¬An¬ address to the landed interest of Scotland, on the subject of distillation
Scotch farmer
Edinburgh. Sold by P. Hill. 1809. 201 p..

An address to the landed interest, on the deficiency of habitations and fuel, for the use of the poor. By Wm. Morton Pitt, Esq. M.P
Pitt, William Morton
London. printed for Elmsly and Bremner. 1797. Online-Ressource.

An address to the landlords of Ireland: on subjects connected with the melioration of the lower classes
Doyle, Martin,
Dublin. W. Curry, Jun. and Co.,. 1831.. 164 p., [2] folded leaves of plates.

¬An¬ address to the landlords of Ireland on subjects connected with the melioration of the lower classes
Doyle, Martin
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 2 Mikrofiches : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 757..

¬An¬ address to the lately formed Society of the friends of the people: By John Wilde
Wilde, John
London. printed for T. Cadell, and Peter Hill, Edinburgh. 1793.

Europäisches Porzellan vom Klassizismus bis zum Jugendstil
Wilde, John ; Faÿ-Hallé, Antoinette ; Mundt, Barbara
Fribourg: Office du Livre; Stuttgart u.a.: Kohlhammer . 1983. 308 S..

An address to the legal world on the centralisation of the courts of law and equity
Routh, Robert Alfred. ; Rowden, Charles Wetherell.
London. Printed by S. Taylor,. 1851.. 20 p. ;.

An address to the legislature and people of the state of Connecticut,: on the subject of dividing the state into districts for the election of representatives in Congress.
Beers, William Pitt,
New-Haven--. Printed by T. and S. Green.,. 1791. 37, [3] p. ;.

An address to the legislature of Kentucky on the abolition of capital punishments, in the United States, and the substitution of exile for life
Crockett, G. F. H. ; Finnell, Nimrod L.,
Georgetown, Ky.. Printed by N.L. Finnell,. 1823.. [2], 8 p. ;.

An address to the living; or The language of Divine Providence in death: at the funeral of the wife of Benjamin Bearss, Jun. and the daughter of Martin Kellogg, of New-Fairfield, who died suddenly, March xxv, M,DCC,XC,II. in the XXth year of her age.
Rogers, Medad,
Danbury [Conn.]:. Printed by Douglas and Ely,. 1792.. 12 p. ;.

An address to the Lords of the Admiralty on their conduct towards Admiral Keppel.
London. Printed for J. Almon ...,. 1778.. 46, [2] p. ;.

An Address to the manufacturers of pot and pearl ash,: with an explanation of Samuel Hopkin's patent method of making the same; : together with drawings of a furnace, &c. &c. : To which are prefixed, the act of Congress for promoting the progress of useful arts. Also, copy of the patent granted to Samuel Hopkins
Hopkins, Samuel.
[New York]. Printed by Childs and Swaine, New-York.,. --M,DCC,XCI. [1791]. 27, [1] p. ;.

An address to the manufacturers of the United Kingdom: stating the causes which have led to the unparalleled calamities of our manufacturing poor, and the proposal of a remedy which will remove their distresses, increase their comforts, and better their conditions in human life
Hale, William.
London. Sold by Holdsworth, and Fremont,. 1826 . 32 p. ;.

¬An¬ address to the mechanics, artificers, manufacturers and labourers of England on the subject of the threatened invasion
London. 1817.

¬An¬ address, to the members and friends of the Methodist Society, in Newcastle
Kilham, Alexander
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. 1792. 24p.

An Address to the members and friends of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the southern and south-western states.
Otey, James Hervey,
Philadelphia, . Hooker,. 1856.. 12 p..

An address to the members of the bar of Suffolk, Mass. at their stated meeting on the first Tuesday of March, 1824
Sullivan, William,
Boston. Press of the North American Review,. 1825.. 63 p. ;.

An address to the members of the bar of the counties of Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden at their annual meeting at Northampton, September, 1826
Bliss, George,
Springfield [Mass.]. Tannatt,. 1827.. 85 p. ;.

