with a short history of the various attempts to subvert it since Oliver's usurpation: with remarks on the Triennial Bill, and His Majesty's late message to both Houses of Parliament
London. printed for J. Roberts. 1734. 56p..

An address to the freeholders of New-Jersey, on the subject of public salaries
J. W. ; Wetherill, John.
Philadelphia:. Printed and sold by Andrew Steuart, at the Bible-in-Heart, in Second-Street: sold also at most of the stores in the Jersies.,. MDCCLXIII. [1763] (Price 9 d.). 24 p. ;.

An address to the freemen and freeholders of the city of Dublin: wherein the insinuations, false representations, and unjust aspersion, contained in Mr. Lucas's eighteenth address and reflecting upon Alderman Kane's character in the purchase of the Mills at Island-Bridge ...
Kane, Nathaniel,
Dublin. Printed by R. James,. 1749. 26 p. ;.

An address to the freemen of Liverpool ...
London, . Printed for the booksellers in Liverpool,. 1790.. 1 p.l., 58 p..

An address to the freemen of New-Jersey.
Rossell, William,
Trenton: Printed by James J. . Wilson.. 1812.. p. cm..

An address to the freemen of South-Carolina, on the subject of the foederal constitution, proposed by the convention, which met in Philadelphia, May 1787
Civis. ; Ramsay, David,
Charleston [S.C.],. Printed by Bowen and Co. no. 31, Bay.,. [1788]. 12 p. ;.

An address to the freemen of the state of South-Carolina: containing political observations on the following subjects ...
Burke, Aedanus, ; Bell, Robert,
Philadelphia. Printed and sold by Robert Bell, in Third-street,. 1783.. 32 p. ;.

An address to the free people of color of the state of Maryland,
Hall, James,
Baltimore, . Printed by J.D. Toy,. 1859.. 15 p..

An address to the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, in the case of the violated charter, of the College, Academy and Charitable School of Philadelphia, &c
Smith, William,
Philadelphia:. Printed by R. Aitken & Son, at Pope's Head in Market Street.,. M,DCC,LXXXVIII. [1788]. 32 p. ;.

An Address to the gentlemen, clergy, and freeholders of Lancashire on the choice of their representatives at the approaching general election for the county: wherein the merits and pretensions of Sir T---- Eg----n, Mr. St---y and Mr. L---r, the several candidates for this great trust of representation, are fully examined and considered.
London. Printed for G. Kearsly ...,. 1780.. 51, [1] p. ;.

¬An¬ address to the gentlemen of the county of Cornwall, on the present state of mining in that county: with some observations on the tin and copper trades
Hawkins, Christopher
London. [s.n.]. 1772.

An Address to the gentlemen who are deputed from the several congregations of Protestant dissenters, to attend the report of the Committee Relating to the Repeal of the Corporation and Test-acts ...
Roberts, James,
London. Printed for J. Roberts ...,. 1733.. 19, [1] p. (the last blank) ;.

An address to the good people of Great Britain: occasion'd by the report from the Committee of Secrecy.
Defoe, Daniel,
London. Printed for J. Roberts ...,. 1715.. 47 [1] p. ;.

An address to the government of the United States [upon the merits of Pirsson's patent steam condenser]
Pirsson, Joseph P
[Washington. Gideon & Co.,. 1850?]. 16 p. ;.

An address to the Guardian Society
S. T.
London. Sold by all booksellers in town and country,. 1817 . 56 p..

An address to the guardians of the Washington asylum,
Washington city, . 1827.. p. cm..

¬An¬ address, to the Hon. Edmund Burke. From the swinish multitude
Parkinson, James
London. printed for J. Ridgway. 1793. 28p..

¬An¬ Address to the honourable city of London
S.l.. Banks. 1681.

¬An¬ address to the hopeful young gentry of England
London. Walbancke. 1669. 159 S..

An address to the independent Federal electors of the state of New-York,
[Albany, . 1820]. p. cm..

An Address to the inhabitants of Boston, (particulary [sic] to the thoughtless youth:): occasioned by the execution of Levi Ames, who so early in life, as not 22 years of age, must quit the stage of action in this awful manner. He was tried for burglary on the 7th of September, and after a fair and impartial examination of facts, the jury went out but soon return'd, who upon their oaths pronounc'd him guilty.
[Boston. Printed by Ezekiel Russell,. 1773]. 1 sheet ([1] p.).

An address to the inhabitants of Great Britain: on the dangerous and destructive tendency of the French system of liberty and equality, with an historical account of the French revolution, the imprisonment and sufferings of the Royal Family, and the deliberate murder of the unfortunate King of France
Moore, Thomas
(Neudr. d. Ausg.) York 1793. London. Pickering. 1995. S. 28 - 48.

¬An¬ address to the inhabitants of Great-Britain; occasioned by the late earthquake at Lisbon
The second edition. London. printed for J. Buckland; T. Field; E. Dilly; J. Robinson; and sold at the pamphlet-shops at the Royal Exchange. 1755.

An address to the inhabitants of Marblehead, relative to the very bad police of the town
[United States. s.n.,. 1804]. 12 p.

An address to the inhabitants of New-England, concerning the present bloody controversy therein
Backus, Isaac,
[Boston]. Printed and sold by S. Hall, State-Street, Boston.,. 1787. 7, [1] p. ;.

An address to the inhabitants of North-Carolina: occasioned by the difficult circumstances the government seems to labour under, for want of a medium, or something to answer in lieu of money; for the encouragement of the people, in regard to business:
Borden, William
Williamsburg [Va.]. Printed by William Parks. 1746. [4], 26 p..

