¬A¬ letter of many ministers in old England requesting the judgement of their reverend brethren in New England concerning nine positions: written Anno Dom. 1637
Ashe, Simeon ; Rathband, William
London. Printed for Thomas Vnderhill. 1643.

^A^ letter of Mary: a Mary Russell novel
King, Laurie R.
New York [u.a.]. Bantam. 1998. XIII, 315 S..
ISBN 0-553-57780-8

A letter of Mary: a Mary Russell novel
King, Laurie R
New York. St. Martin's Press,. 1997. viii, 276 p. ;.

A letter of Mary: a Mary Russell novel
King, Laurie R
Thorndike, Me.. G.K. Hall,. 1997. 384 p. (large print) ;.

A letter of Meric Casaubon D.D. &c to Peter du Moulin D.D. and prebendarie of the same church: concerning natural experimental philosophie, and some books lately set out about it
Casaubon, Meric, ; Du Moulin, Peter,
Cambridge. Printed for William Mordgen ...,. 1669. [2], 36 p.

A letter of Mr. Isaac Newton containing his new theory about light and colors
Newton, Isaac,
[London. The Society,. 1671]. p. 3075-3095.

A letter of Mr. Isaac Newton containing his theory about light and colors
Newton, Isaac,
[London. The Society,. 1671]. p. 3075-3095.

A letter of November the 16th: from an eminent officer in the army at Edenburgh to a friend at London, declaring the true number of the horse and foot now under General Monck, and their unanimons [sic] resolution to adventure all for the pport of magistracie and ministrie, the rights of the people, and priviledges of Parliament : all which are now endeavoured to be subverted by that part of the Army under Colonel Lambert and others about London.
A. B.,
[London. s.n.],. 1659.. [1], 3-8 p..

A letter of private direction
Author of The cloud of unknowing. ; Griffiths, John.
New York. Crossroad,. 1981.. 127 p..

A letter of private direction
Author of The cloud of unknowing. ; Walsh, James,
London. Burns & Oates,. 1965, c1963.. 77 p. ;.

A letter of prudent advice.: And religious counsels given to his children
Osgood, John,
Savannah:. Printed and to be had of James Johnston, and of Messrs. Edwards and Fisher in Charlestown [S.C.],. [1774]. iv, 11, [1] p.

A letter of religion to the Protestant-dissenters from the Church of England, of what denomination soever in the county of Kent: wherein is reported the ground of their dissent, their worship, way of instruction, and behaviour towards lawand government : to which is added a perswasive to conformity, at least an acquiescence in the religion established
Curate of the same county.
London. Printed by F. Leach for Chr. Wilkinson ...,. 1675.. 27 p..

A letter of remonstrance, to Denys Scully: upon his advice to his catholic brethren
Scully, Denys,
Dublin. Printed by Graisberry and Campbell, for William Jones,. 1803.. [2], 46 p. ;.

Scully, Denys,Schaltungen
10., völlig neu bearb. u. erw. Aufl.. [1965].

¬A¬ letter of remonstrance to Denys Scully, Esq. upon his advice to his Catholic brethren
Scully, Denis
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 1003..

A letter of remonstrance, to Denys Scully, esq., upon his advice to his Catholic brethren.
An Irish loyalist. [from old catalog]
Dublin, . Printed by Graisberry and Campbell, for W. Jones,. 1803.. 1 p.l., 36 p..

A Letter of remonstrance to Sir Robert Gifford, knight, His Majesty's Attorney General
Gifford, Robert Gifford,
London. Printed for Hayward and Roscoe,. 1820.. 59 p. ;.

A letter of reproof to Mr. John Cleaveland of Ipswich,: occasioned by a defamatory libel published under his name, intitled, An essay to defend some of the most important principles in the Protestant reformed system of Christianity, &c.--against the injurious aspersions cast on the same, by Jonathan Mayhew, D.D. in his late thanksgiving sermons on Psalm CXLV. 9. In which, &c.
Mayhew, Jonathan,
Boston:. Printed and sold by R. and S. Draper, in Newbury-Street; Edes and Gill, in Queen-Street; and T. & J. Fleet, in Cornhill.,. 1764. 49, [3] p. ;.