An address to the members of the bar of Worcester County, Massachusetts, October 2, 1829
Willard, Joseph,
Lancaster, Mass.. Carter, Andrews,. 1830.. 144 p. ;.

¬An¬ address to the members of the church of England and to protestant trinitarians in general, exhorting them to turn from the false worship of three persons, to the worship of the one true god
Frend, William
Ed. 2. London. 1788.

An address to the members of the next Legislature of the state of New York.
[n. p., . 1824?]. p. cm..

An address to the members of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the city of New-York: occasioned by the appendix to Dr. Linn's sermon on the character of Simon the sorcerer
Moore, Benjamin
New-York. Printed by Hugh Gaine, at the Bible, in Hanover-Square. 1793. 2, 25, [1] p..

An address to the members of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America.
Marsh, Samuel, ; Bowden, John,
New York. [s.n.],. Printed in the year 1792.. 12 p. ;.

An Address to the members of the Protestant Episcopal Church of Maryland: containing, an account of the proceedings of some late conventions both of clergy and laity, for the purpose of organizing the said church, and providing a succession in her ministry, agreeably to the principles of the American Revolution
Smith, William ; Paca, William [dedicatee]
Baltimore. Printed for William Goddard. 1784. 35, [1] p..

¬An¬ address to the merchants and manufacturors of Great Britain on the present state of the country
London. 1817.

An Address to the merchants, freeholders, and all other the [sic] inhabitants of the province of Pennsylvania in particular, and the southern colonies in general.: [One line in Latin from Sallust with one line English translation]
[Philadelphia. Printed by William Goddard?,. 1768?]. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

An address to the merchants of Great-Britain: or, A review of the cnduct of the administration, with regard to our trade and navigation: shewing how the trading interest have been impos'd upon by the enemies of the ministry: with a justification of the convention concluded between Great-Britain and Spain. By a merchant retir'd.
London, . Printed for J. Roberts. [1738?]. 2 p. \U+fffd\., 50 p..

An address to the Methodist Society in Great Britain and Ireland: on the settlement of the preaching houses. By Thomas Coke, L.L.D
Coke, Thomas
[Liverpool]. Edinburgh, printed in the year 1790. Liverpool, re-printed by J. M'Creery. 1795. 24p..

An address to the misguided poor of the disturbed districts throughout the kingdom
Burges, George,
London. Rivingtons,. 1830.. 40 p..

¬An¬ address to the National Convention of France on the difficulties of the French language ...
London. 1793.

An Address to the nation, shewing the necessity of forming an armed association in consequence of the conspiracy of the republicans in Ireland to subvert the Constitution.
London. Sold by J. Sewell ... and J. Wright ...,. 1797.. [2], 156 p. ;.

¬An¬ Address to the nobility and gentry of Ireland on the subject of distillation: as affecting the agriculture and revenue of that part of the United Kingdom
S.l.. s.n. [1819]. 34 p..

An address to the officers of the British army: containing a sketch of the case of Captn. Kenith Mackenzie, ... With observations which put this case in a point of view extremely interesting to the army in general, ... By an officer
Officer
London. printed for George Kearsley. 1785.

An address to the opposers of the repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts.
Barbauld,
London. Printed for J. Johnson,. 1790.. 44 p. ;.

An address to the opposers of the repeal of the corporation and test acts in the British House of Commons.
Barbauld, ; Gilbert, William.
London Printed ; . Reprinted by William Gilbert ...,. 1790.. 18 p. ;.

An address to the Parliament and people of Great Britain,: on the past and present state of affairs between Spain and Great Britain, respecting their American possessions.
Zetes,
London, . Printed for J. Debrett,. 1790.. 1 p.l., 49 p..

An Address to the people called Quakers,: concerning the manner in which they treated Timothy Davis, for writing and publishing a piece on taxation; and also concerning the treatment many others met with from them, for joining with him, since he was disowned, in the acts of public worship.
Taber, Joseph,
Boston:. Printed by T. and J. Fleet,,. 1784. 67, [1] p. ;.