An / address / To the Inhabitants of / North-Carolina;: occasioned / By the difficult Circumstances the Govern- / ment seems to labour under, for Want of a Medium, or / something to answer in lieu of Money; for the Encourage- / ment of the People, ir regard to Business: / To which is added, / A Proposition for a Paper-Currency, whereby the Possessors of / the Soil may, in a very honourable Manner, and with cheerful Hearts, / discharge their Quit-rents and publick Taxes: And whereby, also, new / Life may be given to Trade and Commerce, so far as is necessary; / which will be a natural Inducement to the fair Trader to settle and re- / side in the Government, as well as the only Means to propagate Navi- / gation (that necessary Branch of Business) in all its proper Parts.
Borden, William,
[Boston, . 1928]. facsim.: 2 p. l., 26 p..

An address to the inhabitants of Northumberland and Newcastle upon Tyne: who petitioned against the two bills lately depending in Parliament
Bigge, Thomas.
Newcastle. Printed and sold by S. Hodgson .... [1796]. 64 p. ;.

¬An¬ address to the inhabitants of Nottingham: occasioned by a letter lateley sent to the Major and some other members of the corporation of that town ; with an appendix ...
Wakefield, Gilbert
New York [u.a.]. Pergamon Pr.. 1983. 1 Mikrofiche. Pergamon history of economics series ; 1184.

An Address to the inhabitants of Pennsylvania,: by those freemen, of the city of Philadelphia, who are now confined in the Mason's lodge, by virtue of a general warrant. Signed in Council by the vice president of the Council of Pennsylvania
Pemberton, Israel,
Philadelphia:. Printed by Robert Bell, in Third-Street.,. MDCCLXXVII. [1777]. [4], 52 p. ;.

An address to the inhabitants of Pennsylvania, by those freemen, of the city of Philadelphia, who are now confined in the Mason's lodge, by virtue of a general warrant.
Philadelphia, . Printed by R. Bell,. 1777.. 52 p..

An address to the inhabitants of Scarborough, on the profanation of the Lord's day
Hinderwell, Thomas
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. [1799?]. 8p.

An address to the inhabitants of the British colonies in America, upon slave-keeping.: [Four lines of verse]
Rush, Benjamin,
Norwich [Conn.]:. Re-printed and sold by Judah P. Spooner.,. 1775. 24 p. ;.

¬An¬ address to the inhabitants of the British settlements in America, upon slave-keeping
Rush, Benjamin
[Mikrofiche-Ausg.] - 2.ed. Philadelphia, Pa.. Dunlap. 1773. Evans 12994.

¬An¬ address to the inhabitants of the British settlements, on the slavery of the negroes in America
Rush, Benjamin
[Mikrofiche-Ausg.] - 2.ed. Philadelphia, Pa.. [Drucker:] Dunlap. 1773. Evans 12993.

An address to the inhabitants of the county of Berkshire.: Respecting their present opposition to civil government.
Hartford: . Printed by Watson and Goodwin.. [1778]. 28 p..

An address to the inhabitants of the District of Maine,: upon the subject of their separation from the present government of Massachusetts.
Davis, Daniel, ; Deane, Samuel,
Printed at Portland [Me.],. by Thomas B. Wait.--,. April, 1791. 54 p. ;.

An address to the inhabitants of the new settlements in the northern and western parts of the United States
Dana, James,
New Haven:. Printed by T. and S. Green.,. [1795]. 6, [2] p. ;.

An address to the inhabitants of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England;: more especially, to the inhabitants of Boston; occasioned by the late illegal and unwarrantable attack upon their liberties, and the unhappy confusion and disorders consequent thereon.
Lover of his country.
Boston:. Printed and sold by Rogers and Fowle in Queen-Street.,. [1747]. 8 p. ;.

An address to the inhabitants of thesetzung
Lover of his country, ; Amicus patriæ,
Heidelberg. C. F. Müller, Jur. Verl.. 1993. XX, 267 S.. Uni-Taschenbücher ; 1764 : Rechtswissenschaft.
ISBN 3-8252-1764-7

An address to the inhabitants of the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright, in the Lordship of Galloway: particularly to the magistrates and to the Kirk-sessions, respecting the laws relating to the poor : with an appendix containing the acts of Parliament and of the Privy Council of Scotland and other important documents relative to the poor
Gordon, Alexander,
Edinburgh. Printed by D. Willison for the author. 1820.. vii, 79, 192 p. ;.

An address to the inhabitants of the towns and parishes in the state of Newhampshire, particularly those which are vacant: from the convention of ministers, at their annual meeting, holden at Concord, on the first Wednesday in June, 1791
Macclintock, Samuel, ; Evans, Israel,
[Concord, New York. World Pub. Co.,. [1970]. 188 p..

¬An¬ address to the Irish people
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Reprint. from the orig. ed. of 1812, reprint. from the ed. of 1890, London, 1. AMS ed.. New York. AMS Press. 1975. 29, 22 S.. ¬The¬ Shelley Society's publications : 2. series ; 6.
ISBN 0-404-11508-X

An address to the Irish Roman Catholics,: on the necessity of arming the government and constitution with the whole energies of Ireland at the present crisis.
Dublin, . Printed by the author,. 1797.. 1 p.l., ii, 40 p..

¬An¬ address to the Jews: by Abraham Jacobs, ... containing his reasons for leaving the Jewish, and embracing the Christian religion
Jacobs, Abraham
Dublin. printed by Andrew Crooke, (for the author). 1716.

An address to the ladies on the indecency of appearing at immodest plays.
London, . Printed for R. Griffiths,. 1756.. 22 p..