¬A¬ letter of resolution
Turner, John
London. Kettilby. 1682.

¬A¬ letter of resolution concerning the doctrines of the Trinity and the Incarnation
Nye, Stephen
S.l.. s.n. [1691?]. 19, [1] p..

¬A¬ letter of resolution to a friend concerning the marriage of cousin germans
Turner, John
London. Printed by H.H. for Walter Kettilby. 1682.

A letter of several French ministers fled into Germany upon the account of the persecution in France: to such of their brethren in England as approved the Kings declaration touching liberty of conscience : translated from the original in French
Jurieu, Pierre, ; Wake, William,
[London. s.n.,. 1688]. 7 p.

¬A¬ letter of spiritual advice
[Anr. ed.]. [London]. 1643. 20 S..

¬A¬ letter of spirituall advice
Marshall, Stephen
[Anr. ed.]. London. 1643.

¬A¬ letter of thanks from a young clergyman, to the reverend Dr. Hare, Dean of Worcester, for his visitation-sermon at Putney
Young clergyman
London. printed by W. Wilkins, and sold by J. Roberts. 1719. 38p.

¬A¬ letter of the ministers of the City of London, presented the first of Jan. 1645
London. 1645.

A letter of Vachel Lindsay on the "movies".
Lindsay, Vachel,
Privately printed,. 1945.. 1 p. l., facsim. ([5] p.), 1 p..

A letter of wise counsel;: studies in the First Epistle of Peter.
Maycock, Edward A.
New York, . Association Press. [1957]. 93 p..

¬A¬ letter on parliamentary reform: containing the sketch of a plan
Tooke, John Horne ; Dunning, John
2nd ed. London. Printed for J. Ridgway. [1793]. Online-Ressource.

A letter on parliamentary representation, in which the propriety of trienial and septennial parliaments is considered.
Sinclair, John,
London, . Printed for J. Stockdale,. 1783.. 1 p.l., 35 p..

¬A¬ letter on posthumous tyranny as exemplified in the state trials: in a few observations addressed by the Right Hon. Lord Stourton to the good sense and honorable feelings of his fellow-countrymen
Stourton, William J.
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 1291..

A letter on psalmody.: Shewing, that human composures ought not to be used in Christian-worship, in singing the praises of God. : What thing soever I command you, observe to do it: thou shalt not add thereto, nor diminish from it.--Deut. 12. 32. Se also Jer. 6. 16. Isa. 8. 20, and John 14. 15, and Mat. 28. 20. : To which is added, part of a lecture; or, the substance of one, from these words, And to Jesus the mediator of the new covenant. Heb. 12. 14. : Also, a brief description of the Christian grace of hope. That hope that doth accompany and comprehend salvation
Jack, Robert
[Philadelphia]. Printed [by Francis Bailey] for Robert Jack.,. 1790. 48 p.

¬A¬ letter on Shakspere's authorship of The two noble kinsmen: And on the characteristics of Shakspere's style and the secret of his supremacy. With a life of the author
Spalding, William ; Burton, John H.
New ed., Neudr. Vaduz 1965. London. Trübner. 1876. XXII, 118 S.. New Shakspere Society: +The New Shakspere Society publications / 8 ; 1..

¬A¬ letter on Shakspere's authorship of The two noble Kinsmen, and on the characteristics of Shakespeare's style and the secret of his supremacy
Spalding, William
New edition. London. 1876. New Shakspere Society : Series VIII, Miscellanies ; 1.

A letter on the abolition of the slave trade: addressed to the freeholders and other inhabitants of Yorkshire
Wilberforce, William,
London. Printed by l. Hansard for T. Cadell and W. Davies,. 1807.. 396 p. ;.

A letter ... on the affairs of North-America, in which the mistakes in the Abbé's account of the revolution of America are corrected and cleared up
Paine, Thomas
3. ed. London. 1783.