An address to the people of America.
[1798]. p. cm..

An address to the people of England.
London. Printed for J. Payne ...,. 1763.. [2], 10, [2] p. (the last leaf blank) ;.

An address to the people of England; in which the conduct of Lieut. Gen. Lord George Sackville is properly considered: ..
London. printed for Joseph Burd; and sold at Charing-Cross, and the Royal Exchange. 1759. [2],37,[1]p..

An address to the people of England, on the inexpediency of dissolving the present Parliament.
Independent freeholder of Middlesex. [from old catalog]
London, . Printed for L. Davis, and sold by C. Pyne,. 1770.. 1 p.l., 14+ p..

¬Die¬ DDR-Geschichtswissenschaft als Forschungsproblem
Iggers, Georg G. ¬[Hrsg.]¬
München. Oldenbourg. 1998. VIII, 450 S.. Historische Zeitschrift : Beihefte ; N.F., Bd. 27.
ISBN 3-486-64426-2 kart. : ca. DM 118.00, ca. sfr 102.00, ca. S 861.00

An address to the people of Great Britain,: on the consumption of West-India produce.
[London] . I. Phillips [etc.,. 17-]. 12 p..

An address to the people of Great-Britain in general, the members of Parliament, and the leading gentlemen of opposition in particular, on the present crisis of American politics.
Bristol [Eng.] . Printed by T. Cocking, and sold by the booksellers of Bristol and Bath, and by F. Newbery, London,. 1776.. 2 p.l., v, 79 p..

An Address to the people of Great Britain on the consumption of West India produce
[London]. Sold by I. Phillips and M. Gurney,. [1791?]. 12 p..

An Address to the people of Great Britain on the utility of refraining from the use of West India sugar and rum: [microform].
[London]. Sold by I. Phillips, M. Gurney,. 1791.. 12 p..

An Address to the people of Great Britain proving the necessity of refraining from sugar and rum in order to abolish the African slave trade
[London?]. Sold by I. Phillips and M. Gurney,. 1791.. 12 p..

¬An¬ address to the people of Ireland on the degradation and misery of their country: and the means which they (in themselves) possess ... to raise it to its proper rank and consequence amongst nations
Ensor, George
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 520..

An Address to the people of Ireland on the present important crisis ...
Belfast: . [s.n.],. 1796.. iv, 28 p..

¬An¬ address to the people of Ireland on the present state of the press
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 2 Mikrofiches : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 601..

An address to the people of Ireland, on the repeal of the union: and the moral and religious condition of England
Ryan, John.
Dublin. William Curry,. 1843.. 24 p. ;.

An address to the people of Maine.
Washington : Printed by Davis and Force, publishers of the National calendar, . 1820.. 14 p. ;.

An address to the people of Maryland,
Printed for the author.. p. cm..

An address, to the people of Maryland, from their delegates in the late National republican convention:
Baltimore, . Printed by Sands & Neilson,. 1832.. 62 p..

An address to the people of Maryland, on the subject of the presidential election.
[n. p., . 1824?]. 17 p. cm..

An address to the people of Massachusetts
Boston. Printed by Perkins & Marvin,. 1838.. 24 p. ;.

An address to the people of Massachusetts, on the choice of electors of president and vice-president.
[n. p., . 1804]. p. cm..

An address to the people of Massachusetts, on the justice and importance of a law, for the relief of insolvent debtors
Boston. Printed by Nathaniel Willis,. 1813.. 23 p. ;.

An address to the people of New-England: occasioned by the preaching and publishing of certain doctrins [sic], destructive of their rights and liberties, both religious and civil (by James MacSparran) in a sermon, entituled, The sacred dignity of the Christian priesthood. Vindicated.
Aplin, John,
Newport [R.I.]:. Printed and sold by J. Franklin, at the printing-office under the town-school-house.,. 1753. 31, [1] p. ;.

An address to the people of New-England.: Representing the very great importance of attaching the Indians to their interest; not only by treating them justly and kindly; but by using proper endeavors to settle Christianity among them.
Hopkins, Samuel, ; Sergeant, John,
Philadelphia:. Reprinted by B. Franklin, and D. Hall.,. 1757. 27, [1] p. ;.

An address to the people of Rhode-Island: delivered in Newport, on Wednesday, May 3, 1843, in presence of the General Assembly, on the occasion of the change in the civil government of Rhode-Island by the adoption of the constitution, which superseded the Charter of 1663
Goddard, William G.
Providence. Knowles and Vose,. 1843.. 80 p. ;.

An address to the people of the American states who choose electors ...
Nestor,
Washington city, . 1808.. p. cm..

An address to the people of the eastern states on the ...: western country ...
1842.. p. cm..

An address to the people of the free states by the President of the Southern Confederacy, Richmond, January 5, 1863.
[Richmond] . Richmond enquirer print. [1863]. [1] p.,.

¬An¬ address to the people of the Netherlands on the Situation of the Republick of Holland: Transl. from the Dutch
London. 1782.

An address to the people of the southern states.
[n.p., . 1850]. p. cm..

An address to the people of the state of New-York,: on the subject of the Constitution, agreed upon at Philadelphia, the 17th of September, 1787
Jay, John,
New-York:. Printed by Samuel and John Loudon, printers to the state.,. [1788]. 19, [1] p. ;.

¬An¬ address to the people of the United Kingdom on the cow pox inoculationing
Cuming, Ralph
Romsey. Printed and sold for the author by S. Hollis. [1804?]. 44 p., [2] leaves of plates.

An address to the people of the united kingdoms of Great Britain and Ireland;: containing an account of the sufferings of Thomas O'Neill, a British officer, while confined in the prison of the Conciergerie, at Paris, for two years and ten months; and of his escape from thence, during his second imprisonment as a prisoner at war.
O'Neill, Thomas,
London, . Printed by R. Edwards,. 1806.. 5 p. l., 35, 71 p..

An Address to the people of the United States: on the policy of maintaining a permanent navy
Bronson, Enos, ; Gallatin, Albert, ; Mercer, Charles Fenton,
Philadelphia. Printed by James Humphreys for E. Bronson,. 1802.. 51 p. ;.

An address to the people of the United States and of Kansas Territory by the Democratic Territorial Convention, held at Lecompton, January 12, 1857.
Leavenworth City. Printed at the "Journal" Book and Job Office,. 1857.. 19 p. ; 21 cm..

An address to the people of the United States in behalf of the American Copyright Club, adopted at New York, October 18th, 1843
Bryant, William Cullen, ; Hawks, Francis L. ; Mathews, Cornelius,
New York. The Club,. 1843. 20 p. ;.

An Address to the people of the United States, on the policy of maintaining a permanent navy.
Bronson, Enos, ; Gallatin, Albert,
Philadelphia; . Printed by James Humphreys for E. Bronson,. 1802.. iv, 51 p..

An address to the people of the U. States.
Pickering, Timothy, ; Thousands,
Northampton, Mass., . Printed by William Butler,. 1808.. p. cm..

An address to the people of this commonwealth.
[Boston, . 1807]. 20 p..

An address to the people of Virginia: in two parts : shewing the danger arising from the unbounded influence of lawyers, and the impolicy of confiding to them the legislation of our state
Jones, Thomas.
Winchester, Va.. Printed by Isaac Collett,. [1807]. 36 p..

An address to the people of Virginia, respecting the alien & sedition laws.
A citizen of this state. [from old catalog] ; A fellow-citizen of Virginia. [from old catalog] ; Evans, Thomas,
Richmond : Printed by Augustine Davis, . 1798.. p. cm..