A letter on the corn laws, and on the means of obviating the mischiefs and distress, which are rapidly increasing
Holroyd, John Baker
2. edition, corrected and considerably enlarged. London. 1815.

¬A¬ letter on the disputes between the coal-owners and pitmen: addressed to the editor of the Tyne Mercury
Newcastle. 1832.

A letter on the divine eternal sonship of Jesus Christ: ... occasioned by the perusal of Mr. Romaine's sermon ... entitled, A discourse upon the self-existence of Jesus Christ. With three letters on assurance of interest in Christ: ... Written as the author's thoughts, on part of Mr. Marshal's ... The gospel-mystery of sanctification. And two letters on the gift of the Holy Spirit to believers, ... By one who has tasted that the Lord is gracious
Dutton, Anne
London. printed by J. Hart: and sold by G. Keith. 1757. 58p..

¬A¬ letter on the drainage of the East, West, and Wildmore fens: addresed to the proprietors of rigths of common on these fens and to the proprietors of Estates, in the North marshes, in the country of Lincoln
Stone, Thomas
London. Cawthorn. 1800. 20 S..

¬A¬ letter on the expediency of a reform in Parliament: addressed to the Right Hon. Lord Erskine
Evans, Robert Harding ; Erskine, Thomas Erskine
London. Printed for Ridgways. 1817. 198 p..

¬A¬ letter on the fittest style and situation for the Wellington Trophy about to be erected in Dublin: addressed to John Wilson Croker
Foster, John L. ; Croker, John W.
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 430..

A letter on the game laws
Country gentleman.
London. Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy,. 1815 . 44 p. ;.

A letter on the means and importance of converting the slaves in the West Indies to Christianity
Rose, G. H. ; Laing, James.
London. J. Murray,. 1823.. 87 p. ;.

A letter on the nature and effects of the tread-wheel: as an instrument of prison labour and punishment : addressed to the Right Hon. Robert Peel ...
Briscoe, John Ivatt, ; Peel, Robert,
London. Printed for J. Hatchard,. 1824.. 56 p., [1] leaf of plates.

¬A¬ letter on the nature extent and management of poor rates in Scotland: with a review of the controversy respecting the abolition of poor laws
New York [u.a.]. Pergamon Pr.. 1983. 1 Mikrofiche. Pergamon history of economics series ; 1118.

¬A¬ letter on the present neglect of the Lord's Day: addressed to the inhabitants of London and Westminster
Blomfield, Charles J.
7. ed.. London. 1830.

A letter on the present state of British interests and affairs in Persia, addressed to the most noble Richard Marquis Wellesley.
Brydges, Harford Jones,
London, . Bohn. [1838]. 52 p..

¬A¬ letter on the proposed change in the laws prohibiting marriage between those near of kin: reprinted from the British Magazine, November, 1840
Pusey, Edward B.
Oxford. Parker [u.a.]. 1842. 24 S..

A letter on the repeal of the union: addressed to Sir William Gosset, Under Secretary of State
Protestant Dissenter. ; Gosset, William.
Dublin. Printed by Pettigrew and Oulton,. [1834].. 32 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter on the slave trade still carried on along the eastern coast of Africa, called the province of Mosambique: showing the little importance those possessions are of to Portugal, in a commercial point of view, and suggesting improvements
Texugo, F. Torres ; Buxton, Thomas Fowell
London. J. Hatchard. 1839. 62, 1 l., lii p..

A letter on the subject of an established militia, and military arrangements,: addressed to the inhabitants of the United States,
Steuben, Friedrich Wilhelm Ludolf Gerhard Augustin,
New-York:. Printed by J. M'Lean and Co.,. MDCCLXXXIV. [1784]. [4], 16 p. ;.

A letter on the subject of banks and the currency, proposing the creation of a state bank of issues, and the restriction of private banks to circulation, discount, and deposits
Hamilton, Alexander,
New York. [s.n.],. 1839.. 25 p. ;.

A letter, on the subject of baptism,
Hibbard, John. ; Seaver, Comfort
Printed at Hanover [N.H.],. for the author, by Dunham and True.,. MDCCXCV. [1795]. 64 p. ;.

¬A¬ letter on the subject of the courts of law of Upper Canada: addressed to the attorney general and solicitor general
Spragge, John G.
Ottawa. CIHM. 1985. 1 Mikrofiche. CIHM ICMH microfiche series.
ISBN 0-665-22069-3

A letter on the tone and matter of Judge Fletcher's printed charge ...
M., I. U. [from old catalog] ; U.
London, . 1815.. p. [151]-182. 23 cm..

A letter on the true principles of advantageous exportation: in refutation of certain popular notions on that subject.
London. [s.n.], 1818.. p. [247]-257, [1] ;.

¬A¬ letter on tithe, addressed to the editor of the Christian Examiner in December, 1834: to which is prefixed one on the same subject addressed in 1832 to the Right Hon. E.G. Stanley (now Lord Stanley)
Woodward, Henry ; Derby, Edward George Geoffrey Smith Stanley
London. Hatchard. 1835. 48 p..

¬A¬ Letter on toleration
Locke, John ; Klibansky, Raymond ; Gough, John Wiedhofft
Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1968. XLIV, 171 S. ; 8-o.

A letter out of Holland, dated April 30, stilo novo: wherein is shewn the desperate and distracted condition of those countries and people : with a prophecie inclosed, made by one of their own astrologers, who predicts many strange and wonderful things that will happen amongst the states of the United Provinces
One of their own astrologers
London. Printed by J.C. for R. Robinson ...,. 1672. [2], 6 p.

¬A¬ letter out of Ireland, from an eminent divine
Hewson, M.
London. Taylor. 1689. 2 S..

A letter out of Ireland from an eminent divine of the Church of England: giving a full and true account of the sickness, death and funeral of the late Bishop of Chester.
Hewetson, Michael,
London. Printed for Randal Taylor ...,. 1689.. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

A letter out of Suffolk to a friend in London: giving some account of the last sickness and death of Dr. VVilliam Sancroft late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury.
Wagstaffe, Thomas,
London. [s.n.],. 1694. [2], 5-39 p..

¬A¬ letter out of the country: to the clergy in and about the city of London
[London]. [1692?]. 8 S..

A letter out of the country to a member of this present Parliament: occasioned by a late letter to a member of the House of Commons, concerning the bishops lately in the Tower and now under suspension.
Maurice, Henry,
London. Printed for Awnsham Churchill ...,. 1689.. [2], 20 p..

A letter out of the country, to a member of this present Parliament: occasioned by a late letter to a member of the House of Commons, concerning the bishops lately in the Tower, and now under suspension.
Maurice, Henry,
London, . Printed for A Churchill,. 1689.. 20 p..

A letter presented to his excellency General Monck, by a citizen, at his coming into London, Feb. 3. 1659
London . printed for H.B .

A Letter regarding section 245(i) of the Immigration and Nationality Act: communication from the President of the United States transmitting a letter in support of legislation to extend the window created under section 245(i) of the Immigration and Nationality Act during which qualified immigrants may obtain legal residence in the United States without being forced to first leave the country and their families for several years.
Bush, George W.
Washington. U.S. G.P.O.,. 2001.. 1 p. ;.

A letter relating to a medium of trade, in the province of the Massachusetts-Bay
Boston,. Printed at the new printing-office, opposite to the south east corner of the Town House.,. MDCCXL. [1740]. 16 p. ;.

A letter relating to the divisions in the First Church of Salem
Prescott, Benjamin,
Boston:. Printed by T. Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill; where may be had the Platform of church-discipline, and New-England's lamentations, with other things relating to church-government, &c.,. [1734]. 15, [1] p. ;.

¬A¬ letter respecting an act for continuing several duties
London. Whitlock. 1696. 1 S..