An address to the Philadelphia Medical Society: on the analogies between yellow fever and true plague delivered, by appointment, on the 20th of February, 1801
Caldwell, Charles,
Philadelphia. Printed by Thomas and William Bradford,. 1801.. viii, 44 p. ;.

An address to the planters and farmers of South-Carolina, on the subject of agriculture.
Reynolds, William Sims.
[Charleston. s.n.],. 1839 . 30 p. ;.

An address to the Presbyterians of Kentucky: proposing a plan for the instruction and emancipation of their slaves
Young, John Clarke,
Newburyport [Ky.]. Charles Whipple,. 1836.. 36 p. ;.

An address to the Presbyterians of Kentucky, proposing a plan for the instruction and emancipation of their slaves.
Young, John Clarke,
Cincinnati, . Taylor & Tracy,. 1835.. 64 p..

An address to the professors & friends of the Christian religion residing in the state of New-Jersey,
Trenton: Printed by Sherman, . Mershon & Thomas.. 1801.. p. cm..

An address to the proprietors of bank stock: on the subject of the charter, the exclusive privilege of banking, the production of accounts and the increase of dividend
Winter, J. P.
London. P. Richardson,. 1832 . 42 p. ;.

An address to the Protestant Methodists: occasioned by the Rev. Daniel Isaac's letter to the private members of that community
Glover, W. H.
Leeds, [Eng.]. J. Barr,. 1830.. 25 p. ;.

An address to the Protestants of Great Britain and Ireland: on the subject of Catholic emancipation : presenting facts and documents illustrative of the real object of the Irish Roman Catholic leaders
Thorpe, William.
Dublin. Printed by Graisberry and Campbell ...,. 1814.. viii, 72 p. ;.

¬An¬ address to the Protestants of Great Britain and Ireland on the subject of Catholic emancipation: presenting facts and documents illustrative of the real object of the Irish Roman Catholic leaders
Thorpe, William
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 2 Mikrofiches : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 855..

An address to the public: especially to the people of my own charge, and of the new settlements in the northern and western parts of the United States, on the subjects of prayer and family religion
Trumbull, Benjamin,
[Wiscasset, Me.. Bobson and Rust,. 1807]. 34 p. ;.

¬An¬ address to the public: on the sufferings and wrongs endured by, and the present position of, that body
Wilson, James ; Morgan, Nicholas ; Ritson, Wilson
S.l.. s.n. [1844]. 12 p..

An address to the public, accounting for the large sum of money which has been sunk in the hands of W.B. Magruder, and W.B. Magruder & Company;: and shewing that their failure, and almost all their losses, were produced by the misconduct of Messrs. Findlay, Bannatyne & Co. of London, and their agents in Rotterdam and Bremen, to whose guardianship, an immense property had been confided
Magruder, William B.
Baltimore:. Printed by Samuel Sower, no. 190, Market-Street,. M,DCCC. [1800]. 62 p. ;.

An address to the public, and more especially to the members of the House of Commons, on the present unsatisfactory state of the Court of Chancery: and suggestions for an immediate remedy
Spence, George,
London. W. Walker. 1839.. 40 p..

An address to the public from the Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes, Unlawfully Held in Bondage.
Franklin, Benjamin,
Philadelphia:. Printed by Francis Bailey.,. [1789]. [2] leaves ;.

¬An¬ address to the public, from the Society for the Improvement of Naval Architecture: Instituted 14th April, 1791
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. [1791]. 16p.

An Address to the public in answer to two pamphlets: (intitled: An appeal to the people of England, and A letter to a member of Parliament relative to the case of A-----l B-----g) in which is fully proved that the several parts of the A-----l's letter omitted in the Gazette were rather of use than prejudice to him. With several other interesting particulars never yet exhibited to the public
London. Printed for A. Type,. 1756.. [3]-22 p. ;.

An address to the public, in behalf of the Association among Protestant Schoolmasters in the North of England, for the support of their aged brethren, widows, and orphans: ... To which is subjoined, an abstract of the rules: ...
Newcastle. printed by M. Angus. 1788. 45,[1]p..