¬A¬ letter sent by a gentleman of England, to his frende, contayning a confutacion of a French mans errors, in the report of the myraculous starre nowe shyninge
London. [Marshe]. 1573. 17 S..

¬A¬ Letter sent by his Highness the Bishop & Prince of Munster to the Lords the States General of the United Netherlands
Christoph Bernhard <Münster, Bischof>
Facs. of the ed. Oxford 1665. [St. Peter Port]. Toucan. 1985.
ISBN 0-85694-323-1

A letter sent by Mr. Henry Iarmin, now resident in Paris, to Mr. VVilliam Murrey, of His Majesties bed-chamber: as it was intercepted at sea by Captaine James Morgan, captaine of the good ship, called the Mary-Rose of Bristoll : wherein iexpressed the full and reall intentions of the said Mr. Iarmin, and the other English fugitives in France, against the proceedings of the honourable, the high Court of Parliament here in England.
St. Albans, Henry Jermyn,
London. Printed for James Jobson,. Ian. 26, 1643.. [8] p..

¬A¬ letter sent by order of both Houses ... to the high sheriffe
London. Franke. 1642.

¬A¬ letter sent by the Emperor of Morocco and King of Fez to His Majesty of Great Britain, and delivered by his embassador in January, 1681
London. Printed for H. Jones. 1682. 1 sheet([2] p.).

A letter sent by the Grand Visier to the Duke of Lorrain, in his camp at Zaluock, on the eighteenth of September, 1687: in which he earnestly entreats for peace.
London printed. s.n.,. 1687.. 1 sheet ([2] p.).

A letter sent from ...
Parker, John
London. Banks u.a.. 1642.

A letter sent from a gentleman in Oxford, to his friend in London: concerning the iustice of the King's cause, and the unequall proceedings of those against him, who are now found to be the enemies of our peace and happinesse : or a shortharacter of the actions of our new state-reformers, in which the seduced people may see to whom to impute the beginning of these miserable distractions, and the continuance thereof.
Gentleman in Oxford.
[Oxford. s.n.],. 1646.. [2], 6 p..

¬A¬ letter sent from a private gentleman: to a friend in London
[Oxford]. Webb. 1642. 8 S..

¬A¬ letter sent from a private gentleman to a friend in London
[Anr. ed.]. [London]. V. N.. 1642.

¬A¬ letter sent from a worthy divine, to the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor of the city of London
London. Wood. 1642.

A letter sent from a worthy divine to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor of the city of London: being a true relation of the battaile fought betweene His Majesty and His Excellence the Earle of Essex : from Warwicke castle the 24 of October 1642, at two a clock in the morning : together with a prayer for the happy uniting of the Kind and Parliament, fit to be used by all good Christians daily in their houses
Byfield, Adoniram,
London. ... Printed for Robert Wood,. Octob. 27, 1642. 8 p.

A letter sent from both Houses of Parliament to His Excellence the Earle of Essex lord generall of the army for the King and Parliament: also certain articles which passed between the King and both Houses : with the resolution and protestation of the county of Yorke and Lincolne to stand for the King and Parliament to maintain the true Protestant religion
[London]. Printed for Joh. Franc.,. Octob. 11, 1642. [8] p.

A letter sent from his excellency Generall Blake to the King of Denmark touching the Dutch fleet now in the sound
London . Printed for D.G. 1652.

A letter sent from Lieutenant Generall Cromwel to the Marquis of Argyle and Generall Lesley and his protestation concerning the Scottish forces under the command of Gen. Monro: and the marching of the English army into that kingdom under e conduct of the said Lieuten. Generall Cromwel and Colonell Generall Lambert : also the resolution of the said Gen. Monro touching Lieut. Gen. Cromwels entring into Scotland and a great victory obtained by him, and the number killed and taken prisoners : likewise the declaration of the said Lieut. Generall Cromwell to his army and his directions to every colonell concerning their proceedings against Monro
Cromwell, Oliver,
[London]. Printed for C.VV. ...,. 1648.. [2], 6 p..