An address to the public in regard to the affairs of the Medical department of the Hampden Sidney college.
Merritt, A. T. B. [from old catalog]
Richmond, . Printed by Ritchies & Dunnavant,. 1853.. p. cm..

An address to the publick on the proposed bill for the abolition of the slave trade.
Ramsay, James
London, . 1789.

An address to the public, on an important subject, connected with the renewal of the charter of the East India company
Hall, Robert,
London. J. Conder,. 1813.. 31 p. ;.

An Address to the public, on the Polygraphic Art, or the copying or multiplying pictures, in oil colours, by a chymical and mechanical process, the invention of Mr. Joseph Booth, portrait painter.
Booth, Joseph,
London. Printed at the Logographic Press, for the proprietors, and sold by T. Cadell ... Robson and Clarke ... and J. Sewell ...,. [1788]. [2], 18 p. ;.

An address to the public on the present situation of affairs: with an exhortation to Britons, to exert themselves in promoting the cause in which they are engaged, by a continuance of their loyalty, courage, and unanimity / by James Carrington.
Carrington, James.
London. Printed and published by Hughes & Haskins,. 1808.. 25 p. ;.

¬An¬ address to the public, on the propriety of establishing schools for spinning, or other work, and appointing teachers in each parish, with a view to the better relief and employment of the poor: consisting principally of extracts from a pamphlet, published some time since, by the Rev. Mr. Bouyer
Bouyer, Reynold Gideon
S.l.. Printed and sold for the benefit of the Institution. [1795?]. 20 p..

An address to the public on the sanctity of the sabbath.
Philadelphia. [s.n.],. 1866.. 32 p. ;.

An Address to the public on the state of slavery in the West India Islands
London. Printed by Ellerton and Henderson,. 1824.. 16 p..

¬An¬ address to the public. On true representation and the unity of man: Being the substance of a speech, delivered at the Free Masons Lodge, in Sheffield. On Monday February 27th. 1792. By Benjamin Damm, ... Together with A rhapsody to E----- B---- Esq. By J. Sharpe. Ornamented with a humorous print, of "The swinish multitude"
Damm, Benjamin
Sheffield. printed by J. Crome, for the author. 1792. 15,[1]; 12p.

¬An¬ address to the public upon the dangerous tendency of the London Female Penitentiary: with hints relative to the best means of lessening the sum of prostitution
Hale, William
2. ed., corr.. London. Conder u.a.. 1809. 68 S..

An address to the religious part of the community on the subject of parliamentary reform: shewing that Christians have no just grounds for standing aloof at this important crisis.
Halifax. E. Crabtree,. 1831.. 8 p. ;.

An address to the Republicans and people of New-York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
New York, . Printed by W. Grattan,. 1824.. p. cm..

...An address to the respectable people of every colour, and others if you please.
A messenger. [from old catalog]
n.p. . [1829]. p. cm..

An address to the Revd.: Dr. Huddesford,
London, . Printed for R. Griffiths,. 1755.. p. cm..

An address to the Rev. Dr. Alison, the Rev. Mr. Ewing, and others, trustees of the Corporation for the Relief of Presbyterian Ministers, their Widows and Children: being a vindication of the Quakers from the aspersions of the said trustees in their letter published in the London chronicle, no. 1223. : To which is prefixed, the said letter.
Lover of truth. ; Galloway, Joseph,
[Philadelphia]. Printed [by William Dunlap],. in the year 1765. [4], iii, [1], 47, [1] p. ;.

Berlin ; . Springer,. c1997.. xii, 346 p..

An address to the Rev. Eustace Carey, Jan. 19, 1814: on his designation as a Christian missionary to India
Hall, Robert, ; Chalmers, Thomas,
Boston. Printed for Samuel T. Armstrong by T. G. Bangs,. 1814. 72 p. ;.