A letter sent from Mr. Sergeant Wilde and Humphrey Salwey, Esq., both members of the House of Commons, to the Honorable William Lentall, Esquior, speaker of the House of Commons: concerning divers passages at the quarter sessions in Worchter, about the execution of the commission of array, and the ordinance of the militia : at which sessions was the greatest assembly that hath been seen for many yeers past : together with the humble petition of the grand-jury-men of that sessions to the knights and justices of that county, wherein it appears they are well satisfied of the illegality of the commission of array, with their desires of the speedy execution of the militia, by them who are intrusted therewith.
Wilde, John, ; Salwey, Humphrey,
London. Printed by Luke Norton and John Field, for Edward Husbands and Iohn Franck,. July 18, 1642.. 7 p..

A letter sent from one Mr. Parker a gentleman, dwelling at upper Wallop in Hampshire, to his friend a gentleman in London: wherein is related some remarkable passages there, as of a battell fought betweene the inhabitauts [sic] of the county, and of the cavaliers, about the settle ment of the militia, and commission of array. August 14. Also a speech as it was delivered word for word by the major of Southhamton to the high sheriffe and gentlemen of the said county concerning the militia; declaring his resolution, and his encouragement to the inhabitants to stand for the defence of true religion, the Kings prerogative, and priviledges of Parliament. Also a relation of a robbery committed by the cavalieres, and how they robbed two gentlemen of good quality within three miles of VVinchester, and tooke from them about fourescore pounds in gold and tenne pounds in silver, and how at last they were taken at a place cald Runsey, and sent to Winchester Iayle where they lye in expe....
Parker, John
Printed at London. for Tho. Banks,and William Ley. 1642. Online-Ressource.

¬A¬ letter sent from the Lords of the Councell in Ireland
London. Paine. 1641[2].

¬A¬ letter sent from the provost vicechancellour of Oxford
Pinke, Robert
London. Husbands u.a.. 1642.

A letter sent from the Provost Vice-Chancellour of Oxford, to ... the Earle of Pembrooke Lord Chancellour of Oxford [requesting protection for the University]: Together with His Lordships answer to the said letter ... September 13. 1642.
Pinck, Robert, ; Pembroke, Philip Herbert,
London. Printed by L.N. for E. Husbands and J. Franck,. [1642]. 7 p..

A letter sent from the Provost Vice Chancellour of Oxford to the Right Honourable the Earle of Pembroke Lord Chancellour of Oxford: together with His Lordships ansvver to the said letter
Pinck, Robert, ; Pembroke, Philip Herbert,
... London. Printed by L. N. for E. Husbands and J. Franck ... ,. September 13, 1642. [2], 7 [i.e. 5] p.

A letter sent out of Ireland: to one Mr. Bell a merchant at this time living in St. Thomas Apostles : being a true relation of the present estate of Ireland as it now stands under the present persecution of the papists : also their carria towards Dublin an their cruell and most ty [sic] tyrnnicall buring of Armath : sent over by a gentleman from Ireland unto a worthy merchant of this citie in a letter : the which letter was openly read on Friday last upon the Royall Exchange in London, and the contents confirmed by a gentleman who but lately arrived from Ireland and was spectator of most of those bloody and tragicall proceedings.
Farmer, Jacob,
London. Printed for Iohn Smith,. 1642.. [7] p..

¬A¬ letter sent out of Ireland from the Right Honorable Earle of Ormond and Ossory, to his much honored uncle, Sr. Robert Poyntz: shewing the true estate of the kingdome of Ireland at this present time, and delivered to his uncle here, the 21, of Iune, 1642
Ormonde, James Butler
London. Printed for Thomas Whitaker. [1642]. 1 sheet([1] p.).

¬A¬ letter sent out of Ireland, to one Mr. Bell
Farmer, Jacob
London. Smith. 1642.

A letter sent to a worthy member of the House of Commons: concerning the Lord Shandois coming to Cisseter to execute the Commission of array.
Giffard, John.
London. Printed by L.N. and I.F. for Edward Husbands and John Franck ...,. August 22, 1642.. 7 p..

¬A¬ letter sent to His Majestie, from the lords justices, and councell in Ireland, April 23. 1642
London. Bill. 1642.

A letter sent to Mr. Speaker, from the commissioners in the county of Essex, concerning the militia: together with a relation of diverse passages in Ireland, sent over in a letter.
Barrington, Thomas, ; Brookhaven, John.
London. Printed for Joseph Hunscott,. 1642.. [2], 6 p..

A letter sent to the Hono[ra]ble William Lenthal Esq.: speaker of the Honorable House of Commons : concerning Sir Thomas Fairfax's rovting of the enemy in the West, neer Bodman, March 8, 1645 : together with the Lord Hoptons answer to Sir Thomas Fairfax's summons.
Rushworth, John,
London. Printed for Edw. Husband ... and are to be sold at his shop ...,. March 12, 1645 [1646]. 8 p..

A letter sent to the Honourable George Lord Digby in Flushing from a worthy gentleman in Windsor, January the 4. 1641: together with the true copy of a letter sent from Sir John Byron, Lieutenant of the Tower, to the House of Commons concerning divers matters of great note and consequence
London. R. J.. 1641. 5 S..

A letter sent to the King from M.F.: here is also thereunto annexed a paper written unto the magistrates in 1664, which was then printed, and should have been dispersed, but was prevented by wicked hands
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell,
[London. s.n.,. 1666]. 8 p.

A letter shewing how to reconcile the churches of England and Rome, by introducing the Pretender. Found amongst the papers of an Irish popish priest, who was apprehended upon the late proclamation to disarm papists, &c. in Ireland
London. printed for J. Roberts. 1714. 24p..

¬A¬ letter, stating the connection which Presbyterians, dissenters, and Catholics had with the recent event, which has agitated, and still agitates, the British Empire
6. ed.. Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 17x. Irish pamphlets ; 77..

A letter supposed to have been abstracted from the office of the Oroville and Virginia City Railroad Co., at Quincy, by Gear and Cornell, of counsel.
Haymond, Creed,
[Quincy? . 1869]. 15 p..

A letter that has not been read: dreams in the Hebrew Bible
Bar, Shaul
Cincinnati. Hebrew Union College Press. 2001. XII, 257 S.. Monographs of the Hebrew Union College ; 25.
ISBN 0-87820-424-5 alk. paper

A letter to Aaron Burr, vice-president of the United States, on the barbarous origin, the criminal nature and the baneful effects of duels: occasioned by his late fatal interview with the deceased and much lamented General Alexander Hamilton
New York. Printed for the author, and sold by John Low, William Barlas, and John Reid,. 1804.. 32 p. ;.

A letter to a bishop, concerning some important discoveries in philosophy and theology: Some thoughts concerning religion, natural and revealed, and the manner of understanding revelation: ..
Forbes, Duncan
[The third edition]. London. printed by Henry Woodfall. Sold by H. Whitridge; J. Oswald; J. Buckland; E. Withers; and G. Woodfall. 1747. [2],47,[1];132p.

A Letter to a Bishop concerning the present settlement and the new oaths.
Comber, Thomas, ; Gee, Edward,
London. Printed for Robert Clavel ...,. 1689.. [4], 36 p. ;.

A letter to a bishop occasioned by the late petition to Parliament for relief in the matter of subscription.
Sturges, John,
London. Printed for J. Wilkie ...,. 1773.. 84 p. ;.

A letter to a certain distinguished patriot, and most applauded orator [i.e. Thomas Potter],: on the publication of his celebrated speech on the Seaford petition in the magazines; with suitable remarks on the performer and the performance; together with a clear detection of the cause of its present publication ...
Walpole, Horatio Walpole,
London. J. Roberts,. 1748.. 51 p..

A letter to a certain distinguished patriot, and most applauded orator, on the publication of his celebrated speech on the Seaford petition in the magazines; ...
London. printed for J. Roberts,. 1748..