An address to the Right Honourable L--d M--sf--d;: in which the measures of government, respecting America, are considered in a new light; with a view to His Lordship's interposition therein.
London, . Printed for J. Almon,. 1775.. p. cm..

An address to the right honourable the first lord commissioner of the Admiralty,
London, . J. Stockdale,. 1786.. p. cm..

An address to the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty upon the degenerated, dissatisfied state of the British navy: with ways and means to put the Navy upon a formidable and respectable footing, both as to ships and men : also a proposition to establish a new mode of caulking the King's ships : with a proposed regulation for maintaining an extra-establishment of marines in time of peace ...
Sailor.
Printed for J. Stockdale ...,. London. [2], 98 p. ;.

An address to the Right Honourable the Peers of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, from Mary, Countess of Berkeley.
Berkeley, Mary,
London. Printed for E. Williams ...,. 1811.. [4], 209, [3] p. ;.

An address to The Right Hon. William Pitt, on the probability revolution in this country
(Neudr. d. Ausg.) London 1792. London. Pickering. 1995. S. 173 - 184.

An Address to the Right Reverend the Prelates of England and Wales on the subject of the slave trade
London. Sold by J. Parsons,. 1792.. 15 p..

An address to the right worshipful the batchelors of Great-Britain.: Containing an examination of the several articles of impeachment, lately exhibited against them, by the ladies. Together with some reflections on the modern education of the fair sex. To which is added, Pretty miss's catechism and a Poem on the pleasures of a single life; or, The miseries of matrimony.
Old batchelor.
London. Printed for A. Antiquity,. [1735?]. 96 p..

¬An¬ address to the Roman Catholic nobility and gentry of Ireland: on the tendency and effects of their particular doctrines and practices ...
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 2 Mikrofiches : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 1010..

An address to the senior class in Yale-College: delivered in the chapel, as a response to the valedictory oration, which closed the public performances exhibited by the class after their examination, July 20, 1796.
Stebbins, Josiah,
New-Haven:. Printed by T. & S. Green.,. [1796]. 23, [1] p. ;.

An address to the Society of Friends.
1855.. p. cm..

An address to the South Americans and Mexicans: chiefly intended to dissuade them from conceding commercial privileges to other nations, in prejudice of Great Britain, on account of the delay by her of their recognition; which delay is explained, on the sound principles of national integrity and honour: with a cursory review of some of the important events and traits of patriotism which have distinguished their respective revolutions.
Henderson, James.
London, . Printed for J.M. Richardson and J. Hatchard,. 1822.. 45 p..

An address to the stockholders of the Schuylkill navigation company,
Ellet, Charles,
Philadelphia, . Printed for the author,. 1844.. p. cm..

An address to the St. Peters Benevolent Society for the support of the Female Orphan Asylum of Cincinnati: delivered at the anniversary meeting January 1, 1836
Fry, J. Reese
Cincinnati. Printed by Smith and Day,. 1836.. 27 p. ;.

An address to the Unitarian congregation at Philadelphia, delivered on Sunday, March 5, 1797.
Priestley, Joseph,
Philadelphia:. Printed by Joseph Gales, no. 145, North Second Street: and sold at the stationary store of W.Y. Birch, no. 17, South Second Street. Sold also by the booksellers in Philadelphia, New-York, and Baltimore.,. 1797. 24 p. ;.

An address to the United States of North America: To which is added, a letter to the Hon. Robert Morris, Esq. with notes and observations. By Silas Deane
Deane, Silas
London. printed for J. Debrett. 1784. [4],95,[1]p.

An address to the United States of North-America.: To which is added, a letter to the Hon. Robert Morris, Esq. with notes and observations.
Deane, Silas, ; Morris, Robert,
[New London, Conn.]. London, printed: New-London: re-printed and sold by T. Green.,. 1784. 38, [2] p. ;.

¬An¬ address to the Whig Club: with an essay on the judicial discretion of judges on fiats and on bail
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 2 Mikrofiches : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 419..