A letter to a certain eminent British sailor [Admiral Edward Vernon],: occasion'd by his Specimen of naked truth.
London. M. Moore,. 1746.. 32 p..

¬A¬ letter to Achitophel Boutefeu, Esq; concerning the education of his two sons, Harry and William
Troublewater, Shimei
London. printed for J. Peele. 1732. 29,[1]p.

¬A¬ letter to a citizen of London, from his friend in the country
London. 1689. 7 S..

A Letter to a clergyman,: in the colony of Connecticut, from his friend. In which, the true notion of orthodoxy is enquired into; and some thoughts are suggested concerning publick tests of orthodoxy, and the mischievous effects of setting up false tests thereof.
New-Haven: . Printed by James Parker, and Company,. 1757.. 24 p..

¬A¬ Letter to a Clergyman, evincing the necessity and vindicating the Method of instructing poor and ignorant people to read the holy scriptures in their native language and of catechetically teaching them the principles of religion, in circulating Charity-Schools, attempted of late in some partsof Wales
Lond.. 1745.

A letter to a clergyman, in the colony of Connecticut, from his friend.: In which, the true notion of orthodoxy is enquired into; and some thoughts are suggested concerning publick tests of orthodoxy, and the mischievous effects of setting up false tests thereof
Catholicus. ; Bellamy, Joseph,
New-Haven:. Printed by James Parker, and Company,. MDCCLVII. [1757]. 24 p. ;.

A letter to a clergyman, relating to his sermon on the 30th of January: being a complete answer to all the sermons that ever have been, or ever shall be, preached, in the like strain, on that anniversary.---And giving, also, a very particular history of that unfortunate Prince, Charles I.
Coade, G. ; Hoadly, Benjamin,
New-York:. Printed by Hodge and Shober, for Daniel Goldsmith.,. M.DCC.LXXIII. [1773]. viii, [1], 10-72 p. ;.

A letter to a countrey-gentleman, setting forth the cause of the decay and ruin of trade: to which is annexed a list of the names of some gentlemen who were members of the last Parliament, and now are (or lately were) in publick employmen.
G. W.
London. Printed, and are to be sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster,. 1698.. [2], 22 p..

¬A¬ letter to Adam Smith: on the life, death, and philosophy of his friend David Hume
Horne, George ; Smith, Adam ¬[Adressat]¬
New York [u.a.]. Pergamon Pr.. 1983. 1 Mikrofiche. Pergamon history of economics series ; 1010.

A letter to Adam Smith and apology for the life and writings of David Hume, Esq.
Horne, George
London. Routledge [u.a.],. 1994..

A letter to a deist; or, a discourse upon the nature of man, his state in this life, his death, and what he is immediately after death: ...
London. printed for J. Wilford. 1734. 36p..

A Letter to a dissenter: concerning the necessity of frequent parliaments in England, for correcting of erroneous judgments in Westminster-hall.
[London. s.n.],. Printed in the Year 1689.. 31 p..

A letter to a Dissenter from his friend at the Hague: concerning the penal laws and the test; shevving that the popular plea for liberty of conscience is not cencerned in that question.
Defoe, Daniel, ; Verdraeght, Hans.
[Tot de Hague [i.e. London]. gedruckt door Hans Verdraeght,. 1688]. 4 p. ;.

A letter to a dissenter from his friend at the Hague: concerning the penal laws and the test, shewing that the popular plea for liberty of conscience is not concerned in that question.
Friend at the Hague.
Tot de Hague. Gedrunckt door Hans Verdraeght,. 1688.. 4 p..

¬A¬ letter to a dissenting minister, containing remarks on the late act for the relief of his Majesty's subjects professing the popish religion; with some strictures on the appeal from the Protestant Association to the people of Great Britain. ... By a lay dissenter
Stevenson, John
London. printed for W. Nicoll. 1780. [4],28p..

A letter to Adolf Hitler
Golding, Louis
London. 1932. Hogarth letters ; 11.

¬A¬ letter to a friend: concerning credit
London. Bell. 1697. 8 S..